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July 2, 2022

PHILLY HAPPENINGS: THE ‘PHILLY RIVER STROLL’; PLUS WHAT TO DO FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND

INTRODUCING PHILLY’S NEW WEEKLY SUMMER TRADITION, Tuesday afternoons along the Waterfront are about to get even better with the launch of the Philly River Stroll on July 5, a new weekly happening with entertainment, music, performances, games, special food and beverage deals, two for the price of one amusement and more from Cherry Street Pier all the way to Spruce Street Harbor Park and beyond. Details about that and everything you need to know about Independence Day Weekend on the Waterfront are below. Fireworks are launched from a barge in the Delaware River as seen from Penns Landing.(courtesy of Jonathan... Read more →


Perkins Centers for the Arts has New Exhibitions Opening

Perkins Center for the Arts has three new exhibitions opening up this weekend and running for the rest of the summer. Please see more below and let us know if you have any questions. William Butler Exhibition July 1-August 26; Artist Reception July 9 & August 20, 5-8 p.m. Collingswood Main Gallery William Butler is a nationally known artist, based in Camden, New Jersey. He creates luminously layered paintings embedded with themes of inspiration and hope. Postcard Tri-State DisAbility Art Show July 1-August 26; Artist Reception: July 9 and August 20, 5-8 p.m. Collingswood Loft Gallery Work created by young... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN : Three Officers and K-9 Drago Killed Plus Three Officers Wounded During Arrest of Kentucky Suspect

from l.to.r. Deputy Sheriff William Perry, Captain Ralph Frasure, and K-9 Drago FLOYD COUNTY KENTUCKY(July 1, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Deputy Sheriff William Petry as well as Police Officer Jacob Russell Chaffin Captain Ralph Frasure and Police Officer Jacob Chaffins, both of the Prestonsburg Police Department, were shot and killed on June 30, 2022, in Allen by a subject who was wanted for domestic violence offenses. Several warrants and a protective order had been issued for the man after he assaulted a family member. As two Floyd County deputies arrived at the man's home on Main Street, near Railroad Avenue, to serve the warrants... Read more →


Essex Horse Trial Winners Crowned Following Cross-Country Phase

Peter Chesson Memorial Classic Car Show and Mars Candy Hunt Highlight Event’s Conclusion at Historic Moorland Farm Far Hills, New Jersey — July 2, 2022 — After several shake-ups on the leaderboards following Saturday’s cross-country phase, the Essex Horse Trials concluded at the historic Moorland Farm in Far Hills, NJ, with afternoon awards for over 100 entries. Among the division champions were Isabelle Bosley of Monkton, MD, and Karen Martin’s 10-year-old Hanoverian mare Paper Doll, who claimed victory in the $10,000 Open Preliminary division after finishing on their dressage score of 22.1. As one of the most popular equestrian events... Read more →


Janet Burrows, of Gloucester City, age 86

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 2, 2022)--Long- time Gloucester City resident Janet Burrows, (nee Smith) passed away on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at the age 86. Janet worked for a number of years as a receptionist for Dr. Charles Brennan Jr. Later she was employed by the Gloucester City News, as a typist and office manager before retiring. Mrs. Burrows was a graduate of Gloucester High School and a active member of the school’s alumni association. A viewing will be held on Thursday, July 7 from 10 AM to 11 AM at the Etherington-Creran Funeral Home 700 Powell Street, Gloucester City... Read more →


$200,000 NJDCA Capital Grant will Help Gloucester Township Fix Blackwood Bank Building

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ– Gloucester Township Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) district has been awarded $200,000 Community Capital Needs NPP Grant from the NJ Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA). The grant will be used to acquire and help fund reconstruction of the former bank building on the corner of Black Horse Pike and Church Street ( 3 S Black Horse Pike) in Blackwood section of Gloucester Township. Approximately $550,000 in additional funding from various federal, state, and local sources will go toward this project in keeping with goal of leveraging Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) funding to expand the resources and impact on... Read more →


Philly's July 2nd Fireworks and Concert Cancelled

Saturday, July 2, 2022 PHILADELPHIA, PA--The City of Philadelphia has cancelled tonight’s US Army Band concert and fireworks scheduled for Penn’s Landing due to pending inclement weather. Clear skies anticipated ahead for Philadelphia’s spectacular Independence Day Concert and Fireworks celebration at Wawa Welcome America’s Party on the Parkway on Monday, July 4th. Read more →


Media Fails The Public Once Again

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor The Supreme Court ends its 2021-2022 term today. It also ends a particularly embarrassing time for the media. On June 24, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to overturn Roe v. Wade; it also ruled 6-3 to uphold the Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Astonishingly, many media outlets got the story wrong. The following media outlets incorrectly reported that the decision to overturn Roe was 6-3: Washington Post USA Today Yahoo Fox News New York Post New York Daily News Daily Caller Washington Free Beacon Forbes Fortune The Hill New York Magazine... Read more →


