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October 2023

John R. Filipkowski Jr., Army Vet., Top Waiter, Owner of Little Dock St., Youth Football Coach

On August 13th, 1933, John R. Filipkowski Jr. was born to parents John Sr. and Mary in South Camden, NJ. Although he came into the world during the depths of the Great Depression - and the scarcity it brought - “Sunshine,” as he was known to friends and family, grew up well and strong as the older brother to Dennis and Cynthia. John attended St. Joseph’s Catholic High School and found early employment as a manual pinsetter at a bowling alley located on Clinton Avenue in Oaklyn, Camden County. Next came a stint serving in the United States Army. John... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA PA, (OCTOBER 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--SEPTA's current contract with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 is set to expire at midnight on Tuesday, October 31, 2023. While there has been progress in the contract negotiations, there is an urgent need to reach a new agreement that will prevent any disruption in the City Transit Division bus, trolley, Market-Frankford Line, and Broad Street Line services. SEPTA also wants to ensure that customers are prepared for the possibility of a work stoppage that may coincide with the start of the service day on Wednesday, November 1. To this end, the Authority has... Read more →

Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center offers $10 cat adoption special

(Blackwood, NJ) – To celebrate Halloween, all cats at the Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center will have an adoption fee of just $10 from Tuesday, Oct. 24 to Tuesday, Oct. 31. The adoption center is open Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. “We are reaching a critically full level of cats at the shelter, so we need to find loving homes for these animals,” saidCommissioner Jonathan Young, liaison to the animal shelter. “Please, if you are able, consider opening your heart and your home to a new... Read more →

Two Vehicles Collide Head-On at Berlin Cross Keys Road Intersection, Occupants Injured

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (On Wednesday, October 25, 2023 at 3:02 pm, Gloucester Township Police were dispatched to the intersection of Berlin Cross Keys Road at Johnson Road for a report of a head on motor vehicle collision involving two vehicles where one of the vehicles was beginning to smoke. Arriving GTPD Officers and Firefighters from Lambs Terrace safely removed all occupants of the vehicles as one of the vehicles became fully involved in fire which was quickly put out. Inspira BLS and Virtua ALS units treated the drivers and occupants of both vehicles. An adult and two juveniles were taken... Read more →

Annette C. Daly, of Voorhees, age 99

Voorhees Twp. - Formerly of Philadelphia. Passed away peacefully at her home on October 18, 2023, Age 99. Born in Philadelphia, PA, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Julia (O’Neill) Sherlock. Beloved wife of 42 years to the late Thomas Daly. Loving mother to Christopher T. Daly, Dennis Daly and the late Kevin Daly. CNBNews graphics Annette was a longtime parishioner of St. Joseph The Worker Parish, St. Vincent Pallotti Church in Haddon Township. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Saturday, October 28th from 9:15 am to 9:45 am at St. Joseph The Worker... Read more →

Patrick Donald Dececco, of Cinnaminson and Tabernacle

On October 17, 2023. Age 81. Of Cinnaminson. Formerly of Tabernacle. CNBNews graphic file Predeceased by his parents, Louis and Mildred Laslocky Dececco; and his brothers Allen and Nicholas Dececco. Survived by his loving caregivers of Wynwood Rehab Center in Cinnaminson. Graveside services for Donald will be celebrated on Friday, October 27, 2023 at 11 AM at Waterford Memorial Park Cemetery, 679 Pestletown Rd, Waterford Works, NJ 08089. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Patrick Donald Dececco. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home, 851 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, Ph: 856-456-1142 You may... Read more →

Finally, The Republicans Elect Speaker of the House

Mike Johnson elected speaker of the House after three weeks of infighting Members applaud Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., left., after he was nominated as the Republican candidate, as House Republicans try to elect a speaker, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) (The Center Square) – The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to elect Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., as speaker of the House, ending more than three weeks without a speaker and a string of chaotic meetings and votes on Capitol Hill. Johnson received multiple standing ovations from his colleagues Wednesday before securing... Read more →

