NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

Achieving a Balanced Lifestyle by Boxing

In today's fast-moving world, keeping up with a healthy routine can feel like a big challenge. With busy work schedules and long lists of things to do, it's easy to put exercise and taking care of ourselves on the back burner. But even in the middle of all this craziness, there's something powerful that can help us. It's called boxing. Boxing isn't just about throwing punches; it's a way to boost both our physical fitness and our mental strength. At Hayabusa, a global leader in combat equipment and technical fight apparel, we understand the importance of incorporating boxing into your... Read more →

The CC Board of Commissioners Presents the 2024 Collingswood String Band Parade this Saturday

Last year's parade photos courtesy of Camden County COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (April 16, 2024)(CNBNews)--The Camden County Board of Commissioners will present the second annual String Band Parade on Saturday, a daylong event to highlight the county as a destination and deliver a boost to the local economy. This year, former Philadelphia Eagle player Jon Runyan will lead the parade as Grand Marshall. The event will feature food, games and music from 15 participating string bands that will perform in a parade down Haddon Avenue. After the parade ends string bands will continue to play outside sponsored establishments throughout Haddon Township. Last... Read more →

CNB Medical: Never One to Shy Away from a Challenge - Including Testicular Cancer

James Harabedian Jr. has never been one to shy away from a challenge. Growing up in NJ, he and his competitive nature fell in love with ice hockey, soccer and lacrosse. So when the 28-year-old sales manager and lacrosse coach was diagnosed with testicular cancer last winter, he knew it would be the greatest test of his adversity to date. And in this ultimate competition with cancer, Harabedian is prevailing. Last February, the Berkeley Heights man discovered a lump in his left testicle. Startling because he knew it wasn’t there the week before. He didn’t hesitate to take action. Within... Read more →

Philadelphia PD Investigating Officer Involved Shooting Near Clara Muhammad Square

PHILADELPHIA—On Wednesday, April 10th, 2024, hundreds of people attended the Eid Al-Fitr Festival inside Clara Muhammad Square (4700 Wyalusing Avenue). Due to the large group of people, multiple vehicles were parked on private property inside the gas station, which is adjacent to the park. The gas station owner requested that police issue parking tickets to the unauthorized vehicles parked on his property. While officers were on location issuing parking violations, they heard numerous gunshots coming from inside the park. The officers began running toward the gunfire and observed several individuals armed with firearms. During this incident, Officer Diamond Jaynes of... Read more →

COMMUNITY EVENT: Philadelphia Zoo and Craft Hospitality Host Philly Wine Fest 2024

Wine Lovers Have the Option of Two Day-Time Sessions on Saturday, May 18 Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Zoo is partnering with Craft Hospitality to bring a fabulous selection of wines to the Zoo for Philly Wine Fest: Spring Edition on Saturday, May 18. More than two dozen wineries will be pouring a wide selection of specially curated seasonal reds, whites, rosés and more. The event will take place on the Zoo’s Impala Lawn with live entertainment performing throughout the day on Impala Stage. Guests are invited to choose from two sessions, 1:00-3:00pm or 4:30-6:30pm, with Early Access options available for... Read more →

Festival Season: The Top Five in New Jersey

Festival season is here, and the US is home to some of the biggest music, food and cultural festivals across the world. To celebrate all the great festivities going on across the country, Betway decided to analyze the most popular festivals in each state based on search volumes in the past 12 months. Using Keyword Tool io to calculate the total number of searches for the top festivals in New Jersey, it can be revealed that the most popular festival in the state is the Barefoot Country Music Fest. In total, the longest running folk parade had 71,040 searches in... Read more →

Camden City Detectives Investigating Murder

Camden City, N.J.- Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a man on Saturday in Camden City, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On April 13, 2024, at 10:19 p.m., the Camden County Police Department received a ShotSpotter activation for gunfire in the area of the 1600 block of Mt. Ephraim Avenue in Camden City. Upon arrival at the scene, Camden County Police Officers located two male victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Both victims were transported to Cooper University Hospital by a Camden County Police patrol vehicle. Algie Harmon, 32, of Camden... Read more →

