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Public records published by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and accessed on September 6, 2018 indicate that Indiana-based LPL Financial Services broker/adviser Larry Gregurash has been involved in a customer dispute. Fitapelli Kurta is interested in speaking to investors who have complaints regarding Mr. Gregurash (CRD# 2724498). Larry Gregurash has spent 22 years in the securities industry and has been registered with LPL Financial in Anderson, Muncie, and Winchester, Indiana since 2009. Previous registrations include Invest Financial Corporation in Richmond, Indiana (2005-2009); ONB Investment Services in Evansville, Indiana (2002-2005); and Pruco Securities Corporation in Newark, New Jersey (1996-2002). He has passed four securities industry examinations: Series 66 (Uniform Combined State Law Examination), which he obtained on October 11, 2007; Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination), which he obtained on April 11, 1996; Series 7…
          Sep 28, 2018: GRFP Presents: Writing an Effective NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Proposal at 101 Academy St, Newark, DE 19716, USA      Cache   Translate Page      

Join us for an information session led by Dr. Gisèle Muller-Parker from the NSF and Dr. John Slater from Biomedical Engineering to discuss how to prepare an application and what reviewers expect to see. They will be joined by past recipients of this prestigious award.This workshop can be attended at either Newark or Lewes locations and will also be broadcast live via Zoom to those who cannot attend in person.Seating is limited. Register at research.udel.edu/nsf-grfp/.More information available here.

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          Oct 25, 2018: Louis L. Redding Lecture: Dr. Mary Frances Berry at 134 The Green, Newark, DE 19716      Cache   Translate Page      

The Louis L. Redding lecture honors the late civil rights pioneer, a prominent lawyer in Wilmington, Delaware, whose work led to educational opportunities for African American students in the state and nation.Keynote speaker: Dr. Mary Frances Berry Achieving Diversity & Opportunity in the 21st Century: ^'Now is the Time^'Educator and Historian, Dr. Mary Frances Berry has been one of the most visible and respected activists in the cause of civil rights, gender equality and social justice. She serves as the Chairperson of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission. She believes that each generation has the responsibility to make a dent in the wall of injustice and speaks boldly for those who can’t speak for themselves.There will be book signing following the lecture.Free tickets are available at the Bob Carpenter Center box office or the Trabant University Center box office.For questions, please contact dlperry@udel.edu

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          Passengers on a United flight saw their pilot taking a nap in the cabin — here’s why that's not a big deal      Cache   Translate Page      

United 757

  • Passengers on a United Airlines flight from Newark to Glasgow, Scotland said they saw their pilot napping in the cabin during the flight.
  • Despite photos published in a Scottish newspaper going viral, this is actually standard practice — it's a federally-mandated safety measure.
  • Pilots on longer flights, including trans-Atlantic routes, are required to take a mid-flight rest period. On some larger planes, pilots have access to a separate rest area. On smaller aircraft, pilots rest in a reserved first class or business class seat.
  • On those flights, there's always at least one extra pilot on board so when one takes a rest, there are still always two pilots in the cockpit.

On a recent United Airlines flight to Glasgow, passengers were surprised to see one of the plane's pilots emerge from the cockpit, change clothes in the forward lavatory, and take a nap in an empty business class seat.

However, while this may have seemed unusual at first glance, it's actually common practice on commercial airlines — and it all has to do with ensuring in-flight safety.

Photos allegedly showing the napping pilot — taken by a passenger and published this weekend by the Daily Record, a Scottish tabloid — quickly went viral.

According to passengers, the pilot went to the seat about an hour into the flight and stayed for about 90 minutes. Then, he returned to the cockpit, and another pilot emerged to take a turn napping.

The August 22 flight, United 161, departed from Newark (EWR) at 8:10 p.m., and arrived in Glasgow (GLA) at 7:17 a.m. local time, according to data from flight-tracking website FlightRadar24.

According to United, pilots napping mid-flight is standard practice on a trans-Atlantic route.

Under a set of federal aviation regulations known as FAR 117, pilots are required to rest outside of the cockpit for a certain amount of time during long flights. These flights — which are operated by aircraft with two-pilot flight decks — will have at least three pilots on board who rotate. That way, each of them can get the required rest.

That was the case on this particular flight.

In a statement provided to Business Insider, a United Airlines spokesman said: "The safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. On trans-Atlantic flights such as the flight between GLA and EWR, our pilots are required by the FAA to take a rest break. The aircraft on this route was operated by a cockpit crew of three and this pilot was following the FAA-mandated crew rest requirements."

According to Patrick Smith, a veteran airline pilot who runs the website Ask The Pilot, the key is that there are always two active pilots in the cabin.

"All long-haul flights carry augmented crews that work in shifts," said Smith, who is also author of the book Cockpit Confidential, in an e-mail to Business Insider. "There are always at least two fully qualified pilots in the cockpit at any time."

The rest requirement kicks in on flights that are eight hours or longer, but the EWR–GLA flight is usually shorter than that. However, the United spokesman confirmed that three pilots are scheduled for the flight anyway — allowing each of them to take a turn resting. 

As for why the pilot was resting in the passenger cabin — that comes down to the type of aircraft being flown, a Boeing 757.

The 757 is a mid-sized, narrow-body plane, similar to the venerable 737 but with a larger capacity and greater range. It's often used on shorter trans-Atlantic routes, since it's smaller and cheaper to operate than the wide-body jets that operate most long-haul flights.

According to Smith, who flies the 757, small and mid-size aircraft don't have a separate crew rest area.

"We use a designated seat in a first or business class," he said, "usually cordoned off with a curtain."

Larger aircraft, on the other hand, often have a dedicated crew rest compartment for pilots to use.

"There are three different classes of crew rest areas," said Ben Granucci, a senior editor of NYCAviation.com. "Class 1 rest areas are bunks, typically located above the passenger compartment. The pilots are completely separated from the passengers."

The second type, Class 2, is simply a lie-flat first or business class seat in the passenger cabin, sometimes — but not always — separated from the rest of the cabin by a curtain. Class 3 areas are simply recliner-style seats.

Passengers often won't notice the pilots taking their scheduled rest period, but sometimes, a flight crew will take proactive measures to avoid confusion, according to Smith.

"Some pilots will make a public address announcement reminding passengers that they might see a pilot resting in the cabin," he said. "That this is normal and two pilots are always at the controls."

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          Energy Seminar: Carla J. Peterman      Cache   Translate Page      
Date: Monday, October 8, 2018. 4:30 PM.
Location: NVIDIA Auditorium, Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center

Speaker Biography:

Carla J. Peterman is a Commissioner at the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). She was appointed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. in December 2012.

Commissioner Peterman is the assigned Commissioner to a number of energy, communications, and water proceedings including energy efficiency, alternative transportation, energy storage, and PCIA reform.

The commissioner’s key interest areas include decarbonization policy, energy markets, and technology adoption. She has led several CPUC clean-energy initiatives including the adoption of the nation’s first utility energy storage mandate, the first framework for energy storage multi-use applications, approval of $965 million of utility investments in electric vehicle charging infrastructure, adoption of utility energy efficiency goals and business plans, and the implementation of California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS). Commissioner Peterman has also been the assigned commissioner for rate cases for Pacific Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, California-American Water Company, and San Jose Water Company.

She has also led several telecommunications proceedings, including a competition analysis of the telecommunications sector, and reform of the California Teleconnect Fund.

Commissioner Peterman was previously appointed by Governor Brown, in 2011, to the California Energy Commission (CEC) where she was lead Commissioner for renewables, transportation, natural gas, and the 2012 Integrated Energy Policy Report. At the CEC, Commissioner Peterman oversaw the implementation of California’s RPS regulations for publicly owned utilities, the New Solar Home Partnership Program, and the $100 million annual Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.

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She has also received several recognitions for her public service, including KJLH Proven Achievers Award (2018), C3E Government Award (2015), Clean Energy Storage Alliance’s 2015 Policy Champion award; Coalition for Clean Air’s 2014 Clean Air Champion award, and the California Legislative Black Caucus’ Horizon Award (2013).

Earlier in her career, from 2006 to 2011, Commissioner Peterman conducted energy policy research at the University of California Energy Institute and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She also served as an environmental business analyst at the community redevelopment non-profit Isles Inc., and an associate focused on energy financing in the investment banking division at Lehman Brothers.

Born and raised in Newark and South Orange, New Jersey, Commissioner Peterman holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Energy and Resources from The University of California Berkeley. 

She also earned a Master of Science degree and a Master of Business Administration degree from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. Commissioner Peterman holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Howard University, where she graduated summa cum laude. Commissioner Peterman resides in the Bay area and enjoys reading and family time with her husband and son.


          Dieter Mehl (1933-2018)      Cache   Translate Page      

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 29.0320  Wednesday, 12 September 2018

 

From:        Hardy M. Cook <Editor@shaksper.net>

Date:         September 12, 2018 at 6:07:44 AM EDT

Subject:    Dieter Mehl (1933-2018)

 

From International Shakespeare Conference:

 

I’m writing with the sad news that Dieter Mehl passed away on 3 September. Dieter was formerly President of the German Shakespeare Society, and he attended the ISC over many years. I commend the attached obituary as a warm reminder of his personality and a record of his wide-ranging scholarly achievements. His death represents a considerable loss to the community of Shakespeareans.

 

Professor John Jowett

The Shakespeare Institute

International Shakespeare Conference Secretary

 

 

Dietmar Kanthak, General-Anzeiger Bonn, 04 September 2018 (Bonn), page 9.

 

Quality above all else

Obituary for Dieter Mehl (21 September 1933-3 September 2018)

 

A scholar of the first rank, Mehl was a softly-spoken man. But beneath the surface his stance was invariably considered and unambiguous. During his time as President of the German Shakespeare Society he both welcomed and paid tribute to many of the conference speakers who had been invited there. If you had the eyes and feel for it, it was possible to read Mehl’s introductions and words of thanks between the lines. There was always a value judgment hidden in his friendly turns of phrase. Mehl very often used a compliment to pass on his criticism of less-than-outstanding talks and papers . 

 

Sometimes his fine sense of irony was visible only in the subtlest change of facial expression. But the important point in each and every case was that there had to be criticism: it was Mehl’s lifeblood as a critic. This professor set the greatest store by the highest quality in scholarship. It certainly did not happen by chance. At the end of his book Shakespeare’s Hamlet (C. H. Beck, 2007), Mehl noted: “I would also like to thank my academic teachers and mentors who first helped me truly to understand Hamlet: Levin Ludwig Schücking, Wolfgang Clemen and Clifford Leech.” Big names, all three and true giants in the field of English studies. And it was in these academic circles that Dieter Mehl, born in Munich in 1933, also felt at home. The evidence can be found in his publications on Shakespeare, medieval English literature, the drama and lyric poetry of the Renaissance, and modern literature, with a particular focus on D. H. Lawrence.

 

Mehl studied English and German Studies and History at the Universities of Munich, Durham, and Göttingen. In 1960 he received his doctorate from the University of Munich on the subject of “The Elizabethan Dumb Show”. From 1968 to 1998 he taught at the University of Bonn. 

 

As the first President of the reunified Shakespeare Society, Mehl saw history being written before his eyes. Founded in 1864 in Weimar, the Society is one of the most important literary associations in Germany. A casualty of the divided Germany, it was one of German Reunification’s very many beneficiaries. Mehl was heavily involved in the business of bringing together the separated Societies with all possible speed. In hindsight it now seems only fitting that he was the one who presided over the Shakespeare Society as it embarked on its new journey, shaped once again by a common and shared purpose. In 1993 he was the perfect “Wessi” in Weimar. With the reunification of the Societies, which he chaired as President from 1993 to 2002, a thing that he had long yearned for had at last become a reality.

 

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Dietmar Kanthak, General-Anzeiger Bonn, 04.09.2018 (Bonn), Seite 9.

 

Qualität muss sein

 

Zum Tod des Bonner Anglisten Dieter Mehl (21.09.1933-03.09.2018)

 

Der große Gelehrte Mehl war ein Mann der leisen Töne. Dahinter verbarg sich aber stets eine klare Haltung. In seiner Zeit als Präsident der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft musste er viele Gäste als Redner bei den Tagungen der literarischen Vereinigung begrüßen und würdigen. Wer wollte und ein Sensorium dafür besaß, konnte in den Einführungen und Dankesworten Mehls zwischen den Zeilen lesen. In seinen freundlichen Formulierungen verbarg sich immer auch ein Urteil. Die Kritik an nicht so glänzenden philologischen Vorträgen überreichte Mehl häufig in Form eines Kompliments.

 

Manchmal wurde die feine Ironie auch nur im subtilen Mienenspiel sichtbar. In jedem Fall galt: Kritik musste sein, da konnte Mehl nicht aus seiner Haut. Dieser Professor legte Wert auf höchste Qualität. Das kam nicht von ungefähr. Am Ende seines Buches „Shakespeares Hamlet“ (C. H. Beck, 2007) notierte Mehl: „Dank schulde ich auch meinen akademischen Lehrern, die mir den Text des Hamlet nahe gebracht haben: Levin Ludwig Schücking, Wolfgang Clemen und Clifford Leech.“ Große Namen, Giganten der Anglistik. In deren akademischen Sphären war auch der 1933 in München geborene Dieter Mehl zu Hause. Davon zeugen seine Veröffentlichungen zu Shakespeare, englischer Literatur des Mittelalters, Lyrik und Drama der Renaissance und zu moderner Literatur unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von D. H. Lawrence. 

 

Mehl studierte Anglistik, Germanistik und Geschichte an den Universitäten von München, Durham und Göttingen. 1960 wurde er an der Universität München über das Thema „Die Funktion des ,Dumb Show' im elisabethanischen Drama“ promoviert. Zwischen 1968 und 1998 lehrte Mehl an der Bonner Universität. 

 

Mehl war als erster Präsident der wiedervereinigten Shakespeare-Gesellschaft mittendrin, als Geschichte geschrieben wurde. Die 1864 in Weimar gegründete Gesellschaft ist eine der bedeutendsten literarischen Vereinigungen des Landes. Sie war Opfer der Teilung Deutschlands und Nutznießer ihrer Überwindung 1990.

Mehl war maßgeblich am Prozess der raschen Annäherung der Gesellschaften beteiligt. Es erscheint in der Rückschau nur konsequent, dass er als Präsident den Aufbruch in die neue gemeinsame Zukunft mitgestaltete. Er war 1993 der perfekte Wessi in Weimar. Mit der Wiedervereinigung der Gesellschaften, die er zwischen 1993 und 2002 als Präsident leitete, war für ihn eine „herbeigesehnte Situation“ Wirklichkeit geworden.

 

Publications 

 

Books and Critical Editions

Die Funktion des 'Dumb Show' im elisabethanischen Drama (doctoral thesis, München, 1960).

Die Pantomime im Drama der Shakespearezeit, Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft West, X (Heidelberg, 1964); [extended version of the doctoral thesis].

The Elizabethan Dumb Show: The History of a Dramatic Convention (London, 1965); extended translation.

Die mittelenglischen Romanzen des 13. und 14. Jahrhunderts, Anglistische Forschungen, 93 (Heidelberg, 1967).

The Middle English Romances of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (London, 1968); extended translation.

Geoffrey Chaucer. Eine Einführung in seine erzählenden Dichtungen, Grundlagen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 7 (Berlin, 1973).

Der englische Roman bis zum Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts, Studienreihe Englisch,28 (Düsseldorf, 1977).

Die Tragödien Shakespeares. Eine Einführung, Grundlagen der Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 13 (Berlin, 1983).

Die Zeit der Renaissance, in: Schirmer, Walter F., Geschichte der englischen und amerikanischen Literatur, 6. Aufl. (Tübingen, 1983), I, 227-347.

Geoffrey Chaucer: An Introduction to his Narrative Poetry (Cambridge, 1986).

Shakespeare's Tragedies: An Introduction (Cambridge, 1986).

D. H. Lawrence, The Fox, The Captain's Doll, The Ladybird, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence (Cambridge, 1992).

D. H. Lawrence, The Fox, The Captain's Doll, The Ladybird, ed. Dieter Mehl with an Introduction and Notes by David Ellis, Penguin Books (London, 1994) [The Cambridge D. H. Lawrence]; with new chronology, introduction by Helen Dunmore, further reading etc, Penguin Classics, 2006.

D. H. Lawrence, The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence (Cambridge, 1995) [with Christa Jansohn].

Was sollen Anglisten und Amerikanisten lesen? (Berlin, 1995) [with Hans Bungert and Christa Jansohn].

D. H. Lawrence, The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories, ed. Dieter Mehl and Christa Jansohn with an Introduction and Notes by N. H. Reeve, Penguin Books (London, 1996) [The Cambridge D. H. Lawrence]

D. H. Lawrence, The First and Second Lady Chatterley Novels, The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence (Cambridge, 1999) [with Christa Jansohn]

English Literature in the Age of Chaucer, Longman Literature in English Series (London, 2001).

The Reception of D. H. Lawrence in Europe, The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe (London, 2007) [with Christa Jansohn].

Shakespeares Hamlet, Beck Wissen (München, 2007).

Eine historische Episode: Die Wiedervereinigung der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft. Persönliche Erinnerungen. Studien zur Englischen Literatur, 26 (Münster, 2013).

 

 

Editions

Das Vorlesebuch (Ebenhausen, 1954).

Das Vorlesebuch II (Ebenhausen, 1955) revised new edition of both volumes as Das Große Vorlesebuch (Ebenhausen, 1966).

Sein Reich - die Erde. Eine Anthologie aus unserer Zeit (Berlin, 1956).

Das englische Drama. Vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, 2 Bde. (Düsseldorf, 1970).

Essays and Studies (London, 1979).

Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, vol. 219-252 (1982-2001); co-edited with Christa Jansohn: 2001-2015): http://www.esv.info/z/archiv/zeitschriften.html

European Studies in English Literature (Cambridge, 1987- ).

Studien zur englischen Literatur (Münster, 1990- ). http://www.lit-verlag.de/reihe/SEL

Wolfgang Clemen, Interpretationen zur englischen Literatur (Münster, 1992) [with Wolfgang Weiß].

Shakespeares Sonette in europäischen Perspektiven (Münster, 1993) [mit Wolfgang Weiß].

Shakespeare and the Twentieth Century. The Selected Proceedings of the Shakespeare Association World Congress Los Angeles, 1996, ed. Jonathan Bate,, Jill L. Levenson and Dieter Mehl. Newark and London, 1998

Plotting Early Modern London. New Essays on Jacobean City Comedy, ed. Dieter Mehl, Angela Stock and Anne-Julia Zwierlein.. Aldershot, Hampshire, 2004.

Shakespeare unter den Deutschen. Vorträge des Symposiums vom 15. Bis 17.Mai 2014 in der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur| Mainz, ed Christa Jansohn, unter Mitwirkung von Werner Habicht, Dieter Mehl und Philip Redl (Stuttgart: Steiner, 2015).

Shakespeare Jubilees: 1769 – 2014, ed. Christa Jansohn. Dieter Mehl (Münster: LIT, 2015) 

 

 

Translations

Charles Dickens, The Two Tales of the Bagman / Die zwei Erzählungen des Handlungsreisenden, Edition Langewiesche (Ebenhausen, 1957, dtv zweisprachig, 1978; überarbeitete Neuausgabe als The Bagman’s Tales / Die Erzählungen des Handlungsreisenden, dtv, 2002).

Geoffrey Chaucer, Five Canterbury Tales / Fünf Canterbury-Geschichten, Edition Langewiesche (Ebenhausen, 1958, 2. Aufl. 1964).

Jonathan Swift, A Voyage to Liliput / Gulliver's Reise nach Liliput, Edition Langewiesche (Ebenhausen, 1959,, dtv zweisprachig, 1977, überarb. Ausg. 1983).

