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How To Scrape Product Data From Amazon Without Coding Skills?

Amazon, as everybody knows, is the biggest e-commerce company. It has a variety of products all over the world. You will get a lot of benefits from product data in many ways. These are the benefits of product data for the business: Monitor and compare competing products of the competitors. Get the list of the top-selling products for any category to know the products on-trend. Use product search results information for the optimization of Amazon SEO position, or the marketing campaigns. Use review information for managing reviews, and optimization for products or retailers. How product data can be scraped from... Read more →


Acenda Announces Start of 2021 Backpack Drive

Collecting new backpacks & school supplies through Monday, August 9th GLASSBORO, NJ (July 12, 2021)- Acenda Integrated Health has officially kicked off its annual Backpack Drive to help support students' academic success for the upcoming school year. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with the community to provide much-needed school supplies to send children back to the classroom with confidence. This year's back-to-school season is unlike any other. As restrictions lift and schools begin in-person learning once more, the mental health of students has become a priority. Re-adjusting to social situations after isolation is difficult, but having brand... Read more →


Autum Shingler-Nace Named VP of Operations at Jefferson Health’s Washington Township Campus

Autum Shingler-Nace, DNP, RN, NE-BC, has been promoted to Vice President of Operations at the Jefferson Health Washington Township campus. In this position, Dr. Shingler-Nace will oversee daily operations at the 230-bed acute care hospital during a time of immense growth, as the hospital opens its new Silvestri Tower. In addition, she will have oversight of other key services on the campus, including the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township and the Vickie & Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience. Dr. Shingler-Nace will replace retiring hospital Chief Administrative Officer John Graham. Graham has held senior leadership roles since 1991 at... Read more →


NJ Residents Graduate from Kutztown University

KUTZTOWN, PA (07/12/2021)-- Kutztown University has conferred degrees for more than 1,300 students for the 2021 spring semester. Kutztown University announces degree conferment twice a year, once in the winter and once in the summer. Commencement exercises are held in May and December; however, students finish the requirements for graduation throughout the entire year. The following students have been awarded degrees following the 2021 spring semester. The cumulative grade point average necessary for honors distinction is: with honor (cum laude) 3.40; with high honor (magna cum laude) 3.60 and with highest honor (summa cum laude) 3.80. Students listed multiple times... Read more →


Bucknell Students from NJ Named to Dean's List

LEWISBURG, PA (07/12/2021)-- Bucknell University has released the dean's list for outstanding academic achievement during the spring semester of the 2020-21 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean's list recognition. The following students have achieved dean's list status for spring 2021: Carrie Baeckstrom, class of 2021, from Cherry Hill, NJ Jack Goldberg, class of 2021, from Haddonfield, NJ Samantha Taufer, class of 2021, from Voorhees, NJ Jake Schonwald, class of 2021, from Mount Laurel, NJ Amber Coleman, class of 2021, from Moorestown, NJ Taylor LaRosa,... Read more →


NJ Politics: Polistina Team vows to bring legislative services to Atlantic City

Egg Harbor Township - Former Assemblyman and Senate Candidate Vince Polistina released a statement today, pledging to bring legislative services to Atlantic City. "While Assemblyman Mazzeo and Armato sit in their Northfield office and scheme with the Trenton democrats to take over Atlantic City, we are figuring out ways to better serve the community," said Polistina. "Atlantic City has a variety of residents with multicultural backgrounds, working jobs throughout many different fields, hoping to provide the best for their families and their futures," Polistina said. "These residents deserve the same access to their elected officials as all of the hardworking,... Read more →


CNBNews Entertainment: Essex Horse Trials Set to Begin!

