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July 22, 2021

-295 northbound lane closure rescheduled for next Friday to begin installation

In of temporary Browning Road Bridge Temporary bridge to be used while new Browning Road Bridge is built (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 northbound lane closure that was scheduled for tomorrow, has been rescheduled to next Friday, July 30. The lane closure is necessary to begin installation of the temporary Browning Road Bridge as part of the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, July 30 until 2 p.m., NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc. is scheduled to close the right lane on I-295 northbound just past the... Read more →


Maryland Anglers Targeting Catfish, Perch, Spotted Sea Trout, Red Drum, Bluefish, Cobia, Spanish Mackere

Maryland Fishing Report – July 21 by Erik Zlokovitz, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Ethan Zlokovitz caught this channel catfish from shore on a menhaden chunk near the mouth of the Magothy River. With the striped bass fishery currently closed, anglers are targeting alternate species such as catfish, perch, spotted sea trout, red drum, bluefish, cobia, and Spanish mackerel. Anglers are reminded that the striped bass fishery is closed in the Chesapeake Bay until August 1 to lessen catch-and-release mortalities of undersized striped bass. Throughout the summer be sure to also check the striped bass fishing advisory forecast to help... Read more →


Jefferson Health - NJ Infusion Center Lobby Named in Honor of SJ Man

The welcome lobby at the Medical Oncology & Infusion Center at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township was recently dedicated in memory of the late Ronald “Ronnie” Dandrea of Vineland, NJ. Dandrea passed away in April 2020 from pancreatic cancer at age 58. Lifelong friends Daniel and Lisa Falasca of Haddonfield, NJ, wanted to honor his life and legacy, and carry on his charitable spirit with a generous gift to Jefferson Health – New Jersey. “We chose to honor Ronnie’s legacy as a reminder to those who are battling cancer. Each time a patient walks through the front... Read more →


Late Night Road Rage Incident in Gloucester Township Leads to Two Suspects Arrested

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (July 21)--On July 19, at approximately 10:15 pm, Gloucester Township Police responded to the area of Erial Road and Garwood Road, in the Erial section of the Township for a reported road rage incident where a handgun was brandished. The victim was able to provide the Gloucester Township Police Communications Center with a vehicle description and license plate number. Responding officers located the vehicle traveling on Erial Road near College Drive. Due to the report of a handgun being brandished, Officers conducted a high-risk traffic stop on the vehicle. The male driver and female passenger were detained... Read more →


CRYPTO ART

Crypto art is the form of digital art treated as physical art - It has the verified ownership of the piece. It gets the verification of masterpiece by using NFT, which is also known as a nonfungible token. It’s a marketplace where you can consume your cryptocurrencies in a variety of things available in the market. With local CC unit, you can establish your own business by world-wide shipping system. What is a Nonfungible token? A nonfungible token is interesting and one-of-its-sort. That is why it is utilized to address protests that are special and select also ― for instance,... Read more →


CNB Hunting New Jersey: Black Bear Hunting Closed for 2021

On June 21, 2021, New Jersey’s Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy (CBBMP) expired, and as such, there is no black bear hunt in 2021. In accordance with the Supreme Court ruling on September 27, 2007, no black bear hunt may occur without a properly-promulgated CBBMP proposed by the New Jersey Fish and Game Council and approved by the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. More information on the CBBMP will be posted on the Division of Fish and Wildlife’s website. Know the Bear Facts Black Bears in New Jersey Black Bear Safety Podcast with Michelle Smith -... Read more →


How Live Games Work In The Online Casino Industry

The online casino industry is one with a lot of problems and many very well-paid people to fix them. The industry is centered around live gaming, which provides several benefits, but also carries certain disadvantages, including the cost of the maintenance of the live gaming servers. Casino games are fun and exciting, but the best part about them is that you don't have to spend a penny. There are many sites out there that offer no deposit casino bonuses where you can play all your favorite games without spending any money. 6Takarakuji has a list of online casinos offering such... Read more →


NJ POLITICS: Polistina Team Calls for an End to Smoking in Casinos

Egg Harbor Twp: Former Assemblyman and Senate Candidate Vince Polistina calls for a permanent ban in Atlantic City Casinos following the expiration of Governor Murphy's Executive Order. "Casino workers and guests were able to experience what it would be like to be inside a smoke-free casino since September of last year," Polistina said. "While the COVID-19 pandemic will be a thing of the past at some point, the risks associated with second-hand smoke are very real, and not going anywhere unless we do something to change that. As someone who has suffered a personal loss from cancer, this issue could... Read more →


Gettysburg College Dean Commendation List Includes Students from New Jersey

GETTYSBURG, PA (07/19/2021)-- Gettysburg College students take pride in their work, and we are likewise proud to announce their recent academic achievements. Students with a quality point average in the range of 3.300 to 3.599 for a semester's work were recently placed on the Deans' Commendation List. The following students from your area have been placed on the Spring 2021 list: Carson Butler of Camden (08102) Declan Cronin of Haddonfield (08033) Kathryn DeLia of Marlton (08053) John Demas of Moorestown (08057) Annabel Gorman of Moorestown (08057) Matthew Granito of Moorestown (08057) Jacob Howley of Collingswood (08108) Alexandra Pond of Moorestown... Read more →


National Institute of Health: Over a Million Children Lost a Caregiver Because of COVID

