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Bitcoin blockchain technology innovations

Subsequent to acquiring a fundamental comprehension of what a bitcoin is and how the wallet really functions, you need to go into the universe of advanced cash and get some bitcoins for yourself. That asks the central issue: How would I get a bitcoin? Now there are mentioned lots of important... Read more →


How to manage bitcoin buying and trading 

Bitcoin (BTC) is another kind of advanced money with cryptographic keys. It is the principal advanced cryptocurrency to acquire public consideration and is acknowledged by a developing number of traders. Like different monetary standards, buyers can utilize advanced money to purchase products and ventures on the web, just as in some... Read more →


L.A.Ambulance Staff Refuse to Transfer Patients With No Chance of Survival To Hospital

Gloucestercitynews.net files Due to the COVID surge LOS ANGELES, CALIF.--As the surge of COVID-19 cases increases exponentially across the U.S., the hospitals in the Los Angeles metro area have been particularly hit hard. There are now more than 7,600 people hospitalized with Covid-19 in Los Angeles County. Ambulance crews in the... Read more →


Multiple bitcoin trading strategies

On the off chance that you need to put resources into bitcoin, ensure you think about various components. This choice ought to be founded on strong specialized assessment and complete investigation. You would prefer not to be disappointed in the event that you can't get the correct contribution so contribute a... Read more →


Best Ways to Expand Your Reach Using Instagram

Instagram is undoubtedly one of the most influential and powerful social media platforms out there. Instagram, or ‘the gram’ as many users call it, is a photo and video sharing platform that has over 1billion monthly active users. Since its launch, over 40 billion photos and videos have been shared, with... Read more →


How to Use Twitter to Help Grow Your Business

It’s hard to believe that social media, as we know it, has only been around for a couple of decades. The influence they have on all aspects of society is profound. Take Twitter, for example. Launched in 2006, the short-form social media network clocks 330million monthly active users and 500million tweets... Read more →


D.C. POLITICS: “Unity” President Vows to “Defeat” America’s Oldest and Largest Civil Rights Group

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Joe Biden wants Americans to believe that he will focus on what he calls “the renewal of a politics that’s about solving problems – not stoking the flames of hate and chaos.” Yet what “problem” is Biden promising to “solve” before he even takes office?... Read more →


How to Get Control of Your Finances After College Graduation

(January 20, 2021)--In simpler times, graduating from college was a celebratory time filled with happiness, hope and ambition. All of your hard work in school paid off with a degree from a good university and you were well on your way to getting a great job that would set you up... Read more →


Coast Guard Involved in Security Operations for Today's Inauguration

press release K-9 Jenny, a crewmember attached to Maritime Safety and Security Team 91108, based in Kings Bay, Ga., sits with her handler after conducting a canine explosive detection team patrol at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, ahead of the 2021 Presidential Inauguration, Jan. 17, 2021. On Sept. 24, 2018, the Department... Read more →


Credit Score Goals! 5 Ways To Improve Your Credit Score 

What are your major plans for this year? Maybe you plan to purchase a new house, or perhaps you want a massive house renovation this year. Maybe you are also planning to apply for an auto loan, or you want to realize that long-time dream of yours to start up a... Read more →


Brian C Jensen shares insights about the relevance of having a wellness regime during the pandemic phase 

(CNBNews)(January 19, 2021)--No one anticipated that the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak would adversely affect people across the globe. The sudden change in the daily routine has made people undertake excess stress and anxiety. It is challenging for people to stay at home for a prolonged time and maintain social distancing rules. Additionally,... Read more →


Former Gloucester City Resident Paul Devine Succumbs to COVID-19

Paul Devine Former Gloucester City resident Paul Devine, died Monday afternoon, January 19, 2021. Gary Devine, his brother, said Paul was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Recently he caught COVID-19 which was just too much for his brother to fight. "Throughout his life, Paul was always in the best shape; he never... Read more →