Peter Chesson Memorial Classic Car Show to Take Place on Saturday Far Hills, New Jersey—July 11, 2021— The Essex Horse Trials, one of New Jersey’s most popular events, is set to take place July 17-18 at historic Moorland Farm in Far Hills. The Horse Trials features top eventing horses and riders along with family friendly activities, a spectacular car show and fun demonstrations. It is truly a weekend experience not to be missed! More than 200 horses are expected to compete at the Essex Horse Trials including two-time U.S. National champion and two-time U.S. Olympic team alternate Buck Davidson as... Read more →


Joy Evans, of Westmont, Longtime Sunday School Teacher, Active in County PTA, Collingswood HS Alum

On July 8, 2021, Joy Evans (nee Christensen) of Westmont, NJ. Age 78 years. She is survived by Craig, her husband of 55 years, her son Neil (Rachel), her daughter Claire, her brother Tom (Lora Lou), and her three grandchildren Henry, Jane, and Margaret. Joy was born in San Francisco during World War II. She graduated from Collingswood High School in 1961 and the University of Delaware in 1965. She was a longtime member of First United Methodist Church in Collingswood where she taught Sunday School for 35 years and coordinated a Tuesday Bible class for 20 years. She remained... Read more →


Taking care of your health: the importance of being healthy

There is nothing more important than health: a good or bad quality of life depends on it. Fortunately, today, thanks to medical advances, everyone has access to tests and it is possible to identify an illness before it becomes serious. Companies like Ekuore are working every day to improve diagnostic devices and create new ones, such as the Digital Stethoscope Ekuore, for the evaluation of different diseases. Tests that adapt to new technologies and improve both the speed of diagnosis and the ease of use of these same devices. With our feet in the future The connection of healthcare devices... Read more →


Consumer Alert: Tips about Ticks

DNREC, DPH Offer Tips About Ticks Summer in Delaware is all about the great outdoors – biking and hiking, backyard and beach days, gardening and grass cutting. These time-honored summer activities can expose outdoor enthusiasts to unwanted guests – ticks. Depending on the type of tick, their irritating bite can transmit a variety of pathogens that can cause illnesses ranging from mild to serious. source: CDC https://www.cdc.gov/ticks/gallery/index.html The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control in partnership with the Delaware Division of Public Health have launched new web pages to educate the public about ticks, including where they are... Read more →


PA Republican Senator Initiates Forensic Election Audit; State AG Vows to Strike Back

Boss Tweed. "As long as I count the votes, what are you going to do about it? (CNBNews graphic files) **** By Christen Smith | The Center Square Jul 8, 2021 (The Center Square) – A Republican senator in Pennsylvania initiated the first steps this week of a forensic election audit, even as the state’s top law enforcement official promised intervention should the effort continue. Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Gettysburg, said in an editorial Wednesday he’s requested information and materials from three counties needed for a “forensic investigation” into both the 2020 general election and the 2021 primary election completed in... Read more →


Best Small Businesses to Support in the Area 

We all know how incredibly difficult it has been to make ends meet for many small businesses within the South Jersey Area. Looking to support local businesses over large corporations, is a mindful approach to ensure that business can remain sustainable and long lasting. Therefore, we took it upon ourselves to really help you source locally and aid those family run businesses towards sustainability. Curious on what they are? Check down below for more on where to go. Before you decide to go on a huge shopping spree, make sure you check out the sports free bets that we have... Read more →


CNBNews Cheer and Jeers for JUNE/JULY 2021

CHEER—A total of 137 households in Camden County will share $215,000 from 92 people in eight United Church of Christ (UCC) congregations, as well as other church agencies, to abolish medical debt, the group announced recently. Together, the UCC has abolished more than $9 million in medical debt in four states, including more than $8 million in New Jersey. Their latest debt-relief campaign raised $65,522.21, according to the UCC. JEER—Sunday, July 4, 2021, a day that families and friends gather to thank our forefathers who died and fought for our Independence. That is what the agenda for the day is... Read more →


Don’t Buy Vape Juice Online Without Knowing These 4 Tricks

If you vape, you’re well aware of the fact that vape juice is a very affordable product. Knowing that, you might not put a lot of thought into your decision when you buy vape juice online. You might just have a few favorite vape shops that you always use, and you continue to shop at those websites because it’s easier than searching for a new place to shop. Have you ever stopped to think about how much vaping costs for you, though, if you’re paying even just a little more than you should for each product? Over time, a few... Read more →


