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January 2024

The Story Behind The Story: Why Decentralized Finance Adoption Took So Long Decentralised finance. It's still, some would call, almost 'taboo'. But it isn't. This new little section of the financial/digital revolution is nothing short of pioneering. But ten years ago, talk of cryptocurrencies or decentralised finance, and you were a conspiracy theorist. Fast forward ten years and more than 23,000 cryptocurrencies are spanning nearly 600 crypto exchanges - from the slightly lesser known Fantom Price to the Ethereum Price, these coins are almost beginning to dominate traditional financial systems - and so they should. But the story behind the story is this - not everybody understands cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.... Read more →

Three Shot; Thieves Leave Baby; Pryor Accomplice Arrested; Child Falls from Window; Body Found

TRIPLE SHOOTING AND A HOMICIDE PHILADELPHIA PA (January 26, 2024)(CNBNews)--This evening at 7:24 PM, a tragic incident unfolded at 56XX Pentridge St., resulting in a triple shooting and homicide. The details of the incident are as follows: Victim#1: A 28-year-old black male sustained multiple gunshot wounds throughout his body. Police transported him to Presbyterian Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 7:34 PM. Victim#2: A 55-year-old black female was shot once in the left forearm and once in the left chest: police transported the female to Presbyterian Hospital, where she is currently listed in stable condition. Victim#3: A 36-year-old black... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Alum Siobhan McGirl Joins NBC 10

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 27, 2024)(CNBNews)--Siobhan McGirl, a former student of Gloucester Catholic High School, has joined NBC 10 Philadelphia as a general assignment reporter. She will be working on weekend mornings, according to Elizabeth Flores, the Vice President of News for NBC10 and Telemundo62. Flores added that they are thrilled to welcome Siobhan to the team and her passion for storytelling, along with her local ties to the community, will bring depth and insight to their journalists. Before joining NBC10, Siobhan worked as a reporter/multimedia journalist at NBC-owned station WVIT in Connecticut for four years. Prior to that, she... Read more →

NJ Transit Announces Cancellation of Controversial TransGrid Power Plant

New Jersey Continues Transition Away From Methane Gas Trenton, NJ - This morning, NJ TRANSIT announced the cancellation of the controversial TransitGrid project claiming it is not “financially feasible.” With the approval of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), NJ TRANSIT will redirect over $500 million in federal grant funding to other resiliency projects in the state of sites that were impacted from Superstorm Sandy in 2012, including improvements at Hoboken Terminal ($88 million), County Yard in New Brunswick ($175 million), and the Raritan River Bridge ($240 million). This announcement is especially timely coming off of this week’s news of a... Read more →

Update: Driver Who Struck Child Charged with Assault by Auto

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (January 18, 2024)(CNBNews)--On 1/18/2024 at approximately 06:38 hours, Gloucester Township Police were dispatched to the area of Hickstown Road and Heatherwood Drive for a report of a student struck by a vehicle while crossing to their school bus. The student was transported to Cooper Hospital with serious injuries. Concluding a collaborative investigation by Gloucester Township Police SCIT (Serious Crash Investigation Team), Gloucester Township CIU (Criminal Investigation Unit), and Camden County Prosecutors Office, it was found that the driver failed to stop for a school bus that had its flashing red warning lights and stop sign activated. Several... Read more →

Philly PD "My Why" Recruitment Campaign

PHILADELPHIA- Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) is excited to introduce "My Why," a unique addition to the PPD's police officer recruitment campaign that delves into the personal motivations of PPD officers. This initiative uncovers the unique motivations and aspirations behind each officer's decision to join the force. By displaying their dedication to serving the Philadelphia community, these videos offer a humanized view of law enforcement behind the badge. The "My Why" campaign features the inspiring narratives of four dedicated PPD members: Corporal Jasmine Reilly, Officer Andrea Jordan, Sergeant Eric Gripp, and Officer Jessie West. Each story brings... Read more →

Michael S. Stein Esq., Receives Patriot Award

Hackensack, NJ (January 26, 2024) - Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. is proud to announce that Michael S. Stein, chair and managing partner of the firm, was presented with the Patriot Award on January 25, 2024. The award was conferred in recognition of Stein’s ongoing support of J. John Kim and his service as an Army Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer in the New Jersey National Guard. Kim graduated with honors from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s School in May 2023. In addition to serving his clients as a partner at Pashman Stein, Kim serves in the U.S. Army... Read more →

