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NJ to Giving $600 Million in Federal Funds to Special Education Students with Disabilities

Todd DeFeo / The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – New Jersey will use $600 million from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to fund a one-year extension of public education and related services for thousands of students with disabilities. Gloucestercitynews.net files Concurrently, Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law S-3434/A-5366, authorizing the temporary one-year extension... Read more →


CNBNews Sports: A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN (video)

By Henry Howard JUN 17, 2021 On a steamy summer night on a dirt and grass field, an American Legion-sponsored team concludes its warmups after the player introductions, national anthem and other pre-game festivities. The pitcher squeezes the resin bag, tosses it aside, receives the sign from the catcher and winds up. The scene will... Read more →


CNBNews Happenings and Events

SJ Catholic Cemeteries Cleanup Begins June 28 The next holiday cleanup for South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries is scheduled to begin Monday, June 28. Prior to the cleanup date, they ask families to please remember to remove any keepsake items or mementos that they want to keep. The South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries handle 15 cemetery locations... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: HERE IS THE TRUTH ABOUT WOLF'S EDUCATION FUNDING

Marc LeBlond | Commonwealth Foundation Last week, Gov. Tom Wolf held a press conference on the Capitol steps capping off a more than four-month campaign to promote drastically increasing district school funding. But his central claim, that school districts are underfunded and charter schools are the culprit, is the exact opposite of reality. Wolf spoke... Read more →


ROWAN’S KEVIN GILLOOLY SWIMS 50 METER FREESTYLE AT OLYMPIC TRIALS

OMAHA, NE – Rowan’s Kevin Gillooly swam the 50 meter freestyle in 22.69 at the USA Swimming Olympic Trials at the Chi Health Center on June 19. Gillooly finished 31st out of 64 swimmers in the prelims. The senior qualified for the Olympic Trials with a time of 22.60 at the 2021 Greater Philadelphia Aquatic... Read more →


Congress Allocates $650 Million in Annual Fishery Restoration and Conservation Efforts

The U.S. Congress recently took important steps towards reauthorizing the sport fishing restoration and boating trust fund, according to South Jersey Yacht Sales. A news release from SJYS states, This fund is a program that supports nearly $650 million in annual fishery restoration and conservation efforts. The fund gets directly distributed to State Fish and... Read more →


What is the bitcoin investing starting guide?

Bitcoin is a sort of degenerate cash that has reformed the online monetary market. As far as money, this is a shockingly imaginative idea. The worth of bitcoin cash is controlled by a calculation, and everything is straightforward to everybody included, so nobody is amazed. Focal offices can't handle the inventory of bitcoins (instead of... Read more →


Supreme Court Favors Catholic Social Services in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

Washington, D.C.—Today, (June 17, 2021)--the Supreme Court issued a very narrow ruling in favor of Catholic Social Services (CSS) in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. The ruling, specific to the circumstances of this case, held that the City of Philadelphia violated the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment because it failed to grant CSS... Read more →


How much useful the Bitcoin Bank Breaker

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency stage, and it's the principal decentralized foundation of its sort. This is perhaps the most energizing development in money for at any rate the most recent hundred years. Bitcoin is totally algorithmic and everything is open source so it's nothing unexpected. No focal office can handle the stockpile of bitcoins, rather... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Are New York Democrats Hopelessly Stupid?

June 18, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on New York City's mayoralty race: The New York Post has published the results of a survey of likely Democratic voters in New York City; it was conducted by the esteemed polling firm McLaughlin & Associates. Early voting for the new mayor has begun and the... Read more →


How bitcoin blockchain is helpful for small business

Bitcoin is an advanced type of money that is utilized to purchase things through online exchanges. Bitcoin isn't strong, it is totally controlled and constructed electronically. One should be cautious about when to take an interest in bitcoin as its expense is continually evolving. Bitcoins are utilized to trade monetary standards, administrations, and items. Exchanges... Read more →


Officer Down: Seattle Police Officer Lexi Harris Struck and Killed by Vehicle, age 38

Police Officer Alexandra Brenneman Harris Seattle Police Department, Washington End of Watch Sunday, June 13, 2021 Police Officer Lexi Harris was struck and killed by a vehicle while checking on the welfare of several drivers who had just been involved in a vehicle crash on I-5 near Spokane Street. Officer Harris had just completed her... Read more →


What is the Bitcoin Aussie all about?

