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April 2024

Environmental Lecture Series Ends Wednesday, May 1 at St. Maria Goretti Hill, Runnemede

The culmination of a thought-provoking environmental lecture series is set to take place on May 1st, 2024, with the final seminar hosted by Camden County Certified Gardeners. The event will be held at St. Maria Goretti Hall, located at 321 Orchard Ave, Runnemede, NJ 08078, beginning at 6:30 PM. Open to all members of the community, including 7th-grade students from area schools who may receive extra credit for attending, this seminar promises to be an engaging and informative experience. Hosted by the GFWC Woman's Club of Runnemede in collaboration with the Runnemede, Somerdale, and Barrington Green Teams, the seminar aims... Read more →


The Passing Of Chief John Stollsteimer, Jr. (Retired)

Message From Chief David Harkins: (April 29, 2024) I regret to announce the passing of Chief John Stollsteimer Jr. Badge #17, who served as the 8th Police Chief of the Gloucester Township Police Department from July 1, 1992 until July 1, 2006. Chief Stollsteimer served as a Gloucester Township Police Officer from December 2, 1970 until his retirement on July 1, 2006 (36 years). Chief Stollsteimer served as the President of the Camden County Association of Chiefs of Police from May 1997 - May 1998, and was a member of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police and... Read more →


Rowan Moves to the Next Round of NJAC Baseball Championship

UNION, NJ – Tyler Cannon and Anthony Schooley had three hits each, and righthander Mike Shannon went eight innings to earn the win, as fifth-seeded Rowan (25-11) held on for an 8-6 win over second-seeded Kean in the opening round of the NJAC Baseball Championship. CNBNews graphic files The double-elimination tournament moves to Rutgers-Camden for the weekend with the #21 Profs set to take on third-seeded Ramapo, on Friday at 7 p.m. The Roadrunners defeated Rutgers-Camden, 8-7, today. Shannon (7-2) went 8.0 innings and struck out three, allowing three runs. It marked the third straight game in which the senior... Read more →


Major Shakeup in PPD: The 6th and 9th Police Districts Will Merge on May 1

Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) marks a significant change in its Central Patrol Division with the official merger of the 6th and 9th Police Districts. The merger is effective May 1st, 2024, at 12:01 image courtesy of the PPD AM. This strategic decision unites the capabilities and resources of both districts, allowing for a more responsive approach to the needs of Center City. The merger promises several key benefits for the community including: Increased Line Squad Officers on Patrol. More officers patrolling the streets means faster response times to calls for service and enhanced backup support for... Read more →


Municipal Aid applications being accepted for $150 million in FY25 grants

Transit Village, Bikeways, and Safe Streets to Transit applications also being accepted (Trenton) – The Murphy Administration today announced the grant solicitation period for NJDOT’s Fiscal Year 2025 State Aid programs is now open. Starting today, April 29, applications will be accepted for Municipal Aid, Transit Village, Bikeway, and Safe Streets to Transit programs through July 1, 2024. “Governor Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Transportation are committed to investing in municipal and county infrastructure by providing financial assistance and technical expertise for local road and bridge projects,” NJDOT Acting Commissioner Fran O’Connor said. “Municipal Aid grants, along with... Read more →


Route 42 southbound overnight lane closures this week in GLOUCESTER COUNTY

At least one lane of traffic will be maintained (Trenton) – Route 42 is scheduled to have lane closures beginning tonight and continuing over the next several weeks between Black Horse Pike/Route 168/Atlantic City Expressway in Washington and Route 55 in Deptford, Gloucester County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Monday, April 29 until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, April 30, and continuing Monday through Thursday nights at the same times over the next several weeks, the left and center lanes on Route 42 southbound will be closed between Black Horse Pike/Route 168/Atlantic City Expressway in Washington and Route 55 in Deptford.... Read more →


Celebrating Spring with Majális: Hungary's Festive Day of Labor and Leisure

Majális is not just a public holiday in Hungary; it is a celebration deeply rooted in the cultural fabric of the nation. Every year on the 1st of May, Hungarians welcome the spring with a vibrant display of community spirit, joyous gatherings, and a general air of festivity. This day, aligned with International Workers' Day, offers a unique blend of traditional labor celebrations and spring festivities that bring families and communities together. Embracing Tradition and Modernity While Majális is traditionally associated with the labor movement, its modern celebrations have evolved to include a wide array of activities suitable for all... Read more →


