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November 2020

Shirley A. Marker, of Florida, and Audubon

Clearwater, FL - Shirley A. Marker (nee Dempsey)- Formerly of Audubon, NJ passed away on November 4, 2020 in Florida at the age of 68. Shirley was a long-time resident of Audubon, NJ before relocating to Clearwater, FL. Shirley was a former employee of the Borough of Audubon as well as a former member of the Audubon Junior Women's League and a volunteer of the Audubon Ambulance Service. She is predeceased by her loving husband, Robert, and her 2 sons, Andrew and Keith. She is survived by her daughter, Amanda Peidl (Karl) and many nieces and nephews. Interment will be... Read more →


Lawyers for Trump: 700,000 Mail-in-Ballots Appeared from Nowhere in Pennsylvania

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square)(November 25, 2020)-- – Nearly 700,000 mail-in ballots appeared from “nowhere” in Pennsylvania, putting a thumb on the scale for former Vice President Joe Biden, the president’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, told state Republican senators on Wednesday. Giuliani, the public face of Trump’s legal efforts to overturn the election results in a handful of swing states – Pennsylvania chief among them – laid out his allegations for voter fraud before the Senate Majority Policy Committee in Gettysburg, just days after a federal court judge dismissed the claims as baseless. He said... Read more →


Timothy J. Popiolek of Runnemede and Gloucester City

October 22, 1950 - November 21, 2020 On November 21, 2020 formerly of Gloucester City and Runnemede, NJ, age 70 yrs. Beloved son of the late Benjamin and Mary (nee Izworski). Dear brother of Frederick (Barbara) and the late Jeffrey. Loving Uncle of Fred (Gloria), Kirk (Rebecca), Meagan Smith (Bryant), and the late Stephen. Also survived by many great nieces, nephews, and close friends. Tim grew up in Runnemede, NJ and graduated from Camden County Vocational School. He worked for over 25yrs at Verchio’s Produce, Brooklawn. Tim was proud of his Polish heritage and enjoyed playing the accordion and collecting... Read more →


New Jersey's Reef Network Expanded, Named Maher Terminals Reef

November 23, 2020 Deployment Video DEP News Release On October 28 and November 10, 2020, Bureau of Marine Fisheries staff expanded New Jersey's reef network through a deployment of nearly 6,000 tons of concrete on the Manasquan Inlet reef site. This new feature inside the Manasquan Inlet reef site will be called the Maher Terminals Reef in recognition of the donated material by Maher Terminals, located in Port Elizabeth, NJ. Material consisted of 151 concrete forms, measuring 40 feet x 8 feet x 1.5 feet each. The forms, once used for shipping container inspections, were no longer needed and were... Read more →


Only in NJ: State Transit at Risk of Missing Dec. 31 RR Safety Deadline

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – NJ Transit is the only railroad in the country “at risk of not fully implementing” a federally mandated safety system “on all its required main lines” by the end of the year, a federal agency said in a new report. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced its conclusion based on railroads’ self-reported progress as of a Sept. 30 progress report. Congress has mandated railroads fully implement positive train control (PTC) systems by the end of the year. Nationally, PTC systems were either in operation or revenue service demonstration (RSD)... Read more →


$120,000 EPA Grant to Cooper’s Ferry Partnership

Helps Camden Residents Reduce Health Risks in Their Homes NEW YORK (November 24, 2020) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it has awarded $120,000 through an Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving (EJCPS) Cooperative Agreement to Cooper’s Ferry Partnership located in Camden, New Jersey. The EPA funding will support work to help reduce risks of lead exposure, asthma and mold dangers. It will foster community education programs and the greening of public spaces. This agreement is one of 18 community-based organizations selected nationwide, totaling $2.1 million in funding distributed this year under EJCPS Cooperative Agreements. “Through this grant, Cooper’s... Read more →


CNB Hunting Delaware: Low-Digit Surf-Fishing Tag Auction Starts Black Friday

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will auction Low-Digit Surf Fishing Tags starting Black Friday, Nov. 27, at 9 a.m., at www.usgovbid.com. Between Nov. 27 and Dec. 9, bidders will have the option to bid on 12 tags including tags 25, 105, 206, 416, 451 and 469, and on six “choice” categories, ranging from tags 51 to 9999. The highest bidder in each choice category can choose a number, if not already sold, within that category. The minimum bid for a surf-fishing tag is $250. By state law, surf-fishing tags numbered 1 through 200 are limited to vehicles... Read more →