American Legion: Five Things to Know, April 15

Olivia Gibson/U.S. Air Force) The American Legion APR 15, 2024 1. U.S. forces in the Middle East shot down dozens of missiles and drones over the weekend as Iran launched its first ever attack from its own territory on Israel, senior White House officials said. The Iranian attack involved more than 300 aerial munitions, including 100 ballistic missiles, more than 30 cruise missiles and 150 one-way attack drones, senior administration officials said in a telephone press conference Sunday. The White House believes that 99% of the aerial threats were intercepted and that the attack caused no significant damage, said a... Read more →

Fireman Injured; Another Stabbing; 2 Hurt at Muslin Event; Cop Involved in Shooting

PHILADELPHIA, PA (April 15, 2024)(CNBNews)--At approximately 1:45 am on Monday, April 8, 2024, Unit#1, a dark-colored Sedan driven by a 52-year-old male, collided with five legally parked vehicles while traveling eastbound on the 4700 block of Osage Avenue. PFD responded to the crash, and during their response, a firefighter attempted to prevent the male driver from fleeing, but the driver of Unit#1 drove over the firefighter's right foot. Eventually, Unit#1 stopped after colliding with the side of the Fire Truck. Both the driver of Unit#1 and the firefighter were transported to Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center in stable condition. The five legally... Read more →

Shirley Walton, 87, of Brooklawn

On April 12, 2024, in the loving care of her children. Age 87 (nee Gaunt) Of Brooklawn. Devoted wife of 49 years to the late William E. Walton, Sr. Cherished mother of William E. Walton, Jr., Dennis D. (Genevieve Marquez) and Virginia L. “Ginny” (Neall) Alcott. Beloved grandmother of Lauren T. (AJ) Galda, Lindsey D. Alcott and Jake R. Alcott. Loving great-grandmother of Harper E. Galda, Luke T. Galda and Travis C. Galda. Shirley was born in Philadelphia, PA and was a longtime resident of Brooklawn. She was a member of the Brooklawn Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary. Relatives and friends... Read more →


John Driscoll | Special to CNBNews “The Debate between Autism Awareness’ Blue Identity and Autism Acceptance’s Red Identity. (Historically, Autism Awareness has been associated with Blue Lighting and Autism Acceptance with Red.) Can I accept something that I am not aware of? In 1988 President Ronald Reagan issued the first Presidential Proclamation declaring April as Autism Awareness Month. Around that time there was a shift in economic “policies” regarding funding for care for persons with disabilities. Many of the government-operated institutions began to shut down and many school districts began offering greater services for children with disabilities. Programs like “early... Read more →

Stabbing Incident, One-Year-Old -Boy; A Person of Interest In Custody

PHILADELPHIA—A Person of interest is in police custody at this time regarding the incidents below. Stabbing Incident in the 9th District In Philadelphia, PA, a 1-year-old boy was stabbed in the left forearm at 3XX South 18th Street (outside) at 12:02 pm. He was transported to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia by the PFD-Medic Unit and is stable. No weapon was found, no arrests were made, and there was no scene. Stabbing Incident in the 6th District: In Philadelphia, PA, a 24-year-old Asian female was stabbed in the chest and left finger at 13XX Chancellor Street at 8:29 am. She... Read more →

Eagle Genius Beer Company's Celebration

Philadelphia - PA - Philadelphia-based Evil Genius Beer Company is hosting their first ever 4/20 themed block party and celebrating the classic stoner holiday with a Pineapple Express themed brew dubbed The Apex of The Vortex of Joint Engineering, a Hazy IPA aptly brewed with Pineapple. The new beer will be released on Friday, April 19th in 32oz Crowler cans and stock is hyper limited with only 100 units available. On Saturday, April 20th, Evil Genius presents the Evil Genius 4/20 Block Party from 12:00pm to 6:00pm on the 1700 block of N. Front St. in Fishtown, outside of their... Read more →

