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FanDuel Sportsbook Opens at Bally's Atlantic City Hotel & Casino

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. /PRNewswire/ -- In March, FanDuel Group and Bally's Corporation (NYSE: BALY) held the grand opening of their FanDuel Sportsbook inside Bally's Atlantic City Hotel & Casino in New Jersey. (PRNewsfoto/FanDuel Group,Bally's Corporation) The FanDuel Sportsbook at Bally's Atlantic City is conveniently located by the Northern boardwalk casino entrance and as customers enter, they will be greeted by two large video walls and multiple betting kiosks. The inside of the sportsbook features a central 25-foot-wide state-of-the-art LED video wall, flanked by two 10-foot-wide LED video walls on either side and 10 video displays so fans will never miss out on the action. Fans can place sports wagers at five betting windows or use one of twenty IGT PlaySports self-serve betting kiosks. FanDuel will... Read more →

Register for Assateague Living Shoreline Project Webinar

The public is invited to learn about the Assateague Living Shoreline Project by attending a free webinarat 1 p.m., Wednesday, April 21. The event is hosted by the Delaware Living Shorelines Committee through the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Wetland Monitoring and Assessment Program and the Delaware Coastal Training Program. This webinar is part of an ongoing virtual series since May 2020 and is offered free of charge. For more information, visit delawarelivingshorelines.org. Registration and information is also available on the DNREC events calendar. The Assateague Living Shoreline Project was conceived as an opportunity to implement a dynamic living shoreline in a high-energy environment to address erosion, enhance habitat, and provide user-friendly access to the shallow waters of Sinepuxent Bay, an inland... Read more →

Maryland Anglers Catching Trout, Yellow Perch, Shad, Walleye, Northern Snakehead, Blue Catfish

Maryland Fishing Report – April 7 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist Angler Kate Morrison holds an invasive blue catfish she caught on the Nanticoke River — and destined for the dinner table. Photo by Sean Morrison April offers many fishing opportunities to anglers, ranging from trout to invasive species such as northern snakeheads and blue catfish. A reminder to anglers that all fishing for striped bass, including catch-and-release, is prohibited in the Chesapeake Bay or any of its tidal rivers — except the main stem of the Potomac River — for the month of April. The main stem of the bay will open to striped bass fishing on May 1 south of the Brewerton Channel. Forecast Summary: April 7 –... Read more →

Ocean City Police Sgt. Tyrone Rolls Charged with Sexual Assault of a Juvenile

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (April 7, 2021)-- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief Paul Skill of the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced the arrest of 50-year old Tyrone Rolls, a resident of Marmora, New Jersey for sexual assault charges. Rolls is currently employed by the Ocean City Police Department as a Police Sergeant. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files On April 7, 2021, Tyrone Rolls turned himself into the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office where he was charged with one count of Aggravated Sexual Assault, a crime of the first degree; one count of Sexual Assault, a crime of the second degree; two separate counts of Official Misconduct, crimes of the second degree; one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child,... Read more →

Free Trees Available for Atlantic City Electric Customers

Atlantic City Electric is giving away nearly 1,000 trees to residential customers through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Energy-Saving Trees program. For the 10th year in a row, this Earth-friendly and environmentally focused initiative can help you reduce your energy use and save money. Beginning today, you can reserve one free tree per household by visiting arborday.org/ace. You can choose from several species, including Bald Cypress, River Birch, Serviceberry and Sweetgum. Your one-gallon tree will arrive at your home via mail by the end of May. Woolwich Township resident, Jessica Gilbert, included her whole family in planting her free Energy-Saving Tree in 2020. “My family enjoyed planting our 2020 tree together,” said Gilbert. “My children had fun picking the right spot with the locator tool, digging,... Read more →

Preliminary Investigation Into Death of 3-year-old Shows No Signs of Foul Play

Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief William Priole of the Lower Township Police Department announces the ongoing death investigation of a 3-year-old female in the Erma section of Lower Township. At 9:27 pm on the night of April 3, 2021, the Lower Township Police Department received a 911 call for medical assistance and responded to Sun Outdoors Campground located in the 600 block of Route 9 in Erma. Upon arrival, Officers found an unresponsive 3-year-old female who had been pulled out of a sewage septic tank after accidentally falling in. The female was immediately transported to the Cape Regional Medical Center where she was pronounced dead later that evening. Detectives from the Cape May County... Read more →

