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November 2020

Philadelphia Bar Association Congratulates Rep. Joanna McClinton

on Being Elected Pennsylvania’s First Female House Minority Leader PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Philadelphia Bar Association congratulates Rep. Joanna McClinton, D-Philadelphia, on being elected Pennsylvania’s first female house minority leader and the first Black woman to lead a caucus in either chamber of the state General Assembly. McClinton has served in the state House of Representatives since 2015. She previously worked for seven years as a public defender before becoming chief counsel to state Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams, D-Philadelphia, in 2013. “Rep. McClinton is an active Philadelphia Bar Association member who has made significant contributions, lending her expertise to our... Read more →

Top 10 Fastest-Growing Jobs by 2021

(November 23, 2020)--The professions in demand in 2021 will help schoolchildren, and future applicants choose their path of development. The labor market around the world is fluid and continually growing. Some professions become obsolete, giving way to new ones. Old skills lose their relevance, and employees have to retrain to stay in demand. Therefore, the choice of a promising specialty is the key to a successful and prosperous future. In this article, you will learn about the fastest-growing careers in 2021, the average salary of specialists, and advice on how to get the desired position. How to land one of... Read more →

Charles R Webb, of Haddon Township, formerly of Gloucester City

Charles R. Webb “Bob” November 19, 2020 Haddon Township, formerly of Gloucester City – passed away on November 19, 2020. Age 90. files Born in Gloucester City, NJ, he is the son of the late Clarence U. and Mary Ellen (McLaughlan) Webb. Charles is survived by his daughters; Mary Ellen Norkis (Charles), Joan T. Costello, Barbara Miller (Matthew); 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. He was also predeceased by his wife of 64 years, Ellen Webb (Flynn) on October 9th, 2015. Bob proudly served his country in the US Navy and the Navy Reserves from 1949 to 1955. He retired... Read more →

Ralph A. Davis Jr., of Gloucester City; Seviroli Foods Employee, GHS Alum

On November 18, 2020. Age 54. Lifelong resident of Gloucester City. Cherished son of the late Ralph A. Davis, Sr. and Ruth C. Davis (née Aharon). Predeceased by his fiancée and love of his life, Cecilia Harrop. Survived by his beloved siblings, Ruth Ann Cutuli (Carmen), Claire Ann Davis (Walt), Carl Davis (Patty) and James Patrick Davis (Sandy). Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and his family at D’Orazio/Seviroli Foods in Bellmawr. Ralph was a graduate of Gloucester High School and a faithful, devoted 22-year employee at Seviroli Foods in Bellmawr. He was... Read more →

Drive to Advance Equity Guides Anna Branch in Her New Role at Rutgers

Rutgers’ first senior vice president for equity is uniquely prepared to address inequities and change perceptions across the university By Lisa Intrabartola Rutgers Today Enobong (Anna) Branch can pinpoint the moment she decided to switch lanes from studying medicine to education. She was a third-year biology major at Howard University with plans of becoming a doctor when she learned her old high school – a Christian school her father founded in the Bronx – was struggling. “That school was a vehicle to show that children like us could succeed, despite the poor reputation of some public schools in the Bronx,... Read more →

Consumer Alert: Veterans & Imposter Scams

November 23, 2020 by Carol Kando-Pineda Attorney, FTC, Division of Consumer & Business Education During the past four years, the FTC logged more than 378,000 reports from veterans — and nearly 161,000 were fraud-related. More than 24,000 of those reported a loss (with total losses of $205 million). Veterans had a median loss of $755, compared to active duty servicemembers who reported a median loss of $500 over the same period. For both veterans and active duty personnel, imposter scams were among the top five scams causing a loss. Imposters pretend to be someone you trust to try to convince... Read more →

Going the Distance: Things You Should Consider When Selling Your Car

(November 22, 2020)--Perhaps it's the scent of a new season-ending, or it's the sight of the old that is making you weary, or maybe you just want to start anew. Whether it's one or more of these things, welcoming the dawn of a new day should not make you feel guilty. If anything, you must get ready for the long journey ahead. To go the farther distance (literally), you might want to consider changing your wheels. It is normal to be reluctant at first, but really, it is worth the shot and might just be the change you are looking... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering through the Streets of South Jersey (Gloucester City Chapter IV)