English Poems / Englische Gedichte, ausgewählt und in Prosa übersetzt, Edition Langewiesche (Ebenhausen, 1965, Neuausgabe, dtv zweisprachig, 1981).

 

 

Articles and Notes

c. 130 articles and notes in various journals (publications on topics ranging from the middle ages to the 20th century [amongst others, the Renaissance, Shakespeare’s non-dramatic works, D. H. Lawrence, Editorial Studies, Reception History]).

 

 

Reviews

c. 370 reviews in various journals.

 

 


          Cardinal Wuerl to ask pope to accept his resignation      Cache   Translate Page      

Washington D.C., Sep 12, 2018 / 04:50 pm (CNA).- An archdiocesan spokesman has confirmed that Cardinal Donald Wuerl will soon ask Pope Francis to accept his resignation as the Archbishop of Washington, D.C.

In a Sept. 11 letter to priests, Wuerl said that he would soon meet with the pope to discuss his future, but did not state at the time that he would ask the pope to allow him to resign.

The text of that letter has been posted on the website of the archdiocesan magazine.

A spokesman for Wuerl confirmed to CNA Sept. 12 that, at their next meeting, the cardinal intends to formally ask Pope Francis to allow him to step down. 

“Cardinal Wuerl understands that healing from the abuse crisis requires a new beginning and this includes new leadership for the Archdiocese of Washington,” the spokesman said.

As required by canon law, Wuerl originally submitted his resignation on Nov. 12, 2015, after turning 75 years old.

After Wuerl made a trip to Rome in late August, media reports said that Pope Francis had instructed the cardinal to return to Washington and consult with his clergy about the best way forward for him and the archdiocese.

In a meeting with priests held Labor Day, Wuerl said he would be taking time to pray and reflect on how best to proceed.

The cardinal has been the subject of considerable criticism in recent months. As the successor to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, Wuerl has faced questions about his knowledge of sexual abuse allegations made against McCarrick, which were first reported to the public June 20.

Following the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report at the end of July, Wuerl’s record as Bishop of Pittsburgh, where he served from 1988 until 2006, came under close scrutiny. Some cases in the report raised concerns that Wuerl had allowed priests accused of abuse to remain in ministry after allegations had been made.

Although he has faced calls to step down and several recent demonstrations outside his residence, it has been widely believed that Wuerl hoped to remain in his position at least until the general session of the U.S. bishops’ conference in November. That session is expected to focus on the fallout of the recent sexual abuse crises, and Wuerl was said to want to play and active part in helping the Church respond.

Speculation will now turn to the candidates to succeed him in Washington. The Archdiocese of Washington is a highly visible and sensitive post, requiring political and ecclesial acumen. In the wake of the McCarrick scandals, Wuerl’s successor will be expected to lead reform initiatives and restore trust in archdiocesan leadership.

Sources in Rome have told CNA that on his recent visit, Cardinal Wuerl presented several suggestions for his eventual replacement in Washington. While the list remains confidential, several curial sources told CNA that one bishop named was Archbishop Bernard Hebda, the Archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis.

Hebda arrived in Minneapolis as an emergency apostolic administrator in 2015 following the resignation of Archbishop Nienstedt, who was himself accused of sexual misconduct. At the same time, Hebda served as the coadjutor Archbishop of Newark and had been slated to succeed Archbishop John Myers.

While in Newark, Hedba gained a reputation as a reformer with a close interest in archdiocesan affairs, conducting unannounced visits to priests and parishes, and choosing to live on the campus of Seton Hall University where the archdiocesan seminary is housed.

Following his arrival in Minneapolis, Hebda brought the archdiocese through a protracted bankruptcy process, following multiple suits brought against it for cases of sexual abuse.

The Archdiocese of Washington told CNA that no firm date had been agreed for Cardinal Wuerl to meet with Pope Francis, adding that the meeting would take place as soon as is convenient for the pope.


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Washington D.C., Sep 12, 2018 / 04:50 pm (CNA).- An archdiocesan spokesman has confirmed that Cardinal Donald Wuerl will soon ask Pope Francis to accept his resignation as the Archbishop of Washington, D.C.

In a Sept. 11 letter to priests, Wuerl said that he would soon meet with the pope to discuss his future, but did not state at the time that he would ask the pope to allow him to resign.

The text of that letter has been posted on the website of the archdiocesan magazine.

A spokesman for Wuerl confirmed to CNA Sept. 12 that, at their next meeting, the cardinal intends to formally ask Pope Francis to allow him to step down. 

“Cardinal Wuerl understands that healing from the abuse crisis requires a new beginning and this includes new leadership for the Archdiocese of Washington,” the spokesman said.

As required by canon law, Wuerl originally submitted his resignation on Nov. 12, 2015, after turning 75 years old.

After Wuerl made a trip to Rome in late August, media reports said that Pope Francis had instructed the cardinal to return to Washington and consult with his clergy about the best way forward for him and the archdiocese.

In a meeting with priests held Labor Day, Wuerl said he would be taking time to pray and reflect on how best to proceed.

The cardinal has been the subject of considerable criticism in recent months. As the successor to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, Wuerl has faced questions about his knowledge of sexual abuse allegations made against McCarrick, which were first reported to the public June 20.

Following the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report at the end of July, Wuerl’s record as Bishop of Pittsburgh, where he served from 1988 until 2006, came under close scrutiny. Some cases in the report raised concerns that Wuerl had allowed priests accused of abuse to remain in ministry after allegations had been made.

Although he has faced calls to step down and several recent demonstrations outside his residence, it has been widely believed that Wuerl hoped to remain in his position at least until the general session of the U.S. bishops’ conference in November. That session is expected to focus on the fallout of the recent sexual abuse crises, and Wuerl was said to want to play and active part in helping the Church respond.

Speculation will now turn to the candidates to succeed him in Washington. The Archdiocese of Washington is a highly visible and sensitive post, requiring political and ecclesial acumen. In the wake of the McCarrick scandals, Wuerl’s successor will be expected to lead reform initiatives and restore trust in archdiocesan leadership.

Sources in Rome have told CNA that on his recent visit, Cardinal Wuerl presented several suggestions for his eventual replacement in Washington. While the list remains confidential, several curial sources told CNA that one bishop named was Archbishop Bernard Hebda, the Archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis.

Hebda arrived in Minneapolis as an emergency apostolic administrator in 2015 following the resignation of Archbishop Nienstedt, who was himself accused of sexual misconduct. At the same time, Hebda served as the coadjutor Archbishop of Newark and had been slated to succeed Archbishop John Myers.

While in Newark, Hedba gained a reputation as a reformer with a close interest in archdiocesan affairs, conducting unannounced visits to priests and parishes, and choosing to live on the campus of Seton Hall University where the archdiocesan seminary is housed.

Following his arrival in Minneapolis, Hebda brought the archdiocese through a protracted bankruptcy process, following multiple suits brought against it for cases of sexual abuse.

The Archdiocese of Washington told CNA that no firm date had been agreed for Cardinal Wuerl to meet with Pope Francis, adding that the meeting would take place as soon as is convenient for the pope.


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Unfortunately, she’s not hitting Texas, but at 72, she probably doesn't want to tour a lot, would you? I mean, it is Cher though, and she'll probably live to 100, so what am I even talking about?

That being said, the iconic artist, who has had hits in 6 decades (okurrrrrrrrr?!), is going on tour in support of her latest record Dancing Queen, which comes out September 28.

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Friday, January 25 // Atlanta, GA
Sunday, January 27 // Raleigh, NC
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Wednesday, February 6 // Cleveland, OH
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Tuesday, February 12 // Detroit, MI
Thursday, February 14 // Indianapolis, IN
Thursday, April 18 // Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday, April 20 // Philadelphia, PA
Monday, April 22 // Toronto, ON
Wednesday, April 24 // Ottawa, ON
Friday, April 26 // Buffalo, NY
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Tuesday, April 30 // Springfield, MA
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Wednesday, May 8 // Grand Rapids
Friday, May 10 // St. Louis, MO
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Here is Lehighton's first chief of police, William Swartz.
He was killed by a rowdy and drunk youth of twenty-
two at the Carbon House that sat at the corner of
North and First Sts.  He left eight children when he was
shot in 1917.

~QUESTIONS POST: Here is the link back to the questions.  You could have a tab open with each post to go back and forth to.

~BACKGROUND STORY: From the twenty-five stop "Trolley Tour" to accompany the commemorative 150th book sold at the event.  If you missed out, the Lehighton Memorial Library will continue to sell these.

1. "C": Mayor Thomas Mase
2. D: Friday
3. D: 6 Parks.  The consensus was that the "Upper and Lower" parks count as one.  Baer Memorial, Skyline, and The Grove were definitely thought of as parks.  However, the new Rails-to-Trails Bike path trail-head was overlooked.  Also, included here is "Sixth and Coal Sts" athletic field.
4. A: $5 for a moving permit.
5. A: Basketball
6. B: Dr. Marvin Snyder
7. C: The Excelsior Marines was not a Lehighton Organization.  The Germania Saegerbund was located next to the "Academy" Building on southern First St.  The Loyal Order of Buffalo (L.O.O.B), Lehighton Herd #17 started in April of 1913 with Lehighton Press's David McCormick's father William, the Civil War Veteran, was the first chair. Applicants for membership had to "be of the Caucasian race and not less than eighteen years of age and more than fifty years of age."  Admission fee for the herd was $10 for 18 to 40 year olds and $15 for 41 to 50 year olds.  Fifty cents a month paid in a advance were the yearly dues.  Though they stated they were not an "insurance organization," payments were made to sick and disabled "brothers."  "No sick or death benefits shall be paid for illness or death resulting from immoral or intemperate habits of any Brother."  Along with the International Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) there were a total of nine secret societies in Lehighton as of 1890.
8. C: Field Hockey
9. B: the Lions
10. C: Miss Carbon County Pageant
11. A: Packerton Yard (Some thought this choice was wrong because it was technically out of the Borough limits.  The Baer Silk Mill at it's peak employed about 400 around 1915.  Scotty's Fashion was third and Blue Ridge Pressure Castings had a Lehighton payroll of less than 100.
12. A: ice cream
Jess Ripkey, Livi Frendt, Izzy Baka, and Sam Banning work the registration table from the LAHS Student Council.
13. C: Lehighton Hardware started in 1925.  Zimmerman's Dairy, though a long-time family farm in the Mahoning area, did not establish itself in Lehighton until after Gerstaluer's Dairy in the 1950s.  Gerstlauer's took over Small and Koch at the present day location of Zimmmerman's around 1934.  Blue Ridge Pressure Castings started in a warehouse on the Fair Grounds in the 1940s before moving to its present location after a fire.  Lehighton Hardware started by Mahlon Kistler Sr and William F. Hamilton started on First St and moved to Second St after a 1963 fire.
14. D: Count Zinzendorf himself oversaw the selection of the site at the mouth of the Mahoning Creek for his group of hard-working Moravian missionaries.
15. D: Kleintop's Diner was located at the bottom of Ninth St where the "fotune teller" single-wide is today.  One of the Kleintop boys was the recently deceased Paul Kleintop that ran Normal Square Inn in the 1990s and early 2000s before retiring to become a Carbon County Community Transit bus driver. His specialty and my favorite: Vienna Onion Roast.  Melted in one's mouth!

Parting gift Question: Lehighton has about 155 fire hydrants in the Borough limits.
The Brights Department Store credit card.  Brights put
Lehighton's Cohen Department Store out of business
partly by providing free bus transportation to its Lansford
Store in the 1950s.  Later, Brights bought out Cohen's less
than a year after starting this program.  Brights also
provided a free Mother's Day luncheon for all its female
shoppers.  As for how they procured the finest items?
Lehighton purchasing agents were often flown to
Newark New Jersey for buyers meetings sometimes
up to two to three times a week, employing local pilots
like Mr. Walp from South Street to fly out of Lehighton's
own airstrip off Ninth St at the Fairgrounds.

Round #2:
16. Blue Ridge Pressure Castings, is still a leader in the manufacture of specialty parts for the automotive industry.  Knepper Airplane Parts building is now a hospital auxiliary building, the Hersh Iron Foundry closed many years ago while Blue Mountain Machine has recently become a leading producer of mobility chairs.
17. A: An escalator and an elevator.  Bright's had style.  Once it moved to the Carbon Plaza Mall in 1976 (it occupied the Mahoning Valley Cinema down to and including Big Lots) it also opened their own "Hess Brother's"-styled restaurant.  They also provided their own store credit card like the large stores like Macy's and JC Penny's.
18. C: W. Melvin "Mush" Moyer and Earl Haupt formed "Moyer and Haupt" in 1945.  They sold their dealership to the Bennett group in 1986.  Mush Moyer formed a orchestra known as the Lehightonians from 1928 to 1942.  They started their American Motors dealership in 1957.
19. D. Serfas Motors (used just one final 's') was located on Iron St at the alley behind the former Classic Theater/Times News Building.  The fire occurred in May of 1918.  The current building was built sometime after this date and was once occupied by Moyer and Haupt before they moved to First St.
20. B: Dave Warner, son of Dave "Pap" Warner from North Eighth Street was a three year letter winner at Syracuse and tried out for the Eagles before getting cut.
21. D: Colonial Court reviled Asa Packer's mansion as the grandest of Carbon County homes.  It burned to the ground in 1916 and was catty-corner from the Grove.
22. A: 1940.
23. B: about 6,500.
24. C: about 40 degrees north latitude.
25. D: Lewis Dunbar.  It was later taken over by Mel Gilham who moved it from Fourth St to the bypass in the 1980s.  It continues today under the ownership of Craig and Jennifer Gilham, Mel's son.  Lewis enlisted in Ohio and that is where he married his wife who was from that state.  By 1930, his mother-in-law moved here to Lehighton and lived with Lewis and his wife.
26. C: Moravians first came here to live in 1746.  Therefore our birth as a town goes to 1866, but our founding was in 1746.
These placards were used in the southern section of town
during Lehighton's 1903 outbreak.  This one was from 1916
Lehighton Board of Health.
27. D: Baer went home to New Jersey to visit his parents and siblings.  It wasn't apparent until he reached home that their unknown malady they were starting with was smallpox.  This was part of a larger outbreak in many major northeastern cities at that time.
28. A: Orville Shoemaker was from Lehighton, made a go of this business first in Allentown before resettling back here and making Lehighton "Grandma's Chips" permanent home, north and opposite of the Legion Home, next to the home of James and Shirley Wentz.
29. C: Semanoff's grocery store was on the corner of Fourth and Iron Sts, most recently well-known as Marshall's Meat Market.  This iconic Lehighton building is the last of many that once had a porch overhang roof over the sidewalks in front.  This is an ideal bus stop location for kids bused to the western end of town today.
30. A: Denny Semmel.  Made it to the NCAA championship round in the national wrestling tournament for West Point.  He is currently a fifth grade math teacher at Lehighton.


Parting Gift Question: The first bridge between Weissport and Lehighton was built in 1804.

SPORTS:
1. Jim Thorpe - Lehighton was led by point guard Randy Rabenold while his father Randolph Rabenold was Jim Thorpe's assistant coach.  Lehighton went on to win twenty-one games in a row to earn an undefeated season in the inaugural Centennial League of 1976.
2. Thomas Kresge, brother to Steve and Greg who themselves also fine Lehighton players.  Son of Russell and Donna Kresge.
3. Betty Mullen Brey - Her son is the current Notre Dame Men's Basketball coach, their winningest coach in their history.
4. Hughie Jennings played here before going off on a Hall of Fame career as a major league player and coach.  He was from Pittston and a lawyer by trade.
This picture of an unidentified wreck at the Lehighton Fair certainly matches what is known of the two fatalities from September 6, 1958.  It was said that there was only a light wooden picket fence.  According to newspaper accounts these wrecks occurred about an hour apart.  However, according to the death certificates of Shirley George of Trachsville and of Dennis Mertz of Bankway, the time of injury was listed for both at 3:30 PM.  Mertz died of "severe shock" and internal injuries ("mutilated left leg and thigh") while the George died of a "fractured neck" along with internal injuries ("compound fracture of the left hip").   This picture confirms the lore of what I heard in my youth, inevitably came up anytime an adult was nearby whenever we were climbing the trees near the chicken house near the horse stables.  Thanks to Roy Mertz who helped with these details.

5. Stock-car racing.  There were two fatalities in two separate accidents.  Eleven year old Dennis Mertz of Mahoing Valley was in a tree and seventeen year old Shirley George of Palmerton was pinned to a tree on September 6, 1958 at the Lehighton Fair.

FAMOUS:
1. Franz Kline.  His works are in most every major museum in the world.  He was known to come home, especially for fair week, in his grey Ferrari.  He came to Lehighton with his mother, after his father killed himself over a sour real estate deal on the family hotel prorperty he first sold and then tried to reclaim.  Franz was a handsome young man who excelled in sports too.  He was known to punt the football bare-footed.
2. The Lehighton Fair was first located in the vicinity of First Ward school at Fourth and Alum Sts in the 1870s to the 1890s.
3. Boston.  Moxie executives wanted to 'modernize' the recipe to the resistance of the Lehighton bottlers.  The coporation closed the Lehighton bottler as a result of this disagreement.
4.  Fred Horlacher ran a bottling works at First and Bridge Sts.  After he moved to Allentown, Horlacher Beer had a large and loyal customer base in the Northeast, especially after son George took it over.
5. Dennis "Denny" Seiwell is a brother to Darryl Seiwell of the locally popular "Becky and the Beasts."


BOROUGH:
1. Three: Gnaden Hutten, Lehighton, and the Ss Peter and Paul Cemetery at the end of North Fourth St.
2. There were fourteen people employed in cigar making in Lehighton in 1880.  Two of which were women who were "tobacco strippers" the one facet of the industry reserved for women.  Painters was the next group with eleven, followed by five ministers, four doctors and three barbers.
3. Constitution Avenue is the short block in front of the Municipal Building.
4. Armando Gallasso.
5. Lonnie Armbruster.


CORNER "STORES":
1. "Ev-Ko" was formed from Mel Everett and Paul Koch's last names.  Their partnership dissolved after a fire with Mel keeping the furniture line of the business and Koch continuing with the appliance line of their business on Coal St, eventually expanding to Palmerton and Bowmanstown.
2. Hammel's Store.  Prior to becoming a merchant, Hammel worked at the New Jersey Zinc and later in the Packerton Shops while working part-time as a vaudeville magician.  A fact that attests to his carrying of small magic tricks.
3. Owned and operated both the Lehighton Hotel (at the corner of Main Lane and First St) and the Hotel Carbon (at the corner of North and First Sts).  The Mandours owned the Hotel Lehighton until it was demolished to become the Lehighton Elderly Hi-Rise.
This picture was taken just south of the intersection of Fourth and Iron Sts.  Though he ran bread for George A. Strohl's Lehighton Bakery, Cal with his currently hip 'man-purse' shows his comical side with his outward turned foot, on a truck bearing his name.  His hard work eventually manifested itself in "Haas' Store" at Fifth and Coal Sts, Lehighton's longest running family run corner grocery store.
4. Cal Haas opened the store in the early 1930s.  His son Robert took it over in the 1960s until 1998.  TV-13 used a picture of Cal on his George Strohl Bakery Truck in their promotional introduction to the parade.  Cal ran at least three bakery routes, selling five cent loaves of bread, to earn enough money to start his own store.  He was my grandfather and Robert was my uncle.
5. Henry Bretney.  Son of the Dine Bank Cashier and related to the Bretney Photography studio, Henry Bretney's character lives on in the many who knew him.  He was a close friend of Franz Kline.  A painting Kline gave Bretney can be viewed at the Lehighton Memorial Library.