Chapter VIII:

Peyton and Me Meandering Through Gloucester City, Port Royal, VA., and Hilton Head Island, SC

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews IT ONLY COST $1.3 MILLION !--Construction work on Gloucester High School football field and running track is continuing. The plans call for a synthetic Astro-type material to be placed over the dirt field that has been used for football since the school opened in 1961. This past December the school board voted to approve the million dollars plus project. ++++ GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL--The top photo above a contractor is seeding the field behind the football stadium last week. Once the seed was down the workers laid straw over it to keep the birds, geese, and deer from eating it. The electronic sign near the entrance to the high school was upgraded with a brick cement pedestal recently. (click to... Read more →

CNB Hunting and Fishing News for New Jersey

Supporting Oyster Aquaculture and Restoration Resiliency Fund; Proposals Being Sought On March 29, 2021, The Nature Conservancy and Pew Charitable Trusts’ Supporting Oyster Aquaculture and Restoration (SOAR) program issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the $1 million Shellfish Growers Resiliency Fund (Fund). The Fund aims to pave the way for a more resilient and sustainable U.S. shellfish industry that benefits the ocean and the communities which rely upon it. Funding will be open to applicants in the United States and will be distributed equitably among the West Coast (including Hawaii and Alaska), East Coast, and the Gulf of Mexico. The Fund is currently accepting applications for small and large awards. The small award will fund one-year projects (up to $20,000) and will target shellfish... Read more →

Mr. Biden Used Loophole to Avoid Paying $500,000 in Payroll Taxes

Congressman, Americans for Tax Reform call on Biden to explain $500,000 in unpaid taxes By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., sent a letter to President Joe Biden this week asking him to explain why he reportedly used a tax loophole to avoid paying $500,000 in payroll taxes. In a letter written this week, Banks, who serves as Republican Study Committee chairman, asked Biden, “Do you intend to undo your hypocrisy and pay these funds back to the American people?” Banks said that $13 million worth of income redirected into two S-corporations enabled Biden to avoid paying personal income taxes by directing revenue from book royalties and speaking appearances and not paying self-employment payroll tax liabilities... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: April Promotions at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena Bob Saget, Saturday, April 17, at 7 and 10 p.m. Vic DiBitetto, Friday, April 23 at 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 24 at 7 p.m. Tickets for all shows are available at www.HardRockHotelAtlanticCity.com, www.Ticketmaster.com and 800-745-3000. Live Entertainment Work Hard, Play Hard Rock, Mondays from 6:30 to 8 p.m.- Guests can enjoy live music trivia on Mondays in the Lobby Bar. This music-themed trivia event will award $1,000 in prizes to winners and will feature three rounds of ten questions, with a final round bonus question. Motor City Live: The Classic Hits of Motown- Produced by Allen Valentine, this romantic series will feature Motown renditions of timeless love songs such as “Reach Out (I’ll Be There),” “This Old Heart... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: Trout Anglers Enjoyed Opening Day of the Season

by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist. March 31, 2021 Gracie Ray is all smiles as she holds up one of the larger rainbow trout that are stocked. Photo courtesy of Gracie Ray Put-and-take trout anglers had a wonderful opening day, the weather cooperated, and there was plenty of room for anglers to spread out and enjoy a day of fishing with family and friends. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has issued the 2021 regulations for recreational striped bass fishing in the Chesapeake Bay, available on the DNR website. Striped bass regulation maps — showing the bay’s regions and their open and close dates — can also be found on the department website. Forecast Summary: March 31 – April 6: April... Read more →

CNB Fishing/Hunting New Jersey: Official Trout Seasons Opens Saturday, April 10

Pre-Season Catch-and-Release Runs April 1 through April 9 TRENTON – More than a half-million freshly stocked rainbow trout will be available when anglers cast their lines in New Jersey waters this April, Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Shawn LaTourette announced today. The official Trout season kicks off at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 10, offering an excellent opportunity to spend quality time outdoors while enjoying some of the best trout fishing on the East Coast. In the Murphy Administration’s continuing efforts to promote social distancing and reduce the spread of COVID-19, DEP’s Division of Fish & Wildlife implemented an accelerated trout stocking schedule that will enable fish and anglers to spread out in advance of opening day. To further ensure good public health measures,... Read more →

