*2020 Virtual Paws for the Cause Event

The month-long Paws for the Cause virtual event is less than a month away! Have you registered yet? If not, you can do so online now! Whether you and your dog have joined us in the past for a walk on campus, or you have a cat and are participating this year for the first time, supporting Paws for the Cause is a wonderful way to make a difference and raise much-needed funds for cancer research at Fox Chase Cancer Center. There are no requirements or activity tracking necessary. Participation is simple - just pay your one-time registration fee and start... Read more →


Kristiina Castagnola Dayna DeVincentz GLASSBORO, NJ – Midfielder Kristiina Castagnola and back Dayna DeVincentz have been selected co-captains for the 2020 Rowan University field hockey team. “Kristiina and Dayna were voted captains in the early spring,” stated head coach Michelle Andre. “They are held in high regards by their teammates. They do a great job of communicating the team’s needs to me as well as I can count on them with my needs to the team. Especially during this time, they have had to lead in different ways and have done a great job in helping us navigate our current way... Read more →

10 Ways To Empower Yourself Through Your Natural Hair

(September 21, 2020)--Black Lives Matter has been trending on social media the last few months but it is beyond Black Out Tuesday and hashtags. The movement has helped gain awareness for racism all over the world – not just police crime but just in our everyday lives. In the workplace, at college, amongst our friends, there are so many ways we can help empower black people and help them feel more equal. The fight is far from over. Waiting for the world to become aware is one thing, but you can empower yourself by embracing your roots, your history but also... Read more →

Tips for Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Home

(September 21, 2020)--Disinfecting and cleaning are a portion of an all-inclusive passageway to counter contagious diseases at your residence. Both of them do not prefer the same process. Cleaning is the process where we can say the germs are removed or excluded from your home, whereas disinfectants assassinate the germs. Cleaning operates by physically applying soap and water to remove the germs from coverings. On the other hand, disinfectant functions by using chemicals to eliminate the germs. Disinfecting carries out a one-hand process of removing the germs and does not involve washing any dirty surfaces. The tips cultured below will help... Read more →

Four legitimate data entry jobs that are available online

(September 21, 2020)--Some people are comfortable working in an office while others prefer working from the comfort of their homes. If you are searching for a home-based job, you should consider being an online data entry operator. This is a job that attracts many people since it does not need too much training or a precise professional background. You only need a few skills to start entering data into a computer system. Many people continue competing for the best online data entry jobs available on Dormzi. One of the issues that this industry faces is scammers. As people try to find... Read more →

Atlantic County Democrats Calling Party Members to Protest Don Trump Jr."s Campaign Fundraiser

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP NJ--The Atlantic County Democratic Party are urging members and supporters, in the release below, to come out and protest against a planned Republican fundraiser event to be held at the Smithville Inn, in Galloway NJ on Tuesday, September 22. Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle have the nerve to come to South Jersey. They are headlining a $300 a head fundraiser for a shady Super PAC controlled by disgraced former Galloway Township Mayor and political boss Don Purdy. Hate has no place in South Jersey. Let's show Donald Trump Jr. that South Jersey is NOT Trump Country, it's Biden/Harris... Read more →

CNB Sports: Fight Camp, Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing Announce Upcoming Autumn Schedule

Following the completion of Fight Camp, Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing are pleased to confirm details of their upcoming Autumn schedule that includes the highly-anticipated rematch between Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin, as well as the return of Joshua Buatsi and Lewis Ritson as they work towards World Title shots in their respective weight divisions. The long-awaited World Boxing Super Series Cruiserweight Final at the Plazamedia Broadcasting Center in Munich, Germany, between IBF World Champion Yuniel Dorticos (24-1, 22 KOs) Gloucestercitynews.net files and Mairis Briedis (26-1, 19 KOs) lands exclusively on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US... Read more →

CNB Hunting New Jersey: Division To Stock Dog Training Areas in October

September 21, 2020 Peyton Cleary (CNBNews files) The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife will stock eleven (11) Wildlife Management Area dog training areas prior to the November 7 opening of the pheasant/quail season. Chukars will be stocked instead of pheasants as a cost-saving measure. The 880 chukars are stocked for dog training purposes only and cannot be fired upon. As in past years, dog training is permitted on the day before the opening of the small game season (Friday, November 6). The birds will be stocked late Friday afternoons for training on the following Saturdays: October 3, 10, 17, and... Read more →

CNB Book Review: Futuristic Fiction; Family Secrets; Women’s Movement Memoir; “ReNaturing” Yourself