Strategies to Win Online Slots with Small Stakes

Most players have a limited gaming budget. Therefore, in order to squeeze out the maximum pleasure and get as many victories as possible, you need know how to competently manage your budget. One of the options to make your deposit last longer is to play with small stakes. However, for this tactic to work, you need to develop a set of clear rules which will determine the success of your game. Ratio of rates and pay lines First of all, you need to learn how to calculate the chances of winning. As you may already know, the biggest wins occur... Read more →


RIT students from New Jersey named to Dean's List for spring semester

ROCHESTER, NY (07/09/2021)-- Rochester Institute of Technology announces its spring 2021 Dean's List! Undergraduate students are eligible for Dean's List if their GPA is greater than or equal to 3.40 for nine credit hours of traditionally graded coursework; they do not have any grades of "Incomplete," NE, D, or F; and they have registered for, and completed, at least 12 credit hours. Carly Strohl of Marlton (08053), who is in the new media design program. Rachel DeTone of Marlton (08053), who is in the graphic design program. Max Dragan of Mount Holly (08060), who is in the medical illustration program.... Read more →


Jersey Malls are Adding Honey Bees to Their Roof

With the catastrophe and decline of bees all around the world, Jersey locals want to minimise the vulnerability of this eco-dependant species. The declining bee population has long been an issue addressed on wildlife documentaries all over the world, and while many scientists and environmental scientists are trying to innovate ideas to sustain the species, Jersey local malls are doing their part in aiding the long-term goal. There are even talks of local tennis courts and the best bookmakers for tennis incorporating honey bees within the roofs of venues, but nothing has amassed to a definite go-ahead as of yet.... Read more →


Crowd Loves Anti-Catholic Cannes Film

July 12, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the debut of "Benedetta" at the Cannes Film Festival: Worldwide, there are upwards of 1 billion Protestants, 1.4 billion Catholics and 1.8 billion Muslims. While Catholics revere Our Blessed Mother the most, the majority of Muslims, and many Protestants, hold the Virgin Mary in high esteem. Atheist film director Paul Verhoeven, who has a history of bigotry, both in print and on the screen, wants them to know that he has been thinking about them. His latest contribution to hate speech is "Benedetta," a movie designed to stick it to... Read more →


Raise A Fork for a Good Cause ; Help Zin Get a New Hip

Join us for our Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser all to benefit Zin's bilateral hip replacement surgeries and care. Sunday, July 25 from 3 PM - 7 PM at the American Legion, Post No. 5 in Rahway, NJ. in Rahway, NJ. Click here to purchase your tickets Won't be able to make it, but would still like to donate? Click here to make a donation Click here to support Zin's GoFundMe A message from Zin's pawrents - " Zin came to us through the Husky House in Matawan, NJ on April 18, 2020. He was only 9 weeks old. We also adopted... Read more →


NJ Politics: Ciattarelli Turns Up the Heat On Murphy

Murphy’s anti-police agenda threatens the safety of New Jersey communities TRENTON, NJ – Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican nominee for New Jersey Governor, highlighted the rising crime and Phil Murphy’s anti-police agenda in a new digital advertisement. “Murphy should be held fully accountable for his failure to lead while crime rates skyrocket in our communities,” said Ciattarelli. “His pathetic deflection of ‘blaming the heat and humidity’ is a complete embarrassment and insults the intelligence of New Jerseyans. People up and down this state are extremely concerned, longstanding family traditions are fading away, police recruitment is at an all-time low, and the... Read more →


Murray Named Rowan's Interim Assistant Softball Coach

GLASSBORO, NJ - Mary Murray has been named interim assistant softball coach at Rowan, it was announced by head coach Kim Wilson. She worked with the Profs during the 2021 season, but will now be a full-time staff member. Murray joined the Rowan staff after a successful playing career at Arcadia University where she compiled a 36-17 record on the mound with a 1.83 ERA and 236 strikeouts. Despite a senior year that was cut short because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she was a three-time Middle Athletic Conference (MAC) All-Commonwealth honoree, earning First-Team honors twice. Murray was the 2019 MAC... Read more →


