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Butterball Recalling 14,107 Pounds of Ground Turkey Products

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 2021 – Butterball, LLC, a Mount Olive, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 14,107 pounds of ground turkey products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically blue plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The ground turkey items were produced on September 28, 2021. The following products are subject to recall: 2.5-lb. trays containing “farm to family BUTTERBALL all natural Ground Turkey” with the case code 50211271, a sell or freeze by date of 10/18/2021, and timestamps from 2123 through 2302 printed on the packaging. 3-lb. tray containing “Kroger GROUND... Read more →


Teen Cancer America Golf Outing Oct. 18

METEDECONK NATIONAL GOLF CLUB TO HOST Day of Golf to Raise Funds and Awareness for Adolescents and Young Adults Affected by Cancer JACKSON, NJ (October 7, 2021) – Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, NJ will host the inaugural Teen Cancer America (TCA) Golf Outing on Monday, October 18, 2021. TCA, founded by rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who, is a national non-profit based in Los Angeles that develops and funds specialized facilities and services for adolescents and young adults with cancer. The event at Metedeconk National is being hosted by Bob Lerner, a Metedeconk Trustee.... Read more →


*Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" Fundraiser

Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" Fundraiser Join us at the Elizabeth Ballroom as the Gloucester City Irish Society Pipes & Drums kicks off "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" weekend in the Holy City! Music will be provided by the pipe band, as well traditional Irish music from Gloucester City's own "Misty Dewers!" Tickets are $30 and must be presented at the door for entry. Tickets include entry, food, and draft beer. A cash bar will be available for other drinks. You can use the following link to purchase tickets: https://py.pl/9wDkrvL2P5k You won't want... Read more →


How to Play GameCube ISO on Your Computer

Remember the first innovative Nintendo console that started using optical discs as its primary storage medium? We will bet. It's hard to believe that Japanese and American Nintendo console game fans welcome GameCube ISO; it's been almost 20 years. In 2001, the Nintendo GameCube console received a lot of attention for its unique design and innovative features and its vast new game library. As you know, there is an ardent connoisseur of the GameCube heritage that still mourns the loss of old GameCube consoles that are hard to come by these days. But the point is that you no longer... Read more →


Online slots: a simple game with an opportunity to earn

Virtual reality fills the space around us. There is no escape from this tendency, but it can be used with benefit. You shouldn't just sit at the computer, it's better to go to the site and test your luck in online slots. But before that, it is better to study some points of how the game takes place. Wild reels play stand out among the popular ones; many experienced users prefer to play this slot. Why a virtual game? More and more people are moving to the virtual world, preferring to spend their time at the computer. This allows you... Read more →


The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Band Saw

The band saw is an excellent tool for cutting wood, metal, and other materials, including meat and fish. Unlike other sawing power tools that depend on a rotating disk, the band saw's flexible blade allows you to cut through thick blocks of wood and whole logs in a way that is impossible with a circular or table saw. The main benefit of the band saw is its tiny kerf - how much material it cuts through when cutting. You can make precise, razor-thin cuts on wood with a smaller kerf. It also reduces wastage and dust. The band saw can... Read more →


South Jersey Gas to Began Paving Work in Avalon in September and Finish by Mothers Day Weekend 2022 in

AVALON, NJ (August 14, 2021)--South Jersey Gas has informed the Borough of Avalon that it will being paving operations through the community starting no earlier than Monday, September 13th and no later than Thursday, September 30th. This is to repair streets that were compromised by recent work by the utility mandated by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. Streets that will receive some paving operations include, but are not limited to: 7th Street; Dune Drive between 65th and 66th Street; 17th Street between First Avenue and Dune Drive; and 48th Street, between Ocean Drive and Dune Drive. South Jersey... Read more →


AUTHORITIES ARREST PHILADELPHIA MAN ON CHARGES OF MURDER-FOR-HIRE

The arrest was the direct result of the federal ‘All Hands On Deck’ initiative to reduce violent crime in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Darnell Jackson, a/k/a “Major Change,” 47, of Philadelphia, PA, was arrested and charged by Criminal Complaint on federal charges of murder-for-hire and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. In a news conference outside the federal courthouse in Philadelphia alongside Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge for FBI Philadelphia’s Violent Crime Branch James Christie and Philadelphia Police Chief of Investigations Chief Inspector Frank Vanore, Acting U.S. Attorney Williams discussed the charges and... Read more →


