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October 13, 2020

Travel Advisory: Walt Whitman Bridge Overnight Closure

WALT WHITMAN BRIDGE SCHEDULED TO CLOSE BETWEEN 11 P.M. AND 4 A.M. ON OCTOBER 13 AND 14 Closure Required For Overhead Sign Gantry Installation The Walt Whitman Bridge is scheduled to close to all traffic for approximately five hours overnight beginning at 11 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. The closure... Read more →

NJ Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

This Sunday, our virtual televised ceremony will honor 27 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... Read more →

MVC NEWS: Eatontown Licensing/Regional Center Closed Until Saturday, October 24

TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) has announced that, effective immediately, the Eatontown Licensing/Regional Center will be closed until Saturday, October 24, due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19. Eatontown Road Test Operations are in a separate facility and will remain open for appointments. Eatontown Inspection Station... Read more →

New Tools, Techniques are Revolutionizing Breast Cancer Surgery at Virtua Health

Advances improve outcomes and reduce psychological impact (MARLTON, N.J.) Over the past year, breast cancer surgery has gotten a makeover, thanks to several new technologies. As a result, patients are facing fewer repeat surgeries, better cosmetic outcomes, and less stress both during and after treatment. South Jersey’s largest health system, Virtua... Read more →

Knights of Columbus Council #7429 Annual Miniature Golf Tournament

Berlin, NJ – On Saturday, September 19, 2020 Archangel sponsored the 17th annual Miniature Golf Tournament at the beautiful (outdoors and socially distant) Pleasant Valley Miniature Golf Course on Route 73 in Voorhees, NJ. Over 55 total attendees that day enjoyed a great day of food, prizes, silent auction items and... Read more →

Saved Dogs and Their Grateful Families, Airs Weekly on Saturdays

From the Creator & Star of CHEATERS, Tommy Habeeb, “To The Rescue”: TV producer Tommy Habeeb and one of the dogs needing a “fur-ever” home featured on his new show (NAPSI)—The heartwarming stories of abandoned dogs and the grateful families who save them are documented in the half-hour weekly syndicated docu-series... Read more →

NJBIA New HR Support Center

To bring maximum benefit to its members, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association has launched a new, comprehensive HR Support Center platform that provides employers with a host of time-saving tools and resources, the most up-to-date HR information, and live professional consultations seven days a week. “The world of HR... Read more →

Is There a Minimum Personal Injury Settlement Amount?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 13, 2020)--If you are injured in an accident due to the negligence or carelessness of another party, you may be wondering if you are eligible for compensation for your injuries. You also may wonder how much a personal injury settlement may be worth, especially if your injuries are severe and... Read more →

Bishop Dennis Sullivan: The Right to Life Should Be Our Concern

Recently, on the occasion of my 49th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood, one of my brother priests gifted me a lovely framed card on which are found these words: LIFE IS NO LESS BEAUTIFUL WHEN IT IS ACCOMPANIED BY ILLNESS OR WEAKNESS, HUNGER OR POVERTY, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL DISEASES, LONELINESS... Read more →

Chiropractic care for alleviating pain and stress symptoms works like magic

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 13, 2020)--There is a common misconception that chiropractic care is just for back and neck pain. Well, you should think again, since chiropractic therapy has more advantages than the ones advertised. This mode of treatment can benefit you in more ways than you could have ever envisioned. The added benefits... Read more →

St. Mary Family Caregiver Center

PHILADELPHIA, PA--Senior citizens and caregivers in Bucks County and the surrounding area who are in need of aging-in-place resources and services are receiving a boost thanks to a partnership between Catholic Housing and Community Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHCS) and St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne. The newly launched... Read more →


Three teams have moved from favorites to underdogs in Week 6 games, showing changing perceptions, according to TheLines (LAS VEGAS) — The NFL gave bettors a reminder in Week 5 that there is no such thing as a sure thing. Two stunning upsets Sunday involving the last two Super Bowl participants... Read more →

Symphony Space and Jane Curtain Launch "This Is New York"

Jane in conversation with quintessential New Yorkers about the pivotal role the city plays in their lives New York, NY – Symphony Space is teaming up with the brilliantly hilarious, boundlessly curious, and occasionally outspoken actress Jane Curtin for a new interview series, This Is New York. The series features Jane... Read more →

VIDEO: Only Thing Missing is the Toll Taker

Somewhere deep in the woods of Pennsylvania there is a wooden bridge that is used by every animal you can imagine to cross a small stream. Take a few minutes and watch, it is fascinating how of the animals don't like getting their paws/feet wet, even ducks. The video, taken over... Read more →

CNB Hunting Maryland: Nuisance Wildlife

Encountering wild animals usually fills people with excitement and wonder. However, there are times when being face-to-face with nature poses a new set of problems. Below, we have provided links to information on how to deal with nuisance wildlife and sick, injured or orphaned wildlife. To report nuisance, injured or sick... Read more →

An Inpatient Rehab in Washington

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 13, 2020)--Inpatient Rehab Washington State offers intensive treatment through a group and an understanding community that clients can't get from their hometown environment. It also enables the clients that have successfully completed an inpatient rehab treatment to keep their drug rehab program going while seeking a job, housing and slowly... Read more →

Join Parking Lot Theaters and King of Prussia Mall

Join Parking Lot Theaters and King of Prussia Mall this Halloween for our 1st Annual Parking Lot Horrors, a Haunted Drive-Thru Cinema Experience, featuring all the Top Gloucestercitynews.net files Movies you love and a Parking Lot full of Ghouls, Zombies and Things that go Bump in the Night. This is a... Read more →

Dentist in East Rutherford - Choosing the Right Dentist for the Modern Family

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 13, 2020)--Just like you would not want any old mechanic to repair your Bentley, nor should you go for any dentist to take care of your pearly whites. Your smile speaks volumes about you and maintaining it on the top form must be a priority for everyone. However, how can... Read more →

CNB Hunting Maryland: Hunters Harvest 77,000 Deer during 2018-2019 Season

February 15, 2019 Sunday Hunting Accounts for More than Ten Percent of Total Harvest Photo by John Gambriel The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reported today that deer hunters harvested 77,382 deer during the combined archery, firearms and muzzleloader seasons, from Sept. 7, 2018, through Jan. 31, 2019. The statewide harvest... Read more →

All you Need to Know About 1xBet

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 13, 2020)--1Xbet is an online betting or gambling operator. It offers online betting games to betters around the world and its sportsbook offers a very wide range of events numbering several hundred. Betters can place bets on a wide variety of sports and games ranging from popular team games like... Read more →

The U.S. Justice Department May Have Violated AG Barr's Own Policy Memo

In a memo from May, the attorney general reminded Justice Dept. prosecutors to avoid partisan politics. Then a U.S. attorney in Pennsylvania announced an election investigation that had partisan overtones. by Robert Faturechi and Justin Elliott Oct. 6, 5 a.m. EDT U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Sept. 23 in Washington.... Read more →