CURRENT EVENTS:
1.  Mary Strohl, who along with her sister Karen Reichard, the borough police secretary paired up to compete in Trivia Night.  Both Mary and her son Steven were "150 Club" members.
2. Lehighton Area Pool Pals, who was headed up by Citizen of the Century and Shade Tree Committee member Mark Hoffman among many others.
3. Patrick Mriss, brother of assistant chief Michael Mriss.
4. Henry Long, who's Perseverance Jazz Band played immediately following Trivia Night.
5. Frank Kuhn.  A former Laneco Store Manager, Frank fulfilled a dream of one day owning his own store.

FINAL JEOPARDY:
The final contestants were given a choice between an open-ended question and a question that was more "cut and dry."  They unanimously decided to go the shorter route.  It was "Name the streets and alleys that were named after people.  The team of Mriss and Young had the most at eight of the twelve.

They had Dunbar Alley ,Grant Alley, Hamilton St, Sgt Stanely Hoffman Blvd, Blakslee Blvd, Lentz Ave, Stedman Ave, and Graver St.  They missed Ebbert's Park, Willard St, Lentz Alley, and Penn Ave.

The open-ended response was going to involve judging from the audience.  Contestants would have been given ninety seconds to explain why they loved their hometown.

BATTLE QUESTIONS:
There were sixteen "Battle Questions" developed for this game that went unused.  Some of them are presented here for information purposes.

#1. Borough Council: Had a contestant felt knowledgeable of the seven current council member names, they could have selected this question and chosen another competitor to 'battle' against.  The person who gives the last correct answer wins.  Given that there are seven names, the person initiating this question should have chosen to go first.  They then should have said the most familiar of the names, such as "Grant Hunsicker."  The other person would then given another valid name such as Sesquicentennial Committer person "Helen Torok."  This would continue back and forth until all the names were used or someone couldn't give another name.  Remaining members are: Scott Rehrig, Lehighton firefighter Joe Flickinger, Lisa Perry, Darryl Arner, and Jared McEvoy.

#2. "Women": There have only ever been four women to serve on Borough Council.  Two of them are currently serving.  The others were Melissa Ebbert Wagner and longtime councilperson and mayor's wife Bessie Bauchspies.

#3. "Homes": This one was tricky.  Working backward, name the current to the previous owners of the Funeral Home at Third and Alum Sts: Corey and Rebecca Schaeffer, Ken Phifer (1988-1998), William Garrett (1947-1988), Wendell Swartz (1944 to 1947), and John S. Lentz.  All but Lentz used the home as a funeral home.  Lentz was yardmaster at the Packerton Shops.

#4. "Papers": Name all the newspapers that once operated in Lehighton.  I wont give you the answer here, but there were at least five of them.

#5. "Streets": Name all the streets and alleys named after people.  This question was used in lieu of the open-ended essay question discussed earlier.

#6. "Streets": Name the streets and alleys named after trees.  All but two are alleys.  However the two that are named 'streets' are actually nothing more than the width of an alley: Birch Alley, Cedar St, Cherry Alley, Cypress St,  Maple Alley, Peach Alley, and Poplar alley.

#7. "Chiefs": Name the last twelve (and most likely only) police chiefs of Lehighton.  Our first known police chief,  William Swartz was also our only patrolman lost in the line of duty in 1917.  He left eight children.    Next came Mark Blank who would later become a U.S. Marshall in Scranton.  Then Harry Yenser who died of a heart-attack at the wheel of his squad car in front of the Municipal Building in 1947.  Then it was Lee Walsh, Bill Kunkle (contestant and public works supervisor Kris Kunkle's father), Lionel Cote,  Edward Hutto (who killed himself outside his wife's church because of his concern with her apparent close relationship with its minister), Frederick Scott, Dennis Wentz, Matt Bender, Neil Ebbert and currently Brian Biechy.

#8. "Streets": This one was discussed at the beginning of the 'question' post.  If I could have done it again, I would have chosen this question as the Final Jeopardy questions: Name the streets and alleys that are named after industrial elements: Carbon Alley, Carbon St, Ochre St, Coal St, Iron St, and Alum St.

The remaining categories will simply be listed here in an effort to save them for another Trivia Night in the future.

#9. Name the original first four numbered streets in Lehighton (they obviously weren't always just numbers).
#10. Sports: Name the members of the 1975 to 1977 (two-years) of Lehighton boys basketball team.  The 1976 team won the Centennial League and the 1977 matched that but also won the District 11 title.
#11. Name Lehighton's Furniture Stores, including appliances.
#12. Clothiers and Department Stores
#13. Family named restaurants.
#14. Gas Stations: Must give the owners name, not simply "Exxon."
#15. Pharmacy: Again must give the owners name.
#16. Garment/Silk Mills.

What's Next for Lehighton History Here?  For the remainder of this year, this blog will feature mainly Lehighton stories.  There will be one more post on trivia questions as well as at least one post focusing on Lehighton's mayors and police chiefs.

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Conduct effective, thorough and objective investigations. + Oversee recruitment activities. + Maintain working knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. Partner with the legal department as required. + Provide day to day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions). + Work closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, increase productivity and retention. + Provide HR Policy guidance and interpretation. + Develop employment terms for new hires, promotions, and transfers. + Provide guidance and input on business unit restructuring, workforce planning, and succession management. + Identify training needs for the business and develop programs to address those needs. Monitor and evaluate success of training programs. Qualifications: + Minimum of 8 - 10 years in roles responsible for the resolution of complex employee relation issues + Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines including compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee and union relations, and performance management. + Relevant industry experience a plus Competencies: + Action oriented – Taking on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm + Business insight – Applying knowledge of business and the marketplace to advance the organization’s goals + Collaborates – Building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives + Communicates effectively – Developing and delivering multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences + Manages conflict – Handling conflict situations effectively, with a minimum of noise + Persuades – Using compelling arguments to gain the support and commitment of others + Instills trust – Gaining the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity __________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Our Company is an equal employment opportunity employer. The Company's policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories. It is also the Company's policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions. ______________________________________________________________________________ When you apply for this job, you will be asked to answer questions regarding your criminal background. Answering “Yes” to the criminal background questions will not automatically bar you from employment. A criminal background check will be conducted following any conditional offer of employment. Only those crimes which are substantially related to the position you are seeking will be considered. Please note that for certain contractors with whom we do business, based on the nature of their operation, the type of offense and related factors may affect your assignment to that contractor. Factors that will be taken into account include: (1) The facts or circumstances surrounding the offense or conduct; (2) the number of offenses for which you were convicted or plea was entered; (3) your age at the time of conviction or plea, or release from prison; (4) any evidence that you performed the same or similar type of work, post conviction/plea, with the same or different employers, with no known incidents of criminal conduct; (5) the length and consistency of employment history before and after the offense or conduct; (6) any rehabilitation efforts, e.g. education/training; (7) any employment or character references and any other information regarding your fitness for the particular position; and/or (8) whether you are bonded under a federal, state, or local bonding program. For applicants residing in and/or applying for a position in a state or locality listed below, please review the specific directions below before submitting your application. CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been dismissed by a court. Also, do not identify marijuana related convictions entered by the court more than 2 years ago that involve: unlawful possession of marijuana; transportation or giving away of up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, or the offering to transport or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis; possession of paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana; being in a place with knowledge that marijuana was being used; or being under the influence of marijuana. Also, do not identify any arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction or any record of a referral to, and participation in, any pretrial or post trial diversion program. California: LOS ANGELES APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. California: SAN FRANCISCO APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER THE FIRST INTERVIEW. When answering such questions, please do not disclose any misdemeanor and felony convictions that occurred more than seven years prior to the inquiry or : (a) arrests other than those which charges are still pending, (b) completion of any diversion program, (c) sealed or juvenile offenses, or (d) infractions that are not felonies or misdemeanors.) CONNECTICUT APPLICANTS: Do not identify any arrest, criminal charge or conviction the records of which have been erased by a court based on sections 46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Criminal records subject to erasure under these sections are records concerning a finding of delinquency or the fact that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that was dismissed or not prosecuted, a criminal charge for which the person was found not guilty, or a conviction for which the offender received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been judicially erased under one or more of these sections is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the law as it applies to the particular proceedings that have been erased, and may so swear under oath. GEORGIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify any verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere that was discharged by the court under Georgia's First Offender Act. HAWAII APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. Please limit your responses to any convictions within the past 10 years, excluding any period of time when you were incarcerated. IOWA APPLICANTS: Convictions will not automatically be a bar to employment, but the job, and the time, nature and seriousness of the crime will be considered. MARYLAND APPLICANTS: UNDER MARYLAND LAW, AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT REQUIRE OR DEMAND, AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO OR TAKE A LIE DETECTOR OR SIMILAR TEST. AN EMPLOYER WHO VIOLATES THIS LAW IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING $100. MASSACHUSETTS APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. You do not have to identify any record relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances or convictions for which the record has been sealed and is on file with the Commissioner of Probation. You also do not have to identify prior arrests, court appearances and adjudications in cases of delinquency or as a child in need of services which did not result in a complaint transferred to the superior court for criminal prosecution. You also do not have to identify (1) an arrest, detention or disposition regarding any violation of law in which no conviction resulted; (2) first-time misdemeanor convictions for drunkenness, simple assault, speeding, minor traffic violations, affray or disturbance of the peace; and (3) convictions for other misdemeanors where the date of conviction or the end of any period of incarceration was more than 5 years ago, unless there have been subsequent convictions within those 5 years. It is unlawful in Massachusetts to require or administer a lie detector test as a condition of employment or continued employment. An employer who violates this law shall be subject to criminal penalties and civil liability. MICHIGAN APPLICANTS: Do not identify any misdemeanor arrests, detentions or dispositions that did not result in conviction. MINNESOTA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. NEBRASKA APPLICANTS: Do not identify a sealed juvenile record of arrest, custody, complaint, disposition, diversion, adjudication or sentence. NEVADA APPLICANTS: Please note that the discharge and dismissal of certain first time drug offenses, after the accused has completed probation and any required treatment or educational programs, does not constitute a “conviction” for purposes of employment. New Jersey: NEWARK APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. You are not required to identify: (1) convictions for indictable offenses that are more than eight years old, measured from the date of sentencing; (2) disorderly person convictions or municipal ordinance violations that are more than five years old, measured from the date of sentencing; or (3) juvenile adjudications of delinquency; or criminal charges that never resulted in a conviction (4) records that have been erased, expunged, the subject of executive pardon or otherwise legally nullified. NEW YORK APPLICANTS: You may answer “no record” concerning any criminal proceeding that terminated in your favor, per section 160.50 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any criminal proceeding that terminated in a “youthful offender adjudication,” as defined in section 720.35 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any conviction for a “violation” that already has been sealed by the court, per section 160.55 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; and any conviction that was sealed pursuant to section 160.58 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law in connection with the licensing, employment or providing of credit or insurance. (BUFFALO APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER BEING INTERVIEWED IN PERSON OR BY TELEPHONE. NEW YORK CITY APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) OHIO APPLICANTS: Do not report any arrest or conviction for a minor misdemeanor drug violation as defined under Ohio Rev. Code 2925.11. OREGON APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. PENNSYLVANIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify convictions for summary offenses. (PHILADELPHIA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) RHODE ISLAND APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. The Company is subject to Chapters 29-38 of Title 28 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, and is therefore covered by the state's workers' compensation law. Texas: AUSTIN APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a city or state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. WASHINGTON APPLICANTS: Do not identify any conviction entered by the court more than 10 years ago unless some period of incarceration resulting from that conviction took place within the last ten years. Washington: SEATTLE APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.)
          (USA-WA-Tacoma) Equipment Operators with CDL - Tacoma, WA      Cache   Translate Page      
CDL Driving experience is required for Equipment Operator position and prior Equipment Operation experience is a plus. Duties will focus mainly on Cable placement utilizing equipment specific to that task (trenchers, plows, and directional drills) and general construction as directed by Foreman/Supervisor. A valid CDL A Drivers License is required. Equipment Operator Job Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (include but are not limited to): Equipment Operator performs general construction work under direction of Foreman/Supervisor Basic knowledge of cable locating is helpful Ability to operate various types of trucks and equipment Drive and/or operate diesel or gasoline powered equipment to/from/on jobsite Maintain safe working habits/conditions according to all regulations and policies Ability to communicate effectively with customers, employees, etc. in the accomplishments of North Sky’s goals Equipment Operator Essential Physical Requirements include: Hand dig with shovel, sharpshooter, etc. Climb into and out of equipment (trucks, cars, backhoes, trenchers, etc.) Operate or work around heavy equipment and machinery Repetitive motion with hand, wrist, feet, head, and shoulder Work in congested or remote areas Work while standing or sitting for several hours at a time Must be able to work in small/sometimes confined areas Must be able to work in variable heights/depths Must be able to lift/carry up to 50+ pounds Reach, bend and stoop while performing work Maintain visual and audible contact with other crewman and all moving or stationary persons/vehicles/objects to ensure safe coordination of movement Work while wearing safety boots, safety glasses and hardhat Work in extreme weather conditions depending on geographical location (below freezing to over 100 degrees and in very windy conditions) Hours/Schedules are determined based on Region and Customer Needs and in compliance with any regulations; on average – must be able to perform the above for at least 8 hours per day 5 days per week. Weekend work/Overtime is dependent on Work Load. Benefits Include: Competitive Pay Health Insurance: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Plans Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Savings Plan (401K) with company matching Stock Purchase Plan Short & Long Term Disability Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance Paid Holidays & Vacation (PTO) If you are interested in learning more about our organization, please visit our website www.northskycomm.com. __________________________________________________________________ Our Company is an equal employment opportunity employer. The Company's policy is not to discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants or employees based on any of these protected categories. It is also the Company's policy to comply with all applicable state and federal laws respecting consideration of unemployment status in making hiring decisions. ______________________________________________________________________________ When you apply for this job, you will be asked to answer questions regarding your criminal background. Answering “Yes” to the criminal background questions will not automatically bar you from employment. A criminal background check will be conducted following any conditional offer of employment. Only those crimes which are substantially related to the position you are seeking will be considered. Please note that for certain contractors with whom we do business, based on the nature of their operation, the type of offense and related factors may affect your assignment to that contractor. Factors that will be taken into account include: (1) The facts or circumstances surrounding the offense or conduct; (2) the number of offenses for which you were convicted or plea was entered; (3) your age at the time of conviction or plea, or release from prison; (4) any evidence that you performed the same or similar type of work, post conviction/plea, with the same or different employers, with no known incidents of criminal conduct; (5) the length and consistency of employment history before and after the offense or conduct; (6) any rehabilitation efforts, e.g. education/training; (7) any employment or character references and any other information regarding your fitness for the particular position; and/or (8) whether you are bonded under a federal, state, or local bonding program. For applicants residing in and/or applying for a position in a state or locality listed below, please review the specific directions below before submitting your application. CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. CALIFORNIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify any misdemeanor conviction for which probation has been successfully completed or otherwise discharged and the case has been dismissed by a court. Also, do not identify marijuana related convictions entered by the court more than 2 years ago that involve: unlawful possession of marijuana; transportation or giving away of up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, or the offering to transport or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis; possession of paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana; being in a place with knowledge that marijuana was being used; or being under the influence of marijuana. Also, do not identify any arrest or detention that did not result in a conviction or any record of a referral to, and participation in, any pretrial or post trial diversion program. California: LOS ANGELES APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. California: SAN FRANCISCO APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER THE FIRST INTERVIEW. When answering such questions, please do not disclose any misdemeanor and felony convictions that occurred more than seven years prior to the inquiry or : (a) arrests other than those which charges are still pending, (b) completion of any diversion program, (c) sealed or juvenile offenses, or (d) infractions that are not felonies or misdemeanors.) CONNECTICUT APPLICANTS: Do not identify any arrest, criminal charge or conviction the records of which have been erased by a court based on sections 46b-146, 54-76o or 54-142a of the Connecticut General Statutes. Criminal records subject to erasure under these sections are records concerning a finding of delinquency or the fact that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that was dismissed or not prosecuted, a criminal charge for which the person was found not guilty, or a conviction for which the offender received an absolute pardon. Any person whose criminal records have been judicially erased under one or more of these sections is deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the law as it applies to the particular proceedings that have been erased, and may so swear under oath. GEORGIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify any verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere that was discharged by the court under Georgia's First Offender Act. HAWAII APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. Please limit your responses to any convictions within the past 10 years, excluding any period of time when you were incarcerated. IOWA APPLICANTS: Convictions will not automatically be a bar to employment, but the job, and the time, nature and seriousness of the crime will be considered. MARYLAND APPLICANTS: UNDER MARYLAND LAW, AN EMPLOYER MAY NOT REQUIRE OR DEMAND, AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT, PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYMENT OR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT, THAT ANY INDIVIDUAL SUBMIT TO OR TAKE A LIE DETECTOR OR SIMILAR TEST. AN EMPLOYER WHO VIOLATES THIS LAW IS GUILTY OF A MISDEMEANOR AND SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING $100. MASSACHUSETTS APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. You do not have to identify any record relating to prior arrests, criminal court appearances or convictions for which the record has been sealed and is on file with the Commissioner of Probation. You also do not have to identify prior arrests, court appearances and adjudications in cases of delinquency or as a child in need of services which did not result in a complaint transferred to the superior court for criminal prosecution. You also do not have to identify (1) an arrest, detention or disposition regarding any violation of law in which no conviction resulted; (2) first-time misdemeanor convictions for drunkenness, simple assault, speeding, minor traffic violations, affray or disturbance of the peace; and (3) convictions for other misdemeanors where the date of conviction or the end of any period of incarceration was more than 5 years ago, unless there have been subsequent convictions within those 5 years. It is unlawful in Massachusetts to require or administer a lie detector test as a condition of employment or continued employment. An employer who violates this law shall be subject to criminal penalties and civil liability. MICHIGAN APPLICANTS: Do not identify any misdemeanor arrests, detentions or dispositions that did not result in conviction. MINNESOTA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. NEBRASKA APPLICANTS: Do not identify a sealed juvenile record of arrest, custody, complaint, disposition, diversion, adjudication or sentence. NEVADA APPLICANTS: Please note that the discharge and dismissal of certain first time drug offenses, after the accused has completed probation and any required treatment or educational programs, does not constitute a “conviction” for purposes of employment. New Jersey: NEWARK APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. You are not required to identify: (1) convictions for indictable offenses that are more than eight years old, measured from the date of sentencing; (2) disorderly person convictions or municipal ordinance violations that are more than five years old, measured from the date of sentencing; or (3) juvenile adjudications of delinquency; or criminal charges that never resulted in a conviction (4) records that have been erased, expunged, the subject of executive pardon or otherwise legally nullified. NEW YORK APPLICANTS: You may answer “no record” concerning any criminal proceeding that terminated in your favor, per section 160.50 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any criminal proceeding that terminated in a “youthful offender adjudication,” as defined in section 720.35 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; any conviction for a “violation” that already has been sealed by the court, per section 160.55 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law; and any conviction that was sealed pursuant to section 160.58 of the New York Criminal Procedure Law in connection with the licensing, employment or providing of credit or insurance. (BUFFALO APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS AFTER BEING INTERVIEWED IN PERSON OR BY TELEPHONE. NEW YORK CITY APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) OHIO APPLICANTS: Do not report any arrest or conviction for a minor misdemeanor drug violation as defined under Ohio Rev. Code 2925.11. OREGON APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF SELECTION FOR AN INTERVIEW, OR IF NO INTERVIEW, WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. PENNSYLVANIA APPLICANTS: Do not identify convictions for summary offenses. (PHILADELPHIA APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) RHODE ISLAND APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. The Company is subject to Chapters 29-38 of Title 28 of the General Laws of Rhode Island, and is therefore covered by the state's workers' compensation law. Texas: AUSTIN APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a city or state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT. WASHINGTON APPLICANTS: Do not identify any conviction entered by the court more than 10 years ago unless some period of incarceration resulting from that conviction took place within the last ten years. Washington: SEATTLE APPLICANTS: Choose the answer: "I live in and/or am applying for a job in a state that does not require an answer at this time." YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ANSWER THE CRIMINAL HISTORY QUESTIONS WHEN YOU HAVE RECEIVED A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.) #Tacomajobs #Constructionjobs #WAjobs #Washingtonjobs
          Product Launch Quality Engineer (Hardware/Software)      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Newark, Product Launch Quality Engineer (Hardware/Software) * U.S. Citizens and Green Card/Perm Residents only need apply * * Relocation assistance offered * System One has a direct opportunity for a Product Quality Engineer with 5-10 years’ experience in a Quality or Reliability Engineering type role of new product developmentwith a technical background in complex mechanical/electromechanical systems. Wi
          Patient Access Representative (Emergency Access Svcs) Per Diem Only - USA-NJ-Newark      Cache   Translate Page      
Patient Access Representative (Emergency Access Svcs) Per Diem Only ******* • Newark NJ Job #730344226 Patient Access Representative (Emergency Access Svcs) Per Diem Only Job Number: REQ36704-POS5...
          [FARE GONE] American – $384 (Regular Economy) / $314 (Basic Economy): Newark / Washington D.C. – Maui / Honolulu, Hawaii (and vice versa). Roundtrip, including all Taxes      Cache   Translate Page      
A good sale to/from Maui or Honolulu for last minute-ish travel (this month). This is a $20 price drop from yesterday. The $384 fare is the regular fare which allows advance seat assignment. American also have a $314 fare but that is a Basic Economy fare. American Basic Economy fares do not allow for any […]

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          Junior Accountant - Newark element14 - Chicago, IL      Cache   Translate Page      
Create month end journal entries for the Avnet intercompany accounts and works with the Avnet team to resolve any intercompany differences....
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          Episode 66: #66: Old School      Cache   Translate Page      

This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about old-school network security, old-school email addresses, and an old-school partner with a new-school cloud broker.