Mrs. Jenny Ribchinsky, age 73, of Gloucester City

Gloucester City, NJ. On April 11, 2024, at the age of 73. (nee Laggy). Born in Gloucester City, NJ, she was the daughter of the late Joseph M. and Florence May (Thomas) Laggy. Jenny was predeceased by her husband of 47 years, Fred R. Ribchinsky in September 2019. She is survived by her son, Joseph Ribchinsky (Sandi); her grandchildren, great Grandchildren, brothers, sisters, many nieces and nephews. Jenny retired as a manager for Beautiful Rags in Bellmawr, in 2016 after 40 years of service. A Christian woman, she loved spending time with her family and had enjoyed many years at... Read more →

Jewish Federation of Great Philadelphia Condemns Iran's Attack on Israel

The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia strongly condemns the Islamic Republic of Iran’s brazen attack on Israel in its attempt to cause chaos and terror in the region. For the first time since the Gulf War in 1991, a sovereign nation directly attacked Israel. Together with the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community, we stand resolute in our support for the Israeli people’s right to defend themselves, and we are immensely grateful for the unity shown by the Biden administration and Israel's allies to thwart 99% of the over 331 cruise missiles and drones launched at Israel. Though the attack was largely... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews For 115 years one member or other of my family has lived in Gloucester City. I am sad, in one way, to have left my hometown behind but I felt it was a necessity. I recently went through my yearbook and didn't see anyone I graduated with still in Gloucester City. Many have moved to Florida and are happy; happy enough to encourage classmates to move there with them. Gloucester City has always been a one-party city - that being Democratic. On January 2, 1933, the newly hired employees were listed in the Courier Post. Not... Read more →

Do You Run a Small Business? Beware of the Common Bookkeeping Challenges!

Every large and small business must consider its accounting systems and processes to survive and grow. Small companies must be more careful due to the scarcity of resources. They often rely on a DIY approach in bookkeeping. However, it becomes challenging for them to do record keeping as their hands remain too tied. They lose track of cash flows, which eventually affects their financial planning. Please avoid this costly mistake if you own a small business. Even though resources are limited, you can outsource this critical work to a bookkeeping service provider for help. They can charge hourly or monthly... Read more →

Rowan Wins Second Straight, now 15-8 and 3-5 in Conference

CAMDEN, NJ – Jason Morgan and Pat Defeciani each homered, and Tyler Cannon and Karson Harcourt had three hits each as #18 Rowan held off a late rally by Rutgers-Camden to take a 9-8 win in the second game of the NJAC baseball series. Rowan wins its second straight to improve to 15-8 and 3-5 in the conference. Morgan and Defeciani each homered for the second straight game to lead the way, with Defeciani picking up three RBI. Cannon was 3-for-5 while Dylan Maria had two hits as the Profs recorded 14 hits to build up a 9-4 lead in... Read more →

Rowan's Head Football Coach Stepping Down

Jay Accorsi Announces Retirement as Rowan Head Football Coach After 22 Seasons of Leading the Profs GLASSBORO, NJ (April 12, 2024)--– Jay Accorsi, the Rowan University football program’s all-time leader in victories, has announced his retirement as head football coach after 22 seasons at the helm. The longest-tenured head coach in the program’s history, Accorsi leaves after a total of 30 years of service to the University. Accorsi’s head coaching record in 22 years stands at 143-78 with seven shared or outright NJAC titles and seven appearances in the NCAA Division III Championships. The Profs made four straight NCAA Playoff... Read more →

Port of Baltimore Safety Zone – Key Bridge Response 2024 One-Way ONLY Transit Opportunity

For Recreational Vessels Through the Safety Zone The Captain of the Port (COTP) has established a transit plan to afford recreational vessels the opportunity for transit through the Key Bridge Response Safety Zone. Traffic will be one-way at a time: on Tuesday, April 16th, OUTBOUND transits will be permitted from 6:30 am to 7:30 am, and INBOUNDtransits will be permitted from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The Unified Command or Captain of the Port may cancel these time periods at any time for safety reasons. Mariners must monitor VHF Channel 16 while transiting the area. All recreational vessels must follow... Read more →