Deciphering the Enigma: Exploring the Depths of Quantum AI

Quantum AI is a trailblazing light in the enormous field of artificial intelligence, combining the limitless potential of AI with the mysterious concepts of quantum physics. Leading this cosmic journey is none other than Elon Musk Quantum AI, a man whose adventurous travels through the technological universe have sparked intense interest in the fusion of artificial intelligence and quantum computing. However, what is quantum artificial intelligence exactly, and how can it unravel the mysteries of the cosmos' mysterious fabric? Discover the essence of Quantum AI's inner workings and unravel its complexities by continuing to read. Quantum Mechanics Meets Artificial Intelligence:... Read more →


FOND MEMORIES: Brooklawn American Legion 72 Years of Baseball Glory Days

Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes or games are created equal--George Will photo credit American Legion Baseball Joe "Pop" Barth CNBNews photo by John Kellmayer Baseball is a game of legends. One of New Jersey’s biggest baseball legends is Joe “Pop” Barth. Before I wrote this story, I wanted to visit the field named in his honor. In the tiny Cabin County community of Brooklawn, there is a baseball field, located less than fifty yards from Route 130. An Italian restaurant on 130 pumps... Read more →


AC HOTEL/CASINO NEWS:

Memorial Day Weekend Beach Ball Drop at Resorts Casino Hotel...

Returns with Special Guest Kelsey Grammar A weekend filled with thrilling promos, live music, giveaways and much more begins Friday, May 24th ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (April 29, 2024) – Resorts Casino Hotel is set to kick off the summer like no other! Throughout Memorial Day Weekend, guests will be able to enjoy can’t-miss live entertainment from Sidestory, Candlelight: Featuring Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Alter Ego Experience, plus get the chance to Putt Putt for Slot Cash and other prizes. Additionally, guests won’t want to miss out on the Annual Opening of the Sea Ceremony and Beach Ball Drop, where Kelsey... Read more →


Congressman Van Drew Announces FAA Technical Center to Remain in South Jersey

Washington, DC - Today, Congressman Van Drew announced his support for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2024 which will be voted on by the House next week. Included in this agreement is Congressman Van Drew's bill guaranteeing that the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center is written into the U.S. Code and will permanently remain in South Jersey. "I am thrilled to announce that our efforts to secure the FAA Technical Center as a permanent fixture in our South Jersey community have finally paid off," said Congressman Van Drew. "The inclusion of my provisions in the FAA... Read more →


Charles D. Kenney, “Danny” , Oaklyn Letter Carrier, Haddon Twp. Crossing Guard

Charles D. Kenney, fondly known as "Danny," passed away on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at Jefferson Hospital in Cherry Hill. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 26, 1948. Danny worked tirelessly as a letter carrier for the Oaklyn Post Office for 37 years, where he not only delivered mail but also ensured that the dogs along his route were taken care of on scorching hot days, always carrying treats for his furry friends. Following retirement, Danny worked as a crossing guard for the Haddon Twp. School District Described as a good person with a heart of gold, Danny's... Read more →


James R. Flanagan, Jr., age 57 of Gloucester City

James R. Flanagan, Jr., age 57 of Gloucester CITY, passed away at Inspira Hospital, Mullica Hill on Saturday, March 29, 2024. Jim was born in Camden and spent all his days in Gloucester, making his career as a city employee of Woodbury. Jim is survived by his wife Carol O’Brien - Flanagan and is the father of; Joseph (Cameron) O’Brien, Samantha (Pete) O’Brien, John Flanagan, and Jason (Joanie) O’Brien. He is the proud grandfather of; Lorelei Kaelin, Jace O’Brien, Aiden Flanagan, James Flanagan, Ryan O’Brien, Christopher O’Brien, and Grayson Vogt. Jim is also survived and will be sadly missed by... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Harrisburg native serves the U.S. Navy in Guam