“Gravity Is Heartless” by Sarah Lahey (NAPSI)—The year is 2050. Automated cities, vehicles and homes are now standard; artificial intelligence, CRISPR gene editing and quantum computing have become a reality and climate change is in full swing. Climate scientist Quinn Buyers would rather be studying the clouds than getting ready for her wedding. But when a tragedy causes her to lose everything, including her famous scientist mother, her quest for answers takes her across the globe—and she uncovers friends, loss and love in the most unexpected of places. This bold, speculative fiction sheds light on the treatment of the planet as... Read more →

Combating the Iranian Cyber Threat

September 18, 2020 Republic at the Center of Cyber Crime Charges in Three Cases Criminal charges announced this week against multiple alleged hackers in Iran show the breadth of the cyber threat emanating from that country and the FBI and partner agency efforts to neutralize it and hold the individuals accountable. The hacks included cyber intrusions and fraud, vandalism of U.S. websites, and intellectual property theft from U.S. aerospace and satellite technology companies. In each of the cases, the suspects were believed to be operating at the behest of the Iranian government, or in support of it. While the cases filed... Read more →

Camden County Board of Health Urges Cooperation with Contact Tracers

(Camden City, NJ) – Thanks to the hard work, sacrifice, and determination of Camden County’s residents, we have successfully “flattened the curve,” but now our community faces the challenge of slowing the spread and keeping it down. The Camden County Department of Health is asking members of the community to be part of the solution by actively working with our team of contact tracers whenever they call. “In addition to wearing a mask and social distancing, cooperating with the health department’s contact tracers may be the best way to help slow the spread of coronavirus in your community,” said Freeholder Carmen... Read more →

Older dating: Top 5 Tips to Find love later in life

(September 21, 2020)--Younger people often have misguided opinions about those who are older. Common amongst these is that once you reach a certain age you lose interest in relationships. When this sudden drop in libido supposedly kicks in is a little vague: somewhere beyond 40 … maybe 50 … approaching retirement? Obviously, like so many stereotypes, the reality bears no resemblance to the wild rumors. Mature singles represent a huge demographic. In the USA alone, there are over 40 million over the age of 65, and sites like wantmatures adult dating soaring in popularity. Many of these seniors are divorced or... Read more →

FBI CARD Team CARD Team Develops Checklist to Aid Searches for Missing Autistic Children

‘Every Second Counts’ A member of a search team looks for Maddox Ritch in 2018 in Gastonia, North Carolina. The search for a missing 6-year-old with autism in 2018 left a profound impression on the North Carolina community where the boy went missing—and on the FBI’s teams that specialize in finding children who suddenly disappear. Hundreds of law enforcement and search and rescue personnel assisted in the search for Maddox Ritch, who walked away from a park in Gastonia on September 22, 2018. His body was found five days later partially submerged in a creek near the park. His drowning was... Read more →

Expanding your Business in Turkey: Why Work with an Umbrella Company?

(September 21, 2020)--A dynamic and culturally diverse hub, Turkey is home to 13 World Heritage Sites and some of the most ancient and most significant sites in all of human history. Today, it stands at the crossroads between the Eastern Flag of Turkey courtesy of unsplash.com and Western civilizations and provides investors with countless opportunities for expansion. Whether you decide to set up a full-fledged company to do business in Turkey or to arrange for a small team to handle on-site operations, you may find your grasp on recruitment and payroll in Turkey to be insufficient. This is where an umbrella... Read more →

McDaniel College Student Jennifer Robinson of Sicklerville Receives Army ROTC Scholarship

WESTMINSTER, MD (09/18/2020)-- Jennifer Robinson of Sicklerville (08081), a student at McDaniel College, has earned a two-year Army ROTC Scholarship valued at $99880. Scholarships totaling nearly $1.3 million were awarded to the Green Terror Battalion. The scholarship, which is awarded based on scholastic, athletic and leadership attributes, covers full tuition, room and board, and fees, plus additional funds for books, as well as a monthly living stipend. The student will be commissioned as a second lieutenant and will be required to serve active duty in the Army Reserve or National Guard upon graduating from McDaniel. Army ROTC has been a tradition... Read more →

Sergeant Alvin R. Sugrañes-Lebrón Shot and Killed by a Disgruntled Correction Guard

Sergeant Alvin R. Sugrañes-Lebrón Puerto Rico Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Puerto Rico End of Watch Wednesday, September 16, 2020 CNBNews (September 20, 2020)--Sergeant Alvin Sugrañes-Lebrón was shot and killed at the main gate of the Guayama 500 Correctional Institution by a disgruntled corrections officer who worked at another facility. Unbeknownst to Sergeant Sugrañes-Lebrón the officer had just murdered another member of the agency whom he was romantically involved with and a neighbor. The officer was denied access to the facility after demanding to see other officers assigned there. Sergeant Sugrañes-Lebrón told the officer to wait as he requested another supervisor... Read more →

