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July 13, 2021

Joseph E. Tedesco, Sr. of Gloucester City; National Guardsman, Truck Driver, GCPW Employee, GCHS Alumus

Surrounded by his loving family, on July 13, 2021. Age 76, of Gloucester City. Son of the late Joseph Tedesco and Marie Tedesco (nee Klaus). Predeceased by his loving wife Margaret M. Tedesco (nee Costello). Joe Tedesco GCHS Class of 63 Alumnus Predeceased by his son, Ronald P. King. Beloved father of Jennifer Smith, Alex Tedesco (Kristine), and Joseph Tedesco. Loving brother of Marie Cole and predeceased by his brother Thomas Tedesco. Brother-in-law of Michael Costello (Rosemary), Regina Barry (William), and Frank Costello (Arlene). He is survived by his 8 grandchildren who gave him so much joy: Marissa, Frank, Jacob,... Read more →

Authorities Investigating Bank Robbery inside Runnemede Acme

Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Acting Runnemede Police Chief William Sampolski announce an investigation into a bank robbery, which was reported at approximately 1:10 p.m. today, July 13, 2021. A white male entered the Acme Supermarket located at 501 East Evesham Rd. in Runnemede, went directly to the Citizens Bank located inside the supermarket, and passed a note to the teller. In the note, the male demanded cash in specific denominations and threatened to shoot the teller, if she did not comply. The white male is described as being approximately 6 feet tall, slim build, shaved head,... Read more →

Gloucester City's New School Superintendent Salary Starts at $165,000 and Increases to $175,100

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY,NJ—A new district superintendent was hired by the Gloucester City Board of Education at the June 29 meeting by an unanimous vote. Sean Gorman, former Gloucester High Principal assumed the position on July 1 with a starting salary of $165,000. Over the life of the three year contract Gorman's salary will increase by $10,100 or to $175,100 in 2025, the final year. A month before naming Gorman school superintendent, the Board, on May 12, 2021, gave him a new $136,827 contract for the position of high school principal for the period of July... Read more →

How To Scrape Product Data From Amazon Without Coding Skills?

Amazon, as everybody knows, is the biggest e-commerce company. It has a variety of products all over the world. You will get a lot of benefits from product data in many ways. These are the benefits of product data for the business: Monitor and compare competing products of the competitors. Get the list of the top-selling products for any category to know the products on-trend. Use product search results information for the optimization of Amazon SEO position, or the marketing campaigns. Use review information for managing reviews, and optimization for products or retailers. How product data can be scraped from... Read more →

Acenda Announces Start of 2021 Backpack Drive

Collecting new backpacks & school supplies through Monday, August 9th GLASSBORO, NJ (July 12, 2021)- Acenda Integrated Health has officially kicked off its annual Backpack Drive to help support students' academic success for the upcoming school year. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with the community to provide much-needed school supplies to send children back to the classroom with confidence. This year's back-to-school season is unlike any other. As restrictions lift and schools begin in-person learning once more, the mental health of students has become a priority. Re-adjusting to social situations after isolation is difficult, but having brand... Read more →

Autum Shingler-Nace Named VP of Operations at Jefferson Health’s Washington Township Campus

Autum Shingler-Nace, DNP, RN, NE-BC, has been promoted to Vice President of Operations at the Jefferson Health Washington Township campus. In this position, Dr. Shingler-Nace will oversee daily operations at the 230-bed acute care hospital during a time of immense growth, as the hospital opens its new Silvestri Tower. In addition, she will have oversight of other key services on the campus, including the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township and the Vickie & Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience. Dr. Shingler-Nace will replace retiring hospital Chief Administrative Officer John Graham. Graham has held senior leadership roles since 1991 at... Read more →

NJ Residents Graduate from Kutztown University

KUTZTOWN, PA (07/12/2021)-- Kutztown University has conferred degrees for more than 1,300 students for the 2021 spring semester. Kutztown University announces degree conferment twice a year, once in the winter and once in the summer. Commencement exercises are held in May and December; however, students finish the requirements for graduation throughout the entire year. The following students have been awarded degrees following the 2021 spring semester. The cumulative grade point average necessary for honors distinction is: with honor (cum laude) 3.40; with high honor (magna cum laude) 3.60 and with highest honor (summa cum laude) 3.80. Students listed multiple times... Read more →

Bucknell Students from NJ Named to Dean's List

LEWISBURG, PA (07/12/2021)-- Bucknell University has released the dean's list for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2020-21 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean's list recognition. The following students have achieved dean's list status for spring 2021: Carrie Baeckstrom, class of 2021, from Cherry Hill, NJ Jack Goldberg, class of 2021, from Haddonfield, NJ Samantha Taufer, class of 2021, from Voorhees, NJ Jake Schonwald, class of 2021, from Mount Laurel, NJ Amber Coleman, class of 2021, from Moorestown, NJ Taylor LaRosa,... Read more →

NJ Politics: Polistina Team vows to bring legislative services to Atlantic City

Egg Harbor Township - Former Assemblyman and Senate Candidate Vince Polistina released a statement today, pledging to bring legislative services to Atlantic City. "While Assemblyman Mazzeo and Armato sit in their Northfield office and scheme with the Trenton democrats to take over Atlantic City, we are figuring out ways to better serve the community," said Polistina. "Atlantic City has a variety of residents with multicultural backgrounds, working jobs throughout many different fields, hoping to provide the best for their families and their futures," Polistina said. "These residents deserve the same access to their elected officials as all of the hardworking,... Read more →

Robert (Bob) Dean Lewis, 78 years, of Gloucester City, True Definition of an Entrepreneur