Getting back into sport and looking after my diet

"It's decided; I'm going back to sport! That's a good thing. It's worth remembering that a sedentary lifestyle is a scourge of modern times. We are far too static. The body and mind are never relieved, and we create tensions. The natural massage of movement no longer stimulates our organs. The body becomes numb and rigid. That's why we've decided to give you as much advice as possible on how to get back into exercise in the best possible conditions. Because sport is movement. And movement is life. After your sports session, you can also use CBD oil to relax... Read more →

Real Prize Sweepstakes Casinos in the US

Introduction Sweepstakes casinos have gained significant popularity in the United States and Canada, offering players a unique opportunity to enjoy casino-style games while potentially winning real prizes. These online platforms operate differently from traditional online casinos, adhering to sweepstakes laws and regulations. In this article, we'll dive into the world of sweepstakes casinos, explaining how they work, their legality, and showcase three popular platforms: Crown Coins Casino,, and High 5 Casino. How Sweepstakes Casinos Work When playing at a sweepstakes casino, players typically purchase gold coins, which serve as the primary virtual currency for playing games. These gold coins... Read more →

Safe and Secure Play? Examining the Advantages and Limitations of Maestro for Online Gaming

Online gaming is fun for many people around the world. Playing your favorites to pass the time without thinking about anything else. However, there is a valid concern that is always present. It pertains more to safety and security. In today’s digital age, cyber-attacks are always an issue of discussion. It’s important for online gaming users to protect themselves, especially when it comes to payment methods. This is where Maestro could be a good option for you. We will discuss the advantages and limitations of the debit card in this guide. Is Maestro a good payment method? Maestro (or Debit... Read more →

Rising to the Challenge: The Philadelphia Phillies' Quest for the 2024 MLB Crown

Picture Credit As the Philadelphia Phillies begin the 2024 MLB season, the air is thick with anticipation and hope. Following their near misses in the last two postseasons, including almost making it to the World Series, expectations from the fans, the team, and former players have soared. Two weeks into the season, the Phillies are sitting at .500 and coming off back-to-back series wins. This year, the Phillies are seen not just as contenders but as potential champions, aiming to leverage their recent playoff experiences into a championship run. Star Power and Seasoned Talent The Phillies have a blend of... Read more →

Dating Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts 

Adventure Seekers: Dating Ideas for OutdAoor Enthusiasts Dating isn't just about dinners and movies anymore. For those who love the thrill of adventure and the serenity of nature, planning a date that combines romance with action can create unforgettable experiences. Outdoor enthusiasts often seek partners who share their passion for the wilderness, and what better way to explore that connection than through adventurous dating ideas? Let's dive into some thrilling, heart-pumping, and utterly romantic outdoor dating ideas that are sure to impress your adventurous soulmate. Hiking to a Secluded Picnic Spot Imagine trekking through lush trails, with the anticipation of... Read more →

New Jersey Small Business Manual Available 

TRENTON, N.J., April 11, 2024 - The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) today announced the availability of the New Jersey Small Business Manual, a publication that provides information and guidance on establishing, maintaining, and expanding a small business. NJBAC, a division of the Department of State, worked in collaboration with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), the Office of Innovation, and other community-based partners to create a resource to help small businesses grow and thrive in New Jersey. The manual includes information about state and local permits and inspections, financial assistance programs, lease contracts, commercial real estate transactions, and a variety of... Read more →

Summer Concerts at Cooper River Park

In 2024 the Commissioners will be presenting eight additional shows (Cherry Hill, NJ) – The Camden County Board of Commissioners is excited to announce the return of the Summer Parks Concert Series for 2024. This year, the series has expanded with more acts scheduled than years prior and with the expansion, the county is collaborating with local groups to host public awareness and heritage nights like Italian Heritage Night, Juneteenth, and a salute to veterans. Additionally, to complement the diverse lineup of entertainment, Double Nickel Brewing has again collaborated with the Camden County Commissioners to create the Camden County Rocks... Read more →