By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jerry Jimenez, Navy Office of Community Outreach U.S. NAVAL BASE GUAM - Petty Officer 1st Class Holly Dively, a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is serving with Maritime Expeditionary Security Group One in support of Commander, Task Force (CTF) 75 in Guam. Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Bryan Niegel Dively graduated from Sandlewood High School in 2007. The skills and values needed to succeed in the Navy are similar to those found in Harrisburg. “Growing up, I learned how to be adaptable,” said Dively. “I had about 14 different jobs before I joined... Read more →


Lynette L. Huntsinger, of Gloucester City

January 31, 1954 — April 22, 2024 The words displayed in her family room entryway read “having someone to love is a family, having a place to go is a home, having both is a blessing." Lynette L. Huntsinger (nee Conner) created a Northstar of love, from her home, that we could all look up to. Rooted deeply in faith, her genuine CNBNews graphic files pastoral approach exhibited care for all those around her. She enjoyed the company of others, loved to entertain, and was “mom” to the many friends who walked through her door. For 70 years Lynette filled... Read more →


Burlington County Couple Guilty of Forced Labor and Document Servitude

CAMDEN CITY N.J. (April 24, 2024)-– A Burlington County, New Jersey, couple was convicted today of forced labor and other crimes related to their coercive scheme to compel two victims to perform domestic labor and childcare in their home, harbor the victims knowing that they were unlawfully present in the United States and unlawfully confiscate the victims’ passports, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger and Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division announced. Bolaji Bolarinwa, 50, was found guilty of two counts of forced labor, one count of alien harboring for financial gain and two counts... Read more →


Will Smith Named A Visionary Leader of the East Chapter of NAACP

The Camden County East Chapter of the NAACP Names SJI’s Will Smith a Visionary Leader for 2024 FOLSOM, NJ, April 29, 2024 – SJI is pleased to announce that the Camden County East Chapter of the NAACP has named Will Smith, vice president of enterprise project management, a recipient of its 2024 Visionary Leader award. The chapter honored Smith and other award recipients at its 2024 Visionary Awards gala on April 27. The Camden County East NAACP Visionary Leader award is presented annually to a person who acts on their vision to help others reach their highest potential and demonstrates... Read more →


Barbara Jean Gianvito, 80 of Mullica Hill, former resident of Brooklawn, GHS Alum

Barbara Jean Gianvito, 80 of Mullica Hill, New Jersey, died peacefully on Monday, March 13, 2023. Legacy She was a loving and caring mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She loved to be around her family, making Sunday dinners and baking pizzelles with her mother and sister, Carol. Barbara loved making and selling crafts at craft shows all over the Tri-State area. She was the best wreath and bow maker around! A huge Phillies Fan, we loved to call her Mrs. Chase Utley. Barbara loved to watch her grandchildren play sports, especially soccer. She secretly traveled and checked out... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

Where Have All the Banks Gone?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Correspondent GLOUESTER CITY, NJ (APRIL 28, 2024)Over the past year two out of three Gloucester City banks have closed their local branches. There is now only one bank in Gloucester City, that being TD Bank. Many Gloucester City residents have no choice but to bank locally, but others have the option of going out of town to do their banking. THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY One of those out of town, banks is/was Republic First. There are several branches in the area but for those people who go to the Deptford Mall/Walmart area, there is/was one... Read more →


Violet Morse, age 93, formerly of Oak Valley and Brooklawn

Violet Mae Morse Violet Mae Morse, (nee Dinger) age 93, formerly of Oak Valley and Brooklawn, NJ, and Punxsutawney, PA was welcomed into the CNBNews graphic files Kingdom of Heaven on June 8, 2015 after a longtime battle with Macular Degeneration and significant back pain. Violet never once complained about her ailments. Violet, self-named as Shrinking Violet, is best remembered as a warm and welcoming woman who dedicated her life to her family, her faith, and her friends. Born and raised in the Punxsutawney area of PA before ultimately settling in South Jersey, she enjoyed a good game of cards... Read more →


Videos: Mobs of Teens Savagely Beat Victims

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The two videos posted here first appeared on Twitter first. Hollywood Actor James Woods published both of them, one on April 26 and the other on April 27. There is no mention of where these attacks occurred or what caused the women and men to act so violently. Actor James Woods Woods did write, “White woman pummeled by a mob of black males. But, of course, it’s not a hate crime.” However, further research revealed that the video with the male teenagers occurred in March 2023 at a mall in San Fransico. Some of... Read more →


