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How bitcoin is the best choice for business investments

For those of you who don't have the foggiest idea what a bitcoin is, you will scarcely believe, bitcoin is a cash that no bank or government can handle, it's essentially a virtual cash and it has genuine cash. Could be bought online based on What are the upsides of having a decentralized cash? Indeed, you can move bitcoin anyplace on the planet for nothing, you can be 100% unknown while executing with an innovation called Blockchain. So what's the serious deal? You might ask, all around let me let you know that when it originally dispatched it had no... Read more →


GAMBLING: NJ SPORTSBOOKS CRUSH U.S. REVENUE RECORD IN NOVEMBER

Sportsbooks win $115 million even with slower wagering, producing nearly as much in revenue as online casinos during November, according to PlayNJ (ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.) — New Jersey’s online and retail sportsbooks hastened an already record-setting pace in November, becoming the first state to produce more than $100 million in revenue in a single month off of nearly $1.3 billion in wagering. The third consecutive month of jaw-dropping results by both sports betting and online gaming pushed the state past even more milestones, including a lifetime sports betting handle of more than $20 billion, according to PlayNJ, which tracks gaming... Read more →


City of Gloucester City Sells North Wind Schooner to Gloucester Sail, a Non-Profit Organization

Students aboard the North Wind (photo provide) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 20, 2021)--The City of Gloucester City sold The Schooner North Wind to the Gloucester City Sail organization last month. According to Mayor Dayl Baile, the City had the schooner appraised, and the value of it was $50,000. The City sold it to the Gloucester Sail organization for that amount, $50,000. That money will go back into the City’s Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG)program. Hopefully, Gloucester Sail’s non-profit organization will continue the good work they have been doing for all these years,” said the mayor. In May 2008 the City... Read more →


U.S. Postal Service Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention

U.S. Postal Service Shares Safety Tips A few simple precautions can help you, your family and your mail carrier have happier, safer holidays. (NAPSI)—The United States Postal Service cares about keeping employees and customers safe every day of the year. As the holidays approach, here are some important safety tips. Slip, Trip And Fall Prevention: Last year, 17,534 Postal Service employees were victims of a slip, trip, or fall—one of the leading types of accidents for mail carriers—many of which can result in serious injury. With increased letter and package deliveries during the holidays, carriers experience preventable falls in urban,... Read more →


Gloucester City's Winter Wonderland Weekend - SENIORS - catch the Sen-Han Bus shuttle to the Park

HO! HO! HO! MERRY CHRISTMAS from CNBNews SENIORS!!! Shuttle will continuously run this route from 3-6 pm. Please join us and listen to some holiday music on DECEMBER 10, 2021 - FRIDAY AFTERNOON FROM 3-6 PM. SHUTTLE PICK UP LOCATIONS: Gloucester City Library Gloucester Townehttps://www.google.chttp://www.netanimations.net/Ho-Ho-Ho-Merry-Christmas-to-all-animated-gif-sync.gifom/url? Gorman Manor Proprietor's Park space donated as a public service by CNBNews Read more →


Consumer Tips: How to Ship Holiday Gifts

(NAPSI)—Sending gifts to friends and family and getting them there intact can be easy, if you know how. Fortunately, the United States Postal Service does and offers these helpful tips: •To ensure items arrive safely, leave space for extra cushioning inside the package. Stuff glass and fragile, hollow items, such as vases, with newspaper or packing material to avoid damage. Mailing a framed photo? Remove the glass and wrap it separately. Items powered by dry-cell batteries may turn on during handling and make noises or emit light. Make sure the device is turned off or package the batteries separately, preferably... Read more →


Aron Govil On What You Must Consider While Hiring a Tax Accountant

The majority of us would acknowledge that dealing with your taxes might seem to be a difficult task. Whether it's preparing your tax returns or staying abreast of your deductions, you'll need the assistance of a professional. Even if you believe you are capable of handling the operation, a tiny mistake might turn out to be considerably more expensive than you anticipated. To avoid finding yourself in a tough position, you should seek the advice of an experienced tax accountant. It will be beneficial if you concentrate on a variety of approaches before moving forward. image courtesy of dreamstime.com You... Read more →


