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November 19, 2020

Attorney's for Trump Announce Lawsuit Filing on Friday in Georgia

(CNBNews)(November 19, 2020)--Rudy Giuliani, a campaign attorney for President Donald Trump, announced at a press conference today that a Gloucestercitynews.net files lawsuit challenging election results will be filed in Georgia tomorrow, Friday. “We’re about to file a major lawsuit in Georgia,” Giuliani. The lawsuit will include voter fraud allegations, among other charges, according to The Epoch Times . Guiliana said, “In the city of Atlanta, Republicans were not allowed to watch the absentee mail-in ballot process. Inspections completely cast aside. And we have numerous double voters, we have numerous out-of-state voters, and we have specific evidence of intimidation and changes of vote. That will all be in the lawsuit that comes out tomorrow.” Georgia election workers have spent days doing a recount on the order... Read more →

Albert J. Williams, Sr., of Gloucester City formerly of Sewell, age 69

On November 17, 2020. Age 69. Of Gloucester City. Formerly of Sewell. Predeceased by his beloved wife, Deborah M. Williams (nee Cristino). Survived by his children, Albert J. Williams, Jr. and Adrienne Turchi (Christopher); his grandchildren, Samantha, Alexis and Jessica; his mother, Patricia Williams; his siblings Patricia, Bruce, MaryJo, Johnny and Jennifer and his dear friend, Margaret Sorbello. Al worked many years in furniture sales and service and operated his own business, AJ’s Furniture Outlet. Relatives and friends are invited to his graveside service on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 11 AM in Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to Msgr. Lucitt’s Needy Children’s Christmas Fund, PO Box 87, Gloucester City, NJ 08030. Please memo, Albert J. Williams, Sr. Condolences... Read more →

Encore Presentation of the Arts in Education Showcase, Thursday at 7

Link to Presentation The showcase, produced in partnership with the N.J. Governor’s Awards in Arts Education, Arts Ed NJ and NJ School Boards Association features virtual student performances. Tune into this heartwarming and inspirational production that was created exclusively for NJSBA's Workshop 2020. The showcase highlights the NEED for Arts Education NOW MORE THAN EVER. The showcase includes commentary from the arts educators and virtual performances from students at the following schools: Belleville High School Paramus High School Livingston High School Hoboken Middle School Cicely Tyson School of Performing and Fine Arts Bergenfield High School Bridgewater Raritan High School Brooklake Elementary School Donald M. Payne Sr. School of Technology Churchill Junior High School, East Brunswick Public School District Hightstown High School Roxbury High School Clifton... Read more →

What Experts Recommend for Choosing the Best Air Conditioner Contractor 

(November 19, 2020)--Air conditioning is a basic necessity, given how predictable the weather can be. However, it also significantly drives up your utility bill. It is estimated that about 42% of your annual utility bill is from heating and cooling your home. This is why you must take your time when choosing an air conditioner contractor. A mistake during installation or repair can make your air conditioning less efficient. In addition to the extra bill, you may also have to fork out more cash for the frequent breakdowns. So, how do you select the best air contractor? Keep reading to find out how to make this vital decision. Do Your Homework It is good practice to research before you do anything. Do twice as much... Read more →

I-295/Route 130 northbound lane closures tonight

Bridge deck resurfacing project nears completion in Gloucester County One lane of traffic will be maintained overnight (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane closures on the I-295/Route 130 northbound Bridge over Mantua Creek as the UHPC Overlay pilot project nears completion in West Deptford, Gloucester County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Thursday, November 19, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, November 20, NJDOT’s Contractor,Agate Construction Co., Inc., is scheduled to close the two right lanes on the I-295/Route 130 northbound Bridge over Mantua Creek. This closure will allow the contractor to complete concrete repairs on the bridge. One lane of northbound traffic will be maintained overnight. The on-ramp from South Delaware Street to I-295/Route 130 northbound also will be... Read more →

PET ADOPTION: Meet Cherry, Laborador, Female

Meet Cherry! An owner surrender, this adorable yellow lab girl is super sweet and high energy. She would do best in an active home. Interested in adopting Cherry? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org today to fill out an application. More about Cherry Up-to-date with vaccinations Available date: 10/28/2020 Birthdate: 5/2/2019 (not exact) High energy level Available for Adoption Matawan, NJ Organization Contact Info: Husky House 391 Rt 34 Matawan, NJ 07747 Huskyhouseinc@gmail.com http://huskyhouse.org Read more →

Windy,Cold in Maryland but Fish Still Biting

Maryland Fishing Report – Nov. 18 by Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources Photo by Eric Packard The recent cold front that has descended on Maryland seems like a knock on the door for what is coming. There are still plenty of wonderful fishing opportunities to be had — always be safe and make sure to wear a personal flotation device (PFD) while out on the water. Forecast Summary: Nov. 18 – 24: Expect a windy week, with a slight warming period through Sunday, then cooling conditions for the rest of the week. Surface water temperatures continue to drop as a result of cooling air and fewer daylight hours. Daytime bay water temperatures are holding in the upper 50s. Most fish including striped bass... Read more →

