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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 →


OFFICER DOWN: Patrolman Jimmy Inn, Shot and Killed Responding to a Domestic Violence Call

JIMMY INN Stockton Police Department, California End of Watch Tuesday, May 11, 2021 STOCKTON CALIFORNIA--Police Officer Jimmy Inn, age 30, was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call in the 4400 block of La Cresta Way. He was approaching the front door of the residence when a man opened fire on him, fatally wounding him. A second officer arriving at the home exchanged gunfire with the subject, who ran back inside of the home. He emerged moments later holding an 8-year-old boy and began to strangle the child. A bystander then tackled the subject who was then shot and killed by the other officer. Officer Inn was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. Officer Inn had served... Read more →


Former Camden Catholic Teacher Bridget Sipera, 37, of Cherry Hill, Pleads Guilty

Camden City, N.J. – A former Camden Catholic High School teacher pled guilty and was sentenced on May 14 on charges related to the repeated sexual assault of her former student, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. Bridget Sipera Bridget Sipera, 37, of Cherry Hill, pled guilty to one count of third-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child and was sentenced to four years in the New Jersey State Prison. Sipera was charged in August of 2020 after an investigation revealed she repeatedly sexually assaulted a student beginning in January of 2019 when the student was 17-years-old. Detectives said the sexual assault continued through March of 2020. Under the sentencing agreement, Sipera must also forfeit her teaching license and credentials, register under... 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 →


Video: Harold Earls Republican Candidate for Congress

ROSWELL, GEORGIA —In response to Military.com’s recent article “DoD Investigating Former Army Officer Who Used Arlington Cemetery Footage in Campaign Ad,” Harold Earls, Republican Candidate for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, released this statement: "Let me be clear, one reason I am running for the United States Congress is to remind all Americans that the freedoms we enjoy in these United States came at the cost of many heroic men and women who gave their lives for our country. I have the utmost respect for their sacrifice and they will never be forgotten. The flippant publication of this article is yet another example of the far-left Democrats’ attempt to mislead our citizens through their portrayal of a truth that fits their agenda. I will not let... Read more →


WOODBURY NEWS: The Historic Pillar House Being Restored

RESTORING ONE OF WOODBURY’S OLDEST HOMES: WORK IN PROGRESS! WORC is currently funding the conversion of the historic Pillar House at the northwest corner of Franklin Street and East Barber Avenue formerly German Street). One of Woodbury’s oldest homes, the structure dates back over 200 years. It reportedly served as a hospital for wounded Hessians during the Revolutionary War after the battle of Red Bank on October 22, 1777. In addition, it was an Inn and station where fresh horses were exchanged for tired ones when stagecoaches operated between intervening towns. In modern times, A landlord capitalized on its deteriorating state and proceeded to divide it into three rental units - with no appreciation for its historical significance. The restoration project will see this former... Read more →


Current and Past NYPD Cops Charged with Towning Company Bribery Scheme

Retired Officer also Charged with Drug Trafficking and Firearm Offenses A nine-count indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging Heather Busch, Robert Hassett, and Robert Smith with five counts of using interstate facilities to commit bribery and two counts of conspiracy to violate the Travel Act. Smith is also charged with attempting to transport at least one kilogram of heroin and possessing a firearm during the commission of that crime. During the relevant period, Smith, Busch, and Hassett were New York City Police Department (“NYPD”) police officers assigned to the 105th Precinct in Queens. Smith retired from the NYPD in March 2020. The defendants were arrested this morning and will be arraigned this afternoon before United States Chief Magistrate Judge Cheryl L.... 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 →


Four Former Minneapolis Cops Indicted on Civil Rights Charges for Death of George Floyd

Derek Chauvin Also Charged in Separate Indictment for Violating Civil Rights of a Juvenile Note: A copy of the indictment against Chauvin et al. can be viewed here and the two count indictment against Chauvin can be viewed here. WASHINGTON — A federal grand jury in Minneapolis, Minnesota, returned two indictments that were unsealed today. The first indictment charges former Minneapolis Police Department officers Derek Chauvin, 45; Tou Thao, 35; J. Alexander Kueng, 27; and Thomas Lane, 38, with federal civil rights crimes for their roles in the death of George Perry Floyd Jr. The three-count indictment alleges that all four defendants, while acting under color of law, willfully deprived Mr. Floyd of his constitutional rights, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section... 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 →


