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Tokyo Olympics: U.S Women's Soccer Team Defeated After Opponents Play National Anthem

...During Game Forcing Them To Kneel July 27th, 2021 - BabylonBee.com It's a move many are calling the "greatest 4D chess move of all time." Some are even saying it's the most important strategy developed in soccer since the kick was invented. Many are hopeful it will even get Americans interested in watching soccer again. "It's a genius strategy," said one commentator as a singer on the sidelines began singing, "O say can you see, by the dawn's early light" over the stadium's sound system. Megan Rapinoe was going to intercept a pass but dutifully took a knee and was... Read more →


CNB Book News: Riding the Edge: A Love Song to Deborah

A work of love that evokes greater love—Michael Tobin’s memoir will move your soul JERUSALEM (JULY 27, 2021)—Forty-seven years ago, Michael discovered his soulmate Deborah on a dance floor in Keene, New Hampshire. It took her soul a few years and an around-the-world bike trek to fully reciprocate. Riding the Edge:A Love Song to Deborah (Greenleaf Book Group, July 20, 2021) is the astonishing tale of the six-month odyssey that profoundly shaped the next 564 months of their lives together. Taking place in 1980, Michael and Deborah—an American Jew and American Arab, respectively—leave the security of their well-ordered lives as... Read more →


CNB COLLEGE SPORTS: Rowan's Ferriola, Hennessy, Rusk and Sepcic Named to Lacrosse Academic HR

NORTHBOROUGH, MASS. – Rowan’s Lauren Ferriola, Dara Hennessy, Gianna Rusk and Rachael Sepcic have been named to the 2021 IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Roll, as selected by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association. The Profs were among 766 student-athletes from 282 different institutions to be honored, as juniors and seniors who have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or greater. Ferriola (Berlin, NJ/Eastern), a junior exercise science major, started 10 games for the Profs this season on defense and picked up five ground balls and three caused turnovers. She received NJAC All-Academic Honorable Mention in 2021 in her first... Read more →


Mosquitos Much Bigger This Year in South Jersey

graphic image courtesy of tenor.com by Bunny Hop | Piney Woods Buzz special to CNBNews BATSTO, NJ (July 28, 2021)(CNBNews)--We have received several reports from people who live in the Batsto Village area near the southern New Jersey Pine Barrens that the mosquitoes this summer are much bigger than usual. The Pineys, as they are known locally, claim they have actually witnessed people being carried away by these monster dipterans into the swamps and woods never to be seen again. Most of the individuals we spoke with wanted to remain anonymous; all except a guy named Billy Bob Cooter, who... Read more →


Philadelphia Customs and Border Protection Apprehend Five Stowaways

Port of Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA — On July 26, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the port of Philadelphia found five stowaways hiding on board while conducting an enforcement search on a container ship. When the merchant vessel AS PETRA, arriving from Rio Haina, Dominican Republic, entered Penn Terminal at the Port of Philadelphia, CBP officers boarded and began what began as a routine search. When examining the lower rudder compartment area in the bottom of the vessel, CBP officers observed what appeared to be human feet tucked within an enclosed space, where crew doesn’t normally congregate. When officers issued... Read more →


Thanks to State Legislators Both Present and Past NJ Has More Bonded Debt Than Most States

The analysis ranks New Jersey as one of most bonded debt burdened states in country By Dave Fidlin | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – With a per-capita figure of $6,401 hanging in the balance, New Jersey places near the bottom of a new study looking at the amount each state is shouldering in long-range bonded debt across the country. TAX AND SPEND-New Jersey is one of the most bonded debt-burdened states in-country thanks to both Democrats and Republicans in Trenton Image courtesy of The New Jersey Globe The American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, ranked New Jersey... Read more →


CNB Medical: 65+ and Lonely? Don't Talk to Your Doctor About Another Prescription

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Newswise — Lonely, older adults are nearly twice as likely to use opioids to ease pain and two-and-a-half times more likely to use sedatives and anti-anxiety medications, putting themselves at risk for drug dependency, impaired attention, falls and other accidents, and further cognitive impairment, according to a study by researchers at UC San Francisco. The study found that just over half of 6,000 respondents in a nationally representative survey of seniors living independently were not lonely, while 40 percent were moderately lonely, and 7 percent were highly lonely. The proportion of seniors in... Read more →


On the Way to Becoming an Excellent Sniper in CS: GO?