The Perfect Essay for Me: How to Write It in College

Write an essay for me that makes me sound like an intelligent, well-informed expert on a topic that interests me? Not so easy! No matter how interesting you think your topic might be, no one wants to read about it unless you can back up your opinions with facts and quotes from respected authorities on the subject. That’s what makes writing the perfect essay for me such a difficult task especially when you decide not to payforessay – not only do you have to know how to write something that interests your reader, but you have to make it sound... Read more →


Rowan's Women Lacrosse Program Offering Free Clinics for Girls K-6th Grade

GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan women's lacrosse program will be offering two free clinics this summer for girls in kindergarten through sixth grade, on July 20 and August 11 at the Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex on campus. The clinics are free, but all participants must have the proper lacrosse gear – stick, goggles and mouth guard. Goalies must have goalkeeping equipment. JULY 20 - 10 am to Noon – Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex Register AUGUST 11 - 10 am to Noon – Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex Register For more information, contact head coach Lindsay Delaney (delaney@rowan.edu) or... Read more →


5 Tips for Professional Paper Writing in 2021

Have you been asking yourself how to start my paper? Where can I find an expert paper writer?, or should I use an academic writing service to write my research paper?. If so, then you should definitely keep reading and discover 5 tips that will help you write your own academic papers, articles and essays in the coming year! We have done all the hard work for you and rounded up 5 pro tips from our experienced writers – read on to learn more about different essay writers here - https://urbanmatter.com/top-paper-writers-in-2022-for-any-academic-level-and-subject/! 1) Write with your audience in mind Think about... Read more →


Attention Gloucester TOWNSHIP Residents!!!!

Gloucester Township Residents- Check out our Gloucester Township Police Online Reporting! > https://gtpolice.com/online-reporting/ By using your mobile device, tablet, or computer you can request a Property Check while you're away on vacation this summer, register your alarm system in your home, property, or business, or even submit and Incident Report following a very specific criteria (ID theft, bicycle theft, theft below $1,000 in value, criminal mischief, etc. The criteria is listed on the website when you click the "Incident Report" button). Call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500 if the incident you wish to report does not meet the... Read more →


How To Write A Grade-A Essay In College: 8 Tips From The Pros

Having trouble writing your next essay? Not sure how to get it done well and on time? Luckily, there are plenty of tips from the pros out there that will ensure you turn in a grade-A essay every time. Here are 8 tips from the experts that will help you get started with your next essay so you can ace your next exam and make your teachers happy. Just follow these simple steps, and soon you’ll be writing like an expert essay writer! 1) Understand your essay prompt Your first step is to read and comprehend your essay prompt. Take... Read more →


4,660 NJ Residents Defrauded by Corinthian Colleges Have Student Loans Cancelled.

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced today that the U.S. Department of Education’s decision to discharge all remaining federal student loan obligations for students who were defrauded by Corinthian Colleges will allow 4,660 New Jersey borrowers who attended Corinthian schools to receive a total of $48.8 million in full student loan cancellations. Earlier this month, the Department announced it would discharge all remaining federal student loans borrowed to attend any campus owned or operated by Corinthian Colleges Inc. from its founding in 1995 through its closure in April 2015. Nationwide, the federal government’s action means that approximately... Read more →


Congratulations: Rowan's Greg Cann, Joe Rucci and Kevin Yanagisawa Honored

RICHMOND, VA – Greg Cann, Joe Rucci and Kevin Yanagisawa from the Rowan men’s swimming & diving team have been named to the 2021-22 Scholar All-American Team as chosen by the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) . CONGRATULATIONS!!! The award recognizes students who achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and were invited to compete at their respective national championships. Cann (Woodbury Hts., NJ/Gloucester Catholic) graduated with a degree in psychology and was named a Rowan Scholar-Athlete in 2021-22. He earned All-NJAC Second Team honors in the 200 breaststroke and the 200 medley relay,... Read more →


Down The Shore: North Cape May Fireworks Festival July 2-3; Douglas Park and Beach Drive Close

The Lower Township Police Department will close Beach Drive and Shore Road to all street parking from Sunday, July 3rd, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. until the conclusion of the fireworks event at approximately 11:00 p.m. that evening. There will be “No Parking” signs posted along Beach and Shore Drive. Additionally, due to the large volume of pedestrians on the bay front attending the event, this area will also be closed to all vehicular and bicycle traffic from Town Bank Road to Lincoln Boulevard in North Cape May from 3:00 p.m. on July 3rd until the conclusion of the event. David... Read more →


Renault Winery and Resort Celebrates America's Birthday

Egg Harbor, NJ - Renault Winery and Resort celebrates America's birthday with a two-day, all-day celebration this Saturday, July 2nd, and Sunday, July 3rd. Music fans are invited to the first-ever Renault Winery 1st Annual Country Music Festival with two days of live music and bands, multiple stages, wine, food trucks, family fun, and other surprises. The line-up includes Scotty Testerman Trio, Brian Corcoran, Warren Montgomery Band, Parker Barrow Project, Jess Zimmerman Band, Lisa Bouchelle, Kenny Curcio and Garrett Shultz Band. Admission to the festival grounds for each day is only $10 per person. Next, Renault presents the first-ever Red,... Read more →