Recently, we solicited questions from our readers to find out what they wanted to know about the CARES Act that was enacted by Congress in late March. Earlier this week, Melissa Helmbrecht, in an interview with Jay Redd of the law firm Gibbons P.C., got answers to some of those questions.
As more people are staying in place at home, many are looking for ways to occupy their time more productively. As the weather turns nice, some homeowners are finding projects right in their own backyards.
In times of crisis and uncertainty, love, and comfort from family members, colleagues, and friends can provide the reassurance to confront the challenges that come along the way. Outcomes of the COVID-19 outbreak should not be faced alone, but with support from others who know that no one should struggle through adversity by themselves.
On June 3, Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties (CASA of CGS) will be hosting an online information session on their Facebook page that will provide a peek into the world of CASA. The event will provide an overview of the organization, how they serve our local communities, and serve as a guide to becoming an advocate in the CASA of CGS network.