Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center’s Pet Pantry

The Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center’s pet pantry is overflowing thanks to the generosity of their partners at Amazon and the Camden County Board of Commissioners. Friday, May 14, the Center celebrated the one-year anniversary of its partnership with the Amazon distribution center in Swedesboro, which has brought over 50 tons of pet food to the shelter since beginning during the height of the pandemic last year. Through this partnership, pet food items which would have otherwise been thrown away due to marketing changes, minor damage, or customer return, are now donated to the shelter on a weekly basis. The food is used to support animals in the shelter’s care and is distributed throughout the community to assist pet owners in need. “This partnership has... Read more →

Catherine P. Zawojski, of Cherry Hill, Brooklawn; Post 72 Aux., Boro Fire Dept. Aux

Catherine P. Zawojski Cherry Hill and formerly of Brooklawn – Age 91. On May 13, 2021. (nee Cline) Loving wife of 66 years to the late Paul William Zawojski. Devoted mother of Judith (James) Kain, Karen (Fred) Robinson, Josie Smith and Maryann (Marcus) Stewart. Beloved grandmother of Sean, Fred Jr., Paul, Kyle, Sydney, Tyler, Jeremiah, Mariah, and Laylah. Dear Sister of Richard (Diane) Cline, Phyllis “Betty” Cline, Patricia (late Christian) Kraft, Gerald Cline, and Dennis Cline. Loving brother-in-law of Richard “Dick” Weichman. Survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. Catherine was born and raised in Gloucester City and was a 1947 Graduate of Saint Mary’s High School. She worked as a factory worker for Nanette Clothing Manufacturers in Gloucester City which produced children’s clothing... Read more →

7 Dishes You Definitely Shouldn’t Eat on a First Date

It often happens that on the first date of two unfamiliar people, some absurdity occurs anyway. Nevertheless, there are incidents that you can avoid. They are related to the food you choose. If you and your chosen one decide to dinner in a restaurant, it is crucial to know a few tips and peculiarities. Not all dishes that a restaurant serves are suitable for a first date. Remember which food you shouldn’t order at the first meeting when Ukrainian women dating so as not to drop a clanger. Tacos and Burritos Mexican cuisine is distinguished by its zesty taste, which not everyone can master. In addition to the specific smell from the mouth, the portions are usually quite large. And, unavoidably, you will not be... Read more →

Camden County Events and Programs

SOURCE CAMDEN COUNTY Virtual DisABILITIES Classes and Programs Fun Virtual Activities to Stay Busy and Active The Camden County Department of Disabilities and Special Needs is offering online and virtual programming. Visit www.CamdenCounty.com for a weekly listing of classes like dancing, yoga, boxing and fitness. Read More. Senior Classes Available Virtually this Spring Diverse Ways to Get Fit While Staying Safe The Camden County Board of Commissioners presents a wide variety of activities for county seniors 55 and older - from learning how to dance and box, to meditation and yoga. The best part is, it can all be done from the comfort and safety of your own home. You must be a Camden County resident in order to participate, Click Here to learn more.... Read more →

New Monument for the Flying Tiger Line Flight 739

The Families of Flying Tiger Line Flight 739 Received Closure After 59 Years A new memorial dedicated to all those onboard was unveiled in Maine. COLUMBIA FALLS, Me. — May 15, 2021 — On March 16, 1962, Flying Tiger Line Flight 739 was on a secret mission, but disappeared. On board were 93 United States Army soldiers and 11 civilian crew members. Very little is known about what happened to the plane and its passengers, and due to the circumstance surrounding this mission, the names of those lost have not yet been added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. However, today many families and loved ones of these heroes gathered in Columbia Falls, Maine, where national nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) is based,... Read more →

Edward D. Toner, of West Collingswood Heights, Retired Navy Master Chief

Edward D. Toner, on May 13, 2021, of W. Collingswood Heights. Age 79. Beloved husband of Henderika "Ricky" Toner for 32 years. Devoted father of Donna Leverstein (Robert), Edward Toner (Kristi), Marie Fouts (Charles), and Daniel Toner. Loving grandpop of Richard. Dear brother of Kathleen Cloud. Also survived by Ricky's extended family. Edward proudly served with the US Navy and retired with the rank of Master Chief. There will be a viewing from 10am to 12 noon Tuesday, May 18 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 12 noon at the funeral home. Interment Harleigh Cemetery, Camden. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Edward's memory to Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675. Read more →