Profs Brake Out of 4-Game Skid, Dominate Rutgers 20-5

GLASSBORO, NJ – Jason Morgan hit a grand slam and Pat Defeciani hit two homers as #18 Rowan broke out of a four-game skid by dominating Rutgers-Camden, 20-5, in NJAC baseball action. The Profs improve to 14-8 and 2-5 in the league. Morgan went 3-for-4 with four RBI as he hit his first career grand slam and the Profs’ first of the year. Defeciani had a two-run home run and a solo homer to score three times and drove in five runs, while Tyler Cannon went 4-for-6 at the plate and scored three runs as Rowan totaled 20 runs on... Read more →

QUAD Driver Crashes into Police Motorbike Injures Officer; Suspect Wanted

Philadelphia, PA - On April 9, 2024, at approximately 7:16 PM, a 12th District police officer, while traveling northbound on I-95, encountered a group of roughly 50-60 ATVs. Among them, a red quad operated by a black male wearing black clothing and a black ski mask stood out as it exited at the Walt Whitman Bridge ramp, breaking away from the group. The officer, observing smoke from the rear of the quad, suspected mechanical issues he began following it onto the ramp. Subsequently, the operator of the quad intentionally turned into the officer's motorbike, causing him to lose control and... Read more →

Budget-Friendly Eats: Top Affordable Restaurants for Students in St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri, offers a vibrant culinary scene with options to suit every taste and budget. For students on a tight budget, finding affordable dining options that don't compromise flavor or quality can be challenging. Fortunately, St. Louis is home to a variety of restaurants that cater to budget-conscious diners without sacrificing taste or experience. From cozy cafes to ethnic eateries and casual diners, here are some top picks for budget-friendly eats in St. Louis. 1. Mission Taco Joint: Located in the Delmar Loop area, Mission Taco Joint is a favorite among locals and students alike for its delicious tacos... Read more →


While your hands on old classic games and their subsequent consoles, a workaround is still available that you can follow to enjoy these titles. For those who do not know, a ROM image can help you re-experience all these old classic games that are rather difficult to get nowadays. You might have already heard of ROMs at some point if you are an Android smartphone user. ROMs are just an image file having read-only data, basically a video game cartridge, an arcade game’s mainboard or firmware. Using these ROMs on your computer will enable you to enjoy all these old... Read more →


CAMDEN CITY, NJ – The U.S. Department of Labor has reached a settlement agreement with one of the East Coast’s largest auto recyclers and used parts suppliers affirming 35 citations issued for workplace safety violations at its Camden facility and assessing related penalties. The agreement with The Auto Store LLC, operating as My Auto Store, follows litigation prompted by an investigation by the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the nationwide parts supplier. OSHA inspectors found dozens of infractions, leading to affirmance of two willful violations for failing to ensure employees could exit the workplace safely and four repeat... Read more →

Philadelphia Suspect Arrested in Atlantic City Carrying a Rifle

The Atlantic City Police Department arrested a wanted fugitive with a rifle and additional ammunition. On April 9, 2024, at 2:31 PM, Officers Matthew Stollenwerk and Robert Thompson responded to the first block of south Kentucky Avenue for a report of an unknown weapon in a bag. Medical personnel from Exceptional Medical Transport were on scene with Robert Parker who was experiencing a medical emergency. While preparing Parker for transport, an alert EMT noticed a weapon in Parker’s bag. The officers located a loaded rifle with two additional magazines in the bag. Parker was found to have an active warrant... Read more →

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: Was This A Miracle?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNews)--I underwent a medical procedure at Cooper University Hospital in Camden City in early January. Wheeled into the operating room I was administered sedation, and the next thing I remember, I was waking up in the recovery room. Once the sedation wore off, I was released. While waiting in the hallway for someone to push my wheelchair to valet parking downstairs, my wife Connie handed me my wedding ring She had been holding it since jewelry was prohibited in the room during the surgery. As she hands me the ring, it... Read more →

Atlantic City HS Principal Charged with Alleged Misconduct in Office

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – On Thursday, March 28, 2024, Constance Days-Chapman, the principal of the Atlantic City High School, located in Atlantic City, NJ, was charged with second-degree Official Misconduct, third-degree Hindering Apprehension of Another, fourth-degree Obstruction of Justice, and disorderly person Failure to Report Child Abuse. The charges were placed on a summons. On January 22, 2024, a juvenile student at the high school informed a school staff member that the student had been emotionally and physically abused by the student’s parents and that the student had previously disclosed this abuse to Mrs. Days-Chapman. The school staff member discussed... Read more →