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          Nonstop! Newark, USA to Paris, France and vice versa from $250/€215 round-trip      Cache   Translate Page      
Nonstop! Newark, USA to Paris, France and vice versa from $250/€215 round-trip

Amazing deal: Newark to Paris, France and vice versa flight round-trip as low as $250/€215.

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          The Great Big List of Fall Day Trips in New Jersey and Beyond!      Cache   Translate Page      
It's finally here! My great big list of Fall day trip ideas in New Jersey (and some beyond, too)! Fall is such a great time to get out and explore. There are so many things to do and places to visit. I've compiled this list of handy links, and I've included an interactive Google map, too. You can zoom in on it and click on each destination for more details. The map is printable, too!


You might've seen my Great Big List of Spring Break Day Trips and my Great Big List of Summer Day Trips. This list is similar, with some favorite Fall attractions added in. One of the nicest things to do in Autumn is go on nature walks, so this time I included a section of outdoor hiking ideas, too. Have an idea that's not on my list? Feel free to tell me about it in the comments section below!

Don't forget to scroll down to the interactive Google trip map!

Outdoor Autumn Day Trip Ideas

Please check with each individual venue for seasonal hours and operating times. Some are only open on weekends or during certain months in the Fall, so be sure to double check before venturing there! If I've visited or written a review of the trip listed below, then the link will lead to my post about the venue. 

The Pumpkin Sling - Wharton, NJ
Sussex County Sunflower Maze - Sandyston, NJ (open till September, possibly later)
Turtle Back Zoo - West Orange, NJ
Valley Shepherd Creamery - Long Valley, NJ
Bluebird Farm Alpacas - Peapack, NJ
Jersey Shore Alpacas - Cape May, NJ
Brookhollow's Barnyard - Boonton Township, NJ
Space Farms Zoo and Museum - Wantage, NJ
Alstede Farms - Chester, NJ
Van Saun Park and Bergen County Zoo - Bergen County, NJ
Oasis Family Farm - Robbinsville, NJ
Cape May County Zoo - Cape May, NJ
Cohanzick Zoo - Bridgeton, NJ
Popcorn Park Zoo - Forked River, NJ
Camden Children's Garden - Camden, NJ
Howell Living History Farm - Lambertville, NJ
Waterloo Village - Stanhope, NJ
Wild West City - Stanhope, NJ
Field Station Dinosaurs - Leonia, NJ
The Raptor Trust - Millington, NJ
Lakota Wolf Preserve - Columbia, NJ
Frelinghuysen Arboretum - Morris Township, NJ
Grounds for Sculpture - Hamilton, NJ
Six Flags Great Adventure - Jackson, NJ
Sandy Hook Lighthouse - Sandy Hook, NJ
Duke Island Park - Hillsborough, NJ
Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill - Chester, NJ
Schaefer Farms - Flemington, NJ
Morey's Piers - Wildwood, NJ
Melick's Town Farm - Oldwick, NJ
Storybook Land - Egg Harbor Township, NJ
Diggerland, USA - West Berlin, NJ
Conklin Farm - Montville, NJ
Fosterfields Living Historical Farm - Morris Township, NJ
KidStreet Playground - Bridgewater, NJ
Wightman Farms - Morristown, NJ
Terhune Orchards - Princeton, NJ

Diggerland, USA - West Berlin, NJ

State Parks, Forests and Hiking Trails 

New Jersey is home to so many parks, hiking trails, and recreation areas. It would be impossible for me to list them all here, so I picked out a few favorites to share.

Spruce Run Reservoir and Recreation Area- Clinton, NJ
Round Valley Reservoir - Lebanon, NJ
Jenny Jump State Forest - Hope, NJ
Hacklebarney State Park - Chester, NJ
Voorhees State Park - Clinton, NJ
Island Beach State Park and Barnegat Lighthouse - Ocean County, NJ
Silas Condict Park - Kinnelon, NJ
Merrill Creek Reservoir - Harmony, NJ
Tourne Park - Denville, NJ
Tripod Rock and Pyramid Mountain - Boonton Township, NJ
The Great Swamp - Chatham Township, NJ
Allamuchy Mountain State Park - Hackettstown, NJ
Cheesequake State Park - Matawan, NJ
Liberty State Park - Jersey City, NJ
Stokes State Forest - Branchville, NJ
Wawayanda State Park - Hewitt, NJ
High Point State Park - Sussex, NJ

Handy link (find them all here!):


Merrill Creek Reservoir - Harmony Township, NJ

Indoor Autumn Day Trip Ideas

Rizzo's Wildlife World - Flanders, NJ
Morris Museum - Morristown, NJ
Jenkinson's Aquarium - Pt. Pleasant, NJ
Atlantic City Aquarium - Atlantic City, NJ
Lucy the Elephant - Margate, NJ (she's kind of indoor and outdoor!)
Montclair Art Museum - Montclair, NJ
Sterling Mining Museum - Ogdensburg, NJ
Insectropolis - Toms River, NJ
Northlandz Train Museum - Flemington, NJ
Liberty Science Center - Jersey City, NJ
Battleship NJ - Camden, NJ
Adventure Aquarium - Camden, NJ
Whippany Railway Museum - Hanover, NJ
Imagine That! - Florham Park, NJ (*under renovation until 11/2017)
Thomas Edison Center - Menlo Park, NJ
Newark Museum - Newark, NJ
Franklin Mineral Museum - Franklin, NJ
Garden State Discovery Museum - Cherry Hill, NJ
Old Barracks Museum - Trenton, NJ
Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum - Wildwood, NJ
Medieval Times - Lyndhurst, NJ

Rizzo's Wildlife World - Flanders, NJ

Pennsylvania and New York Autumn Day Trips

Please check with each individual venue for seasonal hours and operating times. Some are only open on weekends or during certain months in the Fall, so be sure to double check before venturing there! If I've visited or written a review of the trip listed below, then the link will lead to my post about the venue. 

Pennsylvania

America on Wheels Auto Museum - Allentown, PA
LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia - Plymouth Meeting, PA
Crayola Experience - Easton, PA
Dorney Park's The Haunt and Planet Snoopy - Allentown, PA
Mercer Museum - Doylestown, PA
DaVinci Science Center - Allentown, PA
Hersheypark (Hersheypark After Dark) - Hershey, PA
Hershey's Chocolate World - Hershey, PA
Hershey Gardens - Hershey, PA
ZooAmerica - Hershey, PA
The Hershey Story Museum - Hershey, PA
Roadside America - Shartlesville, PA
Crystal Cave - Kutztown, PA
Lost River Caverns - Hellertown, PA
Lehigh Valley Zoo - Shnecksville, PA
Philadelphia Zoo - Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Philadelphia, PA
The Franklin Institute - Philadelphia, PA
Sesame Place (The Count's Halloween Spooktacular) - Langhorne, PA
Kids Castle Playground - Doylestown, PA
Carousel Village - Wrightstown, PA
Knoebel's - Elysburg, PA
Dutch Wonderland - Lancaster County, PA

Sesame Place - The Count's Halloween Spooktacular - Langhorne, PA

New York

One World Observatory - New York, NY
Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum - New York, NY
The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) - Queens, NY
Children's Museum of Manhattan - New York, NY
New York Botanical Garden - Brooklyn, NY
Bronx Zoo - Bronx, NY
Central Park Zoo - New York, NY
New York Aquarium - Brooklyn, NY
Long Island Aquarium - Riverhead, NY
Coney Island - Brooklyn, NY
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum - New York, NY
The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island - New York, NY
LEGOLAND Discovery Center - Westchester, NY
American Museum of Natural History - New York, NY
American Girl Place - New York, NY
The Ride NYC - New York, NY
The Guggenheim - New York, NY

One World Observatory - New York, NY

How to work the interactive map: 

Click on the map to view locations. You can zoom in or out, or click on each location to view website link. All locations are marked with a dark red tree icon. The green tree icons are the state parks, hiking, and reservoir locations. If you click on the small square symbol at the top left of the map, you can view a drop down list of all locations on the map. The map is shareable and printable, too!



Happy Fall, y'all!


          Junior Accountant - Newark element14 - Chicago, IL      Cache   Translate Page      
Create month end journal entries for the Avnet intercompany accounts and works with the Avnet team to resolve any intercompany differences....
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          Customer Care Representative - Newark element14 - Richfield, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
Newark element 14 is a part of Avnet, a Fortune 500 company and global leader in high service distribution of technology products and solutions for electronic...
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          Senior Data Scientist - Prudential - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
Identify analytical solutions for business problems. And a passion for generating business impact. Develop and maintain consultative relationships with key...
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Gender: Man Age: 19 Located in: Newark, NA, United States Title: Love to laugh and just be grateful to be alive
          New Product Development Technical Champion - W. L. Gore & Associates - Elkton, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science discipline. Gore, job, Baltimore, Elkton, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Maryland, MD, Pennsylvania, PA, Newark, Delaware...
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          Jr. Business Development Manager - Intelliswift Software India - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Generate sales leads and set client meetings to develop new accounts, establish relationships, and close viable business opportunities....
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          Jr. Business Development Manager - Intelliswift Software India - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Generate sales leads and set client meetings to develop new accounts, establish relationships, and close viable business opportunities....
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          Chinese/English Wireless Retail Store Manager - Newark - Sprint by Verity Wireless, Inc. - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Pro-actively develop personal leadership behaviors by seeking out additional training and development. The Store Manager position is responsible for retail...
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          Bilingual Chinese/English Wireless Retail Sales Manager - Newark - Sprint by Verity Wireless, Inc. - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Pro-actively develop personal leadership behaviors by seeking out additional training and development. The Sales Manager position is responsible for retail...
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          Retail Sales Consultant - Newark - Sprint by Verity Wireless, Inc. - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
You will enjoy a successful team, a fun environment, and increasing your knowledge of mobile phones, tablets and other devices.... $45,000 a year
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          Chinese/English Bilingual District Manager - Newark - Sprint by Verity Wireless, Inc. - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
The DM must have the ability to coach, develop and lead strong retail sales teams in the achievement of store and company goals....
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          Wireless Retail Assistant Store Manager - Newark - Sprint by Verity Wireless, Inc. - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Pro-actively develop personal leadership behaviors by seeking out additional training and development. The Assistant Store Manager position is responsible for...
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          Product Launch Quality Engineer (Hardware/Software)      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Newark, Product Launch Quality Engineer (Hardware/Software) * U.S. Citizens and Green Card/Perm Residents only need apply * * Relocation assistance offered * System One has a direct opportunity for a Product Quality Engineer with 5-10 years’ experience in a Quality or Reliability Engineering type role of new product developmentwith a technical background in complex mechanical/electromechanical systems. Wi
          OTR Owner Operator Truck Driver Job in Newark, OH      Cache   Translate Page      
OTR Owner Operator Truck Driver Job – Newark, Ohio A carrier who puts all drivers first? Look no further. NEW 15% pay increase for all Independent Contractors! NEW $5,000 Sign On Bonus!! It Pays to Be an Owner Operator with […]
          Senior Data Scientist - Prudential - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
Identify analytical solutions for business problems. And a passion for generating business impact. Develop and maintain consultative relationships with key...
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And a passion for generating business impact. Develop and maintain consultative relationships with key business stakeholders....
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          (USA-DE-Newark) Supvr Designers      Cache   Translate Page      
At Exelon, we've got a place for you! Join the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with one of the largest electricity generation portfolios and retail customer bases in the country. You will be part of a family of companies that strives for the highest standards of power generation, competitive energy sales, and energy delivery. Our team of outstanding professionals is focused on performance, thought leadership, innovation, and the power of ideas that come from a diverse and inclusive workforce. Exelon will provide you the tools and resources you need to design, build and enhance a successful career. We are also dedicated to motivating the success of our employees through competitive base salary, incentives, and health and retirement benefits. Join Exelon and share your passion at a forward-thinking Fortune 100 company. Establish yourself in a place where you can truly shine and create a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow. Energize your career at Exelon! PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION Responsible to lead, manage and provide leadership and supervision of the employees and the activities of the designers of the Transmission and Substations Engineering and Design organization. Key responsibility and relationship will be to manage the design activities under the technical guidance of the T & S design manager and to provide evaluation of employee performance in a joint effort. #CD# Ensure compliance and adherence to accepted standard engineering and design practices for facility relocation, capacity expansion and reliability programs for ComEd / PECO transmission and substation assets. Responsibility includes design activities located throughout the ComEd / PECO service territory. #CD# Responsible to ensure that all designs meet the design basis for transmission and substation equipment and systems on the ComEd / PECO system. Identify training requirements and ensure compliance. Define and initiate continuous improvement processes to ensure projects are designed and built to established standards. Responsible for performance measurements and design audits for all engineered plans. Oversee design completion, resource coordination and timely execution of the reliability and capacity expansion programs defined by Asset Performance and Investment Strategy. Communicate, execute and supervise the process to ensure all design packages are properly prepared and appropriately scoped prior to construction issuance. Ensure consistent application of design practices across the transmission and substation system, and coordinate feedback on required design and standards application changes. #CD# Responsible for the development and training of the internal design staff and management of the design department budget. Position may be required to work extended hours, including 24 x 7 coverage during storms or other energy delivery emergencies. PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES - Provide supervision and direction to diverse and/or specialized disciplines of functions, which have significant operational or financial impact on the company to achieve ComEds / PECOs safety, reliability and performance goals. - Functionally focused balancing a mix of day-to-day operations and policy with tactical planning. Makes decisions on engineering design activities, which have a direct impact on the department and ComEd / PECO operations with indirect impact on other departments across ComEd / PECO. - Ensure adherence to company standards, policies and procedures by workgroup employees. - Enforce all applicable company, city, state and federal safety rules and regulations. - Evaluate performance of department employees establishing standards, monitoring, and auditing to ensure the organization is meeting all responsibilities. #CD# Counsel and coach for improved performance. - Supervise the scheduling of work with Work Management, and monitor work schedules of employees to provide timely updates for the Work Management process. - Facilitate and coordinate necessary training for department and foster an attitude of continuous learning. - Provide leadership and development of team members. #CD# Provide accurate and timely feedback regarding performance and operations. #CD# Conduct performance planning and appraisals. #CD# Identify opportunities for growth and learning. #CD# Manage the design department budget and design contractor interface. - Develop and maintain an environment that fosters a high performance culture and a learning organization. #CD# Foster an environment that respects and promotes diversity and inclusion. #CD# Serves as a change agent for business initiatives and assures the human element is understood and considered. #CD# Assure timely recognition of employee contributions. #CD# Develops methods to assess communication effectiveness and implement continuous improvement initiatives. POSITION SPECIFICATIONS Minimum: -5 - 8 years Transmission & Substation design experience or equivalent external experience -4 or more years internal supervisory experience or receive acceptable rating on Supervisory Assessment - Demonstrated leadership abilities. - Broad knowledge of company, department policies, objectives, strategies, and goals#CD# applicable governmental laws and regulations. - Demonstrated effectiveness in the following areas: oral and written communication skills (at levels of the organization), consensus building, establishing and maintaining trust, driving execution and multi-tasking, fostering culture change. - Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to supervise, influence and execute with a sense of urgency and in an environment of constant change and competing priorities. Preferred: - Associates or Bachelors degree in engineering or related field - Manage a work force of approximately 8-10 designers/drafters responsible for: the generation and modification of engineering drawings including schematics, single lines, wiring diagrams, cable tabulations, civil and mechanical drawings, and bill¿ of-materials; the selection and approval of all materials used to construct the transmission and substation system; the development and support of standard transmission and substation engineering design practices; and construction standards used in the construction of the transmission and substation system. ; Responsible for employee performance appraisals. - Responsible for the direct and/or indirect supervision of a contract workforce, of varying size, required to meet the engineering and design requirements for specialty projects outside the technical expertise of the ComEd / PECO workforce or when identified work exceeds the resource capability of the department. - Responsible for providing leadership for technical support for transmission and substation materials, design, maintenance and construction standards, regulatory codes to ComEd / PECO construction forces. - Develop, enhance and maintain key interface and effective collaboration with T/S Engineering Work Management to ensure engineering and design activities are focused on optimizing construction output - Understands that actions have direct impact on ComEd / PECO reliability and customer satisfaction goals, the distribution, and the public, political, and regulatory opinion of ComEd / PECO - Meet with internal and contract project engineering staff as necessary to support transmission and substation engineering projects and initiatives. Manages actions of department to allow for the efficient design, construction, and maintenance of the transmission and substation system using a repetitive building block approach. Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law. VEVRAA Federal Contractor EEO is the Law Poster **Job** *Distribution* **Organization:** *PHI Service Company* **Title:** *Supvr Designers* **Location:** *DE-Newark* **Requisition ID:** *214126*
          (USA-NJ-Newark) Merchandise Control Manager - Newark, NJ - AUS      Cache   Translate Page      
**Overview:** **About Aramark** Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) proudly serves Fortune 500 companies, world champion sports teams, state-of-the-art healthcare providers, the world’s leading educational institutions, iconic destinations and cultural attractions, and numerous municipalities in 19 countries around the world. Our 270,000 team members deliver experiences that enrich and nourish millions of lives every day through innovative services in food, facilities management and uniforms. We operate our business with social responsibility, focusing on initiatives that support our diverse workforce, advance consumer health and wellness, protect our environment, and strengthen our communities. Aramark is recognized as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE, as well as an employer of choice by the Human Rights Campaign and DiversityInc. Learn more at www.aramark.com at http://www.aramark.com/ or connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Aramark/ and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/aramark . **Description:** Aramark Uniform Services (AUS) provides uniforms and related products to more than 400,000 customers nationwide, in virtually every industry. From designing and manufacturing to laundering and delivering, AUS works with local and national clients to create and maintain a total uniform solution that promotes teamwork and establishes a professional identity. AUS operates from over 200 locations nationwide. **Responsibilities** **:** + Manage purchase order and inventory control process + Ensure a high level of service to AUS customers through product availability while maintaining effective control over the related costs + Review orders for accuracy, pricing, and establish market center reorder levels to align inventory with targeted turn rates + Hire, train, and coach all stockroom staff to ensure proper standards are followed + Coordinate all merchandise order activity with Supply Chain department and the Distribution Centers **Qualifications:** + Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience + Three or more years of inventory control experience + Experience with ERP systems is required; Oracle preferred + Previous supervisory experience in supply chain or stockroom environment is desired + Ability to read, analyze, interpret and communicate supply management reports and directives + Ability to understand order cycles and timelines employed with good customer service + Advanced Microsoft Office skills + Bilingual Spanish preferred + Successful completion of Criminal Background, Motor Vehicle Record, and Drug Screen checks Aramark is an EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
          Tire and Lube Technicians - Delaware Tire Centers - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have a valid drivers license, prior auto shop experience preferred. Oil changes, tire repairs, tire mounting, tire rotations, air filter changes, wiper...
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          Tire and Lube Technicians - Delaware Tire Centers - Newark - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have a valid drivers license, prior auto shop experience preferred. Oil changes, tire repairs, tire mounting, tire rotations, air filter changes, wiper...
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          Counter Sales Representative - Delaware Tire Centers - Newark - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Assisting in both retail and commercial tire sales, answering phones, providing superior and prompt customer service, preparing necessary sales and service...
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          Room Attendant - SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
If you are someone who loves to clean and enjoys a supportive work environment with all of the tools that you need to be productive, please come and see us for...
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          Lawn Care Specialist - Lawn Doctor - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
The ideal candidate for this position has a strong work ethic, valid driver’s license, clean driving record, reliable transportation to work and good attendance... $13 - $15 an hour
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          Carpenter Foreman - Nationwide Construction - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid motor vehicle operator's license if required. Supervise the activities of the company’s field carpenters and/or independent subcontractors, which include... $50,000 a year
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          Manager in Training - Abercrombie Kids - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Is a leading global specialty retailer of high-quality, casual apparel for men, women and kids with an active,...
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          Cardinal Wuerl to ask pope to accept his resignation      Cache   Translate Page      

Washington D.C., Sep 12, 2018 / 04:50 pm (CNA).- An archdiocesan spokesman has confirmed that Cardinal Donald Wuerl will soon ask Pope Francis to accept his resignation as the Archbishop of Washington, D.C.

