« March 29, 2021 | Main | March 31, 2021 »

March 30, 2021

North Wildwood Man Charged with Attempted Human Trafficking of a Child and other Charges

WOODBURY, NJ (March 30, 2021)--Gloucester County Acting Prosecutor Christine A. Hoffman announces that Robert C. Reinhart (DOB 10/03/1968) of North Wildwood, NJ, was arrested on March 29, 2021, and charged with one count of Attempted Human Trafficking of a Child (1st Degree), Luring of a Child (2nd Degree), and Attempted Sexual... Read more →


Elementary School Alumni of Archdiocese of Philadelphia Honored for Raising Money to Fight Leukemia & Lymphoma

The students and their families raised over $150,000 to fight Leukemia and Lymphoma Pauline Hartman, Alexa Mervine, and Barbara Nather are three Archdiocese of Philadelphia Elementary School alumni who were recently recognized by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) as “Students of the Year 2021” for raising $153,336.96 for the Delaware... Read more →


Dunkin' Philadelphia Regional Scholarship Program is accepting applications through April 30

Dunkin’ of Greater Philadelphia to Award $50,000 in Scholarships to Regional High School and College Students Philadelphia, Pa. (March 15, 2021) – Dunkin' and its greater Philadelphia-area franchisees today announced the launch of its twelfth annual Dunkin' Philadelphia Regional Scholarship Program, which will award $50,000 in scholarships to area high school... Read more →


Tips to Help You Decide the MOST PROFITABLE BUSINESS MODEL FOR YOUR STARTUP

INTRODUCTION Startups are usually the product of massive, creative, and brilliant ideas. Even the most creative idea, though, will easily fade and die if it is not properly executed. That is why a sound, sustainable business model must be at the core of any successful startup. You should be targeting a... Read more →


Rowan's August, Agyemang and Kokolis Earn NJAC Athlete of the Week Honors

PITMAN, NJ – Softball player Emily August and track & field athletes Nana Agyemang and Nick Kokolis earned New Jersey Athlete of the Week (NJAC) honors. August was named the NJAC Pitcher of the Week while Agyemang was selected the NJAC Track Athlete of the Week. Kokolis was chosen the NJAC... Read more →


Gregory Stevens, of Philadelphia Arrested for Robbery; Suspect was Wearing Ankle-Monitor

Charged with Armed Robbery of Kensington Pharmacy PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Gregory Stevens, 27, of Philadelphia, PA, was arrested today and charged by Indictment with Hobbs Act robbery and using a firearm during a crime of violence. The Indictment alleges that on February 22,... Read more →


CNBNews Pet Tips: Discover These Dog-Friendly Travel Destinations

by Mike Powell | CNBNews Contributor Swan on the Lake (image Pixabay) The warm season calls for a much-deserved vacation—the only time you get to turn off your work notifications, find a house sitter, and pack your bags to savor every moment outside. But, if you are like many people, you... Read more →


NJ Senate Amends Marijuana Laws

Todd DeFeo / The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The state Senate has approved – and the governor has signed – legislation to amend New Jersey’s recently enacted marijuana legalization laws. A-5472/S-3565 amends a section of the law that bars law enforcement officers from alerting parents when a child... Read more →


NRA-ILA: Kamala Harris is Lying. She and Others are Coming After Your Guns

Vice President Kamala Harris sat for a segment with “CBS This Morning” in which she advocated for a raft of gun control measures. On Wednesday March 24, Vice President Kamala Harris sat for a segment with “CBS This Morning” in which she advocated for a raft of gun control measures. During... Read more →


New Jersey Students Named to The Dean's List at MCPHS University

BOSTON, Massachusetts March 29, 2021 - MCPHS University is pleased to announce the students who have been named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2020 semester: * Marina Ahmed is a native of Penns Grove, N.J. (08069) and is pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy. Marina will graduate from the Boston,... Read more →


Delaware to Issue 1000 additional Surf fishing Permits

Special Off-Peak Permit Pilot Program to Cast Off in Late May In response to the eighth modification to the COVID-19 emergency order, issued by Gov. John Carney on March 29, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmenta l Control will issue up to 1,000 additional one-year Surf-Fishing Permits for 2021.... Read more →


The People Act Bill would make Sweeping Changes to Current Election Laws/Procedures

Senators spar over For the People Act Alyce McFadden March 25, 2021 2:59 pm (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Members of the Senate Rules Committee questioned expert witnesses and debated the merits of the For the People Act during a contentious hearing Wednesday. The bill would make sweeping changes to the current election... Read more →


CNB News Consumer Tips: Eviction Moratorium Order

by Sana Chriss Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Lots of people are having difficulty paying their rent due to the pandemic. But today, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released an eviction moratorium order. It protects people from being evicted for not paying their rent if they complete... Read more →


Keeping Safe and Living Well

From sourcing fresh produce to exercising in your local neighborhood it is important to live well, look after yourself and look out for those around you. Take any opportunity you can find to improve your life. When you look after yourself you have the energy and output to enrich your community.... Read more →


University of Alabama's Langston of Mickleton Helps Students Safely Volunteer the Pandemic

TUSCALOOSA, AL (03/29/2021)-- Nonprofit organizations across the country were among the many who felt the overwhelming impact of COVID-19. But last fall, when several Tuscaloosa nonprofits needed help like never before, The University of Alabama's student-led organization Serving Bama found a way to safely continue vital, in-person volunteer services, and they... Read more →


Why a Leading NJ College Health Program is Launching Virtual Platforms...

to Transform Traditional Learning Models During Pandemic EWING, NJ March 30, 2021 – Founded 50 years ago, the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) is leveraging innovative virtual platforms to redefine traditional learning models and foster community-engaged learning. Higher education was hit hard... Read more →