Philadelphia Zoo Summer Ale Festival July 20

FOR A ROARING GOOD TIME WITH SEASONAL BEERS, CIDERS, TEAS, SELTZERS, MUSIC, FOOD AND ANIMALS Philadelphia, PA– Philadelphia Zoo is bringing more than 100 award-winning craft beers, ciders, hard iced teas, hard seltzers, local food trucks and live music to its 42-acre campus for the wildest festival of the season. Summer Ale Festival is the only beer celebration in the region where guests can visit animals like big cats, great apes and more. Summer Ale Festival is happening Saturday, July 20, 2024 from 7:00pm to 10:00pm with taps closing at 9:30pm. This year’s brewery lineup includes local favorites like Tired... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Today We Observe Worker's Memorial Day

Today, we observe Workers’ Memorial Day to honor and remember those who have died in the workplace. Working men and women – not billionaires and Wall Street bankers - built America. They are the unsung heroes of our country and our communities. I know what it's like to lose a coworker on the job. Over the course of my career as an electrician, I saw firsthand the sacrifices people made day in and day out, doing the hard, psychical labor required to shape our skylines, build our schools, and illuminate our bridges. From construction workers to our nurses, teachers, bus... Read more →


Dolores F. Phillips “Dee” of Audubon

Dolores F. Phillips "Dee" (nee Slimm) passed away on April 26, 2024. A longtime resident of Audubon, NJ, Dee was 85 years old. Beloved wife of 66 years to the late Robert E. Phillips, Sr. Dear mother of Robert (Carolyn) Phillips, Jr., Raymond (Judith) Phillips, Steven Phillips and William (Bethanne) Phillips. Loving grandmother of Rebecca, Eric, Kelly, Kimberly, Laura, James, Samantha and Alexandra and great grandmother to Eric Jr., Aubrey, Ava, Faith, Cadence, Revelry, Gunner, J.T., Claire, Raymond, Nathan, Nora and Cassandra. Sister of the late Anna, the late Jack (the late Betty), the late George (the late Barbara), the... Read more →


SUNDAY, East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District Flavors on the Avenue

Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District presents Flavors on the Avenue on Sunday, April 28, 2024, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. One of the city’s largest and longest-running food festivals returns to South Philadelphia for the 18th year. Neighbors, visitors, foodies and music lovers will come together for an all day, all ages celebration with five blocks of street food, seasonal sips, craft beer, live music and sidewalk sales. Over two dozen of Philadelphia’s top restaurants, cafes and bars will be participating, including Barcelona Wine Bar, Bing Bing Dim Sum, Cantina Los Caballitos, Le Virtu, Ember & Ash,... Read more →


Corson Scores Five Goals, including 100th of Her Career; Rowan Secures Spot in NJAC

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Elaina Corson scored five goals, including the 100th of her career, and Calista Burke added four, to lead Rowan to a 14-12 lead over Montclair State in the NJAC women's lacrosse regular-season finale. With the win, Rowan (7-10; 3-1 NJAC) secures the second seed in the 2024 NJAC Championship and will host Stockton in a semifinal game on Wednesday, May 1 at 4 p.m. Corson, a sophomore, reaches the 100-goal mark in just her 34th career game. Trish Gillen added two goals and a team-best four assists, with Molly Green contributing two goals and one assist and... Read more →


Rowan Sweeps New Jersey City, Earns 5th Seed in Upcoming NJAC; Cannon Breaks Record

GLASSBORO, NJ – Senior Tyler Cannon (Clayton, NJ/Gloucester Catholic) set the school record for doubles in a career and Jason Morgan had two doubles and two triples on the day as #19 Rowan swept New Jersey City by scores of 19-3 and 18-2, to close out the regular season on "Senior Day". The Profs (24-11; 8-10 NJAC) earn the fifth seed in this week's NJAC Championship and will travel to second-seeded Kean on Tuesday, for a first-round game. Cannon hit two doubles in the second game, which gave him 57, breaking the Rowan career record of 56, which was set... Read more →


The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Business Bank Account for Your LLC: Factors to Consider