In a Sept. 11 letter to priests, Wuerl said that he would soon meet with the pope to discuss his future, but did not state at the time that he would ask the pope to allow him to resign.

The text of that letter has been posted on the website of the archdiocesan magazine.

A spokesman for Wuerl confirmed to CNA Sept. 12 that, at their next meeting, the cardinal intends to formally ask Pope Francis to allow him to step down. 

“Cardinal Wuerl understands that healing from the abuse crisis requires a new beginning and this includes new leadership for the Archdiocese of Washington,” the spokesman said.

As required by canon law, Wuerl originally submitted his resignation on Nov. 12, 2015, after turning 75 years old.

After Wuerl made a trip to Rome in late August, media reports said that Pope Francis had instructed the cardinal to return to Washington and consult with his clergy about the best way forward for him and the archdiocese.

In a meeting with priests held Labor Day, Wuerl said he would be taking time to pray and reflect on how best to proceed.

The cardinal has been the subject of considerable criticism in recent months. As the successor to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, Wuerl has faced questions about his knowledge of sexual abuse allegations made against McCarrick, which were first reported to the public June 20.

Following the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report at the end of July, Wuerl’s record as Bishop of Pittsburgh, where he served from 1988 until 2006, came under close scrutiny. Some cases in the report raised concerns that Wuerl had allowed priests accused of abuse to remain in ministry after allegations had been made.

Although he has faced calls to step down and several recent demonstrations outside his residence, it has been widely believed that Wuerl hoped to remain in his position at least until the general session of the U.S. bishops’ conference in November. That session is expected to focus on the fallout of the recent sexual abuse crises, and Wuerl was said to want to play and active part in helping the Church respond.

Speculation will now turn to the candidates to succeed him in Washington. The Archdiocese of Washington is a highly visible and sensitive post, requiring political and ecclesial acumen. In the wake of the McCarrick scandals, Wuerl’s successor will be expected to lead reform initiatives and restore trust in archdiocesan leadership.

Sources in Rome have told CNA that on his recent visit, Cardinal Wuerl presented several suggestions for his eventual replacement in Washington. While the list remains confidential, several curial sources told CNA that one bishop named was Archbishop Bernard Hebda, the Archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis.

Hebda arrived in Minneapolis as an emergency apostolic administrator in 2015 following the resignation of Archbishop Nienstedt, who was himself accused of sexual misconduct. At the same time, Hebda served as the coadjutor Archbishop of Newark and had been slated to succeed Archbishop John Myers.

While in Newark, Hedba gained a reputation as a reformer with a close interest in archdiocesan affairs, conducting unannounced visits to priests and parishes, and choosing to live on the campus of Seton Hall University where the archdiocesan seminary is housed.

Following his arrival in Minneapolis, Hebda brought the archdiocese through a protracted bankruptcy process, following multiple suits brought against it for cases of sexual abuse.

The Archdiocese of Washington told CNA that no firm date had been agreed for Cardinal Wuerl to meet with Pope Francis, adding that the meeting would take place as soon as is convenient for the pope.


          Lakewood News Briefs - Sep 13, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Royal Prince comes to Lakewood
 Malchus!
Prince Edward, youngest of Queen Elizabeth II's children, and tenth in line to the throne will be in Lakewood today. He is scheduled to play a centuries-old form of tennis Thursday at Georgian Court University. The sport is played in an enclosed court with cork-based balls that are heavier and less bouncy than modern lawn tennis balls. Rackets are shorter than lawn tennis rackets and the rules of the game are more complex than the modern version. The prince is participating in a nine-day tour of the United States court tennis courts as part of an effort to raise support for his father Prince Philip's International Award program. The court Tennis court at GCU is the second to oldest in the USA built in 1899. APP


Judy Franco: No Media coverage on Newark welfare fraud
NJ 101.5 - A Newark family that managed a local convenience store is accused of taking thousands of unearned dollars through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) by exchanging $5 million in benefits for cash.
"I’m pretty sure this story wont be covered with as much unabashed glee as it would be if there were Lakewood Jews involved, so I thought it was important to let you know"... many, many, many people from all walks of life from all races, religions, and ethnic groups steal from the welfare system every single day. I thought I’d let you know. If it weren’t so easy to defraud welfare, no one would.


APP Editor -OCP should  investigate severance package paid to Lakewood township manager


Severance packages generally go to people who have been fired or laid off.  Why is Henshaw getting severance for quitting? It is a question the Ocean County Prosecutors Office should investigate. Lakewood's generous severance package to Henshaw, coupled with the provision that he not go public with the reason for his resignation, doesn't smell right.










          Production Manager - Chemical Plant - Firmenich Inc. - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
We currently have an immediate opportunity for a Production Manager to join our Operations Department in our Newark, NJ chemical plant. Our Production Manage...
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          He wanted to be a priest. He says Archbishop McCarrick used that to abuse him.....      Cache   Translate Page      
By the summer of 1986, 26-year-old Michael Reading had heard the stories about Newark Archbishop Theodore McCarrick and his beach house in Sea Girt, N.J. So when he was invited for a barbecue and overnight stay at the beach house with McCarrick and a handful of fellow students from Seton Hall’s Immaculate Conception Seminary, he began to strategize...
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NJ-Newark, Title: Recruiter Level 3 Location: Newark, NJ 07105 Duration: 06 Month Contract Job Description: This position serves as a strategic recruiting partner to the business units and is responsible for attracting, identifying, interviewing, selecting and converting top talent for highly specialized and Director level positions. Provides mentorship and guidance to other recruitment staff. Initiate & mai
          #weave - organizedchaotichair      Cache   Translate Page      
This lil diva was so happy, she said no one has ever slayed her weave like this, from the beginning of her service till completed #happyclient #sewin with minimal leave out #newjerseyhairstylist #montclair #newark #hairextensions #weave
          Comment on Another modeling claim: Heat-related deaths likely to increase significantly as global temperatures rise by Peta of Newark      Cache   Translate Page      
They're coming close, at least they said "Our projections blah blah blah" So they're not *completely* passing the buck on this one. They could/would/<b>should</b> have said "We think blah blah blah" but somebody wimped-out. Tiz the Modern Way Right, lets talk Death Considering that 25% of *everybody* will die of a Cardio Vascular complication ('cept in Uganda where AIDs will getcha) and considering also this:- <b>"Diclofenac and ibuprofen, both commonly used drugs, were associated with significantly increased risk of cardiac arrest. "NSAIDs should be used with caution and for a valid indication. They should probably be avoided in patients with cardiovascular disease or many cardiovascular risk factors.</b> From here: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/health/common-painkiller-used-millions-increases-15113934 Why not let people eat a properly nutritious diet? How. Why. 1. Eating sugar dehydrates you, due to sugar's epic affinity for water. The first symptom of which is a mild headache. nuff said there. A lot of people think it's actually a signal to eat something. And then they wonder why they're getting so fat!!!! 2. The sugar also chemically depresses you, so, you reach for the coffee to re-awaken yourself. Try taking sugar and booze out of your life and the *first thing* you notice= Caffeine gives you 'A Bad Head' 3. Nicotine is a poison also like caffeine - how does it manifest and what's the cure if not a headache pill or another cigarette? 4. What about the comedown from cannabis or any number of other legal and otherwise 'stimulants' - deemed so necessary these days? I am forced to defer to anyone/everyone else's experience of these, I have none. Reach for the headache pill? (The sugar I'm talking about is all sugar: Fructose, Sucrose, Dextrose and not least: Processed and cooked starch= Glucose) Today's wonderation is thus: Does warm(er) weather equate to an increase in the use of headache pills, especially Ibuprofen but all NSAIDS are implicated. Would a reduction in sugar consumption reduce the number of head-aches and thus the number of cardio vascular events? What is the mechanism of death of these people during heatwaves, CVD or heatstroke. What *is* heatstroke if not a complication of dehydration? Does the purchase and use of head-ache pills increase during 'heat waves'? Is that triggering these deaths in folks who were 'close to the edge' anyway? Would my proposed reduction in sugar production, viz: The ploughing, tilling, nitrogen fertilisation and subsequent dessication of vast areas of the world's surface (10% maybe?) affect the occurrence of hot weather events? More water retained in the landscape, increased albedo of the surface and (perennial) plants transpiring water vapour for 12 months of the year instead of just 3 or 4 months max Eating fat coming from grazing animals would have all those beneficial effects. (Assuming you imagine that reduced warming *is* beneficial) Innit a wonderful world? Especially as me myself I noticed during the recent UK heatwave and follower of my own advice - I lost over 5kg in weight during the heatwave. Yes I was active, in my garden and bouncing around like a loon in front of some very loud loudspeakers in various fields BUT, during the heatwave, I was simply not hungry What gives
          Patient Access Representative (Emergency Access) Full-Time Days - Newark, NJ 07101      Cache   Translate Page      
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By the summer of 1986, 26-year-old Michael Reading had heard the stories about Newark Archbishop Theodore McCarrick and his beach house in Sea Girt, N. J. So when he was invited for a barbecue and overnight stay at the beach house with McCarrick and a...
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Immaculate Heart Media is purchasing 1160 WVNJ Oakland NJ from Universal Broadcasting of New York for $750,000. The current Brokered Talk format will give way to Immaculate Heart Media’s Catholic “Relevant Radio” network. WVNJ’s signal mostly covering the highly Catholic areas of Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey and Westchester and Rockland Counties in New York complements Immaculate Heart’s 1430 WNSW Newark, which covers New York City and adjacent New Jersey counties.

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NEWARK, N.J. — A New Jersey woman is headed to prison for her role in a monthlong crime spree across two states, including an attempted bank robbery in Pennsylvania where she and another woman dressed as nuns. Melisa Aquino Arias received a 37-month sentence Wednesday. The 24-year-old Passaic woman had pleaded guilty in June to […]
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Identify analytical solutions for business problems. And a passion for generating business impact. Develop and maintain consultative relationships with key...
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Two men were standing at adjacent urinals when one said to the other, "I'll bet you were born in Newark, Ohio."
"Why, that's right!" said the second man in surprise.

"And I'll bet you were circumcised when you were three days old."

"Right again. But how'd you....."

"And I'll bet it was done by old Doc Steadman."

"Well, yes, but how did you know?" asked the second man in amazement.

"Well, old Doc always cut them at a sixty-degree angle," explained the first guy, "and you're pissing on my shoe."



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It?s 1984, and a gorgeous, young, working-class woman, Angie Wang (Annie Q.) from Newark, NJ, is about to start her freshman year at a prestigious San Francisco university. On her first day, she meets her new roommate, a rich girl named Jeanine Rockwell (Francesca Eastwood), and the two bond over booze, boys, and their first taste of freedom! Raised by her strict father in an urban neighborhood, the sudden jolt from hardship to privileged campus life proves to be a challenge for Angie Wang. When her financial aid is cut, she uses her book and street smarts, along with school resources to synthesize the growing popular drug, Ecstasy. Angie becomes one of the west coast's largest distributors of 'X," cutting deals on campus and in posh nightclubs. Her dual life as the Asian 'model minority' coed and profit-driven drug dealer is further complicated by her desire to help Bree, a girl from one of the bay area's most infamous ghettos who reminds her of her own dark past. Angie lives the high life until her recklessness instigates a sudden tragedy from which she may not recover.

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Release Date: Sep 14, 2018

          Thank Goodness for Thomas Jefferson and 1800      Cache   Translate Page      

Not long after the limited-government U.S. Constitution was ratified and the new government resumed operation, numerous political leaders began pushing to expand federal power. Leading politicians of the 1790s did not agree with each other about the proper scope of federal authority, either legally or practically.

Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton proposed ideas for top-down manipulation of the economy. And fellow Federalist President John Adams signed into law the infamous Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798, which among other things outlawed any “false, scandalous and malicious writing” against the government, the Congress, and the president.

An article in the Washington Post the other day discussed some interesting details regarding the enforcement of the sedition statute:

Adams and his Federalist Party supporters in Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts under the guise of national security, supposedly to safeguard the nation at a time of preparing for possible war with France. The “Alien” part of the law allowed the government to deport immigrants and made it harder for naturalized citizens to vote. But the law mainly was designed to mute backers of the opposition Democratic-Republican Party led by Thomas Jefferson, who also happened to be the vice president. Jefferson had finished second to Adams in the 1796 presidential election and again ran against him in 1800.

An early target of the new law was Rep. Matthew Lyon, who had accused Adams of “ridiculous pomp.” In the fall of 1798 the government accused the Vermont congressman of being “a malicious and seditious person, and of a depraved mind and a wicked and diabolical disposition.” He was convicted of sedition, fined $1,000 and sentenced to four months in prison. Lyon campaigned for reelection from jail and won in a landslide. On his release in February 1799, supporters greeted him with a parade and hailed him as “a martyr to the cause of liberty and the rights of man.”

… Another target was James Callender, a pro-Jefferson journalist for the Richmond Examiner and the man who had exposed Federalist Alexander Hamilton’s extramarital affair. In 1800, Callender wrote an election campaign pamphlet that said of Adams: “As President he has never opened his lips, or lifted his pen, without threatening and scolding; the grand object of his administration has been to exasperate the rage of contending parties … and destroy every man who differs from his opinions.” Callander was convicted of sedition, fined $200 and sent to federal prison for nine months. He continued to write from his prison cell, calling Adams “a gross hypocrite and an unprincipled oppressor.”

… The government also came after critics of some members of the Adams administration, such as Treasury Secretary Hamilton. In 1799, Charles Holt, editor of the New London Bee in Connecticut, published an article accusing Hamilton of seeking to expand the U.S. military into a standing army. He also took personal jabs at Hamilton, asking, “Are our young officers and soldiers to learn virtue from General Hamilton? Or like their generals are they to be found in the bed of adultery?” The government promptly charged Holt with being a “wicked, malicious seditious and ill-disposed person — greatly disaffected” to the U.S. government. He was fined $200 and sent to jail for three months.

The speech crackdown extended even to private remarks, as Luther Baldwin, the skipper of a garbage boat in Newark, discovered. In July 1798, while passing through Newark on his way to his summer home in Massachusetts, Adams rode in his coach in a downtown parade complete with a 16-cannon salute. When Baldwin and his buddy Brown Clark heard the cannon shots while drinking heavily at a local tavern, Clark remarked, “There goes the president, and they are firing at his arse.” Baldwin responded that he didn’t care “if they fired thro’ his arse.” The tavern owner reported the conversation, and both drinkers were fined and jailed for sedition.

Thomas Jefferson and James Madison led the opposition to the big government Federalist policies of the 1790s, and “in the end, widespread anger over the Alien and Sedition Acts fueled Jefferson’s victory over Adams in the bitterly contested 1800 presidential election.” Free speech was restored and the incoming president would focus on cutting the excess spending, taxes, and debt built up by the prior Federalist administrations.


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L’un des pilotes d’un vol de la compagnie United Airlines reliant Newark à Glasgow a tranquillement fait une sieste en plein vol devant des passagers abasourdis. Après une heure et demie de sommeil, il est ensuite retourné à son poste comme si de rien n’était. Les passagers  ont été stupéfaits lorsqu’au milieu du voyage, l’un …
          Florida Keys Tourism Rebounds with Fresh New Resorts, New Airlift      Cache   Translate Page      

Almost a year after Hurricane Irma passed through the Florida Keys, Hawks Cay Resort, one of the Florida Keys’ largest properties, has reopened following a $50 million renovation.


Owners of Hawks Cay, situated on Duck Key near Marathon, used the opportunity to enhance the property’s appeal to travelers.

“After Hurricane Irma we didn’t just look at recovering from the storm,” said Hawks Cay Managing Director Sheldon Suga. “That would have been the quickest and easiest way to do this, but it was an opportunity for us to re-imagine Hawks Cay.”

Among enhancements guests can experience are completely renovated rooms, two new restaurants and a new oceanfront, adults-only relaxation area called Oasis Cay with pool, food and beverage facilities.


Return of the resort’s 177 hotel rooms boost the Keys lodging inventory to just over 90 percent operational following the Sept. 10, 2017, tropical cyclone, Keys tourism officials said.

All-new and fully refurbished properties continue to be unveiled throughout the 125-mile-long island chain. Nearly all resorts impacted by Irma are projected to be fully open before the end of 2018.

New Airlift


Beginning Oct. 4, United Airlines is to increase to year-round (from seasonal) daily nonstop service to Key West from New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport on 70-seat E170 aircraft. During peak travel season, February through May 2019, United is to add a second flight into Key West from Newark.

Through mid-December, United is to operate Saturday and Sunday nonstop service between Key West and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. From mid-December through May 2019, United is to increase its Key West–Chicago frequency to a daily flight.

On Dec. 24, American Airlines is to resume nonstop winter and spring service into Key West from Dallas–Fort Worth, operating daily flights through April 1, 2019, on 76-passenger E175 regional jets. The service is being continued due to strong performance with its summer seasonal nonstop service on the same route.

Accommodations


Key Largo

The Keys’ first all- or “luxury- inclusive” adults-only resort is to be unveiled later this year. Bungalows Key Largo is to showcase 135 stand-alone units, two pools and several restaurants and bars.

Also in Key Largo, the new 200-room Baker’s Cay Resort, a Curio Collection by Hilton, is scheduled to open by late fall as the Keys’ first Curio property. Attractions include 17,000 square feet of meeting space and amenities for pets.

The 60-acre Ocean Pointe Suites is open with 170 suites sleeping up to four to six guests, a newly restored marina and private beach and a new over-the-water gazebo for intimate weddings and events.

Islamorada 

Islamorada Resort Co.’s 145-unit Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina is scheduled to reopen in November with 14 cottages; its Ciao Hound restaurant, Tiki and raw bars and marina are open. The company’s other three Islamorada properties, the 63-unit Pelican Cove Resort, 54-unit La Siesta Resort & Marina and 110-room Amara Cay Resort, are open.