Landscaping Trends In And Around Gloucester City 

In Gloucester City, the carnage wrought by Hurricane Ida is still a raw memory. The storm produced sixteen tornado warnings in the Philadelphia area and in Gloucester County alone, damaging more than 100 buildings. The damage from this storm and the increasing trend in the power and frequency of many others has forced homeowners to take stock. For many, preventing and mitigating potential storm damage has become a top priority, and we’re seeing that evidence in the landscaping trends in Gloucester City. Controlling Runoff Homeowners that found their properties flooded during Ida were anxious to pump the water out of... Read more →


What are slot machines and how do they work?

Everyone is familiar with the slot machines that used to be installed in nightclubs, bars, and casinos. There are modern-day equivalents known as "online slots." Despite the fact that a large number of slot machines exist, each one has a parameter known as the return coefficient (RTP) and other unique features. RTP can range from ninety-four to ninety-eight percent among the most popular slot machines found in various casinos. This parameter is coded in the core of the slot machine, and it means that the slot machine will refund this proportion of the total bet amount in the long term.... Read more →


Smart Reasons to Use Local Businesses

An economy is the circulation of wealth within a specific area. Thus, it makes sense to support local businesses because they are part of one's own economy. These businesses also rely on the spending power of their customers in their immediate geographical region, so they are more inclined to offer better deals, lower prices, or more personalized service than high-volume, low-margin companies. For example, you might want help on learning how to day trade crypto currency and there is a company down the road that will do just that. You can both help each other out. Supporting local businesses stimulates... Read more →


How Can You Win Money on Online Casinos?

It's quite easy to find a lot of people claiming that they can win money on online casinos and even receive thousands of dollars for playing their favorite casino games. However, these people are only fooling themselves as the truth is somewhere in between. However, learning how to make real money with online casino sites isn't quite as simple as most people make it out to be. Here Are Some Tips and Tricks to Win Money on Online Casinos If you wish to be successful with gambling sites, it's important that you're prepared to learn how to gamble online in... Read more →


Nominations Being Accepted for Camden County Freedom Metal

Camden County’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal is presented to county residents who have selflessly contributed their time and effort to better their community in conjunction with the goals of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Since the Freedom Medal was introduced in 2001, this prestigious award has been given to over a thousand Camden County’s most deserving residents. Recent Winners and Ceremonies 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal Recipients 2020 Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal Recipients 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal Recipients 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal Recipients All Freedom Medal... Read more →


Acrylic Signs: Understanding The Uses Of These Signs 

You may come across acrylic signs in several places, and businesses rely on them extensively to come out as unique among the competitors. What’s more, the acrylic sign is good for indoor and outdoor exposure based on the magnitude of the business operation. Reasons to use acrylic signs: If you are yet to use an acrylic sign to lend a separate identity to your business, durability and versatility are two reasons to consider. Moreover, you can install the sign inside and outside a commercial building to create a much-needed professional look. With a long-lasting quality to consider, you may consider... Read more →


CatDaddy Debut at TimeOut2/O'Donnell Restaurant and Bar

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021 AT 9 PM – 1 AM CatDaddy The Band to debut at the new TimeOut2 GLOUCESTER, NJ O'Donnell's Restaurant & Bar Event by Marty Mason Group · CatDaddy the Band GROUP PAGE O'Donnell's Restaurant & Bar Duration: 4 hr CatDaddy the Band will make its debut at the new TimeOut2 Sports Bar in Gloucester, NJ. TimeOut2 has taken over O'Donnells, 401 South Broadway, in Gloucester City. Come out and join us to ROCK the house at this new venue! Read more →


TWU Local 234 President Outlines Status of Contract Talks, Possibility of a Strike

Current agreement for SEPTA’s largest group of union workers expires Oct. 31, fair wages, parental leave, compensation for families of transit workers who died due to covid, and improved security on public transit are key issues at the bargaining table. PHILADELPHIA – Negotiators for Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 and SEPTA management are meeting at a hotel in Philadelphia’s historic district for daily negotiations this week and next in hopes of reaching an agreement for a new contract before the current contract expires at midnight on October 31. Video Outlines the Union’s Major Issues at the Bargaining Table In... Read more →