Valuable tips for traveling with family during the pandemic

by Gary Saitowitz Traveling is an integral part of human life. It may be for recreation or necessity. However, it is unavoidable. Despite all this, the onset of Coronavirus has halted every aspect of human life, including traveling. With the social distancing norms, all across the globe, individuals are facing a... Read more →


THE HATRED AND RUTHLESSNESS MUST STOP

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Concertina razor wire tops the 8-foot ‘non-scalable’ fence that surrounds the U.S. Capitol, in Washington, on Jan. 14, 2020. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) courtesy of Epoch Times The rioting in the streets that we have witnessed across our Nation last summer is sadly continuing into this... Read more →


10 Ways to Write a Perfect Essay

by Henry Mcdowel There may not be such a thing as “perfect,” but in the essay writing world, a student can get pretty close if he has a solid plan for crafting one and is willing to put in the time and effort. Most students have learned the step-by-step process for... Read more →


Op-Ed: “Society In Decline”

by Earl Foster So we had another election where voting is questionable depending on your perspective. In spite of countless reports of ballot harvesting, and missing ballots, those in any authority refuse to acknowledge there was/is a problem. Were the “Legal American” people cheated out of their vote and the election... Read more →


How Can A Newbie Break Into The Online Casino World

If you’re intimidated by placing bets, yet the online casino industry fascinates you, you’ve come to the right place. This article is for the newbies that have been striving to break into the world of online bets. Let’s put this simply — placing wagers requires more than mere luck. You must... Read more →


Premier League’s matchday 19 Predictions

Another matchday of the big European League is coming and with that the chance to make some money with sports betting. Today’s football predictions will be from one of the most beloved leagues around the world: the English Premier League. With the help of specialist Kate Richardson, we brought to you... Read more →


New COVID-19 Grief Support Group for 2021

Coping With A COVID-19 Loss is a Free Virtual Support Group Offered Through the Samaritan Center For Grief Support Mount Laurel, NJ – The past year has been unprecedented, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Health guidelines and safety protocols have impacted us greatly – limiting our interaction with others, restricting activities... Read more →


Public Health Alert Issued for Beef Jerky Products Due to Misbranding/Undeclared Allergen

[View MORE Labels WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2021 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert for ready-to-eat (RTE) beef jerky products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen. The product may contain anchovies, a known allergen, which is not declared on... Read more →


United Methodist Communities Residents, Collingswood Receive COVID-19 Vaccination

COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (January 15, 2021)--UMC is pleased that New Jersey has made the right decision and included long-term care residents and staff as a top priority for vaccination in our state. While the vaccine is not a panacea, it is an important step towards making our community healthy and safe. After... Read more →


Kidney Donation from NJ Resident Saves 4 Lives

image Gianna Graw, 24, Kidney Donor Newswise — On December 9, 2020, Gianna Graw saved four lives and became the first patient to make a “good samaritan” kidney donation through Hackensack University Medical Center’s partnership with National Kidney Registry (NKR), an organization that facilitates living donor kidney transplants. Gianna’s generous donation... Read more →


NJ Business & Industry Association Files Amicus Brief Re: Pennsylvania's Business Closures

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association has filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in support of a recent lower court decision addressing the constitutionality of key aspects of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 emergency orders. In its filing, NJBIA argues that, while a state’s chief... Read more →


An overview of Lemon Laws and how consumers can benefit from it

(CNBNews)(January 16, 2021)--If you buy a defective vehicle, it can have devastating effects on your life, and you must seek legal help from Goodman Lemon Law. Legal help can help to set things right so that you get a replacement at the soonest or at least get a refund. This is... Read more →


Grove City College's Marc Ebiri of Medford and classmates win national recognition for chapter

GROVE CITY, PA (01/12/2021)-- Grove City College Physics student Marc Ebiri of Medford and classmates win national recognition for chapter. The Grove City College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has won an Outstanding Chapter Award from the SPS National Office - again. The Grove City College chapter has... Read more →


New Study Shows Why Antihistamines Often Don't Help Eczema Patients

14-Jan-2021 4:50 PM EST, by Washington University in St. Louis Illustration by Madison Mack Research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis indicates that cells in the blood called basophils (brown in illustration) can react to allergens (round honeycomb shapes) in the environment and send itch signals to nerve... Read more →