Some Say Hemp Has Significant Health Benefits for Pets

(NAPSI)—NaturVet’s veterinarian-formulated pet supplements have progressed over the last 25 years to keep up with the ever-changing needs of pet parents. NaturVet’s newest Hemp for Health product line includes four top products—Allergy, Calming, Immune and Joint—that are now available enhanced with Hemp Seed Oil and Hemp Seed Powder, sharing the same great original base formulas that pet parents have relied on for years. Although marijuana and hemp come from the same cannabis family, the plants are completely different in function, cultivation and application. Hemp is grown specifically for agricultural purposes and has been used for hundreds of years in textiles,... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Rio Grande City BP Apprehend 273 Migrants in Two Large Groups at Border

Yes there is a crisis at the border! (image courtesy of The Atlantic EDINBURG, Texas (July 14, 2021) – Rio Grande City Border Patrol Station (RGC) agents apprehend 273 migrants in two large groups in two separate events. Saturday morning, RGC agents observed a large group of migrants, comprised of mostly family groups enter the United States near Roma, Texas. The group was consisted of 138 family members and seven single adults. The migrants are from the countries of Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Ecuador. Yesterday morning, RGC agents working in La Grulla, Texas, encountered a large group of... 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 →


Gloucester City Police and Firefighter Rescue Woman from Delaware River

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 12, 2021)--A 911 call was received by Gloucester City Police and the Fire Department around 10:30 AM stating a woman was seen floating in distress near the North Wind Schooner at Freedom Pier. The schooner docking at Freedom Pier (photo courtesy of https://northwindsail.org Police spokesperson Lt. Jason Flood, said Police Officer Michael Becker was the first to arrive at the scene. He saw the victim hanging precariously to a rope that was attached to the schooner. Her face was barely above the water. Since the gate of the security fence... Read more →


Samaritan Annual Golf Tournament Drive FORE!

Good Cause on June 28, 2021 Mount Laurel, NJ – “Drive FORE! A Good Cause,” Samaritan’s annual golf tournament, presented by The Richardson Family Dealerships, will take place on Monday, June 28 at Little Mill Country Club in Marlton with all social distancing guidelines in place to protect everyone’s health and safety. All proceeds from the event support Samaritan’s family of services that enhance the lives of those coping with issues of aging, serious illness, or grief, and all those who care about them throughout South Jersey. “Each year, the goal of our annual golf tournament is two-fold: to raise... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Seeking Help to Identify Wawa Cigarette Thief

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--On Tuesday, June 22, 2021 10 PM, the suspect entered the Wawa at 800 N. Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. The suspect jumped over the counter, stole three (3) cartons of Newport cigarettes and then fled the store on foot. The proceeds were valued at $288. If you can identify the suspect in the video and photos call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500, or call our GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560. To send an Anonymous Tip via Text Message to Gloucester Township Police, text the keyword TIP GLOTWPPD and your tip message to 888777. You... Read more →


What Instagram photos can get Automatic likes

You can post any photos on Instagram to get automatic likes and those that cannot be listed at the end of this article and this page. In fact, you do not need to limit your imagination or dwell on one thing it is important to correctly determine the purpose of the publication and with visual content only emphasize what you wanted to convey with the post. It is important to cultivate in yourself a subtle sense of aesthetics and harmony, as well as to decide in what style you want to create. We have already talked about how to process... Read more →


What Do I Wear a Harness Bra With? Body Harness Accessories Make Your Gorgeous

Wearing conventional and relaxing underclothes can get boring. That’s the reason we are permanently searching for surprising and exceptional underclothing patterns. Marie Mur’s bra harness presents strappy leather pieces which look amazing on women's body. Marie Mur adds something fresh to your daily look. We offer a wide range of harness bra, straps, and accessories for women to your taste. Searching for a perfect black bra? There, you can get attractive and extraordinary, but still cozy pieces relevant for both day-to-day and exceptional occasions. You can wear these chain pieces with any of your daily outfits. It will go perfectly... Read more →


NJ'S Pick-6 Rolls to $6.5 Million for April 12 Drawing

TRENTON (April 9, 2021) – The Pick-6 drawing on April 8 produced eight winners of $3,791 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. One of those tickets was purchased with XTRA, multiplying the prize to $11,373. The winning numbers for the Thursday, April 8, drawing were: 11, 17, 21, 29, 42 and 45. The XTRA Multiplier was: 03. By adding XTRA for an additional $1.00 per play, winners are able to multiply their non-jackpot prizes by the XTRA number drawn. The $6.5 million drawing will be held Monday, April 12, 2021. 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... Read more →


