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Officer Down: Deputy Sheriffs Steve Jones & Sam Leonard, shot/killed responding to a Barking Dog

Deputy Sheriff Stephen Jones (left) and Deputy Sheriff Samuel Leonard (right) Concho County Sheriff's Office, Texas. End of Watch Monday, May 10, 2021 EDEN, TEXAS--(May 10, 2021)--Deputy Sheriff Stephen Jones, age 34 and Deputy Sheriff Samuel Leonard, age 26, were shot and killed while responding to a complaint about a dog in the 100 block of Bryan Street in Eden, Texas. An altercation occurred as both deputies, along with an Eden municipal employee, made contact with a subject at a residence. The subject fatally shot both deputies and critically wounded the city employee before barricading himself inside of the home. The city mayor, who lived nearby, talked the man into surrendering approximately 30 minutes later. The man has been charged with two counts of capital... Read more →

'Carlton R. Rouh Veterans Center' Officially Opened

PHOTO PROVIDED LINDENWOLD, NJ Camden County Commissioner Melinda Kane joined officials from Lindenwold Borough and the Spectra Care Foundation for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Carlton R. Rouh Veterans Center in Lindenwold. The Center was created by the Spectra Care Foundation to be a safe place where veterans can go for mentoring and support, get help to get the services they need, and spend time in a warm and vibrant area. “The Commissioners are extremely grateful for the Foundation’s efforts and the support of Camden County veterans,” Kane, a gold star mother and liaison to the Office of Veterans Affairs, said. “We know that veterans face incredible challenges when they return home and that making services accessible and available is critical. For veterans... Read more →

Spotlight on NJ College Students: USciences Students Named To Fall 2020 Dean's List

PHILADELPHIA, PA (05/13/2021)-- The following students have been named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List at University of the Sciences. Selection for this award is based on completing and passing all assigned courses with no grade below a "C" and attaining an academic average of at least 3.4 for courses taken in the Fall of 2020. Alexa Mock of Sicklerville (08081) Ryan Thomas of Williamstown (08094) Alana Pullen of Southampton (08088) Curtis Librizzi of Galloway (08205) Stefanie Palladino of Sewell (08080) Genevieve Esposito of Williamstown (08094) Joseph Fiore of Williamstown (08094) Erin McGuigan of Somers Point (08244) University of the Sciences has prepared students to be leaders and practitioners in the healthcare and science fields for nearly 200 years. Key to its distinctive education is... Read more →

CDC: If You Are Fully Vaccinated You Can Stop Wearing A Mask

If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic. Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, find a vaccine. Safer Activities COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick. Based on what we knowabout COVID-19 vaccines, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic. These recommendations can help you make decisions about daily activities after you are fully vaccinated. They are not intended for healthcare settings. Have You Been Fully Vaccinated?... Read more →

Top-Seeded Rowan Sweeps Kean; Advances to Conference Series

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (May 15, 2021)--- Drew Ryback threw a complete-game victory and Victor Cruz drove in four runs and scored two on the day as top-seeded Rowan swept fifth-seeded Kean in the semifinal series of the NJAC Baseball Championship Tournament, 10-4 and 7-1, at Sandcastle Stadium. The wins advance the ninth-ranked Profs to the conference championship series against William Paterson next weekend. Ryback (6-1), the NJAC Pitcher of the Year, recorded four strikeouts in the opener in tossing his third complete game of the season. Eli Atiya (7-1) earned the win in the second game as he struck out eight and allowed just one run. The Profs will host second-seeded William Paterson (27-6) in the NJAC Final in a three-game series beginning with a... Read more →

Congratulations: Cumberland County Students Honored in PDFNJ Fourth Grade Folder Contest

MILLBURN, NJ — More than 1,000 fourth grade students from across New Jersey showcased their artistic skill as part of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest this year, but only 33 earned recognition at the program virtual award ceremony held Wednesday, May 12. Victoria Creamer, Milana DeMaria, Jack Macaluso, Liliana Shaw and Nathan Tenev, of St. Mary School in Vineland, were selected as finalists in the competition, representing Cumberland County. Nathan also was selected as one of the co-winners of the contest. All 33 fourth grade student finalists will receive medals for their creative peer-to-peer substance use prevention artwork following the theme, “Fun Things to Do Instead of Drugs.” Victoria’s 4th Grade Folder Artwork Milana’s’s 4th Grade Folder... Read more →