Bitcoin is decentralized computerized cash that nobody possesses. The public authority has no power over it. Utilizations shared systems administration and characterized archives to run the framework. The framework is controlled and gotten free from extortion by recording exchanges in the blockchain, a record of public history, once confirmed with verification of the working framework.... Read more →


Officer Down: Holly Springs Police Officer Joe Burson, Dragged by a Vehicle and Killed

Police Officer JOSEPH BURSON Holly Springs Police Department, Georgia End of Watch Wednesday, June 16, 2021 HOLLY SPRINGS, GA (June 16, 2021)--Police Officer Joe Burson succumbed to injuries sustained when he was dragged by a vehicle during a traffic stop of a speeding vehicle at about 11:00 pm. He had stopped the vehicle on Hickory... Read more →


How the bitcoin is considered the swindle of the century

All things considered, similar to all the other things throughout everyday life - in the event that not - you need to get it before you can put resources into it. Putting resources into bitcoin can be extremely troublesome, and it is in the event that you have not moved forward. First, you need to... Read more →


Officer Down: Police Sergeant Erasmo García-Torres Shot and Killed Conducting a Traffic Stop

Sergeant Erasmo García-Torres Puerto Rico Police Department, Puerto Rico End of Watch Thursday, June 10, 2021 PUERTO RICO--Sergeant Erasmo García-Torres was shot and killed while conducting a traffic stop at the intersection of Calle Villa and Calle Venus in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The driver started to walk away during the stop and Sergeant García-Torres began... Read more →


Tips before investing in bitcoin trading

Subsequent to acquiring an essential comprehension of what a bitcoin is and how the wallet really functions, you need to go into the universe of advanced money and get some bitcoins for yourself. That asks the central issue: How would I get a bitcoin? Subsequent to finding out about the starting points of each bitcoin... Read more →


A Bronze Statue Honoring George Floyd Unveiled in Newark NJ

A statue of George Floyd was unveiled outside Newark City Hall on June 16, 2021. NEWARK, NJ (June 16, 2021)--The statue was commissioned by actor and filmmaker Leon Pickney and it was sculpted by artist Stanley Watts, according to Fox 46. The artwork was donated to the city and will be on display for at... Read more →


How bitcoin mining can become the best blessing

Bitcoin mining is the demonstration of confirming an exchange that happens on each blockchain. It confirms each exchange and afterward openly shares the exchange freely for anyone to view on Monday then 2-Monday organization. Bitcoin excavators are individuals who are answerable for checking and taking each exchange prior to joining a blockchain to make a... Read more →


Medical Study on Back Pain Injuries Released

Newswise — Medical guidelines help doctors understand the best way to treat health conditions. Surprisingly, many doctors do not adhere to them, and this is a problem, according to a new study by scientists at University of Utah Health and MDGuidelines. People with lower back pain injury miss 11 more days of work in a... Read more →


CNBNEWS CONSUMER ALERT: Avoid Online Shopping Scams

Ahh, summer. Ten sweet yet short weeks to enjoy some of your favorite traditions. Maybe it’s sipping an ice cold drink on the porch, spending a weekend at the beach, or cooling off with the kids at the pool. Now that you think about it, you might decide to treat yourself to a new porch... Read more →


What You Need to Know about the Menopause

Menopause is a word most people have heard of and a life transition many people will be preparing for when reaching a certain age. However, before experiencing menopause firsthand, there are many things you might not be aware of in relation to this natural change, and it’s always best to be prepared. What is the... Read more →


CNB Consumer Alert: Don't Send Them Money

June 17, 2021 by Lisa Lake Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Instead of telling you a ghost story around a summer campfire, we have an all-too familiar tale to share: Myra’s grandson, Jon, is in Mexico for the summer. They video chat every week. One day, Myra gets a call from someone who says he’s Max,... Read more →


CONGRATULATIONS! 33 High School Students Graduate From Atlantic Cape Community College

MAYS LANDING, NJ (06/17/2021)-- Congratulations to over 700 students who graduated from Atlantic Cape Community College in the class of 2021! Among them were 33 local students who earned their Associate Degrees from Atlantic Cape through the Early College Program while also attending high school. The high school students graduating this year are from Atlantic... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Md: Ocean City and Assateague Island Beaches Producing Excellent Surf Fishing