Samaritan Hosts Virtual Tree of Life Ceremony

to Remember and Honor Loved Ones This Holiday Season Mount Laurel, N.J. – The community is invited to celebrate a special annual tradition in a new, innovative way this holiday season. This year, Samaritan is taking its annual Tree of Life ceremony virtual, so that any individual may remember loved ones as we enter the holiday season from the comfort and safety of their own homes. The free, online illumination ceremony is open to the public and will be available for viewing starting Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 7 p.m. via one of the following platforms: Facebook: Facebook.com/SamaritanNJ YouTube: YouTube.com/SamaritanNJ Website: SamaritanNJ.org/Tree “This year continues to be one marked by innovation, creativity and adaptation” explains said Mary Ann Boccolini, President/CEO of Samaritan. “By transitioning our... Read more →


TRENTON – While the global recycling community continues to face challenges due to global recycling markets and rising program costs, New Jersey's recycling leaders are pursuing innovative techniques and strategies to further reduce the waste stream. Among the 2020 honorees of the DEP's annual recycling awards are a business that recycles food waste from its cafeterias and plastics from its laboratories; a municipality that recycles 75 percent of its waste, including polystyrene; a university with a comprehensive recycling and reuse program; and an 11 year-old boy who started a successful battery recycling program. The Department of Environmental Protection will recognize Merck & Co., Inc. in Kenilworth, Union County, Middletown Township in Monmouth County, Princeton University in Princeton, Mercer County, and Sri Nihal Tammana of Edison,... Read more →

Tips for Visitors to United States National and State Parks

photo courtesy of https://www.10adventures.com Lukas Saville | CNBNews Contributor As we adapt to a new normal to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, outdoor enthusiasts are finding ways to get back outside safely. Being outside isn’t just good for your physical health, it can help combat feelings of anxiety, stress, and worry brought on by the uncertainty of the global pandemic. As long as we’re following guidelines set out by local governments and keeping the wellbeing of ourselves and our neighbors in mind, it’s possible to get your much-needed fix of mountain air. We’ve based our recommendations on official public health guidelines in the national and state parks, but you can always refer to official websites for further information. General Guidelines for Travelers Currently, international... Read more →

BluePearl Pet Hospital Acquires PetHospice,

Expanding Scope of Veterinary Services With this acquisition, BluePearl will offer in-home end-of-life care to pet owners in northern California, and telehealth support services nationwide. Tampa, Fla.—November 17, 2020—BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital today announced it has acquired PetHospice, a California-based end-of-life services company focused on telehealth and education as well as in-home care for pets, their CNBNews graphics owners, and veterinarians. The company name will transition to BluePearl Pet Hospice. Through this acquisition, BluePearl—a leading provider of specialty and emergency veterinary care with more 95 practices across the U.S.—will offer in-home hospice, palliative care, and euthanasia for pets in San Francisco, Marin, Napa, and Sonoma California counties. In addition to in-home end-of-life services for pets, BluePearl Pet Hospice offers nationwide telehealth services, professional... Read more →

NJ Looking to Borrow $4B for COVID-19

JOHN REITMEYER, BUDGET/FINANCE WRITER This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. Officials say keen interest on Wall Street will keep interest charges below 2%, despite rating downgrade TRENTON NJ (Nov. 18, 2020)--Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration is expected to sign off Wednesday on a debt sale that will bring in more than $4 billion to help sustain the state budget during the lingering coronavirus pandemic. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files The general-obligation bond issue was priced a day earlier than had been expected due to strong interest among investors, state Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio said in a statement Tuesday. The total interest cost of the... Read more →

Archdiocese of Philly Holiday Food Drive

PHILADELPHIA, PA (Nov. 18, 2020)--Nutritional Development Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (NDS) is hosting its annual Holiday Food Drive to help stock the shelves of over 50 food cupboards located throughout the five-county metropolitan area and to benefit those who do not have access to nutritious sustenance. Due to COVID-19, the need this year is greater than ever. Providing individuals, senior citizens, families, and children with food and food-related resources has been at the core of NDS’ mission for nearly five decades. This relief effort is especially critical when many across the Philadelphia region are faced with food insecurity as a result of the pandemic. Denise Hopkins, Administrator for NDS’ Community Food Program said, “Our annual Holiday Food Drive is more critical this year... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Biden's Position on Abortion Is Troubling to Bishops

Biden wants to lock in the right of a woman to abort her child at any moment of pregnancy, for any reason whatsoever, thus blunting any future court challenges... November 18, 2020 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the U.S. bishops and their relationship with Joe Biden: Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Assuming Joe Biden is chosen as president next month by the Electoral College, he will pose a problem for the bishops. Indeed, the head of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Archbishop José Gomez, indicated this week that the bishops are already beset by Biden. If Biden were a Protestant, it would not complicate matters for the bishops, but he is a baptized Catholic. At the USCCB meeting this week, Gomez said... Read more →