Choosing the right bank account is paramount when managing your LLC's finances. As a business owner, you need a bank account that meets your financial needs and offers the necessary tools and features to support your LLC's growth. But with so many options available, how do you make the best choice? In this ultimate guide to choosing a business bank account for your LLC, we will walk you through the factors you should consider. Whether you're just starting out or looking to switch banks, we've got you covered. From fees and transaction limits to online banking and customer support, we'll... Read more →


CNBNews Fishing Maryland: Catfish Tournaments Offer Invasive Species Angling

Blue catfish caught at the 2022 Sharptown Catfish Tournament on the Nanticoke River and Marshyhope Creek. Photo by Stephen Badger, Maryland Department of Natural Resources. With record catches around the country tipping the scales at more than a hundred pounds, blue catfish (Ictalurus furcatus) have become quite the draw for anglers in the Chesapeake Bay. Introduced in the 1970s as a recreational fishing target species in Virginia, invasive blue catfish populations have grown rapidly in Maryland waters. As commercial harvests of blue catfish have risen exponentially, recreational fishing for the species is becoming more popular as a way to enjoy... Read more →


Unlocking Mental Clarity: Top Natural Nootropics for Boosting Cognitive Function

In the quest for enhanced mental clarity and cognitive function, natural nootropics stand out as powerful allies. These substances, derived from natural sources, are known for improving memory, focus, and overall brain health without the side effects often associated with synthetic alternatives. This article explores the most effective natural nootropics, providing insights into how they work and how you can incorporate them into your daily regimen to support cognitive performance. Understanding Nootropics and Their Impact on Brain Health Nootropics, often called "smart drugs," are substances that can enhance brain performance. They are particularly effective in increasing memory, concentration, and the... Read more →


Decoding Background Checks: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners

In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, background checks have become essential to various aspects of life. Whether hiring a new employee, searching for a reliable tenant, or even considering starting a new relationship, understanding how to decode background checks is crucial. However, the process can be overwhelming for beginners, filled with complex terminology and legalities. But fear not! This comprehensive guide aims to demystify the world of background checks, equipping you with the knowledge and tools to navigate this important process confidently. We'll cover everything from understanding the different types of checks to deciphering the information. We'll explore the legal... Read more →


The Evolution of User Experience in North Dakota Sports Betting Sites

The landscape of sports betting in North Dakota has undergone a remarkable evolution in recent years, marked by significant advancements in user experience (UX) design and functionality. As more states embrace legalized sports betting, the focus on providing seamless, intuitive, and engaging online platforms has become paramount for operators seeking to attract and retain customers. In this comprehensive exploration, we'll delve into the evolution of user experience in North Dakota sports betting sites, from its humble beginnings to the innovative features and technologies shaping the future of online wagering in the state. How User Experience Has Changed in North Dakota... Read more →


Enhancing Your Career Path: How Strong Executive Resumes Open Doors in Competitive Industries

In the high-stakes realm of competitive industries, the caliber of your executive resume can dramatically influence your career trajectory. More than a mere chronicle of your work history, a well-crafted executive resume serves as a strategic tool that highlights your leadership, vision, and capability to prospective employers. This article delves into how an effectively composed resume can be a game-changer for your career, opening doors to new opportunities and elevating your professional standing. Crafting an executive resume requires a deep understanding of both your professional journey and the strategic needs of potential employers, ensuring that each section of the resume... Read more →


Stretching Your Dollars: How Thrift Stores Make Budgeting Easier

Are you tired of stretching your budget to make ends meet? Look no further than thrift stores! In today's fast-paced and expensive world, finding ways to save money is essential. Thrift stores offer a fantastic opportunity to shop for high-quality, gently used items at a fraction of retail prices. Thrift stores have everything from clothing and accessories to furniture and home decor. Not only can you find unique and trendy pieces for your wardrobe or home, but you'll also be contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. By shopping at thrift stores, you give a second life to pre-loved... Read more →


CNBNews Fishing Maryland: Are Invasive Fish Good Eating?