Inflation and Labor Shortage,Two Big Issues Business Leaders and Organizations are Facing Today Because of Pandemic

PEO Leadership, a firm offering executive leadership support, looks at the top issues business leaders must navigate toward success TORONTO, Canada – (October 18, 2021) We maybe emerging from this pandemic, but new challenges continue to confront business leaders and their organizations. As the economy continues to pick up steam, many businesses are jumping over new hurdles to stay afloat. Some organizations are reporting record breaking sales while incurring record breaking losses; many leaders are asking themselves how they will be able to overcome this round of challenges. At the beginning of 2021, the CBC was estimating that in Canada,... Read more →


Eric Dalius’s Views on Machinery Loans to Succeed in Your Manufacturing Business

You are the owner of a manufacturing plant that builds something like microchips and fabrication devices. Keeping the plant running for several years, you now realize that the equipment and tools working in the plant have become old and outdated. Now, the maintenance team has to devote a lot more than expected time to the repairs and upgrades on the items, which is hampering the overall productivity of the plant. Also, that requires you to spend more money on the repair of the items. Eric Dalius explains the importance of taking equipment loans- The new parts are not fully compatible... Read more →


Attention Gloucester City Residents!

Home Improvement Funds Available

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Homeowners in Gloucester City! Is your home in need of repairs to address code violations and major system improvements? Gloucester City’s Housing Rehabilitation program may be able to help. Homeowners interested in the program must meet applicable guidelines and income restrictions. The City of Gloucester is accepting applications to participate in the RCA Housing Rehabilitation Program for low-income homeowners in the form of a deferred loan payment. The purpose of the program is to address code-related items and weatherization needs. The types of repairs covered are electric, plumbing, heating, roofing, structural issues, windows, doors handrails, steps, smoke and... Read more →


CONSUMER ALERT: Understanding Your HVAC System

(NAPSI)—If your home is like most, one of the biggest sources of energy consumption is the HVAC system, and that can be expensive. Fortunately, the U.S. Department of Energy reports, families can cut their energy bill by as much as 20% to 30% simply by doing proper equipment maintenance. Air duct cleaning, for instance. Understanding HVAC As air recirculates through the system, contaminants build up in the ductwork and other components. Dirty HVAC systems work harder, use up to 30% more energy to heat or cool the home and are more likely to need replacing sooner. What To Do Replacing... Read more →


Public Hearing on Two Bond Issues Totaling $2,250,000 to be Held Thursday Night in Gloucester City Council Chambers

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 22, 2021)(CNBNews)--Gloucester City council will hold a public hearing on two million dollar plus bond issues on Thursday evening, September 23, at 7:30 PM in the council chambers at the Gloucester City Police Administration Building, 313 Monmouth Street, Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files The first bond ordinance totaling $1,050,000 will pay for the replacement of sewer mains at various locations, including, but not limited to, Barnard Avenue totaling $950,000, and $100,000 of the bond will pay for the construction of a new pole barn for the sewer and water utility department. A section of the ordinance outlining the... Read more →


The Red Coats to Invade Haddonfield, Saturday, June 4

Festivities begin at 9 am with The Skirmish beginning at 2 pm. Event is Free and Open to the Public. HADDONFIELD, NJ – The British are coming! On Saturday, June 4, 2022 the British will invade and be challenged on Kings Highway by colonial troops. Redcoats, on horseback, will charge, muskets will be fired, and the Continentals will delay the redcoats before they head off to the Battle at Monmouth. General Washington had ordered the militia to “annoy” the Redcoats, and so on June 4, 2022, we will again. This exciting reenactment event is free and open to the public.... Read more →


CNBNEWS EXCLUSIVE: Is a Marijuana Business Coming to Gloucester City?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 14, 2021)--Green-Light Dispensary which is an adult-use retail marijuana business is advertising for a director of dispensary operations for their Marijuana Dispensary in Gloucester City, NJ. On Monday Police Chief/City Administrator Brian Morrell and Mayor Patrick Keating were contacted via email and asked for any information they could provide about this business coming to Gloucester City. As of this posting, we are still waiting for their response. One would have hoped the city's mayor and council would have informed the residents about a marijuana business setting up shop in Gloucester... Read more →