Parx Casino® Shippensburg Celebrates Anniversary with $100,000 in Community Impact Donations

To Date, Parx has Donated $300K to Nonprofits Across Shippensburg Region as Part of a 10 Year, 1M Commitment to Support the Community Shippensburg, PA - Parx Casino® Shippensburg will celebrate the first anniversary in Shippensburg with donations totaling $100,000 to regional nonprofit groups. The Parx Shippensburg Impact Donations will go to a list of regional nonprofits (see below) suggested by the Parx Community Support Partners. The Parx community donations will be presented at a January 25th luncheon event at the Liberty Bar & Grill inside the casino. “As a good neighbor, Parx Casino® is proud to annually award impact... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: Billy and The Pandemic

by Slim Randles Almost all of us know how to pronounce pandemic now, and we have a pretty good idea of what it means since everyone we know spent more than a year under virtual house arrest. But that didn’t help Billy much. Billy’s our town dog, of course. He’s been our town dog since Sally passed away on Doc’s porch, and Billy’s owner died two weeks later. Sometimes an honored position doesn’t require an election. Billy took right to it. He made his daily rounds to the back door of the Chinese restaurant and the Mule Barn coffee shop.... Read more →

The Borough of Brooklawn Planning $1 Million in Repairs to Water Treatment Plant

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews BROOKLAWN NJ (January 26, 2024)(CNBNews)--On January 24, 2024, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) issued another warning to the Brooklawn Water Department pertaining to the dangerously high levels of Perfluorononanoic Acid (PFNA) in the borough's drinking water. This was not the first time the NJDEP had contacted the Brooklawn Water Department about this issue. In fact, the NJDEP had already contacted the department on three different occasions in 2023: May 11, July 11, and September 12. It was recently announced that consuming water containing PFNA in excess of the Maximum Contaminant Level... Read more →


WITH DRAG BINGO, SUPERB OWL BRUNCH, VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIALS AND WEEKLY GAMING LINE-UP Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia's board game cafe is rolling into the winter months with a new event line-up for those cold winter days. Thirsty Dice, located at 1642 Fairmount Avenue, invites Philadelphia to keep warm and cozy during January and February with a new event line-up perfect for those that love games, fun, food, drink and adventure. Come out this Sunday, January 27th for the Drag Bingo Brunch with Miss Brittany Lynn and the Philly Drag Mafia starting at 11:30am with drag bingo, a brunch buffet and... Read more →

November Murder Case in Camden City Solved

Camden City, N.J.-(January 26 2024)(CNBNews)-- A Camden City man has been arrested and charged in connection with the shooting of a man in November 2023 that resulted in his death last month, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On January 22, 2024, Marcus Davenport, 39, of Camden City, was charged with first-degree Murder in the death of Anthony Young, 38, of Camden City. Davenport was also charged with second-degree Unlawful Possession of a Weapon and second-degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose. Following an investigation, on January 22, 2024, Davenport... Read more →

Sarah Nafeesa Muhammad, 81, of Camden City

Sarah Nafeesa Muhammad, 81, of Camden, NJ, was born March 28, 1942. She returned to Allah (swt) on January 20, 2024. Sarah was born and raised in Camden and was a student in the Camden school district. She loved sewing, crocheting, crossword puzzles, and baking. Sarah born to Paul and Mary Ray. She was the 9th of 14 children. She retired from Strawbridge and Clothier after more than 20 years of employment. She eventually married Wilbert Jones (Chick)and from that union her only son Al-Mubdi (Deen) was born. Sarah adored her son beyond what is imaginable. She raised him with... Read more →

33-Year-Old Camden City Resident Murdered

Camden City, N.J.- (January 25, 2024)(CNBNews)--Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a man on Wednesday evening in Camden City, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On January 24, 2024, at 9:05 p.m., the Camden County Police Department received a ShotSpotter activation for gunfire in the area of the 700 block of Ramona Gonzalez Street in Camden City. Shortly thereafter, Camden County Police Department received notification that a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds had arrived at Cooper University Hospital. The victim was later identified as Terrance Dickerson, 33, of Camden... Read more →