Middlesex/Cumberland County Students Win PDFNJ Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest

MILLBURN — Among more than 1,000 fourth grade students from all 21 New Jersey counties who showcased their artistic skills and entered the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest this year, two have earned the honor to inspire next year’s fourth grade students. Michael McCabe from James A. McDivitt School in Old Bridge, Middlesex County, and Nathan Tenev from St. Mary’s School in Vineland, Cumberland County, were selected as co-winners of the contest. Their designs will be featured on the 40,000 folders distributed to fourth grade classrooms throughout the state this fall. The talented winners were chosen out of 33 finalists who were showcased in a virtual award ceremony held on May 12. Classroom posters featuring all of... Read more →

Mask Mandate Lifted for Those Fully Vaccindated

The statement below is by Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli Jr. on behalf of the Commissioner Board regarding the CDC’s latest recommendations on mask wearing. “Today will be marked as a turning point in our ongoing battle against COVID-19. With the CDC releasing new recommendations stating that fully vaccinated Americans can forgo mask wearing in most indoor and outdoor settings, we may finally be turning a corner and getting back to a place we recognized in early 2020. In fact, now that we have more than half of the adult population in Camden County fully vaccinated this opens the door to normalize things that we have missed so much over the past year like the family gatherings, weddings, communions, and celebrations that have always brought us... Read more →

VIDEO: Homeless Americans Sleeping in Tents; Illegal Aliens Sleeping in Hotels

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Homeless Americans sleeping in tents and shelters made from plastic tarps (see video below) photo courtesy of JAMES HARRIS MEDIA A mile away from the tent city where homeless Americans are living, the federal government is housing busloads of illegal aliens who crossed the border into this country from Mexico photo courtesy of JAMES HARRIS MEDIA PHOENIX, ARIZONA (April 21, 2021)--Block after block of homeless Americans are sleeping on the streets of Phoenix in tents and shelters made from plastic tarps while just a mile away bus loads of illegal aliens are being housed and fed in a hotel with a swimming pool, air conditioning, flat screen tvs and other deluxe amenities paid for by YOU, the American taxpayer.... Read more →

Hillery Brotschol will work to Strengthen Critical alliance between Israel and the US

Lake Hiawatha, NJ/May 13, 2021- As the next Congresswoman for New Jersey’s 11th district, Hillery Brotschol will work to strengthen and enhance the critical alliance between Israel, our greatest ally in the Middle East, and the United States. Hillery realizes that the United States and Israel have a special relationship dating back to Harry Truman’s recognition of the new State of Israel making the United States the first nation to recognize the new democracy. Our bonds with Israel are both strategic and moral. Specifically, Hillery Brotschol is opposed to the Iran nuclear deal that would ultimately lead to Iran, the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism and avowed enemy of both the United States and Israel, acquiring nuclear weapons. She supports reimposing sanctions on Iran which... Read more →

Ocean County Students Recognized in PDFNJ Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest

MILLBURN, NJ — More than 1,000 fourth grade students from across New Jersey showcased their artistic skill as part of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest this year, but only 33 earned recognition at the program virtual award ceremony held Wednesday, May 12. Ryan Bonhard, of Jospeh T. Donohoe School in Barnegat; Giulianna Braxton, of Lavallette School in Lavallette; and Alyssa Martucci and Lu Ming Zu, of Saint Peter School in Point Pleasant Beach, were selected as finalists in the competition, representing Ocean County. All 33 fourth grade student finalists will receive medals for their creative peer-to-peer substance use prevention artwork following the theme, “Fun Things to Do Instead of Drugs.” Ryan’s 4th Grade Folder Artwork Giulianna’s 4th... Read more →

A Shot and A Beer at Local Breweries

Get Your Shot and a Beer This Month! Local Breweries Are Teaming Up to Get the Community Vaccinated The State of New Jersey has teamed up with the local breweries to encourage eligible residents to get vaccinated for COVID-19. Governor Phil Murphy says through the new "Shot and a Beer" program, New Jerseyans who get vaccinated in May can receive a free beer at participating breweries if they show proof. "Any New Jerseyan who gets their first vaccine dose in the month of May and takes their vaccination card to one of the following participating breweries as proof of vaccination will receive a free beer, courtesy of the participating brewery," said Murphy. Read More. The participating local breweries are: Flying Fish Brewing Company Double Nickel... Read more →


