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October 8, 2020

Maryland Fishing Report: Fall Trout Stocking Has Begun; Striped Bass Still Biting

October 7, 2020 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources George Monk Jr. managed to enjoy a great day of fishing for blue catfish and is all smiles as he holds up a whopper. Photo courtesy of George Monk Jr. There is a lot of exciting news this week for... Read more →

Rutgers Board of Governors Approves Revised University Budget

The $4.45 billion budget reflects sharp decline in revenues due to pandemic, despite restored state aid (October 7, 2020)--The Rutgers University Board of Governors today adopted a revised $4.45 billion budget that adjusts for restored proposed cuts in state support, an unprecedented collapse of dining, housing and other revenues related to... Read more →

How to replace and install new kitchen sink – Complete guide

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 8, 2020)--Kitchen sinks are your forever helpers to keep your kitchen clean by sparkling bowls and platters. They add a visual character to the kitchen with a bright faucet and shiny sink on a smooth countertop. You must not compromise over sink appearance and functionality to undermine kitchen outlooks. These... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Think Twice Before Voting for Legalized Pot

by New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Later this year, NJ voters will be asked to cast their vote on a constitutional amendment that would legalize recreational marijuana in our state for people 21 and older. This is a significant issue that most assuredly will impact public safety and... Read more →

How Do You Write a Co-Parenting Plan With a Narcissist?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Oct. 8, 2020)--Co-parenting is difficult, and it requires a significant amount of sacrifice on the part of both parents. Unfortunately, if your ex-spouse is a narcissist, it may feel like co-parenting is impossible. However, there are ways you can set boundaries in order to support your children and develop a co-parenting... Read more →

Americans report 168k imposter scam cases

amounting to $300m in losses YTD According to data extracted and analyzed by Atlas VPN, the United States residents reported 168,818 imposter scam cases amounting to $299.9 million in losses in the first half of 2020 with a median loss of $694. That is more than two times less than in... Read more →

NJ Hall of Fame Virtual Induction Ceremony!

This one-hour, virtual televised ceremony honors 29 of New Jersey’s most distinguished citizens as they are officially inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, the highest civilian honor bestowed by our state! The event will showcase all of our inductees with seven featured inductions, and will be distributed through multiple... Read more →


(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Oct. 8, 2020)--In times past, industrial hemp was considered as America’s number one cash crop before its importance diminished. However, we are now witnessing its comeback into the mainstream. It is almost impossible to discuss the economic evolution of the United States without mentioning the influence of industrial hemp. Back in... Read more →

PA auditor criticizes COVID-19-mandated closure waiver request process

'Significant confusion': By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – More than 500 Pennsylvania businesses that appealed Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to close amid the COVID-19 pandemic received decisions from the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development (DCED) that later changed. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale called the... Read more →

Virtua Health offers Halloween and ‘Day of the Dead’ Safety Tips

(MARLTON, N.J.) Many typical Halloween activities are too risky during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But with some creative planning, kids and adults can still enjoy the holiday safely, according to experts from Virtua Health. The same is true for Día de los Muertos or “Day of the Dead,” observed from Oct.... Read more →

New Jersey's Fiscal Health Earns F; Would Need $189.6 billion to pay all bills

The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey would need $189.6 billion to pay all of its bills, including public employers’ pension benefits, according to a new ranking of the states’ fiscal health based on pre-pandemic data. Gloucestercitynews.net files New Jersey ranked last among the 50 states on fiscal health,... Read more →

Billionaire Soros Funding LA Prosecutor Candidate who Pledges to Lock up Less Criminals

Leftwing billionaire George Soros, photo, just donated $1.5 million to help the nation’s most populous county elect a Black Lives Matter-endorsed prosecutor who promises to lock up fewer criminals. The sizable contribution to former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon’s campaign for Los Angeles District Attorney is part of a broader... Read more →

Replays Of Penn Athletics Events To Air on NBC Sports Philadelphia

image source Penn Athletics PHILADELPHIA (October 8, 2020)--– Penn Athletics partner with NBC Sports Philadelphia this fall to broadcast previously aired contests. The games will appear on NBC Sports Philadelphia Plus at 8 p.m. each Wednesday starting, October 7. The two parties have worked together for the past four years to... Read more →

How to choose daycare in Ditmas park

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Oct. 8, 2020)--You may have already heard about such kinds of daycare services. There are thousands of opinions concerning whether it’s correct to enlist your children to such a facility or not. Indeed, there are far more benefits of such a decision. Daycare Ditmas park brings together an exclusive service with... Read more →

Why Can Online Spot Loans Solve Your Financial Problems?

(Gloucestercitynews. net)(Oct. 8, 2020)--Fast online spot loans are a way to get a loan without going to a bank. Let's imagine a situation: there are only a few days left until the paycheck, and you have absolutely no money. It is quite embarrassing and inconvenient to ask friends and relatives for... Read more →


Veronica Alferez Emily Kopchick Erin Quay GLASSBORO, NJ – Seniors Veronica Alferez and Emily Kopchick and junior Erin Quay have been named captains for the 2020-21 Rowan University women’s swimming and diving team. “Different leadership strengths are needed for a program to cultivate great team culture and success and our captains... Read more →

NJ VOTING PROBLEMS CONTINUE: 7,000 Teaneck Voters Receive Incorrect Ballot

TEANECK, NJ (October 8, 2020)--Bergen County Clerk John Hogan said out of 28,151 ballots mailed to registered Teaneck voters, more than a quarter of them — 6,867 voters — had received an incorrect ballot due to the "programming error by the mail house." Hogan told nj1015.com that because his staff of... Read more →