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Travel: A Wonderful Wisconsin Getaway

A Wisconsin Wonderland By Nicole Pensiero For East Coast residents, the state of Wisconsin often brings up two thoughts: the Green Bay Packers and cheese – lots of cheese. But in terms of what Wisconsin looks like, people often draw a blank. Many of my friends marveled at the verdant beauty shown in photos I posted on social media of a wonderful region known as Door County. Charming School House Beach on Washington Island. Photo by Nicole Pensiero Often referred to as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest,” Door County is a unique vacation destination - a nearly 70-mile long... Read more →


US Gambling Laws: What's Legal and What's Not 

Legislation such as the Wire Act of 1961 and the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 have been the basis for gambling activities in the US. These led to the ban of certain gambling activities. Different actions, over time, have been taken to try and overturn these laws. That's because they restrict the amount of revenue that could come from the legality of these activities. For instance, with the Wire Act, Congress tried for a decade to get a clear definition of what was legal and what wasn't. That was between 1996 and 2006. But several gaming sectors... Read more →


I-295 northbound lane closure tomorrow to begin installation of temporary Browning Road Bridge

Alternating traffic necessary on Browning Road during bridge installation (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a lane closure on I-295 northbound and alternating traffic on Browning Road tomorrow, Friday, July 30 to begin installation of the temporary Browning Road Bridge as part of the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 6 a.m. Friday, July 30 until 2 p.m., NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc. is scheduled to close the westbound lane on Browning Road between Ivy Ridge Road and Victory Drive with alternating traffic using the eastbound lane. The closure is necessary to... Read more →


Nine Garden State Parkway Service Areas to be Renamed After Outstanding N.J Talents

x To showcase the outstanding talent of the people of New Jersey and their contributions to the world, Governor Phil Murphy announced today that the New Jersey Turnpike Authority is renaming nine service areas on the Garden State Parkway after iconic New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) inductees in the arts, entertainment and sports. Nine service areas will be renamed as follows: Montvale: James Gandolfini Service Area Brookdale North: Larry Doby Service Area Brookdale South: Connie Chung Service Area Vauxhall: Whitney Houston Service Area Cheesequake: Jon Bon Jovi Service Area Monmouth: Judy Blume Service Area Forked River: Celia Cruz Service... Read more →


Americans Ready To Vacation With A Vengeance To Make Up For Lost Time

If you’re like most Americans, you missed taking a vacation last year—and really want to take one in 2021 (NAPSI)—One of the many long-lasting effects of the pandemic is a shift in the work-life balance. According to a survey by a world leader in travel deals, after a long year of sheltering at home, 92% of Americans plan to travel in 2021—and they don’t plan to hold back. Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: Americans Reflect on Missed Experiences Americans traveled less in 2020, and they have been feeling the loss in more ways than one: •Seventy-one percent of Americans didn’t travel at... Read more →


13 Reasons to Explore Summer in the City with Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Families can take summer vacation to new heights with a multiday getaway at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Highest Situated Hotel in North America Discover the tallest building in The City of Brotherly Love and allow the anticipation to build as the the beacon of light comes into view from highway, train, or plane. The Hotel occupies the top 12 floors of the 1,120 foot (340 metre) skyscraper, providing every guest room with unobstructed views of Philadelphia and its historic landmarks. Stay from Sunday to Friday and explore special rates and exclusive offers for an extra night above the clouds. Download... Read more →


-295 northbound lane closure rescheduled for next Friday to begin installation

In of temporary Browning Road Bridge Temporary bridge to be used while new Browning Road Bridge is built (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 northbound lane closure that was scheduled for tomorrow, has been rescheduled to next Friday, July 30. The lane closure is necessary to begin installation of the temporary Browning Road Bridge as part of the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, July 30 until 2 p.m., NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc. is scheduled to close the right lane on I-295 northbound just past the... Read more →


