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Demountable Concepts Presenting Sponsor for Virtual 5K Run/Walkathon Event

GLASSBORO COMPANY, DEMOUNTABLE CONCEPTS, IS THE PRESENTING SPONSOR FOR THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GLOUCESTER COUNTY’S 2022 VIRTUAL 5K RUN/WALKATHON GLASSBORO, NJ- March 28, 2022- Demountable Concepts, a local company with the goal to provide a better alternative to fixed-body delivery trucks, is the Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County’s Presenting Sponsor for its Virtual 5K Run/Walkathon event. The $5,000 presenting sponsorship is just one of many contributions Demountable Concepts makes to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County (BGCGC) each year to aid in the organization’s mission of inspiring and enabling all young people to reach... Read more →

NJ State Police Continue Investigation of January's 1-76 Homicide in Mount Ephraim

Seeking Public's Assistance with I-76 Homicide Investigation MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ (March 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)The New Jersey State Police released the following statement and photos yesterday on the I-76 homicide in the borough of Mount Ephraim in January. On January 24, at approximately 10:32 p.m., troopers from Troop “A” Bellmawr Station responded to a single vehicle crash on Interstate 76 eastbound at milepost 4. When troopers arrived, they discovered the driver of a black 2004 Mercedes Benz 500, identified as Louis E. Ciccanti Jr. had been shot and killed. Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim and an unidentified black sedan vehicle were... Read more →

How China’s government backing the Cryptocurrencies 

Throughout the most recent ten years, privately owned businesses in China have been driving the way in digitizing cash, including Tencent Holdings Ltd. What's more, Ant Group Co. Has set up various private installment organizations and energized cryptocurrency mining activities to speed up the worldwide bitcoin. Their rise denoted a defining moment in Chinese monetary history, set apart by forceful focal control. Things are fully recovering. "Over the most recent couple of long periods of this ascent of Internet innovation, privately owned businesses have gobbled up business sectors where controllers have falled behind," says He Yifan, organizer and CEO of... Read more →

What is the Best Cybersecurity Tool to Invest in?

By Tero Vesalainen/Shutterstock.com Technology has become one of the most important elements of our modern society. It can be difficult to get by without some form of device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. These devices have become the go-to tools for work or entertainment. However, as convenient as technology has been to our lives it also comes at a cost. Cybercriminals are now becoming more and more cunning in their tactics as they launch their cyberattacks on innocent victims. Thus, it’s important that you ensure that your devices are always protected against cyberattacks. You might be wondering which... Read more →

Mayor Bailes' Promise Of Open Government In Gloucester City Has Arrived; First Newsletter In A Decade Released

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 22, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--For over a decade or more residents in Gloucester City, including the press, have had to rely on bits and pieces of trickled information coming from the Municipal Building to learn about what was happening in the City. In the past whenever the Press would ask a question the response was always "you'll have to submit an OPRA (Open Public Records Act) request". As far as this reporter is concerned the OPRA process is time-consuming and costly for taxpayers. Most of the time many questions from the Press can... Read more →

The Mullica Hill Ammons ShopRite Honored for Raising $10,000 for Food Banks

Pictured: Group shot of Director Frank J. DIMarco, Commissioner Nicholas Desilvio, Commissioner Christopher Konawel Jr. and Assemblywoman Beth Sawyer with honorees Ben Harper- Steward and Stephen Burke. Director Frank DiMarco and Deputy Director Heather Simmons presented a Proclamation to ShopRite for being a winning store in the Shoprite Partners in Caring Cheerios Contest. The ShopRite Partners In Caring Cheerios Contest is a year-round, community-based, hunger-fighting initiative that works with more than 70 food industry manufacturers to provide $3 million annually to qualified charitable agencies in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware. This year’s contest raised $1.1 million... Read more →

*GCHS Rams Pub and Grub on Saturday, May 21, 2022

Save the Date for the GCHS Rams Pub and Grub on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at the Patrick Peyton Athletic Complex in Sewell, NJ, from 2 pm to 8 pm. Join us for a day of food, fun and family! There will be a number of food trucks, activities, entertainment and much more! Stay tuned for more details! Read more →

