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How Can Med School Admissions Consulting Personalize Your Prep Strategy: 5 Prep Tips

Embarking on the journey to medical school can be complex, but what if you had a roadmap tailored just for you? 'How Can Med School Admissions Consulting Personalize Your Prep Strategy: 5 Prep Tips' offers exactly that. This guide unveils how expert consultants can transform your med school preparation into a personalized, strategic journey. We'll discuss five essential tips highlighting the importance of understanding your unique strengths, crafting a study plan that fits your life, and more. Get ready to discover how a customized approach can significantly enhance your chances of success in the competitive world of medical school admissions!... Read more →


FACTORING VS LINE OF CREDIT

In the fast-paced world of trucking, one of the most critical decisions you'll make for your business is how to manage your finances. Ensuring a smooth and efficient operation requires a steady cash flow, which is often a challenge in the trucking industry. When it comes to financing, two common options stand out: factoring vs line of credit. In this article, we will help you navigate the choice between factoring and a line of credit, ensuring that you make the right financial decision for your trucking business. Understanding Factoring: Factoring is a financial solution designed specifically for trucking companies. It... Read more →


Time to start your holiday shopping ???

The Camden County Hero Scholarship Apparel Sale site is back open for business. Simply click the link below and find that special gift for you, or someone else! In order to receive items in time for the Christmas Holiday, orders must be placed by December 6th https://hero.spiritsale.com/ All proceeds benefit the families of Camden County’s Police, Fire and EMS personnel killed in the line of duty. Dawn M. Ragan, Executive Director Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund, Inc. 162 W. White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ 08009 (856)768-9656 office (609) 980-7013 cell “It doesn’t take a hero to keep a dream alive…”... Read more →


Strategies for Enhancing Your Poker Skills Through Online Practice

Poker is a dance of strategy, wit, and skill. So, you fancy yourself as a bit of a poker fan, or maybe you're just dipping your toes into the river of this strategic card game. Enhancing your poker prowess through online practice could give you the edge when the chips are down. Let’s shuffle through some top-notch strategies for upping your game from the comfort of your screen. Understanding Styles of Play One of the first steps to upping your poker game is to get your head around the various play styles. It's like learning the personalities at a party... Read more →


Privacy without Isolation: Striking the Right Balance with Glass Partitions

In today's modern workspaces, the need for privacy is often balanced with the desire for openness and collaboration. Glass partitions have emerged as a popular solution to strike this delicate balance, offering a visually appealing way to create private spaces while maintaining a sense of connection. By incorporating various privacy solutions, office glass partitions enable individuals to work undisturbed, while still feeling a part of the larger office environment. One of the key advantages of glass partitions is the ability to achieve visual privacy without compromising openness. Traditional solid walls can create a sense of isolation and detachment, hindering communication... Read more →


The Green Side of Glass: Sustainability Features in Tempered Glass

When it comes to sustainability, the production process plays a crucial role. Tempered glass supplier near me has recognized the importance of adopting eco-conscious practices to reduce their environmental impact. From sourcing raw materials to energy consumption, every step is carefully considered to minimize waste and promote sustainability. One key aspect of eco-conscious production in tempered glass manufacturing is the use of recycled materials. Many manufacturers prioritize the use of recycled glass cullet, which is crushed and melted down to create new glass products. By incorporating recycled materials, the demand for virgin resources is reduced, leading to a significant decrease... Read more →


VPN Mac: Exploring the Essential Need for VPN Services

VPN services like 7VPN are now essential in the digital world, they are no longer just convenient, they are a vital tool for millions of people all over the world. Understanding the core motivations driving VPN mac usage unveils a myriad of reasons, each contributing to the burgeoning demand for secure, unrestricted online access. Restricted Content and Evolving Preferences VPN services, exemplified by 7VPN, serve as a bridge across geographical divides, unlocking restricted content and empowering users across diverse demographics. Notably, 75% of males and 25% of females turn to VPNs to breach content barriers, showcasing the universal appeal of... Read more →


DROP-OFF SITES OPEN FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

Gloucester City​​​​​, NJ​​​​​, Nov. 13, 2023 - As the Thanksgiving season approaches, many families and children are giving thanks for all their blessings and sharing those blessings with children in need by packing shoeboxes with Operation Christmas Child. CNBNews graphic file Shoebox gifts prepared by generous donors and filled with toys, personal care items, and school supplies may be dropped off now during National Collection Week, Nov. 13 ­– 20. More than 4,500 drop-off sites are now open. Operation Christmas Child has been collecting and delivering shoebox gifts to children worldwide for three decades. In 2023, Operation Christmas Child hopes... Read more →