Funeral Services Held for Retired North Cape May Pastor, Father Richard L. Forbes, age 80

Father Richard L. Forbes, 80, former pastor in North Cape May, died on April 28. Since his retirement in 2009, he had made Cherry Hill’s Sacred Heart Residence his home. Born in New York on July 22, 1940, Father Forbes studied for the priesthood at Our Lady of the Angels Seminary in Albany, N.Y., and was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Camden on May 20, 1967, by Archbishop Celestine J. Damiano. From 1998 until his retirement, he was pastor of Saint John of God in North Cape May. From 1997-98, he served as administrator of Atlantic City’s Saint Michael Parish. He was parochial vicar at Sacred Heart, Mount Ephraim (1972-77); Saint Cecilia, Pennsauken (1986-91); and Our Lady of Grace, Somerdale (1993-97). In the... Read more →

New Jersey Lottery

The United States of America is the best place to be if you are really looking for some of the biggest jackpots wins because some of the lotteries in the United States, especially the US Powerball and US MegaMillions, have jackpots exceeding even a billion dollars. The main reason for this is because the US population stands at over 331 million people, and such a huge population obviously results in huge jackpots. What is the New Jersey Lottery? The New Jersey Lottery is state lottery which is run by the U.S. state of New Jersey. The New Jersey lottery offers its punters with several betting draw games which include Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, Pick-6, Quick Draw, 5 Card Cash, Fast Play and Cash Pop,... Read more →

Center City Restaurant Week Begins Today, May 17

PHILADELPHIA, PA--Center City District Restaurant Week returns May 17 through 28. Participating restaurants are offering multi-course prix fixe lunches for $20 and dinners for $35 to enjoy indoors or outdoors at the restaurant or to take home. Whether you feel more comfortable dining out or taking home, support your favorite Center City businesses to help restore jobs during CCD Restaurant Week. Center City District Restaurant Week May 17-28, 2021* $20 Lunch & $35 Dinner Enjoy special three-course meals at participating restaurants. Explore options for dine-in, delivery, or takeout today! *Not all restaurants are serving lunch, and not all restaurants are participating on the weekend. Please see participating details below. At the moment, there’s no online availability within 2.5 hours of 7:00 PM. Top special: $35... Read more →

Polistina Raises Nearly $140,000 In Under Two Months

Northfield, NJ - Former Assemblyman Vince Polistina announced today that he raised nearly $140,000 in under two months, since beginning his campaign for Senate in New Jersey's 2nd Legislative District. "I am humbled by the support I have received from so many families in South Jersey," said Polistina. "Vince Mazzeo is completely asleep at the wheel in Trenton while school children are still growing up through a computer screen, businesses are failing and good-paying jobs are disappearing here at home. Thank you to all of you who believe in our mission to turn that around. In Atlantic County, we've enjoyed every success and endured every crisis together. This campaign is not about Republican or Democrat - this campaign is about fixing New Jersey for all... Read more →

5 Easy Lifestyle Changes that Can Improve Your Health

We’d all like to be a bit healthier, but making big changes can be difficult, especially if you have a busy lifestyle. Luckily, there are things you can do to improve your health that doesn’t take too much effort. Here are some tips for improving your health that you can do starting today. Drink more water Water hydrates our bodies and helps them perform a lot of different functions. From helping your kidneys detox, to helping you focus and stay energized, water is essential. If you don’t like the tap water in your area, take a look at Aqua Clear home water systems, which filter your water and make it taste great. Having filtered water on tap can encourage you to drink more water, and... Read more →

John B. “Jack” Sutcliffe, Jr., of West Deptford

John B. “Jack” Sutcliffe, Jr., age 79 of West Deptford, formerly of Fairview, passed away on Monday May 3, 2021 at Vitas Inpatient Hospice in Stratford. Mr. Sutcliffe was born in Camden and had spent many of his years in Fairview. He was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School, class of 1960 and made a career as an electrician working for the South Jersey Port Corporation, also in Camden. Jack is the son of the late John B. & his wife Florence (nee McNut) Sutcliffe Sr. He is survived by his wife, Diana (nee Tangi) Sutcliffe and is the father of; Renee Maloney, John B. Sutcliffe, III and Stephen Sutcliffe. Jack is the proud grandfather of four and is the brother of James “Skip”... Read more →

The Health Benefits Of Losing Excess Weight.

