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February 18, 2021

NJ Health Officials Suggests People Wear Two Masks!!! Enough Already!!

NEW JERSEY NEWS COMMONS MURPHY SAYS COVID-19 VARIANT WILL SLOW REOPENING Yesterday, Gov. Phil Murphy said that the B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19 could pose a serious threat to the state's recovery from the pandemic. 50 people here have been infected with it already. "The variant sort of hangs over our head,"... Read more →


Sewer Break Discharges Water Into St. Jones River

Public Advised to Avoid Length of River from Dover to Bowers Until Wastewater Spill is Dispersed The Kent County Levy Court Public Works is currently addressing a force main break, causing wastewater to flow into the St. Jones River. The public should avoid contact with the water in the St. Jones... Read more →


Marie Debbie Plummer, of Woodlynne

On February 11, 2021. Age 55. Of Woodlynne (nee Fithian). Loving and devoted wife of 30 years to Paul J. Plummer. Loving mother of Kyle Plummer and Brandy Plummer. Cherished daughter of Mary Fithian and the late Edward A. Fithian, Sr. Beloved sister of Janene Bostedt (Charles) and Edward A. Fithian,... Read more →


Denise J. Madjeski, of Sicklerville, Medical Tech, Teacher, Brooklawn UMC Parishioner

Sicklerville- On February 13, 2021. Age 64. (nee Burkhardt) Loving and devoted wife of 41 years to Gregory J. Madjeski. Loving mother of Rebekah Guckin (Brandon) and Benjamin Madjeski (Alyssa). Cherished grandmother of Christian and Charlotte Guckin. Beloved sister of Barbara Cohen (Steven). Beloved daughter of the late Theodore and Jane... Read more →


What are the bitcoin trading aspects now?

Bitcoin representatives are turning out to be progressively significant with regards to exchanging bitcoins. At the point when you locate the correct merchant, you are on target to get your cash's worth since they are regularly delivered at an expected and declining rate. After some time, the number of bitcoins made... Read more →


*IRS Criminal Investigation reminds taxpayers to file accurate returns

As tax-filing season approaches, IRS Criminal Investigation reminds taxpayers to file accurate returns; Choose a tax preparer carefully Philadelphia — The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) reminded taxpayers today to file accurate tax returns and choose a tax preparer wisely. The nation’s tax season started on Friday, February 12,... Read more →


Three Sons Restoration Assessed $2.7M Owed to Workers; Carpenters Union Happy

New Jersey Carpenters Union Applauds NJDOL Investigation into NJ Contractor who owes workers $1.2M in Unpaid Wages (Edison)- The Eastern Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters applauded the efforts of the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) who today announced that Three Sons Restoration LLC of Union, NJ... Read more →


Eleanor "Mac" Loughery, of Gloucester City, age 99; Devoted St. Mary's Parishioner, GHS Alum

Gloucester City – On February 13, 2021. Age 99. (nee Mackey). Loving wife of 30 years to the late John M. Loughery. Loving mother of Thomas Loughery and his wife, Jane. Predeceased by her children, Michael Loughery, John M. Loughery, Jr. and Theresa Loughery. Beloved mother-in-law of Bernadette Loughery. Cherished grandmother... Read more →


How bitcoin is working for remittance companies

Over 10 years have passed since cryptocurrency started to pull in individuals via web-based media and particularly the Web. Bitcoin has figured out how to rank among the top cryptographic forms of money today, with nobody knowing the specific starting point of the cash, in spite of the fact that it... Read more →


Union College Athletes Seeking Signatures for their #LetThemPlay Petition

https://gloucestercitynews.net SCHENECTADY, NY(CNBNews) --A group of Union College athletes started a petition called #LetThemPlay - in a few days, it got almost 900 signatures from parents and athletes. Although some colleges have announced they will be playing a Spring College season - many are not playing and others have not made... Read more →


The Miracles of Painting Service that You Should Know

Searching for great painting services can be stressful and time-consuming. This is because painting is not about taking the brush and paint alone, it requires a lot of surface preparations, paint selection, painting company certification, and many laws that you need to adhere to before painting. You should look for an... Read more →


SURVEY SAYS: Only Half of Americans Will Get Vaccinated

Safety and Efficacy Concerns Drive Their Unwillingness NEW YORK—A groundbreaking “Back-to-Normal Barometer” survey for the first time finds that half of Americans say that they will receive a COVID-19 vaccine once it becomes available for them to receive it. Driving this lack of enthusiasm, 60% of people surveyed don’t believe a... Read more →


Why people are crazy about investing in bitcoin?

Bitcoin isn't an item, and it is anything but an organization, that is a certain something, that is a certain something. So can the variables that were utilized to credit a previous air pocket be utilized on a cryptocurrency? I truly don't believe it's that simple. Most importantly, answer an inquiry... Read more →


*The Camden County Hero Scholarship Program Accepting Applications

The Camden County Hero Scholarship is pleased to announce its’ 2021 Scholarship Program. Three $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who have a parent actively serving Camden County, or they themselves serve Camden County in a public safety capacity. One award will be presented in each field... Read more →


Mary E. Tilghman, of Brooklawn

Mary E. Tilghman June 10, 1938 - February 16, 2021 (nee Brodeur) Passed away peacefully on February 16, 2021 of Brooklawn, NJ, formerly of Barrington, NJ, age 82yrs. Beloved wife of the late Thomas. Devoted mother of Thomas (Tammy), Theresa Spurka (William), Tamara Stevens (William), and the late Theodore. Dear sister... Read more →


Benny on The Block Video: THE GREAT WALL THAT NANCY BUILT...Six Miles Long!

image courtesy of Benny on the Block For YEARS Nancy Pelosi has told us that walls are racist, evil, and immoral. “It’s not who we are as a nation,” she preached. THOSE WERE ALL LIES PEOPLE. Because she felt threatened, Washington, D.C. has set up perhaps the greatest wall in America.... Read more →


Why everyone should invest in bitcoin?

Throughout the most recent couple of months, I've seen a sharp ascent in the estimation of the bitcoin. I didn't have the foggiest idea what Wikipedia was and had never known about cryptocurrency a couple of months prior. Yet, with the new government and media consideration regarding digital currencies, they have... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Receives Okay for New Electric Vehicle Programs

The new suite of programs will support the development of 3,250 EV charging ports in public spaces, businesses, and homes across southern New Jersey MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Feb. 17, 2021) – Atlantic City Electric has received approval from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) to implement a suite of... Read more →


How Do You Find Life Insurance to Buy Online?

Life changes such as having a baby or getting married might prompt you to search for life insurance. Even if you already have a policy, you may want to review the coverage to see whether you need more. Having this insurance is critical for your financial security. Still, many people don't... Read more →


Cape May County Authorities Need Your Help

Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Middle Township Police Chief Christopher Leusner request the public's assistance in identifying two vehicles involved in a shooting in the Whitesboro section of Middle Township on the evening of February 15, 2021. Gloucestercitynews.net files At 7:09... Read more →