Living in Spain as a retiree from outside the EU

More and more retirees from outside the EU want to live in Spain permanently or for long periods of time. The Americans and the English (who now find themselves in a rather particular situation) are the non-EU citizens who come to Spain the most, looking for a different way of life and good health care. Fortunately, for all those retirees whose countries do not belong to the EU, there are several ways to live in Spain, depending on where they are from, which we are going to see. The non-profit visa One of the best ways to live as a... Read more →


NJ Dept of Transportation: Route 42 lane and ramp closures Thursday night

Signed detours will be in place overnight (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced lane and ramp closures on Route 42 on Thursday night as the Missing Moves project between I-295 and Route 42 advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, July 22, until 6 a.m. Friday, July 23, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close two lanes on Route 42 southbound from just before the I-295 overpass (mile post 14.2) through the NJ Turnpike overpass (mile post 13.5). The left lane on Route 42 northbound also will be closed... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENCE: Medal of Honor Monday Salutes Navy Vice Adm. Joel T. Boone

July 19, 2021 | BY Katie Lange , DOD News Navy Vice Adm. Joel T. Boone treated injured service members through the horrors of both world wars and everything in between. He served as the personal physician for three presidents and put his mark on military medicine over the span of nearly four decades. Before earning many of his high-ranking accomplishments, though, he received one of the most memorable — the Medal of Honor. Boone was born Aug. 29, 1889, in the small town of St. Clair, Pennsylvania, to William and Annie Boone. He had a brother and two sisters.... Read more →


Coast Guard Medevaced Man from Yacht Six Miles Northeast of Manasquan Inlet

U.S. Coast Guard District 5 U.S. Coast Guard and partner agencies conduct a medical evacuation on a 58-year-old male 6 miles northeast of Manasquan Inlet, New Jersey, July 19, 2021. The notification was received by U.S. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay command center via VHF channel 16. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Christopher Rivera/released) MANASQUAN INLET, N.J. (July 18, 2021)-- — The Coast Guard medevaced a man from a 60-foot Arrow yacht approximately 6 miles northeast of Manasquan Inlet on Sunday. Watchstanders from U.S. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay command center and U.S. Coast Guard Station... Read more →


A Good Woman Stops to Help at Atlantic City Crash Scene, Struck and Killed

For Immediate Release: On July 14, 2021, a Good Samaritan who stopped to assist a motorist involved in a motor vehicle crash was struck and killed. At 9:48 pm, patrol officers responded to U.S. Route 30 near mile marker 55 in the east bound lanes for a report of a motor vehicle crash. An investigation revealed that a Jeep sport-utility vehicle being operated by a woman, 35, from Atlantic City, struck the center median and became disabled in the left lane of travel. Several vehicles stopped to assist in the removal of the woman from the vehicle. A Toyota Camry,... Read more →


CNB Travel News: -295 northbound lane closure next week to begin installation of temporary Browning Road Bridge

Temporary bridge to be used while new Browning Road Bridge is built (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a lane closure on I-295 northbound next week to begin installation of the temporary Browning Road Bridge as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 a.m. next Friday, July 23 until 2 p.m., NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc. is scheduled to close the right lane on I-295 northbound just past the Creek Road overpass before Exit 26 where the highway splits for I-76 toward Philadelphia/I-295 toward Trenton. The closure will continue past... Read more →


Warrior Games will take place Sept. 12 to 22 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports

FORT EUSTIS, Va. – The Department of Defense 2021 Warrior Games will take place Sept. 12 to 22 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida. The opening ceremony for the games will take place Sept. 12, and the closing ceremony is scheduled for Sept. 22. During the games hundreds of elite athletes, including athletes from international allied nations, will compete in the following 12 adaptive sporting events: · Sitting Volleyball · Powerlifting · Cycling · Wheelchair Rugby · Wheelchair Basketball · Golf · Precision Air Sports (shooting) · Swimming · Indoor... Read more →