The outside structure of Jacks' Twin Bar has been showing signs of neglect for a while. It makes you wonder why isn't the owner made to repair it? (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)(November 22, 2020)(CNBNews)--After years of neglect Jack's Twin Bar, Broadway, and Market Street is nearing the end. The condition of the building looks like it is beyond repair. Peeking through the window on the Broadway side you can see broken pieces of sheetrock mixed with leaves. Most likely the leaves got into the building through one of the many holes in the... Read more →

Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Administrative Order

Clarifying Guidelines for Outdoor High School Sporting Events TRENTON (Nov. 21, 2020)--— Governor Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced an Administrative Order clarifying that athletes, coaches, referees, trainers, and other individuals necessary to the performance of an outdoor high school sporting event are not included in the total number of individuals present at the gathering for purposes of the limit on outdoor gatherings. The order will take effect immediately and sunset on Monday, November 30, 2020. A copy of the Administrative Order can be found below STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF LAW... Read more →

Brandywine Zoo Madagascar Exhibit Now Open

View Endangered Lemurs, Tortoises WILMINGTON DELAWARE--The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control cut the ribbon on its new Madagascar exhibit Nov. 19, and officially welcomed its new tortoise and lemur inhabitants. This new exhibit is home to radiated tortoises and three species of lemurs. The public will be able to visit the habitat starting Friday, Nov. 20. Governor John Carney and DNREC Secretary Shawn Garvin hosted a small group for a first look at the newcomers as they interacted in the exhibit, along with several who are still in quarantine. The event was also live streamed for the public... Read more →

Officer Down: Patrolman Charlie Cortez Drowns after Boat Struck by a Rogue Wave

Police Officer Charlie Cortez Tulalip Tribal Police Department, Tribal Police End of Watch Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Puget Sound, Washington--Police Officer Charlie Cortez, age 29, died after the 24-foot fisheries enforcement vessel he was in capsized after being struck by a rogue wave in the Puget Sound, Washington, at about 9:00 pm. He and his partner had just escorted a distressed boater into Tulalip Bay when their vessel was struck by the wave and capsized. A search was immediately initiated by tribal, local, state, and federal agencies in the area. Officer Cortez's partner was located in the water suffering from... Read more →

Congressman Norcross Named to National Defense Conference Committee

WASHINGTON, DC – Last night, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) – a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) and Chair of the Tactical Air and Land Forces (TAL) Subcommittee – was appointed to serve on the joint conference committee for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The conference committee is charged with producing a bicameral compromise on the Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) defense policy bill. “We live in an uncertain world with persistent, credible threats to our nation and our democracy, so it’s more important than ever that we support our men and women in uniform and... Read more →

Upcoming Events in Camden County

EVENTS Haddonfield Candlelight Shopping Grab your friends for a holiday shopping extravaganza! Enjoy candlelight shopping every Friday in Downtown Haddonfield from Friday, November 27 through Friday, December 18! Shoppers will find in-store promotions, specials, discounts, and more at participating businesses! Read More. Battleship NJ Now Open for Tours The Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial is open for tours on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 AM to 3 PM. This schedule will be in effect through the end of 2020. The Fire Power Tour will allow you to climb inside the legendary 16-inch gun turret, track a tomahawk missile launch... Read more →

Edward M. Swift, of Bellmawr age 60

Edward M. Swift, on October 2, 2020, of Bellmawr. Age 60. Beloved son of the late Edward and Catherine Swift. Loving brother of Betsy Blumenstein (Joe) and the late Monica Swift. Uncle of Jackie Stetler (Mat), Monica Blumenstein (Justin Fair). Great Uncle of Sidney and Jude Pollard. Also survived by Christine Pantellas, Ed Zoranski, many cousins and friends. Ed was very patriotic and was an avid Philly sports fan especially of the Eagles and Phillies. He had a love for music and softball, but most importantly he loved his family especially his sisters and nieces. Services will be held privately... Read more →