Tajideen Austin, 30, of Atlantic City Sentenced to 10 Years in State Prison

MAYS LANDING, NJ – On Monday, October 23, 2023, Tajideen Austin, 30, of Atlantic City, NJ, was sentenced by the Honorable Donna M. Taylor, J.S.C., on charges of second-degree aggravated assault, second-degree possession of a handgun for an unlawful purpose, and first-degree unlawful possession of a handgun by a prior violent offender. Under the terms of his plea agreement, Austin was sentenced to an aggregate term of 10 years in New Jersey State Prison with 5 ½ years of parole ineligibility. Upon his release, Austin will be subject to three years of intensive parole supervision. On July 23, 2022, the... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: The Autumnal Reasons for Halloween

BY SLIM RANDLES (CNBNews)(October 25, 2023) I think there must be autumnal reasons for Halloween being hued in orange and black. It’s a fun time, a magic evening if you’re a kid, and if you’re a grandpa-type guy, like me, who gets to hand out the goodies. But the colors of this sweet evening celebration are orange and black, and so is October. In another week or so, our deciduous trees will stand like skeletons against the gray skies of winter, but now we have the orange and black of fall. It happens right about sunset each day. The sky... Read more →


The annual family fun event! Vehicle check-in is at 4:30 p.m., event is 5:30 – 7 p.m. on October 28, 2023. Held along Olde NJ Avenue in North Wildwood. Music, Magic, Balloon Twisting and more! Families are encouraged to bring their vehicles decorated for Halloween. Children will come in costume and visit each car where families will provide treats from the trunks of their cars. There will be no judging of the children’s costumes, but prizes will be awarded to the best decorated vehicles. Registration is free and forms are available at 900 Central Avenue in North Wildwood or at... Read more →

CNB Hunting: Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp Contest

Original artwork can be submitted until November 3, 2023; this will be the final year of the contest Gerry Putt won the 49th Annual Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design Contest in 2022 with his stunning painting of three American wigeon Artists are invited to submit their original works for the 50th Maryland Migratory Game Bird stamp design contest through November 3, 2023. This will be the last migratory bird stamp contest hosted by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, as a physical stamp is no longer required for hunting waterfowl. The Migratory Game Bird Stamp contest is open to... Read more →

Maria Bernarda Moran Martinez Removed from Philly; Wanted for Homicide in El Salvadore, Terrorist

PHILADELPHIA — Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Philadelphia removed Maria Bernarda Moran Martinez, a citizen of El Salvador with a final removal order, to El Salvador on Oct. 20. Moran is wanted in El Salvador for aggravated homicide and involvement in terrorist organizations. “Moran’s removal should serve as a warning to any individuals seeking to find refuge from their home countries laws in the U.S.,” said ERO Philadelphia Field Office Director Cammilla Wamsley. “ERO will vigorously pursue any criminal noncitizens within the U.S. borders.” Moran entered the United States at the Hidalgo Port of Entry in Texas on Nov. 4,... Read more →

Maryland Black Bear Activity Increases Throughout Fall

Photo by Mitch Adolph, submitted to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources 2023 Photo Contest. Used with permission. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds residents that black bears are beginning a period of increased feeding activity in preparation for winter hibernation. As the leaves change and the weather cools, bears become more active as they search for food. During this time, bears will travel across roads more frequently. They also can become more attracted to human-provided food sources and lose their natural fear of people, which can be dangerous for both people and bears. Residents and visitors should note... Read more →

Jose O. Rivera, 34, of Camden City Charged with Murder of Jose G. Rivera, 47, of Camden City

Camden City N.J.- A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in Camden on October 15, 2023, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Jose O. Rivera, 34, of Camden City was charged with first-degree Murder in the death of Jose G. Rivera, 47, of Camden City. Jose O. Rivera is currently in custody on unrelated charges at the Camden County Correctional Facility, and he was charged with first-degree murder on October 23, 2023. On Sunday, October 15, 2023, at approximately 12:46 p.m., Camden County... Read more →