CS: GO can’t exist without a sniper. This is the key figure in the narration that can solve a bunch of problems, eliminate a couple of opponents, and remove the obstacles for the team. So, mastering the sniper is a strategically important part of CS: GO. In fact, it can help you save your partners’ lives more than once while you are playing the game at https://csgoeasybets.com/. Is there something else to know about this figure? Let’s find it out! Let’s get deeper into the details. Sniper’s Functions The sniper’s major function is to destroy enemies from a big distance.... Read more →


Chickens in Delaware Have West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus Is Detected in Sentinel Chickens in Delaware No Human Cases of WNV Reported to Date in State West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in Delaware for the first time in 2021 in sentinel chickens, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. This first finding occurred in northern New Castle County at a sentinel chicken station sampled by DNREC’s Mosquito Control section on July 19. While there have been no reported WNV cases in humans this year in the state, Delawareans are reminded that the possibility of contracting mosquito-transmitted diseases, including WNV and... Read more →


New Jersey Students at University of Hartford Named to Honors Lists

WEST HARTFORD, CT (07/28/2021)-- The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the students who have been named to the President's Honors List and/or the Dean's List for Spring 2021. Lauren Abrams of Cherry Hill: Dean's List William Barclay of Medford: Dean's List Ian Cifone of Merchantville: Dean's List Keijah Hall of Bridgeton: Dean's List Rachel Necky of Voorhees: Dean's List Francesca Onimus of Mullica Hill: Dean's List Melanie Poland of Burlington: Dean's List Isabel Rothberg of Cherry Hill: Dean's List Brianna Sanchez of Vineland: Dean's List Ethan Sharpe of Burlington: Dean's List Kristina Shaw of Lumberton: Dean's List Justin... Read more →


Excellent Guide on How to Write an Essay for Dummies

Essay writing is an integral part of every student’s life. They have to deal with this type of assignment regardless of whether they like them or not and whether they are good writers or require more writing skills. To write your essay properly, you should read our guide to writing an essay. It will provide you with useful tips for writing an essay. Note that there are no hopeless situations in academic writing. You can always turn to the experts of the essay service company to buy an excellent and original paper that meets your requirements. One of the most... Read more →


SURVEY SAYS! New Jersey The Worst State To Start A Business

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – New Jersey is the worst state in which to start a business, according to a new analysis from WalletHub. The Garden State “has the fourth smallest percentage of engaged workers – 29, and registered a growth of just 1.5% in the number of small businesses,” WalletHub analyst Jill Gonzalez said in an email to The Center Square. “In terms of jobs, there has been a drop of almost 5% since 2017, and the working-age population has also dropped by 1.2%. “But business costs are where New Jersey really... Read more →


53-Year-Old Assault Victim from Camden City Dies from Injuries

Camden City N.J.(July 27, 2021) – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Metro Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez reported an assault victim has died as a result of injuries inflicted during a July 6th attack. On Tuesday, July 6, 2021, at approximately 9:12 a.m., Camden County Metro Police were dispatched to the area of 7th and Pine Street for report of an aggravated assault. On their arrival, officers found Edward Dupont, 53, of Camden, unconscious at the scene. Witnesses reported Dupont was struck in the head by an unknown male, causing Dupont to fall off his bicycle... Read more →


Want to Get Thousands of Likes on Instagram? Look how you can make it

Instagram is more of a visual social media channel, where one can see the most creative, stunning images and videos. Becoming a celebrity on Instagram is quite challenging and fun at the same time. You must know how to garner attention and increase the engagement rate to get likes on your post. One of the most recent successful Instagram celebrities is Leena Nersesian who has more than 2 million followers. You can check out the Lena The Plug bio here. If you too want to get thousands of likes just like her account, then you should read this article to... Read more →


Pick-6 Rolls to $4.0 Million for July 29 Drawing

TRENTON (July 27, 2021) – The Pick-6 drawing on July 26 produced 28 winners of $1,068 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. Six of those tickets were purchased with XTRA, multiplying the prizes to $2,136. The winning numbers for the Monday, July 26, drawing were: 07, 09, 13, 19, 25 and 27. The XTRA Multiplier was: 02. By adding XTRA for an additional $1.00 per play, winners are able to multiply their non-jackpot prizes by the XTRA number drawn. The $4.0 million drawing will be held Thursday, July 29, 2021. Read more →


