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September 16, 2021

Military Appreciation Football Game, Friday

LCMR, Friday, Sept 17, 2021, events start at 5:30 pm & kickoff is 7:00 pm MILITARY APPRECIATION FOOTBALL GAME TO HONOR ALL CAPE MAY COUNTY SERVICE MEMBERS Lindenwold at Lower Cape May Regional 687 Route 9, Cape May FRIDAY, September 17, 2021 5:30 PM The game begins at 7:00 PM National Anthem at 6:55 PM We ask all Active, Retired, Reserve, and National Guard Military, Veterans, & First Responders to join us on the field shoulder to shoulder during the national anthem. ARMY, NAVY, MARINES AIR FORCE, COAST GUARD, POLICE, FIRE, CMC SWAT, & EMTs Please join us for this... Read more →


The state's Division of Investment announced yesterday that the state will dis-invest $162 million from the parent company of Ben & Jerry's, Unilever. The move is in response to the ice cream company's boycott of Israel's settlements in Palestine. This is in accordance with a new law that requires the state's pension funds to dis-invest from boycotting companies. New Jersey's law resembles many other anti-BDS laws nationwide. (NorthJersey) SIX SCHOOL OUTBREAKS SINCE CLASSES HAVE BEGUN Since the school year began, COVID-19 outbreaks have spread through six schools, among at least 20 students and staff. There are two schools in Atlantic... Read more →

John P. Passero, of Glendora, formerly of Bellmawr, Member of Roofers Union Local 30

John P. Passero, on September 14, 2021, of Glendora; formerly of Bellmawr. Age 69. Beloved husband of Debbie Passero (nee English). Devoted father of John Passero and Albert Pierce (Helen). Loving Pop Pop of Tyler, Caleb, and Jaxon. Dear brother of Sonny Passero and Anthony Passero. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. John was a proud member of the Roofers Union Local 30 in Philadelphia, PA. Services and interment are private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in John's memory to the Animal Welfare Association, 509 Centennial Boulevard, Voorhees, NJ 08043. Read more →

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A Side-by-Side Comparison of Instagram Automation

Technology is developing at a rate that will certainly help the world in various growing domains. This growth includes the different alterations and variations made in hardware and software. Though there are many disadvantages when technology is developed, there are some great perks too. When technology is taking many fields to places, so is the Internet and Social Media. The Internet is the central network of hundreds of countries and the network is growing far and wide every single day. On the other hand, while the internet provides you many great facilities, one of the greatest creations based on the... Read more →

Bruce (Sir Earl) Bowell, of California, formerly of Gloucester City

Bruce (Sir Earl) Bowell passed suddenly on July 10, 2021. Born in Gloucester City, NJ but a resident of Twenty-nine Palms California since 2002. Bruce was the son of the late Charles and Marie Bowell. Beloved brother of Beverly Tofani, Charles III, Anna Bowell, and Michael Bowell; uncle to Angel, Vanessa, and Jeffery. Bruce was an amazing drummer, traveling the world, performing with many bands. He was a loyal friend. His wit and sarcasm were like no other. If you met Bruce and understood him, you were friends for life. He had a true love of life and lived it... Read more →

Zack Painting Company, Exemplary Safety Record

New EMR of .526 Confirms Company’s Exemplary Safety Record and Commitment to Minimizing Risk (FORDS, NJ, September 2021)– Zack Painting Company, Inc., a leading commercial, industrial, and institutional painting contractor for nearly a century, recently achieved an Experience Modification Rating (EMR) of .526, setting a new company record and far exceeding industry standards for safety and loss prevention. EMR scores are issued annually based on workers’ compensation claims and other issues related to workplace injuries and risk. While an EMR of 1.0 is considered average, Zack Painting has historically achieved above-average EMR scores in the .8 range. However, the most... Read more →

CHALKBEAT: Covid Closes 3 Schools in Philly

Some Philadelphia parents are concerned as three schools in the area have been forced to temporarily close due to COVID. Allison Shelley / The Verbatim Agency for EDUimages After about two weeks of in-person school, three schools in Philadelphia have temporarily closed because of COVID cases. Emlen Elementary in Mount Airy closed Monday, as did Pan American Charter School in Fairhill. Lindley Academy, a charter school in Logan, closed Thursday. James Garrow, spokesperson for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, confirmed all three closures. The closures are each for two weeks. All of the schools said instruction will continue virtually.... Read more →

Researchers Found A Missing Molecule in Pancreatic Fibrosis Could Help Deliver Treatment to Cancer Cells

by Indiana University Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center Janaiah Kota, Ph.D. Newswise — Researchers at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified how restoring a missing molecule in pancreatic fibrosis could help deliver treatments to cancer cells. Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest cancers with only 10.8 percent of people surviving five years after diagnosis. One risk factor for pancreatic cancer is chronic pancreatitis, a fibroinflammatory disease. In response to internal injury or damage, the body produces a fibrous connective tissue—much like scar tissue—in a process called fibrosis. Pancreatic fibrosis... Read more →

FISHING IS STILL GOOD IN MARYLAND: Ean Boyer Catches Smallmouth Bass in Potomac River

September 15, 2021 by Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist. Ean Boyer got to go fishing on the upper Potomac River with his dad and caught this beautiful smallmouth bass. Photo by Cory Boyer Summer is still holding sway over the Maryland landscape but cooler weather keeps slipping in with more frequency. All of this makes for the perfect opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. For anglers who want to learn or brush up on boating skills, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and partners are sponsoring free “Welcome to Boating” clinics at Sandy... Read more →

Former Inmate Tried to Smuggle Contraband into Fort Dix Correctional Faciliity Using Drones

NEWARK, N.J. – A Hudson County, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 43 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy to use drones to smuggle contraband, including cell phones and tobacco, into the federal correctional facility at Fort Dix, and for possessing with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. Jason Arteaga-Loayza, aka “Juice,” 30, of Jersey City, New Jersey, a former inmate at Fort Dix, previously pleaded guilty by videoconference before U.S. District Judge Susan D. Wigenton to an information charging him with one count of conspiracy to defraud the... Read more →