HELP WANTED: Become a Maryland Fisheries Advisor

The Atlantic Coastal Cooperative Statistics Program (ACCSP) is a partner of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the principal source of marine fishery statistics for the Atlantic coast. This program needs Maryland fisheries advisors. Maryland may select up to one recreational and one commercial advisor. The Advisory Panel provides advice to the Coordinating Council on annual funding decisions and other program priorities, and they often work closely with the Operations Committee. For more information, see the guidelines for panel members. In the past, we've had both recreational fisheries and commercial fisheries advisors. Interested candidates should be familiar with the... Read more →

Investigation into Fatal Paulsboro Fire Ongoing

PAULSBORO, NJ (October 24, 2023)--On Wednesday, October 18, 2023, at approximately 5:15 p.m., the Paulsboro Police Department was dispatched to 29 Roosevelt Street, Paulsboro, New Jersey, for the report of a dwelling fire with entrapment. Upon police arrival, the residence was observed to be actively on fire. The Paulsboro Fire Department, along with mutual aid from the Gibbstown Fire Department, East Greenwich Fire Department, West Deptford Fire Department, Logan Township Fire Department, and Mantua Township Fire Department, arrived on scene and were able to control and extinguish the fire. A male was subsequently found deceased inside of the residence. CNBNews... Read more →

GCHS Announces The Terry & John Schaefer Scholars Programs

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic is pleased to share the Terry & John Schaefer Scholars Program announcement. If you are considering the startup of a GC Scholars Program to honor your family and help current students, contact Pat Murphy, Executive Director of Development, at [email protected]. Terry '65 and John Schaefer are truly grateful to give back to the current generation of Ram students. They are proud to help current students benefit from a GCHS education as Terry did in the 1960s. "Gloucester Catholic helped prepare me for a lifetime of success," said Terry, who currently resides in Greenville, SC with... Read more →

Jaime Ernesto Navarette Mejia Wanted in El Salvador Removed from Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CNBNews)— Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Philadelphia removed Jaime Ernesto Navarette Mejia, a citizen of El Salvador with a final order of removal, to El Salvador on October 20. Navarette is a foreign fugitive wanted by law enforcement authorities in El Salvador for extortion. "Our officers work tirelessly to ensure that foreign fugitives like Navarette are unable to evade justice by hiding in the United States. We will continue to prioritize the removal of criminal noncitizens who pose a threat to our communities," said ERO Philadelphia Field Office Director Cammilla Wamsley. Navarette entered the United States without admission or... Read more →

American Contingent Ready for PDC World Championship Darts Debut

source Wikipedia It’s nearly 30 years since Larry ‘The Eagle’ Butler made history by becoming the first American to win a PDC darts major. Three decades have passed since Butler prevailed in the World Matchplay, and there’s yet to be any more major glory for players from the United States to celebrate. There’s a good reason for that – chances for Americans to take on the best that the PDC has to offer are generally slim on the ground, but the Grand Slam of Darts and the World Championship are both available to tungsten titans from the U.S and in... Read more →

How to Keep a Worker Productive in the Office

Introduction: The fast-paced workplace of today makes it difficult to sustain office efficiency. The modern workplace is a dynamic place where a variety of circumstances might affect a worker's capacity to remain productive and focused. This article intends to discuss the methods and approaches that can benefit both employers and workers in maintaining workplace productivity. The Function of a Productive Employee Understanding the value of a productive employee in any firm is essential before diving into the techniques. A productive worker improves both personal performance and the success of the business as a whole. Setting Up the Right Workplace The... Read more →

Lung cancer outcomes significantly improved with immunotherapy-based treatment

Newswise — HOUSTON ― A regimen of pre-surgical immunotherapy and chemotherapy followed by post-surgical immunotherapy significantly improved event-free survival (EFS) and pathologic complete response (pCR) rates compared to chemotherapy alone for patients with operable non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), according to results of a Phase III trial reported by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The findings, published today in the New England Journal of Medicine, were first presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2023. The AEGEAN trial evaluated durvalumab given perioperatively, meaning therapy is given both before and after surgery.... Read more →