Consumer Alert: Watch out For Coronavirus Scam

by Emily Wu Attorney, Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC During this past year, the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout have reminded us how important it is to help each other through difficult times. In May, as we celebrate Older Americans Month, remember that one of the best ways to help your friends and family is to pass on what you know about how to spot and avoid Coronavirus-related scams. Here are some things to share: COVID-19 vaccines are free. If anyone charges you for help signing up or the shot itself, it’s a scam. Scammers may pose as the government and contact you to ask for payment — in cash, gift cards, wire transfer, or cryptocurrency. The government will never ask you... Read more →


India COVID-19 Relief Fund Est. By Philip Norcross and Cooper Fundation

May 13, 2021 (Camden, NJ) -- Philip Norcross, Chairman of The Cooper Foundation, announced that the Foundation is establishing an India COVID-19 Relief Fund to provide urgent support for healthcare infrastructure and medical supplies in those areas of India hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The surge in India rose rapidly over the last month and overwhelmed hospitals in several of the country’s hardest-hit cities. More than 350,000 new cases a day have been reported over the last week according to the World Health Organization. “The news about the current COVID-19 surge in India have been horrific, with oxygen and basic supplies unavailable at many hospitals,” said Mr. Norcross. “We feel that we have a moral obligation to support our global neighbors.” Philip and Carole... Read more →


Kurt Busch to Honor Fallen Medal of Honor recipient during NASCAR Race

The American Legion MAY 12, 2021 A little more than 17 years ago, U.S. Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham’s heroic actions in Iraq saved the lives of at least two fellow Marines, while also eventually costing Dunham his life and earning the Marine the Medal of Honor. Later this month, through a collaboration involving The American Legion, Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) and GEARWRENCH, NASCAR’s Kurt Busch will honor Dunham while driving the No. 1 Chevy in the Coca-Cola 600. And Tony Kanaan also will display Dunham’s name on the CGR No. 48 American Legion car during the NTT INDYCAR Series Indianapolis 500 on May 30. On May 10, Busch met with the crew of the USS Jason Dunham in Jacksonville at Naval Station Mayport, where he... 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 →


Remember the Fallen Candlelight Vigil Tonight; Honoring 394 Officers

Today is our 33rd Annual Candlelight Vigil. Due to the ongoing public health crisis, we will gather virtually to honor the fallen. I hope you will join us tonight. We will honor the 394 fallen officers whose names were engraved on the Memorial this year, and we aim to light 22,611 virtual candles, one for every officer name on the Memorial. Will you join me in honoring law enforcement by donating and lighting a virtual candle today? With your virtual candle, you can include a personal message of Respect, Honor, or Remembrance that will appear on our website. Not only will your message comfort the families of fallen heroes, but it will also lift the spirits of those courageously protecting their community. LIGHT A VIRTUAL... 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 →


PHILADELPHIA: CBP Seizes Gambling Cheat Device from Vietnam

PHILADELPHIA – Gambling is already a risky proposition, but if the person you’re playing against has technology help, it’s no longer gambling to you. It’s just plain losing. Well at least one cheater isn’t too happy after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized their phone-based gambling cheat device recently in Philadelphia. This gambling cheat device looks like a popular cell phone While inspecting an express delivery parcel from Vietnam on April 21, CBP officers discovered an iPhone, a small black box with an antenna, and a charger. Upon closer examination, the iPhone was surprisingly light and the charging port was an Android port. Officers opened the phone and discovered a small circuit board, a watch battery, and a single button hot glued to the... 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 →


NRA-ILA: Delaware Committee Advances Handgun Licensing Bill

TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2021 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Today, the House Judiciary Committee issued a favorable report to Senate Bill 3, to impose a Maryland-style “handgun qualified purchase card” and a handgun transfer registry. It now goes to the House floor for further consideration. Please contact your state representative and ask them to OPPOSE SB 3. Senate Bill 3 requires prospective purchasers or recipients of a handgun to first have a “handgun qualified purchaser card,” which requires a training course. While those with a carry permit are exempt from the training requirement, they are not exempt from the license. The approved permits only last for 180 days each, requiring citizens to continuously apply for new permits in order to maintain the ability to acquire handguns. In addition,... Read more →


Philadelphia Custom and Border Patrol K-9 Potter Celebrates Birthday

May 11, 2021 PHILADELPHIA – What are the only things an agriculture detector dog wants for his birthday? Easy, some honest work and a cup of his favorite ice cream. K9 Potter enjoying his birthday peanut butter ice cream. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture canine Potter serves at Philadelphia International Airport on CBP’s Beagle Brigade, a nationwide unit of highly skilled and highly motivated agriculture detector dogs. He celebrated his eighth birthday on Cinco de Mayo as he likes to do every day – sniffing passengers’ baggage in the search for prohibited plant and animal products that could carry disease or invasive insect pests. On Potter’s last flight of the day, he detected a half-dozen prohibited mangos in a passenger’s baggage after a flight... 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 →