Scam Artist Uses Facebook to Swindle You & I

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (NOVEMBER 12, 2023)(CNBNews)--Last Thursday, I received a Facebook message from Maya Loss, who claimed to work for Facebook. She stated that I was one of the 12 winners of $900,000 and instructed me to contact her immediately for the delivery arrangements. Upon visiting her page, I found her photo alongside a vehicle with a Facebook logo on the driver's side door. It's important to note that I have not participated in any contests or giveaways, and I strongly advise everyone to be cautious of such messages. When I first received her... Read more →


Nicholson Road in Gloucester City will be Closed from November 13 to November 15

(Lindenwold, NJ) – Crews will continue roadway and sidewalk restorations on Nicholson Road in Gloucester City from Monday Nov. 13 to Wednesday Nov. 15 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. There will a partial road closure eastbound on Nicholson Road between University and Oxford avenues. “Motorists should plan ahead to take alternate routes and give themselves plenty of time to get to their destinations,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “Also, remember that when you’re traveling through a construction area, please slow down and stay alert for crew members and debris.” The Camden County... Read more →


Taking Your Business to The Next Level Through Acquisitions

For entrepreneurs and business owners seeking to advance and expand their enterprises, the approach of acquisitions stands out as a potent game-changing strategy. Acquiring another business can serve as a dynamic means of propelling your own enterprise to the next level. However, it is not devoid of complexities and potential pitfalls. Swift Growth and Expansion Among the most compelling benefits of acquisitions is the potential for swift and extensive growth. Instead of embarking on a journey from scratch and incrementally building your market presence, acquiring an established business allows for an instantaneous entry into a new customer base, products, services,... Read more →


No College Degree Needed for these 40 Jobs

40 up-and-coming careers that don’t require a 4-year college degree (and 9 to avoid) by: Hank Pellissier | Updated: August 23, 2023 source: GreatSchools.org Construction workers installing concrete/unsplash.com Editor’s note: This is part of a series spotlighting promising career paths that are filled with opportunity — yet don’t require a four-year college degree. Is your high school student eager to earn a salary? Does an AA degree, technical training, certificate, apprenticeship, or on-the-job training fit your family budget better than four years of college tuition? If the answer is yes, there’s no need to panic about your child’s financial future.... Read more →


National Assn.of Women in Construction Philadelphia Foundation Presents Block Kids

PHILADELPHIA PA --The National Association of Women in Construction Philadelphia Foundation is presenting Block Kids – an award-winning national building competition that introduces children in grade levels 1-6 to careers in the construction industry in a fun and hands-on way at no cost to the participants or their families. Happening at the Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 Training Center in Philadelphia, over 100 students will be given 100 blocks each and the choice of 3 other items—either a small rock, string, foil, or poster board. They are tasked with using their imagination to build and present their construction-related project within... Read more →


FROM THE GLOUCESTER CITY NEWS ARCHIVES (1985) Tom Holt Interview

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 2, 2023)(CNBNews)--We are currently republishing articles from the Gloucester City News, which were initially written when the Cleary family owned the newspaper. George F. Cleary Sr. worked as a reporter for the paper from 1948 to 1950, and soon after that, he and his wife, Mazie Cleary, acquired the paper. In 1968, William E. Cleary Sr. began his career as a reporter. Ten years later, in 1978, he was named editor of the Gloucester City News and the Camden County Record. In 1984, he and his wife, Connie J. (Sarlo) Cleary, became the proud owners of... Read more →


Ways to Achieve Seamless HIPAA Compliance With Secure Faxing

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is a critical regulation in the healthcare industry, designed to protect the privacy and security of patients' sensitive health information. While HIPAA compliance is a must for all healthcare providers and organizations, it can be particularly challenging in an era of digital communication. However, one often overlooked but highly effective tool for maintaining HIPAA compliance is secure faxing. Utilize Secure and Encrypted Fax Machines Traditional fax machines remain an integral part of many healthcare facilities, but they must be configured for secure faxing. Ensure that your fax machines use encryption protocols to safeguard... Read more →