Key Reasons Why People Gamble at Virtual Casinos

From ancient times, people were looking for ways to entertain themselves. There were no movies, team games like football, or social networks, so people spent their leisure time playing gambling games. It all started with dice, horse racing, and fighting, and evolved to what we now call online casinos. What are the reasons for people's love? What motivates them to gamble? Let’s find out. Why People Gamble? Many experts agree that love for gambling is determined by human nature. Having experienced good luck at least once, many people are so excited that they want to feel it once again. So, they start looking for the best online casino in New Zealand, which can serve as a platform for their trials. However, there are also some... Read more →

New Jersey American Water to Purchase Egg Harbor City Water/Sewer System for $21.8M

Acquisition Will Add 3,000 New Customer Connections CAMDEN, N.J. (March 29, 2021) – New Jersey American Water announced today it has signed an agreement to acquire the water and wastewater assets of Egg Harbor City, N.J. for $21.8 million. The municipally owned water and wastewater systems serve approximately 1,500 customer connections each, or 3,000 combined, and are being sold through the state’s Water Infrastructure Protection Act process. New Jersey American Water anticipates completing the acquisition in the second half of 2021, following approval from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. “We look forward to providing the residents of Egg Harbor City with reliable water and wastewater services, as we do for over 192 municipalities across the... Read more →

North Wildwood Man Charged with Attempted Human Trafficking of a Child and other Charges

WOODBURY, NJ (March 30, 2021)--Gloucester County Acting Prosecutor Christine A. Hoffman announces that Robert C. Reinhart (DOB 10/03/1968) of North Wildwood, NJ, was arrested on March 29, 2021, and charged with one count of Attempted Human Trafficking of a Child (1st Degree), Luring of a Child (2nd Degree), and Attempted Sexual Assault (2nd Degree). In January 2021, Reinhart contacted an undercover investigator with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office via text message. The undercover investigator was posing as an adult sister with access to her 14-year-old younger sister. During the chat, Reinhart requested to pay $300 to engage in sexual acts with the 14-year-old child in Gloucester County, NJ. Reinhart continued to chat with the undercover investigator for the next month. In March 2021, Reinhart attempted... Read more →

Julia J Shamis of Atlantic City, has successful residency match

at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine SCRANTON, PA (03/23/2021)-- Julia J Shamis of Atlantic City, along with other medical students at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (Geisinger Commonwealth) learned their residency placements during the National Resident Matching Program's "Match Day," an event at which all fourth-year M.D. students around the country simultaneously open their envelopes to learn where they will spend the next three to seven years training in specialties. Residencies typically begin July 1. Shamis matched into Emergency Medicine at CMSRU/Cooper University Hospital. Gloucestercitynews.net files "We are proud of the success of our Class of 2021," said Steven J. Scheinman, M.D., president and dean of Geisinger Commonwealth and executive vice president, Geisinger. "Once again, our students matched into excellent local residency programs, as well... Read more →

CNB Fishing News MD: Saturday Marks the Opening of the Spring Trout Season

by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist. March 24, 2021 Photo by Tom Marble To anglers and hunters, a traditional opening day can be described as Christmas and your birthday rolled into one. This Saturday, March 27, marks what many consider the opening of the spring trout season in Maryland. The trout hatchery and stocking program has worked hard under some tough conditions to bring the public the best trout possible so don’t miss the fun this weekend and for the next couple of months. This is a wonderful way for families and our younger anglers to enjoy fishing. Forecast Summary: March 24 – 30: With a string of warm March days, Chesapeake Bay waters will continue to slowly warm up for... Read more →

*Down The Shore: Avalon Happenings

Avalon Lions Club Teeing Up 12th Annual Golf Tournament June 27th The Avalon Lions Club has a June 27th, 2021 target date for their biggest fundraiser of the year. The planning and preparation for the 12th annual day of golf at the Avalon Golf Club is already underway. The day will include a barbecue lunch and dinner along with live and silent auctions, and prizes.The outing benefits the Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children and more than a dozen Cape May County charities. Always a sellout, the Lions are anticipating another successful event this year. For more information, contact the Avalon Lions Club on their website: avalonlions.com Wetlands Institute Native Plant Sale–Place Your Orders by May 7th! April, 2021 Activities at the Avalon... Read more →