CNB COLLEGE SPORTS: Rowan's Korie Hague Named to Academic All-America Softball Team

AUSTIN, TX – Rowan’s Korie Hague (Vineland, NJ/Vineland) has been named to the 2021 Academic All-America® Division III Softball Third Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). She becomes the sixth Academic All-America honoree in Rowan softball history and the first since 2016, when Shilah Snead earned selection to the Second Team. Overall, Hague’s selection marks the 30th time a Rowan student-athlete has been named an Academic All-America, dating back to 1979. A rising senior, Hague is a health and physical education major and was chosen to the CoSIDA Academic All-District II Team, as well... Read more →


Nine Garden State Parkway Service Areas to be Renamed After Outstanding N.J Talents

x To showcase the outstanding talent of the people of New Jersey and their contributions to the world, Governor Phil Murphy announced today that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority is renaming nine service areas on the Garden State Parkway after iconic New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) inductees in the arts, entertainment and sports. Nine service areas will be renamed as follows: Montvale: James Gandolfini Service Area Brookdale North: Larry Doby Service Area Brookdale South: Connie Chung Service Area Vauxhall: Whitney Houston Service Area Cheesequake: Jon Bon Jovi Service Area Monmouth: Judy Blume Service Area Forked River: Celia Cruz Service... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Dean's list honors announced at Tufts University MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, MA (07/27/2021)-- Tufts University recently announced the dean's list for the Spring 2021 semester. Among those students are: Martina Tan of Mount Laurel, NJ, class of 2021 Aaron Klein of Hainesport, NJ, class of 2024 Andrew Rauscher of Moorestown, NJ, class of 2024 Sean Smallets of Sicklerville, NJ, class of 2024 Henry Adair of Ocean City, NJ, class of 2022 Tori Berlin of Cherry Hill, NJ, class of 2022 Callie Watson of Wall Township, NJ, class of 2022 Madison Beske-Somers of Mullica Hill, NJ, class of 2021 Andrew Cervantes of Mount Laurel,... Read more →


KIMMEL CULTURAL CAMPUS ANNOUNCES LONG-AWAITED REOPENING

TICKETS ON SALE NOW On Saturday, September 18, Kimmel Cultural Campus will celebrate the region’s return of in-person performing arts by featuring performing arts organizations from around the region and FREE performances on the Kimmel Cultural Campus’ Commonwealth Plaza The incredible 21/22 season lineup features events and artists spanning genres and appeal, including Hamilton, Dianne Reeves, Alton Brown, PHILADANCO, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Jerry Blavat, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Kristin Chenoweth, John Mulaney, Paw Patrol Live, and Friends! The Musical Parody FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Philadelphia, PA, July 27, 2021) - Kimmel Cultural Campus, the region’s largest non-profit arts organization and... Read more →


Thomas W. Severns, Jr., on July 26, 2021, of Bellmawr

Thomas W. Severns, Jr., on July 26, 2021, of Bellmawr, formerly of Camden. Age 52. Beloved son of Georgette and Thomas Severns, Sr. Devoted father of Joel Severns. Loving brother of Georgette Biddle (Robert) and the late Michael Severns. Dear uncle of Robert Mader, III (Erica), Sean Mader (Michelle), Tiffany McKenna, Sara Mader, Emily Marchione and many great nieces and nephews. Thomas loved Philadelphia sports teams and spending time with his family. There will be a viewing from 9am to 10am on Saturday at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Service 10am at the Funeral Home. Interment Bethel Memorial Park. In... Read more →


Guest Opinion: What Unites Antifa and BLM?

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Antifa and Black Lives Matter: Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) share one goal and two strategies in common. Their goal is to destroy America and their preferred means are both violent and non-violent. In this regard, they make the Jan. 6 rioters look like the Little League—the Trump supporters did not kill anyone (the only person killed was a female unarmed protester), and they are not bent on destroying the country. Regarding this last point, the American people know this intuitively. A recent Rasmussen poll found that... Read more →


Acelero Learning Expanding its Reach Within South Jersey

New York, NY – Acelero Learning is expanding its reach within four areas of Camden, New Jersey. Newly awarded a $5.3 million grant from the Department of Health and Human Services, starting in September, Acelero will begin serving an additional 362 children (ages birth to five) and their families within the Boroughs of Clementon, Lindenwold, and Berlin, as well as within the City of Camden City. Since first becoming an EHS grantee in Camden in 2005, Acelero Learning has developed the premier birth-to-five program in the greater Camden/Philadelphia area and was named one of the top five Head Start programs... Read more →


