« November 17, 2021 | Main | November 19, 2021 »

November 18, 2021

What Is Going On in the Kyle Rittenhouse Trial? The other day I wrote about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial in Kanosha, WI. When he was attacked by three ex-convicts. He shot back and killed one of them. A second testified in court that he had pulled a gun first. Mr. Rittenhouse defended himself. Since then the trial has been a tragedy of errors. The prosecutor has made mistake after mistake and the defense attorney has made four requests for a mistrial but it hasn't happened. Since the trial started there have been groups of radicals shouting "No Justice, No Peace."... Read more →

CNBNews Fishing: Maryland's Small Lakes and Ponds Offer Many Fishing Opportunies

Maryland Fishing Report – November 17 November 17, 2021 Photo by Monty Hawkins As we move through November there are plenty of excellent fishing opportunities to be had. The western mountain streams and rivers hold trout, smallmouth bass, and muskellunge. The small lakes and ponds that dot Maryland are providing a variety of fish that are feeding aggressively. The striped bass in the Chesapeake Bay are also feeling the urge to build up body stores. In the waters of the Atlantic, fishing for black sea bass does not get any better, with limit catches the norm. Forecast Summary: November 17... Read more →

David P. Kalt, age 66 of Gloucester City

David P. Kalt, age 66 of Gloucester City, passed away on Sunday, November 7, 2021, at Inspira Medical Center, Mullica Hill. David was born in Camden and had been a lifetime Gloucester City neighbor. He worked as a truck driver for Thermoseal Industries and had been a lifetime parishioner of St. Mary’s Church, where he volunteered as an usher, both in Gloucester City. David was hardworking quiet and kind. He was a member of the Sportsmen Athletic Club, ad coached basketball, and was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan. David leaves to cherish his memory, his brother Edward & his late... Read more →

Jose Diaz, 29, of Camden City Pleads Guilty to Distribution of Heroin

CAMDEN, N.J. – A shift manager of a Camden drug-trafficking organization today admitted his role in conspiring to distribute more than one kilogram of heroin, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. , pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Renée Marie Bumb in Camden federal court to an indictment charging him with one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute one kilogram of a mixture containing heroin, 280 grams or more of a mixture containing crack cocaine, a mixture containing cocaine and a mixture containing fentanyl. A total of 19 defendants were arrested in late 2018... Read more →

Azemi Scores 41 and Ties Record for Threes

GLASSBORO, NJ – Arian Azemi scored 41 points and tied the school record three-pointers in a game by making nine in the first half, as Rowan (3-0) defeated Marymount, 119-108, in men’s basketball action. A large and enthusiastic crowd marked the return to Esby Gym for the Profs for the first time since February 19, 2019, as the pandemic canceled the 2020-21 season.​ Azemi, in his first season with the Profs after transferring from Rutgers-Camden, scored 33 points in the first half as he connected on 9-of-11 three-point field goals. That tied the school record for threes in a game,... Read more →

What is the role of bitcoin in commerce industries?

unsplash.com It's hard to imagine a world where smartphone technology is everyplace, and there are still people who do not have access to acceptable fiscal institutions. In this ultramodern age, there are about six billion people who have little or no access to banking services. Sorely, this is true for numerous people in developing countries. Combined with corruption, limited modes of transportation, and high sale freights, bank accounts are a luxury that numerous cannot go. Enter the bitcoin into this equation and fiscal freedom is just the morning. If you want to know more about what actually the best things... Read more →


Jane McLelland should only have lived about 12 weeks, according to cancer statistics and doctors, after receiving her diagnosis of Stage IV cancer nearly 20 years ago. But today, after suffering from cervical cancer, secondary lung cancer, and treatment- The award-winning former Chartered Physiotherapist shares her incredible story at www.HowToStarveCancer.com. Life Extension, Daily Mail, Better Together with Maria Menounos and more have featured how McLelland successfully employed a method mainstream medicine largely ignores: starving the cancer with off-label drugs (using medication in a manner not specified in the FDA's approved packaging label). Now she’s on a mission to get this... Read more →

How to make bitcoin profits easily

Bitcoin is a form of currency that only exists in the digital world. The technology was developed by Satoshi Nakamoto, an undercover operative mounting a sting operation. To date, the generators of the system have noway put it into practice while maintaining an anonymous status. Bitcoins aren't published like traditional currencies because cryptocurrencies have no physical representation. It's produced by consumers and numerous businesses through a process called mining. This is where devoted software solves calculation problems in exchange for virtual currency. Here we have the solution and guide to make a bitcoin profit with ease. A stoner manages to... Read more →

Consumer News: How to Save Money on Heating

by Colleen Tressler Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC The days are getting cooler — in fact, some parts of the U.S. have already seen snow. Experts report it’s going to be an expensive winter to heat your home, but there are things you can do now to cut your energy costs. Do a home energy audit. It’ll tell you how efficient your heating system is and where your home is wasting energy. Your utility company may offer free or low-cost energy assessments, or refer you someone who does. You also can check with your state or local government... Read more →

Despite Having the Fourth Highest Gas Tax in the U.S., New Jersey's Roads Are Named The Worst

Los Angeles (November 18, 2021) — For the third straight time, New Jersey’s highway system ranks last in the nation in road conditions and cost-effectiveness, according to Reason Foundation’s Annual Highway Report, which ranks every state’s highway system in 13 categories. In safety and performance categories, New Jersey’s highways rank last in traffic congestion, 47th in urban Interstate pavement condition, 30th in structurally deficient bridges, 4th in overall highway fatality rate, and 1st in rural Interstate pavement condition. Monies collected from the gas tax in the State of New Jersey are the fourth highest in the nation, according to the... Read more →