Dental implants are as good as your natural teeth

(CNBNews)(January 15, 2021)--Despite improvements in dental care and more consciousness among people about the importance of maintaining good oral health, there is yet no way discovered to prevent tooth loss. Millions of people suffer tooth loss due to decay and periodontal diseases or accidents and injury. Since leaving gaps in the... Read more →


Project Veritas: Twitter's Jack Dorsey Says More of Trump's Followers will be Censored

Dorsey said that censoring Trump was just the beginning. “We are focused on one account [@realDonaldTrump] right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks, and... Read more →


TRUMP Censored by Big Tech; Will You Be Next?

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on @Newsmax TV on "Spicer & Co" to discuss Big Tech censorship of President Trump & much more! Donate today! ►https://www.judicialwatch.org/donate/... Subscribe on YouTube! ► http://jwatch.us/subscribe Check out our website ► http://www.judicialwatch.org "Like" us on Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/JudicialWatch Follow us on Twitter ► http://twitter.com/JudicialWatch Read more →


5 Tik-Tok Spaces You May Want To Be A Part Of

(CNBNews)(January 14, 2021)--It is not a secret that social media is divided into different spaces for people of similar interests. The division can even be based on the language the users of a particular space use. In case of Tik-Tok, there is an “astro side of Tik-Tok”, “dance Tik-Tok”, “cooking Tik-Tok”... Read more →


CNB TRAVEL: THINGS TO DO IN PHILADELPHIA

Center City Fit Free Skate Presented by Rothman Orthopaedics Need some outdoor exercise this winter? We've got just the thing at Dilworth Park. Every Tuesday from 12 - 1 p.m. now through February 28, adults can keep active outdoors at the Rothman Orthopaedics Ice Rink with complimentary admission and skate rental.... Read more →


New COVID SCAM: Small Businesses

January 13, 2021 by Lesley Fair Attorney, Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC There’s a new coronavirus-related scam making the rounds, but this time the crooks are targeting small businesses. It starts with an email that claims to come from the “Small Business Administration Office of Disaster Assistance.” It says... Read more →


SJI Reflects on 2020 as a Year of Giving and Support to Local Communities

FOLSOM, NJ, January 13, 2021 – SJI (NYSE: SJI) is proud to reflect on 2020 as a year of support and giving to local communities during unprecedented times marked by a global health pandemic, significant economic contraction in our State and strained resources for social services organizations. SJI and its utility... Read more →


One in Three Pennsylvania Businesses Closed Due To Wolf's Mandate

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Nearly one in three Pennsylvania businesses closed due to a government mandate, “substantially higher” than the U.S. private sector average, according to a new survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The 30.4% of Pennsylvania businesses that closed due... Read more →


Barbara L. Gismondi, of West Collingswood Hts.,

On January 9, 2021. Age 74. (nee Carre). Of West Collingswood Heights. Loving and devoted wife of 53 years of Ben Gismondi. Loving mother of Julie Parks and Gina Gismondi. Cherished grandmother of Matthew, Angelena and Sophia Parks and Anna, Bence and Marie Bagameri. Beloved sister of Daphne Blaker (Walt) and... Read more →


Summer Camp is the Antidote for Our Kids’ Living in this Pandemic Era

by Andy Pritikin For two decades, I’ve been heralding the importance of Summer Camp to families who have never attended. Years before COVID-19, there existed a world-wide outbreak amongst our youth in technology addiction, social skill deficiency, indoors isolation, and over-parenting. And now, since March 2020, our kids have been living... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Receiving Vaccine

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (January 13, 2021)--Officers and Dispatchers of the Gloucester Township Police Department began receiving their first round of COVID-19 vaccinations today, at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, NJ. Chief David Harkins received his vaccination this morning, and is scheduled to get his second dose on... Read more →