Three Upcoming GTPD Community Events

Coming To The Gloucester Premium Outlets This November! A THIRD Gloucester Township Police Community Event at the Gloucester Premium Outlets has been added to the month of November: GTPD Cookie With A Cop! Mark your calendars for all three events, all taking place in the center courtyard of the Gloucester Premium Outlets!: Wednesday, November 1st- Starbucks is hosting our GTPD Coffee With A Cop from 11 AM to 1 PM! Stop by while shopping and enjoy a free cup of coffee and a chat with a Police Officer! Wednesday, November 15th- Home Slice Mobile Pizza Oven is hosting our GTPD... Read more →


Some of the Best Breakfast Restaurants in SJ

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 30, 2023)(CNBNews)--Station 97.3 ESPN recently listed the 25 restaurants in South Jersey that offer the most delicious breakfasts. Several are in our area and definitely worth the time and trip. Here are the restaurants close to us. Lamp Post on Little Gloucester Rd in Clementon. Sharky's on Somerdale Rd in Blackwood. Blair Mountain Biscuit on the Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. Chubby Chick's Cafe on Little Gloucester Rd in Blackwood. Meadows Dinner on the Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. The Eagle Diner on Blackwood-Clementon Rd in Pine Hill. Phily Diner on the... Read more →


Budgeting and Saving Lessons: How Real Money Slots Can Benefit Family Finances

Managing family finances can often be a challenging endeavor, with bills, groceries, education, and other expenses constantly vying for your hard-earned money. But what if we told you that there's a surprising way to learn valuable budgeting and saving lessons while still enjoying a bit of entertainment? image courtesy of Dreamstime Real money slots, those familiar games that you may have encountered in a casino or online gaming site, can offer more than just the thrill of spinning the reels. In this article, we'll explore how playing real money slots can provide financial lessons that benefit your family's financial health... Read more →


John R. Filipkowski Jr., Army Vet., Top Waiter, Owner of Little Dock St., Youth Football Coach

On August 13th, 1933, John R. Filipkowski Jr. was born to parents John Sr. and Mary in South Camden, NJ. Although he came into the world during the depths of the Great Depression - and the scarcity it brought - “Sunshine,” as he was known to friends and family, grew up well and strong as the older brother to Dennis and Cynthia. John attended St. Joseph’s Catholic High School and found early employment as a manual pinsetter at a bowling alley located on Clinton Avenue in Oaklyn, Camden County. Next came a stint serving in the United States Army. John... Read more →


SEPTA WARNS OF POSSIBLE STRIKE BY TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION

PHILADELPHIA PA, (OCTOBER 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--SEPTA's current contract with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 is set to expire at midnight on Tuesday, October 31, 2023. While there has been progress in the contract negotiations, there is an urgent need to reach a new agreement that will prevent any disruption in the City Transit Division bus, trolley, Market-Frankford Line, and Broad Street Line services. SEPTA also wants to ensure that customers are prepared for the possibility of a work stoppage that may coincide with the start of the service day on Wednesday, November 1. To this end, the Authority has... Read more →


How to Keep a Worker Productive in the Office

Introduction: The fast-paced workplace of today makes it difficult to sustain office efficiency. The modern workplace is a dynamic place where a variety of circumstances might affect a worker's capacity to remain productive and focused. This article intends to discuss the methods and approaches that can benefit both employers and workers in maintaining workplace productivity. The Function of a Productive Employee Understanding the value of a productive employee in any firm is essential before diving into the techniques. A productive worker improves both personal performance and the success of the business as a whole. Setting Up the Right Workplace The... Read more →


Why You Should Hire a Social Media Manager

Social media presence has become imminent for businesses nowadays. It has become a critical component of the business landscape nowadays and offers various benefits that must be utilized to beat the competition. Hiring a social media manager is one of the best things that a business can do to get the most out of its time, money, and resources. Social media managers are people who are paid to manage a company’s social media presence. The job of a social media manager is to build and maintain the presence of a company on various social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram,... Read more →


TOP 6 FILE-SHARING APPS FOR BUSINESSES

Seamless and secure file sharing is one of the most important business needs. But, with so many apps available, it becomes difficult to pick the best one for your business requirements. So, to help you choose the best file-sharing app for business, we have created a list of the top six apps. Dropbox Dropbox is a cloud-based file-sharing and storage app. It allows businesses to share and store their files and data securely. It is a user-friendly tool, and you can access your files from any device with the Internet. Dropbox offers many features like online backup, offline access, file... Read more →