Cathy A. McGinley (nee Pitts), of Erial, formerly of Bellmawr

Cathy A. McGinley (nee Pitts), on May 10, 2021, of Erial, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 60. Beloved wife of Michael of 45 years. Devoted mother of Michelle Costello (Chris), Michael, Jr. (Candice), Jennifer Cummins (Jaime) and Samantha Severino (Nicholas). Loving Mom-mom of Christopher Costello, Michael McGinley, Desalina Cummins, Alyssa Cummins, Macey McGinley, Cody Costello, Kaylee Severino and Nicholas Severino. Daughter of Carol Pitts and the late Howard. Dear sister of Debbie Bangs. Also survived by her faithful companions Neikco and Jasmine. There will be a viewing from 9:30am to 11:30am on Saturday at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 11:30am at the funeral home. Entombment St. Joseph's Mausoleum, Chews Landing. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Homeward Bound Animal Adoption Center, 125... Read more →


How bitcoin will affect the accounting professions

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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 →


Officer Down: Det. Luca Benedetti, Shot and Killed During Burglary Investigation

Detective Luca Benedetti San Luis Obispo Police Department, California End of Watch Monday, May 10, 2021 Detective Luca Benedetti, age 37, was shot and killed as he and other detectives executed a search warrant as part of an investigation of a series of burglaries. The detectives approached the apartment, identified themselves, and asked to enter. They waited an extended period of time with no response before forcing entry into the apartment. The suspect was laying in wait inside and opened fire as the detectives entered the apartment. Detective Benedetti and another detective were both struck. The subject was also wounded by return fire and later committed suicide. Detective Benedetti was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. Detective Benedetti had served... Read more →


Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City Hosts Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models

For Week-Long Swim Search Photo Shoot and More Atlantic City, N.J. (May 11, 2021) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City hosted models and the production teams of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue for their annual Swim Search this past week. The week-long effort was a part of Hard Rock International and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s multi-faceted strategic partnership announced in March. Along with traditional photoshoots throughout the Jersey Shore, Hard Rock Atlantic City hosted a private pastry decorating contest with Executive Pastry Chef, Thaddeus Dubois, as well as a partnership with the Atlantic City Arts Foundation where models and artist Charles Barbin of DUNES Art Gallery painted an Adirondack chair mural to be formally unveiled on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk Memorial Day weekend.... 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 →


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 →


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 →


FACE OF DEFENSE... Medal of Honor Monday: Navy Corpsman William Halyburton Jr.

Navy Corpsman William Halyburton Jr. May 10, 2021 | BY Katie Lange , DOD News Actions worthy of the Medal of Honor don't always come from a compilation of courageous deeds; they can happen in the shortest window of time. That was likely the case for Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class William Halyburton Jr., a corpsman who died on his first day in combat toward the end of World War II. Halyburton was born on Aug. 2, 1924, in Canton, North Carolina, to parents Mae and William Halyburton. He had two brothers, Bob and Joe. In 1940, the family moved to Miami, but Halyburton only stayed for a short while before moving back to North Carolina to live with his aunt and uncle in Wilmington,... 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 →


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 →


LGBTQ Group Files Lawsuit Against Trump Era Healthcare Rule

Plaintiffs Urge HHS to Fully Reverse Trump-Era Healthcare Discrimination Rule Encouraged by Biden-Harris Administration’s Initial Steps to Rescind Trump “Rollback Rule,” Advocates Urge HHS to Take Further Steps to Reverse Regulation, Address the Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Harms It Has Caused Trump-Era “Rollback Rule” Undermines ACA's Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBTQ+ People, Patients Seeking Reproductive Care, English Language Learners, People Living with Chronic Conditions BOSTON — Minutes before a Monday federal court hearing in Boston Alliance of LGBTQ+ Youth (BAGLY) et al v. HHS, a lawsuit challenging the Trump-Pence Administration’s rule undermining healthcare nondiscrimination protections contained in Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that the Office for Civil Rights will interpret and enforce Section 1557 and... 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 →


