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On Friday, health commissioner Judy Persichilli announced that the state has confirmed two cases of COVID-19 that are caused by a second strain — the variant is called B.1.1.7, and is associated with the U.K. This strain is more contagious than the original, but there's no evidence that it is more lethal. The cases: a man in Ocean County, plus a child in North Jersey. (Politico / WHYY) HOW BIDEN'S FIRST ORDERS WILL IMPACT NJ RESIDENTS This write-up by reporter Colleen O'Dea frames what you might be able to expect from Biden's first executive orders in Washington. He has already signed over 30 orders, including an extension of student loan deferment — that is, no interest will accrue until September 30. Other areas of concern... Read more →

ProPublica : Investigating New York City's Police Force, The Largest in The Nation

SERIES: THE NYPD FILES Images from videos obtained by ProPublica and THE CITY show New York City Detectives using chokehold. Source ProPublica Still Can’t Breathe How NYPD officers continue to use chokeholds — which can be deadly and are explicitly prohibited by the department — on civilians, while officers with substantiated claims of abuse go without any meaningful punishment. by Topher Sanders, ProPublica, and Yoav Gonen, THE CITY, video by Lucas Waldron, ProPublica Jan. 21, 5 a.m. EST Investigating America’s Largest Police Force ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. This story was co-published with THE CITY. The New York Police Department patrol guide is clear about chokeholds: They are... Read more →

Choosing Good Ink for Your Printer

With so many different ink options available, it can be hard choosing the best type for your printer. However, before you blindly stick with genuine cartridges, take a moment to check out our advice and get the best ink replacement for printer machines possible. Don’t Buy Genuine Ink The first step in getting good ink is to avoid buying genuine ink cartridges. This may come as a shock to you, especially because printer manufacturers spend a lot of money trying to convince you that their ink is the only viable option on the market. The reason you should avoid genuine ink is because the cartridges are filled less and you will pay more per page than any other product. The prices do not equate to... Read more →

CNB Medical: “Sandwich Generation” Caregivers

Taking care of their kids and their parents can keep many in the Sandwich Generation from saving for their own future—but help is available. (NAPSI)—The Sandwich Generation, named for the population of Americans caring for both their school-aged children and an aging parent or other relative, has been uniquely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent survey and white paper from New York Life, “Caregiving and COVID-19: How the pandemic is expanding the sandwich generation.” This is largely due to an enhanced demand on the typical type of care the generation provides as a result of the coronavirus’ effect on schooling, healthcare, and everyday work and life. The survey found it was largely millennials and particularly women shouldering the burden. How COVID-19 has... Read more →

Moorestown Police Investigating Home Burglary

MOORESTOWN, NJ --(January 24, 2021)--Saturday, January 23 at 7:38 am, Moorestown Gloucestercitynews.net files officers were dispatched to a report of a residential burglary that occurred in the 400 block of Crescent Ave near Pleasant Valley Ave. The resident arrived home and discovered that between about 9:00 am on 1/22/2021 and 7:30 am on 1/23/2021, someone forced open a garage window and entered the garage. The person then used force to open the door from the garage to the interior of the home. Assorted jewelry was stolen from the master bedroom. Anyone with information is asked to contact Moorestown PD Detectives at 856-914-3092 or detectives@moorestownpd.com. If you see suspicious activity don't hesitate to call police at 856-234-8300. If you see a crime in process, Call 911.... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Sock Drive

Help us help those who are in need, and THANK YOU to those who have donated a LARGE quantity so far! We are collecting NEW, unused socks at the GTPD Watch Desk, located at the front bottom floor of 1261 Chews Landing Road, Gloucester Township, NJ 08021 until February 19th! Those new socks will be be distributed to those in need this winter through one of our local homeless outreach programs. The first batch of sock distribution began on January 19th by our friends at One Love South Jersey. They delivered the socks to OperationKindness, Joseph's House of Camden, Anna Sample House, and Weekend Foundation! Great work, and thank you! Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd Gloucester Township, NJ 08021 Read more →