Ten Muhlenberg Athletes Named to Sportsmanship Team

ALLENTOWN, PA (07/26/2021)-- Ten Muhlenberg College athletes, including Zachary Lill of Medford (08055), were recognized for their behavior on the field, course, court and track with their selection to the 2021 Spring All-Centennial Conference Sportsmanship Team. Established by the CC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the All-Sportsmanship Team honors a member from each squad who displayed good sportsmanship throughout their career. The Mules who were honored were: (pictured above) Katie Chen, women's golf Sophie Chong, softball Karly DiSanto, women's lacrosse Jack Dollinger, baseball Cole Draghi, men's lacrosse Kayleigh Durning, women's track and field Sophia Framm, women's tennis Benedict Kohler, men's tennis... Read more →


Herbert Raymond "Smokey" Read, of Blackwood, Vietnam War Naval Veteran, Northrop Grumman Retiree

Blackwood – On Saturday, July 24, 2021. Age 78. Smokey, as everyone knew him started his life in Portland, Oregon. He was born to the Late Herbert Read Sr. & Thelma Read on March 5, 1943. Smokey was the 3rd born child and had 6 sisters and 1 brother: Beth (late Don) Murdock, Ruthie (Jim) Hasting, Mary (Jim) Jinkins, Marlene (Tom) Hammerschith, Larry (Dottie) Read, Terri (Mike) Peterson, and the Late Barbara Ault. He was also a beloved brother-in-law to Pauline Schusko, Paul Fowler (Marge), Barbara Masiko, Marcella Stoltz, the late Charles Stoltz, John Masiko, Ray Schusko, and the late... Read more →


Can cannabis treat pain?

Cannabis has had a predominantly bad reputation because of its association with hard illegal drugs such as cocaine and heroin. It is a major part of the war on drugs but over time, this perception has begun to change. With more and more legalization due to its medicinal benefits and more online stores like MagicVaporizers making devices like dry herb vaporizers easily available, cannabis is becoming a drug that is more acceptable within different communities. Additionally, there are benefits from recreational use which adds value in terms of tourism and revenue to the economies of countries. By far, the most... Read more →


VIDEO: Coast Guard Rescues Seven in Rough Seas Southeast of Cape May

CAPE MAY, NJ Aircrews from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, N.C. rescue seven people aboard a 40-foot sportfishing boat beset by weather 60 nautical miles southeast of Cape May, N.J., July 25, 2021. Mariners are encouraged to check weather forecasts before heading out on the water. U.S. Coast Guard video below. CAPE MAY, N.J. — The Coast Guard rescued seven people from a sportfishing boat beset by weather 69 miles southeast of Cape May Sunday. A small craft advisory for the area indicated 4-to-6-foot seas with winds gusting up to 30 knots. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay... Read more →


Gibson Announces Launch of Record Label 

First Album With Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators Album To Be Released in Partnership with BMG NASHVILLE, TN (July 26, 2021) For the past 127 years, Gibson--the iconic American instrument brand--has been synonymous with creating and shaping sound across genres of music and generations of players. Gibson today announced the launch of Gibson Records, headquartered in Music City, Nashville, TN—alongside a strategic label partnership with BMG. Over the past two and a half years, Gibson has launched successful music initiatives built around their iconic brands, premium guitars, and amazing artists. Not to mention initiatives that have re-energized the... Read more →


Glen Long, aka “Bless,” Leader of South Jersey/Philly Drug Trafficking Gang Arrested

CAMDEN CITY, N.J.(JULY – A leader of a drug trafficking organization operating in southern New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was arrested after previously being charged for his role in a drug distribution conspiracy, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced today. Glen Long, aka “Bless,” 27, of Philadelphia, made his initial appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen M. Williams in Camden federal court later today. Long was charged in March 2021 with one count of conspiring to distribute crystal methamphetamine and heroin. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Using undercover agents, consensual recordings, controlled... Read more →