PITMAN, NJ – The Rowan women’s track & field team had five individuals and two relays that were named to the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) All-Conference Team. Nicole Notarianni (100 meter hurdles) and Olivia Scattergood (hammer) earned NJAC All-Conference first team honors. Makayla Taylor (shot put), Robin Collura (800 meters), Kari DiTonno (high jump) and the 4x100 meter relay were members of the NJAC second team. Taylor (discus) and the 4x400 meter relay received All-Conference honorable mention. The All-Conference Team was determined by the NJAC Championships results on May 8. At the conference meet, Notarianni won the 100 meter hurdles in 14.66. She was also first in the prelims with a time of 14.98. Scattergood took first in the hammer with a throw of... Read more →

Food Business Basics Virtual Workshop for Food Entrepreneurs

Food Business Basics Workshop Food Business Basics is a unique opportunity for food entrepreneurs to learn critical aspects of entering or growing their business in the prepared food and beverage industry. Attendees will be in front of movers and shakers working in the industry, who will give advice on to how create, commercialize, market and sell in this competitive market. The Food Innovation Center at Rutgers is having a for early stage entrepreneurs on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 1 -2, 2021 from 9:00am-1:00pm. This is a WEBEX virtual workshop. On day one, there will be an introduction to the Food Innovation Center at Rutgers University, consumer trends, category overview, brand strategy, tax benefits and breaks for the entrepreneur, packaging trends and protecting your intellectual property.... Read more →

Summer-Fall Striped Bass Season Opens May 16 in Most of Chesapeake Bay

Maryland Fishing Report – May 12 Ryan Cooper takes a look at a brook trout before gently returning this beauty to the water. Photo by Ryan Cooper Maryland outdoors has many beautiful treasures to behold for those who look. It can be a quiet time sitting on a riverbank watching nature, gazing upon the Chesapeake Bay, or hiking up a mountain stream and soaking up all that nature can share. Few fish in Maryland are as beautiful and treasured as our native brook trout and if you find one, you are well rewarded with a spectacle of color. This Saturday, May 15, will be the last day of trophy striped bass season in the main stem Chesapeake Bay, The 2021 summer-fall season in most areas... Read more →

Second Phase of COVID 19 Restrictions Easing

05/13/2021 TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy last night signed Executive Order No. 239, moving forward with the COVID-19 restriction easing announced last week. The easing includes the complete removal of the outdoor gathering limit; an increased indoor gathering limit; the complete removal of all percentage-based capacity limits for indoor businesses, outdoor businesses, and houses of worship,; and an increased indoor large venue capacity. Additionally, the prohibition on indoor interstate youth sports competitions is being lifted. “Throughout the pandemic, data and public health needs have guided the hard decisions we’ve made on COVID-19 restrictions,” said Governor Murphy. “With COVID-19 metrics trending in the right direction amidst substantial progress on our COVID-19 vaccination program, we can move forward with these significant steps towards a return to normalcy.”... Read more →

Bill Kopec, Xerox and RE Salesman, Professor, LaSalle Alum, Marine Veteran; Loved Racquet Ball/Sailing

William Louis Kopec William Louis Kopec, "Bill", 87, passed away peacefully on May 12, 2021, surrounded by loved ones. Born in Philadelphia, PA, Bill grew up in Camden City, NJ, and was a long-time resident of Medford Lakes, NJ. Bill graduated from Camden Catholic High and later Lasalle University. After college, he proudly served as a Major in the Marine Corps and spent 18 formative months in Okinawa. Bill worked for many years as one of the top salesmen for the Xerox Corporation and later went on to sell commercial real estate with Jackson and Cross. He also served as an adjunct professor at University of Pennsylvania where he taught marketing at the Wharton School of Business. On weekends, Bill drove back and forth from... Read more →

Goodbye Gym Membership—The Reimagined Connected Home Gym Is Here To Stay

(NAPSI)—After nearly a year at home and with access to more exercise resources and choices, including online workouts and classes, it’s easier than ever before to exercise from the comfort of your home. If you’re ready to commit to an at-home fitness routine, exercise physiologist and Bowflex fitness advisor Tom Holland offers advice for creating a home gym to fit your space and budget. Stay Connected While In The Zone According to Holland, working out at home has never been easier—or as per- sonalized—thanks to connected fitness equipment that gives you everything you need to get individual training, coaching and personal entertainment. For example, with the JRNY digital fitness platform (https://www.bowflex.com/jrny.html) and iOS app, enjoy personalized adaptive workouts, on-demand classes and stream your favorite shows.... Read more →