How to consult with the bitcoin trade 

Today, in the realm of everything advanced and web, individuals are additionally exchanging monetary standards through the web. With regards to the Web, quite possibly the most famous subject of this thousand years is digital currency. With the assistance of blockchain, these monetary forms are made and exchanged and the quantity of clients is just expanding. In any case, similar to some other exchanges, bitcoin exchanging has its good and bad times and its own principles that should be followed. Exchanging consistently conveys a lot of hazards, however in case one is savvy enough and realizes how to deal with... Read more →


Maxwell Drever provides an innovative solution to counter the housing crisis

Not just at the national level but also international, people are experiencing a shortage of housing and the crisis of affordability. The supply of housing does not keep momentum with the rising demand. Hence, governments and higher authorities are trying to come up with innovations to counter this problem. One of the promising steps taken by them is affordable workforce housing. However, people have reservations regarding the investment that goes into it. It is a reason hotel owners and investors are taking a backseat because of various misconceptions associated with it. However, you will have to rethink your decision because... Read more →


VOADV Job Fair Pine Hill Municipal Building 9-15

VOADV JOB FAIR September 15, 2021 10:00am - 2:00pm VOADV will be conducting on the spot interviews for direct support professionals, social work backgrounds, medical backgrounds and entry level positions for the social services field including the following positions: Care Manager Care Coordinator Housing Coordinator IMPACT Specialist Program Director Social Worker Program Manager Van Driver Janitor CANDIDATES SHOULD BRING THREE COPIES OF THEIR RESUME, TWO ( 2 ) FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION AND A LIST OF REFERENCES. ANY CERTIFICATES OR TRANSCRIPTS ARE ENCOURAGED. Pine Hill Municipal Building 45 W. 7th Avenue Pine Hill, NJ 08021 https://www.voadv.org/careers Read more →


Murphy Announces Partnership With Uber/Lyft to Provide Rides for People without Transportation Because of Storm

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced a partnership with rideshare companies Uber and Lyft in conjunction with United Way Worldwide and NJ 211 to provide access to free and discounted rides to New Jersey residents who lost a personal vehicle as a result of Tropical Storm Ida. Over the next two weeks, New Jersey residents who lost a vehicle and need help accessing essential services can text NJIDARIDE to 898-211 to request a Lyft or Uber ride. Those without access to a smartphone can dial 2-1-1 from any phone line. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files “In the aftermath of Tropical Storm... Read more →


Former Mayor Bevan Says The City's Form of Government is Outdated, Needs Changing

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 8, 2021)--Former Gloucester City Mayor Bob Bevan, who represents a group of Independent Concerned Citizens, was asked what made him get back into the local political arena? Bevan, in a prepared statement, said he was fed up with the city's high property taxes and he was concerned with the quality of life images he has been seeing and reading about in the Peyton and Me Meandering columns that appear on CNBNews. The former mayor is backing Concerned Citizens candidate Sarah O'Brien who is running, under the banner, Gloucester City First, for the one year unexpired term... Read more →


It's Not Too Late to Donate!

KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy student scholars will begin the academic year next week. There are just a few more days left to donate! The Cooper Foundation has teamed up with KIPP Cooper Norcross Academy (KCNA) to provide every student enrolled with a new backpack and school supplies to start the school year off right. Instead of shopping for supplies, The Cooper Foundation orders the backpacks and supplies, geared to the teachers' requests, and ships them directly to the KCNA schools for distribution. Last year, every student received a new backpack and school supplies through your generosity! Monetary donations help support... Read more →


Are You Looking for a JOB?