Phone Scammers Active in Gloucester Township and the South Jersey Region

The Gloucester Township Police released the following information regarding phone scammers trying to steal the money from residents with bogus statements. We've recently received a report of an employee, who works at a business in GT, who received a phone call at their work desk from someone claiming they were from Salem County Sheriff's Department. The very convincing scammer advised that they failed to show up for jury duty, and had a $2,000 warrant for their arrest. The potential victim left work to acquire the money for the warrant, but was stopped by co-workers after they researched current phone scams on... Read more →

5 Factors That Will Drive The Popularity Of Online Sports Betting 

Image Source (September 21, 2020)--Although sports betting has existed in many parts of the world since then, it was on May 14, 2018, that the U.S. legalized sports betting across many states. It leads to adding eleven more states on the list like New York, Nevada, and New Jersey. Moreover, other states are still under pending legislation and might find the light at the end of the tunnel. With this, better days are coming talking about the future of sports betting. Today, you can see that most notable sports have existed not only because of the players but because of the... Read more →

Camden County 2020 Drive Thru Flu Shot Schedule

(Gloucester Township) – As the region continues to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, limiting the spread of seasonal influenza will be critical to protecting public health in Camden County this fall. To help keep residents safe and healthy this flu season, the Freeholder Board is announcing the 2020 Seasonal Flu Shot Schedule, beginning on Friday, Oct. 2. In order to accommodate social distancing recommendations, this year’s flu shot program will be conducted via a series of drive-thru events at locations throughout the county. “It is always important for our residents to protect themselves and their families by getting vaccinated, but with our... Read more →

Tips for Saving Your Money while Shopping

(September 21, 2020)--From your daily meals to different purchases, a big chunk of your money goes to shopping. Especially now that shopping is one tap away, adding items to your cart seems to be easier than ever. However, you want to be smart in every purchase you make. This means, your goal is to save money as much as you can while shopping. Here are some few tips to help you get started. Plan Ahead Before heading to your favorite store, make sure to create a list of what you need to buy. By doing this, you’re saving yourself from overbuying.... Read more →

Wheels of Souls Clubhouse Scene of Fatal Shooting

image source Wheels of Souls Camden City, N.J.(Sept. 20, 2020)-- – Detectives are searching for the person or persons who fatally shot one man and severely injured another inside the Wheels of Soul clubhouse in Camden early Sunday morning, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Joseph Wysocki. Police responded to the motorcycle clubhouse on the 800 block of Princess Ave. around 1:45 a.m. for a report of a shooting inside the business. When they arrived, they found two men suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. One man was transported to an area hospital where... Read more →

CNBNews Aug./Sept. 2020 CHEERS AND JEERS

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews CHEER-Gloucester City resident Dan Reader was upset about his grandchildren coming home from the Gloucester City Playground at Lane Avenue with stickers on them. So instead of just complaining he stepped upped and cut the six-inch-high grass himself. Thank you Dan for caring and watching over our neighborhood. JEER— PSE&G employees doing construction work throughout the city since last year keep the motors and flashers on their vehicles operating for 8 hours at a time. The work is being done in residential neighborhoods without any consideration of the people living there. The noise and carbon... Read more →

State Budget Compromise Uses NJ's Millionaire Tax to Pay for Middle Class Tax Rebate

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A budget compromise reached between Gov. Phil Murphy and legislative leaders will give middle income families who meet certain income requirements a $500 tax rebate next year and increases the tax rate on resident making between $1 million to $5 million annually. Gloucestercitynews.net files Murphy tried twice before to implement the millionaire’s tax, which raises the taxes from 8.97 percent to 10.75 percent on wages over $1 million. The tax is expected to bring in about $390 million. “I vocally resisted the millionaire’s tax for years, and it wasn’t a... Read more →

A Good Idea For Gloucester City's Riverfront! ...How About A Nine-Hole Golf Course?

(CNBNEWS)-ST. LOUIS (September 2020)-— The Carter Carburetor plant in north St. Louis, one of the city’s most high-profile Superfund sites, is on the cusp of redevelopment, likely as a golf course, driving range and putt-putt green for inner-city kids. The chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is set to announce on Wednesday that the land, once home to a booming factory, now razed and remediated, will be handed over to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis, which operates a club next door. The Gateway PGA Reach Foundation will help with the redevelopment and aims to start an... Read more →