Bookmaker marketing strategy and suggestion to choose best sites

Nowadays, the internet has given more opportunities for betting online. There are several online best-betting sites where the players have several options to choose which bookmakers to use. There are few things to be considered, choosing the best betting site and deciding which bookmaker is best for them. Trust and payment security The first thing to look for is whether or not it has a valid license. Everyone should able to trust the betting site before depositing any money into it. When customers access their website and use encrypted payment methods validated by Visa or MasterCard, betting companies must provide payment authentication certificates to their customers. Bonuses and promotions The key aspect of the best betting sites is providing bonuses and promotions. It is one... Read more →

Fees Waived for Small, Minority, Woman, or Veteran-Owned Businesses

Welcome to New Jersey’s Business Enterprise Programs - Uniform Certification Service. You may use this service to apply for certifications in any of the following programs: Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Minority/Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Veteran Owned Enterprise (VOB) Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise (DVOB) To access the service, you will first need to create a login account. You will also need to enter the first 9 digits of your New Jersey Tax/Employer Identification Number (9 digits) and the Business Name Control (first four characters of your business name). You will not be able to complete the Uniform Certification application unless you are properly registered for State tax/employer purposes. If you need to register for State tax/employer purposes, CLICK HERE. Note that the Uniform Certification Service will... Read more →

CNB Medical News: New Hope for People with Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers are testing a new drug that may someday be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease. (NAPSI)—There could be promising news for the more than six million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and the people who care for them. The Problem Although nearly one in every three people will eventually be afflicted and it’s the third leading cause of death of older adults in the U.S. (surpassed only by heart disease and cancer in non-pandemic years), there may be effective treatments on the horizon. An Answer? One contender is about to start a Phase I clinical trial. It’s a novel drug known as NVG-291 and it’s designed to repair damaged nerves. Originally developed by NervGen Pharma Corp. (TSX-V: NGEN) (OTCQX: NGENF) to treat spinal cord injury,... Read more →

Join the Inaugural New Jersey Future of Work Accelerator

Do you have an idea, solution, venture or initiative that improves job quality and economic security for workers and their families? Apply today to join the inaugural New Jersey Future of Work Accelerator to take your idea to the next level. ACCELERATING IDEAS THAT SUPPORT WORKERS! The Future of Work Accelerator is a 9-month program that will support innovations that advance New Jersey’s workers’ health and safety, improve access to benefits, strengthen training opportunities, and bolster worker voice. Through the Accelerator, participants will receive custom coaching, curated connections to national experts, introductions to funders and peers, and the opportunity to pilot worker-centric programs and practices in New Jersey. The Accelerator is open to startups, entrepreneurs, non-profits, public sector institutions and employees, unions, and grassroots organizations... Read more →

CG Cleaning Oil Spill in Maurice River

LEESBURG, NJ, UNITED STATES 05.12.2021 C ourtesy Photo U.S. Coast Guard District 5 Shown is boom deployed by pollution responders after a report of a discharge of marine diesel fuel from a motor vessel operating in the Maurice River, N.J., May 12, 2021. Crewmembers from Sector Delaware Bay, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and Cumberland County Environmental representatives are on scene and monitoring response efforts. (U.S. Coast Guard photo/Released) LEESBURG, N.J. (May 12, 2021) — The Coast Guard and partner agencies are responding to a marine diesel fuel spill from a motor vessel operating in the Maurice River, Wednesday. The maximum potential release is 778 gallons. Crewmembers from Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and Cumberland County Environmental representatives... Read more →

How Online Seed Banks Are Better Than the Traditional Ones?