Alcatraz East Crime Museum Hosting K9 Meet & Greet

PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee (July 13, 2021) – Crime fighting isn’t just for humans. There are furry friends throughout the country that also help to solve crimes. Alcatraz East Crime Museum is highlighting the importance of police service animals in a new display. The exhibit will open on July 23, 2021, and as part of the exhibit, they will have on-going guest appearances from varying departments. The first of which will be the morning of the launch from 9:30 am till 12:30 pm, where guests can meet local K9’s from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). “Police animals do important work... Read more →


CNB Traffic Alert: Be Prepared for Overnight Closures on Rt. 42 Tonight

I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve and Route 42 northbound right lane and Exit 1B to be closed and detoured tonight Overnight closures necessary to repair guide rail (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the overnight closure of the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound, and the closure of Route 42 northbound lanes and Exit 1B to I-295 northbound as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. These closures are not related to the wall repair. I-295 southbound closure Beginning at 10 p.m. tonight, Monday, July 12 until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, July 13,... Read more →


Strategies to Win Online Slots with Small Stakes

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


CNBNEWS TRAVEL: Ten Reasons An RV Will Level-up A Camping Trip

(NAPSI)—You can get away from it all—without having to leave it all behind. Here’s how: Better than camping, even better than glamping, is traveling via recreational vehicle (RV). Don’t worry if you don’t have one. RVs are easier than ever to rent. There’s a network of privately owned rigs, offered by trusted owners, that allows you to upgrade your camping experience and sample the authentic RV lifestyle in a safe, reliable, and fun way. The rigs come in just about every shape, size, and footprint imaginable, and they’re often easily affordable. 1.Get up off the ground. Camping in an RV... Read more →


Expect Daytime Lane Closures for Paving on Rt 130

Route 130 daytime lane closures required for paving as roadway improvement project advances in Gloucester and Salem Counties A signed detour will be in place for several weeks (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced lane closures on Route 130 for milling and paving as a roadway improvement project advances in Gloucester and Salem Counties. Beginning at 6 a.m. tomorrow, Wednesday, July 7, until 4 p.m., and continuing daily Monday through Friday for several weeks, NJDOT’s contractor, Richard E. Pierson Construction Co., is scheduled to close Route 130 northbound between Pennsgrove Pedricktown Road and Center Square... Read more →


E-bikes, E-scooters, E-skateboards Can Be Deadly

by William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Related: Video of a super electric scooter GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 30, 2021)(CNBNewsnet)--Have you noticed the E-bikes, E-scooters and E-skateboards buzzing throughout the city of Gloucester City and elsewhere over the past year or two. The Governor of NJ signed a law in 2019 making them legal to ride on the street. The law states you must be 16 or older to drive one but we have seen youngsters that look no older than 10 or 11 riding them down the street and sidewalks. Most of these kids are not wearing a helmet.... Read more →


Traffic Alert: Mays Landing Road/Rt. 73 Closed for Railroad Crossing Repairs

(Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced Mays Landing Road/Route 73 will be closed and detoured for priority repairs to a railroad crossing in Winslow, Camden County. Beginning at 7 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, July 1, until 5 p.m. Friday, July 2, Mays Landing Road/Route 73 is scheduled to be closed at the railroad crossing near 14th Street in Winslow, Camden County. This will allow crews to complete priority repairs to a sinkhole near the crossing. Motorists are advised to follow the signed detour or plan an alternate route. The precise timing of the work is subject... Read more →


Beach Drive and Shore Road Closed Temporarily July 3

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ --The Lower Township Police Department will close Beach Drive and Shore Road to all street parking from Saturday, July 3rd, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. until the conclusion of the fireworks event at approximately 11:00 p.m. that evening. There will be “No Parking” signs posted along Beach and Shore Drive. Additionally, due to the large volume of pedestrians on the bay front attending the event, this area will also be closed to all vehicular and bicycle traffic from Town Bank Road to Lincoln Boulevard in North Cape May from 3:00 p.m. on July 3rd until the conclusion of... Read more →