Looking for a new employment opportunity? Pull out your best business attire, fill a folder with resumes and head to the Employment Weekly Job Fair in partnership with Camden County. The free event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, September 17, in the Nordstrom Corridor of the Cherry Hill Mall. Businesses will be on hand showcasing both full-time and part-time job openings and other opportunities. Job seekers can plan to discuss their resumes and employment aspirations on site with all businesses. Additional Camden County partners will be present at the event to assist with job-related and... Read more →


Rutgers’ Class of 2025: A Resilient Group Ready for New Challenges

Rutgers welcomes more than 13,000 students this fall, one of the most diverse classes in history Photo credit: Wesley Roberts/Rutgers University The incoming Class of 2025 – more than 9,200 first-year and 3,800 transfer students, among the most diverse in university history – is coming to Rutgers after having stood up to challenges unseen in generations that disrupted their education and their lives. They adjusted and sometimes struggled to meet the demands of remote learning that filled many school days since the start of the pandemic. They overcame tragedy and faced difficult circumstances but are accomplished and eager for a... Read more →


CNBNEWS EXCLUSIVE: A Number of Candidates Have Filed for November's Election in Gloucester City

UPDATED/CORRECTION William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Gloucestercitynews.net graphic file GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 30, 2021)--This November's election in Gloucester City will have three different groups offering candidates for the positions on a council that is open. When Mayor Dan Spencer resigned suddenly in April he still had a year and a half left on his four-year term. His resignation set up the following chain of events. Democrat Councilman at large Pat Keating stepped down from his position and was appointed to the mayor's seat until this November's election. The fact that there were two unexpected openings on the council... Read more →


Best ways of building a robust relationship with clients, as illustrated by Vito Proietti

When you are the leader of a firm, it is your responsibility to care for your employees and client base. As an entrepreneur, you might be thinking about the best ways of engaging with your customer base. Building a robust relationship with them requires skills and consistency. You will have to return to your customers and help them find the products and services they need. Remember that your clients are your strength. With referrals and positive feedback, you will have a higher income, which will show in your venture. There are millions of small business entrepreneurs who are finding multiple... Read more →


EPA Says Contaminated Groundwater Still Exists in Gloucester City and Camden City; Meeting Sept. 8

EPA Proposes Interim Plan to Address Groundwater Contamination at the Welsbach/General Gas Mantle Superfund Site in Gloucester City and Camden City, N.J. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 18, 2021)--The removal of the radon material from the Ferry Fence office property on 7th Street began this year in January. The area encompasses 4600 square feet. The cost for this work is estimated at $500,000. The arrows point to air monitors put in place to monitor the quality of the air. Because of a low water table, according to an EPA spokesperson, the excavation pit in front of the property filled up with... Read more →


CNB Consumer Tips: If Your Home Survives A Fire, Will It Still Be Safe?

Bringing a home back to livability after a disaster may take more than many realize—but it can be done. (NAPSI)—Wildfires are burning hotter and moving faster than ever before. They create health and safety hazards long after being extinguished. The residue and small particles carried in wildfire smoke breach homes’ external structures—settling into attics, ductwork, carpeting, wall cavities, furniture, bedding, mattresses and more. These particles can carry dangerous contaminates and toxic gases such as cyanides, acid gases and aldehydes including formaldehyde, causing asthma attacks, heart attacks, strokes and other health issues. As parts of the country deal with active wildfires... Read more →


How can know more Bitcoin Aussie

Regardless of whether you think bitcoins are the cash of things to come or a passing trend, you can't reject that a few groups have effectively made millions. So with the bait of "simple" cash comes wrongdoing. Also, the wrongdoing is getting greater and more confusing. It used to be unimportant wrongdoing. Individuals will offer to sell something for Bitcoins and won't pay. Or then again offer to sell bitcoins and never convey. You can think that it is in pretty much every online commercial center. It annihilates trust in the framework and is normal. Most keen individuals on the... Read more →


CNBNews Exclusive:

Is the Critical Race Theory Being Taught in Gloucester City Schools? What is the District's Transgender Policy?