These days you could order everything online. The marijuana seeds are no exception. The presence of online seed banks has made it possible. This is very handy when it comes to ordering marijuana seeds online. The grower can register themselves with any online seed bank and sell their seeds via the platform. One could find different types of seeds like feminized, medical, and auto-flowering in the seed banks that ship to the US. There are a lot of reasons as to why the online seed banks for the selection of marijuana seeds are better in terms of the traditional seed banks. The online seed bank offers different types of seeds and much of them are very enduring in nature. There are completely different categories of... Read more →

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members

BATON ROUGE, LA (05/11/2021)-- The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Erin Smith of Columbus (08022) at University of Delaware Madison Comisky of Wrightstown (08562) at University of Delaware They are among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation only and requires nomination and approval by a chapter. Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify, as do faculty, professional staff and alumni who have... Read more →

How bitcoin will affect the accounting professions

Bitcoins can be sent, gotten and overseen through different autonomous sites, PC customers and cell phone programming. Bitcoins are sent and gotten through customers and sites called wallets. They send and affirm exchanges to the organization through Bitcoin addresses, the identifiers for clients'. to date are found on the trade markets available to be purchased. So despite the fact that actually a purchaser with bunches of cash could purchase all the bitcoins made available for purchase, except if those holding the. Bitcoin wallets inside the organizations There are an assortment of approaches to secure bitcoins: Acknowledge bitcoins as installment for products or administrations. There are a few administrations where you can exchange them for conventional cash. Discover somebody to exchange cash for bitcoins face to... Read more →

Benefits of Working With A Corporate Event Planner

With Covid almost behind us, many businesses are now thinking about organizing live events for 2022. So many people are hungry to get back to networking and discovering new trends in their industry which is why this is a great time to start planning an event. However, producing such an event can be an overwhelming and tedious task. There are many factors that you are going to have to address such as the venue, entertainment, keynote speaker, guest speakers, marketing, staging, and so on. This is why it is important to work with an event planner. Corporate Event Planning Corporate event planning is vital to those companies that aim at revitalizing their business and improve employee and customer relations. Although corporate event planning is not... Read more →

Detectives Investigating Shooting of 16-Year-Old in Voorhees

Camden City, N.J. – Detectives are investigating the shooting of a 16-year-old on Saturday night, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Voorhees Police Chief Louis Bordi. A Voorhees Police Officer was approached by a group of passengers claiming there was a shooting victim inside their vehicle around 11:21 p.m. on May 8. The victim was transported to an area hospital where he remains being treated for his injuries. Through the investigation, it was determined the teen was shot while on the unit block of Franklin Dr. in Voorhees. Detectives continue to search for potential witnesses and information that could help determine what led to the shooting. If anyone has information that could aid the investigation, please contact CCPO Det. Alex Burckhardt... Read more →

Why Students in a Top NJ College Health Program Are Improving Public Vaccine Efforts

Students in the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) have partnered with the New Jersey Public Health Association to understand why vulnerable demographics are hesitant to get vaccinated and how to improve New Jersey’s state messages to these populations. “Drawing upon data from New Jersey state, county, and city departments, we found little outreach to vulnerable populations..." ~Dr. Brenda Seals, Associate Professor and Public Health Chair EWING, NJ May 12, 2021 – The U.S. administered over 200 million COVID-19 vaccines in President Biden’s first 100 days in office. However, vaccination rates are now falling by disturbing measures, from a high of 3.38 million to 2.86 million people vaccinated per day. Emboldened by the federal government pausing Johnson... Read more →

The New Jersey State Fair at the Meadowlands

New Jersey's Single Largest Family-Friendly Event Adds Extra Week of Summer Fun - Now Running June 18 - July 11 at MetLife Stadium NJ’s great escape boasts hundreds of rides, exhibits and attractions including Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean, Jurassic Kingdom and beloved favorites such as Racing Pigs and lots more East Rutherford, NJ – The State Fair Meadowlands is back and better than ever, adding an additional week of summer fun. After missing last year due to the pandemic, State Fair Meadowlands returns as “The One and Only Fair That Matters!” New Jersey’s Great Escape will take place at MetLife Stadium from June 18 - July 11, 2021. Spread over 35 acres, plus free parking, the Fair is a fun-packed event that fits anyone’s... Read more →

Graffiti Art Contest at the Alcatraz East Crime Museum

PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (May 11, 2021) – Alcatraz East Crime Museum invites artists to submit their entry into the 3rd Annual Graffiti Art Contest held on Saturday, November 6, 2021. The event coincides with National STEM Day, bringing attention to the addition of Arts… turning STEM to STEAM. Although graffiti is a controversial issue that is very costly to clean up, this contest and exhibit highlights organized graffiti programs found across America that reduce vandalism while promoting local talent. “We know how serious the graffiti issue is in many areas of the country, which is why we want to help teach people about it,” states Summer Blalock, Sales & Marketing Manager for Alcatraz East. “Art is in the eye of the beholder, and there is... Read more →