How to Spot and Prevent the Hidden Dangers in Your Kitchen

The kitchen is often considered the heart of the home, a place where delicious meals are prepared, memories are created, and families gather. However, it's also a place where hidden dangers can lurk, waiting to cause accidents or health issues. From sharp knives to contaminated food, your kitchen can pose risks if not properly managed. In this article, we'll explore how to spot and prevent these hidden dangers, ensuring that your kitchen remains a safe space for everyone. Knife Safety Sharp knives are indispensable tools in the kitchen, but their utility is paired with a potential for danger. To ensure... Read more →

Philadelphia Carjacker Sentenced to 11-30 Years in State Prison

A Philadelphia man who carjacked a man in Warrington Township was sentenced on Monday, Oct. 16, 2023, to 11 to 30 years in state prison. Zahir Johnson, 22, had previously entered guilty pleas in July to charges of robbery of a motor vehicle, criminal conspiracy to commit robbery of a motor vehicle, attempted robbery of a motor vehicle, theft, criminal attempt to commit theft, corruption of minors, simple assault, and harassment. He appeared before President Judge Wallace H. Bateman Jr., who sentenced him to 7-20 years in state prison for the Warrington Township carjacking and 4 to 10 years in... Read more →

Team Building Reinvented: Charity Team Events Build Team Morale and Your Community

Charity team events have a remarkable impact on building team morale and strengthening the community, it achieves this by sharing purpose, team bonding, building trust, personal growth and increasing employee engagement among other boosting bonuses. Throughout today's article, we will delve deep into how charity team events can have a profound impact on an organization and how you can go about organizing your very own. Charity Team Event Planning: Where to Start When it comes to planning a charity team event there are a few things you should consider, firstly, setting a budget will help you determine how much money... Read more →

Mexican Illegal Arrested in Bridgeton for Sexual Conduct with a Child

NEWARK, N.J. (October 8, 2023)(CNBNews) — On Sept. 27, Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Newark arrested a Mexican national in Bridgeton who was convicted of endangering-sexual conduct with a child. A state judge gave the noncitizen, who is 48, a three-year suspended prison sentence and supervised parole for life. “This individual is a clear danger to our community with multiple illegal reentries into the U.S.,” said ERO Newark Field Office Director John Tsoukaris. “Our officers are to be commended for their commitment to enforcing our nation’s immigration laws and protecting the community from such predators.” The undocumented noncitizen entered the... Read more →

This Halloween, make your pumpkins last but not your costumes

Newswise — With Halloween less than two weeks away, the time is now to get pumpkins and craft a creative and sustainable costume. Steve Reiners, professor of horticulture at Cornell University, says the wildfire smoke this summer didn’t hurt the pumpkin crop, and has suggestions for ensuring your gourds last through Halloween. Reiners says: “It’s pumpkin season! The good news is, despite a summer of extremes, New York growers have an excellent crop in 2023. Wildfire smoke in June caused some worries that bees, so necessary for pollination, might stay near hives, reducing pumpkin numbers. But once the skies cleared... Read more →

Samaritan Offers Free Social Isolation, Loneliness and Connection Information Session

on Monday, November 6 Jillian Racoosin of Foundation for Social Connection to Lead This Special Presentation Mount Laurel, NJ – Earlier this year, the U.S. Surgeon General released an advisory that stated loneliness is more widespread than other major health issues in the nation. Loneliness and social isolation are being linked to serious health conditions and public health risks in older adults – reinforcing the fact that social connection plays a critical role in an individual’s health and wellbeing, as well as society’s overall health, in a number of ways. Samaritan, in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Southern New... Read more →

Two Gunpoint Stranger Rapes in 12th District of Philadelphia

Between 10/14/23 and 10/15/23, there have been two reported gunpoint Stranger Rapes in the 12th District. This pattern is based on modus operandi, description of offender & geographical location. On 10/14/23, 3:00AM on the 1600 block of S. 55th St. A female complainant reported that she was inside her vehicle at the traffic light located at 55th and Kingsessing Avenue when the offender approached her vehicle, pointed a small black handgun at her, and demanded money. The complainant gave the offender $20.00, he then ordered her to unlock the car doors, and then got into her vehicle and directed her... Read more →