UPDATED: CNBNews photo credit GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 20, 2021)--Jack Ciattarelli the NJ Republican candidate for Governor wrote an Op-Ed article in the Bergen Record about the public-school curriculum changing. Ciattarelli said, "In my travels, one issue that comes up repeatedly with parents — Democrats, Republicans and Jack Ciattarelli Independents alike — are the changes to the public-school curriculum pushed by Gov. Phil Murphy. Changes that now require kindergarteners to learn about gender identification and sexual orientation and middle school kids to know about vaginal, anal and oral sex." "Parents aren’t just concerned and frustrated. They’re also angry about an... Read more →


CONSUMER TIPS: 5 Auto Repair Tips for Women

FixMyCar comes to your house/office to fix your car, offering vehicle repair tips for women DETROIT, Michigan – (August 9, 2021) – According to research published in the “Journal of Marketing Research,” women are quoted higher prices for auto repairs when they are uninformed about the pricing of such repairs. When they have an idea of what it should cost they are no longer overcharged. The more women know about vehicle repairs the more they can help keep expenses down. They can also help ensure they are getting the best service overall when they follow a few helpful tips regarding... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: $19 MILLION TO IMPROVE PARKS IN CAMDEN CITY

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (AUGUST 5, 2021)CAMDEN County Commissioners Jeff Nash and Al Dyer joined Camden Mayor Vic Carstarphen and officials from the Camden Community Partnership to break ground on the Whitman Park Improvement Project. MR. TAXPAYER WE NEED YOUR MONEY FOR CAMDEN CITY Gloucestercitynews.net graphic Whitman Park is a Camden city-owned 6.5-acre community space that has provided youth, families, and residents opportunities for various recreational uses. The upcoming renovations, including a 3.5-acre addition to the park, and have begun on Tuesday, August 3. The upgrades are part of a continuing $19 million commitment by Camden County to improve 10 parks... Read more →


Pitman and Gloucester City, Two Small Communities, One With Pride, The Other Without

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Pitman, NJ population 8,805, 2.2 square miles, Gloucester City, NJ population 11,200, 2.8 square miles As you watch Mr. Fisher's video there are two things that stand out when you compare Pitman with the City of Gloucester City. The first is that unlike many areas of Gloucester City that are littered with trash of all kinds you see no litter at all in Pitman during this 9 minute tour. The other is community pride. The video reveals the business owners and residents in Pitman are particular about the appearances of their property. But not... Read more →


Camden County Commissioners Board Approves Funds for Enhancing Recreation Facilities

(Cherry Hill, NJ) – The Camden County Commissioner Board has approved the recommendations of the Open Space, Recreation, Farmland and Historical Preservation Trust Fund Advisory Committee to award $650,000 to 26 recreation facility enhancement projects throughout the county. “Across the county these funds will be utilized to upgrade, improve, or renovate recreational facilities for our residents and the families that call Camden County home,” said Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the county Division Environmental Affairs. “From ball fields to park trails, this program ensures that we have access to safe outdoor and green spaces in each of our municipalities. These... Read more →


How did a bunch of little things turn into a “BIG THING” in our community?

Hanging flower baskets on Monmouth Street are still hanging with dead flowers for the past 5 weeks. Welcome to Gloucester signs are not maintained sending a negative message to people coming into our town. Litter laws have to be enforced in parking lots of retail stores especially on Broadway. Every year the city has to be reminded to hang the Betsy Ross Flags along our Riverfront Park. This is not done yet in 2021. Put your recyclables out in a proper container with a lid to prevent neighborhood litter. Teak benches on Freedom Pier should be reinstalled on stronger brackets.... Read more →


Gloucester City Business Owner Hosts Party for 200 People; Crowd Caused A Fracas, Blocked Traffic on Market St.

Looking east on Market Street from Broadway towards the railroad tracks. The Chosen Profection Soul Food store is on the right inside the yellow circle. Members of the Gloucester City Police Department responded to two calls to that location on July 3. According to GCPD Activity docket the first time the police responded was 8:47 PM, the caller said there was a large crowd of people standing outside the store; some of the people were underage and they were drinking alcohol. Two hours later, the crowd had grown to 200 people. (Photo credit Google Maps and Brianna) William E. Cleary... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Battleship New Jersey Receives $512,339 Grant from American Rescue Plan