New Leaders Appointed at Jefferson Health in New Jersey

Jefferson Health, which includes Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital, Jefferson Stratford Hospital and Jefferson Washington Township Hospital in New Jersey, has announced promotions and appointments of several leaders: Diane Juliano, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, FACHE, has been named regional Chief Nursing Officer. In this role, Dr. Juliano has overall responsibility for patient care services and nursing operations, with oversight of more than 1,400 RNs and nursing staff. Dr. Juliano joined Jefferson in 2019 as Corporate Director of Nursing for the Stratford Hospital and, in 2021, was promoted to Assistant VP of Clinical Services. Most recently, she had served as Associate Chief... Read more →


CORRECTION EDITOR'S NOTE: The article's headline was corrected from "USCLEPALOOZA EXPANDS TO FOUR EVENTS" to "MUSCLEPALOOZA EXPANDS TO FOUR EVENTS. " -30- IN 2024 AS PART OF HEMMINGS’ 70TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION This High-Octane Event Series Kicks Off in Mohnton, Pa. April 13, Visit ​​ for More Info! MOHNTON, PA. (January 19, 2024) – The Reading, Pa. area is gearing up to host the first stop of Hemmings’ spectacular Musclepalooza as they celebrate their 70th anniversary. “America’s Celebration of Vintage and Modern Muscle Cars” will hit Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton on Saturday, April 13, kicking off this unparalleled event series... Read more →

XO Bar Returns to Resorts Casino Hotel

Valentine-themed pop up at Bar One is open now through Thursday, February 29th ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (January 19, 2024) – Valentine’s Day is just under a month away, and XO Bar located at Bar One is back and better than ever! This year’s theme is naughty or nice, and guests are invited to bring their sweethearts to enjoy delicious valentine-themed cocktails like The Love Bug, The Red Velvet Flirtini and The Spicy Hot Shot. XO Bar isn’t just for lovers – on February 6th, iconic AC drag queen Brittany Lynn is set to bring a Galentine’s Day Queen Cabaret to... Read more →

NJ College Students in the News: U of Kentucky, Mississippi State, AIC, James Madison U

University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences December 2023 Graduates LEXINGTON, KY (01/23/2024)-- The University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences recognized more than 230 candidates for graduation during a commencement ceremony Dec. 15, 2023, at Rupp Arena in Lexington Kentucky. Among them were: Anthony Duca, Jr of Medford, NJ (08055), with a Bachelor of Liberal Studies . Mollie Share of Ventnor City, NJ (08406), with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography. Names printed in this news release for the December 2023 commencement ceremony include students who have applied for a degree. The inclusion of such names does... Read more →

Help Keep Letter Carriers Safe

NEW JERSEY – The US Postal Service will make every reasonable effort to provide retail and delivery service to customers when it is safe to do so – neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow. To assist in the mission of safe and timely delivery to customers, the public can help in keeping walkways, sidewalks, and approaches to mailboxes clear from snow and ice. Mounds of snow and patches of ice in front of mailboxes are a barrier to safe delivery. Residents should maintain a clear path to their mailbox — including steps, porches, walkways and street approach — to help... Read more →

CNBNews January 2024 Cheers and Jeers (continue)

COMPILED BY CNBNEWS William E. Cleary Sr. Editor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 25, 2024) (CNBNews photos)--Since December 4, 2023, a dumpster filled to the brim with trash has been left on Barnard Avenue. Despite residents' efforts to contact the police department, the issue remains unresolved. One resident said, "This is unacceptable! The owner of the building and the city department heads responsible for enforcing housing laws must take immediate action to remove the dumpster and clean up the area. It is their duty to ensure the safety and well-being of the community. We demand that they fulfill this responsibility without... Read more →


Join us to remember Charisse McGill, French Toast Bae, founder of Lokal Artisan Foods and French Toast Bites, and Executive Director of the Farmers Market Coalition. Memorial for Charisse McGill Friday, January 26th @ 11am Doors open at 10:30 am This will go through 12-12:30 pm pending speakers and a number of guests but could extend longer. The Chapel at St. Joseph's University, 2525 Cardinal Avenue, Phila 19131 Parking is limited. There is a parking lot that can be used but requires a walk. There might be spots in the arriving lot, but they are limited. There is also street... Read more →