Pedestrian Bridge over River Line & Martin Luther King Blvd. in Design Phase

(Lindenwold, NJ)(Nov. 21, 2020)- – Over the last two years the Freeholder Board has been working on additional safety measures for pedestrian traffic into the city’s Eds and Meds corridor. The board has publicly advertised a request for proposals for the design of a pedestrian bridge over the River LINE and four lanes of Martin Luther King Boulevard adjacent to the Walter Rand Transportation Center (WRTC). The project is being funded by a grant allocation from NJ TRANSIT. After all necessary permits and approval are obtained, the design will result in a construction bid. “This new span will significantly improve... Read more →

NJ Senate & Assembly Republicans Call for Special Legislative Session

to Approve Emergency Aid for Small Businesses & Nonprofits TRENTON NJ--Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, Senate Republican Budget Officer Steve Oroho, and Assembly Republican Budget Officer Hal Wirths called for both houses of the New Jersey Legislature to hold a special session before Thanksgiving to approve an emergency aid package to help small businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. files “Governor Murphy is right that struggling small businesses and nonprofits need immediate help, which is why we’re calling for a substantial portion of New Jersey’s remaining unspent CARES Act funds to be dedicated immediately... Read more →

Elizabeth Doren of Cherry Hill age 81

Cherry Hill – On November 15, 2020. Age 81. Catholic Graveside Service and Burial Private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Elizabeth Doren. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries: McCann-Healey Funeral Home: Gloucester City Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Audubon 49 Rams 19 Turkey Day Game Change

The Gloucester Catholic Rams Football team has seen more downs then ups this Pandemic Season. The Rams were forced to cancel several games due to Covid-19 and entered todays game 2- 1 against a strong Audubon team with 6 wins in its first 7 games. More photos available at The Rams stoppped the Green Waves who marched the field, to the Rams 5 yardline were a strong goalline stand by the Rams hopes were running high. Audubon got on the board first after an intercepton by Rams qb Foster, was returned to the Rams 3 yard line were Rams... Read more →

Bill "Bud" Harvey, Retired Gloucester City Fireman, Korean War Navy Veteran

William F. “Bud” Harvey William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)(November 20, 2020)--Longtime Gloucester City resident William F. "Bud" Harvey passed away suddenly on November 18, 2020, at the age of 91. Bud was one of the first full-time Gloucester City firemen. An animal lover he always had a dog by his side throughout his life. Collies were one of his favorite. Most recently it was Angel, a mixed Chihuahua that he adopted. A man with a warm smile Mr. Harvey would go out of his way to help someone in need be they a friend or a... Read more →

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How to Reduce Holiday Stress While Traveling

Katie Sandler, career development and impact coach, offers tips for having a stress-free and safer holiday travel experience FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – (November 20, 2020) – The holiday season is typically the busiest time of the year for traveling. People enjoy going to see family members or exploring new locations as they have time off from their jobs and schoolwork. This year, traveling may come with a bit more stress and anxiety due to the pandemic that people are facing around the world. The good news is that there are some things you can do to help reduce the holiday... Read more →

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Health Dept. Releases Holiday Guidelines

As you prepare for November and December holidays, here are some holiday planning safety tips from Camden County Department of Health & Human Services to help protect you, your family and friends, and your community from COVID-19. Considerations If you or your family need to Travel If traveling this holiday season, consider the mode of transportation (plane, car, bus, train), the dates your will be traveling, and your risk to COVID-19 exposure while traveling. Carry a small personal sanitizing kit that contains hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, and extra masks. Be aware of the risk level of your destination. Check: Read more →

Public Hearing on Kirkwood Lake Disposal

(Camden City, NJ) – The Camden County Parks Department will hold a public meeting on Dec. 17, at 6 p.m. to discuss a request that Camden County has filed with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Green Acres Program, proposing to dispose of 2.52 acres of land comprising the currently utilized shoreline of Kirkwood Lake (Block 196, Lot 26 in Voorhees). The meeting will be livestreamed at Questions/comments can be submitted in advance of the meeting by visiting here. “We are inviting any member of the public who has a question or comment regarding this project to join... Read more →