Summertime for Vacation, Dating and Planning Your Trip: Tips for Lesbians

Summertime vacation and dating sound both fun and amazing. Summer is a great time and opportunity for anyone to relax. Travelling is also one of the best ways to start a romantic vacation with so many options of places to choose from. Let’s pay particular attention to the best spots where lesbian couples and singles can find that wonderful experience this summer. What Are the Most Lesbian-friendly Countries? Explore a list of places to travel with your partner or if you are single. Also, you can discover great lesbian dating advice that will help you enjoy your trip. First of... Read more →


SENATOR CRUZ Reports on Border Crisis

CNBNews file photo by Senator Ted Cruz | Guest Contributor As summer begins, I want to give you an update on what’s happening with the border crisis five months into the Biden-Harris Administration. President Biden has repeatedly made reckless policy decisions that have caused the crisis at our southern border—he halted construction of the border wall, he reinstated the failed catch-and-release policy, and he ended the Remain in Mexico policy, which was an international agreement President Trump negotiated with the government of Mexico where Mexico agreed that immigrants from Central America who had crossed illegally through Mexico would stay in... Read more →


Best Travel Destinations in Europe For Families

If you’re wondering where to go with your kids this summer, then look no further than Europe. As a family, foreign trips should be educational, fun, and entertaining. Europe has all these things to offer and much more. Families that enjoy traveling together and seeing places should opt for at least three to four destinations in Europe. While traveling from one country to another, there are several things you should be careful of like, passports, visas, travel insurance, and other critical documentation. To ensure you have everything in order, you should consult with iasservices from Leeds and get all the... Read more →


Winslow Police Investigating An Accident Today Involving Driver and Pedestrian

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, NJ (June 25, 2021)--Winslow Township Police Captain John Leahey released a statement today about a traffic accident on Sicklerville Road involving a 41-year-old pedestrian and a 41-year-old driver. The pedestrian sustained serious injuries and was taken to Cooper University Hospital, Camden City. Presently no charges have been filed against either person pending the conclusion of the investigation. If you witness the accident please contact the Winslow Police at the phone number listed below in the press release. Read more →


Down The Shore: South Jersey Gas Conducting Paving Remediation Operations

Through June 25th South Jersey Gas and the County of Cape May have informed the Borough of Avalon about required paving remediation work that will be conducted in the Borough through Friday, June 25th. This paving is to be done by a contractor hired by South Jersey Gas to do paving on streets in some neighborhoods where multiple work was being done, including gas main service and the installation of excess pressure valves. There will be no paving operations in Avalon past June 25th due to the volume of traffic in our community. South Jersey Gas’s contractor will return in... Read more →


13 Airports in NJ Receive Grants Totaling $6.1 Million from NJDOT

Grants will support projects at 13 airports in 10 counties (Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced the awarding of 13 Airport Improvement Program grants totaling more than $6.1 million in state funds to support airport safety and improvement projects. These grants, which leverage state funding and airport contributions, will support more than of $6.7 million worth of work. “General aviation airports play a vital role in New Jersey’s multi-modal transportation system, as well as local and state economies,” NJDOT Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said. “These grants ensure our public-use airports continue to operate safely and are... Read more →


COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS LIFTED IN PHILLY

Gloucestercitynews.net files PHILADELPHIA-(June 13, 2021)--After nearly 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions, the City of Philadelphia dropped the last of the Safer-at-Home COVID restrictions on Friday, June 11. Part of these changes include no longer requiring that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors, and that the 11 p.m. last call curfew at restaurants is lifted. What’s CHANGED? As of 12:01 a.m. Friday, June 11, 2021, the City of Philadelphia is no longer requiring that fully vaccinated people wear masks in most indoor settings. People who are not vaccinated or are not fully vaccinated are still required to wear masks indoors and... Read more →


*THE GILDA'S CLUB SOUTH JERSEY DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL

The Dragons Are Coming! Sunday, Jul 11, 2021, at 08:00 am to 5:00 pm (Eastern Daylight Time) Add to Calendar Location Lenape Park, 717 Park Rd, Mays Landing, NJ, 08330, Mays Landing The Festival will be a day of Dragon Boat races, a flower ceremony for loved ones touched by cancer, live entertainment, fantastic local food, vendors, and fun for the whole family! Dragon Boating is easy to learn, extremely safe, and an activity where men and women compete side-by-side towards the same goal. Regardless of how young, old, big, or little: once a paddler is in stroke, they are... Read more →


Were you an Amazon Flex driver from late 2016 to August 2019?