How Sports Owners Use Their Teams to Avoid Millions in Taxes

The Billionaire Playbook: Owners like Steve Ballmer can take the kinds of deductions on team assets — everything from media deals to player contracts — that industrialists take on factory equipment. That helps them pay lower tax rates than players and even stadium workers. ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. The Secret IRS Files is an ongoing reporting project. Sign up to be notified when the next story publishes. Or text “IRS” to 917-746-1447 to get the next story texted to you (standard messaging rates apply). Also: Do you have expertise in tax law, accounting or... Read more →


Essex Street Residents Say Multiple Shots Fired at Victim; Authorities Slow to Release Information

Updated The shooting in Gloucester City happened on the 300-unit block of Essex Street inside the circle across from the auto dealer which is located on the right in the photo (see arrow). The time of the shooting was approximately 8:30 PM. According to several people who live in the same area they heard multiple shots being fired. (gloucestercitynews.net photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 11, 2021)--The suspect involved in the shooting in Gloucester City Saturday night on the 300 unit block of Essex Street hasn't been arrested, according to the Camden County Prosecutors Office... Read more →


GlobalData: No Spectators at Tokyo Olympics will represent $800m Hole in OCOG Budget

All venues in the Japanese capital will have no fans during the Olympic Games photo courtesy of Arne Müseler / arne-mueseler. Following the recent announcement that Tokyo has banned all spectators from attending the Olympic Games, due to Japan declaring a state of emergency in the capital amidst a surge in COVID-19 cases; Liam Fox, Sport Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers his view: “Not only has the decision to ban all spectators from attending the Olympics left a sizable hole in the budget of the Tokyo 2020 Organising Commmittee of the Olympic Games (OCOG), it... Read more →


Business News: JLL Capital Markets Closes $114.25 million Sale of Philadelphia Shopping Center

PHILADELPHIA, July 9, 2021 – JLL Capital Markets announced today that it has closed the $114.25 million sale of and secured $80.5 million in acquisition financing for a five-property grocery-anchored retail portfolio throughout the greater Philadelphia metro area. JLL marketed the portfolio on behalf of the seller, Brandolini Companies. Paramount Realty, in partnership with Medipower Group, purchased the assets. Additionally, working on behalf of the new owner, JLL placed five separate fixed-rate loans with three banks. “We are excited to increase our footprint within the Philadelphia MSA and we look forward to adding value through capital improvements and procuring a... Read more →


Francis J. (Frank) Konicki, Jr., of Ocean City, formerly of Gloucester City; Vietnam War Army Vet, GHS Alum '62

Ocean City - Francis J. Konicki, Jr. (Frank) of Ocean City, NJ and Smyrna, GA died peacefully surrounded by his family on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen (Burke) Konicki, the loving father of Francis Konicki, III (Jeanette), Christopher Konicki (Amy) and grandfather to Jake and Alaina Konicki. Frank was born in Camden, NJ on July 28, 1944 to Francis Konicki, Sr. and Cecilia (Wojciehowski) Konicki. He was a veteran of the Vietnam war and served in the Army. He worked as a Senior Project Manager for Bovis Lend Lease Corp. for over 30 years.... Read more →


The Camden Post Telegraph Reports on 1905 Gloucester City Bd of Ed Meeting

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ(CNBNews)(July 11, 2021)—The Community of Gloucester City will celebrate its 400th Anniversary in 2023. CNBNews has found a number of old newspaper clippings that we plan on sharing with our readers leading up to that event. This article is about a Gloucester City Board of Education meeting and other topics that was published in the Camden Post Telegraph in 1905. The clipping appeared in the Read more →


*New Jersey Politics: Vote for Scheets, Moore, and Boberg for CAMDEN COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Camden County has one of the highest median property taxes in the United States and is ranked 23rd of the 3,143 countries in order of median property taxes. They are running to be your COMMISSIONERS to end sweetheart deals for the powerful special interests and politically connected. Johanna, Jennifer, and Rachel will fight hard everyday to hold the line on taxes and protect your hard earned money. They need your votes. They want to get rid of those entrenched Democrats that have made Camden County an undesirable place to live and to do business here because taxes are so high.... Read more →


