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March 28, 2021

Should You Change Yourself Before Asking for Her Hand in Marriage?

Is there a need to change who you are because you finally found the love of your life? Some people have a hard time answering this question. You want to change yourself to be better and deserving of your partner. At the same time, you also don’t want to change who you are to impress someone else. It’s one thing when you are still in the early stages of your relationship. It takes a different meaning once you already decided to get married. Start by changing your bad habits At your age, you already know what your terrible qualities are. You might want to start there. It might not be easy to change them, but you know it’s the right thing to do. If you’re... Read more →

Congressman Norcross Releases COVID Information

New Jersey is partnering with 68 Walmart and Sam’s Club sites state-wide to offer dedicated appointments to people age 65+. If you have not yet received your COVID-19 vaccine, Congressman Donald Norcross encourages you to sign-up and get vaccinated. For more information, please see below. WHAT? 65+ Appointments partnership with Walmart & Sam's Club WHERE? 14 Walmart sites in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem Counties, plus an additional 54 Walmart or Sam's Club sites across the state RSVP: Contact the Call Center at 856-249-7007 to schedule an appointment at select Walmart sites. Call Walmart / Sam’s Club directly to book appointments at the remaining sites. Read more →

New PATCO Timetable Starts Monday

Slight adjustments are made to weekday evening departure times The new schedule adjusts the departure times of weekday evening trains. The morning and afternoon rush hours, daytime, owl service, and weekend departure times remain the same. The schedule continues to provide a high level of service with appropriate social distancing for customers based on current ridership statistics. View the Schedule Mask Up, Today & Every Day on Public Transit! Forgot your face-covering? Free face masks are available weekday mornings in our NJ stations. Stop by a stand and pick one up! Join Our Team! DRPA and PATCO offer career opportunities for positive and motivated team players who desire to be a part of and contribute to our stewardship mission. We currently have opening(s) for the... Read more →

SYPWAI - development of the neural networks

SYPWAI is a project that today has been considered as one of the most promising among the existing ones. In 2018, Theneurosphere, the founder of the SYPWAI platform, has won a grant of $90 million, as well as the opportunity for partnership with the largest laboratory - Lifeasapa, to present the project to the world. The slogan of the SYPWAI project is “Solve your problem with AI”. The slogan means that the company managed to gain its recognition and become the most popular among the largest corporations and holdings in the world. "Solve your problem with AI" SYPWAI's motto means not only the opportunity to work with big businesses but also providing ordinary people with work. The company provides an opportunity for regular users to... Read more →

7 Ways to Ensure Your Child Gets a Good Education

The Oxford Method, a tutoring community, offers tips to help your child be successful in school NEW YORK, NEW YORK – (March 25, 2021) – Over the last year, during the pandemic, there have been many kids who have struggled academically. This is in part due to the millions who have had to do online learning and find the setup difficult. Whether children are learning online, in person, via classroom or through a combination of the three, there are things that parents can do to help them be more successful. Knowing what to do can help make a world a difference and reduce the struggling. “Many parents are aware of the way their kids are struggling with school over this school year,” explains David Florence,... Read more →

FBI Most Wanted: Diego Alfonso DeLeon Mejia Wanted for Murder in Paterson, NJ

x DESCRIPTION Aliases: Diego Deleon, Diego A. De Leon, Diego Deleon-Mejia, Diego Mejia Date(s) of Birth Used: May 29, 1999 Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Height: 5'6" Weight: 150 to 160 pounds Sex: Male Race: Black NCIC: W283295977 CAUTION Diego Alfonso De Leon Mejia is wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder of another man at a gas station in Paterson, New Jersey, on May 16, 2019. The victim was shot and killed. On May 31, 2019, Diego Alfonso De Leon Mejia was charged with murder and possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose by the Paterson Municipal Court, State of New Jersey, and a state warrant was issued for his arrest. A federal arrest warrant was issued by the United States District Court, District... Read more →

CNB Travel News: Visit Philly

March 27, 2021 Dear Colleague, It’s spring! We marked the start of the season by launching an 11-week campaign to help drive day and overnight visitation. Called "Pack Light. Plan Big. For Philly.," the integrated tourism marketing campaign — our largest effort since COVID-19 began impacting Philadelphia in March 2020 — focuses on the ease of visiting Philadelphia, inviting leisure travelers to safely reconnect with those they have missed over the last year and experience the region’s varied offerings both indoors and out. This campaign comes as new research shows that Americans are beginning to spend money on travel as vaccinations increase. To generate hotel stays and boost our attractions, we’re supporting and promoting two free-parking-and-attraction-ticket offers: a fresh iteration of theVisit Philly Overnight Hotel... Read more →

FBI Recognizing Accomplishments of Women in the Workforce

During this Women’s History Month, the FBI is recognizing the accomplishments of women in our workforce. Women in the FBI don't just break down doors—they break barriers and make change. Learn more below about some of the women in FBI leadership and how they are making a difference every day. Larissa Knapp (right) Executive Assistant Director, Human Resources Branch Why did you join the FBI? My parents instilled in me at an early age the need to contribute and make a difference. As a result, I wanted to join an organization where I felt I could make a difference while simultaneously giving back to our community. The FBI met that mark—and provided me the opportunity to work outside my comfort zone while leveraging my background... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: Know Your Trout

Do You Know Your Trout? How well do you know your trout? This is an important question we have been asking anglers like you. Maryland waters are home to one native trout species: brook trout. Mostly found in the streams and rivers of Western Maryland, the presence of brook trout indicates that a stream is healthy. While fishing for brook trout is allowed, the department is trying to protect this species with rules limiting take of these fish. Each year, the Department of Natural Resources stocks golden, rainbow, and brown trout for fishing. It is important that anglers know how to tell these species apart. Test your trout ID skills here! And check out our new pocket guide to learn how to identify Maryland's trout... Read more →

AFL-CIO Women's History Month Profiles: Lauren Brennan

This year, for Women's History Month, we're taking a look at a group of leaders who are currently active making women's history across the labor movement. Check back daily for a new profile and meet some of the people working to improve not only their community, but also to improve conditions for working people across the country. Today's profile is Laurel Brennan. Laurel Brennan is currently serving her seventh term as the secretary-treasurer of the New Jersey State AFL-CIO, a position she has held since 1997. She is the first woman to be elected to this position in New Jersey. Brennan began her career in the labor movement with an internship with the New Jersey State Federation of Teachers. She also worked for the International... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA, PA--In order to make COVID-19 vaccine easily accessible to all Philadelphians, the Health Department has partnered with a variety of vaccine providers to set up clinics and give out vaccine. In addition to these partner clinics, the City is running mass vaccine clinics that can vaccinate up to 500 people per day in neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia. Who is eligible to come to a City-run mass vaccine clinic? All City-run mass vaccine clinics are open to Philadelphia residents only. Residents who meet the Philadelphia Phase 1a and 1b criteria are eligible currently and can be vaccinated. People who do not live in Philadelphia are NOT eligible to come to ANY Philadelphia clinic. What do you need to go to a City-run mass vaccine clinic? People... Read more →