June 10, 2021 by Jim Kreidler Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Were you an Amazon Flex driver from late 2016 to August 2019? If so, you may be able to get the tips you earned that Amazon previously withheld. Several months ago, we told you the FTC filed a case against Amazon for keeping $61.7 million in tips drivers made while delivering for the Amazon Flex program. Today, the FTC announced a final settlement order in which Amazon will pay the full amount – $61.7 million – back to drivers. In addition, Amazon agreed to change its business practices and will... Read more →


DarkSide and The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware

The 5,500-mile pipeline system transports approximately 45% of all fuel consumed on the East Coast, according to its website, and runs from Texas to New Jersey. The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Hackers Had a Secret Weapon: Self-Promoting Cybersecurity Firms Five months before DarkSide attacked the Colonial pipeline, two researchers discovered a way to rescue its ransomware victims. Then an antivirus company’s announcement alerted the hackers. by Renee Dudley and Daniel GoldenMay 24, 5 a.m. EDT REPUBLISH Co-published with MIT Technology Review Series:The Extortion Economy U.S. Companies and Ransomware ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to... Read more →


BEWARE! TICK BITES CAN BE FATAL

Wiliam E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews image courtesy of shutterstock CNBNEWS (https://www.gloucestercitynews.net)(June 5, 2021)--Our long-time friend Chalie Huber, aka ChalieTheClip, sent us some information that appeared first in The Washington Post and was republished by Yahoo News about a new deadly tick disease that, like many other tick infections can kill you. The name of it is babesiosis, a tick-borne infection that attacks red blood cells and appears to be growing in prevalence. From The Washington Post/Yahoo News May 27, 2021 article, Jeff Naticchia wasn't feeling well when he set off to work one Friday in late July 2017. The... Read more →


Slow Down, Move Over to Save Lives

Twenty-two emergency responders killed on roadways in 2021 (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick Callahan, along with a coalition of transportation agencies that comprise the NJ Traffic Incident Management (NJTIM) task force, today announced the launch of a bumper sticker and poster campaign to raise public awareness of the Slow Down, Move Over Law. The Slow Down, Move Over Law requires motorists who are approaching authorized vehicles displaying emergency lights to slow down or move over one lane away from the incident when it is safe to... Read more →


CNB Travel Alert: Utility Work to Affect Market/King Streets in Gloucester City

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics CORRECTION (Lindenwold, NJ) – Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works, has been notified by PSE Electric that crews will be continuing circuit work in Gloucester City next week beginning Monday, June 7. “Please allow yourself extra time if your route takes you through the affected traffic area in Gloucester City as crews continue their work along King Street and Market Street,” Dyer said. “Even partial road closures can cause sudden stops, new traffic patterns, and other changing conditions. Be extra alert whenever driving near active construction crews.” On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,... Read more →


$11.6 Billion Hudson Tunnel Project between NY, NJ might BECOME a Reality

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tours the North River Rail Tunnel that connects New Jersey and New York Wednesday on Dec. 19, 2018. Flickr / Gov. Andrew Cuomo (The Center Square) – A pair of federal agencies issued the Final Environment Impact Statement and Record of Decision for the multibillion dollar Hudson Tunnel Project. The move by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) “is a significant milestone for the Gateway Program,” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said in a statement. “This long-awaited step brings us much closer... Read more →


New Jersey Transportation and Emergency Agencies to Conduct Hurricane Evaluation Thursday