The Evelyn Hill Women Cycling Club Begins New Season

ROSENHAYN - The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club, a group of South Jersey women who enjoy cycling as a social activity and exercise, is welcoming new members to join them on weekend and evening rides starting in April. The club was founded in 2019 by Barbara Kornbluh, a local cyclist who was dismayed by the lack of women in cycling. She found that often women said they enjoyed cycling but felt intimidated or were nervous about cycling alone. “We have women who had never bicycled farther than around the block and now come out and do 10 or 15 miles.” Kornbluh... Read more →

Mattress Mania: 7 Tips To Follow To Find the Perfect Bed

Image Source Mattress Mania: 7 Tips To Follow To Find the Perfect Bed We all know that breathing, drinking, and eating are essential for survival, especially sleep. Sleep is vital for maintaining our physical and mental health as it allows the body and the mind to recharge and rid us of fatigue. In line with this, one of the significant factors affecting our sleep is our mattress. A mattress should have a perfect balance of support and comfort while maintaining natural spinal alignment. Of course, not everyone has the exact mattress needs, so to find a mattress that suits you,... Read more →

Cumberland County Teens Finalists in Partnership for Drug-Free NJ's Statewide Drug Prevention Music Contest

Cumberland County, NJ (March 20, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)-— Two Cumberland County teens have been named as finalists in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, which challenges New Jersey high school students to create original music with lyrics containing peer-to-peer substance use prevention messages. William Cao and Moesharlynn Torto of Vineland High School South, earned their spots in the statewide program as a duo with their original song, Another Case. This year there were 10 finalists from 7 different counties throughout the state. Online voting has been ongoing and will remain... Read more →

Atlantic County Has Two Finalists in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s Statewide...

Drug Prevention Music Competition Atlantic County, NJ — Two Atlantic County teens have been named as finalists in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, which challenges New Jersey high school students to create original music with lyrics containing peer-to-peer substance use prevention messages. Christianna Brasch of Absegami High School, and Jamar Felder of Egg Harbor Township High School earned their spots in the statewide program. Brasch entered with her original song, Spread Your Wings and Fly, and Felder entered with his original song, 1-800-662-4357. This year there were... Read more →

CNBMedical News: CamCare Health Always Accepting New Patients

Affordable High-Quality Healthcare is a Call or Click Away with CAMcare The Camden County Commissioners want to ensure everyone in our community has access to affordable high-quality healthcare and the ability to see a doctor or dentist. That said, we wanted to make sure residents were aware of the services provided by the CAMcare Health Corporation, which is a Joint Commission Accredited, Federally Qualified Healthcare Center (FQHC) with a trusted name in providing high quality, comprehensive care and advocacy to the underserved communities of Camden County since 1978. With seven locations across Camden and Gloucester Counties, CAMcare has become one... Read more →

NJs' Education Plan Includes $1 Billion More for Newark Schools; $312 Million for Camden Schools

Newark schools would get $120 million increase in 2023 in governor’s budget...other large increases include: $310M for Trenton Public Schools, Camden Public Schools, $312 million, $494.9M for Paterson Public School District, $486.7M for Elizabeth Public Schools... In the immediate area Audubon $9.6M, Bellmawr $9M, Brooklawn $5M, Gloucester City $33.7M Gloucester Township $57.7M, Mt. Ephraim $4M, Westville $3.6M Catherine Carrera, Chalkbeat Newark Newark schools would receive more than $1 billion in state aid next year, an increase of about 13% from this year, under a budget blueprint Gov. Phil Murphy detailed Thursday. The $120 million boost for Newark is part of... Read more →

ADA Iditarod UPDATE: Brent Sass Wins First Iditarod

NOME — Brent Sass has won the 50th Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, a first for the Eureka-based musher and three-time Yukon Quest champion. Sass cruised to the finish line on Nome’s Front Street at 5:38 a.m. Tuesday, wrapping up his nearly 1,000-mile journey in 8 days, 14 hours, 38 minutes and 43 seconds. The 42-year-old, originally from Minnesota, had 11 dogs in harness when he crossed under the burled arch to cheers, whoops and whistles from the spectators lining the finish chute under a still-dark sky. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE Read more →