Rowan Soccer Coming Back in the Fall

GLASSBORO, NJ - The Rowan men’s soccer team will return to action in the Fall of 2021, after more than a year layoff due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the opening game set for September 1 at Johns Hopkins. For the 2021 season, the Profs return a strong group from the 2019 squad which was ranked 15th in the nation and reached the NCAA Sweet 16. Among the leaders of the talented squad are forwards Jay Vandermark (12 goals) and Chad Yates (9 points), goalkeeper James Weinberg and defender Aaron Robertson. The Profs will play in a pair of early-season... Read more →


According to Michael Osland Here’s What You Must Consider When Hiring an M&A Firm  

In any organization, the growth of a business is paramount. From making transitions to going for a merger and acquisition (M&A), a business considers multiple strategies to generate profit. For instance, when you are eyeing a merger and acquisition with a different company, you need to do many things that include the calculation and the estimation of assets. To ensure that all of this is done the right way, you should seek the services of a mergers and acquisitions advisory firm. Some of the things you should know before you hire an M&A firm for your business, according to Michael... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report: Cobia, Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel Entering the Lower Chesapeake Bay

by Keith Lockwood Maryland Department of Natural Resources July 7, 2021 Photo by Monty Hawkins July is providing some exciting promise for Chesapeake Bay anglers as reports of cobia, bluefish, and Spanish mackerel entering the lower Bay are becoming more common. Offshore of the Atlantic Coast, fishing for sea bass is excellent right now. Anglers are reminded of the upcoming striped bass closure period in the Chesapeake Bay from July 16 through July 31, to lessen catch-and-release mortalities of undersized striped bass. Hot summer weather creates tough conditions for striped bass survival, which is also why DNR introduced its striped... Read more →


American Legion: Abandonment of Afghan interpreters is an issue of life or death 

By Mackenzie Wolf JUL 08, 2021 American Legion National Commander James W. “Bill” Oxford expressed “deep disappointment” the White House isn’t offering a better plan to evacuate interpreters, family members and other Afghan allies who have served alongside U.S. forces during the last 20 years of war in Afghanistan. The White House announced on Thursday the United States’ military mission in Afghanistan will conclude on Aug. 31, putting the end to a “forever war” in sight. However, that does not go far enough to protect the 18,000 Afghan interpreters who are still waiting for approval of their Special Immigrants Visas... Read more →


Please Don’t Trash Our Garden State

NJDOT public awareness campaign is flying high to encourage motorists to keep highways litter free (Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced today that it is launching an anti-litter campaign aimed at summer travelers. The main component will be flying an aerial banner over the Jersey Shore with the message: Please Don’t Trash Our Garden State. “The New Jersey Department of Transportation encourages everyone to do their part in keeping New Jersey’s roadways clean and litter free,” Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said. “Flying a banner in the skies above the Jersey Shore is a creative and simple way... Read more →


Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park, LLC Cited by State of Delaware

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control issued a Notice of Violation today to the Donovan Smith Mobile Home Park, LLC in Lewes for ongoing violations of the state’s laws governing wastewater treatment and disposal systems. The manufactured home community’s onsite wastewater treatment system was found by DNREC to be out of compliance thus posing risks to public health and the environment. The surfacing wastewater poses public health exposure concerns and contributes to groundwater pollution. Routine monitoring of the onsite drinking water system shows that thus far the community drinking water wells have not been impacted by the... Read more →


Two More Olympic-bound Players to Join North America’s News Pro League

Alev Kelter and Kevon Williams join eight other Olympians to sign with PR7s (NEW YORK, July 8, 2021) Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s), the new sports league that will debut this fall, today announced it has signed Olympians Alev Kelter and Kevon Williams, according to the league’s General Manager Mike Tolkin. Kelter joins fellow Team USA female teammates Abby Gustaitis, Ilona Maher, and Naya Tapper to sign with the new league. On the men’s side, Williams joins Team USA teammates Perry Baker, Danny Barrett, Carlin Isles, and Stephen Tomasin. Today’s announcement brings the total number of players to sign with PR7s... Read more →