Robert (Bob) Dean Lewis, 78 years, of Gloucester City NJ, passed away on July 5, 2021. Beloved husband of the late Isabel Lewis. Bob is survived by his family, his daughter, Wendy Dolan, her husband Jim (Bob's Buddy) and their six children, Jason (Kelly), James (Adrienne), Theresa (Joe), Melissa (Andrew), Colleen (Steve), and Courtney (Michael); his daughter, Kristie Lease, and her three children, Parker, Sydney and Jenna. Bob had nine great-grandchildren Joseph, Charlotte, Elliot, Ava, Corinne, Tatum, Jessica, Gianna and Caileigh and one great-great-grandchild GiaNova. Bob (Bobby) is also survived by his sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. His two... Read more →

Philadelphia School Employee Charged with 100 Counts of Child Pornography by Chester County DA

The Chester County District Attorney’s Office announces the arrest of Daniel Gaudiello, age 45, of Downingtown, on 50 counts of Dissemination of Child Pornography, 50 counts of Child Pornography, and Criminal Use of a Communications Facility after Chester County Detectives found him in possession of over 200 images of child pornography. The defendant is an employee of the Philadelphia School District. DA Deb Ryan said, “It is sickening to think of the innocent young children who were posed and photographed to satisfy the degenerate behavior of the defendant and others like him. The sexual abuse of children happens far too... Read more →

CNBNews Entertainment: Essex Horse Trials Set to Begin!

Peter Chesson Memorial Classic Car Show to Take Place on Saturday Far Hills, New Jersey—July 11, 2021— The Essex Horse Trials, one of New Jersey’s most popular events, is set to take place July 17-18 at historic Moorland Farm in Far Hills. The Horse Trials features top eventing horses and riders along with family friendly activities, a spectacular car show and fun demonstrations. It is truly a weekend experience not to be missed! More than 200 horses are expected to compete at the Essex Horse Trials including two-time U.S. National champion and two-time U.S. Olympic team alternate Buck Davidson as... Read more →

Joy Evans, of Westmont, Longtime Sunday School Teacher, Active in County PTA, Collingswood HS Alum

On July 8, 2021, Joy Evans (nee Christensen) of Westmont, NJ. Age 78 years. She is survived by Craig, her husband of 55 years, her son Neil (Rachel), her daughter Claire, her brother Tom (Lora Lou), and her three grandchildren Henry, Jane, and Margaret. Joy was born in San Francisco during World War II. She graduated from Collingswood High School in 1961 and the University of Delaware in 1965. She was a longtime member of First United Methodist Church in Collingswood where she taught Sunday School for 35 years and coordinated a Tuesday Bible class for 20 years. She remained... Read more →

Alcatraz East Crime Museum Hosting K9 Meet & Greet

PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (July 13, 2021) – Crime fighting isn’t just for humans. There are furry friends throughout the country that also help to solve crimes. Alcatraz East Crime Museum is highlighting the importance of police service animals in a new display. The exhibit will open on July 23, 2021, and as part of the exhibit, they will have on-going guest appearances from varying departments. The first of which will be the morning of the launch from 9:30 am till 12:30 pm, where guests can meet local K9’s from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). “Police animals do important work... Read more →

CNBNews Entertainment: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City Announces Four New Shows

Atlantic City, N.J. (July 12, 2021) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City continues its Live-365 entertainment commitment with the addition of four new headliner shows. A complete list of live entertainment can be found atwww.hardrockhotelatlanticcity.com. Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena Erykah Badu – Friday, Sept. 24, at 9 p.m. Sound Waves Tauk and Boombox with special guest Robert Randolph – Friday, Aug. 13 at 11:45 p.m. The Temptations & Four Tops – Saturday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. Vic DiBitetto – Friday, Oct 15. and Saturday, Oct. 16, at 9 p.m. Venue presale for Erykah Badu, The... Read more →

Philadelphia Real Estate Investor Charged With Witness Tampering

Related to Prior Conviction for Bribing Sheriff’s Office Employee PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Behzad Sabagh, a/k/a “Ben Sabagh,” 39, of Philadelphia, PA, was arrested and charged by Indictment with multiple counts of retaliating against a witness and tampering with a witness, stemming from a case in which he was previously convicted of bribing an employee of the City of Philadelphia in April 2019. As set forth in the Indictment, in May 2018, Sabagh was charged criminally with honest services wire fraud, arising from his payment of bribes to a City of Philadelphia Sheriff’s... Read more →

Taking care of your health: the importance of being healthy

There is nothing more important than health: a good or bad quality of life depends on it. Fortunately, today, thanks to medical advances, everyone has access to tests and it is possible to identify an illness before it becomes serious. Companies like Ekuore are working every day to improve diagnostic devices and create new ones, such as the Digital Stethoscope Ekuore, for the evaluation of different diseases. Tests that adapt to new technologies and improve both the speed of diagnosis and the ease of use of these same devices. With our feet in the future The connection of healthcare devices... Read more →

Consumer Alert: Tips about Ticks

DNREC, DPH Offer Tips About Ticks Summer in Delaware is all about the great outdoors – biking and hiking, backyard and beach days, gardening and grass cutting. These time-honored summer activities can expose outdoor enthusiasts to unwanted guests – ticks. Depending on the type of tick, their irritating bite can transmit a variety of pathogens that can cause illnesses ranging from mild to serious. source: CDC https://www.cdc.gov/ticks/gallery/index.html The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control in partnership with the Delaware Division of Public Health have launched new web pages to educate the public about ticks, including where they are... Read more →