Durham Exposes Clinton Connections Behind  “Steele Dossier”

Targeting Trump: Smear, Raises Questions About Role of FBI, Justice Department BY Micah Morrison is a chief investigative reporter for Judicial Watch. Special Counsel John Durham continues his steady march to the truth about the Russia mess—the sensational allegations of Trump's “collusion” with Russia that disrupted and nearly derailed the Trump presidency. Last month, we reported on the Durham indictment of Clinton campaign adviser Michael Sussman for lying to the FBI about attempts to link Trump to a Kremlin-connected bank. Last week, Durham struck again, exposing the Clinton connections behind the notorious Steele Dossier—the compendium of anonymous smears, supposedly from... Read more →


FOR DAM SAFETY AND FLOOD MITIGATION PROJECTS THAT ENHANCE CLIMATE RESILIENCE TRENTON – With New Jersey facing unprecedented threats from flooding and severe weather due to climate change, the Murphy Administration is making $45 million in low-interest loans available to county and municipal governments as well as private owners of dams for projects that will ensure these structures properly protect lives and properties by complying with the state’s stringent dam safety standards. The state is making $40 million in funding for dam rehabilitation projects available through the state’s Dam Restoration Loan Program. Another $5 million is provided through the Inland... Read more →

NBA Tickets Range from a Low of $51 to a High of $103

NBA Secondary Market Ticket's Don't Come Cheap A new report from Bookies.com reveals which NBA teams experience the greatest ticket inflation on the secondary market. On average, Golden State Warriors fans could see a staggering 474% price increase when looking to buy on the secondary market. Taking into account all 30 teams, the average NBA fan would have to pay around 176% more when buying from a reseller. Following suspensions and uncertainty during the 2020 season, the NBA 75th anniversary has kick-started the 2021 season, leaving basketball fans flying back to their favored seats ready to soak up the atmosphere... Read more →

Janet Rose Houser, of Gloucester City, age 62

Bellmawr, On November 15, 2021. Age 68. Born in Camden, NJ, she was the daughter of the late, Frederick and Leona (Meade) Gugel. She is survived by her loving daughter, Janet (Olive) and her husband, Douglas Mummert; grandchildren, Jeena and John DeFrank; great-granddaughter, Elena DeFrank. Janet was predeceased by her daughter, Tina (Houser) DeFrank. Janet had worked for several years as a bartender. Relatives and friends may visit on Sunday, November 28th from 12 to 2 pm at the McCann Healey Funeral Home, 851 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City. Burial will be held privately at a later date. Memories may be... Read more →

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement Announces October Total Gaming Revenue Results

ATLANTIC CITY — Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced the October 2021 total gaming revenue results. Based upon filings with the Division of Gaming Enforcement, Total Gaming Revenue reported by casinos, racetracks, and their partners for October was $448.7 million compared to $338.1 million in October 2020, reflecting a 32.7% increase. Casino Win for October was $237.5 million compared to $186.1 million in October 2020. Internet Gaming Win as reported by casinos and their partners was $127.0 million in October compared to $93.5 million in the prior period, reflecting an increase of 35.9%. Sports Wagering Gross Revenue... Read more →

Cannabis Career Fair Schedule Nov. 17 at Stockton

Galloway, N.J. - Stockton University in conjunction with NJ Cannabis Insider and the New Jersey Cannabusiness Association will host the Cannabis Career Fair and Business Exp from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday Nov. 17 in the Campus Center on the Galloway Campus, 101 Vera King Farris Drive. Cannabis-related businesses will be set up in the Event Room. The schedule of keynote speakers in the theater is: 9 -9:45 a.m.- From NFL Stars to Cannabis Entrepreneurs: Our Story Former NFL players Dominique Easley & Jordan Reed 1:30 a.m. - Cannabis Operators: From Classroom to Industry Dan Grodberg, Bennabis Health... Read more →

How Leading Marketing Pros Are Leveraging Community News Media In Print And Online

By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) Savvy marketers recognize the value of community news outlets in the wealthy suburbs as part of the marketing mix. For decades, traditional media have been evolving and innovating to satisfy the demand for more digital capabilities in an increasingly online, always-on world. Media relations teams have faced new challenges as traditional media have been inundated with a plethora of really good, well written and beautifully illustrated content from a variety of sources who can distribute digitally at very little cost. Reaching editors and publishers, who are reluctant to... Read more →

Philadelphia Man Convicted of Killing Two Men at Bucks County Campground During the Summer

A Philadelphia man was convicted by a Bucks County jury on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, of two counts of first-degree murder for killing two men in October 2019 at a campground in upper Bucks County. Miles K. Jones, 42, shot and killed Eric Braxton, 41, and Arthur Hill, 46, both of Philadelphia, on Oct. 19, 2019, at the Homestead Campground in West Rockhill Township after the victims intervened in an altercation involving Jones and his girlfriend. Jones was also convicted of 13 counts of recklessly endangering another person and one count each of firearms not to be carried without a... Read more →

Rutgers and Tel Aviv University Enter Partnership to Boost Research Collaboration  

Rutgers University and Tel Aviv University (TAU) signed a memorandum of understanding that will further collaboration and establish a presence by TAU at the NJ Innovation & Technology Hub in New Brunswick, N.J. Rendering of the NJ Innovation & Technology Hub. Rutgers University and Tel Aviv University (TAU) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that will further the collaboration between the two research universities and establish a presence by TAU at the NJ Innovation & Technology Hub, a 550,000-square-foot, $665 million project in New Brunswick, N.J. The Hub will be home to a new Rutgers Translational Research facility and... Read more →