No roads will be closed; motorists should expect an increased police and work crew presence on key shore routes (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials, in partnership with the New Jersey State Police (NJSP), the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) and the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA), announced today that it will be conducting its annual emergency evacuation exercise on Thursday, June 3 to practice and refine response activities in the event of a major hurricane. No roads will be closed during the drill. “This annual drill is to practice a worst case scenario in which New... Read more →


Philadelphia: Most All Safer At Home Restrictions Will End June 2

PHILADELPHIA PA (May 31, 2021)--After 14 months of Philadelphians working together to slow the spread of COVID-19 and due to the continuing drop in newly reported cases, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) announced a further relaxation of the current Safer-at-Home restrictions beginning May 21. Additionally, PDPH announced that all Safer at Home restrictions will be ending, with the exception of the indoor mask mandate and the 11 p.m. last call for dining order, on Wednesday, June 2. Relaxing these restrictions is possible because of the immense sacrifices that Philadelphians made over the last year and because more Philadelphians... Read more →


CNB Travel News: Summer Picnic in Croatia – Where to Go & What to Taste

By Guest Author Ana Cerovski Senior Writer, KitchenToast anna@kitchentoast.com | www.kitchentoast.com Croatia is on your itinerary this summer and you couldn't help but wonder - are there any perfect spots and places for everyone's favorite summer activity called picnic? Well, let me assure you, Croatia certainly has it all - beautiful sights, natural beauty, amazing coast with over 1000 islands, reefs, and cliffs, as well as amazing cuisine suitable for every palate. Croatia is truly a favorite place to be during the summer and since this season is just around the corner (and hopefully, traveling will soon be safe for... Read more →


Visit State Parks and Forests in NJ

DEP KICKS OFF SUMMER SEASON BY WELCOMING THE PUBLIC TO ENJOY THE OUTDOORS AT STATE PARKS AND FORESTS ‘Vax and Visit’ Program Offers Free Parks Pass to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations TRENTON – New Jersey’s state parks, forests, recreation areas and historic sites are gearing up to open swim areas, expand camping amenities and offer numerous outdoor educational programs ahead of Memorial Day weekend, Acting Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. Acting Commissioner LaTourette visited Lake Hopatcong today to announce the summer season kickoff, promote the Department’s new ‘Vax and Visit’ program as part of “Operation Jersey... Read more →


What is the best car to buy in Dubai? 

The United Arab Emirates has become a huge business hub for travelers in the last decade. This country has many more opportunities for people across the globe. And when it comes to technology and extravagant lifestyle, UAE is second to none. Its incredible and awful beauty with modern architecture makes you surprised. Dubai is one of the most famous and charming emirates of the United Arab Emirates because of its skyscraper buildings, wonderful islands, thrilling activities, and many other things. Dubai is also famous for its modern lifestyle and every second person in this city has a well-settled business and... Read more →


10 Facts You Should Know About Car Accidents

Car accidents are something which happens every day and are widely reported in news channels and newspapers. But there are a lot of interesting facts about them which you might not be aware of. Given below are the facts you should know about car accidents. 1. Car Accidents Lead to More Than 2 Deaths Per Minute The fact that 2 people die every minute due to car accidents is very disturbing. In a time period of 6 years, car accidents kill more than 100,000 people which amount to the population count in many cities. Car accidents also lead to financial... Read more →


Important Things That You Should Know about Stop Signs: Its Benefits, Limitations & How Drivers Should Act 

CNBNews photo credit Stop Signs, we have seen it everywhere, be it a busy road, parking, etc. they are the cheapest traffic signs that are used to control traffic, but how many of us know about stop signs, their benefits, their limitations, and all such things? If you are interested to know all those then this article is definitely for you. Benefits of Using Stop Signs According to Dangerous Roads, a stop sign falls under the category of regulatory signs and is the only octagonal sign that you will see on road. It guides the vehicle drivers with the right... Read more →