Patrick D. McMullen of Gloucester City

Gloucester City - Patrick D. McMullen of Gloucester City passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at his home. He was 65. Born in Camden, Patrick grew up in Moorestown and was a Maintenance Supervisor for Standard Warehouse in Pennsauken. He was also a longtime active member of Sacred Heart Church in Camden. He is survived by his siblings: Mary Ferguson of South Carolina, Thomas McMullen of Bainbridge, NY, Catherine Pauler of Galloway, & Florence Daugherty of Colorado Springs, Co; and many nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. He is also survived by his former wife Helen Smith of Gloucester... Read more →

Camden County Youth Correctional Facility Unveils Completed Mural

(Camden City, NJ) – A mural commissioned by the Camden County Youth Services Commission (CCYSC) and the Department of Corrections has been completed on the outside perimeter wall of the Camden County Correctional Facility. The design was chosen from a county-wide contest which invited local artists to enter submissions for the project. The mural reflects themes such as hope, support, peace, and community, among others, and their intersection with both the juvenile and adult criminal justice system. “The conversation surrounding criminal justice is rightly changing, and the focus is shifting toward making sure that when individuals leave these facilities, they... Read more →

BluePearl Pet Hospital Expanding Scope of Veterinary Services, Acquires PetHospice

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 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... Read more →

Apply for CARES Rental Assistance Grant

The Camden County Rental Assistance Program, which draws $4 million from funding provided by the federal CARES Act, is aimed at supporting low income renters at risk of losing their homes or facing an eviction threat due to lost employment or income caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Camden County Rental Assistance Program now makes available up to eight months of back rent for a maximum of $10,000. While tenants will apply to take part in the program, payments will be made directly to landlords. Apply Now. Now that Camden County has helped those most in need, we have updated... Read more →

Public Given Additional Time to Review Cleanup Plan at Superfund Site in Newark

New Jersey (November 20, 2020) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended the public comment period a fourth time to December 21, 2020 on its proposed cleanup plan for the Riverside Industrial Park Superfund site on the bank of the Passaic River in Newark. The proposed plan includes a combination of technologies and methods to address the cleanup of contaminated soil, soil gas (gas trapped in the soil), groundwater, sewer water and waste at the site. The Riverside Industrial Park Superfund site is located on a 7.6-acre active industrial property that includes both current and former manufacturing and... Read more →

Weekly Wastebasket: Watchdogging COVID-19 $$$

November 20, 2020 One of the many issues Congress must address in the waning months of 2020 is whether to pass another aid package seeking to relieve some of the misery inflicted by COVID-19. The presumptive President-elect, Joe Biden, wants one. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has said one is needed. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, let alone Mr. McConnell or President Trump, remain far apart on how much money to spend and what restrictions to place on that spending. Taxpayers for Common Sense is, after all, a budget watchdog group. So you’ll indulge... Read more →

Mark J. Dempsey, Sr., of Erial, formerly of Gloucester City

Mark J. Dempsey, Sr., on November 20, 2020, of Erial, formerly of Gloucester City. Age 65. Beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Hunt) of 41 years. Devoted father of Mark J. Dempsey, Jr (Jamie) and Jamie V Pratt (Chuck). Dear grandfather of Brooke, Makayla, Chase, Cole, Vallen, and Tyler. Cherished brother of Alan (Vickie), Michael (the late Carol), Kevin (Marcie), Jean (Larry), and the late Joel. Dear son of the late Valerie and John Dempsey. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and cousins. Mark retired after 31 years from Camden County where he worked as a Journeyman... Read more →

Raphael B. “Rae” Ross, of Audubon

Raphael B. “Rae” Ross (nee DiGiacomo) age 86 of Audubon, passed away in the company of her loving sister and friend in Marlton on Thursday November 19, 2020. Rae was born in Camden and had been a lifelong Audubon Resident. She graduated from St. Rose of Lima Parochial School, Haddon Heights in 1949 and from Camden Catholic High School in 1953. Following graduation, Rae went to work for her dad in the food distribution center known as “Old Dock Street” and moved on, shortly after to the Franklin Institute where she worked for 12 years. Rae was a “Jersey Girl”... Read more →