Preventing Pet Hazards this Thanksgiving

By Laura Fournlotis BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital Thanksgiving is a time to pause, reflect, and show thanks to friends, family, and companions, which includes our beloved pets. While we enjoy quality time (and food) with friends and family this holiday, it is important to keep a few things in mind—specifically, the hidden pet dangers that lurk on our dining room tables and plates. Each year, BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital clinicians see a significant uptick in cases during the November and December months. The most common problems include an increase in animals struck by vehicles, gastrointestinal irritations... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Chief's Thanksgiving Message

By Police Chief David J. Harkins As we enter into this strange Holiday Season, we at the Gloucester Township Police Department still believe that we have much to be thankful for. We are thankful for the recovery of our officers who were infected with COVID-19. We are thankful that we were able to be there to help those who have called us in their time of need. We are thankful for this great community that we serve. We are thankful to be able to do what we are called to do. We are thankful that our community has shown us... Read more →


Jose Rodolfo Villarreal-Hernandez Named to the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive List

Jose Rodolfo Villarreal-Hernandez, wanted for allegedly directing his associates to track and murder a man in Southlake, Texas, has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list. The Department of State’s Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program is offering a reward of up to $1 million for information leading directly to his arrest. Villarreal-Hernandez, also known as “El Gato,” is believed to hold an active leadership position in the Beltran Leyva Drug Trafficking Organization within the region of San Pedro Garza Garcia, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. He is also believed to be responsible for numerous murders in Mexico. The victim... Read more →


Feeling Stressed and Overwhelmed Call...

GTPD Is Here To Help If You're Feeling Stressed and Overwhelmed This Holiday Season Or During Quarantine The holiday season can be stressful and overwhelming, especially with the added pressure of COVID and quarantining, but you are NOT alone. Help for our Gloucester Township, New Jersey residents is available right here in Camden County! The Gloucester Township Police Department proudly supports the New Jersey Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) model and training to be responsive for those in need. Oaks Integrated Care provides Early Intervention Support Services (EISS) that helps adults 18 years and older in Camden County who are experiencing... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Rowan Student Athletes, Staff Adopt Families for Thanksgiving

GLASSBORO, NJ – This Thanksgiving, the Rowan athletic teams and staff are giving back by providing donations as part of the University’s “Adopt A Family” program. Student-athletes from the football, men’s cross country and track & field, women’s cross country and track & field, field hockey, women’s soccer, men’s swimming & diving, women’s swimming & diving, baseball, women’s lacrosse and softball teams and the athletic staff purchased all of the food needed for Thanksgiving dinners along with gift cards for the turkeys. “Adopt a Family for Thanksgiving is a great way to pay if forward,” said Shelly Klink, administrative assistant... Read more →


Tips for Getting the Best Night’s Sleep Possible

(November 26, 2020)--Getting an adequate amount of sleep is integral to one’s overall functioning. The body is able to repair itself during this time. Evidently, sleep affects various aspects of your day-to-day life. Therefore, getting enough sleep should be one of your top priorities Everyone has different experiences with sleep. Some people suffer from conditions that make it very difficult to go to sleep. Some people have issues staying asleep. Sleep deprivation can have devastating affects on your daily routine. Therefore, managing these symptoms is extremely important. In this article we are going to review some tips on getting a... Read more →


Live Entertainment Returns to Sound Waves at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

“A Motown Christmas” Tickets Go On Sale Friday, Nov. 27 at 10 a.m. Atlantic City, N.J. (Nov. 24, 2020) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City announced today that they will safely bring back live music this holiday season with Motor City Live’s “A Motown Christmas” featuring holiday classics. This holiday series will be hosted at Sound Waves and will run select dates from Friday, Dec. 11 through Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020. Tickets cost $29 and go on sale Friday, Nov. 27, and will be sold as individual tables of two and four seats to ensure social distancing. The... Read more →


Ej Dalius throws light on the cost-effective small business marketing ideas during the pandemic