Skyrocketing Prescription Drug Prices: How to Save Cash on Them

Image by Wirestock The cost of prescription drugs in the US are continually rising. This has resulted in many consumers forgoing their medications. For example, insulin, a necessity for survival for Type 1 diabetes patients, has increased in price quadruple times. With this, consumers are left with hard choices—to buy or not to buy? The Rise of Prescription Drug Costs Health Affairs published a study in 2019 that examined the price list of brand-name and generic drugs. The data was from 2005 to 2016 based on a large pharmacy database. The study showed that newly developed drugs are to blame for most of the higher costs. However, the older brand-name drugs account for the largest price increase. Researchers found out that older brand-name drugs have... Read more →

$23.2 Million Powerball Jackpot in Passaic County

One Sussex County Ticket Wins $2,000,000 and One Passaic County Ticket Wins $1,000,000 TRENTON (Jan. 24, 2021) – New Jersey Lottery Executive Director James Carey announced that the only Powerball jackpot winning ticket from the Saturday, January 23, drawing was sold in New Jersey, winning the $23.2 million jackpot prize. The winning ticket was sold at Quick Mart, 155 Lakeview Ave., Clifton in Passaic County. That retailer will receive a $30,000 bonus commission for selling the winning ticket. “Congratulations to the winner of this multi-million-dollar jackpot! We encourage the winner to sign the back of the ticket, make a copy of both sides and put it in a safe place. We recommend contacting a financial advisor and an attorney before reaching out to Lottery officials... Read more →

Interesting Statistics about the Vietnam Memorial Wall

photo courtesy of Mark Phipps A little history most people will never know. There are 58,267 names now listed on that polished black wall, including those added in 2010. The names are arranged in the order in which they were taken from us by date and within each date the names are alphabetized. It is hard to believe it is 61 years since the first casualty. The first known casualty was Richard B. Fitzgibbon, of North Weymouth, Mass. Listed by the U.S. Department of Defense as having been killed on June 8, 1956. His name is listed on the Wall with that of his son, Marine Corps Lance Cpl Richard B. Fitzgibbon III, who was killed on Sept. 7, 1965. There are three sets of... Read more →

Five Tips When Traveling With Your Dog

by Ane Graham | CNBNews Contributor Fur parents increasingly see their pets as core family members, which means- it can be hard to leave the house without finding your best friend beside you. Peyton (Gloucestercitynews.net) Taking your dog on your next trek can make the trip a lot more fun though it also has its challenges. But if you’re aware of the steps you need to take, traveling with your pet wouldn’t be as difficult as you might think. Here are 5 tips to make your journey with your dog safe and enjoyable! Research Before going on a trip with your pup, do research. You should research the rules of having pets in the car (this would vary from state to state), pet-friendly accommodations, weather,... Read more →

Onah Ike Nwatu Succumbs

The Nwatu family regrets to inform you the painful and unexpected exit and transition to heaven of, Mr. Onah Ike Nwatu of Amechi Awkunanaw, Enugu State January 20, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife Dorothy Nwatu, children Cindy, Scott, Renee, late son Troy, and his 3 sisters. He will forever be irreplaceable and missed, and always in our hearts. Read more →

Cars from the 1950s and Early 1960s with the Added Continental Kit

(CNB News)(January 25, 2021)--Back in the day when you could tell the make of a car just by looking at it, there was a period when the so-called Continental kit accessory became a customizing aftermarket appearance that gave the vehicles that distinct flair. This external spare wheel mount was seen during the 1950s and early 1960s. It enhanced the “long and low” look that was so popular at the time. Continental kits and Imperial trunk bumps made a brief reappearance in the 1980s “pimpmobiles,” along with faux Rolls Royce Grilles, chrome wire wheels, and padded fabric top treatments. Contemporary examples of Continental kits are sometimes found on customized automobiles or fully-accessorized restorations from that era. It has become an iconic, retro accessory that typifies the... Read more →