Addressing the impact of caregiver deaths is critical for pediatric mental health, authors note Tuesday, July 20, 2021 More than 1.5 million children around the world are estimated to have lost at least one parent, custodial grandparent, or grandparent who lived with them due to death related to COVID-19 during the first 14 months of the pandemic, according to a study published today in The Lancet. The study highlights orphanhood as an urgent and overlooked consequence of the pandemic and emphasizes that providing evidence-based psychosocial and economic support to children who have lost a caregiver must be a key part... Read more →


How to Safely Care for Your Guns at Home 

Guns can easily malfunction if they’re not taken care of properly. Guns aren’t usually used every day. Therefore, they can sit idly in your home and accumulate wear and tear from time and use. Hence, you should know how to safely care for your guns at home. Guns are dangerous weapons. You shouldn’t be careless with them especially if you have children at home. That also comes with how you care for your guns so you can ensure the safety of your home. Always Assume the Gun is Loaded This is a universal thing for all gun enthusiasts. It applies... Read more →


Cape May Coast Guard Training Center to Host Sunset Parade August 1, Public Invited

CAPE MAY, NJ, UNITED STATES Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Richard Brahm U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May CAPE MAY, N.J. -- Recruits companies from U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May prepare to march on the parade field as part of a Sunset Parade in honor of the Jersey Cape Military Spouses Club and local community organizations and to recognize the Coast Guard’s 229th birthday, Aug. 4, 2019. CAPE MAY, N.J. – U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is scheduled to host a Coast Guard Day Sunset Parade at the base at 7:40 p.m., August 1,... Read more →


PINE HILL POLICE HOSTING 'National Night Out Movie Night' Tuesday, August 3...You're Invited!

PLEASE JOIN US PINE HILL, NJ --Everyone is invited to join us for the Annual National Night Out being held at Overbrook High School on Tuesday, August 3, 2021. The event is sponsored by organizations within the Borough of Pine Hill, including the Pine Hill Police Department, Pine Hill Municipal Alliance, Pine Hill School District, Hope Chapel of Pine Hill, Volunteers of America DV and many others. The Pine Hill Police Department has hosted a large National Night Out event for over ten years, with the exception of 2020 due to COVID-19, bringing together a wide variety of social service... Read more →


Voorhees Theatre Company presents Moana JR

Performances July 29-31 are Culmination of Youth Theatre Camp VOORHEES, N.J., July 9, 2021 –The Voorhees Theatre Company (VTC) will present Disney Moana, JR. July 29-31, at Voorhees Middle School. The performances are the culmination of the theater company’s summer camp program, involving 65 children in grades three to nine from communities throughout South Jersey. Adapted from the 2016 Disney animated film, Moana JR. features all the beloved songs from the film, written by Tony®, GRAMMY, Emmy, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i, and Mark Mancina, including “How Far I’ll Go,” “Shiny,” and “You’re Welcome.” This thrilling and... Read more →


Living in Spain as a retiree from outside the EU

More and more retirees from outside the EU want to live in Spain permanently or for long periods of time. The Americans and the English (who now find themselves in a rather particular situation) are the non-EU citizens who come to Spain the most, looking for a different way of life and good health care. Fortunately, for all those retirees whose countries do not belong to the EU, there are several ways to live in Spain, depending on where they are from, which we are going to see. The non-profit visa One of the best ways to live as a... Read more →


Attention Burlington County Residents! Volunteers Needed

Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Teams. These teams consist of volunteers who work with Providence House, Domestic Violence Services, and local police departments to help people who experience domestic violence by empowering and advocating for victims. If you would like to volunteer please contact: Amy Baum, DVRT Coordinator Providence House, Burlington Phone: 856-904-4344 E-mail: abaum@cctrenton.org Address/Location Township of Moorestown Police Department 1245 N Church St Moorestown, NJ 08057 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-234-8300 Read more →


Washington Politics: Trump's Message to GOP; Pelosi, "We Wanted a Bi-Partisan Committee"

WASHINGTON, DC (July 21, 2021)--Republicans must take seriously the effort by Democrats to completely change America through the Reconciliation Process. Democrats are now suggesting that budget reconciliation can be used to pass Mail-In Ballot legislation as well as trying to include Amnesty in their infrastructure package. The infrastructure package has little to do with infrastructure as we know it, bridges, roads, tunnels, etc., but is a dramatic expansion of Government that will cost much more than the $3.5 trillion being discussed. Don’t let this happen! If Amnesty is included in the infrastructure package, there will be a run on our... Read more →


NJ Rep. Chris Smith Says Genocide Olympics should be moved elsewhere

Citizens for the Republic Applauds NJ Rep. Chris Smith for Call to move “Genocide Olympics” from China Washington, D.C. – Citizens for the Republic, Ronald Reagan’s political action committee, loudly applauded Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), who recently called for the 2022 Winter Olympics to be moved from Beijing in light of Communist Red China’s continued human rights violations against the Uighurs. Smith is working to include an amendment that would stipulate for a plan to move the games in a bill related to U.S.-Chinese production competition. “In granting Beijing host status for the Olympic games, we are crowning a barbarous... Read more →


TO THE POINT: Camden barbers become trusted messengers of COVID-19 vaccine importance

Thanks to an innovative campaign led by Rutgers University–Camden and the Center For Family Services. CAMDEN CITY, NJ– Barbershop owners in Camden – like in many U.S. cities – are known as key influencers in the city, their shops being hubs of community conversation and information. True to form, a group of Camden barbers have now taken on the role of community ambassadors for the safety and importance of the COVID-19 vaccine, thanks to an innovative new awareness campaign led by Rutgers University–Camden and the Center For Family Services in Camden. Sponsored by New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI), a statewide... Read more →