Rocky Horror Show Coming to Secret Location

photo provided HADDONFIELD NJ (October 23, 2023)--The Rocky Horror Show is coming to a SECRET location in South Jersey the weekend before Halloween. In honor of its 50th anniversary, Haddonfield Plays & Players will stage the full musical in an undisclosed location within five miles of the theater. It’s a totally immersive experience with non-traditional seating and prop bags for each attendee in a BYOB venue. Four performances: October 26, 27, and 28 at 8 p.m., and a special 11:30 p.m. show on the 28th. Tickets here. Photos here. Let's do the time warp again, Your Segel Associates Team Read more →

Lane Closures In GCity; Klemm Ave Bridge Completed by Year's End

I-76 westbound lane closures are required tonight as the bridge deck project nears completion in Gloucester City; Closures are necessary to restore lanes to the original configuration (Trenton) – I-76 westbound is scheduled to have lane closures tonight between the Market Street overpass and Nicholson Road as the I-76 Bridge over Klemm Avenue rehabilitation project nears completion in Gloucester City, Camden County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Monday, October 23, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, October 24, the three right lanes on I-76 westbound are scheduled to be closed between the Market Street overpass and just past Nicholson Road. The... Read more →

Alleged Killer of Jody Spence is from Philadelphia

Camden City N.J.- A Philadelphia man has been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a man in Camden on October 6, 2023, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Michael Field, 44, of Philadelphia, was charged with first-degree Murder in the death of Jody Spence, 31, of Camden. An investigation determined that Spence was fatally shot on October 6, 2023, at approximately 10:24 p.m., outside of the Wheels of Soul Motorcycle Club at the 800 block of Princess Avenue in Camden. On Wednesday, October 11, 2023, detectives of the... Read more →

Delaware Officials Caution Drivers to be Alert for Deer

Watch Out for Deer During Mating Season, Delaware Authorities Caution Drivers Extra Vigilance on Roads Called for as Days Shorten and Deer Become More Active Morning and Evening CNBNEWS GRAPHICS FILE As clocks are about to fall back to Eastern Standard Time and the days and daylight shorten, it’s also a dangerous time of year to be on the road because of the annual white-tailed deer mating season known as the rut. During the rut, which lasts from late October through November and into December, males (bucks) go about their annual pursuit of females (does) in the First State. The... Read more →

“Take Me to the River” Schuylkill-themed Art Show

OPENING at Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Take Me to the River is a multimedia art show set to open on Saturday, October 28 at the Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center. October 28 is also the opening day for the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta hosted by the University Barge Club. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Corinne M. Dieterle, artist and curator Michael W Murphy, videographer Peter Kinney, painting Joseph Sweeney, painting Lauren Travers, photography Roman Tybinko, painting Ruth Wolf, painting Nancy Halbert Helen Mangelsdorf Richard Sharp WHERE: Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center 640 Water Works Drive Phila, PA 19130... Read more →

Center Square Report: 736 Known Terrorists Apprehended at U.S. Border in Fiscal 2023

66% of those apprehended at the northern border (The Center Square) – There were 736 known or suspected terrorists (KSTs) apprehended at the northern and southern borders in fiscal 2023. The Center Square initially reported 659 were apprehended for the fiscal year, as of Sept. 15, 2023. The fiscal year ended Sept. 30. U.S. Customs and Border Protection published new data this weekend revealing that federal agents apprehended an additional 77 in the last two weeks of September. The total of 736 is the greatest number of KSTs apprehended in recorded U.S. history. CRIME A significant majority – 66% –... Read more →

Gloucester High Homecoming Game

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ -(CNBNews)-During halftime of the Lions - Collingswood Football game the 2023 Homecoming ceremony was held. The King and Queen were announced and Outstanding Running Back Jake Zearfoss added to to memorable night being crown Homecoming King along with Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss (photo below). Homecoming King Zake Zearfoss Homecoming Queen Brianna Wimer Photos Courtesy Rachel Marie, Kaylee Lovern Read more →