Camden City Mayor Stepping Down; Councilman Carstarphen Seeking the Position

(Camden City, NJ)(March 5, 2021)-- - Saying Camden City is on the rise thanks to the decades of leadership provided by Camden City Mayor Francisco A. “Frank” Moran, today Camden County Sheriff Gilbert “Whip” Wilson and Camden City Councilman At-Large Angel Fuentes offered praise for Moran on the announcement that Moran will not seek re-election this year due to health concerns. Sheriff Wilson and Councilman Fuentes also offered their enthusiastic support for Ward 2 City Councilman Vic Carstarphen to run for Mayor and called on the entire Camden City Democratic Committee to join them in their endorsement. “Mayor Moran has... Read more →


A Guide to Renovating an Old House: 8 Tips to Remember 

There are several reasons why people decide to purchase an old house which has seen better days. One of the main motivations is usually the affordable price tag attached, giving homebuyers the chance to enter the property market quicker than if they were to purchase a new build. Other reasons include the ability to effectively work on a blank canvas to create the ideal house and those who want to enjoy an old-fashioned property's original features. Despite the positive aspects that are gained, make no mistake: attempting to breathe new life into a fixer-upper is far from an easy task.... Read more →


NEST: Retail Industry Has Been A Big Help in Curbing Spread of COVID-19

(GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. -- Feb. 16, 2021) According to studies conducted by South Jersey-based integrated facilities management firm NEST, the retail industry has done its part to curb the spread of COVID-19 since April 2020. A data set of reactive janitorial https://gloucestercitynews.net work orders across multiple specialty retailers shows the fluctuation in cleaning jobs, at minimum, runs parallel with national COVID cases (see graph below). At certain points, the data shows the trajectory of incremental cleanings exceeds daily COVID cases. These cleaning jobs are above and beyond standard janitorial work that retailers regularly implement. "When our data analytics team overlapped... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Murphy Creates Council on Green Economy; $100M Expenditure

NEWARK – Governor Phil Murphy announced an investment of more than $100 million in clean, equitable transportation projects that will improve air quality and reduce the effects of climate change while moving New Jersey towards 100 percent clean energy by 2050. Leveraging proceeds from New Jersey’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and the Volkswagen Mitigation Trust Funds, this funding will bring electrification programs, equitable mobility projects, and electric charging infrastructure to environmental justice communities across the state. Gloucestercitynews.net file Politicians Love Spending Our Money Governor Murphy also signed Executive Order No. 221 establishing the Office of Climate... Read more →


5 Bitcoin Investment Strategies You Should Try Out Now

In the vast sphere of bitcoin investments, success is at the offing for those who are patient. And for those who know how to be wise about cryptocurrency trading. We gathered information from crypto-experts and have come up with 8 bitcoin strategies you should try out to get you leaps and bounds closer to crypto-success. Due Diligence, And Nothing Less New bitcoin enthusiasts (and perhaps, even the non-rookies) jump into the world of bitcoins, and cryptocurrency in general, simply because of social media hype. Unfortunately, they take the plunge without reading about cryptocurrency, on their own. The hype is very... Read more →


What are the reasons to become a PA?

Today, many people aspire to become a PA, which is one of the best healthcare professions. Becoming a PA comes with several advantages that, at times, it becomes difficult to argue against pursuing this career. However, do you need some convincing about becoming a PA? If yes, here are a few reasons that will help you. Versatility The PAs practice in every medical setting, specialty, and state to enhance healthcare quality and access. You can think of any specialty the PAs will care for the patients. A PA can practice in cardiothoracic surgery, pathology, emergency medicine, dermatology, and family medicine.... Read more →


Things you need to consider before checking out new houses for sale Calgary

Purchasing a new house can be daunting for first-timers as it is a lifetime investment. It will help if you become careful about each step you take and the requirement you need to fulfill. People are apprehensive while deciding as they fear making a costly mistake. Once you are ready to buy a new property, it is crucial to consider your affordability. Your financial condition determines the kind of house you can buy. Purchasing a home requires a lot of time and effort. It would help if you considered a long-term plan before making the final decision. Here are a... Read more →


GOP Legislators Request Meeting with Biden Following Actions Targeting Energy Workers