...for a garment brand (November 26, 2020)--The majority of business owners didn't see the COVID-19 coming! Also, the established organizations with more capital and human resources didn't have a crisis management system ready to fight this pandemic. When it comes to small business companies, you can imagine the challenge they underwent and are still suffering from trying to resume operations. One of the sectors adversely affected by the pandemic is the small business garment brands. People have slowed their purchase of garments and attires because they are afraid of the contamination rates. Here the small business companies dealing in garments... Read more →


Weekly Wastebasket: Setting the Subsidy Table

Setting the Subsidy Table November 25, 2020 Being Thanksgiving week, we’re taking this opportunity to reflect on how Washington’s agriculture policy impacts your plate. For while the pandemic is leading many taxpayers to wrestle with how to safely celebrate the holiday, if at all, select agricultural special interests are gorging at taxpayers’ expense. If this feast of federal payments were a temporary response to the pandemic, it would have few ill effects. But the actions of industry and President Trump’s Department of Agriculture(USDA) make it clear they are looking to set their subsidy table for years to come. Main Course... Read more →


CNB Hunting News NJ: 2020-21 Hunting and Trapping Digest

The 2020-21 NJ Hunting and Trapping Digest is available on the Division's website in PDF format and on the publisher's website. Publisher's Online 2020-21 Hunting and Trapping Digest Print versions are available at license agents. Out-of-state residents ONLY can request a print copy by e-mailing njfishandwildlife@dep.nj.gov. Digest segments and past issues are available on the NJ Hunting and Trapping Digest PDF Segments page. Complete 2020-21 NJ Hunting and Trapping Digest (pdf, 10.0mb) NOTE: An error was identified in the print version of the Digest: The correct closing dates for the following zones in the Permit Bow Season are as follows:... Read more →


The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Holiday Timeline

(November 26, 2020)--With just a few short weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the fun, festive holiday season never seems long enough to fit in everything you want to see and do. From getting together with friends and loved ones to shopping and decorating, there's a lot to squeeze in and little time to do it. Looking to make the most of your holiday season? Here is the ultimate guide to planning the perfect Christmas season timeline. Book Holiday Travel Plans in Early December If you're traveling for the holidays, mark your calendars for the first week of December. That's when... Read more →


Trump Administration COVID-19 Vaccine Being Offered to Public at No Cost

Important information from Congressman Donald Norcross... I am pleased to inform you that through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), eligible Medicare recipients will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost as soon as it becomes available. The CMS is guaranteeing that all FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines will be covered under Medicare as a preventative medicine. Additionally, CMS will be expanding additional Medicare hospital payments to support Medicare patients' access to critical COVID-19 treatment therapies. More information on the CMS guidelines can be found here. For COVID-19 vaccine resources, click here. For COVID-19 billing information,... Read more →


Arnetha E. Jackson of Pennsauken, formerly of Camden

Pennsauken - Formerly of Camden. Passed away on November 17, 2020. Age 101. Born in Sterling, VA, she was the daughter of the late Clarence Lee, Sr. and Alma (Smith) Nokes. Arnetha is survived by many nieces and nephews. Arnetha retired after working many years at the Philadelphia Ship Yard in Philadelphia. She later worked as a crossing guard in Camden. Graveside services will be celebrated on Saturday, November 28th at 12 noon in Tippett’s Hill Cemetery in Sterling, VA. There will be no viewing. Mask is required and there will be Covid protocols in place. Condolences and memories may... Read more →


FBI ALERT: HO, HO, HO Holiday Scams

November 25, 2020 If you’re doing online shopping this holiday season, be on the lookout for scammers trying to steal a deal, too! With more people shopping online this year, shoppers may encounter more online shopping scams. “Scammers don't take holidays off from swindling unsuspecting shoppers,” said Steven M. D’Antuono, Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI Washington Field Office. “There are a variety of ways that fraudsters try to scam you during the holiday season, including through online shopping scams. As more people shop online this year, the FBI is asking the public to know the telltale signs of... Read more →


HAPPY THANKSGIVING from CNBNews

(Gloucestercitynews.net)—Watching the sunset last week we were awestruck with the many colors that kept changing in the sky as the sun slipped behind the horizon. With all the turmoil in the world sometimes you just have to stop and appreciate what is happening around you. Looking at this scene you can see that God is still with us. Now take a deep breath, and think about all the good things you have to be thankful for in your life. HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Bill and Connie Cleary Sr. Peyton too, Woof ! Read more →


This Thanksgiving, Beware The FOG!

