NJ physics professor changes career for surveying

James Huebner understands the natural forces of energy and gravity well and sees beauty in them. As a longtime AP physics professor, he passed these ideas on to his students, explaining the scientific discipline focused on the physical universe in all its size and greatness. But in Huebner’s personal universe, …

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Choose your own produce at a local farm

Illustration by Annelise Capossela [MORE: Your Ultimate Guide to Summer Fun in New Jersey] New Jersey summer produce is more than corn and tomatoes. In July and August, the Garden State’s bounty includes blueberries, blackberries, peaches, raspberries and more. The summer months are also those when sunflowers bloom. The best …

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Prepaying Your VA Mortgage: Is It Worth It?

People with most types of mortgages, including borrowers on home loans guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs, can save tens of thousands of dollars by speeding up their mortgage payments. This means that a borrower pays more than what is due for their monthly payment, or adds an additional …

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8 tips for your finances

Through Richard Eisenberg, Next avenue Editor Getty Images As we’ve all noticed, inflation has been on the rise lately – the consumer price index fell from 1.6% at the end of the first quarter of 2021 to around 3.4% for the second quarter. And that has major implications for how …

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HMH à 5: Transforming a vision into a mission

Hackensack University Health Network officially merged with Meridian Health five years ago on Thursday with the promise that the new entity – Hackensack Meridian Health – could change the landscape of health care in the state. CEO Bob Garrett said he believes HMH has done this and more. Hackensack Meridian …

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Cigna Beats Virus Coverage Suit from provider NJ, for now

Through Archive Email Craig Clough “href =” https://www.law360.com/benefits/articles/1399408/# “> Craig Clough Law360 provides free access to its coronavirus coverage to ensure that all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to subscribe to one of our weekly newsletters. …

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Burlington County Launches Program to Provide Mortgage Assistance and Utilities to Households Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic

Burlington County Launches Program to Provide Mortgage Assistance and Utilities to Households Affected by COVID-19 Pandemic MOUNT HOLLY – Burlington County Commissioners have announced a new program to help county homeowners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Burlington County CARES Act program funded by the US Department of Housing and …

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How to avoid mosquitoes this summer

Mosquitoes are so annoying and when you have those itchy bug bites you just want to rip your skin off. It just feels like nothing gets rid of the itch. It’s finally summer and you just want to avoid insect bites as much as possible. According to NJ.com, the amount …

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NJ Budget Proposals for Students and Retirees | Government

TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy, Speaker of the Senate Stephen Sweeney and Speaker of the Assembly Craig Coughlin announced additional Fiscal 2022 Budget deals that will invest in New Jersey’s long-term economic growth by making more accessible university and more affordable retirement. “In our continued effort to build a more …

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Changes in the NJ Medicaid Rules for Pediatric Care

Credit: (Michael Perez / AP Images for Siemens)File photo: Patients and parents at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; access to children’s hospital and other out-of-state facilities could become much easier for thousands of New Jersey children with complex Medicaid-covered care needs. Deb Acerno’s five-year-old daughter has a long history with Children’s …

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Ant Group could share data via credit scoring

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail Jack Ma’s Ant group is in the midst of talks with Chinese-owned companies who would set up a credit rating company while making Ant’s data transparent to the country’s regulators, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday (June 23), citing sources. The new venture is …

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Infrastructure talks focus on how to pay for a bipartite plan

WASHINGTON – Lawmakers and the White House have been looking for ways to fund a roughly $ 1 trillion infrastructure proposal without raising the gasoline tax or charging fees on electric vehicles, debating the new revenues the ‘Internal Revenue Service could generate with enhanced enforcement efforts. The infrastructure proposal, which …

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Meridian Capital Group and Barings Launch NewPoint Real Estate Capital to Launch New Approach to Multi-Family Financing

NEW YORK, June 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Meridian Capital Group, the national leader in commercial mortgage brokerage, and Barings, one of the world’s leading investment managers, are pleased to announce the launch of NewPoint Real Estate Capital (“NewPoint”). NewPoint, who completed the previously announced the acquisition of Barings …

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New Jersey’s Most Wanted Smoker

We all know that smoking is bad for you. Unless of course the smoker is used to make the best BarBQ. You don’t let it know but Newark has some of the best BarBQs in the country. Among New Jersey’s best is Fat Jacks on the South Black Horse Pike …

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Columbia Financial, Inc. to acquire Freehold Bank

FAIR LAWN, NJ and FREEHOLD, NJ, June 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Columbia Bank, MHC, Columbia Financial, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLBK) and Columbia Bank (collectively, “Columbia”), and Freehold MHC, Freehold Bancorp and Freehold Bank (collectively, “Freehold”) announced today that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. Pursuant to the merger …

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What happens when it expires?