After 83 years Gateway Diner is Saying Goodbye

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews WESTVILLE, NJ (October 21, 2023)The Gateway Diner, 106 S. Broadway, Westville, which has been in business (under different names) for 83 years, will close permanently at 9 p.m. on Sunday, October 22, 2023. The diner owners have no choice in the matter; the state is taking the property under eminent domain. There is a new bridge replacement project where the Route 47 bridge, built in 1934, and the Route 130 bridge, built in 1928 will be replaced. Presently, the date of the new bridge construction is not known. Below is a farewell message from the owners... Read more →


NORTHERN LIBERTIES RESTAURANTS COMPETE IN MONSTER MASH BLOODY MARY CHALLENGE

TO USHER IN SPOOKY SEASON Philadelphia, PA - Bartenders were working in their restaurants late one night, when from their bars to their streeteries they beheld an eerie sight. The city's top Bloody Mary began to rise, and suddenly to their surprise the top foodie neighborhood did the mash. Neighbors and visitors are doing the Monster Mash. The Northern Liberties Bloody Mary Challenge will be a true spooky-season smash. With tons of great brunch spots all in a row, the competition caught on in a bacon-infused flash! From restaurants lining North Second Street and even Jerry's to the East, one... Read more →


MAIN LINE TODAY RESTAURANT WEEK RETURNS

FOR FIRST FALL EDITION WITH 40+ RESTAURANTS OFFERING PRIX FIXE MENUS FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Newtown Square, PA - Foodies and dining adventurers take note! Main Line Today Restaurant Week returns for the first-ever fall edition, from November 5 to November 18th. The 14-day culinary celebration showcases the talents of top chefs, restaurants and purveyors in Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties. The region’s burgeoning restaurant community joins forces with Main Line Today and local businesses including Chase Bank to promote the culinary offerings that make the Main Line and western suburbs such a diverse and rich dining destination. Over 40... Read more →


How to Prevent Your Dog from Biting your Lettercarrier

If your dog bites a postal carrier, it could cost you thousands. (NAPSI)—Can you picture a member of your family attacking a mail carrier? Of course you couldn't, but it happened 5,714 times last year across the nation. Dearborn, Mich., letter carrier Tameka Toliver recalls being pinned on a porch by a dog that bit her above her knee. "It happened so fast, even with all my training, I barely had time to react," Toliver said last year. "I'm still scared when I get close to that house because I remember the attack so vividly. It takes a long time... Read more →


AG Files Lawsuit Against Dave's Auto Sales for Allegedly Operating Illegal Car Dealership

HARRISBURG, PA (October 9, 2023)(CNBNews)– Attorney General Michelle Henry announced a lawsuit against a Cambria County used vehicle dealer for illegally selling vehicles — many of them needing major repair — through Facebook Marketplace. According to the lawsuit, David Gaida operated the Marketplace account under the name, “Dave’s Auto Sales,” but was not licensed to sell vehicles. Anyone selling more than five vehicles a year is considered a dealer and required to follow dealer guidelines, which Gaida did not do. The suit alleges Gaida advertised vehicles as “roadworthy,” but in reality, the vehicles needed major repairs and many of them... Read more →


Michael Kazmar III's Eagle Scout Project Includes a Town-Wide Food Drive & Expansion of Helping Hands Food Pantry

Michael Kazmar III needs your help to obtain his Eagle Scout rank GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 17, 2023)(CNBNews)--Michael Kazmar III, a Gloucester City resident, is currently working on a project to achieve his Eagle Scout rank this fall. The Boy Scouts of America consider the Eagle Scout rank as the highest and most distinguished achievement for a Scout. This title is held with immense respect and carries significant meaning in Scouting, school, business, and the community. To gain the Eagle rank, a Scout must earn at least 21 merit badges, exhibit leadership skills, demonstrate outdoor skills, lead by example according... Read more →


CRAFTSMAN ROW SALOON DEBUTS NIGHTMARE...