One of the first actions taken by President Biden was to stop pipe line which will result in 45000 jobs being loss. ‘The actions you’ve taken have the very real potential to devastate these hard-working Americans and leave them and their families behind for decades to come’ WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) today sent a letter with 24 of their Senate colleagues to President Biden voicing their concerns about the new administration's recent executive orders and regulatory actions targeting the domestic energy sector and the thousands of good-paying American jobs it supports and... Read more →


Travel Alert: Commercial Vehicle Restrictions on NJ Interstate Highways Started at Noon

Restrictions do not apply to New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, or Atlantic City Expressway (Trenton) (January 31, 2021)--– New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti has issued a commercial vehicle travel restriction on multiple Interstate highways in New Jersey starting at 12 noon, Sunday, January 31 based on the forecast for heavy snow and strong winds. Winter weather is expected to begin in the southern region of the state around midday Sunday and move northward, resulting in difficult driving conditions through Tuesday. The travel restrictions are being coordinated with neighboring states. In addition to the commercial restrictions,... Read more →


IRS Criminal Investigation warns Pennsylvania Taxpayers about new Wave of COVID-19 Scams...

...as the second round of Economic Impact Payments are delivered PHILADELPHIA (PA) (January 30, 2021)— The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) is warning Pennsylvania taxpayers about a new wave of COVID-19-related scams as the agency delivers the second round of Economic Impact Payments. In the last several months, IRS-CI has seen a variety of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) scams and other financial schemes designed to steal money and personal information from taxpayers. Criminals are taking advantage of the second round of Economic Impact Payments – as well as the approaching filing season – to trick honest taxpayers out... Read more →


College of Charleston Students from NJ Named to President's List and Dean's List

CHARLESTON, SC (01/22/2021)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 2,600 students who were named to the President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2020. College of Charleston congratulates more than 2050 students who were named to the President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2020. Emily DeBaecke of Columbus (08022) was named to the Dean's List. DeBaecke is majoring in Psychology Sarah Decedue of Columbus (08022) was named to the President's List. Decedue is majoring in Dance and Biology Carolyn Pratt of Mount Holly (08060) was named to the President's List. Pratt is majoring in Undecided Elana Tiger of Absecon... Read more →


Louise E. Tucker, of Gloucester City, 72

Gloucester City, NJ- Louise E. Tucker, of Gloucester City passed away at her home on Sunday, January 3, 2021. She was 72. A compassionate woman that always wore a smile, Louise had a heart of gold. She was always accepting of everyone she met and would do all she could to help those in need. Gloucestercitynews.net files Louise was devoted to her faith. She was a member of St. Stephen's Lutheran Church in Woodbury where she was very active among the community there. Louise often would assist with the food banks and toy collections for her church. Away from her... Read more →


How to evaluate the bitcoin earning

In the event that you are considering what bitcoin is and in the event that you ought to put resources into it, at that point this article is for you. In 2010, a bitcoin cost just 5 pennies. In 2017, Quick Forward and its worth arrived at 20,000. Once more, inside the following 24 hours, the value dropped to 8 8,000, making gigantic misfortunes the holders of the money. In the event that you are attempting to discover more about Bitcoin, perusing this can help you. As indicated by measurements, about 24% of Americans understand what it is. Notwithstanding, the... Read more →


Wastewater, Surface Water and Drinking Water Planning Grant Proposals...

...Now Being Accepted by DNREC, DPH State government agencies, county and municipal governments, and conservation districts can now submit proposals to the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the Delaware Division of Public Health to receive matching grants for wastewater, surface water and drinking water project planning. Proposals must be received by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Eligible projects include planning, preliminary engineering and feasibility analysis of wastewater and/or drinking water projects; stormwater retrofits; green technology practices; stream and wetland restoration projects; small watershed studies; master surface water and drainage plans; and other source water pollution control... Read more →


disABILITIES and Special Needs

COVID-19 Updates and Virtual Programming The Camden County Board of Freeholders declared a state of emergency in Camden County in response to the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As a result of the declaration, all nonessential employees and personnel county-wide were asked to work from home. This declaration was amended to extend the order indefinitely keeping county offices closed until a safe end date has been determined by the Camden County Health Department. As such, all of the in-person programs for Individuals with disabilities who are using wheelchairs or mobility scooters have also been canceled indefinitely. We... Read more →