MVC Centers in Wayne and Lodi Closed

TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has announced that the Wayne and Lodi Licensing Centers are closed, due to a single employee testing positive for COVID-19 at each location. The Wayne Licensing Center will be closed until Friday, November 27. The employee who tested positive was last in the Wayne Center on Thursday, November 12. The Lodi Licensing Center will be closed until Thursday, December 3. The employee who tested positive was last in the Lodi Center on Tuesday, November 17. In addition to Wayne and Lodi, seven other MVC Centers remain closed due to an employee testing... Read more →

Hamdan bin Mohammed and 20,000 Cyclists Taking Part in First Dubai Ride

DUBAI, November 20, 2020: An exhilarating atmosphere of positivity and excitement surged through Dubai this morning as a section of the city’s main artery, the Sheikh Zayed Road, transformed into a 14km cycling track for the very first time as part of Dubai Fitness Challenge 2020. More than 20,000 cyclists participated in the inaugural Dubai Ride 2020, marking a new milestone in their fitness journey. Spearheaded by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, the event saw cyclists hitting the roads as early as 5:00 am,... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police's FUGITIVE FRIDAY

Talisha Cooper, age 47, last known address E. Walnut Avenue Vineland, New Jersey. She has a criminal warrant for shoplifting from Tractor Supply on Cross Keys Road in Gloucester Township. If you know the location of Ms. Cooper or can provide any additional information call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500, or call our GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560. To send an Anonymous Tip via Text Message to Gloucester Township Police, text the keyword TIP GLOTWPPD and your tip message to 888777. You may also click here to access our Anonymous Web Tip Page: Our Anonymous Tip... Read more →

Republicans in Trenton Attempt to Squash Murphy's Emergency Powers

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) (Nov. 19, 2020)--– New Jersey Republicans say Democrats are blocking their attempts to limit Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive powers, legislation they say is important after Murphy issued executive orders limiting the number of people who can gather. On Tuesday Murphy limited indoor gatherings to 10 people and outdoor gatherings to 150 people effective Nov. 23, citing an increase of COVID-19 cases. Religious services, celebrations, political events, weddings, funerals and performances are limited to 25% capacity up to 150 people. Last week, Murphy ordered that indoor restaurants and bars must be... Read more →

Some useful tips for smart spending during the holiday season

(November 20, 2020)--Holiday seasons call for gifts and goodies for friends and family. These are specific parts of the year when both retailers and manufacturers have rolled out the red carpet for customers. Moreover, the newspaper and print media gets flooded with sale announcements. However, stay cautious regarding promotional advertisements and attractive discounts to derive the maximum benefit out of it. In most cases, these discounts and offers are beneficial for both the buyer and seller. Nonetheless, keep a few critical things in your mind to grab more benefit out of your cash. The key ideas for smart spending during... Read more →


Share Tweet Forward to a Friend Enjoy Wintertime Traditions Safely at Dilworth Park Philadelphia’s premier wintertime activities at Dilworth Park are opening in phases with new safety protocols in accord with City, State and CDC guidelines. CCD and our Dilworth Park business partners have implemented increased health safety procedures throughout the park, reminding visitors to adhere to all CDC guidelines. Masks are required at all times. CCD staff are all wearing masks, as well. Anyone who feels sick, or has come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 14 days, should refrain from entering... Read more →

NJBIA Concerned About Workplace Safety, Employer Burdens in Updated Cannabis Bill Language 

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association today said new language in legislation to create and regulate a legal marijuana marketplace will weaken protections for employers seeking to maintain a drug-free workplace, even in critical public safety industries. Additionally, NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor told the Assembly Appropriations Committee today that the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance and Marketplace Modernization Act (A-21/S-21) should not create new burdens on employers that require drug-free workplaces. “NJBIA is opposed to placing additional burdens on employers that need to ensure their workplaces are drug-free for safety issues such as in... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Introduce Their New Social Worker Jordan Crawley