FRIDAY TRAFFIC ALERT: 295 Southbound Lane Closure Before Al-Jo Curve to Route 42

I-295 southbound lane closure before Al-Jo’s Curve to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound on Friday Daytime right lane closure necessary for attenuator repair (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the daytime closure of the right lane on I-295 southbound before the ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, May 21 until 2 p.m., NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., will close the right lane on I-295 southbound after Exit 28/Route 168 through the Browning Road overpass. The single lane closure... Read more →


Summer on the Philadelphia Waterfront Starts with Opening of the Spruce Street Harbor Park

This Memorial Day Weekend, all Delaware River Waterfront Parks will be open and in full swing, with the addition of exciting new food and drink, marking the official return of Summer on the Waterfront. PHILADELPHIA (May 18, 2021) -- With the May 26th opening of Spruce Street Harbor Park, a stroll down Philadelphia’s Urban Boardwalk will lead you right into the return of Summer on the Waterfront just in time for Memorial Day Weekend. Between Race Street Pier, Cherry Street Pier, Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, and Spruce Street Harbor Park, Philadelphians and visitors will once again have ample space to... Read more →


Inter-State Removals: 101

As we develop as a society, distance is no longer the obstacle it once was and with the emergence of the digital nomad who can work where he pleases, long-haul relocations are on the rise. It isn’t a simple thing to pack up all of your personal possessions and transport them to the southern states and if this is something you are planning to do in 2021, here are a few tips. Make Good Use of Digital Solutions – Finding long-distance movers in NYC is easy using a search engine like Google; make sure you go with an established outfit,... Read more →


CNB Travel Alert: I-295 North Right Lane Closed Three Days in Bellmawr

Daytime closures necessary to continue excavation work Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the right lane on I-295 northbound will be closed during the day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week to continue work on the retaining wall investigation in Bellmawr, Camden County. From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Tuesday, May 18, Wednesday, May 19, and Thursday, May 20, the right lane on I-295 northbound will be closed beginning just past the Creek Road overpass before Exit 26 where the highway splits for I-76 toward Philadelphia/I-295 toward Trenton and will continue through the tunnel. The... 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... Read more →


CNB Travel News: TSA at Philly Airport Prepared to Handle Increased Travel Volumn

PHILADELPHIA – The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is prepared to handle the increased travel volume this summer and the agency is committed to supporting a healthy and secure environment for airline passengers, TSA employees and airport personnel at Philadelphia International Airport. However, the checkpoint experience will look much different to passengers who have not flown since the start of the pandemic and individuals flying out of Philadelphia should be prepared for those changes. Nationwide TSA officers are screening approximately 1.5 million people daily, which is a large increase from last year, but still down significantly from 2019, when closer to... Read more →


CNB TRAVEL NEWS: Free Eco-Tours Offered to Guests at Three Provincetown Hotels 

First-of-its-kind packages for guests of Breakwater Hotel, Cape Colony Inn and Truro Beach Cottages Tickets also available for purchase by the public PROVINCETOWN, MASS. (Issued MAY 2021) – Guests of three landmark Provincetown hospitality properties will receive a free customized Outer Cape Eco-Tour as part of their guest package. The tour program, kicking off National Travel and Tourism Week and designed to give the 2021 tourist season a boost, is offered exclusively by Outer Cape Tours & Concierge Services (www.OuterCapeTours.com). Tours feature off-the-beaten-path day trips led by local scientists, actors, and writers, and are available throughout the season at Breakwater... Read more →


How Do You Make a Deposit at a Casino in Canada?

Visiting land-based and online casinos has always been one of the favorite pastimes among Canadian citizens. The unique excitement and fun of casino games have turned many brick-and-mortar casino goers into virtual explorers of online platforms. However, one of the main issues that most of the new players still experience is the payment options available at online operators. In this article, we’ll take a look at different ways in which you can make deposits in online casinos in Canada. How Do You Choose an Online Casino in Canada? One of the main things that any new online player should know... Read more →