Marion McCarty Brown former Alice Costello Prinicpal

by Bruce Darrow | CNBNews Contributor In 1968 a young teacher came to Alice Costello School. As a 14 year old I fell in love with this young teacher. We remained friends from that day forward. As my family grew so did our relationship. In the cold of winter or extreme heat of summer we would meet her with my family at Manco & Manco for pizza in Ocean City. Upon her retirement she spent her winters in Florida where I would spend a week for Austin's spring baseball game. Then follow the day up eating whole Lobsters. Yesterday Ms.... Read more →

Operation Helping Hand in Gloucester Township Today

Are you struggling with substance use disorder? Join us TODAY, TUESDAY March 15th between 10 AM and 4 PM at the Bethel Church front parking lot 1583 Blackwood Clementon Road, Blackwood, NJ 08012 for Operation Helping Hand! The Camden County Prosecutor's Office of New Jersey in partnership with Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Center For Family Services, and the Gloucester Township Police Department will be hosting Operation Helping Hand: a Community Impact series for Camden County residents. Visit the event for access to treatment, reentry services, housing services, and much more. Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd... Read more →

CATHERINE R. GUZIK, 76, of Bellmawr Retired from Amtrak of Philadelphia

On March 2, 2022 (nee Riddagh) of Bellmawr, formerly of Camden. Age 76. Beloved wife of Robert R. Guzik for 55 years. Loving mother of Diane Ferry and her husband Todd of Bellmawr. Caring sister of Annamae Damerau and her husband Richard Sr. of Marlton. Proud grandmother of Todd Jr. and Justin Ferry. Aunt of Robert J. Ott and Richard E. Damerau Jr.. Great aunt of Savannah and Bobby Ott. Mrs. Guzik was retired from the Assignments Department where she worked for 43 years employed by Amtrak of Philadelphia. Private Life Celebration for immediate family at the CIECHANOWSKI FUNERAL HOME,... Read more →

Postal Service Launches New Delivery Options in NJ

+++++ New Jersey is among the first in the nation to provide customers and businesses with these new delivery options, along with unprecedented access to USPS back docks, at more than 300 postal locations in the state. To kick things off in New Jersey, we will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the exclusive access back area of the Toms River Post Office today, Wednesday, March 16 at noon. The Postal Service has seen a 37% spike in parcel shipments recently and customers picked 1 or 2-day delivery 3 out of 4 times. USPS Connect will help meet the demand for... Read more →

Atlantic City and Pennsylvania Casinos Deal with Staff Shortages

Certainly, casinos in Atlantic City and Pennsylvania are currently struggling with staff shortages. The problem is not affecting this business only but every other industry as well. In 2020, casino hotels recorded the sharpest decrease in workers in the private sector. Compared to job losses in other industries, the casino business recorded over 3.5 times more. Over 6,000 jobs lost in PA in 2020 In total, Pennsylvania online gambling and land-based casinos lost over 6,000 workers by the end of 2020 due to the pandemic. These are figures according to an annual report by the state’s gambling board. This accounted... Read more →

Community Events: 18th Annual Beyond the Glass Ceiling Awards Ceremony

NAWBO SJ Announces Honorees and Sponsors Public Invited to Awards Dinner Celebration on Thursday, March 31 Marlton, N.J. The National Association of Women Business Owners South Jersey (NAWBO SJ) Chapter announced the 2022 award honorees, Excellence Award honoree, and sponsors for its 18th Annual Beyond the Glass Ceiling Awards Ceremony. The public is invited to share in the awards dinner celebration on Thursday, 3/31/22 at The Mansion in Voorhees Township. Early bird tickets are $95 for NAWBO members and $110 for non-members. Starting 2/19/22, tickets are $110 for members and $125 for non-members. Tickets, sponsorships and program book ads can... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Alumni Association Communion Breakfast, Sunday April 3

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 14, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Mass and Communion Breakfast will be held in the Monsignor Lucitt Hall, Cumberland Street, Gloucester City. Mass begins 9 AM. The Award winners this year include Dan Sheeran, Bob Nark, Tom Reed, and Neen Raspa. Read more →