Delaware River Sojourn August 7-13, Register Now

Volunteer River Cleanup Scheduled for August 6 The Delaware River looking towards Philadelphia from Proprietors Park, Gloucester City, NJ (CNBNews photo credit) WEST TRENTON, N.J. (May 11) – Interested paddlers are invited to register for the 26th Delaware River Sojourn taking place August 6-13. The Delaware River Sojourn combines guided paddling excursions, interpretive programs and camping. Participants may sign up for the entire trip or for the day(s) of their choice; all skill levels are welcome. “The sojourn is a family-friendly paddling and learning adventure, a wonderful way to discover the Delaware River,” said Mark Zakutansky, Director of Conservation Policy Engagement for the Appalachian Mountain Club and Chair of the Sojourn Steering Committee. “We are really excited to be back and look forward to hosting... Read more →

Rowan's Emily August and Nana Agyemang Receive NJAC Weekly Honors

PITMAN, NJ – Rowan senior Emily August was named the Softball Pitcher of the Week and freshman Nana Agyemang was named the Field Athlete of the Week for men’s track, as the NJAC announced its weekly honors for May 10. August (Mahwah, NJ/Mahwah) went 2-0 with 15 strikeouts and an 0.00 ERA in the Profs’ doubleheader sweep of Ramapo in the NJAC Quarterfinals, which advanced Rowan to the semifinal series against Kean, to be played on Tuesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 12 (if necessary). The senior righthander went the distance in the 3-0 win over Ramapo, pitching a one-hitter and recording a career-high 12 strikeouts. In the 6-3 second-game victory, she threw 5.1 innings in relief, allowing just three hits. On the season, August... Read more →

Virtua Health Humanitarian of the Year and First Achievement Award in Clinical  Excellence

Awards correspond to health system’s Celebration of Philanthropy (Marlton, NJ…) This year, during National Hospital Week, Virtua Health is recognizing its philanthropic partners through a special Celebration of Philanthropy. The virtual celebration recognizes two remarkable individuals who support and sustain healthy communities. Entrepreneur Pepe Piperno has been chosen as Virtua’s Humanitarian of the Year, and Martin Topiel, MD, Virtua’s infection control officer, is the first recipient of the Achievement Award in Clinical Excellence for his role in Virtua’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The events of the past year have proven how connected we are as a community. Both Pepe Piperno and Dr. Martin Topiel have long histories of helping others and have risen to the challenges of our times in service of those who... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Concordia University, Nebraska confers degrees to May 2021 graduates SEWARD, NE (05/10/2021)-- Undergraduate and graduate degrees were conferred to more than 715 students who completed their studies at Concordia University, Nebraska in Seward. Paul Stanko of Cherry Hill, N.J., earned a M.Ed. Jennifer Vega of Cherry Hill, N.J., earned a M.Ed. Sarah Nocito of Swedesboro, N.J., earned a M.Ed. Tameka Myers-McSween of Williamstown, N.J., earned a M.Ed. Melissa Strawderman of Woodstown, N.J., earned a M.Ed. York College of Pennsylvania Student Recognized with Award YORK, PA (05/10/2021)-- York College of Pennsylvania Mechanical Engineering student Adam Richwall of Medford was recognized for The Engineering Society of York Award during the College's annual 2021 Recognition Ceremony. Established in 1787, York College of Pennsylvania is a private, four-year college... Read more →

York College of Pennsylvania Students from NJ Recognized with Awards

YORK, PA (05/11/2021)-- York College of Pennsylvania students were recognized for the Senior Honor Society Award during the College's annual 2021 Recognition Ceremony. Cecily Widmann of Medford, NJ 08055 (International Relations student) Amber-Lynn Deveney of Genloch, NJ 08032 (Early Elementary Education student) Rylee Winkelspecht of Audubon, NJ 08106 (Hospitality Management student) Established in 1787, York College of Pennsylvania is a private, four-year college located in the city of York, a hub of arts and industry between Baltimore and Philadelphia. Housed on 190 picturesque acres, the College is known for its focus on experiential learning and community engagement, serving over 4,000 undergraduate and 300+ graduate students in more than 70 baccalaureate majors, along with 20+ graduate and professional programs. Deeply rooted in the liberal arts and... Read more →

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple U to Study Alzheimer's Disease