Thea Gleason juggles jobs to support her family of four in Little Egg Harbor, supplementing her salary as a high school English teacher with a second job in a warehouse. She’s also usually a waitress, but that gig fell apart when the COVID pandemic hit, slashing her income. So his …

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Toll Brothers announces Cash D

FORT WASHINGTON, Pa., June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Toll Brothers, Inc. (: TOL) (TollBrothers.com), the nation’s leading luxury home builder, today announced that its board of directors has approved a quarterly cash dividend report to shareholders. The dividend of $ 0.17 per share will be paid on July 23, …

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What is a deed of windfall and sale?

What is a deed of windfall and sale? A deed of negotiation and sale indicates that only the seller of a property has title and has the right to transfer the property. This type of deed provides no guarantee for the buyer against liens or other claims on the property, …

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Jersey law enforcement agencies run to help others

The New Jersey Torch Run is a wonderful and very successful fundraiser that raises millions of dollars to support Special Olympics New Jersey. Photo courtesy of Peter Femia This year marks the 38th year in which more than 3,000 law enforcement personnel will carry the “Torch of Hope” through 26 …

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NAVIENT SHAREHOLDERS – INQUIRY CONTINUED by Former Louisiana Attorney General: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Continues to Investigate Officers and Directors of Navient Corporation – NAVI

NEW ORLEANS–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Former Louisiana Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq., Partner at Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”) law firm, announces that KSF is continuing its investigation into Navient Corporation (NasdaqGS: NAVI). Throughout 2017 and 2018, several civil lawsuits were brought against the company by attorneys general …

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Hunterdon County Historical Society: Goodspeed Stories, June 2021

Stay up to date with ALL the latest news from Goodspeed by subscribing to the Goodspeed Histories newsletter. It’s informative and free! Hunterdon Co. National Bank Meets Civil War ** June 11, 2021————————————————————I am continually amazed at how so interesting a seemingly boring subject, like the story of a bank …

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Plaza Home Mortgage Changes Reverse Jumbo Programs

Plaza Home Mortgage, a wholesale and correspondent mortgage lender, has announced some changes to its reverse jumbo program. The San Diego-based mortgage company said Thursday it had improved interest rates and capital limit factors (PL) (LTVs) in its program, which now offers private reverse mortgages up to $ 4 million …

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Can student loan repayment still occur? | Personal finance

Democratic lawmakers, meanwhile, introduced a pair of resolutions in February to both houses of Congress calling on the president to write off $ 50,000 in student debt. Democratic lawmakers, progressive activists, and even cities like Washington, DC and Philadelphia routinely voice support for debt cancellation, but there is no active …

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Smith: a free Russian family imprisoned in Guatemala

Representative Chris Smith (R-Hamilton) called on the Guatemalan government to release a Russian family on Thursday who fled to South America to escape political persecution by Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin. Irina and Igor Bitkov, along with their daughter fled to Guatemala in 2009 after two Russian banks, including one …

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The new emergency policy of the insurance giant described as “dangerous” by critics. It indicates that up to 1 in 10 complaints could be rejected.

Insurance giant UnitedHealthcare is cracking down on emergency room visits with a new policy effective July 1 that the American Hospital Association says will put patients’ health at risk and threaten them with financial penalties. The American College of Emergency Physicians said it fears the change will prevent patients from …

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Governor Murphy must be recalled

Every friend of mine has come to the same conclusion about Governor Murphy: he needs to be remembered and, at the same time, held accountable for his actions. Some reasons: • He knowingly mixed up recovering elderly COVID patients released from hospitals to nursing homes, resulting in the deaths of …

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AGCS Introduces Global Aviation Claims Officer

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) has announced the promotion of Cristina Schoen to Global Aviation Claims Manager. Schoen was previously director of airline claims for the United States, a role she will retain in addition to her new one. In his new role, Schoen will report to Jim Turano, …

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