Cooper University Health Care Offering New Specialized Unit to Treat Stroke and Cerebrovascular Problems

A new facility located in the Emergency Department will offer rapid treatments (CAMDEN, NJ) –Cooper University Health Care’s Neurological Institute is transforming neurological care in the region with the opening of a new, dedicated Acute Stroke and Neuro Interventional Suite within its Emergency Department – the first of its kind in the nation. Cooper is the first comprehensive stroke center in the United States equipped with the latest generation Siemens Healthineers biplane angiography suite integrated with a CT scanner, providing fully integrated surgical image guidance for minimally invasive treatment of strokes. The new Suite is designed to treat emergent and... Read more →


Ocean City Icon Partners With Charity To Support Moms & Caregivers image courtesy of The Scarborough Inn Ocean City, NJ – The Scarborough Inn, one of A Mother’s Rest (AMR’s) newest “Porch Partners”, has offered to host four 3-night caregiver retreats in 2022. Beginning March 18th - 21st, The Scarborough Inn welcomes bio and adoptive moms of children with disabilities, women caring for their Wounded Warriors and other spouses, and those caring for their own aging parents. Additional retreats are planned for April, October, and November. The Scarborough Inn was founded in 1895 and is the oldest hotel in Ocean... Read more →

Mt. Laurel PD Alert: Wind Advisory for South Jersey Until 1AM Sunday

* WHAT...Northwest winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph expected. * WHERE...Portions of New Jersey, southeast Pennsylvania, the eastern shores of Maryland and Delaware. * WHEN...From 10 AM Saturday to 1 AM EST Sunday. * IMPACTS...Gusty winds could blow around unsecured objects. Tree limbs could be blown down and a few power outages may result. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Strong winds develop late Staurday morning and continue into the afternoon. There may be a lull Saturday evening before increasing once again. * AFFECTED AREAS: NEW CASTLE ... KENT ... INLAND SUSSEX ... DELAWARE BEACHES ... KENT ... QUEEN... Read more →

Free six-part lecture series on the American Revolution

image source Indian King Friends In the lead-up to The Skirmish in Haddonfield on June 4 (annual reenactment of ambushes by the Continental militia), Camden County College and the Haddonfield Skirmish Committee have teamed up to present a free six-part lecture series on the American Revolution, with particular attention to Haddonfield's role. It ends with an evening with George Washington during the week of The Skirmish. The American Revolution in Our Communities Garry Stone | March 30 at the Masonic Temple, Haddonfield The 1776-1780 Revolutionary War Adventures of John Inskeep (1757-1834), a Young Man Born Near Haddonfield, New Jersey. Doug... Read more →


(22/P07) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is hiring for hundreds of summer jobs across New Jersey’s State Parks, Forests, and Historic Sites, DEP Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. From High Point in the northwest to Cape May Point in the southeast, New Jersey residents and visitors flock to the State’s oceanfront, urban and rural parks between May and September. To ensure park-goers can enjoy all that the New Jersey State Parks system has to offer, DEP recruits hundreds of seasonal employees who can build important skills while helping to deliver a first-class visitor experience. Jobs ranging from... Read more →

Boys and Girls Club of Gloucester County and TD Synnex Launch Teen Workforce Program Partnership

Glassboro, NJ, March 10, 2022 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County (BGCGC) is celebrating the launch of its Teen Workforce Program partnership with TD SYNNEX on Thursday, March 10th at 3:30 PM at TD SYNNEX in Swedesboro. The launch is in celebration of the BGCGC Club members’ first day working at TD SYNNEX. The BGCGC’s Teen Workforce Program is in partnership with TD SYNNEX and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast (Florida). Through this exciting partnership, teen Club members in Gloucester County will be receiving: A paid working opportunity- for some of them their first... Read more →