Philly PD Crime Report: Juvenile Detainee Escapes from CHOP

Juvenile Detainee Escapes from CHOP, Considered Dangerous PHILADELPHIA PA (January 24, 2024)(CNBNews)--Philadelphia police released information at 2:50 PM pertaining to a juvenile detainee escaping from CHOP, 34th and Convention Avenue, North of CHOP's main entrance. The police said 17-year-old Shane Pryor is considered dangerous. DETAILS: 17-year-old black male, light complexion, 5'7", 180 lbs. Last seen wearing a blue sweater, blue sweatpants, no shoes Fled from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) emergency room parking lot at 34th & Spruce Street around 11:56 AM today Last seen headed towards University Avenue and Civic Center Boulevard Considered dangerous. DO NOT APPROACH! Call... Read more →

New Jersey Students Named to Charleston's President's List and Dean's List

CHARLESTON, SC (01/23/2024)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 3,500 students who were named to the President's List and the Dean's List for Fall 2023. Haley Schonberg of Medford (08055) was named to the President's List (Highly Distinguished). Schonberg is majoring in Psychology. Mollie Crumpton of Cherry Hill (08002) was named to the President's List (Highly Distinguished). Crumpton is majoring in Political Science. Christopher Amons of Haddonfield (08033) was named to the President's List (Highly Distinguished). Amons is majoring in Economics and Finance. Casey Riley of Medford (08055) was named to the President's List (Highly Distinguished). Riley is majoring in... Read more →

NJ Students at University of Alabama Among Fall 2023 Graduates

Fall 2023 Graduates Announced at UA TUSCALOOSA, AL (01/23/2024)-- Some 2,000 degrees were awarded during The University of Alabama's fall 2023 commencement at Coleman Coliseum. A recent economic analysis found that a degree from The University of Alabama can pay more over time than investments in U.S. stock market indexes. The University provides numerous opportunities for service and growth through its educational, social and cultural experiences. Local students include: Zachary Andrews of Sewell (08080). Andrews received the following degree(s): Bachelor of Science in Commerce & Business Administration. Courtney Carmen of Egg Hbr Twp (08234). Carmen received the following degree(s): Bachelor... Read more →

Gloucester City Firefighters Welcome Nick Stewart to their Ranks

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 24, 2024)(CNBNews)-The Gloucester City Fire Department (GCFD)members welcomed firefighter Nick Stewart to their ranks today. Stewart is the son of Firefighter Thomas G. Stewart III, who died in the tragic fire that took the lives of three firemen and three children on July 4, 2002. Besides 30-year-old Stewart, two Mount Ephraim volunteer firemen died. They were John D. West, 40, and James E. Sylvester, 30. The three children, all sisters, included a five-year-old and two twins, both three years old. The following message was posted on the GCFD Facebook page. Today is a great day at... Read more →

State Imposing Restrictions on Vehicle Travel into Wharton State Forest

DEP OPENS ONLINE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD, HOLDS OPEN HOUSE ON PROPOSED WHARTON STATE FOREST VISITING VEHICLE USE MAP (24/P1) TRENTON – Building upon its commitment to robust public engagement, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is now accepting online comments from the public for the proposed Wharton State Forest Visiting Vehicle Use Map. The proposed map, released today, designates legal driving routes within New Jersey’s largest state forest. In addition, an in-person open house is taking place today at the Batsto Visitor Center in Wharton State Forest until 7 p.m. where the public may leave written comments. Those unable... Read more →

You’re Invited! Coffee with a Cop

COFFEE WITH A COP We will be having our first "Coffee with a Cop" of 2024 on Friday, February 23, 2024. This will occur at Wawa (2290 Clement Ave) from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Come out to get to know some of our officers and help build a stronger relationship with the community. Alert sent on 01/24/2024 at 12:24PM EST Read more →

CNB Business News: Off The Rail to re-open in early-February

MEDIA PA (January 24, 2024)(CNBNews)--Off The Rail, located at 109 W. State Street in Media will re-open on February 6, 2024 following their closure in late-2023. This will be a staged process for the company, who will begin with the brand new dining room and small bar area, with plans for the outside bar and patio to re-open in time for Spring and Dining Under The Stars in Media. Changes include family-friendly seating and the loss of the popular DJ booth. The enhanced menu will bring back customer favorites such as Wings ($11), Bacon, Egg and Cheese ($12), Mozzarella Sticks... Read more →

