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November 12, 2020

Holiday Treats: 5 Best Holiday Desserts That You Should Try Now

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Nov. 12, 2020)--It’s the holiday season! It’s the season of giving and receiving, a season of eternal joy and celebration, and, of course, a time of sincere thanksgiving. It is that time of the year where we put our best foot forward to prepare the best celebration yet. Are you excited... Read more →

New Jersey Elections officials: Contractor hired to provide basic voter details did faulty work

As the election neared, complaints against vendor piled up, officials said JEFF PILLETS | NOVEMBER 12, 2020 | NJ DECIDES 2020, POLITICS Editor’s Note: This coverage is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. The article is available for reprint under the terms... Read more →

The huge secret for profitable investment: Fry’s investment report

Investment is a colossal risk with the expectation of earning big. Today financial knowledge is generously distributed by so-called experienced investors. All to lure traders and investors into cashing in money in stock markets with a promise of huge profits. It’s challenging settling for all the experts’ ideas without the knowledge... Read more →

The role of physiotherapy in solving joint discomforts

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Nov. 12, 2020)--Joints pains and arthritis are often associated with old age. However, it is not the case every time. When there is pain, it is a sign that your body requires help. It is not to do with age or any other factor. It is merely a physical condition that... Read more →

Enjoying the Great Outdoors in Maryland

Maryland Fishing Report – Nov. 11 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Young Fhinn Zeender-Lawrence holds up a beautiful chain pickerel caught on the lower Eastern Shore last weekend while fishing with his dad. Photo by Nathan Zeender On this Veterans Day, let us all take a pause to... Read more →

Guest Opinion: "Socialist” Millennial/Zoomers Defeated Donald Trump…

(If He Stays Defeated) and the Corporate Democrats Had Best Back Them By Prof. Harvey Wasserman As Trump continues to deny his defeat and to attack the geriatric leadership of the corporate Democratic Party, the real credit goes to tens of millions of young Millennial/Zoomers who voted with 60%-plus margins to... Read more →

Camden County Hosts a Virtual Veterans Day Ceremony

Camden County partnered with Jefferson Health NJ to create a virtual Veterans Day Ceremony to honor Camden County Veterans. The pre-recorded program was designed to thank our Veterans and give them the proper appreciation despite social distancing and the coronavirus pandemic. To watch the Veterans Day Virtual ceremony, click here. Virtual... Read more →

FBI Case Study: Sextortion

Case Highlights Growing Online Crime with Devastating Real-Life Consequences The doors were locked, the alarm system was on, and the 13-year-old girl never left her room. But a child predator was able to reach her simply because she was tricked into connecting with him online. The link between Presley (her name... Read more →

South Plainfield and Wayne MVC Centers Closed

Appointment-Only Service Resumes Today, Nov. 13 TRENTON – The South Plainfield and Wayne Licensing Centers have been closed for cleaning today and both Centers will reopen tomorrow, November 13, for appointment-only service, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has announced. The MVC has confirmed that, at each location, a Saturday-only employee... Read more →

Focus NJ Releases New Future of Work Industry Study 

Focus NJ today released the second part of its Future of Work in NJ series, identifying the changing dynamics, opportunities, challenges, emerging skill sets and solutions to fulfill future employment in Education, Professional & Business Services and Trade, Transportation & Utilities. "The Future of Work in NJ: Industry Series Study" is... Read more →

VIRTUA HEALTH News: A Heavy Smoker Takes Control of her Health

with Annual Screenings and by Quitting the Habit How a Smoking Habit Starts: When Diana Matthews entered high school as a freshman in 1977, there was a designated student smoking area called the smoking lab—just an ordinary lavatory that had been assigned by the school as a smoking area for students.... Read more →

NJ Students Named to New York Tech Presidential Honor List

OLD WESTBURY, NY (11/11/2020)-- Local college students were among the more than 1,500 New York Institute of Technology students named to the university's Spring 2020 Presidential Honor List. To qualify for the Presidential Honor List, a student must achieve a minimum semester GPA of 3.7 and complete at least 12 credit... Read more →

Dead Humpback Whale Stuck in Mud Between Sea Isle and Avalon

One Whale of a Problem in Sea Isle, Avalon MediaWizeNovember 8, 2020 By MADDY VITALE/SomersPoint.com A dead and decaying 30-foot, two-ton humpback whale stuck in the mud between Sea Isle City and Avalon in Townsends Inlet isn’t moving anywhere anytime soon, but eventually the removal of the carcass will be someone... Read more →

CNB Business: Award-Winning New Jersey Accounting and Consulting Firm Baratz & Associates Expands

by Merging In Pennsylvania’s Robin, Kramer & Green Marlton, New Jersey— Baratz & Associates, P.A., a leading Delaware Valley accounting and consulting firm founded nearly 40 years ago, is expanding its operations and geographic reach by merging in Robin, Kramer & Green, L.L.P. (RKG), a full-service accounting firm based in Fort... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: An Iraq War veteran continues aviation career in Coast Guard

A Call to Service: HONOLULU, HI, UNITED STATES 03.12.2020 Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew West U.S. Coast Guard District 14 Hawaii Pacific Fireman Lonnie Taber receives flight coveralls from Lt. Cmdr. Donald Stiker, the Coast Guard Cutter Kimball's (WMSL 756) engineer officer, on the cutter's mess deck, March 12,... Read more →