Hugh T. "Tommy" Walker Jr., of Williamstown, formerly of Gloucester City

Williamstown – Formerly of Gloucester City. On June 28, 2021. Age 66. Loving son of Emily (nee Valentine) Walker and the late Hugh T. Walker, Sr. Predeceased by his brother, Harry Lee Walker. Beloved uncle of Jasen Walker and the late Adon Walker. Survived by many dear cousins. Tommy was a former resident of Gloucester City. He worked for many years as a cab driver for Atlantic Cab Company in South Jersey. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend his viewing on Monday, July 12 from 7 pm to 8 pm at the McCann-Healey Funeral Home: 851 Monmouth Street,... Read more →


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Scrapbook of Carmen Palmiero, Outstanding GHS/Penn State Athlete Who Died Too Soon

BROOKLAWN, NJ --Carmen Palmiero of Brooklawn was an outstanding all around athlete at Gloucester City High School in mid 1950’s. Palmiero was a 4 sport star playing Football, Basketball, Baseball and Track. Palmiero headed to Penn State after his graduation where he excelled in Basketball. Tragically Palmiero and a friend died in an auto accident driving home for Christmas in his Sophomore year. We were recently provided with a copy of a scrapbook by Rose Van Eck, Carmen’s sister. Hope this column provides an insight into Carmen both the man and athlete. Not sure of the Chronological order, but every... Read more →


CNB Medical News: Virtua Health Announces Multi-Year Hospital Transformations

Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes and Virtua Memorial hospitals to receive major renovations and enhanced services (MARLTON, N.J., July 08, 2021) – As part of its multi-year strategic roadmap to best serve the South Jersey/Delaware Valley region and beyond, Virtua Health announces transformational renovations of two of its acute care facilities: Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, N.J., and Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly, N.J. Framed as “Advancing Well into the future,” this significant reinvestment in acute care campuses positions South Jersey’s largest health system to meet the evolving needs of the community and establishes centers of... Read more →


NJ Students Named to Emerson College Dean's List for Spring 2021 Semester

BOSTON, MA (07/08/2021)-- The requirement to make Dean's List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher for that semester. The following students have been named to Emerson College's Dean's List for the Spring 2021 semester: Alexis Souza of Berlin, NJ (08009) - Media Arts Production, Class of 2024 Leissa Romulus of Bordentown, NJ (08505) - Marketing Communication, Class of 2024 Allison Hoag of Cherry Hill, NJ (08034) - Media Arts Production, Class of 2022 Sean Etter of Medford, NJ (08055) - Creative Writing BFA, Class of 2022 Rachel Gazzara of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054) - Media Arts Production,... Read more →


NRA NEWS: Federal Government on the Verge of the Biggest Gun Grab in U.S. History

On June 7th, ATF published a new notice of proposed rulemaking on its website entitled Factoring Criteria for Firearms with Attached “Stabilizing Braces”. The proposed rule was published in the Federal Register on June 10th, 2021, giving interested parties until September 8th, 2021 to file comments. image courtesy of NRA The rule seems aimed at making nearly all configurations of firearms equipped with stabilizing braces subject to the taxation and registration requirements of the National Firearms Act. Since 2012, ATF has recognized that stabilizing braces serve a legitimate function and the inclusion of a stabilizing brace on pistol or other... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: St. Joseph's PD K-9 MAX KILLED BY Assailant

MAX St. Joseph Police Department, Missouri End of Watch Wednesday, June 30, 2021 K9 Max was shot and killed by a suspect while members of the St. Joseph Police Department’s Special Response Team executed a domestic violence-related search warrant at a home at 5108 Barbara Street. As officers breached the home’s rear door the subject ran out of another door where he was confronted by K9 Max and Max’s handler. He opened fire and fatally wounded K9 Max before being taken into custody. K9 Max had served with the St. Joseph Police Department for two years. RELATED: Via Officer Down... Read more →


Ten Online Slot Machine Tips

There might be a lot of various ways to entertain yourself when you are bored dwelling and you are online. Regarding your lot of people, their preferred way to their boredom is to play online casino club. Although online casino clubs can be a lot of fun, people can become intimidated once they first start playing. Each one of the times when ingredients even the beginners seems they are playing hottest and are light years ahead of you. This is not a tutorial on the way to play casino club ladies of the easiest way the similar to hopefully assist... Read more →


CDC Alert: Which germs in recreational water cause diarrhea?