The 27-acre, 214-unit oceanfront Cheeca Lodge Resort & Spa is showcasing a $25 million redesign and new Mia Cucina pizzeria and pasta bistro since reopening March 30. A third pool and second Tiki bar, named South 25, are planned.

Cheeca Lodge’s renovation includes a rebuilt 525-foot-long wooden fishing pier, redesign of its main lobby and all rooms, 4,600 square feet of meeting and function space, a 5,700-square-foot spa with seven treatment rooms and a refurbished nine-hole golf course.

Chesapeake Resort is open with 20 garden-view units, one pool and accessibility to its onsite beach. Its remaining 45 units and resort amenities are scheduled to reopen late this year.

Islander Bayside Resort is open with 25 two-story, two-bedroom townhomes. Its sister property, the 25-acre oceanside Islander Resort, is to reopen late this year with an all-new contemporary design, culinary concepts and family splash pad.

The 37-room Hadley House Resort opened Aug. 18 with 21 rooms; another 16 are to reopen in October. Two miles away, the 22-room, 5-acre Fisher Inn Resort & Marina is scheduling a partial opening Oct. 1.

Marathon

An all-new 80-room, full-service Hampton Inn Marathon with a 24-hour fitness center opened June 21 under the Hilton Portfolio of Brands.

At the Seven Mile Bridge oceanside, the all-new 24-acre, 199-unit Isla Bella Beach Resort at mile marker 47 is to offer a 4,000-square-foot spa, five pools, four food and beverage concepts and a marina. The resort, to open in early 2019, is to offer more than 24,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Bocce, croquet, oversized chess, complimentary bicycles, on-site watersports and guided fishing expeditions are to be on-site.

Lower Keys

Deer Run Bed & Breakfast on Big Pine is targeting its reopening later this year as a green lodging property with each of four units rebuilt to an elevated oceanfront or ocean view. On Little Torch Key, Parmer’s Resort is fully open with 44 units including two cottages and a new 90-foot-long beach. Off Little Torch Key, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is scheduled to reopen in 2020.

Of the Keys’ main RV resorts, Sunshine Key RV Resort & Marina on the 75-acre Ohio Key in the Lower Keys is open with more than 100 sites, including about 80 RV and 20 new travel trailers and sites to rent. All 399 sites are scheduled to be open by Oct. 1. Amenities include a new corn hole field area, renovated recreation center and stepladder access to an ocean swimming area from a new sunset pier.

Also in the Lower Keys, Sugarloaf KOA/Key West KOA is to reopen in 2019.

Key West

All properties are open in Key West except two.

The 64-suite The Laureate Key West, an all-suite Opal Collection member and the former Key West Bayside Inn & Suites, is scheduled to open Sept. 16. The 148-unit Parrot Key Resort, with four pools and a new food and beverage concept with poolside al fresco dining, is scheduled to reopen Nov. 1.


Florida Keys Attractions


All Florida Keys attractions are open. Fishing, snorkeling and diving charters are operating.

National Parks, Refuges

On Big Pine Key, a new 1,840-square-foot Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges Nature Center, currently under construction near mile marker 30.5, is to open in late fall showcasing the Keys’ four national wildlife refuges with exhibits, space for interactive events and a nature bookstore operated by the Florida Keys Wildlife Society.

The federally protected National Key Deer Refuge, Great White Heron and Key West national wildlife refuges are open, and Key Largo’s Crocodile Lake National Wildlife Refuge is open as usual for organized volunteer activities and guided walks.

Dry Tortugas National Park is open, with the Yankee Freedom III ferry service and Key West Seaplane Adventures air service running full schedules.

In Everglades National Park, drive-up camping sites at the Flamingo Campground are open. Flamingo Visitor Center is open with ranger-guided programs; canoes and kayaks can be rented. Park waters are open for boating.

Florida State Parks in the Keys

All 10 Keys state parks are open for day use as restoration efforts continue.

In Key Largo, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, the first undersea park in the United States, is open for beachgoing, overnight camping at 47 full-facility sites, short hiking and scuba diving. Tours for glass-bottom boats, dive excursions and snorkeling operate several times daily, weather permitting. Docks are repaired and boat slips are available for overnight rentals. Snacks and drinks are available and the park’s Blue Heron Cafe food concession is being rebuilt. The park’s Visitor Center and Aquarium reopened in January.

In the Lower Keys, Loggerhead Beach along the Atlantic Ocean in Bahia Honda State Park is scheduled to reopen in late September. Calusa Beach on the park’s northwest side is open. Its Buttonwood and Bayside campgrounds currently offer 48 RV and 10 tent campsites and six cabins. The park’s concession is open with food, snorkel and boat tours and beach gear rentals and souvenirs. The park’s boat ramp and marina are open.

Bahia Honda’s oceanfront Sandspur Beach and campground are scheduled to reopen by late 2019.


Special Events


The Florida Keys & Key West calendar of events can be viewed at fla-keys.com/calendar/.

          Senior Data Scientist - Prudential - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Cher: Here We Go Again Tour’s show in Newark, NJ – presale code      Cache   Translate Page      

A Cher: Here We Go Again Tour pre-sale password is now available: For a very short time you can acquire your show tickets before the general public. presale code for Cher: Here We Go Again Tour tickets in Newark - NJ (Prudential Center) If you don’t get your tickets to Cher: Here We Go Again Tour’s show in Newark during this pre-sale you might not be able to acquire them before they are all gone!
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Cher: Here We Go Again Tour
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Fri 5/3/19 @ 8pm

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          Oct 12, 2018: Parents & Family Weekend 2018 at University of Delaware      Cache   Translate Page      

Parents and Family Weekend is Friday, October 12 through Sunday, October 14, 2018.Please REGISTER HERE if you plan to attend Parents and Family Weekend and to receive email updates. There is no fee for registering.

Tickets for the Friday night comedy show, Game Day Celebration, Magic and Murder Mystery in the Morris Library and Sunday brunch are on sale now HERE. Please visit the Ticket Information page for more information about purchasing tickets.

Please join us for this special weekend on the University of Delaware Newark campus. Events include:

The Friday Night Comedy Show featuring Jeff Foxworthy – live at the Bob Carpenter Center (Friday)Major Mania – information about career pathways, majors, minors and out-of-classroom experiences (Friday)Game Day Celebration – Family, Food and Fun! – food, fun and festivities for the whole family (Saturday)UD Football – cheer on the Blue Hens as they take on Elon (Saturday)In addition to information about these events, coming soon you’ll find lots of information on our website about college and department events, programs, tours and more. Check back often as we will be adding more events throughout the summer.

For nearby places to stay, please visit our accommodations page. Hotels in the area fill quickly for this weekend, so don’t delay in making your reservations. For information about restaurants, events and activities in the area, visit the City of Newark Visitors Page and the Greater Newark Delaware website.

Parking is available in numerous parking lots and garages across campus. Recommended parking lots are Pearson, Amstel, and the library as well as the Perkins Student Center garage, which is $6 per day. In addition, complimentary parking is available in lots 3, 54, and 55 located at the corner of Wyoming Road and South Chapel Street and in lot 6 on Laird Campus, slightly north of the Christiana West Tower. Complimentary parking is also available at the Bob Carpenter Center on Friday evening for the comedy show. Fees are charged for parking at the stadium and on south campus on Saturday. The fee for single game parking on south campus is $15 per car. Campus parking maps are available on the Parking and Transportation website. A map of campus may be found here, and a football game parking map may be found here.

For information about tailgating at the football game, please see the parking and tailgating document. Please note that items prohibited from the Delaware Stadium for football games are: alcohol, animals, backpacks, bottles, cans, coolers, large bags, noisemakers, open containers, outside food and drinks, umbrellas, video cameras and weapons. Please also note that there is no re-entry to the football game after exiting.

Special PFW Shuttle buses will run continuous loops from the Smith overpass and Perkins Student Center to the Bob Carpenter Center on Saturday beginning at 12:30 p.m. and running until 1 hour after the football game ends, approximately 8:30 p.m. Visit the UD Shuttle Schedule for the regular shuttle schedule.

Ticket refunds are not issued. Most events do not require tickets but do require an RSVP to the host department. Please refer to specific event details for more information.

For special accommodations during Parents and Family Weekend for the comedy show, Game Day Celebration or Sunday Brunch, please email studentlife@udel.edu. For special accommodations for the football game, please call 302-831-2257. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as amended in 2008, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the University of Delaware is committed to providing equal access for students, employees and visitors with disabilities. The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) provides reasonable accommodations and ensures equal access to University programs and services.

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          Oct 12, 2018: Parents & Family Weekend Comedy Show: Jeff Foxworthy at Bob Carpenter Sports Center      Cache   Translate Page      

Best-selling comedian and author Jeff Foxworthy will featured at the University of Delaware’s annual Parents and Family Weekend, scheduled Friday, Oct. 12-Sunday, Oct. 14, on the Newark campus.

Jeff Foxworthy will perform during UD's Parents and Family Weekend.Foxworthy, who is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history and the best-selling author of more than 26 books, will perform at the Friday Night Comedy Show, scheduled at 8 p.m., Oct. 12, in the Bob Carpenter Center.

Tickets for the comedy show and other weekend activities are on sale now, at udel.edu/parents/weekend, and registration is now open at that site for anyone who would like to receive updates about the celebration.

Other Parents and Family Weekend activities will include

• Major Fest, with information about career pathways, majors, minors and out-of-classroom experiences on Friday;

• Family Fest Indoor Tailgate, with food, fun and festivities for the whole family on Saturday;

• UD Football, an opportunity to cheer on the Fightin’ Blue Hens as they take Elon in Delaware Stadium on Saturday; and

• Special activities, such as college and department events, programs, tours and more.

For more details and updates on Parents and Family Weekend events, please visit the website

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          Chase Bank Business Checking Promotion: $200 Sign-Up Cash Bonus      Cache   Translate Page      
I’ll keep this page updated with the latest Chase Business Checking account promotions and bonuses. Offers for Chase Bank’s Business Checking accounts come around less often an their Personal Checking offers, so take advantage of them while they’re around. Established in 1982 and headquartered in Newark, Delaware, Chase Bank is the second largest bank in […]
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Find the latest promotions and bonuses for Chase student Checking accounts updated here, which often aren’t available all year long. If you’re interested in bonus offers for Chase Bank’s regular consumer Checking accounts, see this Chase bonuses page here. Chase Bank was established in 1982 and is currently headquartered in Newark, Delaware. Behind Wells Fargo, Chase […]
          Medical Assistant -Receptionist - Pemberton MD PC - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
We are looking for a competent Medical Assistant/Receptionist to join our team at a very busy Doctors office. Job description: * Managing phone calls *... $12 - $15 an hour
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COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Department of Education released its annual school report cards Thursday.

This year, for the first time, schools and districts were assigned an overall letter grade.

Columbus City Schools received an overall grade of F.

The district released a statement, saying in part, "There’s far more to measuring a child’s learning and growth than what’s scored on the state’s annual local report card, which offers only a limited snapshot on six state-selected indicators and a new overall district grade."

See how your school district performed:

All Districts | Public Schools | Community Schools | Dropout Recovery and Prevention Schools | Career Technical Schools | Third Grade Reading Guarantee | 2018 Report Card Guide

The overall grade is calculated by using results in six components:

  • Achievement
  • Progress
  • Gap Closing
  • Improving At-Risk K-2 Readers
  • Graduation Rate
  • Prepared for Success

OVERALL GRADES

Athens County:
Alexander Local: C
Trimble Local: D
Nelsonville-York City: D
Federal Hocking Local: D
Athens City: C

Delaware County:
Buckeye Valley Local: B
Delaware City Delaware: C
Olentangy Local Delaware: B
Big Walnut Local: B

Fairfield County:
Amanda-Clearcreek Local: C
Liberty Union-Thurston Local: C
Bloom-Carroll Local: B
Fairfield Union Local: B
Lancaster City: C
Walnut Township Local: D
Pickerington Local: B
Berne Union Local: C

Fayette County:
Washington Court House City: C
Miami Trace Local: C


Franklin County:
Bexley City: A
Canal Winchester: D
Columbus City School District: F
Grandview Heights Schools: B
Hamilton Local: C
Hilliard City: C
Dublin City: B
Gahanna-Jefferson City: B
South-Western City: D
Groveport Madison Local: C
New Albany-Plain Local: A
Reynoldsburg City: D
Upper Arlington City: B
Westerville City: C
Whitehall City: D
Worthington City: B

Knox County:
Centerburg Local: C
Danville Local: D
Fredericktown Local: B
East Knox Local: D
Mount Vernon City: C


Licking County:
Granville Exempted Village: A
Heath City: C
Lakewood Local: D
Johnstown-Monroe Local: C
Northridge Local: C
Licking Valley Local: D
Newark City: D
Licking Heights Local: D
Southwest Licking Local: C
North Fork Local: D

Madison County:
London City: D
Madison-Plains Local: C
Jonathan Alder Local: B
Jefferson Local: C

Marion County:
River Valley Local: B
Elgin Local: C
Marion City: D
Pleasant Local: B
Ridgedale Local: C

Muskingum County:
Tri-Valley Local: C
Franklin Local: C
East Muskingum Local: C
Maysville Local: B
West Muskingum Local: C
Zanesville City: D

Pickaway County:
Teays Valley Local: C
Circleville City: C
Logan Elm Local: B
Westfall Local: C

Pike County:
Eastern Local School District: D
Western Local: D
Scioto Valley Local: C
Waverly City: C

Ross County:
Paint Valley Local: D
Chillicothe City: D
Huntington Local: D
Southeastern Local: C
Union-Scioto Local: C
Zane Trace Local: D
Adena Local: C

Union County:
Marysville Exempted Village: B
Fairbanks Local: B
North Union Local School District: B


          Quello che oggi viviamo è solo il crinale di un cambiamento d’epoca - Georg Gänswein      Cache   Translate Page      
L’11 settembre 2018, a Roma, presso Palazzo Montecitorio, si è svolta una presentazione del volume di Rod Dreher, L’opzione Benedetto. Una strategia per i cristiani in un mondo post-cristiano (trad. it., Edizioni San Paolo, Milano 2018). Nel corso della conferenza, S.E. Mons. Georg Gänswein, Prefetto della Casa Pontificia, ha svolto una relazione, il cui testo in lingua italiana riproduciamo qui integralmente.

Ringrazio cordialmente per l’invito alla Camera, che ho accettato volentieri, a presentare il volume di Rod Dreher che viene dall’America e del quale avevo già sentito molto parlare. Benedetto da Norcia, il padre del monachesimo al quale il libro deve il suo titolo programmatico, mi ha molto stimolato a venire qui oggi. Ma mi ha anche molto toccato e commosso la data in cui ci incontriamo con il valoroso autore qui a Roma.
Perché oggi è l’11 settembre che in America, dall’autunno del 2001 in poi, viene chiamato solo e semplicemente “Nine/Eleven”, per ricordare quella sciagura apocalittica nella quale allora membri dell’organizzazione terroristica Al Qaida, attaccarono gli Stati Uniti d’America a New York e a Washington di fronte agli occhi del mondo intero, utilizzando come granate degli aerei di linea dirottati in volo pieni di passeggeri.

Quanto più, nel turbine di notizie delle ultime settimane, mi curvavo sul libro di Rod Dreher, tanto più – a seguito della pubblicazione del rapporto del Grand Jury della Pennsylvania – in questo nostro incontro non potevo non scorgere un vero e proprio atto della Divina Provvidenza: oggi, infatti, anche la Chiesa cattolica guarda piena di sconcerto al proprio “Nine/Eleven”, al proprio 11 settembre, anche se questa catastrofe non è purtroppo associata a un’unica data, quanto a tanti giorni e anni, e a innumerevoli vittime.

Vi prego di non fraintendermi: non intendo confrontare né le vittime né i numeri degli abusi nell’ambito della Chiesa cattolica con le complessive 2.996 persone innocenti che l’11 settembre persero la vita a seguito degli attentati terroristici al World Trade Center e al Pentagono.

Nessuno (fino ad ora) ha attaccato la Chiesa di Cristo con aerei di linea pieni di passeggeri. La Basilica di San Pietro è in piedi e così anche le cattedrali in Francia, in Germania o in Italia che continuano a rappresentare l’emblema di molte città del mondo occidentale, da Firenze a Chartres, passando per Colonia e Monaco di Baviera.

E tuttavia, le notizie provenienti dall’America che ultimamente ci hanno informato di quante anime sono state ferite irrimediabilmente e mortalmente da sacerdoti della Chiesa cattolica, ci trasmettono un messaggio ancor più terribile di quanto avrebbe potuto essere la notizia dell’improvviso crollo di tutte le chiese della Pennsylvania, insieme alla “Basilica del Santuario Nazionale dell'Immacolata Concezione” a Washington.

Dicendo questo, ricordo come se fosse ieri quando il 16 aprile 2008, accompagnando Papa Benedetto XVI proprio in quel Santuario Nazionale della Chiesa cattolica negli Stati Uniti d’America, egli in modo toccante cercò di scuotere i vescovi convenuti da tutti gli Stati Uniti: parlava chino per la “profonda vergogna” causata “dall’abuso sessuale dei minori da parte di sacerdoti” e “dell’enorme dolore che le vostre comunità hanno sofferto quando uomini di Chiesa hanno tradito i loro obblighi e compiti sacerdotali con un simile comportamento gravemente immorale”. 

Ma evidentemente invano, come vediamo oggi. Il lamento del Santo Padre non riuscì a contenere il male, e nemmeno le assicurazioni formali e gli impegni a parole di una grande parte della gerarchia.
E ora Rod Dreher è qui fra noi e inizia il suo libro con queste parole: “Nessun vide arrivare l’alluvione, un autentico diluvio universale”. Nei suoi ringraziamenti, egli esprime particolare gratitudine a Benedetto XVI. E a me sembra che abbia scritto ampie parti del libro quasi in un dialogo silenzioso con il Papa emerito che tace, rifacendosi alla sua forza profetico-analitica, come ad esempio quando scrive:
“Nel 2012 l’allora Pontefice disse che la crisi spirituale che sta colpendo l’Occidente è la più grave dalla caduta dell’Impero Romano, occorsa verso la fine del V secolo. La luce del cristianesimo sta spegnendosi in tutto l’Occidente.”
Perciò vi prego di permettere di seguito anche a me di accompagnare la presentazione dell’“Opzione Benedetto” di Rod Dreher con parole prese dalla bocca di Papa Benedetto XVI, pronunciate durante il suo ministero, che per me sono rimaste indimenticabili e che nel corso della lettura del libro mi sono via via ritornate in mente: ad esempio quelle dell’11 maggio 2010, quando durante il volo papale verso Fatima egli confidò ai giornalisti:
“Il Signore ci ha detto che la Chiesa sarebbe stata sempre sofferente, in modi diversi, fino alla fine del mondo. [...] Quanto alle novità che possiamo oggi scoprire (in questo terzo segreto del messaggio di Fatima), vi è anche il fatto che non solo da fuori vengono attacchi al Papa e alla Chiesa, ma le sofferenze della Chiesa vengono proprio dall’interno della Chiesa, dal peccato che esiste nella Chiesa. Anche questo si è sempre saputo, ma oggi lo vediamo in modo realmente terrificante: che la più grande persecuzione della Chiesa non viene dai nemici fuori, ma nasce dal peccato nella Chiesa.”
In quel momento egli era Papa già da cinque anni. E più di cinque anni prima – il 25 marzo 2005 – nel corso della Via Crucis al Colosseo, di fronte a Giovanni Paolo II morente, nella meditazione della nona stazione, il Cardinale Ratzinger aveva già trovato le seguenti parole:
“Che cosa può dirci la terza caduta di Gesù sotto il peso della croce? Forse ci fa pensare alla caduta dell’uomo in generale, all’allontanamento di molti da Cristo, alla deriva verso un secolarismo senza Dio. Ma non dobbiamo pensare anche a quanto Cristo debba soffrire nella sua stessa Chiesa? Quante volte si abusa del santo sacramento della sua presenza, in quale vuoto e cattiveria del cuore spesso egli entra! Quante volte celebriamo soltanto noi stessi senza neanche renderci conto di lui! Quante volte la sua Parola viene distorta e abusata! Quanta poca fede c’è in tante teorie, quante parole vuote! Quanta sporcizia c’è nella Chiesa, e proprio anche tra coloro che, nel sacerdozio, dovrebbero appartenere completamente a lui! Quanta superbia, quanta autosufficienza! Tutto ciò è presente nella sua passione. Il tradimento dei discepoli, la ricezione indegna del suo Corpo e del suo Sangue è certamente il più grande dolore del Redentore, quello che gli trafigge il cuore. Non ci rimane altro che rivolgergli, dal più profondo dell’animo, il grido: Kyrie, eleison – Signore, salvaci!
In precedenza, Giovanni Paolo II ci aveva insegnato che il vero e compiuto ecumenismo è l’ecumenismo dei martiri, per il quale nelle nostre angustie possiamo invocare santa Edith Stein, accanto a Dietrich Bonhoeffer, quali nostri intercessori in Cielo. Ma, come nel frattempo sappiamo, esiste anche un ecumenismo delle difficoltà e della mondanizzazione, e un ecumenismo dell’incredulità e della comune fuga da Dio e dalla Chiesa che attraversa tutte le confessioni. E un ecumenismo del generale oscuramento di Dio. Per questo quello che oggi viviamo è solo il crinale di un cambiamento d’epoca che Dreher profeticamente già un anno fa aveva presentato in America. Aveva visto arrivare la grande alluvione!