BEFORE CHRISTMAS HALLOWEEN POP-UP BAR EXPERIENCE FOR SPOOKY SEASON * The Jeweler's Row bar, known for its award-winning Christmas pop-up celebrates spooky szn with a Halloween experience with spooktacular themed food, drink, and decor to pay homage to the Tim Burton classic movie * Philadelphia, PA - Craftsman Row Saloon, at 112 S. 8th Street, presents Nightmare Before Christmas Halloween Pop-up Experience starting today through October 31, 2023. Nightmare Before Christmas will have the Jeweler's row restaurant and bar decked out in all its Halloween glory with decorations from floor to ceiling and wall to wall, including 200 feet of... Read more →


NJ American Water Opens New Operations Center in Lawnside

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – SEPT 28, 2023 – Joined by New Jersey Board of Public Utilities Commissioners Mary-Anna Holden and Marian Abdou, and Lawnside Mayor Mary Ann Wardlow, New Jersey American Water today cut the ribbon on its new Operations Center in Lawnside. Serving the company’s Southwest region, the Lawnside Operations Center brings 83 employees to Lawnside with the possibility of growing by upwards of 20 percent in the future. The company’s Southwest Operations region services approximately 400,000 people in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties. “I am honored to mark the completion of this important investment project for our... Read more →


Jefferson Health Awards 3 Nursing Scholarships

Cherry Hill, NJ (October 2, 2023) — Three Jefferson Health Department of Nursing employees in New Jersey received annual Nursing Scholarships through the Magnet®-designated healthcare organization. The three — all employed at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital — were chosen by the Nursing Selection Committee based on their academic achievements and support of Jefferson’s mission, vision, and values. Each year, Jefferson offers various nursing scholarships: an Entry-Level Non-RN Scholarship, open to all clinical and non-clinical employees aspiring for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree; the Gartzman Fund RN-to-BSN Scholarship; and the Leadership Scholarship, open to current BSN- and MSN-level... Read more →


Looters Strike Center City Stores Wednesday Night

PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 27, 2023) – The Philadelphia Police Department is actively responding to a series of incidents of looting that occurred in the Center City area earlier this evening. The events unfolded on 9/26/23 shortly before 8:00 PM, prompting swift and coordinated action by law enforcement. Shortly before 8:00 PM, an increased presence of juveniles was observed roaming in the Center City business corridor of the 9th District. In a proactive measure, officers from the 9th District stopped a group of males dressed in black attire and wearing masks at the intersection of 17th and Chestnut Streets. As officers... Read more →


Online Safety and Entertainment: Navigating the Digital World

Online entertainment has become integral to our daily lives in our interconnected world. Whether it's streaming movies and TV shows, engaging in social media or playing online games, the Internet offers a multitude of opportunities for enjoyment. image unsplash.com Yet, with these opportunities come significant online safety and privacy challenges. This article will delve into the critical aspects of safety and entertainment, providing you with the knowledge and tools to navigate the digital playground securely. Online Casino Safety Staying safe while playing at online casinos is crucial as is picking reliable casinos with proper licenses to ensure fair play and... Read more →


Data Security in Decommissioning: Protecting Your Assets and Information

In an era where data is the lifeblood of organizations, decommissioning data centers is a critical process that demands meticulous attention to data security. Whether prompted by technological advancements, changing business needs, or sustainability goals, data center decommissioning should prioritize the protection of valuable assets and sensitive information. In this article, we will delve into the crucial aspect of data security during the decommissioning process, with insights from experts at quantumtechnology.com. The Significance of Data Security in Decommissioning Data centers house valuable assets, including servers, storage devices, and, most importantly, data. This data may encompass sensitive customer information, proprietary business... Read more →


Coach USA to Discontinue O.N.E. Bus Service in Orange and Essex Counties

Paramus, NJ – Coach USA today announced that O.N.E. Bus routes 24, 31, and 44, which run in Orange County, Newark, and Essex County, will be discontinued effective October 8, 2023. Dan Rodriguez, Vice President of Public Affairs at Coach USA said, “We attempted to find a solution that would allow service to continue but none prevailed.” He went on to say, “Routes managed by operators such as O.N.E Bus, DeCamp Bus Lines, and A&C Bus Corp are legacy lines that in most cases were created long before the New Jersey Transit was, as years progressed and costs went up,... Read more →


OPINION: Gloucester City Council Caucus Meeting Sept. 18

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist Each month, the Gloucester City Council and other officials hold a caucus meeting to plan what needs to be discussed at the regular Council meeting the following week. The caucus meeting this month will be Monday, September 18th, and the regular Council meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 25th. Here is the agenda for this month. CNBNews graphic file Proposed Update to Personnel Policies (city employees) Employee Rights and Responsibilities Workplace Policies Paid and Unpaid Time Off Compensation and Employee Benefit Policies Additional Policies Returned checks. This is public information so it appears in both... Read more →