Cape May County Prosecutor Implores Residents to Seek Help for Domestic Violence

January 10, 2021 (Cape May Court House, NJ) – The recent and unfortunate murder suicide of a couple living in Cape May County last week has sparked the Community Outreach Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office to reach out to people who may be suffering from Domestic Violence. Domestic violence includes behaviors... Read more →


5 things you might not know about marijuana

(CNBNews)(January 13, 2021)--One industry that has seen a boom in the last few years, one that many people would never have expected to, and one that has surprised many, is the marijuana industry. Since marijuana was legalized in a few states in America, it has generated around $13 billion and continues... Read more →


Newark's Customs/Border Patrol Seizes Swine Meat

NEWARK, N.J.(January 13, 2021) — An arriving passenger was ‘sniffed’ out by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection K-9 at Newark Liberty International Airport trying to import swine meat into the United States. On January 8, CBP agriculture specialists conducted a canine examination of luggage originating from Kosovo, when K-9 Kody... Read more →


Is there any strategy when playing slots? Tips for your first time playing

(CNBNews)(January 13, 2021)--One of the biggest industries in the world is the gambling industry, which is worth about $443.2 billion, and consists of many forms of gambling. One of those forms of gambling are casinos, physical and online, and both of those subindustries are equally as successful. Over the years, there... Read more →


Some People Using Cannabis for Pain Experience Multiple Withdrawal Symptoms

Newswise — More than half of people who use medical marijuana products to ease pain also experience clusters of multiple withdrawal symptoms when they’re between uses, a new study finds. And about 10% of the patients taking part in the study experienced worsening changes to their sleep, mood, mental state, energy... Read more →


Top six holiday destinations in the Caribbean islands 

(CNBNews)(January 13, 2021)--Holidays are the most memorable aspect of human life. When planning a holiday, it allows you to spend quality time with your friends and family members. Hence, visiting a destination that is both attractive and fits your budget is essential. In this regard, Exploring Caribbean can help you plan... Read more →


Test your luck on Spotify!

(CNBNews)(January 13, 2021)--Have you ever heard about successful Spotify musicians? Have you ever thought how did they become famous? Maybe you thought that hard work and many cool songs did it. But the world is not a fantasy, and with all its cruelty, not the talent plays the biggest part. The... Read more →


How to Beat Your Allergies All Through the Year

(CNBNews)(January 13, 2021)--Anything from pollen and mold spores to pet dander and dust mites can trigger allergies if you’re unfortunate enough to suffer with them. But while many people may think that allergies are only a burden in the summer months, the reality is that they can be troublesome throughout the... Read more →


Penn Medicine Surgeons Develop Patient-Reported Outcomes Tool to Improve Hernia Care

The first-of-its-kind patient-informed instrument captures quality of life and other key outcomes pre- and post-surgery Newswise — PHILADELPHIA—Patient-reported outcomes have become a critical part of improving surgical care because of their ability to capture patient experiences, such as quality of life and satisfaction, that can help inform treatment. However, for patients... Read more →


US Post Offices Observing Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

NORTHERN NEW JERSEY — In observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday, Post Offices will be closed and only Priority Mail Express will be delivered on Monday, January 18. Full mail delivery, postal retail operations, and mail collections will resume on Tuesday, January 19. The Postal Service receives no... Read more →


Murphy Defends COVID-19 Actions

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy defended his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the state had to tackle the pandemic head-on and eschew business as usual. Gloucestercitynews.net files “We haven’t sugarcoated our problems and we haven’t followed the old Trenton... Read more →


Chairwoman Vigilante Urges County Republicans To Stand With Jack Ciattarelli

Vigilante joins Essex County Chair in saying, “It’s time for the party to get behind Jack Ciattarelli.” MULLICA HILL (January 12– Borrowing a line from Jack Ciattarelli, Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante said today that “It is time to make Phil Murphy one and done in ’21.” “While I am... Read more →


CCPO Highlights Resources on Human Trafficking Awareness Day

Camden City, N.J. – In recognition of Human Trafficking Awareness Month and National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on Jan. 11, Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer is highlighted ways to identify potential cases and the resources available for those who need it. “Human trafficking is a complex crime that often... Read more →