Boys and Girls Clubs of Gloucester County Virtual 5K Run/Walkathon Event

GLASSBORO, NJ- March 3, 2022- The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County (BGCGC) is launching their second Virtual 5K Run/Walkathon event on March 15th, 2021. The month-long virtual event is the BGCGC’s response to fundraising during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, which allows individuals to participate in any location from March 15th to April 15th, asks participants to create their own fundraising pages to help raise much-needed contributions for the Glassboro and Paulsboro Club members. The Virtual Run/Walkathon event is a fun and safe way to get the community involved. It allows participants to create teams, get in some... Read more →

TREND TRACKER: Small Biz Labor Shortage Worsens, 65% Can't Find Workers, Up 5%

Special Report: Chuck Casto from Alignable Mar 4th, 2022 TREND TRACKER | DATA INSIGHTS | LABOR SHORTAGE: Boston, MA, March 4, 2022: Despite encouraging news regarding the U.S. jobs report today, Alignable's March Labor Shortage Poll shows that it's growing more difficult for many small business employers to find the right workers, which impairs their ability to recover. Poll results are based on 6,192 small business owners surveyed from 2/19/22 to 3/3/22. In fact, 65% of all small business employers say they can't fill open positions, and that figure is up 5% from January. Beyond that, 43% report that "it's... Read more →

Gloucester County DREAM Park Announces March Programs

The Gloucester County DREAM Park is hosting top-rate horse shows and events this month. Events are free to attend. Guests are asked to wear masks and abide by all social distancing recommendations. “The Gloucester County DREAM Park is a hidden jewel of our county. There is always an event to come to watch to explore the world of equestrianism,” said Director Frank J. DiMarco. “The DREAM Park also offers the Therapeutic Riding Program forchildren and adults with developmental, physical, and mental/ emotional challenges,” said Director DiMarco. “We’ve seen how beneficial this program can be for our students and we hope... Read more →

CNBNews Travel Alert: I-295, I-76, and Route 42 Closures Continue this Weekend and Next Week in Bellmawr Area

I-295 southbound Al-Jo’s Curve closed Saturday night Traffic delays in the area of the Al-Jo curve will continue this weekend and next week as the Browning Road Bridge demolition continues in Bellmawr (image courtesy of Google Street view) (Trenton)(CNBNewsnet)(March 4, 2022) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a series of lane and ramp closures on I-295, I-76, and Route 42 for this weekend, March 4 - 6, and next week as the Browning Road Bridge demolition continues in Bellmawr, Camden County. Friday, March 4 NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 northbound... Read more →

GIBBSBORO Kindergarten Round Up 2022-2023

THE GIBBSBORO BOARD OF EDUCATION IS trying to locate children who will be five years of age on or before October 1, 2022. These children will be eligible to attend our September 2022 kindergarten. If you have a child who will be eligible for kindergarten in September, please complete the attached form and return it to the school as soon as possible. If your child is already attending our preschool, you do not need to fill out the form. Please tell friends and neighbors with eligible children to contact the school. Read more →

Congratulations to Eagle Scout Ben Oehler

Gloucester County Commissioner Jim Jefferson honored Ben Oehler for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout on Saturday, February 19. Jefferson praised Oehler for his accomplishment, "Ben has exhibited his commitment to the community by selecting the creation of a prayer garden located by the Presbyterian Church of Woodbury as his Eagle Scout Project. Ben enlisted volunteers from his Boy Scout troop, church community and family in the design, construction and installation of the prayer garden." Read more →

Attention Gloucester City Residents: Parking Restrictions for St. Patrick's Day Parade on Sunday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ(MARCH 1, 2022)(CNBNews)The St. Patrick’s Parade will be on March 6, 2022, at 1 pm. The end of the parade route has changed slightly. The parade will start on Johnson Blvd. at Baynes Ave. The parade route will head north on Johnson Blvd. to Monmouth St., west on Monmouth St. to Burlington St., south on Burlington St. to Cumberland St., and west on Cumberland St. The parade will end on the 200 block of Cumberland St. prior to King St. There will be no traffic on the parade route for the duration of the parade. Broadway will be... Read more →

CONSUMER ALERT: What powdered infant formula products have been recalled?