Pitching For A Secure Future: Father And Son Take The Mound

NAPSI)—In a heartwarming display of shared passions and familial bond, Saratoga, NY father and son duo, Barry and Daniel Bruno, took the mound as they threw the ceremonial first pitch at the September 6 game between the New York Yankees and Detroit. Beyond the cheers of the crowd and the crack of the bat, this dynamic pair embodies a commitment to building and safeguarding family legacies both on and off the field. Father and son Barry (right) and Daniel Bruno love baseball almost as much as they do helping other families get the insurance coverage they need. Barry and Daniel... Read more →


CNB Medical News: Our Lady of Lourdes/Virtua Hospital Plans Six Story Addition

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews CAMDEN CITY, NJ (September 15, 2023)(CNBNews)--Our Lady of Lourdes/Virtua Hospital is planning an expansion. The hospital announced to the Courier Post on August 20, 2023 that it has plans to construct a six-story tower addition amounting to 254,155 square feet. The expansion will not include any new patient rooms but will include new elevators and renovations to the existing hospital to be completed in two phases. The tower will include new operating suites for cardiac and neurosurgical procedures and for organ transplants. The helipad, which is currently at ground level will be raised to the rooftop... Read more →


Five Good Reasons To Add Print Media To Your Marketing Mix

Newspapers Are Alive And Well And Thriving In the Suburbs By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) As the world has become increasingly digital, print marketing has kept pace or exceeded performance of online offerings. With fewer printed publications and fewer pages being printed, the value of information in newspapers has increased due to a greater likelihood of being seen, as people are more easily able to read small, suburban community newspapers, cover to cover in a short amount of time. The digital versions of newspapers often have many more pages, as there is comparatively... Read more →


How to gather evidence for a truck accident lawsuit in NJ

In New Jersey, gathering evidence is essential after a truck accident. Evidence demonstrates what occurred and who is to blame. Trucks are not the same as standard cars. They have greater size, weight, and destructive potential. Truck accidents therefore frequently involve different laws and procedures than incidents involving smaller vehicles. If you have to go to court, having the appropriate information might be very helpful. We will walk you through the procedures in this post to gather crucial evidence following a truck accident in New Jersey. This will ensure that your rights are upheld and that you have the best... Read more →


ChatGPT or Assignment Writing Services for Academic Writing Assignments

Imagine student life as a thrilling scavenger hunt, zigzagging through challenges. Each year, the academic adventure cranks up a gear as you ascend and get nearer to graduation day. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it all alone. Enter your good old essay reviews service like Essaypro – your reliable team of companions in a world of multiple deadlines. After all, who wouldn't seek backup against professors bombarding you with numerous tasks? Here's the twist: Enter the realm of Artificial Intelligence or AI magic! While you waltz between lectures, jobs, and social escapades, AI buddies like ChatGPT swoop in when... Read more →


Down The Shore:Golden Nugget Michael Jackson Tribute and In-Water Boat Show 

photo provided ATLANTIC CITY NJ -- (CNBNews)--Come out this Labor Day Weekend to Golden Nugget in Atlantic City for MICHAEL - A Tribute to Michael Jackson! Brilliantly executed by award-winning MJ tribute artist, “ICE”, this full-production show includes all the hits of Jackson's illustrious career, along with live dancers and the Even Stephen orchestra under the direction of Stetson Burden. Fans will hear the hits and be mesmerized by the spot-on mimicry of Jackson and his decades of hits. Don’t miss “ICE” as Michael Jackson, the ONLY all live vocal tribute show in all of Atlantic City this Labor Day... Read more →


DINING OUT: Halifax Announces Little Bar, A Craft Restaurant and Bar Experience  

to Open at 1401 Hudson Street, Hoboken One Block from Riverfront One of New Jersey’s Smallest Craft Restaurants Will Bring the Biggest Taste in Town with Signature Cocktails, Decadent Preserved Fare and Small Plates Just One Block from The Hudson River Waterfront HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY – August 29, 2023 – “The journey is part of the experience,” Anthony Bourdain famously said. New Jersey’s newest craft restaurant and bar experience, Little Bar, in uptown Hoboken begs to prove that point by crafting a unique, experientially interesting, miniature sized European-styled restaurant outpost, situated just off the Hudson River waterfront. The team behind... Read more →