Kevin Davis, 38, of Atlantic City Sentenced on Attempted Murder Charges and Gun Possession

MAYS LANDING - On April 8, 2024, Kevin Davis, 38, of Atlantic City, was sentenced on charges of firstdegree attempted murder and second-degree possession of a handgun for an unlawful purpose. Under the terms of his plea agreement on, Davis was sentenced to aggregate term of 15 years in New Jersey State Prison, subject to 85% of parole ineligibility under the No Early Release Act. On September 13, 2019, Davis shot a man in the stomach with a handgun and then fled the scene on a bicycle. The Violent Crimes Unit of the Atlantic City Police Department reviewed surveillance video... Read more →

Delores C. Killen, of West Deptford, age 93

Delores Carrie (Simpkins) Killen, was born August 11, 1930 and passed on April 6, 2024 at the age of 93. Family She is survived by her children, Sherri (Kneller) and Guy, her granddaughters, Madison and Grace, and son-in-law, Frank. She is predeceased by her husband, Walt, her parents, George and Carrie and her sister, Eleanor. Legacy Delores was born, raised, and lived out her life in and around West Deptford, New Jersey. She spent her youth as a devoted daughter. She could be found riding horses bareback down Old Crown Point Road with her lifelong friend, Mae, or climbing trees... Read more →

American Legion Baseball Scholarship Form Available

Applications are available online for the 2024 American Legion Baseball Scholarship. The fillable nomination form is available here. Team managers and head coaches of post-affiliated American Legion Baseball teams must submit nominations for the American Legion Baseball Scholarship by July 15. The American Legion awards between $22,000 and $25,000 in scholarships to deserving baseball players each year. Each Department Baseball Committee may select a player from its department to receive this scholarship. The American Legion will award several scholarships each year depending on the number of applicants and interest earned from the trust fund. Any team manager or head coach... Read more →

Route 55 Guard Rail Repairs in Gloucester County

Traffic will be shifted to the right in both directions for several weeks (Trenton) – Route 55 lane closures are scheduled in both directions tonight as a guiderail replacement project advances in Mantua, Washington, and Deptford townships in Gloucester County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, April 10, until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, April 11, the left lanes on Route 55 in both directions are scheduled to be closed between mile post 54 in Mantua and mile post 56 in Deptford to install construction barrier and implement a traffic shift. By Tuesday morning, two lanes will be open with traffic... Read more →

Volunteers, AC Electric, KABOOM, GACP Build New Playground in Paulsboro Neighborhood

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (April 10, 2024) — Volunteers from Atlantic City Electric, KABOOM!, Gateway Community Action Partnership, the Borough of Paulsboro and community members came together to bring a children-designed and community-built playground to life at the West Buck Street Park in Paulsboro, N.J. Hundreds of local volunteers came together on April 10 for this one-day, community-driven playground build.This project represents progress in ensuring every child has a place to play, providing a state-of-the-art playground for children to enjoy each year. “I am truly proud to work for a company that focuses so much on our communities where we not... Read more →

Maryland Anglers: All catch and release of striped bass is closed through May 15

April 10, 2024 Joey Davis caught this white catfish – qualifying him for a FishMaryland award certificate – in an upper Bay tidal river. Photo by Lora Davis Maryland anglers are taking advantage of pleasant weather to fish for various species this week. Trout, largemouth bass, and blue catfish are at the top of the list, but fun fishing is where you find it. Forecast Summary: April 10 – April 16: With continued April rains, the increased river flows and the longer days will continue to slowly heat up our local Maryland waters for the progression of spawning gamefish. Main... Read more →