What Anglers Can Do After Harvesting Invasive Fish Species Such As Blue Catfish or Northern Snakehead Anglers who catch invasive species in Maryland waters have multiple options to make use of the fish Catch and release of blue catfish, flathead catfish, and northern snakehead is discouraged as they are harmful to native species. Maryland Department of Natural Resources photo. Invasive species can have detrimental effects on ecologically and economically important native species. Once invasive species establish themselves in an ecosystem, they can reproduce in such numbers that it becomes hugely expensive, or even impossible, to eradicate all of them. For... Read more →


THE 11TH ANNUAL MAIFEST SPRING FESTIVAL ON SOUTH STREET

WITH GERMAN FOOD, BEER, MUSIC, DANCING AND FAMILY FUN Philadelphia, PA - Brauhaus Schmitz presents the 11th Annual Maifest spring festival and block party on Saturday, May 4, 2024, from 11:00am to 8:00pm. Philadelphia's premiere German restaurant and beer hall will close down South Street at the 700 block for an all day, all ages celebration that will feature authentic German culture, live music, delicious food, and of course, plenty of beer! The festivities will include Pennsylvania's largest Maypole, performances by Die Heimatklange Band and United German Hungarian Dance group, Liter Lift Competition, Pig Roast, face painting, flower crowns, key... Read more →


Exploring Natural Alternatives for Pain Management: The Rise of Kratom in Modern Healthcare

In recent years, the search for effective pain management solutions has expanded beyond conventional pharmaceuticals to include a variety of natural alternatives. One such alternative gaining prominence is kratom, a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia. Its leaves contain compounds that can affect the brain similarly to opioids, making it a point of interest for both individuals dealing with chronic pain and the medical community seeking new therapeutic avenues. Kratom's Bioactive Compounds Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) contains multiple phytochemicals, but two alkaloids, mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, are primarily responsible for its pain-relieving properties. These substances interact with opioid receptors in the brain,... Read more →


Two Philadelphia Police Officers Involved in Shooting

Unit Block E. Cliveden Street PHILADELPHIA – On Saturday, April 20, 2024, at 1:03 AM, a 23/B/F complainant residing at an apartment building on the unit block of E. Cliveden Street, was inside her apartment with a female friend and the defendant, 23-year-old Maurice Samuels. An argument ensued between the complainant and Samuels, and he was asked to leave. Samuels later returned and entered the apartment through a window. Subsequently, Samuels grabbed the complainant by the arm and took her to the bedroom, continuing the argument which was domestic in nature. A second male, later identified as a 26-year-old Black... Read more →


From Annoying to Informative: How Reverse Phone Lookup Apps Can Change Your Call Experience

In today's digital age, receiving unsolicited calls from unknown numbers has become a common annoyance for many smartphone users. From spam calls offering dubious products to fraudulent attempts at phishing personal information, these unwanted interruptions can disrupt daily life and erode trust in phone communication. However, amidst the frustration lies a solution that has the potential to revolutionize your call experience: reverse phone lookup apps. In this comprehensive exploration, we'll delve into the evolution of reverse phone lookup apps and how they can transform your calls from annoying to informative, offering valuable insights and empowering you to take control of... Read more →


Eco-Conscious Entrepreneurship: Choosing an LLC Service with Sustainability in Mind

In an era where environmental consciousness is paramount, eco-conscious entrepreneurship has emerged as a pivotal force driving positive change in the business world. Businesses increasingly prioritize sustainability in their operations, from renewable energy initiatives to waste reduction strategies. This ethos extends to forming Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), where entrepreneurs seek service providers that share their commitment to environmental stewardship. This comprehensive guide will explore the importance of choosing an LLC service with sustainability in mind and highlight key considerations for eco-conscious entrepreneurs. The Rise of Eco-Conscious Entrepreneurship Environmental Awareness: With growing awareness of climate change and environmental degradation, entrepreneurs recognize... Read more →


The Essentials of Reverse Phone Lookup: What You Need to Know

Are you curious about the mysterious calls you've been receiving? Have you ever wondered who is behind that unknown number? Reverse phone lookup can provide you with the answers you seek. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the essentials of reverse phone lookup and unravel the secrets behind this powerful tool. With reverse phone lookup, you can easily identify the owner of an unknown phone number. Whether it's an unfamiliar caller, a missed call, or a prankster, this tool can help you determine who is on the other end of the line. Discover the person's name, address, and additional... Read more →