Wawa Clementon Opens Thursday; Gifts for the First 100 Customers

New Store Features Free Coffee on Opening Day, Grand Opening Reflects Wawa’s Commitment to Growth, Jobs and Convenience while Celebrating Fulfilling Lives in the Community Through Small Acts of Kindness (Clementon, NJ) August 31, 2023– Wawa, Inc., today announced the grand opening of its newest store located at 1340 Blackwood Clementon Rd., Clementon, NJ 08021 on August 31st. Local friends and neighbors are invited at 7:45 a.m. to join General Manager William Kerr who will do the honors of counting down the moment when the doors open at 8:00 a.m. for the very first time. This ceremonial start gives a... Read more →


TOP SPOTS FOR EAGLES ACTION FOR FALL FOOTBALL SEASON

WITH WATCH PARTIES, GAME SPECIALS, GAME DAY GRUB AND MORE PHILADELPHIA 1) Tradesman's 1322 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19107 (267) 457-3994 https://tradesmansphl.com/ Tradesman's is one of the top spots in Center City and Midtown Village for Eagles, NFL and Penn State action this coming football season. For the new season, Craft Concepts Group has expanded the menu, upgraded the sound system and lighting, and added more TVs throughout the restaurant, bar and mezzanine. Look for 13 total big screen televisions throughout the venue, plus the giant 10 foot long media wall above the bars. Look for special events and parties... Read more →


ATTENTION Grades 6-12 : Enter PrimoHoagies's Most Valuable Coach Contest

…The Prize? A trip to Las Vegas, NV, for the Big Game 2024! WESTVILLE NJ (CNBNews)--Attention all student-athletes in grades 6-12! PrimoHoagies is proud to announce the launch of its Most Valuable Coach Contest. This exciting opportunity allows you to nominate your favorite coach for a chance to win an unforgettable trip for two to Las Vegas, NV for the Big Game in February 2024. Coaches play a crucial role in shaping individual players, teams, and communities by instilling the values of dedication, teamwork, and fun. To submit a nominee, simply visit the website and upload either a 200-word essay... Read more →


How NJ's Lead Paint Law Impacts Residents of Gloucester City and Other Communities

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Reporter GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 28, 2023)(CNBNews)--If you bought or rented a house or apartment in Gloucester City, you probably had to sign a Lead Paint Waiver. There are very few houses built after 1978, the cutoff date for using lead paint in residential properties. source https://www.aaaleadpro.com/Info/new-jersey-lead-paint-law/ Most of the properties between Broadway and the river were built around or before 1900. East of Broadway to Johnson Boulevard, houses were built between 1900 and 1925. We tend to think of Cyprus Gardens homes as being "new," but they were built in the 1950s. Other than... Read more →


EAST PASSYUNK AVENUE TO HOST INAUGURAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

FIVE STAGES, TWO DOZEN ACTS, AWARD-WINNING FOOD, ART AND VINTAGE MARKET, FAMILY FUN AND 125+ VENDORS photo provided Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District presents the inaugural East Passyunk Music Festival, sponsored by Samuels Seafood, Giordano Garden Groceries, Penn Beer and WXPN, on Sunday, September 10, 2023, from 11:00am to 6:00pm. The all day, all ages family-friendly music and food festival will take over East Passyunk from Broad to Dickinson streets. Enjoy a full day of live music paired with award-winning food and seasonal sips all under the beautiful end of summer skies. Look for some of... Read more →


FBI Identifies Cryptocurrency Funds Stolen by Democratic People's Republic of Korea

The FBI is warning cryptocurrency companies of recent blockchain activity connected to the theft of hundreds of millions of dollars in cryptocurrency. Over the last 24 hours, the FBI tracked cryptocurrency stolen by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) TraderTraitor-affiliated actors (also known as Lazarus Group and APT38). The FBI believes the DPRK may attempt to cash out the bitcoin worth more than $40 million dollars. The FBI investigation found the TraderTraitor-affiliated actors moved approximately 1,580 bitcoin from several cryptocurrency heists and are currently holding those funds in following bitcoin addresses: 3LU8wRu4ZnXP4UM8Yo6kkTiGHM9BubgyiG 39idqitN9tYNmq3wYanwg3MitFB5TZCjWu 3AAUBbKJorvNhEUFhKnep9YTwmZECxE4Nk 3PjNaSeP8GzLjGeu51JR19Q2Lu8W2Te9oc 3NbdrezMzAVVfXv5MTQJn4hWqKhYCTCJoB 34VXKa5upLWVYMXmgid6bFM4BaQXHxSUoL The DPRK... Read more →