As you stand there looking in the mirror, you're probably not happy with what is looking back at you. You have been trying to lose weight for some time now, but it's really difficult to make it all happen. Your doctor has already told you that your blood pressure is too high and your blood sugar as well. It's time you tried to take control of your eating and you need to start a new exercise routine. The difficulty of all this is that we don't have the time or the energy to take care of ourselves because we are so caught up in our jobs and taking care of our families. It can be so hard to change your day-to-day routine because it has... Read more →

Veterans Drive-Thru in Camden County

Drive-Thru on your way home from work for information on veteran services, resources and more Service fair tables include: Jefferson Health Catholic Charities Rutgers Veteran Affairs SpectraCare USFHP Crescenz VAMC Camden County Veterans Affairs Camden County American Legion Jewish War Veterans Samaritan DMVA Camden County College Veteran Affairs Camden County College, Blackwood Campus 200 College Drive, Gloucester Township, NJ, 08012, United States Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm RELATED: Privately Run South Jersey Veterans Center Needs A New Roof; Can You Help? Read more →

Why Are Casino Reviews So Important and Helpful?

When it comes to online casinos, you might worry about the legitimacy of a specific site. That's one of the reasons why reading casino reviews can be helpful. Besides exposing unlicensed and illegal casino sites, online casino reviews come with loads of benefits like finding the best promotions or bonuses. Chris Haagensen is an igaming expert. He focuses on the casino industry and keeps his readers updated on the latest news, trends and new developments in the igaming world. Chris is here to explain why casino reviews are so critical. Casino Bonuses These days there are thousands of online casinos available in Norway. Most of these casinos come with welcome bonuses, free spins and monthly promotions. Check out nytt nettcasino to see an example of... Read more →

CNB Travel Alert: I-295 North Right Lane Closed Three Days in Bellmawr

Daytime closures necessary to continue excavation work Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the right lane on I-295 northbound will be closed during the day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday next week to continue work on the retaining wall investigation in Bellmawr, Camden County. From 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Tuesday, May 18, Wednesday, May 19, and Thursday, May 20, the right lane on I-295 northbound will be closed beginning just past the Creek Road overpass before Exit 26 where the highway splits for I-76 toward Philadelphia/I-295 toward Trenton and will continue through the tunnel. The closure is necessary to provide safe access to the site for trucks to install temporary drainage and to bring in material for erosion mitigation. Future... Read more →

Pre-AP Program Expanding Nationwide

(NAPSI)—Exciting changes for students are coming to the College Board’s Pre-AP Program in the 2020-21 school year. After two years of partnership with more than 200 schools, the Pre-AP Program is expanding nationwide, making the program available to all schools and giving more students the opportunity to grow and prepare for college and career. Pre-AP courses provide students with critical thinking skills through grade-level appropriate content and instruction. Students learn more deeply by spending time on the topics and skills that matter most. Pre-AP courses are designed to get all students ready for their next steps: future high school classes, including Advanced Placement, where they can earn college credits; college courses; and career. Here are three ways schools and students can benefit from implementing Pre-AP.... Read more →

Officer Down: Deputy Sheriffs Steve Jones & Sam Leonard, shot/killed responding to a Barking Dog

Deputy Sheriff Stephen Jones (left) and Deputy Sheriff Samuel Leonard (right) Concho County Sheriff's Office, Texas. End of Watch Monday, May 10, 2021 EDEN, TEXAS--(May 10, 2021)--Deputy Sheriff Stephen Jones, age 34 and Deputy Sheriff Samuel Leonard, age 26, were shot and killed while responding to a complaint about a dog in the 100 block of Bryan Street in Eden, Texas. An altercation occurred as both deputies, along with an Eden municipal employee, made contact with a subject at a residence. The subject fatally shot both deputies and critically wounded the city employee before barricading himself inside of the home. The city mayor, who lived nearby, talked the man into surrendering approximately 30 minutes later. The man has been charged with two counts of capital... Read more →

Lower Township PD Respond to MVA Involving a Pedestrian, Who Died At The Scene

Lower Township, NJ (May 16, 2021)-- - Lower Township Police responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian on May 13, 2021 at approximately 2:28 p.m. on Bay Drive in the Cape May Beach section of the Township. Initial investigation revealed John M. Baldwin, Jr. 65, of Cape May Beach, was crossing Bay Drive on foot when a 2013 Ford Escape that was traveling southbound struck him. It was initially reported via 911 that a pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle and that the victim sustained severe injuries. Mr. Baldwin was treated for life threatening injuries and ultimately succumbed to injuries on scene. This is currently an open and ongoing investigation. Also assisting on scene were the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, Cape... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Patrolman Jimmy Inn, Shot and Killed Responding to a Domestic Violence Call