*Down The Shore: April's Activities at the Avalon Free Public Library/History Center

AVALON, N.J. – The Avalon Free Public Library and the Avalon History Center remain open with limited services, and continue with virtual programming through April via video conferencing and digital links. Library and History Center operating hours are listed below. Visits to both facilities will be limited to 20 minutes, masks are required to enter and there will be a limited occupancy to support social distancing. In addition to browsing for materials, patrons will also have access to public computers, scan/fax and copier service for sessions limited to 15 minutes. Below please find highlighted programming through April. Participants can register ahead of time to receive the event link. A full calendar of events can be found at www.avalonfreelibrary.org. Avalon Free Public Library – Operating Hours... Read more →

Down The Shore: Bulkheads Repair in Avalon

The Borough of Avalon will be replacing two complete bulkheads, and fixing a small section of a third bulkhead in March-April, 2021. The project was authorized by Avalon Borough Council and will be conducted by Channel Marine. The municipal bulkheads at 22nd and 26th streets will be replaced; a small section of the bulkhead at 80th Street will be repaired. Here is the estimated construction schedule provided by the contractor: 22nd Street Bulkhead: Begin work 3/10/21; Estimated completion 3/24/21 26th Street Bulkhead: Begin work 3/31/21; Estimated completion 4/21/21 80th Street Bulkhead: Begin work 4/22/21; Estimated completion 4/28/21 Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: Avalon Garden Club Yard Sale, Paper Shredding, Bike Auction, Plant Sale

May 8th: The Avalon Garden Club will hold its annual community-wide yard sale on Saturday, May 8th. The Club is asking all participants to socially distance when you visit individual properties, and follow all Covid-19 guidelines. Here is an announcement regarding new procedures regarding the Yard Sale: Yard-Sale-Participant-Information And, you can visit the Garden Club’s website for additional information at https://avalongardenclub.org/event/town-wide-yard-sale/ Additionally, the Borough of Avalon will be holding the annual Community Paper Shredding Day on Saturday, May 8th, starting at 9:00am at the Avalon Department of Public Works, 15th Street and Dune Drive. The Avalon Police Department will be holding its bicycle auction on Saturday, May 8th at 12 Noon, also at Public Works. The Avalon Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual Plant... Read more →

A Guide to Last Minute Vacations

Do you want to squeeze in a quick vacation at the end of the season? The truth is, there is still enough time for you to do so without going over budget. Be sure to check out these tips and tricks to reduce your expenses while booking an amazing last-minute winter vacation. Be Flexible About Where You Want To Go When you're searching for the best winter getaway deal, you should ideally have a wish list of the destinations you're interested in. If you only have one particular destination in mind, this can cause you to pay a premium. In the event that you really want to go to a particular place then you should look at various other cheaper cities that are near to... Read more →

Attention Delaware Residents, Earth Day Video Contest; Deadline Monday, April 12

With Earth Day exactly one month away, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is launching a video contest to educate and engage youth about the importance of environmental protection and inspire them to be part of the solution to address climate change. The global theme for Earth Day 2021, Restore the Earth, brings hope that all people can come together to heal the planet. The contest invites Delaware students to produce and submit a 30-second video to answer the question, “What should we be doing to protect and restore our Earth?” “Earth Day has inspired environmental activism for two generations, and today’s youth are growing up in a world where we have a much better understanding of the impact our actions have... Read more →

Republicans Enlivened by GOP Convention

ATLANTIC CITY NJ (March 22, 2021)--Atlantic County Republican Committee Chairman Keith Davis said he feels enlivened by Saturday’s GOP convention and what it portends for this year’s election. Although he urged attorney Seth Grossman to abort his run for state senate in the 2nd District, he said engineer Vince Polistina is well positioned to defeat Grossman, in the event the latter tris to make it a race. Held in-part in-person at the Scullville Fire Department in Egg Harbor Township and part virtually, the party convention resulted in the committee formally endorsing Joe Giralo for County Clerk, Maureen Kern, Frank X. Balles and Jim Bertino for County Commissioner. “We are grateful and humbled by this endorsement and the overwhelming support shown by the Atlantic County Republican... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: Headliner Entertainment Returns To Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

from l. to r. Saget, DiBitetto, and Santino Comedian Bob Saget At Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena Saturday, April 17, at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Comedian Vic DiBitetto At Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena Friday, April 23 at 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 24 at 7 p.m. Comedian Andrew Santino At Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena Sunday, May 30, at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Atlantic City, N.J. (March 22, 2021) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City welcomes the return of headliner entertainment to Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena with comedian Bob Saget performing Saturday, April 17, at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.; comedian Vic DiBitetto on Friday, April 23, at 9 p.m. and Saturday, April 24, at... Read more →