(Gloucester Township NJ)(Nov. 29, 2020)--Ms. Crawley is a longtime resident of Gloucester Township, New Jersey and graduated from Timber Creek Regional High School Ms. Crawley then attended Rutgers University and Monmouth University graduating with a Master's Degree in Social Work. Since then, Ms. Crawley has worked in the field of Social Work specializing with school aged children. She is very excited to start this new chapter in her career and help the residents of Gloucester Township! Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd Gloucester Township, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-228-4500 Read more →

Mo-Mo Knows Snow: Getting Outside in Winter is Good for Us

Mutt Mulligan, a rescue dog and the spokes dog of the TurfMutt Foundation, says a key to health and well-being is getting outside this winter Alexandria, Va. – Winter can be tough on people in the best of times, but it is particularly challenging during a global pandemic. Throughout the spring, summer and fall, the outdoors – including our yards, parks, and sports fields – were critical for buoying our mental well-being, physical health and enabling us to safely connect with others. For a decade the TurfMutt environmental education and stewardship program has advocated the importance of managed landscapes and... Read more →

Bipartisan Opioid Task Force-Backed Bills Passed

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2466, the State Opioid Response Grant Authorization Act of 2020, H.R. 2281, the Easy MAT for Opioid Addiction Act and H.R. 3878, the Block, Report, and Suspend Shipments Act of 2020. These proposals are part of the Bipartisan Opioid Task Force’s 2020 Legislative Agenda, which was unveiled in February. The bills authorize grants to states and tribal organizations to increase access to prevention, treatment and recovery for opioid use disorder, revise regulations to allow practitioners to more easily treat patients dealing with acute withdrawal symptoms and require drug manufacturers and... Read more →

The Main Pros And Cons Of Remote  Employees For Large Companies

(November 20, 2020)--The modern world cannot be imagined without new technologies. With the advent of the Internet, everyone's life has changed direction. Now more and more people prefer to have a remote job with a flexible schedule and be their own boss. This is very convenient because each person will be able to plan their own day and will no longer depend on the mood of their boss. Every year the number of remote employees increases by 20-30%, and the virtual office is an integral part of our future. The top 5 popular professions that allow you to work remotely... Read more →

The State of NJ Last in the Nation in Highway Performance/Cost Effectiveness

Study: New Jersey Ranks Last in the Nation in Highway Performance and Cost-Effectiveness While New York and Connecticut improve their rankings, New Jersey remains in last place in the Annual Highway Report’s examination of 13 categories. Los Angeles (November 19, 2020) — New Jersey’s highway system ranks 50th in the nation in overall cost-effectiveness and condition, according to the 25th Annual Highway Report by Reason Foundation. There is no change from the previous report, where New Jersey also ranked last. In safety and performance categories, New Jersey ranks 3rd in overall fatality rate, 29th in structurally deficient bridges, 40th in... Read more →


Pebbles Terrier / Schnauzer / Mixed Adult Female Available for Adoption Matawan, NJ Organization Contact Info: Husky House 391 Rt 34 Matawan, NJ 07747 [email protected] Adoption Pending Meet Pebbles! An owner surrender, Pebbles is looking for her loving, forever home. She is very sweet, playful and loves people. Interested in adopting Pebbles? Please visit www.huskyhouse.og today to fill out an application. More about Pebbles Up-to-date with vaccinations Good with adults: All Available date: 10/27/2020 Birth date: 10/28/2017 (not exact) Read more →

Kimmel Cultural Campus Releases Holiday Lineup

10 MULTI-PLATFORM ‘EVENTS’ ANNOUNCED FOR 2020 KIMMEL CULTURAL CAMPUS’ HOLIDAY LINEUP    ...DEBUT OF HIP HOP NUTCRACKER HEADLINES VIRTUAL HAPPENINGS  (Philadelphia, PA, November 19, 2020) – While this holiday season will be without Tuba Christmas, free Gospel on the Plaza, and meet-and-greets with sugarplum fairies, the Kimmel Cultural Campus announced several can’t-miss holiday events and partnerships sure to deliver much-needed seasonal vibes. The 2020 holiday events include the return of the WMGK Turkey Drop, the national streaming premiere of the Hip Hop Nutcracker and A Salute to Vienna, a radio and streaming broadcast of the beloved Kimmel holiday tradition A Soulful Christmas, featured performances... Read more →

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 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... Read more →