MOUNT LAUREL, NJ (SBN) —A panel discussion on relations between the press, the police and the public drew a passionate audience to Rowan College at…[Read more ...]
Newark Symphony Hall (NSH) CEO Taneshia Nash Laird hopes a new training program for Newark residents will help them find jobs in the film and television industry, as an increasing number of entertainment companies are taking advantage of New Jersey tax credits to film productions in the Garden State.
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy Keynotes Latest NJ Spotlight News Virtual Roundtable Livestream Produced by SBN
TRENTON, NJ (SBN) — New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy presented keynote remarks on statewide initiatives to improve maternal health at the latest NJ Spotlight News virtual roundtable livestreamed by State Broadcast News. The panel discussion, “Maternal Health in New Jersey: Pursuing Equity Through Systemic Change,” drew more than 200 viewers of the one-hour, 15-minute live […][Read more ...]
“Why Editors Drink” Author Rob Reinalda, Award-Winning Corporate News Editor, Discusses How to Improve Writing Skills
Chicago-based Rob Reinalda, award-winning editor and author of “Why Editors Drink: A Snarky Look at Common, Often Hilarious, Writing Blunders,” discusses how modern writing is failing and what to do about it.[Read more ...]
A Willingboro native, Imani Taylor-Handy, is participating in the Large-Scale Exercise (LSE 2021) aboard USS Whidbey Island (LSD 41).
By Alvin Plexico Navy Office of Community Outreach GROTON, Conn. – A Westampton, New Jersey, native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS California, one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines. Seaman Samuel Scott, a 2019 Grand Rancocas Valley Regional High School graduate, joined the Navy one year ago. “I joined the Navy […]
A roundup of news stories featuring local members of the US Armed Forces.