I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue toClose Overnight this Week

as intersection improvement project begins in Camden (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced that I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue will be closed and detoured overnight this week as an intersection improvement project begins in Camden. Beginning at 11 p.m. Monday, May 10 until 5 a.m., and continuing nightly through Thursday, May 13, NJDOT’s contractor, Berto Construction, Inc., is scheduled to close and detour I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue. This closure will allow the contractor to construct concrete sidewalks on Collings Avenue. The following signed detour will be in place: I-676 southbound Exit 1C to Collings Avenue detour: Motorists traveling I-676 southbound wishing to take Exit 1C to Collings Avenue will be directed to continue on I-676... Read more →


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Letters to the Editor: Remembering The Men in Blue

One of the 22,611 names on the Memorial is Aaron Allan. On the morning of July 27, 2017, he and his wife Stacy put their son on the bus for his first day of kindergarten. Then Aaron went to work, where he responded to a single-car accident. When he crawled into the vehicle to help the passengers, he was shot 11 times. Stacy and her son came to DC to visit the Memorial and see Aaron’s name engraved on the Memorial. Stacy was overwhelmed to see the love of her life memorialized in stone. At that moment, she felt she was not alone—she had the support of friends, family, and the law enforcement community. On May 13, we will gather virtually to honor fallen officers... Read more →


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Top Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional Mold Removal Company to Clean Your House

source pinterest If your home is damp for any reason, or if you use air-conditioning extensively, then your house may endure a mold infestation. The spores of mold can then circulate inside the house and cause a variety of health issues ranging from sneezing fits, runny noses, allergies and rashes, and even shortness of breath and asthma, according to Medical News Today. Even though the mold development may not be easily visible, these symptoms can alert you to the presence of mold in your home. Since mold removal can be a complicated business requiring special skills and experience, you should not attempt to do it as a DIY project but instead, hire a professional mold removal company. Doing it yourself can result in improper cleaning... Read more →


Secrets behind becoming a bitcoin billionaire

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Sleep with Comfort: Searching for the Perfect Mattress for You

Image source The process of searching high and low for a mattress and replacing it can be a hassle. There are several things to consider, including websites and stores online, debating between different types of beds, determining the best material for you, how much to spend, and many more. If you're wondering how you can even begin to search for a mattress if there are many things you have to consider, then this article is perfect for you! Read the seven things you should know to find the ideal mattress for you! Is it time to change your mattress? Have you been wondering when the right time to change your mattress for a new one is? If you see signs that the bed's structure is... Read more →


East Stroudsburg University Recognizes Honor Students from NJ

EAST STROUDSBURG, PA (05/03/2021)-- East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) recognized 344 students who were scheduled to be recognized at this year's Annual Honors Convocation. The event was not held due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Honors Convocation is sponsored by the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) with support from the ESU Office of the Provost. The 344 students recognized have had great academic achievements at the university. Honor students must have of a minimum quality point average of 3.50 reflecting at least 36 semester hours of work completed at ESU, completion of at least 96 semester hours in their collegiate career by January 1 of the year in which the award is considered and a minimum of two semesters as... Read more →


Walt Whitman Bridge Bridge Travel Alert: 4 Month Construction Project Begins May 10

A new traffic pattern with one travel lane in each direction on I-76 begins May 10 Starting Monday, May 10, the Walt Whitman Bridge I-76 Corridor Rehabilitation Project will begin a new four-month construction phase on the corridor between Broad Street (Exit 349) and Passyunk Avenue (Exit 347). As a result of the work in this phase, only one lane in each direction will be open to traffic. Construction activities will include drainage improvements, concrete repairs to overpasses, milling, and paving. The work is expected to be completed at the end of August. Several ramps will be closed during these four months to allow work to occur on the ramps and the merge between the ramps and corridor. Beginning May 10, the following ramps will... Read more →


Dr. Nathaniel J. Williams Awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Kutztown University

KUTZTOWN, PA (05/08/2021) Kutztown University awarded Dr. Nathaniel J. Williams, below, an honorary doctorate at the institution's Spring Commencement Ceremony Friday, May 7. Williams received a Doctor of Humane Letters, litterarum humaniorum doctor, honoris causa. The degree was presented by university president Dr. Kenneth S. Hawkinson during the Friday evening exercise for KU's Class of 2020 at KU's O'Pake Fieldhouse. Williams is a noted author, lecturer, entrepreneur and an international motivational and keynote speaker. He is the president, chief executive officer and founder of HumanWorks Affiliates Inc., a cluster of eight organizations that provide direct social services and management support to social service agencies for the last 28 years. These corporations provide 50+ group homes, foster care/life sharing, supports for individuals living independently, leisure and... Read more →