Americans Ready To Vacation With A Vengeance To Make Up For Lost Time

If you’re like most Americans, you missed taking a vacation last year—and really want to take one in 2021 (NAPSI)—One of the many long-lasting effects of the pandemic is a shift in the work-life balance. According to a survey by a world leader in travel deals, after a long year of sheltering at home, 92% of Americans plan to travel in 2021—and they don’t plan to hold back. Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: Americans Reflect on Missed Experiences Americans traveled less in 2020, and they have been feeling the loss in more ways than one: •Seventy-one percent of Americans didn’t travel at... Read more →


Jefferson Health - New Jersey Wins Project SEARCH '100% Outcomes Award'

Jefferson Health - New Jersey has been named the winner of an international Project SEARCH “100% Outcomes Award” for its highly successful internship program for young adults with disabilities. The presentation took place at the recent Virtual Project SEARCH International Conference. Project SEARCH is an international work-transition program that teaches job skills to young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities over the course of a school year, with a new group of student interns starting each fall. There are 623 Project SEARCH Programs in 47 states and nine countries. This marked the fourth time Jefferson Health’s program has been... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Kern County Deputy Sheriff Phillip Campas Shot and Killed

Deputy Sheriff Phillip Campas Kern County Sheriff's Office, California End of Watch Sunday, July 25, 2021 KERN COUNTY, CALIF.--Deputy Sheriff Phillip Campas was shot and killed during a barricade at a home near the intersection of 1st Street and Poplar Avenue in Wasco. Deputies had initially responded to the home for reports of a shooting at about 1:00 pm. A subject inside fired at the deputies and then barricaded himself in the home, prompting the agency's SWAT team to be deployed. At about 3:00 pm the subject opened fire on members of the SWAT team as they approached the home.... Read more →


Muhlenberg College Scholar-Athlete Zachary Lill Named to Academic Honor Roll

ALLENTOWN, PA (07/26/2021)-- Seventy-two Muhlenberg College student-athletes, including Zachary Lill of Medford (08055), were recognized for their performance in the classroom and on the field, court, track and course with their selection to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the spring 2021 season. To be named to the Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing and carry at least a 3.40 cumulative grade-point average through the end of the Fall 2020 semester. In addition, 19 Mules were named to the Academic All-Centennial team for earning spots on the Academic Honor Roll and... Read more →


Al DiGiacomo, 93, of Audubon/Camden City

Albert A. DiGiacomo, on July 25, 2021, of Audubon, formerly of Camden. Age 93. Beloved husband of the late Mary. Devoted father of Albert (Mariann), Linda Koehl (Wayne), Carol Souder (Bob), Joann (Amy Nase), Frank (Kathleen Citera) and Michael (Julie) DiGiacomo and the late Donna Catrambone. Loving grandfather of 16 and great-grandfather of 12. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Albert enjoyed dancing at the Single Parents Club and Brooklawn dances. He loved doing puzzles, going to the beach and most of all, spending time with his family. There will be a visitation from 9:45am to 10:45am on Friday... Read more →


Help Us Restock Our Toy Closet! Support Cooper's Child Life Program

Join The Cooper Foundation and Cooper’s Child Life Program by supporting holiday cheer halfway through the year! Your donation will provide comfort and joy to our littlest patients. Toys, games, movies, and craft supplies help children cope with unfamiliar hospital surroundings and procedures. Cooper’s Child Life specialists work with children of all ages, and their families, to help them manage the challenges of illness and injury. You can support the Child Life Program by purchasing items from our Amazon Wish List. No time to shop? You can also donate $25, $50 or $75 and we will purchase one of the... Read more →


Upcoming Events Coming to Gloucester City:

Rotary Night at Vitale's Thursday, July 29, 2021 at 4 PM Vitale's Italian Bistro | Gloucester City **** New Jersey Who's Got Talent Saturday, July 31st coming to Chosen Soul Profection 738 Market Street, Gloucester City, NJ Come Join us for a day of family fun , entertainment from New Jersey best entertainers as well as bbq and soulfood. 738 Market Street, Gloucester City NJ About this Event July 31st from 2-8 is New Jersey Who's Got Talent and music networking event. A day filled some the best artist and entertainers New Jersey has to offer as well as over... Read more →


Two Indicted for Shooting at Pemberton Police Officer

Bullet struck the roof of the patrol car, just inches above the officer’s head Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that two men have been indicted for shooting at the patrol vehicle of a Pemberton Township police officer seven years ago in the Sunbury Village section of Pemberton Township. Tayron Brown, 24, (left) of Trenton, was indicted on charges of Attempted Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Aggravated Assault (Third Degree). Brown’s co-defendant, Kavon Carter, 23, of Pemberton Township,... Read more →