(Philadelphia, PA) – Finding ways to optimize energy use is critical to keeping up productivity. This idea applies to the human body overall, as well as to each individual cell that makes up the body. Cells, in fact, go to great lengths to maintain energy levels, frequently increasing the activity of certain proteins and support pathways to compensate for drops in energy production that are brought about by stress or disease. One way in which cells compensate for flagging energy production and metabolic dysfunction is mitochondrial calcium transport remodeling – a process marked by seemingly harmless changes in the amount of calcium present within mitochondria, the energy-generating batteries of cells. But while beneficial at first, this response may become maladaptive over time, with altered calcium... Read more →

Republican Congressional Candidate Blast Biden Administration for Stopping Annual Tribute

Lake Hiawatha, NJ/May 11, 2021 - Today, Hillery Brotschol, Republican Congressional candidate for New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District condemned the refusal of the Biden Administration to allow the Rolling to Remember Ride on Memorial Day. This is the first time in thirty years that the three - day event capped by a massive motorcycle demonstration ride raising awareness for 80,000+ unaccounted for POW/MIAs & national veteran suicide awareness has been canceled. Brotschol condemned the silence of Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, herself a veteran regarding this snub to our brave veterans and their memories. “The Biden Administration seems to want to cancel any patriotic event they can from fireworks at Mount Rushmore to the Rolling Remember Ride for our brave veterans who are still missing,” said Hillery... Read more →

Growing Industries in New Jersey in 2021

image courtesy of pixels.com The view of Jersey City on the waterway, the state’s second-most populous city after its capital, Newark As with every state in the U.S., there are a few industries that drive the most economic growth and support the continuous evolution of New Jersey's prosperity. Especially in such a richly diverse state like this one, which is the neighbor of the nation’s largest city, these key sectors are helping the Garden State emerge as a dominating force. Information Technology The IT industry in New Jersey is undoubtedly booming. With thousands of tech businesses making their home in the state, approximately 8% of all workers are employed under IT-related professions. Because of its proximity to other major cities like Philadelphia and New York... Read more →

NJBIA Opposing Bill that Codifies EMP Goals without Establishing Costs

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is opposing a bill today that codifies certain energy goals related to the 2019 Energy Master Plan (EMP), as many of those objectives do not account for costs to the state, reliability or feasibility. Bill S-3667 (Smith, D-17; Bateman, R-16) is scheduled to be voted by the Senate Environment and Energy Committee this morning. “While we are generally supportive or reasonable measures to advance clean energy goals, we oppose the blanket incorporation of various EMP goals as State goals codified by legislation,” NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Ray Cantor said. “The EMP was not intended for this purpose and has other significant flaws. “We should not be moving forward with major energy policies, as law, until we... Read more →

Why you should consider a career as a lawyer

Jurisprudence is the totality of all legal sciences that study the legal system as a whole, as well as the complex of knowledge about the state and administration. A lawyer is a qualified specialist who is engaged in practical activities in the field of law. He interprets and applies state laws in order to ensure the legitimacy of the activities of all individuals and legal entities, and therefore, fixes the offenses themselves and, with special judicial powers, determines the measure of responsibility and establishes the punishment for the perpetrator. This profession rightly seems to many to be extremely difficult, because in addition to a thorough knowledge of all branches of law, from a professional lawyer, special inner qualities are required: well-developed analytical thinking, logic, pedantry,... Read more →

Monmouth County Teen Wins Substance Use  Prevention Music Contest

Ocean County Students Claim Second Place, Bergen County Student Earns Third MILLBURN, NJ — A Monmouth County student shared her unique message on substance use prevention in Friday’s virtual Prevention Concert to win the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs New Jersey music competition, supported by 95.9 WRAT and the New Jersey Broadcasters Association. Samantha Yannarelli, of Mater Dei Prep in Monmouth County won first place for her original song, “They Swore.” The concert played on the contest website, ShoutDownDrugs.com, and featured the musical performances of 14 finalists from seven different counties throughout the state, who created original songs promoting substance use prevention messages. WRAT Creative Director and PM Drive DJ Jimmy Steal announced the winners live... Read more →

