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February 16, 2021

How to Find Professional Essay Writers for Your College Paper

College papers are frequent, versatile, and most of the time - highly demanding. Before you get to college, you have this idea that it will all be parties and hanging out with friends. People keep telling you that this will be ‘’the best time of your life’’ Soon after you enroll,... Read more →


How to Prepare for Your First UTV Race

Initially used at farms and ranches for hard work, UTVs are now the latest rage in hardcore racing. These powerful machines can cross any challenging terrain, from desert dunes and steep sludge hills to forest paths, mud trails, rocky ledges, and many more. While many people still use the “work” side-by-sides,... Read more →


Monmouth County announce vaccination rescheduling due to delay in shipment

FREEHOLD, NJ – On behalf of the Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners, Commissioner Director Thomas A. Arnone and Commissioner Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley have announced that vaccine appointments scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 17 are being moved to Friday, Feb. 19 due to a delay in vaccine deliveries. “The County... Read more →


Pave Your Road To Financial Independence

....With A Ticket To Work Service Provider (NAPSI)—This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This law mandates equal opportunities for people with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places that are open to the public. In... Read more →


The Wonders Cod Liver Oil Can do For Your Health

Cod liver oil is a nutrient-filled supplement. It is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid(DHA), as well as vitamins A&D. Whether you are getting your daily intake from food high in the nutrient, such as mackerel, salmon and sardines, or you take cod liver oil tablets,... Read more →


5 Bitcoin Investment Strategies You Should Try Out Now

In the vast sphere of bitcoin investments, success is at the offing for those who are patient. And for those who know how to be wise about cryptocurrency trading. We gathered information from crypto-experts and have come up with 8 bitcoin strategies you should try out to get you leaps and... Read more →


Frank T. Clayton Jr. of Gloucester City

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Frank T. Clayton Jr. of Gloucester City, New Jersey, born in Atlantic City, New Jersey, who passed away on February 5, 2021, at the age of 90, leaving to mourn family and friends. Family and friends can send flowersand condolences... Read more →


CNBNews Cheers & Jeers January & February 2021

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews CHEER--The Gloucester High Lady Lions are off to a great start; they are unbeaten through their first seven games. Way to Go Lions. JEER—The recent snowstorms have made it very difficult for people walking, especially when the owner of the property doesn't clear the snow... Read more →


Pennsylvania 2020 job losses rival Great Recession

By Christen Smith | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The job market in Pennsylvania shrank across all sectors in 2020, rivaling record lows set during the Great Recession a decade earlier, according to a new report. The Allegheny Institute for Public Policy analyzed state employer payroll data to measure... Read more →


CNBNews Salutes NJ College Students

The University of Tampa Honors Dean's List Students for the Fall 2020 Semester TAMPA, FL (02/12/2021)-- The University of Tampa has honored 1,762 students who were named to the dean's list for the Fall 2020 semester. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or higher to be eligible for the dean's... Read more →


Assembly Candidate Jesse Kurtz Receiving Strong Support

Early Support Coalesces Behind Kurtz for Assembly Mayor Hanselmann, Council President Ricci, Committeeman Parker and Committeeman Ruggieri back Kurtz for Assembly Atlantic City, NJ – Second District Assembly candidate Jesse Kurtz, who launched his campaign on February 3rd, today announced his first round of endorsements from across the Second District. The... Read more →


The Home of Trump's Attorney Vandalized

WEST WHITELAND TOWNSHIP, PA--The West Whiteland Township Police Department is investigating a vandalism that occurred on Friday, February 12, 2021, in the 500 block of Anthony's Drive. An unknown person(s) spray painted the residents' driveway and threw eggs at the front door. According to the Associated Press, the incident occurred at... Read more →


Victor C. Dickerson "Vic' of Deptford

July 2, 1961 - February 11, 2021 Deptford- Victor C. Diickerson "Vic". On February 11, 2021. Age 59. Born in Camden, NJ he was the son of the late Anthony and Edna (Barrow) Ignatovich. Vic is survived by his sons, Michael Dickerson (Ariel), Victor Dickerson; grandchildren, Spencer, Katlyn, Cheyanne, Daniel; sister,... Read more →


STEPS TO MAKE A DIGITAL WALL CALENDAR FOR BETTER WORK OPPORTUNITY

The wall calendar is not a new concept, and people use it for visualizing days and months. It is quite helpful for people to plan and structure their activities accordingly. Scheduling was quite simple earlier; meetings and events got recorded on wall calendars for reminders. However, in today's time when everything... Read more →


Individual Parenting Education in Philadelphia Shelters for the First Time!

​Parents as Teachers (PAT) ​PHILADELPHIA, PA--Parents as Teachers brings an evidenced based home visiting curriculum to parents in Philadelphia shelters who have children younger than age five through the outreach team at People’s Emergency Center who developed Building Early Links for Learning in 2017. Families are paired with their very own... Read more →


$1 Trillion Plus Federal COVID Relief Bill Could Allocate Billions for New Jersey

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics Love Your Money (The Center Square)(Feb. 16, 2021)-- – The federal government could allocate more than $9.4 billion to support local governments across New Jersey as part of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill Congress is considering. The Democrat-sponsored measure includes $350 billion in funding for state, local and... Read more →