When someone swallows contaminated recreational water—water in pools, hot tubs, water playgrounds, or oceans, lakes, and rivers— they can get sick with diarrhea. In fact, diarrhea is the most common illness spread through recreational water. Which germs in recreational water cause diarrhea? Diarrhea can be caused by germs such as Crypto (short for Cryptosporidium), Giardia, Shigella, norovirus, and E. coli O157:H7. Some of these germs can survive in properly chlorinated water for almost an hour, or even days. How do germs that cause diarrhea spread in recreational water? Tiny amounts of poop are rinsed off swimmers’ bottoms as they swim... Read more →


Violent Criminal Migrants & Gang Members Arrested at Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector

Release Date: July 8, 2021 Border Patrol agent inspects a water drainage tunnel that spans from Nogales, Ariz. into Mexcio. (photo by Josh Denmark) EDINBURG, Texas – This holiday weekend, Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector agents successfully arrested five criminal migrants, to include two gang members illegally present in the United States. Friday afternoon, Kingsville Border Patrol Station (KIN) agents apprehended a Mexican national, after they received a call from a local rancher regarding the migrant wandering near his front porch. Criminal record checks revealed that the Mexican national had multiple deportations and was previously arrested in 1995 by... Read more →


CNB Medical: Rapid decrease in lung cancer and melanoma deaths...BUT...

Overall incidence rates continue to increase in women, children and adolescents and young adults. Thursday, July 8, 2021 Overall cancer death rates continue to decline in men and women for all racial and ethnic groups in the United States, according to the latest Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer. During 2001 to 2018, declines in lung cancer death rates accelerated, and death rates for melanoma declined considerably in more recent years, reflecting a substantial increase in survival for metastatic melanoma. However, the report finds that for several other major cancers, including prostate, colorectal and female breast... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: The U.S. Coast Guard is Replete with LGBTQ+ Personnel

By Petty Officer 1st Class Cynthia Oldham ASTORIA, Ore. — The U.S. Coast Guard is replete with LGBTQ+ personnel who contribute to mission success in extraordinary ways. Lt. Amanda Thrasher is one of them. A Coast Guard helicopter pilot serving in the mountainous coastal terrain of the Pacific Northwest, Thrasher strives day-to-day to infuse positive impact on personnel who serve in the country’s premier life-saving service. While dutiful LGBTQ+ military service members have historically experienced exclusion, even by their own allies, the Coast Guard is committed to halting myopic behavior and dismantling ingrained bias to continue building a stronger, unified... Read more →


John Albert Boyd, of Haddon Hts., Naval Architect, Vietnam Veteran, Soccer Coach

John Albert "Pops" Boyd, of Haddon Heights, New Jersey, passed peacefully at home on Tuesday, June 10, 2021. He was born on June 21, 1945, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the third child of Thomas and Henrietta (Greenhalgh) Boyd. He attended Cheltenham High School and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, class of 1975. John, an engineer and craftsman, met Lilli Kondyra, an artist, at Peter Lumber Yard in 1971. They married in 1973, and later moved to Haddon Heights, New Jersey, where they raised their four children: Heather, Erin, John, and Emily.... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: New Jersey's Gov. Expands Health Care to Undocumented Kids

NJ WORDLESSLY EXPANDS MEDICAID—UNDOCUMENTED KIDS Last week, Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill that pledges to "cover all kids" — that is, to provide health insurance to the nearly 90,000 children in New Jersey who lack coverage. Under the new law, most health insurance costs will be covered, with no waiting periods. It apparently also applies to undocumented children, though the word "undocumented" isn't written in the bill. (NJ Spotlight News) TRUMP GOLF CLUB WILL PAY NJ $400K TO SETTLE CHARGES Yesterday, the Trump National Golf Club in Colts Neck agreed to a settlement with the state Division of Alcoholic... Read more →