NJ-based iGaming Revenues Break $100m Barrier in January

iGaming is starting to generate nine-figure revenues for New Jersey’s state coffers (image source: piqsels.com) Monthly iGaming revenues in New Jersey set a new record in January 2021, breaking the $100 million barriers for the first time ever. The combination of its regulated online casinos and online poker rooms generated $103.77 million in revenue, the first time that the state has raked in nine-figure iGaming volumes. It’s fair to say that it has been coming, as the NJ iGaming market was showing real signs of promise at the back end of last year. In December 2020, the festive period came within $550,000 of hitting the $100 million mark. Nevertheless, January’s figure is a landmark moment and one which demonstrates the huge strides that New Jersey’s... Read more →

CARES Act Funds Available for Fishery-Related Businesses

Application Period Will Be Open from March 22 Through May 5 Saltwater fishery-related businesses that suffered severe revenue declines in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic can apply to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control for financial relief from March 22 through May 5, 2021. Delaware was awarded $992,013 in federal CARES Act funds to provide financial relief to eligible fishery-related businesses that experienced greater than 35% decline in net revenue during the March 1 through Dec. 31, 2020 COVID-19 impact period, compared to their historic average revenue. Delaware saltwater fishery-related businesses eligible to apply for CARES Act funds are: Commercial fishing Shellfish aquaculture For-hire recreational fishing (includes charter and head boats) Bait and tackle shops (revenue must come from the sale... Read more →


SOURCE: #Wildwood #WildwoodNewJersey WILDWOOD, NJ (MARCH 21, 2021)--Since that last video so many more projects popped up around the island! Today we will view more of those projects and check out some of the new ones. The Wildwoods projects include - The Seawall Repair - The Hereford Inlet Lighthouse Grounds Project - Oceanside Suites - Surf Motel/Condo - Beach Replenishment - The Residences On Pacific - St Anne's (Turning Into Condos) - The View Condo/Motel - The Crest Living Room - Sunrise Park Facelift - The Singapore Condos - The Ocean Holiday / Mahalo Renovation - ICONA Diamond Beach Renovation - Sinclair Gas Station And More! Video SOURCE click the link https://youtu.be/Rq78MhqHxlo​ RELATED: DOWN THE SHORE Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Volunteers Needed for the Shad Angler Survey

by Fisheries Biologist Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources Maryland Fishing Report – March 17 The picture reveals why the brook trout is one of the most beautiful trout species. Photo by Ryan Cooper The brook trout is Maryland’s only native trout and because it demands cool, clear water its range has been greatly impacted by environmental changes, natural and manmade. It is now mostly found in the most pristine waters of western Maryland. Fishing for brook trout is restricted to catch and release only and fishing tackle is often limited. A reminder to shad anglers that are looking forward to the upcoming spring run – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is recruiting participants for the shad volunteer angler survey. This brief online... Read more →

Attention Boaters: Coast Guard Is Requiring Use of Engine Cut-Off Switches

WASHINGTON -- Operators of recreational vessels less than 26 feet in length will be required to use an engine cut-off switch (ECOS) and associated ECOS link (ECOSL) as of April 1, 2021, as the U.S. Coast Guard implements a law passed by Congress. The ECOS and ECOSL prevent runaway vessels and the threats they pose. The ECOSL attaches the vessel operator to a switch that shuts off the engine if the operator is displaced from the helm. The ECOSL is usually a lanyard-style cord that attaches to an ECOS either in close proximity to the helm or on the outboard motor itself if the vessel is operated by a tiller. When enough tension is applied, the ECOSL disengages from the ECOS and the motor is... Read more →


Gloucester City in the Top 30 with the Highest; Brooklawn in the Top 30 with the Lowest

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The Top 30 Communities in New Jersey with the Highest Property Taxes Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files NJ Advance Media released an article recently regarding the 30 communities in the state of New Jersey with the highest property tax rate. Keep in mind that there are 565 towns/cities in the entire state. So to be listed in the top 30, in this case, is not something to brag about. Residents living in any of those 30 communities should call their mayor and city council/commissioners and demand they explain why they are paying more in taxes than 500 plus other communities in this state. Ask why other communities can function with less money? Ask when was the last time your taxes didn't... Read more →

Is The Cruise Industry Trying To Recover From The Hit Of The Pandemic?