Melinda Castro Ciattarelli Will Not Run For Senate

HILLSBOROUGH – Melinda Castro Ciattarelli, who was testing the waters to gauge the viability of a run for US Senate, today announced she will not seek a seat in the United States Senate and released the following statement: “I am thankful to all who were supportive of a run for US Senate and those who reached out with encouraging words. At this point in my life my wellbeing and the wellbeing of my family are my priority. I have always focused on the wants and needs of others, especially those I care about the most. “My morals, principles and values... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: Sierra Club Celebrates Third Round of Offshore Wind Solicitations 

Trenton, NJ (January 24, 2024)– Today, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) announced the winners of the third solicitation for offshore wind projects in New Jersey. Selected new developers include Leading Light Wind, a joint venture between Invenergy and energyRE which will bring 2400 MW of power to 1 million homes. Light Wind is the first American project to be awarded an offshore wind bid, and includes an energy equity program aimed to reduce costs to ratepayers. The second project will be developed by Attentive Energy LLC and total 1342 MW. Combined these two projects will bring 3,742... Read more →

Tamyra Ramsey Named Philly PD Acting Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

PHILADELPHIA- The Philadelphia Police Department is proud to announce Ms. Tamyra Ramsey as the Acting Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Tamyra Ramsey The Philadelphia Police Department remains committed to placing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the forefront of its mission, and recognizes the critical role it plays in building trust and positive relationships within the community and our department. Ms. Ramsey will hold the position of Acting Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Officer while a search is conducted for a permanent replacement. Tamyra Ramsey, a West Philadelphia native, is a highly respected thought leader and educator specializing in... Read more →

Andrew Campbell, Jr., age 70, Owner of Campbell Lock and Safe

Andrew Batchelor Campbell, Jr., Age 70, entered his eternal resting place on Friday, January 19, 2024. We are forever grateful for the amazing care he received for the last five years at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia. Andy was born September 11, 1953, in Woodbury, New Jersey. He was a locksmith extraordinaire for 50 years and owner of Campbell Lock & Safe, Inc. in Westville, New Jersey, for 30 years. He was also a Freemason for 40 years. Andy was an avid sports fan of the Philadelphia Flyers and Phillies. He played, coached, and was associated with multiple hockey communities.... Read more →

NJ Law Allows More Residents to Receive “Hospital at Home” Care

New Law Enables More N.J. Residents to Receive ‘Hospital at Home’ Those with private, commercial health insurance or Medicaid are now eligible to receive comprehensive, acute care at home. Virtua Health is among N.J.’s largest providers of Hospital at Home (MARLTON, NJ…January 23, 2024) An emerging form of health care that enables patients to receive hospital-level services at home is now available to many more New Jersey residents, thanks to a law enacted today (Jan. 23). Called Hospital at Home, this care model is now available to both Medicaid participants and people with private, commercial health insurance, when medically appropriate.... Read more →

New Blood Test for Alzheimer's Disease

Promise In Early Intervention Treatments A new blood test is showing “high accuracy” in screening for Alzheimer’s Disease markers, before the onset of symptoms according to a study published in JAMA Neurology this week. The study involved testing blood for a key biomarker of Alzheimer’s, a protein called phosphorylated tau or p-tau21, which increases at the same time as other damaging proteins — beta amyloid and tau — build up in the brains of people with the disease. The study found a simple blood test to be up to 96% accurate in identifying elevated levels of beta amyloid and up... Read more →

How Long Does It Take to Finalize Divorce in Washington State?