Jersey Cash 5 Ticket Wins $2,033,234 Jackpot in Hudson County

TRENTON (Jan. 24, 2021) – One lucky ticket matched all five numbers drawn winning the $2,033,234 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from the Saturday, January 23, drawing. The winning numbers were: 05, 16, 18, 21, and 29 and the XTRA number was: 02. The retailer will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for the winning ticket sold. That ticket was sold at N & A Services Inc., 1054 Broadway, Bayonne in Hudson County. This is the largest Jersey Cash 5 jackpot ever, surpassing the previous record of $1.96 million in 2013. Drawings are daily at 10:57 pm and jackpots start at $100,000. Read more →

Double Murder in Edgewater Park

EDGEWATER PARK – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Edgewater Park Township Police Chief Robert D. Hess announced that two men were fatally shot early this morning at a residence in the 200 block of Dogwood Road. Police were called to the house just before 1 a.m. and discovered the bodies of James Gist III, 29, of Westampton and Marcus Thompson, 29, of Willingboro. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene. Approximately 10 people had gathered at the house to celebrate a birthday. The decedents were the only ones struck by gunfire. The motive for the shootings continues to be investigated. No arrests have been made. The homicides are being investigated by detectives from the Prosecutor's Office and the Edgewater Park Township Police Department.... Read more →

How Internet From Space Brings Faster Internet To Rural Areas

TECHNOLOGY IMPROVING OUR LIVES Enjoying a rural lifestyle no longer has to mean you have to give up the kind of Internet connectivity urban dwellers have, thanks to today’s out-of-this-world satellite systems. (NAPSI)—For many in the American countryside, signals from space have been most welcome for some time. That’s because, in many places, that’s the best way to get Internet service: via satellite. Then and Now While early systems may have been only a little better than dial-up, enormous improvements in high-capacity satellites mean they can deliver faster speeds and more data at a more affordable price. How It Works Satellite Internet doesn’t rely on terrestrial connections. That’s why it can keep people connected every day and even during disasters when other systems may be... Read more →

Larry King R.I.P.

by Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor January 23, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the death of Larry King: Larry King was perhaps the greatest interviewer of all time. Unlike today's cable news hosts, Larry came to the table without cue cards. There were no canned questions prepared by a producer, no teleprompter to lean on for support. Most of all, Larry listened. Larry asked a question and the guest answered. The next question was based on what the guest said. It was a conversation. He would listen attentively to what was said and would then dig deeper. And so on. Sounds fairly simple. But it isn't. Larry's gift was to make his guests feel relaxed, getting them to open up about matters... Read more →

CNB Books: Historical Fiction, Real-Life Thriller And Lovable Characters

To Round Out Your Reading List “The Ticket” by Karen Schutte (Green Spring Publishing) (NAPS)—A touching account of a true American family, filled with ambition, promises, love, loss and a legacy of survival. Destined to a life of servitude, Karl Kessel, a turn-of-the-century German immigrant from Yugoslavia, receives an unexpected gift: a ticket to America. Grasping his dream, he leaves behind his wife and two sons. In her debut historical novel, the first of a trilogy, Karen Schutte spins a compelling family story woven with rich historical detail. Her nuanced and unvarnished narrative exposes the harsh realities of life in the last century as the Kessels make their journey. Purchase at https://karenschutte.com/product/the-ticket. “Better Dead Than Divorced” by Lukas Konandreas (Hard Work Publications) “Better dead than... Read more →


USPS® and the Postal Inspection Service are aware of the circulation of a fake email/email scam claiming to be from USPS officials including the Postmaster General. Please know USPS officials would never reach out directly to consumers and ask for money or Personal Identifying Information (PII). Please read the information below to protect yourself from email scams and other kinds of consumer fraud. Click HERE to see an image of the fake email. If you ever receive an email about a package delivery or unpaid online postage charges, be careful. Some postal customers are receiving bogus emails featuring the subject line, “Delivery Failure Notification.” These emails appear to be from the U.S. Postal Service® and include language regarding an unsuccessful attempt to deliver a package.... Read more →