The Covid - 19 pandemic had swept across the united states and the world; it had affected every industry and business sector, including the cruise ship industry. The television and print media were littered with written stories and videos about the cruise ship industry quarantined at sea with its passengers and crew who could not return to the port and return home. The year 2020 brought the cruise industry to a complete halt. The business of the cruise was booming for years with more passengers, increasingly newer and bigger liners. After the hit of covid - 19, most of the estimated 400 cruise liners worldwide were lying at anchors. As the pandemic's full scope came into version and now toward the end, the cruise ship... Read more →

Harley The Popular Clydesdale at Lawton Stables Succumbs to Colic/Lipoma; He was 18-Years-Old

UPDATED/ March 21, 2021 Fans of Harley would stop every day to feed him snacks, such as apples and carrots. We asked Lawton Stables if Harley had been sick since January with colic why wasn't he placed in isolation until he was well. And, because of being sick why didn't they stop the public from giving him his daily treats. Too many apples for example, according to equinespot.com can cause serious stomach problems in a horse. A spokesperson for Lawton Stables said "Harley did have a mild episode of colic back in January that completely resolved with supportive fluid therapy and medication. Colic is a very acute illness and the recent episode that took his life wasn’t directly related to the first. A horse cannot... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Forest Fire in Lakewood and Brick - Warning that Things Will Get Worse

Megan Steele | NJ Sierra Club A brush fire that broke out Sunday afternoon in Lakewood, NJ grew into a major forest fire by Sunday evening. The fire had damaged 30 homes and buildings and forced the Garden State Parkway to temporarily close from Exit 82 to Exit 91. As of Monday morning, Route 70 to the Garden State Parkway was still closed. The fire had spread to 170 acres. One firefighter has been reported as critically injured. “Our thoughts go out to those who have been injured or whose homes have been damaged from the fire. Although the fire started small, it has grown over 170 acres and at least one firefighter is critically injured. Unfortunately, climate impacts and the environmental impacts from overdevelopment... Read more →

Utilities Companies in New Jersey Hold Virtual Summit

Virtual Summit Provides Community Partners with Assistance Resources to Support New Jersey Energy Customers MAYS LANDING, N.J. (March 15, 2021) – In a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has placed economic burdens on many residents and businesses across the region, Atlantic City Electric, South Jersey Gas and Elizabethtown Gas joined together to host a virtual energy assistance summit. The event provided a forum for nonprofits and other community partners to hear directly from state and industry leaders and energy assistance experts about available resources to support New Jersey energy customers with their bills. The collaborative summit delivered needed information to organizations that work to connect local residents facing hardships with energy assistance options. In addition to learning more about energy assistance programs such as the... Read more →

Guide for safe gambling in Thailand

Among all the other things that Thailand is famous for, gambling is one of them. All the gambling activities take place in the underground. Thus, it is predicted to be unsafe for the locals and the tourists who visit here. It is advised for the tourists not to indulge in gambling at all. Even then, if one is hell-bent on playing a bet in Thailand's casinos, they should be well aware of all the rules and regulations. There are a few rules and regulations to be kept in mind to have a relatively safe bet. Why shouldn't you play offline casinos? It is unsafe to play in Thailand's offline land casinos as gambling is illegal under the Gambling Act. B.E., 2478. Apart from the national... Read more →