JIMMY INN Stockton Police Department, California End of Watch Tuesday, May 11, 2021 STOCKTON CALIFORNIA--Police Officer Jimmy Inn, age 30, was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call in the 4400 block of La Cresta Way. He was approaching the front door of the residence when a man opened fire on him, fatally wounding him. A second officer arriving at the home exchanged gunfire with the subject, who ran back inside of the home. He emerged moments later holding an 8-year-old boy and began to strangle the child. A bystander then tackled the subject who was then shot and killed by the other officer. Officer Inn was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. Officer Inn had served... Read more →

Maple Shade Resident Arrested for Distribution and Possession of Child Pornography  

MAPLE SHADE, NJ --Chief Christopher Fletcher announces the arrest of one individual for child pornography charges in Maple Shade after a six month long investigation. Joshua Lee GAGER, 29, of Maple Shade, was arrested on May 13, 2021 and charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Distribution of Child Pornography, Possession with Intent to Distribute Child Pornography, and Possession of Child Pornography. The Maple Shade Police Detective Bureau received information from the Milford Police Department in Connecticut regarding the accused, GAGER, who was attempting to converse and meet with juvenile females. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that GAGER was in communication with mostly juvenile females ranging ages 10 to 15 years old. Some of the conversations led to an exchange... Read more →

'Carlton R. Rouh Veterans Center' Officially Opened

PHOTO PROVIDED LINDENWOLD, NJ Camden County Commissioner Melinda Kane joined officials from Lindenwold Borough and the Spectra Care Foundation for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Carlton R. Rouh Veterans Center in Lindenwold. The Center was created by the Spectra Care Foundation to be a safe place where veterans can go for mentoring and support, get help to get the services they need, and spend time in a warm and vibrant area. “The Commissioners are extremely grateful for the Foundation’s efforts and the support of Camden County veterans,” Kane, a gold star mother and liaison to the Office of Veterans Affairs, said. “We know that veterans face incredible challenges when they return home and that making services accessible and available is critical. For veterans... Read more →

Spotlight on NJ College Students: USciences Students Named To Fall 2020 Dean's List

PHILADELPHIA, PA (05/13/2021)-- The following students have been named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List at University of the Sciences. Selection for this award is based on completing and passing all assigned courses with no grade below a "C" and attaining an academic average of at least 3.4 for courses taken in the Fall of 2020. Alexa Mock of Sicklerville (08081) Ryan Thomas of Williamstown (08094) Alana Pullen of Southampton (08088) Curtis Librizzi of Galloway (08205) Stefanie Palladino of Sewell (08080) Genevieve Esposito of Williamstown (08094) Joseph Fiore of Williamstown (08094) Erin McGuigan of Somers Point (08244) University of the Sciences has prepared students to be leaders and practitioners in the healthcare and science fields for nearly 200 years. Key to its distinctive education is... Read more →

Former Camden Catholic Teacher Bridget Sipera, 37, of Cherry Hill, Pleads Guilty

Camden City, N.J. – A former Camden Catholic High School teacher pled guilty and was sentenced on May 14 on charges related to the repeated sexual assault of her former student, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. Bridget Sipera Bridget Sipera, 37, of Cherry Hill, pled guilty to one count of third-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child and was sentenced to four years in the New Jersey State Prison. Sipera was charged in August of 2020 after an investigation revealed she repeatedly sexually assaulted a student beginning in January of 2019 when the student was 17-years-old. Detectives said the sexual assault continued through March of 2020. Under the sentencing agreement, Sipera must also forfeit her teaching license and credentials, register under... Read more →

John F. "Jack" Reinhart, of Gloucester City, US Army Veteran, Owner of Jack's Lounge, Port Richmond

On May 12, 2021, of Gloucester City passed peacefully at the age of 85. Born in Philadelphia, PA he was the son of the late Joseph and Hannah (McGlynn) Reinhart. Jack is survived by many loving nieces, nephews and his friends around town. Jack proudly served his county in the U.S. Army. He later worked for many years with the City of Philadelphia as a voting machine mechanic, he owned Jack’s Lounge in Port Richmond, and spent time as a butcher before he retired. He was a regular at “The Office” which was what he called the bar rotation he and his friends enjoyed. It included local American Legions, VFW halls and the Highland, where he was fondly known as “2 O’Clock Jack.” Honoring his... Read more →