From Casinos to Apps: Navigating the Evolution of Nevada Sports Betting Platforms

Nevada has long been synonymous with the world of gambling, boasting a rich history of casino gaming and sports betting that stretches back decades. As technology continues to advance, the landscape of sports betting in Nevada has undergone a significant transformation, with traditional brick-and-mortar casinos giving way to innovative online and mobile betting platforms. In this article, we'll explore the evolution of Nevada sports betting platforms, from their humble beginnings in casinos to the proliferation of mobile apps and digital platforms. A Legacy of Casino Sportsbooks Nevada's sports betting journey traces back to the early days of casino gambling when... Read more →


John Chamberlin, 88, of Mt. Eprhaim

In the loving care of his family and the staff at Samaritan Hospice Inpatient at Voorhees, John passed peacefully on April 24, 2024 at the age of 88. Loving husband of 14 years to Lynda Chamberlin. Loving father of Christine Chamberlin Wabs and her husband, Dave. Cherished grandfather of Matthew and Emma Wabs. Predeceased by his wife Mamie Chamberlin as well as his 11 brothers and sisters. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. John was born in Camden, NJ to the late George and Ethel Chamberlin. He grew up in East Camden and was a resident of Mt. Ephraim... Read more →


Ensuring Speedy Winnings: Key Factors That Affect Casino Payout Times

When it comes to online gambling, the anticipation of winning is palpable, but what really completes the experience is receiving those winnings promptly. Payout times can significantly influence player satisfaction and trust towards an online casino. Understanding the key factors that affect these times can help players make informed choices and manage their expectations effectively. Here, we explore the crucial elements that contribute to payout speeds and how they interact within the online gaming ecosystem. Verification Procedures Before any winnings can be withdrawn, players must undergo verification procedures, which are designed to prevent fraud and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.... Read more →


Top Tips for First-Time Buyers at Seed Banks

Are you a first-time buyer looking to start your garden from seeds? Seed banks can be a great way to find a wide range of plant varieties, but navigating the world of seed banks can be overwhelming. That's why we're here to help! In this article, we'll provide you with the top tips for first-time buyers at seed banks so that you can start your gardening journey with success. Seed banks play a crucial role in preserving and protecting plant genetic diversity. They are repositories that store and distribute seeds of various plant species. Seed banks can be public or... Read more →


Antisemitism Spreads to Pennsylvania Colleges

Cry for free speech as pro-Palestine encampment spreads to Penn Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Pro-Palestinian students gather on April 25, 2024, at the University of Pennsylvania's College Green to protest the Israel-Gaza war. Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Center Square) – As campus protests intensify over the war between Hamas and Israel, so do the tensions between free speech and antisemitism at Pennsylvania colleges. On Thursday, the Penn Alumni Free Speech Alliance hosted Victoria Coates, former deputy national security advisor to former President Donald Trump, to talk about free speech and what the future holds. Meanwhile, two... Read more →


Rowan and NJCU Play Double-Header Saturday

NEWARK, NJ – A furious ninth-inning rally by #19 Rowan fell short as the Profs were defeated by Rutgers-Newark, 8-7, in an NJAC game. The Profs (22-11; 8-8). Will close out the regular season on Saturday hosting a crucial doubleheader vs. NJCU. After Rutgers-Newark (18-18-; 3-13) built up an 8-3 lead in the seventh inning, the Profs fought back with four runs in the ninth but it wasn’t enough. A pair of two-run doubles by Pat Defeciani and Dylan Maria got the Profs within one, but Vince Taylor pitched the final three innings and kept Rowan from tying the game.... Read more →


SIGNUP TODAY: Gloucester County Special Needs Registry and Blue Envelope Program

Woodbury, New Jersey– The Gloucester County Chiefs Association in partnership with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, Gloucester County Emergency Response Department and Gloucester County Adminstration and Commissioners, are launching the first Gloucester County Special Needs Registry and Blue Envelope Program in Gloucester County. The Special Needs Registry will provide residents of Gloucester County the ability to register family members with special needs, both adults and children. Registration is voluntary and done by family members. The information will be accessible to first responders only and will provide them with information that can assist in developing and improving their interaction with at-risk... Read more →