New Jersey American Water provides tips for proper disposal of cooking grease to protect home plumbing and sewers from backups CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – NOV. 23, 2020 – As Thanksgiving approaches, New Jersey American Water is warning customers: do not let the FOG ruin your holiday! Fats, oils and grease (FOG) are a natural result of the cooking that will occur across New Jersey in the coming days. But failure to properly dispose of FOG could create a holiday to remember for all the wrong reasons. When washed down the drain, FOG can adhere to the insides of the pipes.... Read more →


Pennsylvania Governor Bans Thanksgiving Eve Alcohol Sales in Bars/Restaurants

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania officials banned alcohol sales at bars and restaurants on Thanksgiving Eve, traditionally one of the industry’s biggest nights of the year, as COVID-19 cases surge. The Department of Health said Monday nearly 12,000 new cases emerged over the last 48 hours as hospitalizations for the virus exceed 3,300. Another 69 people died, bringing the statewide total to 9,870 since the first recorded case in early March. And forbidding bars and restaurants from selling drinks between 5 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday will prevent more deaths, Gov. Tom... Read more →


Cinnaminson native Burns helps Alvernia place first

in AOTA Student Conclave Knowledge Bowl READING, PA (11/19/2020)-- Samantha Burns of Cinnaminson, NJ (08077) was among a group of five Alvernia University 5th year Occupational Therapy students who secured first place in the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Virtual Student Conclave Knowledge Bowl 2020. "We were excited about our win and very proud to represent Alvernia University and the Occupational Therapy Department," said team member Emily LeVan. "The conference was also a success to gain knowledge useful for our future occupational therapy careers." Burns helped the Alvernia team defeat three other occupational therapy programs in the competition. The AOTA... Read more →


Traveling This Thanksgiving? See States with Restrictions

Samuel Wonacott / Ballotpedia via The Center Square Message board flashes mandatory face covering rule to motorists heading northbound on Interstate 25 near Woodmen Road exit Friday, July 24, 2020, in Colorado Springs, Colo. AP Photo/David Zalubowski Heading into Thanksgiving, 12 states plus the District of Columbia have active restrictions on travel intended to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Since the pandemic began, 26 states have issued restrictions on travel, and 14 have been rescinded. The states (plus D.C.) with active travel restrictions as of Nov. 23 are: Alaska Connecticut District of Columbia Hawaii Kansas Maine Massachusetts New Jersey New... Read more →


The Roaring Twenties at Alcatraz East Crime Museum

Alcatraz East Crime Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, will focus on the anniversary of the end of Prohibition PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (November 24, 2020) – December 5th marks an anniversary that millions of adults in the United States appreciate. It is the anniversary of the end of Prohibition, which took place on December 5th, 1933. This year, Alcatraz East Crime Museum will host its inaugural event that will include prizes and a discounted admission for those wearing Roaring '20s attire. The event will take place on the anniversary date from 5 pm - closing. "The prohibition period is something that... Read more →


Trenton Resident Charged with Human Trafficking, Prostituting 16-Year-Old

TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick J. Callahan today announced that a man was arrested on human trafficking charges for allegedly prostituting a 16-year-old girl at a hotel in Trenton, N.J. Ronald D. Harris, 40, of Trenton, N.J., was arrested at his residence on Thursday, Nov. 19, by the New Jersey State Police and charged with the following offenses: Human Trafficking (1st degree), Facilitating Human Trafficking (2nd degree), Promoting Prostitution of a Minor (1st degree), Promoting Organized Street Crime (1st degree), Harris was charged in an investigation by the New Jersey... Read more →


Home Country: The Benefits of A Gentle Snow

by Slim Randles Wouldn‘t it be nice to come and go like gentle snow? Not the hard, wind-driven kind, but the soft kind … the kind that’s nice to kids and dogs. The kind of snow that builds up slowly on the porch railing until it is about six inches deep and bereft of bird tracks. Then we can scoop some into big cups and pour some syrup or honey on it and once again taste our way back to childhood. We can do it even when our beards are as gray as mine is these days. I’m told a... Read more →