College of Charleston Students from NJ Named to President's List and Dean's List

CHARLESTON, SC (01/22/2021)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 2,600 students who were named to the President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2020. College of Charleston congratulates more than 2050 students who were named to the President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2020. Emily DeBaecke of Columbus (08022) was named to the Dean's List. DeBaecke is majoring in Psychology Sarah Decedue of Columbus (08022) was named to the President's List. Decedue is majoring in Dance and Biology Carolyn Pratt of Mount Holly (08060) was named to the President's List. Pratt is majoring in Undecided Elana Tiger of Absecon (08201) was named to the President's List. Tiger is majoring in Physical Education Emily Lucchesi of Wall Township (07719) was named to the President's List.... Read more →

Dorothy M. Maglio, of Mt. Ephraim, 93

Dorothy M. Maglio (nee Huntzman), on January 17, 2021, of Mt. Ephraim. Age 93. Beloved wife of John M. Loving mother of the late Robert. Dear grandmother of Dorothy Maglio and Jamie Maglio. Great grandmother of Stanley Zinkus, Angel Collazo, Colin Gibson and Marlena Gibson. Great-great grandmother of Briella, Gabriel and Marcelo. Cherished sister of Florence Taraschi. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Dorothy was a former member of Tavistock Country Club. Services are private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. www.stjude.org. Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing PA: Game Commission To Consider Expanded Sunday Hunting

Coming off a successful hunting season where additional Sunday hunting opportunities were permitted in Pennsylvania for the first time, the state game commission will have a discussion about expanding Sunday hunting for the 2021 season during its upcoming January meeting. The meeting will take place virtually, however the public has been invited to comment. On Saturday, January 23, the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners will have their first meeting of the year. In addition to setting 2021-2022 season dates and regulations, the Commission is also slated to discuss expanding Sunday hunting opportunities. The NRA-backed Sunday hunting legislation was signed into law in November of 2019. During the 2020 hunting season, three Sunday hunting dates were added to the season: one during the archery deer season,... Read more →

CNB BUSINESS: Target for new COVID scam: Small business owners

by Lesley Fair Attorney, Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC There’s a new coronavirus-related scam making the rounds, but this time the crooks are targeting small businesses. It starts with an email that claims to come from the “Small Business Administration Office of Disaster Assistance.” It says you’re eligible for a loan of up to $250,000 and asks for personal information like birth date and Social Security number. Let’s do a CSI-style investigation to spot clues that the email is a fake. Clue #1. You got an email or phone call out of the blue that claims to be from the IRS, the Social Security Administration, or – in this case – the Small Business Administration. The FTC has warned about government imposter scams... Read more →

What to know about the second round

of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) checks and cards January 22, 2021 by Cristina Miranda Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC The US Department of the Treasury and the IRS are working hard to get a second round of Economic Impact Payments (EIP) to people. You might have already gotten your payment direct deposited into your bank account. That started on December 29th. You might have gotten a check in the mail. But, like last time, some people will get their payment in the mail on an EIP VISA debit card. Don’t be surprised if the way you get this second round of payments is different than the first time. Whichever way you get your payment, it’s all money the government wants you to have,... Read more →

Pompton Lakes Gym Owner Among Suspects Charged with Involvement in Capitol Riot

Scott Kevin Fairlamb According to The New York Post Fairlamb is the owner of Fairlamb Fit in Pompton Lakes, N.J. photo courtesy of The New York Post Assailants Attacked Law Enforcement with Bats and Batons In Effort To Halt Certification of Presidential Election, according to FBI WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 23, 2021)– A D.C. man, a New Jersey man, and a Colorado man appeared today in United States district courts on charges stemming from their attacks on local and federal law enforcement officers, as well as other crimes, during the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 that disrupted a Joint Session of the U.S. Congress in the process of affirming Presidential election results. Emanuel Jackson, 20, of the District of Columbia, was charged by... Read more →