13 Reasons to Explore Summer in the City with Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Families can take summer vacation to new heights with a multiday getaway at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Highest Situated Hotel in North America Discover the tallest building in The City of Brotherly Love and allow the anticipation to build as the the beacon of light comes into view from highway, train, or plane. The Hotel occupies the top 12 floors of the 1,120 foot (340 metre) skyscraper, providing every guest room with unobstructed views of Philadelphia and its historic landmarks. Stay from Sunday to Friday and explore special rates and exclusive offers for an extra night above the clouds. Download... Read more →


A CNBNews OPRA Request for the Police Weekly Call Log Uncovers 491 Incidents Between June 29-July 7

UPDATED EDITOR'S NOTE: The information below, including a previous article about the large crowd of people, congregated at the Chosen Profection Soul Food on July 3 was obtained from an Open Public Records Act (OPRA) request submitted by CNBNews. The police department stopped issuing a weekly crime report some time ago. As such we requested the release of the department's Activity Log for the period of June 29 through July 7, 2021. From the 491 incidents that were listed on the 103 pages we received, we were able to compile the list of crimes and other incidents that appear below.... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: NJ WILL REPLACE ALL LEAD WATER PIPES IN NEXT DECADE

On Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed three bills that aim to replace every single lead water pipe in the state within the next decade. The $2.65 billion effort will be paid for via water companies and perhaps federal funding. This makes New Jersey the first state in the nation to have a "hard target" to get rid of lead pipes, an expert at New Jersey Policy Perspective says. (NorthJersey) "[The project to rid the state of lead water service lines is] not going to just be wishful thinking. It's going to be an achievable and an affordable reality," Gov. Phil... Read more →


How Sports Betting Got to be Popular Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic 

The Coronavirus widespread constrained the suspension of the NBA MLB, NHL, and proficient soccer seasons and the through and through the cancellation of the NCAA Walk Franticness tournament. The Tokyo Olympics have been delayed until at slightest 2021. So what are sports bettors wagering on now? If there are constrained sports to bet on, sports betting will endure. With suspended and canceled occasions and competitions, discourses amid the webinar highlighted the re-emergence of the apparition and fake recreations, weight on inviting entertainments, lower associations, and modern sports. Esports and online competitions took off amid the widespread. Limited travel openings brought... Read more →


Students Receive Degrees at Miami University Spring Commencement OXFORD, OH (07/26/2021)-- Miami University awarded degrees to students during spring commencement May 14-16, 2021 Claire Haitsch of Haddonfield, NJ (08033) graduated with a BA in History of Art & Arch in Art & Architecture History, Arts Management Hengli Zhu of Pennsauken, NJ (08110) graduated with a B.S. in Business in Information Systems &Analytics The most recent complete candidates for graduation lists are always available for downloading at commencement, dean's and president's lists. Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding undergraduate institutions, Miami University is a public university located in Oxford,... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Vancouver Detective Jeremy Brown Shot and Killed on Stakeout

VANCOUVER--Detective Jeremy Brown was shot and killed while conducting surveillance at an apartment complex in the 3500 block of Northeast 109th Avenue in Vancouver. He was approached by three people and was shot as he sat in his vehicle. Two subjects were arrested near the scene, but another remains at large. Detective Brown had served with the Clark County Sheriff's Office for 15 years and was assigned to the Clark-Vancouver Drug Task Force. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had previously served with the Washington State Department of Corrections and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office in Montana. RELATED:... Read more →


Four Tips For Preventing Dog Attacks On Mail Carriers

(NAPSI)—Can you picture a member of your family attacking a mail carrier? Of course you couldn't, but it happened 5,714 times last year across the nation. Dearborn, Mich., letter carrier Tameka Toliver recalls being pinned on a porch by a dog that bit her above her knee. "It happened so fast, even with all my training, I barely had time to react," Toliver said last year. "I'm still scared when I get close to that house because I remember the attack so vividly. It takes a long time to get over the fear." When a dog attacks a letter carrier,... Read more →


