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December 1, 2020

6 Things to Inspire You to Write a Great Essay

(December 1, 2020)--"Writing an essay is so easy!", said no one ever. If writing a great essay is easy, then sure, climbing Mount Everest with no safety measures is easy as well. When it comes to writing, you'd find that the process is as unpredictable as the weather. One minute, you're... Read more →

Cannabidiol and Chronic Pain

(*CNBNews.net)(December 1, 2020)-Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD, can offer some relief for chronic pain. It's a therapeutic drug and can be a part of your treatment plan for managing chronic pain. But there are many different ways to use CBD, and you should consider the best way for you to take... Read more →

Today is Giving Tuesday!

Help Camden and South Jersey families during this difficult time by donating to these great causes! Camden County Food Distribution for Those In Need Camden County has partnered with Touch New Jersey to bring FREE food distribution to those in need throughout Camden County. Drive-up and walk-up options available. Must wear... Read more →

Coast Guard Rescues Man off of Port Canaveral, Florida Headed for Wilmington, Delaware

The 225-meters motor vessel Angeles located Stuart Bee, 62, on the hull of his 32-foot capsized recreational vessel approximately 86 miles east of Port Canaveral, Florida, Nov. 29, 2020, after he went missing Nov. 27, 2020. (U.S. Coast Guard courtesy photo) JACKSONVILLE, Fla.— Stuart Bee, 62, was located approximately 86 miles... Read more →

Amistad Project Files Federal and State Lawsuits Challenging Election Results

Actions by National Conservative Organization Follow Rigorous, Multi-State Investigations Since 2019, Trump Campaign Joins Filings Amherst, VA (November 20, 2020)--– A national conservative legal organization, the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, today announced that it will file federal and state lawsuits challenging the presidential election results in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania,... Read more →

Trapped Inside an Assisted Living Facility During the Pandemic

“We Don’t Even Know Who Is Dead or Alive”: What it’s like to stay alive as the virus charts its fatal course through a home for the elderly in one of the worst-hit neighborhoods in the Bronx. by Ava Kofman Nov. 30, 6 a.m. EST ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that... Read more →

Trenton Thunder Joining MLB Draft League

Mayor Gusciora Statement on Trenton Thunder Joining MLB Draft League On behalf of the residents of our great city, we welcome MLB’s new Draft League, which will have our very own Trenton Thunder as a founding member. We’re sure our community will enjoy the chance to watch a new generation of... Read more →

President Trump's 2017 Executive Order Continues to Dismantle MS-13 and Others in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras

More than 700 Members Of Transnational Organized Crime Groups Arrested in Central America in U.S. Assisted Operation last week. Today, senior law enforcement officials from the United States, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras announced criminal charges in Central America against more than 700 members of transnational criminal organizations, primarily MS-13 and... Read more →

NJBIA's 62nd Annual Business Outlook Survey

Shows COVID-19 Impacts, Dissatisfaction with Business Climate Three of every four New Jersey businesses suffered revenue losses in 2020, while nearly half said they will take more than a year, or never will, generate the profits lost due to the coronavirus pandemic response, according to NJBIA’s 2021 Business Outlook Surveyreleased today.... Read more →

Passing the time: how are the entertainment habits of younger and older generations in Gloucester changing this year?

(December 1, 2020)--With the global pandemic now fully in effect, there is no denying that how we spend our free time has fundamentally changed. Not only are we all finding ourselves with more free time on our hands than ever before we are also limited in the sorts of activities we... Read more →

Gloucester Township Tree Lighting Dec. 13

(Gloucester Township, NJ)(Dec. 1, 2020)--Ring in the Holiday Season with Mayor David Mayer and Gloucester Township Council at the 2020 Gloucester Township Tree Lighting Celebration. The 31st Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held virtually this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Despite Gloucestercitynews.net files the fact that Gloucester Township... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Professed Former Altar Boy Andrew Cuomo Takes It On The Chin!

By Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor SCOTUS Ruling On Religious Rights Is Illuminating November 30, 2020 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling limiting attendance at houses of worship: Just before midnight on Thanksgiving eve, New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a professed former... Read more →

Three Suspects Arrested for Car Burglaries in Gloucester Township

Gloucester Township NJ (Dec. 1, 2020)--On Saturday, November 29th, at approximately 1:30 am, a resident from the Cherrywood Drive area contacted the Gloucester Township Police Communications Center and advised that he had observed a male in his vehicle and that the male had fled when confronted. The resident advised that the... Read more →

Consumer Alert: Debt Collectors Are Reminded to Mind No Parking Signs on Credit Reports

Seena Gressin Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC There’s a virtual “NO PARKING” sign planted smack in the middle of your credit report. It means that debt collectors can’t report your debt — or your supposed debt — to credit reporting agencies without first trying to check Gloucestercitynews.net files... Read more →


Sportsbooks faced with uncertainty as COVID-19 wreaks havoc on the NFL schedule, according to TheLines (LAS VEGAS) — The NFL season has brought ever more uncertainty over the last week, and that has affected oddsmakers ahead of the Week 13 slate of games, according to TheLines.com, which tracks odds in the... Read more →

$50,000 Lottery Tickets Sold in Gloucester County and Hudson County

TRENTON (Nov. 30, 2020) – Two New Jersey Lottery tickets matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Saturday, November 28, drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. The winning tickets from Saturday night’s drawing were sold at the following locations: Gloucester County: Country Farm, 283 Egg... Read more →

New Co-Chairs for Labor Caucus

WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Labor Caucus announced four additional co-chairs today, Representatives Debbie Dingell (D-MI), Steven Horsford (D-NV), Linda Sánchez (D-CA), and Thomas Suozzi (D-NY) will join Congressmen Donald Norcross (D-NJ) and Mark Pocan (D-WI) as co-chairs of the Labor Caucus. In order to unite pro-worker efforts in Congress, we are combining... Read more →

Benjamin Gordon on the Economy and the COVID-19 Pandemic 

(December 1, 2020)--The COVID-19 outbreak has proven to be a harsh reality of 2020. So many lives have been lost. Nations worldwide are crumbling from the pressure. Governments are constantly attempting new means of survival to keep safe from the virus. There have been a series of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders... Read more →

Key Differences Between Absolute and Relative URLs

image courtesy of unsplash.com (December 1, 2020)--Novice webmasters and SEO optimizers are often confused by concepts of absolute and relative URLs. In this article, we will talk about these URL types, their differences, advantages, and disadvantages. What Is a Link? A link is a necessary tool by which a user or... Read more →

Beth Debouvre on the Global Economic Recovery Timeline

(December 1, 2020)--The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the global economy. Even though a swift recovery was feasible in some countries, returning to a sense of "normalcy" will take time for most parts of the world. The World Trade Organization (WTO) stated that global merchandise trade would shrink by 9.2%... Read more →

Alice Costello Elementary School Closed to Jan. 19

Alice Costello Elementary School will remain in remote learning until at least 1/19/21 November 25, 2020 Brooklawn Family, This afternoon, I attended a meeting with the Camden County Department of Health regarding COVID-19 and schools. In this meeting, the Camden County Department of Health informed all in attendance that the Camden... Read more →

Demystifying the Estate Plan with the Help of an Estate Planning Lawyer

image courtesy of unsplash.com (December 1, 2020)--Estate planning has a lot of misconceptions and is a complex and continually changing process. Ignoring estate planning can result in costly mistakes concerning time, stress, and capital for yourself, as well as your family. Connecting with an estate planning lawyer can help you avoid... Read more →

NJ Lawmakers Pushing for "Buy Local" Tax Credits and Buy American

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. Lawmakers say legislation would help New Jersey and U.S. companies stay afloat, ensure personal protective equipment is widely available statewide Businesses... Read more →

Help Others, Donate to Energy Assistance

Programs offer assistance to those struggling to pay their energy bill during the winter months and the ongoing health pandemic MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Nov. 30, 2020) – This Giving Tuesday, Atlantic City Electric is offering opportunities to give back locally through the Good Neighbor Energy Fund and Gift of Energy programs.... Read more →