Jersey Cash 5, Jackpot $2 Million Drawing Tonight

Jersey Cash 5 Boasts the Biggest Cash Jackpot EVER TRENTON (Jan. 23, 2021) – New Jersey Lottery would like to announce the record-breaking jackpot for tonight’s Jersey Cash 5 drawing. The drawing for the all-cash jackpot of $2 million happens tonight at 10:57 pm, so be sure to get your tickets in time. The $2 million jackpot is the highest jackpot for Jersey Cash 5, ever – topping the 2013 record of $1.96 million. With daily drawings and jackpots starting at $100,000, seeing jackpots top the million-dollar milestone is a rare treat for the game’s loyal players, but the two-million-dollar jackpot breaks new ground for the Jersey Cash 5 record books. For just a dollar, Jersey Cash 5 is a great option for players to... Read more →

$1.05 Billion Mega Million Jackpot Ticket Sold in Michigan

One Michigan Ticket Wins $1.05 Billion Jackpot One Ocean County Ticket Wins $1,000,000 TRENTON (Jan. 23, 2021) – One Michigan ticket matched all five of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball drawn winning the $1.05 billion Mega Millions jackpot. The estimated cash value was $776.6 million. In New Jersey, there was one second-tier prizewinning ticket sold for the Friday, January 22, drawing that matched five of the five white balls drawn winning the $1,000,000 prize. The ticket was purchased at 7-Eleven #11027, 2075 Route 88, Brick in Ocean County. There were ten third-tier prizewinning tickets sold that matched four of the five white balls and the gold ball winning $10,000. Those tickets were purchased at the following locations: Bergen County: Krauszer’s Food... Read more →

CNB MEDICAL: No more needles?

Newswise — Blood draws are no fun. They hurt. Veins can burst, or even roll — like they’re trying to avoid the needle, too. Oftentimes, doctors use blood samples to check for biomarkers of disease: antibodies that signal a viral or bacterial infection, such as SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, or cytokines indicative of inflammation seen in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and sepsis. These biomarkers aren’t just in blood, though. They can also be found in the dense liquid medium that surrounds our cells, but in a low abundance that makes it difficult to be detected. Until now. Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a microneedle patch that can be applied to the skin,... Read more →

How bitcoin mining makes good sense

Bitcoin is developing as advanced cash utilized around the world. It is a sort of cash that is totally controlled and made sure about by PCs spread everywhere on the Web. An ever increasing number of individuals are beginning to utilize it. Visit at the-pool.com and you will get the tips regarding bitcoin trading and mining. In contrast to the straightforward US dollar or euro, the bitcoin is additionally a kind of installment framework, for example, PayPal or a charge card organization. You can stop it, spend it or exchange it. It tends to be moved economically and effectively, much the same as sending an email. Bitcoin permits Bitcoin permits you to make exchanges without uncovering your personality. All things considered, possessing one is still... Read more →

Congressman Norcross: COVID-19 Vaccine Update

New Jersey continues to roll out the COVID-19 vaccines in a phased approach to all adults who live, work or are being educated in the State. Below, please find links to a few of the major vaccine registration sites in Camden, Gloucester and Burlington counties. Vaccinating the State will take patience and time, as vaccination appointments depend on the number of vaccine doses that New Jersey receives each week and the number of frontline workers available to administer shots. County Sites Click below for additional information about local vaccination sites. Camden County Vaccination Center Gloucester County Mega Vaccination Center Burlington County COVID-19 Vaccine Mega-Site at the Moorestown Mall Rowan Medicine Vaccination Center Vaccine Resources For information on vaccines for veterans, click here. To view all... Read more →

Ways to Improve Your Fleet’s Processes and Policies

Fleet management is a broad term to describe a highly detailed job. Anyone in the industry understands the challenges associated with creating and maintaining a fleet that can combine safety, productivity, profitability, longevity, and those are only some of the components necessary for success. Creating a business plan where much of your operations happen off-site can result in missed opportunities but there are tools at your disposal to ensure that that does not happen. These tools and plans can also be great resources during times of growth, business decline, or and restructuring, meaning that there is never a wrong time to evaluate your equipment or your strategies. Safety and Tracking When speaking in terms of on the road trucking, safety is a top concern. If... Read more →