PET TIPS: The Benefits Of Hemp, Krill And Salmon Oil

A unique combination of hemp seed, krill and salmon oil has significant health benefits for pets both internally and externally. (NAPSI)—If yours is among the nearly seven in 10 U.S. households with pets, you may be glad to learn of a good way to keep them healthy. Hemp seed, krill and salmon oil are some of nature’s best sources of natural essential fatty acids: omega-3 and omega-6 (EPA and DHA). Why Pets Need Them Essential fatty acids cannot be produced in the body and must be supplied by other sources to help ensure optimal health and wellness for your pet... Read more →


Members of Rowan Track and Field Named to NCAA Division III All-Academic Athletic List

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Eight student-athletes from the Rowan men’s track & field team have been named 2021 NCAA Division III All-Academic Athletes as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Senior Vincent Delle, junior Hunter Barbieri, sophomores Ian Bain and Soham Kolli, and freshmen Nana Agyemang, Amara Conte, Nick Kokolis and Husley Parades were among the 450 student-athletes honored nationally for maintaining a cumulative grade-point average of 3.30 or higher. Additionally, Rowan was named one of the nation’s All-Academic Teams as it posted a cumulative team GPA of 3.3. The Profs also hold... Read more →


Officer Down: Reserve Deputy Sheriff Tom Larry Hoobler, Childress County, Texas, Suffers Heart Attack

TOM LARRY HOOBLER Age 74 Tour 18 years Badge Not available INCIDENT DETAILS Cause Heart attack Directing Traffic, Parade Childress County, Texas-- Reserve Deputy Sheriff Tom Hoobler suffered a fatal heart attack shortly after directing traffic during an unusually hot and humid day at the Childress Old Settlers Rodeo parade. He had completed his traffic detail when he responded to assist with a disabled traffic trailer on U.S. 287 east of Childress. He passed away while sitting in his patrol car while waiting for a tow truck. Reserve Deputy Hoobler had served with the Childress County Sheriff's Office for 18... Read more →


Edward Rieger, of Swedesboro; Brooklawn Bartender, Local 676 Member, Retired from John D. Lawrence

Eddie "Ruff House" Rieger They called him “Ruff House.” Eddie, age 73, bounced and bartended at the Ferry Slip Inn. For fun he’d let patrons punch him; as hard as they could they were more likely to injure their hands than the rough house. But he was just as generous as he was tough: come payday he’d buy the bar rounds more than a few times at Fiorile’s. As a Father he wasn’t the strictest; no bedtimes and a bottomless pocket of change for the arcade and candy, but he raised quality boys. Eddie was the favorite Uncle to all... Read more →


Gloucester City Business Owner Hosts Party for 200 People; Crowd Caused A Fracas, Blocked Traffic on Market St.

Looking east on Market Street from Broadway towards the railroad tracks. The Chosen Profection Soul Food store is on the right inside the yellow circle. Members of the Gloucester City Police Department responded to two calls to that location on July 3. According to GCPD Activity docket the first time the police responded was 8:47 PM, the caller said there was a large crowd of people standing outside the store; some of the people were underage and they were drinking alcohol. Two hours later, the crowd had grown to 200 people. (Photo credit Google Maps and Brianna) William E. Cleary... Read more →


PETS ARE THE BEST: End A Threat To Dogs

(NAPSI)—Recent outbreaks of canine parvovirus (parvo) have pet owners and health professionals seeking a safe, effective solution. The Problem Parvo is highly contagious, spread by dogs contacting contaminated surfaces or by humans touching contaminated surfaces and then touching the animal. Puppies adopted from breeders or shelters or exposed to the virus at veterinary clinics or groomers are especially at risk. What To Watch For Symptoms can include bloody diarrhea, vomiting, fever, lethargy, anorexia, weight loss, weakness, dehydration and depression. If your pet shows these signs, see your veterinarian. Some Answers The traditional method of disinfection is to use bleach but... Read more →


Jury Convicts Former Delaware Doctor of Unlawful Drug Distribution

A federal jury convicted a former Delaware doctor Wednesday for unlawfully distributing and dispensing controlled substances and for maintaining a drug-involved premises According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, Patrick Titus, former M.D., 58, of Milford, unlawfully distributed or dispensed a variety of powerful opioids, including fentanyl, morphine, methadone, OxyContin and oxycodone, outside the usual scope of professional practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose. Titus operated an internal medicine practice whereby he would frequently prescribe hundreds of these dangerous controlled substances in high dosages, sometimes in combination with each other or in other dangerous combinations, mostly... Read more →