Lions improve to 7-1; Host Playoff Game this Friday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ ((October 21, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester High School Lions won their 7th straight game on Friday night, October 20. Their only loss was to Schalick on the opening day of the season. Pictured Lions Jake Zearfoss Friday evening was the GHS Homecoming Game where the Lions hosted Collingswood High School. The Lions beat Collingswood 35 - 0 behind Lions RB Jake Zearfoss who rushed for 85 yards and a 5 yard TD run. The Lions RB Mason Widman provided another rushing TD to his resume of 20 touchdowns in 2023 Pictured Td Run Mason Widman Interception touchdown returns by Trevin... Read more →

The Different Types of Roulette Bets

Roulette, often referred to as the "King of Casino Games," has captivated gamblers for centuries with its unique blend of luck, strategy, and the tantalizing spin of a wheel. For newcomers and seasoned veterans alike, understanding the different types of bets available can greatly enhance the playing experience. In this guide, we will delve into the intricacies of each bet type, offering a deeper comprehension of their mechanics, odds, and suitable player profiles. 1. Straight up: Description: This is the purest form of betting in roulette. By placing your chip directly on a specific number, including 0 (and 00 in... Read more →

Catalytic Converter Theft Form and Hotline

Since announcing the dismantling of a corrupt criminal enterprise that specialized in the theft of catalytic converters throughout the region, the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office has been inundated with calls and emails from possible victims. If you believe you were a victim of this corrupt organization, we want to here from you. To help manage these calls, we’ve created a hotline that will be monitored and documented by our Victim Witness Unit. Additionally, we have created a Catalytic Converter Intake Form so victims can submit their information directly. You can submit your information either way. This hotline and this... Read more →

Nine Charged in Theft Ring That Targeted Verizon Utility Wires Throughout Bucks County

Nine people were charged with stealing Verizon wires from utility poles throughout Bucks County and selling it at as scrap, costing the utility company more than $250,000 to replace. Between May and October, the organization, who referred to themselves as the “Get Money Squad,” committed wire thefts in Lower Makefield Township, Upper Makefield Township, Warminster Township, Bensalem Township and Bristol Township. The evidence indicates some of those charged even posed as members of a search party looking for children swept away during the deadly July flash flooding in Lower Makefield Township, just so they could steal more wire. The joint... Read more →


On October 21st, 2023, 57-year-old Leo R. Smith II was reported missing from Gloucester Township. Leo was last seen on Thursday October 19th, 2023 at approximately 2130 hours. Leo was last reported to be in the area of Glendora (Gloucester Township). Leo is a white male, 5’09 height and approximately 165 pounds with blue eyes and gray hair. He was last seen wearing black pants and a black shirt. He often wears glasses. If anyone has additional information or knowledge of Leo’s whereabouts, please call 9-1-1, the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500 or the GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line... Read more →

5G vs Fiber Internet: What's The Difference

In today’s digital world, having a fast and reliable internet connection is really important. Two popular options in the race for high-speed internet are 5G and Fiber Internet. Although both are reliable and high-speed, there are some differences between them. In this article, we will uncover some key differences between 5G and Fiber Internet, as knowing this will help you decide which one is the best for your needs. Let’s dive in! Key Differences Between 5G and Fiber Internet Both 5G and Fiber Internet offer high-speed and reliable data transmission and communication, but there are some very important differences between... Read more →

Gloucester City's Leaf Collection Oct 6 - Dec. 18

2023 Leaf Collection Program will be starting on October 30th, 2023 and will continue until, and finish, the week of December 18th, 2023. SECTION 1: Woods, Francesville, and the area east of Broadway to Johnson Blvd., and north of Monmouth St. to Sherman St. This section will be done during the weeks of: October 30th and November 27th, 2023. SECTION 2: Highland Park, Riverview Hts., and the area west of Broadway to King St., and south of Market St. to Jersey Ave. This section will be done during the weeks of: November 6th and December 4th, 2023. SECTION 3: Cypress... Read more →