Two People Killed in Traffic Accident on Christmas Day in Voorhees Township

VOORHEES TWP. NJ (December 25, 2020)--Two people were killed in a traffic accident on Centennial Blvd., Voorhees Township on Christmas Day, December 25, according to Captain Carmen Del Palazzo, spokesman for the Voorhees Township Police Department. Captain Del Plazzo released the following statement, A 2021 Volvo XC70, operated solely by a Cheltenham, Pa. resident, Larry A. Shaw, 68, was traveling eastbound on Centennial Boulevard, when it struck a 2016 Honda CRV operated solely by a Berlin, resident, Carol C. Marks age 84, who was traveling Westbound on Centennial Boulevard. Gloucestercitynews.net files Voorhees Police responded to the scene at 1:21 PM.... Read more →


DNREC’s Electric Vehicle Rebate Program Extended Six Months

Delaware Drivers are Saving Money With Electric Vehicles Delawareans looking to help fight climate change and reduce their carbon footprint can receive rebates for new electric vehicle and charging station purchases through DNREC’s Clean Transportation Incentive Program, which has been extended through June 30, 2021. “Transportation is a leading contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in Delaware,” said Gov. John Carney. “Vehicle electrification is a leading strategy in reducing those emissions, and by providing rebates to residents and businesses we are improving the air quality for a healthier Delaware.” Rebates for the purchase or lease of electric vehicles and charging stations... Read more →


Consumer Alert: Debt Collectors Are Reminded to Mind No Parking Signs on Credit Reports

Seena Gressin Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC There’s a virtual “NO PARKING” sign planted smack in the middle of your credit report. It means that debt collectors can’t report your debt — or your supposed debt — to credit reporting agencies without first trying to check Gloucestercitynews.net files with you. That’s a key takeaway from the FTC’s case against Midwest Recovery Systems, LLC. The FTC says Midwest used “debt parking” to collect fake or questionable debts. Debt parking is an illegal practice where collectors post debts to people’s credit reports without first trying to contact them. Many... Read more →


Want Less Wedding Planning Stress? Plan Ahead

(November 30, 2020)--More than 42 percent of Gloucester City’s population of 12,000 are married couples, and they all had at least one stressful experience while planning their wedding. The experience of married Gloucester City residents is a reflection of America’s views on weddings in general, as six out of 10 American couples who got married in 2018 seriously considered eloping instead of going ahead with a traditional wedding. The stress brought about by the planning was compounded by the financial strain on both parties, as the average cost of weddings in the United States is $37,124. Planning ahead can help... Read more →


Thousands to Participate Nationwide in Artists Sunday

(Nov. 28, 2020) – Thousands of artists in more than 500 communities nationwide on Sunday will take part in Artists Sunday, a new annual shopping holiday that encourages consumers to support local artists by giving the gift of art this holiday season. Artists Sunday is a fast-growing nationwide movement of more than 3,500 artists and artisans who have joined forces with 400 state and local art, civic, and economic development organizations in every state in the country. During a holiday marked by social distancing, their shared message to consumers is this: Support your community by buying heartfelt and unique gifts... Read more →


Air Conditioning Units: Their Common Problems and Corresponding Solutions

Image Source (November 18, 2020)--I think everybody would agree that we cannot live without air conditioning units or commonly known as AC, especially during hot seasons like summer. They make our lives more comfortable since they make every place cooler. When they are in good condition and work optimally, they make everything in our lives so much easier. We sleep, work, and hang around better with them in our day-to-day lives. But what if they are not always on their best foot forward? What if they experience derailments too? Are our lives still as comfortable as they were when these... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Governor Andrew Cuomo's Animus Against Religion Laid Bare

by Bill Donohue | The Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a lawsuit filed by the Diocese of Brooklyn: Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who heads the Diocese of Brooklyn, has a lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court that could prove to be historic. The Dictator Governor Andrew Cuomo All reasonable persons understand the right of government to impose limited restrictions on the public during a pandemic, but only unreasonable persons maintain that such powers are boundless. It is more than unreasonable—it is unconstitutional—to target churches and other houses of worship for special treatment. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo... Read more →


What Is Wash@Home?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(November 11, 2020)--Wash@Home is a revolutionary new laundry service that connects US-based clients with Washers, enabling people who are pressed for time to outsource their laundry while simultaneously providing Washers with a lucrative revenue stream. Wash@Home presents an optimum service in terms of value and convenience, providing a 48-hour turnaround time as standard, with 24-hour service available at an additional cost. Clients (Washees) can enjoy free pick-up and delivery to their home or office to suit their busy schedule, enabling them to spend their precious time doing the things they really want to do. Via Wash@Home’s easy to navigate the... Read more →