Norcross Announces More Than $512K for Battleship New Jersey CAMDEN, NJ – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced that the Battleship New Jersey has been awarded a $512,339 grant from the Small Business Administrations (SBA) Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program. Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, this grant provides emergency assistance for eligible venues affected by COVID-19. Gloucestercitynews.net files “It is an honor for South Jersey to be home to the most decorated battleship in U.S. history, stationed right across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, where our country was founded 244 years ago,” said Congressman Norcross. “This past... Read more →


Apple was once against Mobile Casinos, But Not Now

Computers have certainly come a long way from the giant machines kept in the basement of corporate buildings. Devices continue to get smaller as our global reach increases. Apple was once against mobile casinos. Apple worried young kids would have access to games. They felt online casinos could not be trusted and addiction was too easy. Apple has become a mobile casino app friendly. Online players are able to benefit greatly from portable device innovations, including the many mobile apps that help us navigate a city, find a taxi, and buy gifts for our mothers and fathers. When you want... Read more →


Revenue Books for NJ Sports Betting in June Boom

With $71 million in revenue, Garden State sportsbooks continue to thrive into summer, according to PlayNJ (ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.) — New Jersey’s online and retail sportsbooks rejoined the national trend of declining betting volume in June. But a hold of 9.3% pushed revenue at sportsbooks to more than $71 million, a remarkable result that blunted the effects of any summer slowdown, according to PlayNJ, which tracks the state’s regulated online gaming and sports betting market. “Overall, New Jersey continues to perform far better than every other sports betting market in the U.S.,” said Dustin Gouker, analyst for the PlayUSA.comNetwork, which... Read more →


Top 5 Common Labeling Mistakes to Avoid

Whether you’re a product manager of a large business or a small business owner, experiencing problems with your product labeling is very common. Remember that labels are one of the most important elements of your product. Not only it will showcase the effectiveness and beauty of the product but also generate a positive emotion amongst potential customers. If you don’t resolve your labeling issues, it will quickly turn into a nightmare of your business marketing strategy. From its initial stages of applying to the point of sale, every step of the labeling process is very important until something goes wrong.... Read more →


Gloucester City Has A New Political Group; Meet and Greet on Saturday from 3 PM to 6 PM at Proprietors Park

UPDATED: Today, (July 9, 2021) Josh Twyford the chairperson of the organization, and, vice-chair Charlene DelFico were asked some personal follow-up questions today. Question: Have you ever run for office or served in government? JT-I have not. I have always followed and been interested in politics. Now I have decided to be a part of it. CD-I have not run for office or worked in government. Question: What do you do for a living? JT-I am a Quality Control technician for printing inks in Philadelphia. CD-I worked in retail pharmacy and medical pharmacy including Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in NYC. Question:... Read more →


The State of Online Poker in 2021 

For many years, poker was all the buzz in gambling and entertainment circles. A lot has changed with more casino games and formats coming up. This would make you wonder just how well online poker is fairing in 2021. Well, those golden years of online poker are not over yet. People still participate in the game not just because of the possibility of winning cash but also because of the allure of the game itself. It is still a game of wits and that is what we love about it. Now, the world of online poker is not what it... Read more →


Emerging Trends in The Packaging Industry

The packaging industry is headed for the future, thanks to internet penetration. Nowadays, automation is quickly dominating this industry. This not only improves the efficiency of your packaging line but also saves time. So, if you want to save time and improve the accuracy of your packaging line, think about technology. Learn about how technology can help you optimize your production process. Let the following emerging technologies inspire you to bring automation into your company. Computer Vision Computer vision, a technology that helps the computer to identify and read info from images, videos, as well as the environment, is poised... Read more →


CONSUMER NEWS: Advanced Air-Conditioning Systems

NAPSI)—This summer, homeowners don’t have to choose between being cool and eco-conscious. Today’s innovations make it “no sweat” to enjoy both with smart home climate control technologies and advanced air-conditioning systems created to achieve maximum energy efficiency and comfort. Many might be surprised that home cooling accounts for nearly half of home energy use and is responsible for nearly100 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year. It’s no wonder optimal energy efficiency is a home buyer’s top “Green Preference,” with nearly half of home buyers willing to invest between $1,000 and $9,999 for a $1,000 annual savings on their... Read more →