Start your Coaching Career with the Best Coach Training Certification Courses 

If you are looking to build a career, then an effective coach training program can prove to be the crucial factor for your success. A professional coach training program is all the skill-building you will need. It will provide you all information about your internal self and develop a deeper understanding of augmenting human intelligence, developing motivational factors, and improving perspectives. A coach training program will allow you to create a better problem-solving ability and train you to unlock others' potential. When it comes to the training, here is a list of what an expert coach offers. Effective communication skills Ability to ask the right questions at the right time to stimulate the mind of a person Ability to understand the external factors and the... Read more →

New York State Man Charged with Destroying Property in the Capitol Building

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A New York State man was taken into custody and charged today with unlawful entry, destruction of government property and obstruction of an official proceeding. Dominic Pezzola, 43, also known as “Spaz” and “Spazzo,” of Rochester, New York, was charged by criminal complaint with one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1512(c)(2); one count of destruction of government property, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1361; and one count of knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section1752(a). Following a hearing in the Western District of New York, Pezzola was ordered detained. The affidavit in... Read more →

Tourist Guide To One-Day Tour In Hong Kong

HONG KONG image courtesy of unsplash.com Planning to cover the best of Hong Kong tourist attractions in one day can be a tall task. There is so much to see in this place that you may want to experience it all without stopping. Its food can be the perfect way to tickle your tastebuds, and sights and sceneries can leave you craving for more. Nevertheless, whether you have a time constraint or not, you can still soak in this destination's real vibe by covering a few must-visit sites. Here are some recommendations to help you in this mission of yours. Kowloon Park Visiting Kowloon Park early in the morning would allow you to get a glimpse of its serenity and busy streets. You would come... Read more →

Playwright August Wilson Takes Center Stage on U.S. Postal Service Commemorative Stamp

WHAT: The U.S. Postal Service will honor August Wilson with a commemorative Forever stamp in the Black Heritage series. News of the stamp is being shared with hashtags#AugustWilsonForever and #BlackHeritageStamps. WHO: Dr. Joshua D. Colin, vice president, Delivery Operations, U.S. Postal Service Constanza Romero, trustee of the August Wilson Trust and widow of August Wilson Sakina Ansari, daughter ofAugust Wilson WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, at 11:30 a.m. EST WHERE: The virtual stamp event will be hosted on the U.S. Postal Service Facebook and Twitter pages. For more information, visitusps.com/blackheritage-augustwilson. A pictorial postmark of the First Day of Issue location in Pittsburgh is available atusps.com/stamps. BACKGROUND: The 44th stamp in the Black Heritage series honors playwright August Wilson (1945-2005), who brought fresh perspectives and previously... Read more →

Additional $600M Ship Contract Secured for Philly Shipyard

CHERRY HILL, NJ – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) released the following statement today after the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced it is authorizing the construction of two additional National Security Multi-Mission Vessels (NSMV) at the Philly Shipyard: “This additional shipbuilding contract is a great win for South Jersey and the Philadelphia region, and it is truly welcome news for all of us who have supported the effort for years,” said Congressman Norcross. “This contract will generate jobs during this economic and public health crisis, and I’ll continue to work closely with the Maritime Administration, Philly Shipyard officials and our partners in labor to grow our workforce and bring new opportunities to the region.” This contract, valued at approximately $600 million, follows... Read more →


Jan 22, 2021 | Close readers of the Weekly Wastebasket will only need to stretch their memories to last Friday (which seems to have been a month ago, we agree) to recall that Taxpayers for Common Sense made “Four Point Six” recommendations for the Biden Administration on various federal agencies. These were a series of actions we suggested the administration could immediately implement to start off on the right fiscally-balanced foot. You don’t remember them all? Well, a lot has happened in the last week, so we’ll pause while you refresh your memory on our many common sense recommendations. Pro tip: pay particular attention to our recommendations to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Now read this January 20, 2021 letter to the incoming... Read more →