How to Sell Your House in 5 Easy Steps

By: Raymond James About the Author: Ray is a sought after thought leader and an expert in financial and money management. He has been published and featured in over 50 leading sites and aims to contribute articles to help novice financial planners. One of his goals is to impart his knowledge in finance to educate and help ordinary people create and achieve their financial goals. There are many reasons why you may want to sell your house. Maybe your new job requires you to relocate, or perhaps you want to upgrade. Whatever the reason, deciding to sell your home is... Read more →


5 Tips to Fix a Slow Draining Sink

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Nov. 10, 2020)You may think that a slow draining sink leaves you with little options. In fact, most people just let the drain empty at its own pace and prefer to turn a blind eye. There are still others who wouldn't think twice before pouring some chemical cleaner down the sink. Sadly, none of these are appropriate measures. If you're prey to these habits, it is likely that you'll have to deal with some heavy repairs in the near future. If you're not up to drain cleaning schemes, you should look for emergency drain services to sort out the slow... Read more →


CONSUMER TIP: What to do when someone steals your identity/video

September 25, 2020 by Traci Armani Consumer Education Specialist, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Did someone use your personal information to open up a new mobile account or credit card? Or maybe buy stuff with one of your existing accounts? Or did they file for unemployment or taxes in your name? That’s identity theft. If any of this happened to you, the FTC wants to help you stop the damage and start recovering. Learn more by watching this video: Not sure whether someone has stolen your identity? Check out these clues that someone is using your information. If... Read more →


Report Released on State of Cancer in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, PA -- As recent racial justice protests and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic illuminate the role that structural racism and socioeconomic factors play in the health of Americans, significant disparities may be found in cancer rates and outcomes, according to “State of Cancer in Philadelphia,” a report issued this week from Drexel University’s Urban Health Collaborative, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, and Fox Chase Cancer Center, sponsored by Lazarex Cancer Foundation. The analysis offers key information to public health agencies, policymakers and care providers to inform how best to allocate resources to promote health equity in Philadelphia. It is... Read more →


New Study: Mortality Rates Declining for Lung Cancer Patients

(August 15, 2020)--According to a new study, mortality rates from the most common lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), have fallen sharply in the United States in recent years, due primarily to recent advances in treatment. The study was led by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health. The findings were published August 12, 2020, in the New England Journal of Medicine. “Reduced tobacco consumption in the U.S. has been associated with a progressive decrease in lung cancer deaths that started around 1990 in men and around 2000 in women. Until now,... Read more →


Say It Isn't So! Philadelphia Public League Suspends All Sports

PHILADELPHIA PA (August 12, 2020)--The Philadelphia Public League has announced that all Interscholastic Sports will be canceled from now up until January 1, 2021. Below is the League's Statement: “In accordance with Governor Wolf’s recommendations that were made on August 6th, the Philadelphia Public League will be suspending all interscholastic athletic programming through January 1, 2021. If guidelines released by the Governor’s office change, or are updated in a way that would allow programming to resume, we reserve the right to revisit our decision and provide further guidance on a safe return to play. Our focus in the immediate future... Read more →


Assurance maladie collective Qu'est-ce qu'un régime d'assurance maladie collective?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 30, 2020)--Les régimes d'assurance-maladie collectifs offrent une couverture à un groupe de membres, généralement composé d'employés de l'entreprise ou de membres d'une organisation. Les membres du groupe santé reçoivent généralement une assurance à un coût réduit car le risque de l'assureur est réparti sur un groupe d'assurés. Il existe de tels plans aux États-Unis et au Canada. image courtesy of Ashkjan Forouzani unsplash.com Comment fonctionne l'assurance maladie collective Les régimes d'assurance maladie collective sont souscrits par les entreprises et les organisations, puis proposés à ses membres ou employés. Le régime d'assurance collective exige généralement une participation d'au moins 70%... Read more →


NJBIA to Testify Against Health Insurance Plan Tax that Will Raise Premiums   

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is urging two legislative committees today to vote against a proposed $300 million health insurance tax that would increase costs for businesses, nonprofits and ultimately all employees who pay a portion of their healthcare premiums. The bills, S-2676/A-4389, would impose a new 2.75% state excise tax on fully-insured health insurance premiums for health benefits plans, MEWAs and dental and vision coverage. The bills are before the Senate Commerce Committee and the Assembly Financial Institutions Committee this afternoon. “This bill would increase costs on businesses and nonprofits, large and small, which have continued to... Read more →