If you use powdered infant formula, be aware certain Similac, Alimentum and EleCare products have been recalled and should not be used. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating consumer complaints of bacterial infections in five infants who consumed powdered infant formula produced in Abbott Nutrition’s facility in Sturgis, Michigan. All five infants had to be hospitalized and the bacterial infection may have contributed to death in two patients. Because infant formula is the only source of nutrition for many newborns and infants, the FDA understands and shares the concerns parents and caregivers may have. Here’s information to... Read more →

Top 10 Thriller Web Series of Hollywood

As we all know, the epidemic has altered our way of life, affecting everything from jobs to academics to exercises to leisure. It is worthwhile since one's health matters first. During the epidemic, indoor pastimes with families, TV, and OTT turned into stress relievers. This section will look at the Best Thriller Indian Web Series list. OTT platforms have seen an upsurge in traffic due to Covid-19, which has caused theatre closures, and movie shots to be postponed. OTT services offer a wide range of materials, including short films, TV shows, movies, web series, and more. You can watch the... Read more →

CNB TRAFFIC ALERT FOR BELLMAWR AREA: I-295, I-76, Route 42 lane /ramp Closures this Weekend & Next Week

I-295 southbound Al-Jo’s Curve closed Friday and Saturday nights Browning Road Bridge work, in Bellmawr continues this weekend and next week (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a series of lane and ramp closures on I-295, I-76, and Route 42 for this weekend and next week as the Browning Road Bridge demolition continues in Bellmawr, Camden County. Friday, February 25 and Saturday, February 26 NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, from 10 p.m. tonight, Friday, February 25 until... Read more →

NJDOT to Begin Statewide Pothole Repairs

(Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti today announced the annual statewide campaign to repair potholes across New Jersey will begin on Monday, February 28. stock image courtesy of unsplash.com This winter has seen continually fluctuating temperatures above and below freezing, as well as some major storms early in the season that brought significant snow and ice. The weather has taken a toll on state highways, resulting in a significant amount of potholes, which are created by water seeping into cracks in the asphalt and then expanding when it freezes. “The New Jersey Department of Transportation... Read more →

Lauren Holmes, New Board Member of the Boys and Girls Club of Gloucester County

Glassboro, NJ, February 15, 2022 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County is welcoming Lauren Holmes into its Board of Directors. The current Board of Directors approved her nomination on Tuesday, February 15, 2022. Lauren Holmes is a Business Data Analyst at PNC, supporting the Asset Management Group’s Investment Office. Lauren graduated from Rutgers Business School[HP1] , New Brunswick with a Bachelor of Science in finance and marketing. During her college career, she was active on-campus as a Resident Assistant, Supplemental Calculus Instructor for the Office of Diversity and Success in the Sciences (ODASIS), and Rutgers Football Student... Read more →

Gloucester County Boys and Girls Clubs Welcomes New Board Member Christopher Tully

Glassboro, NJ, February 15, 2022 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County is welcoming Christopher Tully into its Board of Directors. The current Board of Directors approved his nomination on Tuesday, February 15, 2022. Christopher Tully Chris was a former Board Member and Board President of the organization. Chris, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Retirement Income Certified Professional®, and Certified Investment Management Analyst® designee has been a member of the Eagle Wealth Strategies team since 2006. Previous positions include working as an analyst of money managers in the asset management division of Raymond James' international headquarters in St.... Read more →

2022 Avalon Garden Club Fact Sheet and Rules

AVALON, NJ--The 38th Annual Avalon Garden Club Flower Show will be held on Saturday, June 11, at the Avalon Community Hall, 30th Street and the Beach, Avalon, NJ. The show will be open to the public 10AM to 4PM. Admission is free. Donations are welcome to benefit the Club’s Beautification Projects. All Exhibits will be judged by the attending public as “People’s Choice” between the hours of 10am to 2pm on the day of the show. Each exhibit will have a coin box. The attending public will be given one penny for each class in both Horticulture and Artistic Design.... Read more →