“You know why divorces are so expensive? They're worth it.” Willie Nelson Understanding the divorce process in Washington State Divorce is a complex and emotionally difficult process. It often takes a great deal of time and effort to reach a final resolution. In Washington State, many factors affect the length of the divorce process. Divorce can be delayed because of the mandatory waiting period set by law. Washington state law gives couples at least 90 days from the date of filing before they are finalized in their divorce. This waiting period allows spouses to discuss the possibility of reconciliation or... Read more →

New Jersey's Online Gambling Boom: A Double-Edged Sword for Traditional Casinos

In the evolving landscape of New Jersey's gambling industry, 2023 marked a significant milestone. The state's casino and sports betting operators, along with their online affiliates, accumulated a record-breaking $5.8 billion in revenue, an 11% increase from the previous year. Online platforms like Zodiac Casino are on the rise across the world, and New Jersey is no exception. However, this surge in digital gambling casts a shadow over traditional casinos, particularly in Atlantic City, where two-thirds are still grappling with reduced in-person winnings compared to pre-pandemic levels. The Nuances of Digital Gambling Success The data from the New Jersey Division... Read more →

How to Find a Good Divorce Lawyer in Michigan: 6 Helpful Tips

* “Divorce is expensive. I used to joke they were going to call it 'all the money,' but they changed it to 'alimony.' It's ripping your heart out through your wallet.” Robin Williams Choosing a qualified attorney who specializes in divorce is already half of success. In such sensitive matters, you should not rely on luck but should carefully study the recommendations and find a specialist who will guide you through the divorce process with minimal financial, time, and emotional losses. So, how do you find a good attorney in Michigan? We have put together some helpful guidelines for you.... Read more →

The Custodian of Records Redacted Names; WHY?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews A few days ago Clearysnotebook printed a column about the number of out-of-town landlords and the effect these owners and their properties have on the city. There were addresses provided by the city's Custodian of Records. Many of the landlords' names were redacted with a big black line hiding the owners' names. The redaction is amusing if you have any computer skills at all. Property owners, city employees and salaries, city retirees and pension amount, even Postal Service employees are paid with your tax dollars and you have the right to know. CNBNews graphic file*... Read more →

Divorce Settlement Agreement Checklist: 15 Dos and Don'ts in 2023

“In every marriage more than a week old, there are grounds for divorce. The trick is to find, and continue to find, grounds for marriage.” Robert Anderson Are you on the verge of a divorce? You need a checklist for divorce settlement of what to do and consider first. Be sure to consult a family law attorney Navigating divorce proceedings entails grappling with complex legal matters, often challenging for individuals lacking legal training or experience. Seeking expert guidance is crucial to securing equitable outcomes in negotiations or litigation concerning property division, alimony, or child custody matters. Engaging the services of... Read more →

Vacations for Divorced Singles: Top 11 Resorts for the Newly Divorced

“I want to be able to go on vacations with my friends and not have to think about a man.” Andi Dorfman Undergoing a Pennsylvania online divorce can be emotionally and physically taxing. Consequently, once you've navigated through all the necessary procedures, we suggest taking some time to unwind at a resort tailored for individuals enjoying the single life. Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino. Willemstad, Curacao Sunscape Curacao Resort, Spa & Casino has a lot of programs and training for singles aimed at personal growth. This is in addition to classic leisure activities such as relaxing with a tropical... Read more →

Sweet Heart Skate Just Weeks Away

PHILADELPHIA (January 18, 2024) – It has been a festive season for the books along the Delaware River Waterfront. The 30th Anniversary Season of Independence Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest started out with free skating - and there are still so many opportunities to save and enjoy winter on the Waterfront with numerous specials, promotions, and deals. And of course, the most romantic event of the season, Sweetheart Skate, is just a few weeks away. 50% OFF WEEKDAY CABINS, FIREPITS, AND THE RINKSIDE LOUNGE From now through the end of the season, cabins, firepits and rinkside lounge rentals are 50% off... Read more →


Mt. Laurel, NJ – Samaritan will hold its annual Celebration of Life Gala, presented by Holman Enterprises, on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 6 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Cherry Hill, NJ. The annual fundraising event will feature delicious food, live music by Masquerade, dancing and more and celebrates Samaritan’s 43 years of providing an expanding range of life-enhancing care to more than 11,000 families annually throughout Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Mercer counties. Each year, Samaritan honors individuals and organizations at the Celebration of Life Gala who are dedicated in their service to the organization, as well... Read more →