Small Business Spotlight: Triton Security & Investigation

RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS | by Staff CAMDEN CITY, NJ--The core of Camden’s growth is rooted in its small businesses that know the community they serve and the investments they make in the neighborhoods where they work and live. Triton Security & Investigation (TSI) is a minority-owned company based in Camden since it began in 2014. It is a licensed, bonded and insured agency that employs armed, unarmed and K9 security officers. They provide physical security for large-scale construction sites, as well as bodyguard and dignitary protection services. They also use the number one invoice templates for billing. TSI's proprietors... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Biden's Friends & Allies Threaten Religious Liberty

by Bill Donohue | The Catholic League Left-wing advocacy organizations are wasting no time pressing Joe Biden to do away with the religious liberty protections afforded by the Trump administration. As we have previously detailed, no president has done more to secure religious liberty than Donald Trump. The three most prominent organizations asking Biden to undo Trump’s progress are the American Civil Liberties Union, the Human Rights Campaign, and the Center for American Progress. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is obsessed with sex: it wants to make sure that homosexuals, the sexually confused (transgender people), and women seeking an... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: DEP Expands Artificial Reefs Without Looking at Science

The DEP has expanded its offshore artificial reef program by adding concrete forms into the ocean off Manasquan. The concrete is from a shipping terminal and was no longer needed. The DEP has said that these materials provide a habitat for a variety of marine life and are colonized by organisms like algae, barnacles, mussels, sea stars, crabs, sponges, and corals. In reality, the DEP is not looking at science before making potentially harmful decisions. Gloucestercitynews.net files “DEP’s expansion of their artificial reef program may have benefits in increasing fisheries. However, we’re concerned that it may not be a net... Read more →


Santa Claus is coming to Voorhees Township!

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2020 FROM 6:00PM– 9:00PM Ashland Terrace (between Echelon & Somerdale Rd), Avian, Brian’s Run, Cherry Brook Farms, Christopher Tract, Green Ridge, Hearthstone, Kirkwood, Kress Acres, Main Street Colony, Old Ashland, Osage, Partridge Run, Rainwood, Willow Oaks SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2020 FROM 3:00PM – 9:00PM Alluvium Woods, Beagle Club, Burnt Mill, Buttonwood, Carriagebrook Farms, Echelon, Echelon Condominiums, Foster Square/Town Center, Foster Square, Franklin Square, Kirkwood, La Bonne Vie, Main Street Estates, Main Street Condominiums, Mews Condominiums, Sheppard Rd., Three Ponds, Rygate, Wilderness Lakes FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 FROM 6:00PM – 9:00PM Ashland Terrace/Turbridge,, Fairway Estates, Hann Ave., Highpoint,... Read more →


Say It Isn't So! Philly Revenue Dept. Workers Charged with Accepting Bribes

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that three City of Philadelphia employees who worked in the Revenue Department were charged with soliciting and accepting bribes in connection with their Gloucestercitynews.net files employment. All three were charged with one count of federal program bribery. Jarredd McQueen, 50, of Philadelphia, PA, was charged by Information. He was employed as a Customer Collection Representative for the City of Philadelphia’s Revenue Department when he allegedly accepted $9,000 of bribes in connection with his work. McQueen’s alleged criminal conduct began in May of 2018 and ended in November of 2018. He resigned... Read more →


CONSUMER NEWS: Snow and Ice Tips to Protect Our Yards This Winter

November 23, 2020 Alexandria, Va. – With the pandemic keeping people sheltering at home, more people are extending their outdoor time in the winter by adding fire pits, outdoor heaters and other features. Even in the wintertime, it’s important to take care of your yard. The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, an international trade association representing power equipment, small engine, portable generator, utility vehicle, golf car and personal transport vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, offers tips to keep your yard in top shape for winter use. Stop trimming your lawn once it freezes. Trim your grass to the height recommended for your... Read more →