60-Year-Old Absecon Man Found Guilty of Driving During License Suspension

MAYS LANDING, NJ – Thomas J. Fox, III, 60, from Absecon, NJ, was found guilty following a jury trial in Atlantic County Superior Court on Tuesday, April 9, 2023, on both counts of a two count Indictment for fourth-degree Driving During License Suspension for Prior DUIs. The Honorable Dorothy Incarvito-Garrabrant, J.S.C. presided over the trial. On February 14, 2018, a Galloway Township Police Officer conducted a motor vehicle stop of a vehicle he observed engaging in a motor vehicle infraction in the area of Route 50. The vehicle was driven by Thomas Fox. During the stop, the defendant was unable... Read more →

TRAVEL ALERT: Direct Connect Project Detours in Bellmawr Wed. & Thurs. Nights

I-76 eastbound Exit 1A and I-295 southbound lane closures Wednesday night in Bellmawr; I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed Thursday night (Trenton) (April 10, 2024)- The I-76 eastbound Exit 1A ramp to I-295 southbound and one lane on I-295 southbound are scheduled to be closed tonight as the Direct Connect project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. In addition, the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, is scheduled to be closed Thursday night. Wednesday, April 10 Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, April 10 until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, April 11, the... Read more →

CNBNews Happenings: A Party fit for A Prince & Princess

Philly Photo Spot to host Prince & Princess Par-Tea on May 4th Philly Photo Spot, a black-owned family business in the Willow Grove Mall will host their annual Princess Par-Tea on Saturday, May 4th from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 pm. Owned by Mikel and Kelly Thomas, a mother and son duo from Philadelphia, Philly Photo Spot opened in 2021 with the goal of being a place for everyone to come, take photos and have fun. After 3 years in business, the Thomas’ are thrilled with the reaction to the selfie museum what it has done for the community. “This has... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: The Fastest Friday Ever

by Slim Randles “Well,” said Steve, the tall cowboy, “at least it’s Friday and we all have the weekend to look forward to.” Doc glanced up from his paper at the philosophy counter of the Mule Barn truck stop and world dilemma think tank. “Fastest Friday you’ll ever experience, Steve,” said Doc. “That’s about right,” said Dud. Steve got that confounded look on his face. “What do you mean by that?” “Today is Saturday.” “Well,” Steve said, shaking his head, “that flat wrecks this day all to pieces.” “Hey,” said Dud, “it’s a pretty day. You have all day long... Read more →

Who is Right? WH Praises Camden Jail; Inmates Say Conditions Inhumane

source courtesy of Youtube by Hope Perry, New Jersey Monitor April 8, 2024 For two days, Morgan Neilio, incarcerated at the Camden County Correctional Facility, did not have toilet paper. Neilio said she had to find other items to use in replacement, like pads or ripped-up shirts. Jail policy says officials should have responded to her official complaint about the lack of toilet paper within 10 days — by Feb. 28, 2022. Instead, it took them five months. “It was extremely upsetting and degrading,” she said. As recently as January 2024, White House officials praised the jail and its then-warden,... Read more →

Jefferson Stratford Hospital Nurse Receives DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses

Lori Harris, RN, CAPA, an Emergency Department nurse at Jefferson Stratford Hospital, was recently honored with a DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. A resident of Glassboro, NJ, Harris saw a community member in need in the hospital lobby and stopped to talk to him. Lori, who was returning to the building with her food truck Hospital Week celebratory meal, then offered her meal to this resident. Harris says she believes in doing good and that her reward was his thanks and appreciation. She consistently shows professionalism and a positive attitude toward her co-workers and patients. Part of an international program,... Read more →


MOVES TO FRANKFORD AVENUE WITH 150+ RESTAURANTS, FOOD TRUCKS, VENDORS, ARTISTS, MAKERS AND BANDS, PLUS THE FAMOUS PARADE OF HUMAN-POWERED SCULPTURES Philadelphia, PA - East Kensington’s long-time parade and arts festival is moving over to Frankford Avenue. Fishtown District, with support from Penn Treaty Special Services District, presents Kensington Derby and Arts Fest on Saturday, May 11, 2024, from 12:00pm to 6:00pm, on Frankford Avenue, from York St to Huntingdon St. The event, which won Best of Philly in 2023, is back and ready to let the mud fly! Derby teams prepare human-powered sculptures crafted from recycled bicycles and other... Read more →