National Weather Service Issues Red Flag Warning until 5 PM Monday

Advisory: The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Red Flag Warning. It is in effect from 8:00 AM this morning until 5:00 PM Monday. * AFFECTED AREAS...Berks County, the Lehigh Valley and southeastern Pennsylvania. Also, most of New Jersey, all of Delaware, and parts of eastern Maryland. * TIMING...Through late Monday afternoon. * WINDS...Northwest increasing to 20 to 25 mph with gusts around 35 to 40 mph for this afternoon and evening. Northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts around 20 mph from late tonight into Monday. * RELATIVE HUMIDITY...Dropping to around 20 percent this afternoon, recovering only to 35 to 40 percent late tonight, then falling back to 15 to 20 percent on Monday. * TEMPERATURES...High mainly in the 50s today... Read more →

CONSUMER ALERT: Zebra Mussels Found in Moss Balls

The NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife is joining fish and wildlife agencies nationwide to alert consumers about aquarium products that may be infested with invasive Zebra Mussels that have been found in "moss balls,” an aquarium plant product sold at aquarium and pet supply stores. Zebra mussels are regarded as one of the most destructive invasive species in North America. Zebra mussels can quickly take over once they get established in a waterbody and cause significant damage including disrupting the food chain, changing the chemistry of the water, clogging water intake and delivery systems and damaging boats. Several major pet product retailers, including Petco and PetSmart, have proactively removed these products from their shelves. The Division urges anyone who has purchased a moss ball... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Delaware: Upstate Stream Trout Season to Open Early

Anglers Encouraged to Practice Social Distancing; Trout Streams Closed to All Fishing from March 14 Until Opening Delaware’s 2021 upstate stream trout season will open early to minimize opening day crowds and accommodate responsible outdoor recreation during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) period. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control encourages anglers to practice social distancing while fishing, which is currently six feet from other individuals, approximately the length of some fishing rods. Plans are subject to change based on health and safety considerations, and any further restrictions or changes to the season will be announced. Trout fishing will be allowed for only youth anglers under age 16 on Sunday, March 28, followed by the opening of the regular trout season for all anglers... Read more →

John Ricca, of Maple Shade, formerly of Atlantic City

Maple Shade - On February 25, 2021. Age 67. Formerly of Atlantic City, NJ. Burial will be private at Waterford Memorial Park, Waterford Works, NJ. There will be no visitation or service. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: Gloucester City Ph: 856-456-1142 www.mccannhealey.com Read more →

The Pros And Cons of Playing Poker In An Online Casino

Introduction A casino is a modern version of a gambling house. A casino makes space available to the customers to enjoy various gambling activities. Gambling, in general, is the activity of placing money or something valuable as a bet on the outcome of an event. The events in gambling are the games the results of which depend on the chance. You can enjoy gambling activities like card games, roulette, baccarat, blackjack, and many more, in casinos. The casinos are now an integral part of many luxury hotels and clubhouses. Nowadays, a new version of casinos - Online Casino- has surpassed all types of betting spaces. Online Casino Online casino is a product of the advancement of computer technology and the advent of the internet. Online... Read more →

Drive-Thru COVID Testing at AC Airport

Egg Harbor Township, NJ – March 10, 2021 — Drive-thru COVID-19 testing is now available at the Atlantic City International Airport (ACY). In partnership with 15 Minute Response, the testing site is conveniently located in the Airport’s Overflow Parking lot. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday (7:30 AM to 5 PM) and Saturdays (10 AM to 2 PM). Testing is open to the public with no appointment necessary. Customers will have access to FDA approved Antigen (“Rapid”) and Molecular PCR testing with results in under 15 minutes and 36-48 hours, respectively. Results are reviewed by a CLIA certified laboratory and securely delivered to the customer’s smartphone via push notification. Current pricing is $85 for the Antigen test and $155 for the PCR test. Visit... Read more →

Attention Boaters: New Law Requires Engine Cut-off Switches on Vessels less than 26 Feet

U.S. Coast Guard Announces WASHINGTON - Operators of recreational vessels less than 26 feet in length will be required to use an engine cut-off switch (ECOS) and associated ECOS link (ECOSL) as of April 1, 2021, as the U.S. Coast Guard implements a law passed by Congress. The ECOS and ECOSL prevent runaway vessels and the threats they pose. The ECOSL attaches the vessel operator to a switch that shuts off the engine if the operator is displaced from the helm. The ECOSL is usually a lanyard-style cord that attaches to an ECOS either in close proximity to the helm or on the outboard motor itself if the vessel is operated by a tiller. When enough tension is applied, the ECOSL disengages from the ECOS... Read more →