LOOKING FOR A LOVING HOME: Shinobi, Male Siberian Husky/Mixed

Senior Male Siberian Husky / Mixed Meet Shinobi! This poor boy was found after his owner passed away. He's very energetic and lived previously with two other dogs. He's great on leash, knows sit, paw, and down. Please no homes with small animals or cats. Interested in adopting Shinobi? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org today to fill out an application. Up to date with vaccinations OK with Dogs Not good with cats! Available 01/24/2021 Birth Date 01/27/2012 (may not be exact) Fill out an Application Stay updated Thank You|News & Press|Rainbow Bridge|Store|Amazon Wishlist|Maddie's Fund © Husky House Inc. All Rights Reserved 2015 Find us here 391 Route 34 Matawan, New Jersey hh.applicationreviewboard@gmail.com Read more →

Relaxing Serenely: The Search for the Perfect Mattress 

Image Source When you enter a store full of mattresses, you will undoubtedly be bombarded with a salesperson that's trying to sell you the most expensive product on their stock. These mattresses may have enticing words added to them so that buyers would think it's a good mattress. These clerks may tell you lies and make you believe that a product has life-changing advantages. But beware that not everything that these paid salespeople are telling you is accurate; most of the time, they want to sell. So how will you know if a company is telling the truth? You won't know this until you do your research. Read the information below about mattresses so that you know what to look for: The Different Types of... Read more →

Judicial Watch Wants to Know What Really Happened with Champ and Major?

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the United States Department of Homeland Security for records of communication between Secret Service officials assigned to the White House regarding the Biden family dogs (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No. 1:21-cv-01194)). The lawsuit was filed after the Secret Service failed to process records in a timely manner in response to a March 10, 2021, FOIA request seeking: All records of communications between USSS officials responsible for protection at the White House regarding the Biden family dogs, named Champ and Major. On April 12, 2021, the Secret Service replied to Judicial Watch’s FOIA request saying that they had identified responsive records which were being processed... Read more →

What State Has The Most Young Adults Living With Their Parents?

Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square May 9, 2021 The public health and economic toll the coronavirus pandemic caused are well documented. Perhaps less understood are the social impacts. According to a report from Pew Research Center, young adults in the United States were more likely to be living with at least one parent in July 2020 than at any time since the Great Depression. The historic numbers of young adults either moving back home or choosing to remain there during the pandemic appears to have been a continuation of a broader trend. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 34.4% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 34 lived with at least one parent, grandparent, or former guardian in... Read more →

Going Green in All Aspects When it Comes to Your Energy

Have you started becoming more concerned about your environment? If you have, we don’t blame you in the least bit. The environment is important and the more we do for the environment, the better it is for our future generations. In terms of adopting a “going green” approach, have you considered how unfriendly the energy that you are getting to light up and heat your home is for the environment? If you haven’t yet thought this through, it’s time to seriously consider this. So how can you go green in terms of the way you get energy? You may not have thought about it but there is not just one energy provider in all of the UK. While you may have remained committed to your... Read more →

Looking for a Loving Home: Meet Nick

Adult Male Siberian Husky Meet Nick! Rescued from the south, Nick is looking for his loving, forever home. More information to come. Please no homes with small animals or cats. Intersteted in adopting Nick? Please visit www.huskyhouse.irg today to fill out an application. Up to date with vaccinations Not good with cats! Available 04/12/2021 Birth Date 04/13/2017 (may not be exact) Fill out an Application Stay updated Thank You|News & Press|Rainbow Bridge|Store|Amazon Wishlist|Maddie's Fund © Husky House Inc. All Rights Reserved 2015 Find us here 391 Route 34 Matawan, New Jersey hh.applicationreviewboard@gmail.com Read more →

How Do I Obtain the Vaccine?

The NJ Vaccine Call Center is open with live agents assisting callers! Call 855-568-0545 for information on the following: vaccine eligibility registering on NJVSS local vaccination sites & more! Agents will be available to take your call 7 days a week, 8 am-8 pm. More Information available at the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Center Read more →

Looking for a Fun Time? Try New Jersey Food Tour Trail

NEW JERSEY, USA — Looking for something fun to do when the weather turns warm again? Plus, when restaurants are able to safely open back up, you may be itching to get out and become a foodie! So, look no further than the New Jersey Food Tour Trail: your go-to interactive and guided experience involving fun food and drinks throughout the state. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail is a collaboration of food tours that operate in various regions throughout the state. The joining of tours was developed for tourists to create their own trail in an effort to “eat their way” throughout New Jersey. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail hopes tourists, even in their own backyards, get the chance to learn and explore... Read more →