E tuttavia egli è anche fermo sul fatto che eclissi di Dio non significa affatto che Dio non c’è più, ma che molti non riconoscono più Dio perché di fronte al Signore si sono frapposte delle ombre che lo oscurano. Oggi sono le ombre dei peccati, dei misfatti e dei delitti dall’interno della Chiesa a oscurare a molti la vista della sua luminosa presenza.

Quella Chiesa popolare nel cui seno ancora noi stessi nascemmo e che così come si ebbe in Europa non ci fu in America, nell’avanzare di questo processo di oscuramento è morta da tempo. Il tono vi sembra eccessivamente drammatico?

Drammatici sono i numeri relativi alle uscite dalla Chiesa. Ma ancor più drammatico è un altro dato ancora: secondo gli ultimi rilevamenti, dei cattolici in Germania che ancora non sono usciti dalla Chiesa, solo il 9,8% la domenica si incontra nelle rispettive Case di Dio per la comune celebrazione della santissima Eucaristia.

Ancora una volta questo mi riporta alla mente le parole di Benedetto XVI pronunciate durante il primo Viaggio dopo la sua elezione. Era il 29 maggio 2005 quando, sulle rive del mar Adriatico, rivolgendosi a un pubblico prevalentemente di giovani venuti ad ascoltarlo, ricordò che la domenica, quale “Pasqua settimanale”, è “espressione dell’identità della comunità cristiana e centro della sua vita e della sua missione”. Il tema scelto dal Congresso eucaristico (“Senza la domenica non possiamo vivere”) lo riportava però indietro, disse il Papa, all’anno 304, quando l’imperatore Diocleziano proibì ai cristiani, sotto pena di morte, di possedere le Scritture, di riunirsi la domenica per celebrare l’Eucaristia e di costruire luoghi per le loro assemblee. E proseguì:
“Ad Abitene, una piccola località nell’attuale Tunisia, 49 cristiani furono sorpresi una domenica mentre, riuniti in casa di Ottavio Felice, celebravano l’Eucaristia sfidando così i divieti imperiali. Arrestati, vennero condotti a Cartagine per essere interrogati dal Proconsole Anulino. Significativa, tra le altre, la risposta che un certo Emerito diede al Proconsole che gli chiedeva perché mai avessero trasgredito l’ordine severo dell'imperatore. Egli rispose: "Sine dominico non possumus": cioè senza riunirci in assemblea la domenica per celebrare l’Eucaristia non possiamo vivere. Ci mancherebbero le forze per affrontare le difficoltà quotidiane e non soccombere. Dopo atroci torture, questi 49 martiri di Abitene furono uccisi. Confermarono così, con l’effusione del sangue, la loro fede. Morirono, ma vinsero: noi ora li ricordiamo nella gloria del Cristo risorto”.
Che significa?
Significa che quello che noi ancora da bambini, nelle così dette Chiese popolari, avevamo conosciuto come il così detto “obbligo domenicale”, in realtà è il più prezioso segno distintivo dei cristiani. E che è più antico di tutte le Chiese popolari. È dunque veramente una vera crisi degli ultimi tempi quella nella quale la Chiesa cattolica si trova immersa ormai da tempo; una crisi, però, che credettero di percepire nei loro giorni anche mia madre e mio padre – “vedere l’abominio della desolazione stare nel luogo santo” – e che d’altronde forse ogni generazione nella Storia della Chiesa ha scorto al proprio orizzonte.

Ultimamente, però, ci sono stati giorni in cui mi sono sentito come riportato indietro ai giorni della mia fanciullezza – nella fucina di mio padre nella Foresta nera, al suono dei colpi di martello sull’incudine che sembravano non finire mai, e tuttavia questa volta senza mio padre, delle cui mani sicure mi fidavo come di quelle di Dio.

In questa sensazione evidentemente non sono solo. In maggio, infatti, anche Willem Jacobus Eijk, cardinale arcivescovo di Utrecht, ha ammesso che, guardando all’attuale crisi, pensa alla “prova finale che dovrà attraversare la Chiesa” prima della venuta di Cristo – descritta dal paragrafo 675 del Catechismo della Chiesa cattolica – e che “scuoterà la fede di molti credenti”. “La persecuzione – continua il Catechismo – che accompagna il pellegrinaggio della Chiesa sulla terra svelerà il ‘mistero di iniquità’.”

Con questo “mysterium iniquitatis” Rod Dreher ha la familiarità di un’esorcista, come ha dimostrato con le sue ricostruzioni degli ultimi mesi, con le quali anch’egli ha favorito – forse come nessun altro giornalista più di lui – la rivelazione dello scandalo dell’ex arcivescovo di Newark e Washington. E tuttavia Dreher non è un giornalista investigativo. E nemmeno un visionario, ma un sobrio analista che da tempo segue in modo vigile e critico la condizione della Chiesa e del mondo, ma nonostante questo mantenendo comunque sul mondo lo sguardo amorevole di un bambino.

Per questo Dreher non presenta un romanzo apocalittico come il famoso “Signore del mondo” con il quale nel 1906 il presbitero inglese Robert Hugh Benson scosse il mondo anglosassone. Il libro di Dreher, invece, assomiglia più a delle istruzioni pratiche e praticabili per la costruzione di un’arca: perché egli sa che non c’è alcuna diga con la quale si possa ancora arginare la grande alluvione; un’alluvione che non solo da ieri è in procinto di inondare l’antico Occidente cristiano al quale per lui è ovvio che appartiene anche l’America.

Da qui emerge subito con chiarezza una triplice differenza fra Dreher e Benson: in primo luogo, da americano autentico qual è, Dreher è più pratico dell’alquanto bizzarro britannico di Cambridge nell’epoca precedente alla Prima guerra mondiale. Inoltre, da cittadino della Louisiana, Dreher è per così dire a prova di uragano. E infine egli non è affatto un religioso, ma un laico che cerca di conquistare anime al Regno di Dio che Gesù Cristo ha annunciato per noi non sulla base di un incarico ingiuntogli da altri, quanto sulle ali di un entusiasmo e di una volontà assolutamente personali. In questo senso è un uomo che corrisponde completamente al desiderio e al gusto di Papa Francesco, perché nessun altro a Roma quanto lui sa che la crisi della Chiesa, nel suo nocciolo, è una crisi del clero.

E che dunque è scoccata l’ora dei laici forti e decisi, soprattutto nei nuovi mezzi di comunicazione cattolici indipendenti, esattamente come incarnati da Rod Dreher.
La leggerezza del suo stile narrativo va evidentemente ricondotta all’universo della più nobile tradizione degli Stati Uniti dell’America meridionale ai quali Mark Twain ha conferito un rango universale. Prima ho detto che ultimamente mi sono sentito più volte rivisto nella fucina di mio padre, al suono dei suoi colpi di martello sull’incudine: e devo ammettere a riguardo che la lettura semplice e scorrevole di questo libro importante e significativo mi ha di continuo riportato al mondo avventuroso della mia fanciullezza, quando bambino sognante correvo dietro a Tom Sawyer e al suo amico Huck’ Finn.

In Rod Dreher, al contrario, non si tratta di sogni, ma di fatti e analisi che egli condensa in una frase come questa: “L’Uomo psicologico… ora è padrone della cultura – come senza dubbio gli Ostrogoti, i Visigoti, i Vandali e altri popoli conquistatori si impadronirono di ciò che restava dell’Impero Romano.”
Oppure in quest’altra: “I nostri scienziati, i nostri giudici, i nostri principi e i nostri scribi – sono tutti quanti all’opera per demolire la fede, la famiglia, il genere, persino quel che significa essere umani. I nostri barbari hanno barattato le pelli animali e le lance del passato in cambio di vestiti firmati e telefoni cellulari.”
Il terzo capitolo inizia con queste parole: “Tornare indietro nel tempo non si può, ma tornare a Norcia sì”.
Poco dopo prosegue così, in modo profeticamente attuale e tuttavia per nulla malizioso: “La leggenda vuole che, in una disputa con un cardinale, Napoleone gli avesse fatto notare che aveva il potere di distruggere la Chiesa.
‘Maestà’, replicò il cardinale, ‘noi, il clero, abbiamo fatto del nostro meglio per distruggere la Chiesa negli ultimi milleottocento anni. Non ci siamo riusciti noi, e non ce la farete nemmeno voi’”.
“Quattro anni dopo aver cacciato i Benedettini da quella che era la loro casa da quasi un millennio, l’impero di Napoleone era in rovina, e lui era in esilio. Oggi si può nuovamente sentire il suono del canto gregoriano nella città natale del santo.”

In quella stessa Norcia però si udì anche il boato profondo del grande terremoto che nell’agosto del 2016 scosse la città e che in pochi secondi ridusse in macerie la Basilica di san Benedetto, ad eccezione della facciata. Pressappoco nello stesso periodo violenti nubifragi inondavano la città natale di Rod Dreher sul corso superiore del Mississippi. Due drammatiche scene chiave che, come in una sceneggiatura divina, stanno rispettivamente all’inizio e alla fine del suo libro, quasi fossero illustrazioni di un’unica tesi che Dreher nel primo capitolo formula così:
 “La realtà della nostra situazione è davvero allarmante, ma non ci è concesso di vedere istericamente tutto nero. In questa crisi è iscritta una benedizione nascosta, se vogliamo aprire gli occhi per vederla. [...] La tempesta incombente potrebbe essere un mezzo attraverso il quale Dio ci libera.”
Negli ultimi giorni spesso all’interno della Chiesa si è sentito ripetere il concetto di terremoto associandolo a quel crollo per il quale, come affermo, ora anche la Chiesa ha sperimentato il suo “Nine/Eleven”, il suo 11 settembre.

Rod Dreher invece descrive la risposta dei monaci di Norcia alla catastrofe che ha ridotto in macerie il monastero nel luogo di nascita di san Benedetto con poche parole che sento l’obbligo di leggervi, per quanto sono significative ed eloquenti:
“I monaci benedettini di Norcia sono diventati un segno per il mondo in tanti modi che non prevedevo, quando cominciai a scrivere questo libro. Nell’agosto 2016, un terremoto devastante scosse la loro regione. Quando la scossa arrivò nel bel mezzo della notte, i monaci erano svegli a pregare il mattutino e fuggirono dal monastero riparando per sicurezza nella piazza aperta. Più tardi, padre Cassiano rifletté che il terremoto simboleggiava lo sbriciolarsi della cultura cristiana dell’Occidente, ma che c’era un secondo simbolo di speranza quella notte: ‘Il secondo simbolo erano le persone raccolte attorno alla statua di san Benedetto, in piazza, per pregare’, scrisse ai sostenitori. ‘È l’unico modo di ricostruire’”.
Dopo questa testimonianza di padre Cassiano vorrei confidarvi che anche Benedetto XVI dal momento della sua rinuncia si concepisce come un vecchio monaco che, dopo il 28 febbraio 2013, sente come suo dovere dedicarsi soprattutto alla preghiera per la Madre Chiesa, per il Suo successore Francesco e per il Ministero petrino istituito da Cristo stesso.

Perciò, con riguardo all’opera di Dreher, quel vecchio monaco dal monastero Mater Ecclesiae dietro la Basilica di San Pietro rimanderebbe a un discorso che l’allora Papa in carica tenne al Collège des Bernardins di Parigi il 12 settembre 2008 – cioè esattamente domani di dieci anni fa – di fronte alla élite intellettuale di Francia [qui]. Per queste ragioni vorrei presentarvi brevemente questo discorso citandone alcuni passi.

Nel grande sconvolgimento culturale prodotto dalla migrazione dei popoli e dai nuovi ordini statali che stavano formandosi, i monasteri erano i luoghi in cui sopravvivevano i tesori della vecchia cultura e dove, in riferimento ad essi, veniva lentamente formata una nuova cultura, disse allora Benedetto XVI, e si chiese:
“Ma come avveniva questo? Quale era la motivazione delle persone che in questi luoghi si riunivano? Che intenzioni avevano? Come hanno vissuto? Innanzitutto e per prima cosa si deve dire, con molto realismo, che non era loro intenzione creare una cultura e nemmeno conservare una cultura del passato. La loro motivazione era molto più elementare. Il loro obiettivo era: quaerere Deum, cercare Dio. Nella confusione dei tempi in cui niente sembrava resistere, essi volevano fare la cosa essenziale: impegnarsi per trovare ciò che vale e permane sempre, trovare la Vita stessa. Erano alla ricerca di Dio. Dalle cose secondarie volevano passare a quelle essenziali, a ciò che, solo, è veramente importante e affidabile. Si dice che erano orientati in modo ‘escatologico’. Ma ciò non è da intendere in senso cronologico, come se guardassero verso la fine del mondo o verso la propria morte, ma in un senso esistenziale: dietro le cose provvisorie cercavano il definitivo. […] Quaerere Deum, cercare Dio e lasciarsi trovare da Lui: questo oggi non è meno necessario che in tempi passati. Una cultura meramente positivista che rimuovesse nel campo soggettivo come non scientifica la domanda su Dio, sarebbe la capitolazione della ragione, la rinuncia alle sue possibilità più alte e quindi un tracollo dell'umanesimo, le cui conseguenze non potrebbero essere che gravi. Ciò che ha fondato la cultura dell'Europa, la ricerca di Dio e la disponibilità ad ascoltarLo, rimane anche oggi il fondamento di ogni vera cultura.”
Sin qui Benedetto XVI, il 12 settembre 2008, sulla vera “Opzione” di san Benedetto da Norcia. Così che, sul libro di Dreher, non mi resta che da dire questo: non contiene una risposta pronta. In esso non troverete una ricetta infallibile o un passepartout per riaprire tutte quelle porte che finora ci erano accessibili ma che adesso sbattendo si sono di nuovo chiuse. Fra la prima e l’ultima di copertina troverete però un esempio autentico di quello che Papa Benedetto dieci anni fa disse sullo spirito benedettino degli inizi. È un vero “Quaerere Deum”. È quella ricerca del vero Dio di Isacco e di Giacobbe che, in Gesù Cristo, ha mostrato il suo volto umano.

Per questo qui mi viene in mente un’altra frase ancora del capitolo 4,21 della Regola di San Benedetto che in egual modo e tacitamente attraversa e anima l’intero libro di Dreher, come fosse il suo cantus firmus. Sono le leggendarie parole “Nihil amori Christi praeponere” che, tradotte, significano: Nulla si anteponga all’amore per Cristo. È la chiave alla quale si deve l’intera meraviglia del monachesimo occidentale.

Benedetto da Norcia è stato un faro durante la migrazione dei popoli, quando nei rivolgimenti del tempo salvò la Chiesa e rifondando con ciò in certo senso la civiltà europea.

Ora però viviamo nuovamente da decenni – e non solo in Europa, ma su tutta la terra – una migrazione dei popoli che mai più giungerà a una fine [questo è da vedere, se prevarranno le 'buone volontà' che si stanno svegliando in tutta l'Europa -ndR], come ha chiaramente riconosciuto Papa Francesco appellandosi con insistenza alla nostra coscienza. Anche questa volta dunque non tutto è diverso rispetto ad allora.

Così, se questa volta la Chiesa con l’aiuto di Dio non saprà ancora rinnovarsi, ne andrà di nuovo dell’intero progetto della nostra civiltà. Per molti, tutto porta a credere già oggi che la Chiesa di Gesù Cristo non potrà più riprendersi dalla catastrofe dei suoi peccati che rischia quasi di inghiottirla.
E proprio questa è l’ora in cui Rod Dreher da Baton-Rouge in Louisiana presenta il suo libro nei pressi delle tombe degli Apostoli; e, nel mezzo dell’eclissi di Dio che atterrisce in tutto il mondo, viene in mezzo a noi e dice: “La Chiesa non è morta, ma solamente dorme e riposa”.

E non soltanto questo: la Chiesa “è giovane” sembra anche dirci, e con quella gioia e quella libertà con le quali lo disse Benedetto XVI nella Messa per l’inizio del ministero petrino il 24 aprile 2005. Ricordando ancora una volta la sofferenza e la morte di san Giovanni Paolo II del quale era stato collaboratore per così tanti anni, rivolgendosi a ognuno di noi in Piazza San Pietro disse:
“Proprio nei tristi giorni della malattia e della morte del Papa questo si è manifestato in modo meraviglioso ai nostri occhi: che la Chiesa è viva. E la Chiesa è giovane. Essa porta in sé il futuro del mondo e perciò mostra anche a ciascuno di noi la via verso il futuro. La Chiesa è viva e noi lo vediamo: noi sperimentiamo la gioia che il Risorto ha promesso ai suoi. La Chiesa è viva - essa è viva, perché Cristo è vivo, perché egli è veramente risorto. Nel dolore, presente sul volto del Santo Padre nei giorni di Pasqua, abbiamo contemplato il mistero della passione di Cristo ed insieme toccato le sue ferite. Ma in tutti questi giorni abbiamo anche potuto, in un senso profondo, toccare il Risorto. Ci è stato dato di sperimentare la gioia che egli ha promesso, dopo un breve tempo di oscurità, come frutto della sua resurrezione”.
Non potrà indebolire o distruggere questa verità sull’origine della fondazione della Chiesa universale cattolica per mezzo del Signore risorto e vincitore nemmeno il satanico 11 settembre di essa.

Per questo devo ammettere con sincerità che percepisco questo tempo di grande crisi, oggi evidente a tutti, soprattutto come un tempo di grazia; perché alla fine a “farci liberi” non sarà un particolare sforzo qualsiasi, ma la “verità”, come il Signore ci ha assicurato. In questa speranza guardo alle recenti ricostruzioni di Rod Dreher per la “purificazione della memoria” richiestaci da Giovanni Paolo II; e così, grato, ho letto la sua “Opzione Benedetto” come una, per molti versi, fonte di ispirazione meravigliosa. Nelle ultime settimane quasi nient’altro mi ha dato così tanta consolazione.
Vi ringrazio per la vostra attenzione. [by Romualdica]
          KANTOR | Get Ready to Pump The Brakes — For Now      Cache   Translate Page      
It is very likely that Delaware is going to take Cornell to the cleaners this Saturday. When the Red traveled down to Newark last year, the Blue Hens won with ease. Starting the first drive of the game with a fumble, the Red fell behind early, eventually losing 41-14 to Delaware.
          Thank Goodness for Thomas Jefferson and 1800      Cache   Translate Page      
  • Chris Edwards

Not long after the limited-government U.S. Constitution was ratified and the new government resumed operation, numerous political leaders began pushing to expand federal power. Leading politicians of the 1790s did not agree with each other about the proper scope of federal authority, either legally or practically.

Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton proposed ideas for top-down manipulation of the economy. And fellow Federalist President John Adams signed into law the infamous Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798, which among other things outlawed any “false, scandalous and malicious writing” against the government, the Congress, and the president.

An article in the Washington Post the other day discussed some interesting details regarding the enforcement of the sedition statute:

Adams and his Federalist Party supporters in Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts under the guise of national security, supposedly to safeguard the nation at a time of preparing for possible war with France. The “Alien” part of the law allowed the government to deport immigrants and made it harder for naturalized citizens to vote. But the law mainly was designed to mute backers of the opposition Democratic-Republican Party led by Thomas Jefferson, who also happened to be the vice president. Jefferson had finished second to Adams in the 1796 presidential election and again ran against him in 1800.

An early target of the new law was Rep. Matthew Lyon, who had accused Adams of “ridiculous pomp.” In the fall of 1798 the government accused the Vermont congressman of being “a malicious and seditious person, and of a depraved mind and a wicked and diabolical disposition.” He was convicted of sedition, fined $1,000 and sentenced to four months in prison. Lyon campaigned for reelection from jail and won in a landslide. On his release in February 1799, supporters greeted him with a parade and hailed him as “a martyr to the cause of liberty and the rights of man.”

… Another target was James Callender, a pro-Jefferson journalist for the Richmond Examiner and the man who had exposed Federalist Alexander Hamilton’s extramarital affair. In 1800, Callender wrote an election campaign pamphlet that said of Adams: “As President he has never opened his lips, or lifted his pen, without threatening and scolding; the grand object of his administration has been to exasperate the rage of contending parties … and destroy every man who differs from his opinions.” Callander was convicted of sedition, fined $200 and sent to federal prison for nine months. He continued to write from his prison cell, calling Adams “a gross hypocrite and an unprincipled oppressor.”

… The government also came after critics of some members of the Adams administration, such as Treasury Secretary Hamilton. In 1799, Charles Holt, editor of the New London Bee in Connecticut, published an article accusing Hamilton of seeking to expand the U.S. military into a standing army. He also took personal jabs at Hamilton, asking, “Are our young officers and soldiers to learn virtue from General Hamilton? Or like their generals are they to be found in the bed of adultery?” The government promptly charged Holt with being a “wicked, malicious seditious and ill-disposed person — greatly disaffected” to the U.S. government. He was fined $200 and sent to jail for three months.

The speech crackdown extended even to private remarks, as Luther Baldwin, the skipper of a garbage boat in Newark, discovered. In July 1798, while passing through Newark on his way to his summer home in Massachusetts, Adams rode in his coach in a downtown parade complete with a 16-cannon salute. When Baldwin and his buddy Brown Clark heard the cannon shots while drinking heavily at a local tavern, Clark remarked, “There goes the president, and they are firing at his arse.” Baldwin responded that he didn’t care “if they fired thro’ his arse.” The tavern owner reported the conversation, and both drinkers were fined and jailed for sedition.

Thomas Jefferson and James Madison led the opposition to the big government Federalist policies of the 1790s, and “in the end, widespread anger over the Alien and Sedition Acts fueled Jefferson’s victory over Adams in the bitterly contested 1800 presidential election.” Free speech was restored and the incoming president would focus on cutting the excess spending, taxes, and debt built up by the prior Federalist administrations.


          Ce que ce pilote de ligne a fait en plein vol a laissé ses passagers sans voix (photos)      Cache   Translate Page      
L’un des pilotes d’un vol de la compagnie United Airlines reliant Newark à Glasgow a tranquillement fait une sieste en plein vol devant des passagers abasourdis. Après une heure et demie de sommeil, il est ensuite retourné à son poste comme si de rien n’était.
          America's Blue Highway Conference at SUNY Maritime      Cache   Translate Page      
The Honorable Mark H.

SEPTEMBER 13, 2018 — Highways, roads, and bridges in and around the New York metro area are increasingly clogged with bumper-to-bumper commercial truck and commuter traffic. That’s not news to anyone who has driven I-95 along the U.S. East Coast. The congestion increases air pollution— leading to increased health risks—and slows the flow of people, commerce, and goods to a crawl throughout the region.

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) estimates that truck congestion and delays cost $862 million in 2017, and estimated that the cost would rise by 31 percent to $1.1 billion by 2045. NYEDC is investing $100 million in infrastructure to promote and establish waterborne transportation alternatives in and around the region.

On September 27, 2018, SUNY Maritime College and the Maritime Industry Museum at Fort Schuyler will host America’s Blue Highway, a one-day conference that will bring together key players to discuss ways to move cargo transport off land and onto the water, thereby reducing road congestion and air pollution.

The Honorable Mark H. “Buz” Buzby, Administrator of the U.S. Maritime Administration, will keynote the event.

Other nations and regions around the world are increasingly seeking to move cargo traffic off the roads and onto ships. These marine highways are developing to enable and sustain what is called short-sea shipping, where freight is carried over water for shorter distances than traditional shipping operations.

“For marine highways to be successful in this country, we need to raise awareness of the advantages short-sea shipping has to offer,” said Capt. Eric Johansson, distinguished professor of Marine Transportation at Maritime. “This conference is an opportunity for urban and regional planners, terminal operators, educational institutions and labor organizations to learn how to integrate marine highways into their policies and plans.”

The Maritime Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Transportation, has designated 25 marine highway routes around the country. One of them includes New York City, and the city government is initiating a marine highway solution to export municipal waste and other cargo through the Red Hook Container Terminal in Brooklyn.

The conference will feature a variety of speakers from around the region and the maritime industry: 

  • Rear Adm. Michael Alfultis, SUNY Maritime College president
  • Mark H. Buzby, administrator of the Maritime Administration
  • Cole Cosgrove, vice president of marine operations for Crowley Liner Services
  • Scott Davies, director of ports and waterways planning for MARAD
  • Capt. Jeffrey Flumignan, director of MARAD's North Atlantic gateway office
  • Andrew Genn, strategic vice president of PortNYC and asset management for NYCEDC
  • Robert Kunkel, owner and principal of Harbor Harvest
  • Dennis Lombardi, Romark Logistics
  • Matthew Kwatinetz, executive vice president of PortNYC and asset management for NYCEDC
  • Buckley McAllister, president of McAllister Towing
  • Kyle McAvoy, Robson Forensic
  • Jim Pelliccio, CEO and president of Port Newark Container Terminal
  • Bethann Rooney, assistant director of Port Authority of NY/NJ
  • Mick Stamatis, president of Red Hook Container Terminal
  • Capt. Jack Sullivan, vice president of vessel operations and engineering at Matson Navigation Company
  • Richard Teubner, vice president of SEACOR
  • Derek Veenhof, executive vice president of asset management for Covanta
  • Ed Whitmore, president and CEO of Norfolk Tug Co.
  • Matt Woodruff, president of American Maritime Partnerships
  • Ed Zimny, president and CEO of Seabury Capital

For more details on the agenda, click here. The event begins with a sponsored breakfast at 8 a.m. The conference begins at 9 a.m. The registration fee is $50 a person. Please click here to register for the event.


          CDL Truck Driver      Cache   Translate Page      
NJ-Edison, Lyneer Staffing Solutions is seeking a CDL -Class A Truck Driver to join our team! You will be responsible for safely operating a truck to Newark , and New York airports. Must have clean driving record. Driver schedule: Monday -Friday must be available first shift Driver Responsibilities: Safely operate a heavy or tractor-trailer truck Properly track and document activity log Report any issues or
          Devils open training camp with sense of excitement      Cache   Translate Page      

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — As the New Jersey Devils arrived for the start of training camp Thursday, there was a sense of optimism for the first time in a while.

The Devils were 44-29-9 last season and finished with 97 points and the second wild card in the Eastern Conference.

Although the team was ousted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round, it was the team's first postseason appearance in six seasons.

Making the postseason last season is the main reason for the upbeat attitude among the team as new season begins.

"I think we were all looking forward to getting back here," said forward Taylor Hall, the reigning NHL Most Valuable Player who had 39 goals and 54 assists last season.

"We created a buzz and excitement here.

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          Administrative Assistant I - University of Delaware - Newark, DE      Cache   Translate Page      
Effectively interacts with others by acting as unit liaison with internal and external contacts....
From University of Delaware - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 13:01:42 GMT - View all Newark, DE jobs
          Caregiver - California Mentor - Newark, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have valid California driver’s license, registration and insurance, and clean DMV record. Whether you have previous experience in a role like this, or this...
From California Mentor - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 21:00:19 GMT - View all Newark, CA jobs
          (USA-PA-Pittsburgh) Account Executive      Cache   Translate Page      
We have an immediate opportunity for an Account Executive on our Sales team in the New Cranberry Township, PA office. The ideal candidate must have four years of proven sales experience with at least 2 years of experience specifically selling hardware, software and services. Account Executives (AEs) are empowered to grow and improve customer relationships with FusionStorm. AEs work to find opportunities within their current customer base and find the benefits from the several marketing activities sponsored by FusionStorm to grow their book of business. Travel to client sites is required - FusionStorm AEs work from a local FusionStorm office and engage face-to-face with customers through a consultative sales approach to develop business plans to satisfy the particular needs of the customer. + Dedicatedly engage customers and vendors to increase collaborations and initiate and develop a plan of action to penetrate new markets + You will present the FusionStorm story to intended customers face-to-face. + Be completely informed before customer meetings, as well as timely follow up meetings with customers and managers. + Short-term and long-term sales opportunities via onsite discussions, marketing programs, and telemarketing. + Possess and continue to expand deep understanding about vendor partnerships and FusionStorm solutions, and be able to communicate this to customers. + Work closely with Sales Managers, Vendors, and Internal Resources to ensure open communications and delivery of the contracted solutions to our customers. + Maintain all sales certifications as outlined by vendors. + Meet and engage with core vendors on a constant and timely basis. + Strategize with and fully utilize the Business Acquisition Team within the region. + Understand and abide by all security and operational policies. + Identify the best ways to reach clients and get favorable responses from them + Embrace and support FusionStorm’s mission and core values. + High school diploma or equivalent; Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Sales, or related field preferred. + Minimum of 4 years of sales experience with proven track record of success with minimum of 2 years of sales experience specifically in selling hardware, software, and services. + Legally eligible to work in the United States + Strong written and verbal interpersonal skills. + Excellent social skills with the ability to present in a group setting. + Able to use discretion and independent discernment. + Expected to have professional image and be business savvy during customer interactions. + Good knowledge of technology and the industry channel dynamics. + Possess a sense of urgency, exceptional organizational and follow up skills. + Work with the customer to confirm they fully understand their system + Prefer a strong working knowledge of computer system applications (e.g.: Windows, Microsoft Office, OSX, Salesforce) WHY FUSIONSTORM? FusionStorm is an award-winning, information technology delivery (ITD) companyTM. We combine best-of-breed products from leading vendors with a full suite of Professional and Managed Services to help our customers save money and grow their businesses. FusionStorm provides advanced technology and data center infrastructure expertise; world-class IT consulting, and managed and support services. We ensure our customer’s IT investments create value and realize high returns. FusionStorm hires extraordinary people who strive to make a difference. Our success is in large part due to our outstanding talented and dedicated employees. If you thrive on transformation, empowerment to make a difference, and identification of solutions in an innovative environment, we want you to join our team. FusionStorm is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Newark, Irvine, San Diego, Franklin Massachusetts, New York City, Cranberry Township Pennsylvania, Amsterdam Netherlands, Beijing China and Wanchai Hong Kong. For more information about FusionStorm, please visit www.fusionstorm.com. WE OFFER A GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! There's so much more to enjoy about being at FusionStorm than just having a rewarding career. In addition to offering competitive compensation plans and long-term career opportunities, FusionStorm provides an attractive mix of benefit plans to contribute to its employees' good health, future financial security and peace of mind. Please visit our website for more information about our competitive benefits package: http://www.fusionstorm.com/company/careers/beyond-rewarding-career You must be authorized to work in the United States. FusionStorm is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to supporting and retaining a diverse and talented workforce. No AGENCIES, please. We are not obligated to pay any fees for any individuals we decide to hire. Req No.: 2018-2467 External Company Name: FusionStorm, Inc.
          (USA-NJ-Newark) Charge Registered Nurse - Full Time Day Shift - Essex      Cache   Translate Page      
CHARGE REGISTERED NURSE Full Time Day Shift Position - 6:00 am to 2:30 pm plus every other weekend Utilizes the nursing process to meet a variety of healthcare needs with ambulatory care as the primary focus. Works with a variety of health care professionals and security officers in a correctional environment. Frequent functions guided by nursing protocols. Functions as a team leader as assigned. + Provides direct and indirect nursing care to meet the psychological, psychosocial and emotional needs of the inmate-patient within the framework established by the correctional system. + Performs assessments of inmate-patient in a variety of settings such as: initial intake area, health care unit for sick call, emergency situation in housing, chronic care clinics and medical unit. Utilizes assessment skills that require a knowledge base of both normal and abnormal adult health status. Communicates assessment data in a comprehensive, orderly fashion both verbally and in writing. + Plans nursing care by identification of inmate-patient needs based on assessments. Makes appropriate, timely referrals and initiates appropriate nursing care based on institutional policies and procedures. Documents plans appropriately. + Implements nursing care and medical care orders in a knowledgeable, safe and cost-effective manner. Documents nursing care and appropriate medically directed care in accordance with institutional policies and procedures. Provides inmate education as an integral part of total patient care. + Evaluates and documents inmate-patient responses to aspects of health care and makes appropriate referrals to members of the health care team. + As team leader or charge nurse, delegates duties to other health care team members based on their skill, knowledge and experience and guides the provision of care by others. + Utilizes effective communication skills by demonstrating respect, concern and courtesy in all interpersonal relationships. + Communicates information in an accurate, concise and timely manner. + Protects confidentiality of information in written and verbal communications . + Participates in problem-solving activities of the health care team by attending unit meetings, utilizing positive interpersonal skills and appropriate channels to initiate change. + Functions as a role model for other health care unit personnel and maintains harmonious relationships with security, inmate-patients and members of the health care team. + Uses current knowledge to promote a safe environment for providing health care to inmate-patients. + Maintains clinical area in a clean, neat & safe manner and participates in required counts and cleaning assignments. + Adheres to institutional and medical unit infection control policies . + Understands and adheres to safe correctional nursing practices and institutional security directives. + Adheres to environmental safety guidelines, policies and procedures . + Participates in fire and disaster programs and drill as appropriate. + Maintains current professional skills and continues professional growth to enhance the practice of correctional nursing and the image of the organization. + Attends appropriate in-services and continuing education offerings to obtain and maintain necessary skills. + Participates in offering education to inmate, security officers and other members of the health care team. + Exhibits an ability to participate in the change process to support the organization and the health care unit. + Accepts assignments and extra duties with flexibility and willingness to participate in activities other than direct patient care. + Adheres to personnel policies to enhance the operation of the health care unit. + Conforms to dress code. + Adheres to attendance policy. + Reports to work at designated time. + Maintains required annual licensure and credentialing requirements for the nursing personnel of the health care unit. + All other duties as assigned. + Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of employment. + Must conform to the security standards of the institution where employed. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and climb or balance. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. EOE M/V/F/D Job ID: 2018-2494 External Company Name: CFG Health Network External Company URL: (No Website Given) Street: 354 Doremus Avenue
          (USA-NJ-Newark) Construction Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Armand Corporation is currently seeking a full-time, experienced Construction Project Manager for various transit infrastructure / construction projects for bus, heavy commuter rail, and light rail transit services. Numerous projects will be located throughout New Jersey. Specific Duties will consist of, but are not limited to: + Direct oversight and management of field personnel and Project Engineers + Management of design and constructability review + Cost estimating, monitoring and review + Schedule Control including schedule review, analysis, and monitoring + Compliance monitoring + Change order management + Claims assistance Requirements Required Qualifications + 6+ years of Construction Management experience, 3+ of which with heavy civil transit construction + Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project software + Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Architecture, or related field + Professional licenses, such as Professional Engineer (PE) or Certified Construction Manager (CCM) strongly preferred Benefits Armand Corporation is an award-winning construction management firm that has managed public projects in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania for over 27 years. Armand provides a full benefit plan including medical, dental, 401K, Life insurance, Personal Time Off, and paid holidays. For more information, visit www.armandcorp.com
          New Product Development Technical Champion - W. L. Gore & Associates - Elkton, MD      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science discipline. Gore, job, Baltimore, Elkton, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Maryland, MD, Pennsylvania, PA, Newark, Delaware...
From W. L. Gore & Associates - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 06:58:33 GMT - View all Elkton, MD jobs
          Supply Chain Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Newark, SMART is a leading independent designer, manufacturer and supplier of electronic subsystems to OEMs engaged in the computer, industrial, networking, telecommunications, aerospace and defense markets. Taking innovations from the design stage through manufacturing and supply, SMART Modular Technologies has developed a comprehensive product line that includes DRAM and Flash memory technologies across
          Mgr-Ops-FrtDsk-Hskp-F&B - Courtyard Newark Liberty International Airport...      Cache   Translate Page      
Here’s To Your Journey with Courtyard With more than 330 managed locations in more than 20 countries Courtyard by Marriott offers a refreshing environment that helps guests stay connected and balanced. Working at Courtyard, you'll ensure guests have a smooth, productive stay that meets their personal and business needs. Find Your World™ at Courtyard by Marriott. The Courtyard Newark Liberty International Airport located at 600 Routes 1 and 9 South, Newark, NJ 07114 is currently hiring a... doe
          Diesel Technician - HIRING EVENT: Sept. 12th - 10am - 4pm - Newark, NJ -...      Cache   Translate Page      
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran HIRING EVENT Wednesday, September 12, 2018 10am - 4pm 100 Avenue A, Newark, NJ 07114 Walk-ins Welcome! Waste Management (WM), a Fortune 250 company, is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. We are strongly committed to a foundation of operating excellence, professionalism and financial strength. WM serves nearly 25 million customers in residential, commercial, industrial and...
          Medical Assistant -Receptionist - Pemberton MD PC - Newark, NJ      Cache   Translate Page      
We are looking for a competent Medical Assistant/Receptionist to join our team at a very busy Doctors office. Job description: * Managing phone calls *... $12 - $15 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 01:40:08 GMT - View all Newark, NJ jobs
          Bradford, Irene      Cache   Translate Page      
Irene Bradford Newark - Irene Patey Bradford, age 86, died Tuesday, September 10, 2018 at the Wicomico Nursing Home in Salisbury. Born in...
          New Allegations Surface Regarding Archbishop McCarrick and Newark Priests      Cache   Translate Page      
Six priests of the Archdiocese of Newark, and one priest member of a religious order discuss their experiences in seminary under Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.
NEWARK — Recent allegations against former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick include reports that he made sexual advances toward seminarians during his tenure as bishop of Metuchen and archbishop of Newark.
CNA recently spoke to six priests of the Archdiocese of Newark, and one priest member of a religious order who was a seminarian in New York in the early 1970s, while McCarrick was a priest of the Archdiocese of New York.
Citing archdiocesan policy and concerns about ecclesiastical repercussions for their candor, the priests agreed to speak to CNA only under the condition of anonymity. The priests spoke individually to CNA, and their accounts were compared for confirmation.
The religious priest who spoke to CNA said when he studied in a seminary in New York, Archbishop McCarrick, who was then an aide to Cardinal Terence Cooke of New York, would sometimes …


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