The New Face of Justice in New Jersey

Published November 23, 2020 Photography by Nick Romanenko While an undergraduate majoring in political science at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Fabiana Pierre-Louis came to realize belatedly that she wanted to be a lawyer. She then attended Rutgers Law School in Camden, graduating magna cum laude. Yet, Pierre-Louis RC’02, CLAW’06 never expected that her ambition and talent would land her on the New Jersey Supreme Court as only the third African American and the first African American woman. “Justice cannot be blind if those who sit on our highest and most powerful bench are surrounded by colleagues who encompass the full range... Read more →


Pet for Adoption: Louisa, German Shepherd

Louisa German Shepherd Dog Large Adult Female Available for Adoption Matawan, NJ 15 miles away Organization Contact Info: Husky House 391 Rt 34 Matawan, NJ 07747 Huskyhouseinc@gmail.com http://huskyhouse.org Meet Louisa. Louisa is looking for her loving forever home. An owner surrender, she is an even tempered girl. She gets along well with other dogs her size. She is friendly, affectionate and enjoys going for walks. She can be a little strong on the leash at first, but soon settles to enjoy a nice stroll. Louisa gets along well with male dogs, but can be particular with females. Please no homes... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Biden should give thanks to First Peoples for giving him the WH

By Greg Palast 22 November 2020 For those of you who wanted to see Donald Trump skedaddled from the White House, this is the week you should be celebrating Thanksgiving Gloucestercitynews.net files giving thanks to Indigenous peoples for giving Biden the White House. The Native People's vote provided the margin for Biden in Wisconsin, Nevada, and Arizona. In Arizona, for example, the Tohono O'odham nation voted 98% Democratic! If it were up to White folk, Trump would've walked away with Arizona, but Indigenous precincts in Navajo Nation lands reported a 60% to 90% vote for Biden-Harris. The Indigenous vote has... Read more →


4 Best Holes for Winter Fishing in New Jersey 

Photo by Tomas Adomaitis on FreeRangeStock Fishing doesn’t have to take a break when winter arrives! If you’re a keen New Jersey angler in the summer months, why not try something new and spend a few hours doing some winter fishing instead of staying home? Sure it’s cold and dark, but you may be surprised at the reward you get for venturing out onto the ice or lake during the winter months. Here are our choices of the 4 best holes for winter fishing in New Jersey. Round Valley Reservoir Round Valley Reservoir can be fished year-round, but it’s best... Read more →


The Best Strategies for All Casino Games

Image source: kaxmedia.com The common reception of all casino games and gambling as a whole can be described as follows: this is a perfect recipe to lose your money. While in most cases, people do lose cash when playing, this is not a general rule. It is true that casinos have a serious advantage over players. However, it is still possible to win. Just think about it – would millions of gamblers play games if there were no chances to get cash? The chance is always on the horizon and this is exactly the reason why people find gambling interesting.... Read more →


Governor Murphy and Family Harassed at Restaurant (video)

For Not Social Distancing, Not Staying at Home, For Not Wearing Masks Two unidentified women verbally attack NJ Governor Murphy why he and his family were out at a restaurant having diner. 'You're having fun with your family, in the meantime you're having all kind of other bulls**t going on! reports The Blaze In the clip the women appear to recognize Murphy as he sits at a table in the middle of a meal. It isn't clear when or where the video was recorded, but it was posted to Twitter Sunday night. "Oh my God, Murphy, you are such a... Read more →


Jefferson Health - New Jersey Nurses Receive 2020 3rd Quarter DAISY Awards for Extraordinary Care

Two Jefferson Health - New Jersey nurses — Jeong Kim, MBA, BSN, RN, PCCN, of Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital Tower 2, and Melissa Slotterback, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, of the Jefferson Washington Township Hospital Emergency Department — have received third-quarter 2020 DAISY Awards for extraordinary care. Part of an international program, DAISY honorees are nominated by patients, family members, and colleagues for demonstrating excellence through clinical expertise, extraordinary compassionate care, and a high level of professionalism. Jeong Kim, of Maple Shade, NJ, was nominated for her extraordinary care of a patient who said they have “never met anyone so comforting... Read more →


Registration Now Open for Jefferson Health – New Jersey’s Annual Cancer Center ‘Tree of Lights’ Event to be held Virtually on December 2nd