Maryland Fishing Report June 16, 2021 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Carson and Conner Hoffmaster went crabbing recently with mom, dad, and granddad (who flew in from Wisconsin). Photo by Brad Hoffmaster All of us at the Maryland Department of Natural Resources wish all the dads and grandfathers out there an enjoyable... Read more →


Rowan's Kevin Gillooly Living a Dream will Compete in US Olympic Swimming Trials

OMAHA, NE – Rowan’s Kevin Gillooly (Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill East) will get his chance to fulfill a dream on Saturday, June 19, when he competes in the 50-meter freestyle at the US Swimming Olympic Trials at the Chi Health Center in Omaha. This week's Trials determines the team that will represent the USA at... Read more →


How to stake Ethereum 2.0 in 2021

One of the booming cryptocurrency that you can invest in is Ethereum. To increase the benefits, it is now bringing forth an upgraded version of Ethereum 2.0 for investors. ETH requires a lot many things to keep in your mind before you start to stake. You will need a minimum of 32 tokens to validate... Read more →


Residents from NJ Graduate with the Lehigh University Class of 2021

BETHLEHEM, PA (06/17/2021)-- During Commencement ceremonies on May 24, 2021, Lehigh University conferred 1,295 Bachelor's degrees, 549 Master's degrees and 104 Doctoral degrees. Of the nearly 2,000 graduates, degree recipients came from 45 states and 36 countries outside of the United States. Congratulations to these graduates from your area! Alyson Duffin of Bellmawr (08031) with... Read more →


Two Brothers from New Jersey Charged with Murder of Man Found Dead in Richland Township

JUNE 17, 2021 District Attorney Matt Weintraub announced Thursday, June 17, 2021, that two New Jersey brothers will be charged with killing a man found dead in Richland Township. Anthony Gamble, 19, and Joshua Gamble, 17, both of Somerset, N.J., will be charged with criminal homicide, criminal conspiracy, possession of an instrument of crime and... Read more →


Homicide in Bucks County, More Info Coming

(BUCKS COUNTY, PA)(June 17, 2021)--Bucks County Detectives, Richland Township Police and Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a homicide of a male that occurred over night in the 500 Block of East Pumping Station Road in Richland Township. Detectives are interviewing individuals found in the area about their involvement with this incident. This is an ongoing... Read more →


New Study Reveals Covid Can Invade Testis Tissue

Newswise — COVID-19 can invade testis tissue in some men who are infected with the virus, according to a new study by University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers published in The World Journal of Men's Health. These findings could be the first step in discovering COVID-19’s potential impact on male fertility and whether... Read more →


NRA-ILA: Biden's Plan to Confiscate Your Guns

source NRA-ILA Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files In May, Attorney General Merrick Garland told lawmakers that the Department of Justice’s civil rights work was “critical to protecting the American dream.” Since then DOJ has made clear that Garland’s selective definition of “civil rights” has no room for the Second Amendment or even basic due process under the... Read more →


Families Need to Practice Water Safety

Newswise — Summer 2021 will be the first time many people venture back in the water following the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent study by Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago underscored the need for families to practice water safety and teach children about safety around pools and at... Read more →


Cape May Councilman Arrested for Alleged Cyber Harassment of Former Girlfriend

CAPE MAY, NJ (JUNE 16, 2021)-- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland and Chief Paul Skill, of the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, announced the arrest today of Christopher Bezaire, 43, of Cape May for alleged cyber harassment of his former girlfriend. Bezaire, is a realtor and councilman in Cape May. The prosecutor's office said... Read more →


ROWAN ALUM JESSE NOVAK ’17 COMPETES IN 100 METER FREESTYLE

AT USA SWIMMING OLYMPIC TRIALS OMAHA, NE – Rowan alum Jesse Novak ’17 competed in the 100 meter freestyle at the USA Swimming Olympic Trials at the Chi Health Center on June 16. Novak finished 38th overall with a time of 50.01 in heat seven of the eight prelim heats in wave II of the... Read more →


Rutgers–Camden rising senior earns National Science Foundation research experience

TO THE POINT: CAMDEN CITY– Truth be told, recalls Aliyah Jones, it all started with a bout of procrastination. The rising Rutgers University–Camden senior was browsing her emails, trying to do anything other than start her work, when she spotted an email from one of her professors touting a National Science Foundation research experience for... Read more →


WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE IN CHOOSING A FOREX BROKER?