"Crank" Overdose Deaths Rise Nationwide, According to Study

NIH-supported study finds biggest increase among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Non-Hispanic American Indians and Alaska Natives: Overdose deaths involving methamphetamine rose from 4.5 to 20.9 per 100,000 people ages 25 to 54 during 2011-2018. NIDA Methamphetamine overdose deaths surged in an eight-year period in the United States, according to a study that will published today in JAMA Psychiatry.The analysis revealed rapid rises across all racial and ethnic groups, but American Indians and Alaska Natives had the highest death rates overall. The research was conducted at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health. Deaths involving methamphetamines more than quadrupled among non-Hispanic American Indians and Alaska Natives from 2011-2018 (from 4.5 to 20.9 per 100,000 people) overall, with sharp... Read more →

Bob Evans Farms Inc. Recalls Pork Sausage Product

Due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination WASHINGTON, Jan. 21, 2021– Bob Evans Farms, Inc. (“Bob Evans”), a Xenia, Ohio establishment, is recalling approximately 4,200 pounds of pork sausage product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically thin blue rubber, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw, pork sausage item was produced on December 17, 2020. The following products are subject to recall: [View Labels (PDF only)] 1-lb. chubs containing “Bob Evans Italian Sausage” with lot code 0352 and a “USE/FRZ BY” date of “JAN 31 21” represented on the label. The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 6785” printed directly above the “USE/FRZ BY” date. These items were shipped to retail locations in Indiana,... Read more →

5 Benefits Of Using CBD As Your Organic Natural Supplement

Choosing the perfect organic supplement for you can be quite a difficult task, especially since there are so many different ones on the market and since all of those are advertised as being absolutely amazing. There is no doubt that some of them certainly are amazing, but we cannot deny the fact that there are also some poor quality products out there that you should avoid at all cost. So, the first thing to do is learn how to differentiate between those high and poor-quality supplements, before opting for the specific one you want to use. CBD is certainly one of those amazing natural supplements that qualify as high quality. So, if you have decided to use it, then you have definitely made the right... Read more →

Schedule your COVID-19 Vaccination

The Camden County Board of Commissioners, in a joint public health effort with Cooper University Health Care and Jefferson Health – New Jersey, will begin vaccinating individuals at the Camden County Vaccination Center located at Camden County College – Blackwood Campus. On-line scheduling is available now. PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE. REVIEW ALL INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE YOU SCHEDULE. The New Jersey Department of Health, following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, has established a phased priority group process for administering the vaccine. The State of New Jersey has expanded eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to several million more people in the state. The eligibility has been expanded to include Phase 1a and certain individuals in Phase 1b plus all the... Read more →

John "Doc" E. Cunningham, Sr., of Gloucester City, Retired Thermoseal Employee, Volunteer Fireman

On January 19, 2021, Age 73, of Gloucester City. Born in Camden, NJ he was the son of the late Walter and Alice (Britton) Cunningham. John is survived by his loving daughter, Melissa Anderson (Rob); cherished grandchildren, Angel, Christopher, John, Stephanie; brothers, Walter Cunningham, William Cunningham; sisters, Nancy Roscoe, Dolly Rotchford and Beatrice Cunningham; he is also predeceased by his wife, Patricia (McKernan) Cunningham and grandchildren, Christina and Joyce. John worked for 35 years as a fabricator with Thermoseal Industries in Gloucester City. He was an associate member of the Pine Grove Fire Association from1975 to 2007. Honoring his wishes, there will be no viewing or services. Burial will be held privately at a later date. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.comunder the... Read more →