5 Challenges in Implementing Telehealth Solutions

With the rise in emerging technology, advanced techniques are also rising in the healthcare unit. One such technology is “Telehealth.” Although it has been in the industry for quite a long time, its use has significantly increased during COVID-19. Telehealth is the means of delivering medical information with the help of telecommunication technology. It does not require a physical visit to the hospital. However, like any other technology, implementing telehealth solutions also come with some challenges, such as privacy-related challenges. Here, we will discuss the five most important challenges in implementing telehealth solutions. Understanding these challenges is essential to uncover... Read more →

Which Cruise Lines Have The Best Loyalty Programs?

Embarking on a cruise vacation is a unique and enriching experience. For most people, a cruise vacation is an incredible experience of a lifetime, but you know what could make this experience even more incredible? Loyalty Programs. Cruise loyalty programs, similar to the frequent flier programs in the airline industry, are designed to make your cruise vacation experience even more incredible by providing you with delightful perks and benefits, such as picture priority booking, access to exclusive events, special discounts, etc. These loyalty programs reward travelers for their repeat business to create a sense of belonging and enhance the cruise... Read more →

LaDean Marian (Mathers - Miller) "Toni" Johnson of Willingboro

Deptford Township - LaDean Marian (Mathers-Miller) "Toni" Johnson was the only child born to Al Mathers and Hazel (Miller) Dunn in Allen Co. Ohio on Aug 23,1938. She departed from this life on Oct 12, 2023 at the age of 85 years. She spent most of her early years in Lima, Ohio and also the Cleveland area. As an adult she moved to the Philadelphia and NYC areas, settling in Willingboro, NJ with her husband Charles C. "CC" Johnson. There she ran a successful business supplying restaurants in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs with fine chocolates and other delicacies. After... Read more →

4 Best Customer Retention Strategies

For businesses, especially SaaS and subscription businesses, customer retention rate is a very important metric. For such businesses, increasing customer retention is the key to sustainable business growth. Most businesses aim to have a customer retention rate close to 100%, but anything above 90% is considered low. Of course, it is impossible to retain every single customer every month, but if a business has an extremely low customer retention rate, it means that the business has to implement different strategies. Below, we have mentioned some of the best customer retention strategies that actually work and will allow you to retain... Read more →

Rowan Unable to Overcome Early Mistakes, Salisbury Wins 35-20

GLASSBORO, NJ (OCTOBER 21, 2023)(CNBNews)-– Rowan fell behind early and, despite a second-half push, couldn’t overcome Salisbury, dropping a 35-20 decision in NJAC football action today at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium. Salisbury (4-3; 3-1 NJAC) scored 28 consecutive points before Rowan (2-5; 1-2) got on the board with 4:08 remaining in the third quarter. The Profs put together a 10-play, 75-yard drive, as Nate Maiers connected with a wide open Corey Gordon in the end zone for a 21-yard reception. The Profs scored again, starting their next drive with a touchback after Salisbury fumbled through the end zone at the... Read more →

6 Effective Ways Airlines Can Be More Eco-Friendly

The aviation sector is under scrutiny as our world becomes increasingly conscious of the environment. Because of its significant contribution to carbon emissions and climate change, the aviation sector has faced a lot of backlash. Airlines, which are a major component of the aviation industry, can reduce their carbon footprint and adopt eco-friendly practices. Below, we have mentioned six effective ways airlines can become more environmentally responsible. Embrace Sustainable Aviation Fuels The airline industry is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. One effective way in which airlines can be more eco-friendly is by embracing sustainable aviation fuels. These are... Read more →

Why You Should Hire a Social Media Manager

Social media presence has become imminent for businesses nowadays. It has become a critical component of the business landscape nowadays and offers various benefits that must be utilized to beat the competition. Hiring a social media manager is one of the best things that a business can do to get the most out of its time, money, and resources. Social media managers are people who are paid to manage a company’s social media presence. The job of a social media manager is to build and maintain the presence of a company on various social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram,... Read more →