The 11th annual Tree of Lights event – which gives area residents the opportunity to honor, remember, and celebrate the lives of loved ones who have battled cancer – will be held virtually this year at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township on December 2nd. Registration for the free event is now open. The 11th annual Tree of Lights event, which begins at 5 p.m. — will include a tree lighting ceremony, where honorees’ names are recited aloud. Community members are also invited to honor their loved one by sharing a photo and short message about them. To... Read more →


MVC Employees Continual COVID Illnesses Keep Licensing Centers Closed

West Deptford MVC Center Closed, Wayne MVC Center Closure Extended TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has announced that the West Deptford Regional/Licensing Center has been closed, due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19, and the current closure of the Wayne Licensing Center has been extended. The West Deptford Regional/Licensing Center will reopen Thursday, Dec. 3. The employee who tested positive was last in the West Deptford Center on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The closure of the Wayne Licensing Center has been extended to Friday, Dec. 4, as an additional Wayne employee tested positive for COVID-19, requiring a... Read more →


How to support local businesses during this difficult time

(November 24, 2020)--This year has been an exceptionally hard one all around. Large numbers of businesses have been forced to close for an extended period of time due to lockdowns and other restrictions across the globe. Local businesses, in particular, have suffered as they don't have the same infrastructure as global companies. While governments are trying to help out, you can help too. Buy now, use later For many stores and local businesses, opening soon is not an option. With many places still facing strict lockdowns, it's not even possible for you to buy anything from them, depending on the... Read more →


Election Day in NJ: Where you live made a difference

COLLEEN O'DEA, SENIOR WRITER | NOVEMBER 20, 2020 | NJ DECIDES 2020 In-person voting was easy for some people, not for others. In many counties, about half the usual polling sites were open. One county opened only a quarter 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 of Votebeat’s republishing policy. New Jerseyans who voted in person on Election Day had many fewer choices of where to vote than in the past, with one county opening only a quarter... Read more →


The Maritime Industry Depends on Real-Time Data Matters

‍Over 90% of world trade is in the hands of the international maritime shipping industry. Every year, it moves more than USD 4 trillion of goods. For shipping companies, there’s a lot of pressure to remain on schedule, protect the cargo ship and crew, and ensure profitability. And we can’t say it’s easy. This interactive map of the world’s main shipping routes provides a glimpse of the industry’s complexity. 90,000 vessels cross paths as they transport goods from one continent to another! Created by London-based data visualisation studio Kiln and the UCL Energy Institute It’s clear from this map that... Read more →


15 Members, Associates of Philadelphia Mob Busted

Indicted on Federal Racketeering and Related Charges PHILADELPHIA (Nov. 23, 2020)– United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that a Superseding Indictment was unsealed today against 15 defendants, including alleged members and associates of the South Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey-based criminal organization La Cosa Nostra (LCN), known as the “mafia” or the “mob.” The Superseding Indictment charges various crimes including racketeering conspiracy, illegal gambling, loansharking, extortion, and drug trafficking. The defendants charged in the seven-count Superseding Indictment are: Steven Mazzone, aka “Stevie,” age 56 Domenic Grande, aka “Dom,” aka “Mr. Hopkins,” aka “Mr. Brown,” aka “Dom14,” age 41 Joseph... Read more →


What can Bingo Sites do to Attract More Players From Gloucester?

(November 24, 2020)--Online bingo sites are doing their utmost to attract as wide a range of players as possible by offering a totally new experience online. The game has tried to shed its past image, when it used to be associated mainly with the elderly. Now, internet bingo sites are bringing in much wider demographics because of the diversity of games on offer. The main ways that bingo operators have done this have been through offering themed bingo rooms and alternative instant win games. Fishing Themes Bingo operators online are not limited to locality and, therefore, can try to appeal... Read more →


Go Deep Fishing Like A Pro With The Help Of These 5 Tips

By: Mark Spencer About the Author: Mark is the owner and director of True Blue Fishing company and a passionate deep sea fisher. He has a wealth of experience about the wonders of fishing. He aims to share his years of expertise to enhance the experience of those seeking fun and knowledge in this type of adventure. While fishing for species like snapper, grouper, or marlin can be an exhilarating experience, deep-sea fishing can sometimes be a tricky business. Knowing where certain species tend to hang out and what types of bait each prefers can help you improve your odds... Read more →