NJBIA Supports Legislation Calling for Regional Reopening Plan 

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is testifying today in strong support of a bill that will direct Gov. Phil Murphy to develop and implement a county-based mitigation plan to allow businesses to operate during a pandemic. Citing specific regional reopening approaches currently applied in New York and Pennsylvania in testimony submitted to the Senate Commerce Committee, NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Christopher Emigholz said the intent of bill S-3093 is to move New Jersey away from its one-size-fits-all model to benefit areas of the state less impacted by COVID-19. “The entire economy and all of our tax revenue would not have to suffer as much with this scalpel approach instead of a blunter statewide edict, while public health will still be appropriately... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Dispute Over Efficacy of Pfizer Vaccine

The First Dose of the Pfizer Vaccine Gives About 50% COVID Protection, Not 91% Claimed by Those Who Want to Speed Up Immunization 15-Jan-2021 8:55 AM EST, by Newswise An article published by The Sun and another article in The Evening Standard reported that the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine gives "91 per cent protection" from COVID-19 after just the first dose. The article refers to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. In a push to speed up the immunization in the UK, politicians such as former MP Tony Blair urged a faster roll out of the first vaccine in order to stop the surge of the virus, before stocks of a second dose are ready. Professor David Salisbury, in charge of immunization... Read more →

What are the bitcoin results of emerging new investors?

With the declaration of the decentralized computerized cash, an ever increasing number of individuals and organizations have begun utilizing bitcoins. Albeit the money is as yet in its test stage, it is routinely refreshed and retweeted to improve it however much as could be expected. Dissimilar to other financial organizations, bitcoins are not constrained by anybody. The organization has a bunch of conventions that are shielded from encryption. It is another installment framework that has no focal power other than encryption (open source programming that works with numerical guidelines) that handles creation and exchanges, making it difficult to cheat around the framework. You can just click here and find out all the details are available. Like each new arising pattern, Bitcoin has points of interest... Read more →

Lawrence W. Bruni "Larry", of Bellmawr, 74

Lawrence W. Bruni "Larry", on January 19, 2021, of Bellmawr. Age 74. Beloved son of the late Lawrence Sr. and Dolores. Loving brother of Dolores Ferrara "Sis" (Phil) "Swizz". Dear uncle of Philip Ferrara and Valerie Capobianco (Faust Sr.). Great uncle to Faust Capobianco, Jr. Also survived by many family members and friends. Larry proudly served in the United States Army. He was a member of the Blueberry Hill Hunting Club and worked for Staple Ford Chevrolet. There will be a viewing from 9am to 10am on Thursday at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 10:30am at Annunciation BVM Church, Bellmawr. Interment New Saint Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. Read more →

BUSINESS TRENDS Texts: Good, Cliches: Bad

(NAPSI)—When it comes to succeeding in business, it’s important to know what not to say and how not to say it. Fortunately, a recent survey can help you and your firm avoid these pitfalls. What Not To Say For example, people have a low tolerance for work jargon. When asked what work phrases they hate the most, respondents replied: 1.Per my last e-mail: 32% 2.We’re all in this together: 32% 3.Blue sky thinking: 29% 4.Did you get that thing I sent you?: 28% 5.Let’s touch base: 27% 6.Let’s circle back: 23% 7.Can you get this to me EOD?: 23% 8.Let’s table that: 21% 9.Let’s get this offline: 12% Essentially, the key to getting people to read and respond to a message is to keep it... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: COVID-19 vaccine ad void leaves states with millions of doses

Steve Miller / RealClearInvestigations/THE CENTER SQUARE On Interstate 59, a neon billboard used by the Alabama Department of Public Health advises motorists to get their flu and pneumonia vaccines. Placards placed atop gas pumps around the state also promote the flu Gloucestercitynews.net files vaccine. But the vaccine that will quell COVID-19, a virus that has killed 400,000 nationwide, crippled businesses and prompted governments to force onerous restrictions on the public, gets no mention. Karen Landers, a spokeswoman for the Alabama Department of Health, said the state has “no specific marketing campaign going on” because “the vaccine supply is less than the demand, here and nationwide.” Alabama, though, has plenty of medicine and many residents wondering how to get it. Records show that the state has... Read more →