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Westampton Burlington County Times (Newspaper) - February 12, 2021, Westampton, New JerseyFebruary 12 13, 2021 part of the Usa today network Winner of the new Jersey press associations general excellence award for seven consecutive years 2011-2017 keep your eyes open see How to participate in great backyard Bird county. 2a Wigbja-00617y volume 62 no. 112 to subscribe 866-492-1514 �2021 $2.50 Moore Villanova keeps winning despite obstacles sports 1c weather High 29� Low 14� partly Cloudy. Forecast 5a hate crimes experts say asian americans increasingly targeted. 1b avoid close Contact with others cover your Mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others Wash your hands often cover coughs and sneezes clean and disinfect often Monitor your health daily Stop the spread mount Holly by Day Ciji Carr Mcmanus is an instructional designer and curriculum writer for the Rutgers school of social work in new Bruns Wick. She sits Down works at a computer and clocks Normal 9-to-5 hours. But at night the mount Laurel resident changes into Stretchy workout clothes opens up her dance fitness studio charged up dance fitness and takes her place at the front of the room before a class of 15-20 mask wearing socially Distant clients. Then for the next hour Carr Mcmanus leads her class through an uptempo dance fitness Rou Tine set to music blaring from a live do behind her. This is the scene at charged up the townships newest fitness studio every week night Between 5 and 9 . Carr Mcmanus 37, has been teaching her dance fitness class for More than six years. But the 1,100 Square foot space at 1307 Woodland Road is her Ciji makes it feel like a party rather than working out. You dont even realize All the calories you re burning. Its such a great Way to relieve stress. Nicole Doss Edgewater Park resident who attends charged up dance fitness charged up owner Ciji Carr Mcmanus at her new Brick and mortar location. Contributed get charged up new dance fitness studio open in mount Holly see studio Page 2a jarrad Daniel Saffren Burlington county times Usa today network Evesham a Delaware Man is accused of taking jewelry Worth $77,000 during a Holdup Here. Michael Larbi who allegedly robbed Billig jewellers in october 2020, was arrested As a result of a Multi state investigation into an apparent Holdup spree according to Evesham police. Similar robberies occurred in had Don Heights and Hainesport around the same time As the Evesham Holdup according to new Jersey state police. An investigation is continuing a state police spokesman said thurs Day. Larbi 22, of Dover is accused of grabbing a handful of engagement rings at the Evesham store on oct. 28. Evesham police allege a Man Wear ing formal attire asked to see engage ment rings at the route 73 store. He then grabbed several rings from the jewel Eros hand and a display Case. Evesham police determined similar robberies had occurred at five other jurisdictions in new Jersey and Pennsyl Vania the department said in a state ment thursday. It said investigators from the towns created a task Force to identify and arrest the suspect. Evesham police detective Timothy Schwartz meticulously researched other potential locations where the suspect May have struck and identify de three similar thefts in Maryland Dover Man accused of robbing Evesham jeweler $77,000 Worth of rings taken in october Holdup Jim Walsh Cherry Hill courier Post Usa today network new Jersey see robbery Page 3a Over nine months and two Waves of Covid-19, health care advocates rallied lobbied and testified to get new jerseys political leaders to pass a Bill requiring Public transparency when Hospital staff contracted or died of the Coron virus. They got the Bill last week but hardly the transparency. Hospital lobbyists met with the Bills primary sponsor and legislative aides several times last year pushing for changes to the Bill that would have required daily reporting on the depart ment of Healths website of Ovid is Impact on health care workers according to election Law enforcement commis Sion records. Those state records provide Little de Tail about the discussions lobbyists for the new Jersey Hospital association and virtual health had with the Bills Pri Mary sponsor assemblyman William Spearman and legislative aides. But the results Are Clear. The daily reporting requirement was stripped from the Bill. So was the requirement to report workers admitted for treatment of co Vid-19. So were the requirements for health care facilities to adopt standards and protocols to Lessen exposure risks and submit internal exposure analyses to the health department. The data on positive cases and deaths of health care workers does not have to be posted on the health depart ment website either. Instead the health department must Issue a report no later than 12 months after the end of both the state of lobbying guts health care worker transparency Bill Dustin Racioppi Trenton Bureau Usa today network new Jersey see Bill Page 3a healthcare workers Greet vehicles driven by first responders including fire departments police departments from the City of Passaic Clifton and Paterson As Well As the Passaic county sheriffs department that formed a procession that drove to st. Maryus Hospital blasting sirens and horns As a gesture of thanks to the health care workers that attend to patients stricken with covcid19. Chris Pedota today network

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