Molly Gorczyca Honored as Rowan’s NJAIAW Woman of the Year

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – Rowan field hockey standout Molly Gorczyca was honored as Rowan’s NJAIAW Woman of the Year at the organization’s 30th Annual Awards Ceremony yesterday at Seton Hall University. The NJAIAW recognized a student-athlete from each of the state’s colleges and universities, while also marking the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Gorczyca (Hackettstown, NJ/Hackettstown) was named to the 2021 NFHCA All-America First Team as she made a remarkable comeback after missing the 2019 season with an illness. Anchoring the Profs’ defense which gave up only 23 goals in 21 games, the senior co-captain was named the NJAC Defender... Read more →

Maxwell Drever is the leader of the mass conversion of broken hotels into workforce housing units

The real estate industry has undoubtedly faced increased demand. Every hotel owner interested in adapting their hotel property into residential units must assess their properties in detail. Before coming up with the offer, they must have a proper understanding of the present condition of their properties. They must develop their finances because it is necessary to bring about changes. There are several factors they must bring under deliberation when working in the hospitality sector. A new aspect in this sector has emerged: converting hotel rooms into multifamily residential units. More so, the market condition seems to favor this adaptive reuse... Read more →

VISIT PHILADELPHIA: Harry Potter: The Exhibition

The all-new exhibition is now open at The Franklin Institute through September 2022... Exhibition Highlights 1. Earn Points for Your House The first stop before entering the exhibition is King’s Cross Station. Swing by to pick up a magic wristband (the key to unlocking most of the interactive displays inside) and choose a favorite Hogwarts house, wand and Patronus on a touch-screen kiosk. Scan the wristband wherever a “Golden Snitch” appears throughout the exhibition to unlock fun experiences, and you’ll rack up points for your chosen house in the process. Keep track of your points, and try to outscore your... Read more →

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Volunteers Needed for Christina River Watershed Cleanup

April 12, 2014--Approximately 50 members of the local Muslim community representing Tarbiyah School, Islamic Society of Delaware, Zakat Foundation, ICNA Relief, and others joined the New Castle County crew for cleaning up Christina River Watershed around exit 5A of I-95 S. The volunteers couldn't believe what they found thrown into the river watershed. Truckloads of old tires, construction material, debris from vehicles, beer bottles, carpet rugs, Styrofoam among other things. Source www.Tarbia.TV +++++ Registration Open for In-Person Event As part of the month-long 2022 Earth Day celebration in April, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control joins the... Read more →

Six More Stop Streets Coming to Gloucester City

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The Gloucester City Municipal Building, Broadway and Monmouth Street, Christmas December 25, 2021 (photo credit CNBNews) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 17, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Mayor and Council will discuss an ordinance at tonight’s (Thursday, Feb. 17) caucus meeting that will add even more stops streets to the long list that is already on the books. The ordinance is scheduled to be introduced on the first reading at the February 24 council meeting, with the second reading and public hearing on March 24. The meeting is being held in Council Chambers, 313 Monmouth Street, starting at... Read more →

Popular Online Slot Themes

Themes make the difference in the popularity of a game, and slot developers have to create fresh variations of classic slot themes that may have existed in the early years to draw in the crowds. As technology improves, so do online casino games. With animations, 3D video graphics, real footage, and digital audio, there are now games to cover almost any theme you can imagine in an online casino with slot machines, and there is now a large range to suit every gambler. Most players choose their games based on their features or jackpots available, but many others choose a... Read more →

Digital Transformation KPIs for Measuring Success

Over the last few years, businesses and organizations have been forced to go through a digital transformation. Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business to assist with adding efficiency and lowering costs. When it comes to digital transformation, one of the challenges that most businesses face is that there is a lack of communication between the top-level executives and the technology team that is responsible for implementing the solution. When there is a lack of communication, the technology the executives want is not always implemented by the technology department. Digital transformation is one... Read more →

8 Ways To Improve If You Want To Hire Good Workers

By: Eric Reyes About the Author: Eric Reyes is a passionate thought leader having been featured in 50 distinguished online and offline platforms. His passion and knowledge in Finance and Business made him a sought-after contributor providing valuable insights to his readers. You can find him reading a book and discussing current events in his spare time. Businesses and companies can be affected by a lot of things: marketing, revenue, even the type of product they put out. But if there was one key area you could focus on to improve your business, what would it be? For most businesses,... Read more →