How to Choose the Best Real Estate Classes in Orange County

Orange County, commonly known by its initials OC, is a Los Angeles suburb in Southern California. It has a thriving real estate sector, extending from the beaches to downtown Anaheim. As such, it attracts many realtors from within and the neighboring counties. To become a real estate agent or salesperson in Orange County, one has to apply for a real estate license, which is a multi-step process. One of the main steps is acquiring the skills necessary through a 135-hour real estate course designed by the state and offered by approved physical and online schools. Today, our focus is on... Read more →

Pennsauken PD Seeking Your Help Locating Missing Juvenile Female

RELATED: MISSING PERSON The Pennsauken Township Police Department is seeking the public's help in finding a 16-year-old girl who has gone missing. The girl's name is Emiyah Brown, and she is an African American female, 5'7" tall and weighs 130lbs. She was last seen wearing a black Northface coat, ripped blue jeans, and black and white New Balance sneakers at the Wawa on Route 70 in Pennsauken. Her possible destination is Camden City. If you have any information about Emiyah Brown's whereabouts, please contact the Pennsauken Police Department at (856) 488-0080 extension 2015 or [email protected]. Read more →

NJ American Water Roadwork in Audubon

(Lindenwold, NJ) – NJ American Water will be replacing a concrete water main trench on Wyoming Avenue in Audubon from Monday Jan. 22 to Friday Jan. 26 between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. There will be full road closure of Wyoming Avenue between Merchant Street and Audubon Avenue. “Motorists should plan ahead to take alternate routes and give themselves plenty of time to get to their destinations,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “Also, remember that when you’re traveling through a construction area, please slow down and stay alert for crew members and debris.”... Read more →

Group Launches Ad Campaign Pushing for Federal School Choice Tax Credit

National School Choice Week: Campaign advocating for passage of the Educational Choice for Children Act to expand school choice to all 50 states Click here to watch ad WASHINGTON, DC—The Invest in Education Coalition (IIEC), a national school choice advocacy group, launched a TV and digital ad campaign for National School Choice Week, that advocates for the passage of the Educational Choice for Children Act (ECCA). The ads feature stories of school choice beneficiaries who support the federal Educational Choice for Children Act that they say will ensure that every child can get access to the educations options that best... Read more →


This undated photograph released by the U.S. military's Central Command shows what it is described as the vessel that carried Iranian-made missile components bound for Yemen's Houthi in the Arabian Sea. U.S. Navy SEALs seized Iranian-made missile parts and other weaponry from a ship bound for Yemen's Houthi rebels in a raid that saw two of its commandos go missing, the U.S. military said Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. Five Things to Know The American Legion JAN 22, 2024 1. The 10-day search to rescue two Navy SEALs lost in the Arabian Sea during a mission to board a ship and... Read more →

Wreaths Across America Announces New Theme for 2024

National Nonprofit “Live with Purpose.” COLUMBIA FALLS, ME — January 22, 2024 — Wreaths Across America (WAA), the national nonprofit whose year-long mission is to Remember the fallen, Honor those who serve, and Teach our children the value of freedom, proudly announces its theme for 2024: “Live with Purpose.” Each year, millions of volunteers and patriots gather in local, state, and national cemeteries across all 50 states and abroad to pay tribute to our nation’s servicemembers and their families. This year’s theme, “Live with Purpose,” draws inspiration from the remarkable stories of these volunteers whose impactful work in their communities... Read more →

DeSantis Departure Leaves Trump With 19-Point Lead In NH

Suffolk University/Boston Globe/NBC-10 Tracking Poll: BOSTON—Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s Sunday announcement suspending his presidential bid left former President Donald Trump with a 19-point lead (57%) ahead of former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley (38%) one day before New Hampshire’s Republican primary, according to a new Suffolk University/Boston Globe/NBC-10 tracking poll of likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters. The tracking poll, which consists of a two-day rolling average, is the sixth of seven daily tracking surveys that will be released each morning ahead of the New Hampshire primary. To adjust for DeSantis suspending his campaign, the DeSantis voters from Saturday’s sample... Read more →


(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Commissioner Virginia Betteridge, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the region will continue to be under a Code Blue Advisory from Monday evening to Tuesday morning. The Health Officer has issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. beginning January 22 to the morning of January 23. The after-hours code blue emergency hotline is 2-1-1. “It is crucial that everyone gets inside and away from these dangerous elements,” Betteridge said. “It’s also important that our elderly residents and those living with... Read more →