Burlington County Mega-Site Introduces Sensory Rooms for Vaccine Recipients with Special Needs

(MARLTON, N.J.) After a year spent mostly at home with limited in-person social interaction, a visit to a bustling, unfamiliar vaccine clinic can be a bit overwhelming, especially for those with special needs. In response, organizers of the Burlington County COVID-19 Vaccine Mega-Site created sensory rooms for individuals with autism, dementia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other conditions. The goal is to ensure a stress-free experience for both special guests and the people who care for them. “Just as we have wheelchairs available for those with physical limitations, we felt it important to create a welcoming environment that considers the needs of individuals who are easily overstimulated by bright, busy spaces,” said Phyllis Worrell, emergency preparedness coordinator for Virtua Health. The sensory rooms are conveniently located,... Read more →


TRENTON – Active forest fire prevention protects lives, property, and the health of New Jersey’s forests and natural resources. To reduce dense undergrowth and other forest debris that have the potential to fuel wildfires this spring, the Department of Environmental Protection’s Forest Fire Service is conducting prescribed burns throughout the state, Acting Commissioner Shawn LaTourette announced. During prescribed burns, trained Forest Fire Service personnel use handheld torches to set smaller fires to burn away fallen leaves and branches, pine needles and other vegetation on the forest floor. As New Jersey’s climate continues to change, forest maintenance, including prescribed burning, takes on even greater importance. New Jersey’s changing climate increases the risk for more frequent and larger wildfires due to longer, hotter periods of dry weather,... Read more →


Egg Harbor Township, NJ – March 04, 2021 — Spirit Airlines plans to invest in its Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) base with an extension of service to West Palm Beach, Fla., and a return of service to Atlanta, Ga. ACY Airport Director, Tim Kroll, expressed his enthusiasm saying, “Spirit Airlines continues to be a great partner at ACY and their commitment to not only the airport, but to the entire region is appreciated as we all work together in this recovery.” Traditionally operating with winter seasonal non-stop flights, Spirit’s West Palm Beach service, originally scheduled to end in April, will now be extended through at least the summer. Spirit’s Atlanta nonstop flights return with their summer seasonal service beginning Wednesday, April 14 after needing... Read more →

NEW JERSEY POLITICS: Support Continues to Build Behind Kurtz for Assembly

Atlantic City, NJ (March 4, 2021)--– Second District Assembly candidate Jesse Kurtz, today announced additional endorsements from across the Second District. The impressive list of elected officials and Republican leaders cited Jesse’s conservative values and his proven leadership in Atlantic City. Northfield Mayor Erland Chau endorsed Kurtz saying, “he is a trusted conservative voice that has demonstrated his commitment to public service as the only Republican on the governing body in Atlantic City.” Kurtz is a two-term Republican Councilman in Atlantic City and the organizer of the annual “Leadership Breakfast,” a statewide summit for young leaders. His tireless work on behalf of Republican candidates throughout South Jersey has helped grow the party and elect new Republican leaders. Fernando Fernandez, Atlantic City Republican Club President lauded... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Surf-Fishing Permits are Sold Out

After Reaching Annual Cap The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today it has reached its cap of 17,000 Delaware Surf-Fishing Permits issued for the calendar year. With the Surf-Fishing Permit cap figure attained, no more surf tag permits will be issued until December. The cap was reached early this year after unprecedented winter sales. The DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation utilized an ongoing outreach effort to communicate that permits were on sale. Previous permit holders were also notified when sales started in December and reminded again today when total sales reached 16,000, at which point the remaining permits available sold out in one hour. In 2019, the Delaware Parks and Recreation Advisory Council established a 17,000 cap on annual Surf-Fishing... Read more →

Tactics that you should Stay Aware of during the Home Buying Process 

Buying a house is a complex task and includes a backstage too. For buyers, gaining knowledge about home buying from the windows of specialized expertise is crucial. With Real estate agents who work in these technical fields alongside you, you can easily stay prepared for the best deal. However, one should remember that there are certain loopholes and elements in the home buying process that an agent might not mention. Below are a few such pointers that one should pay keen attention to. The booming real estate space Many people in the urban area are starting to prefer private homes and country escapes over high-rise buildings. In contrast, people in less populated locations might want to shift to an apartment. Others working from home seek... Read more →