When investing in financial markets, we are concerned with a few things. The differences between brokers can shape our investing efficiency, costs, the markets we’re investing in, and the opportunities present. This article will take a look at what to look out for when deciding between forex brokers; the differences between them that we need... Read more →


TCNJ Art Professor Selected to Co-Lead Author Global Art History Survey Textbook

Why a Leading NJ Arts School Professor Has Been Selected as an Author for Historic Global Art Textbook EWING, NJ June 15, 2021 – Professor of Art History in the School of the Arts and Communication at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) Dr. Deborah Hutton has been selected to co-lead author the first global... Read more →


New Jersey Proposed Law Would Benefit Public Employee Unions

by Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor Jun 14, 2021 (The Center Square) – The New Jersey Senate Labor Committee has advanced legislation that proponents say will strengthen unions, but a right-to-work organization believes the measure doubles down on “coercive tactics” to force public workers to join the union. S-3810, the “Responsible Collective Negotiations... Read more →


Op-Ed: Death Penalty Bedevils Biden

By Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor June 15, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Biden's stance on the death penalty: In 1994, Sen. Joe Biden signed a crime bill that added dozens of additional offenses to the list of crimes punishable by death. Two years ago, while campaigning for president in New... Read more →


*Gloucester City: 6 Months ‘til St. Patrick’s Day Parade

6 Months ‘til St. Patrick’s Parade - SEPTEMBER 19, 2021, 1:00 PM Celebrate Irish Culture at Gloucester City's 6th Annual Community Entertainment Event hosted by Celebrity Parade Marshal Bob Kelly, everyone's favorite traffic guy from TV and radio, as well as top entertainment including String Bands, Bagpipes, Irish Dancers, Irish Music, and outstanding Community Organizations.... Read more →


Culture Features of Gay Dating According to the Country

In case you live in a small town, LBGT dating options can seem virtually non-existent. Of course, that’s not always the case, but often one will have to look far beyond the confines of their hometown if they want to have the best chance at finding true love. How can you go beyond the borders... Read more →


CNBNews Pet Tips: Dog Breeding for Domestic Purposes

Peyton Cleary as a puppy The biggest problem that one faces in big cities is maintaining the security of home. Burglary and theft are relevant these days and it’s absolutely necessary to make some safety arrangements for their home against such cases. Hence having a puppy at home serves the dual purpose of securing the... Read more →


What is Credit Repair and How It Works

In recent years, the credit repair industry in the United States has been growing. Providers help millions of consumers every year. They liaise with bureaus, lenders, and collectors to correct unfair credit scores. These services save time and spare customers the hassle of DIY repair. So, what credit scores are wrong? Both FICO and VantageScore... Read more →


Philadelphia Happenings & Events

Tweet Forward to a Friend Rothman Roller Rink The Rothman Roller Rink offers daily outdoor roller skating at Dilworth Park. Hour-long sessions are available Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m.-8:45 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m.-11:15 p.m. Admission is $8 for children 10 and younger, and $10 for adults; roller skate rental... Read more →


How Much will Alzheimer's Increase in Your State?

The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the first new treatment for Alzheimer's disease in about 20 years. Currently available Alzheimer's drugs treat the disease's symptoms. The newly-approved medicine, called Aduhelm, is the first to attack a substance that could be associated with the underlying causes of the disease -- a toxic and sticky... Read more →


How Technology is Likely to Impact Online Gambling in the Future?

Having witnessed the technological advancement of the gambling sector in the past few years, it is not difficult to conclude that this massive advancement will also affect the gambling sector profoundly, in the years to come. The world had already witnessed the change from visiting gambling or bookkeeping stores to placing bets right from the... Read more →


Poverty Level: the United States vs Africa

According to the dictionary, poverty means “the state of being extremely poor”. However, when most people think of poverty the visuals of a struggling African family or malnourished children come to mind. While both of these visuals hold serious stakes in reality, the poverty epidemic runs much closer to home than most Americans realize. Poverty... Read more →


NCAA: Here’s What You Can Expect

The 2021 NCAA men’s tournament had one final trick up its sleeve for the last game of the Elite Eight. After the popular Houston, Gonzaga, and Baylor got their tickets to the Final Four, UCLA brought forward another shocking upset to become the fifth No.11 seed to appear in the national semi-finals in the tournament... Read more →