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Battleship New Jersey Returns to Camden City on June 20, 2024

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (JUNE 2, 2024After nearly 12 weeks in dry dock at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, Battleship New Jersey will return to her home port on the Camden Waterfront on Thursday, June 20. The Battleship will depart from the Philadelphia Naval Yard on June 14 and will dock in Paulsboro for six days for ballast work . On June 20, she will make the trip to her home berth along the Camden Waterfront. The public is invited to celebrate this historic milestone and welcome home the nation’s longest, fastest and most decorated battleship. Crew members man the rails aboard... Read more →


WILL GLOUCESTER CITY ADVERTISE THOSE SUMMER JOBS THIS YEAR?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 27, 2024): This is just a reminder that every year for the past several decades, the City of Gloucester City has hired several city "kids" for summer employment at minimum wage. Traditionally, "kids" meant boys, and minimum wage decades ago was in the $7.00 to $8.50 per hour range. CNBNews graphic file Last summer, 2023, the minimum wage had increased to $14.13 per hour. Kids still meant boys, but instead of the jobs going to those whose families could benefit from the jobs and salaries, everyone hired had a relative in... Read more →


Gloucester City Property Taxes Rose by 6.8 Percent in 2023; 2nd Highest Increase in Camden County

CNBNews graphic files GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 9, 2024)(CNBNews)--New Jersey's radio station (NJ1015.com) released an article today on the high cost of health insurance in the State. The headline, "Insane co-pay that forced one New Jersey patient to skip the *procedure." The same article includes the 2023 property tax for every community in the state. The list below is for Camden County. As you read the property taxes for each of the 37 communities, you'll find that residents in Tavistock saw a 27.4 percent increase in their tax bills. Coming in second with the highest property tax increase was the... Read more →


Route 70 westbound lane closure tonight to close the Conestoga Drive jughandle

(Trenton) – The right lane Route 70 westbound is scheduled to be closed tonight in order to close and detour the Conestoga Drive jughandle to Route 70 eastbound in Evesham, Burlington County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Thursday, March 7, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, March 8, the right lane Route 70 westbound is scheduled to be closed, along with the Conestoga Drive jughandle to Route 70 eastbound to place construction barrier. Conestoga Drive will remain open. By 6 a.m. tomorrow, the right lane on Route 70 westbound will reopen and the Conestoga Drive jughandle will remain closed and detoured.... Read more →


Gloucester City Shamrock Celebration Friday 3/1/24; Irish Parade Sunday 3/3/24 (VIDEO)

At the 2018 parade, Monsignor Hodge entertained the crowd in front of St. Mary's Church with his version of the Mummers Strut. In the background on the left is Bishop Guilfoyle. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 24, 2024)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Shamrock Celebration is Friday evening, March 1, starting at 6 PM. Guest of Honor, parade's Grand Marshall, Rev. Monsignor Bill Hodge, the founder of the event and the former pastor of St. Mary's Parish in Gloucester City. He has since retired from that position. The parade is on Sunday, March 3, starting at 1 PM. ========================== RELATED photos of the 2018... Read more →


Help THE Alice Costello Elementary School's PTA, Wednesday, Feb. 21

ACES FUNDRAISER Buy something on Wednesday, February 21 at Chipolete in Brooklawn and you will help the Alice Costello Elementary School's PTA. Remember! Your must purchase something on Wednsday, February 21 between the hours of 4 PM and 8 PM at the CHIPOTLE, IN Brooklawn in order for The ACES to benefit. Purchasing your item on any other day or before or after the hours of 4 PM and 8 PM that day wont count. And, it must be at the Brooklawn CHIPOTLE Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering:

Graffiti Vandals Paint Broadway Building; Twin Bar Repairs Underway

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor CNBNews photo FEBRUARY 10, 2024 Related: Broken Windows WHO WOULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS? Angad S. Guglani, the owner of the former Coffee Corner property, kept repeating that question as Peyton and I stood there staring at the graffiti sprayed in white paint on his building. Guglaini said he recently spent Angad S. Guglani $30,000 on fixing up the outside of the building, located at the corner of South Broadway and Market Street. He planned to spend another $30,000 on paving the parking lot that adjoined the building. Guglani’s business, Cooper Square Acquisitions,... Read more →


Philadelphia PD's “Shop with a Cop” Program Friday, December 15th  

Citywide Event is co-sponsored by the Families Behind the Badge Children’s Foundation, the Philadelphia Police Foundation, Wal-Mart, and Liberty Coca-Cola The Philadelphia Police Department is excited to once again taking part in our annual “Shop with a Cop” event. Thanks to the generous donations of Families Behind the Badge Children’s Foundation the Philadelphia Police Foundation, Liberty Coca-Cola, Inc., and Walmart, a total of 337 children from across Philadelphia will each receive a $150 Walmart gift card to purchase holiday gifts. The children all come from underserved neighborhoods in Philadelphia. photo courtesy of the Philadelphia Police Foundation The program, spearheaded by... Read more →


DROP-OFF SITES OPEN FOR OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD

Gloucester City​​​​​, NJ​​​​​, Nov. 13, 2023 - As the Thanksgiving season approaches, many families and children are giving thanks for all their blessings and sharing those blessings with children in need by packing shoeboxes with Operation Christmas Child. CNBNews graphic file Shoebox gifts prepared by generous donors and filled with toys, personal care items, and school supplies may be dropped off now during National Collection Week, Nov. 13 ­– 20. More than 4,500 drop-off sites are now open. Operation Christmas Child has been collecting and delivering shoebox gifts to children worldwide for three decades. In 2023, Operation Christmas Child hopes... Read more →


Challenges to Solve When Dealing with a Home Cash Buyer

Selling a home to a home cash buyer is a great way to bypass the long process of listing your home for sale or dealing with a mortgage buyer. These companies are always looking for homes to buy and then sell or rent after adding value and modernizing them. Even though the deal looks so good for a home seller because it is fast and hassle-free, there are some challenges that home sellers might encounter. They also need to know how to deal with them. Slightly Lower House Sale Price with a Home Cash Buyer Every good thing has some... Read more →


Peyton and Me: Visiting Mount Ephraim, Westville and Gloucester City

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ --The Black Horse Tavern at 13 Black Horse Pike, Mount Ephraim, owned by Bobby Ray Harris, is now open to the public. In 2019, Harris acquired the former Guiseppi's Restaurant. From late 2019, when he purchased it, up until this year, he has faced several challenges that have hindered him from opening the tavern. One of the challenges Harris faced was the deteriorating condition of the building that housed the old restaurant, built back in 1922. The situation was so bad that Harris had to demolish the building and rebuild it... Read more →


Want to Improve Your Betting Skills? Here’s a Couple of Tricks You Should Know

There are a few tricks that you can have up your sleeve if you want to improve your betting skills. Betting is all about understanding the game, being able to calculate correctly, manage risk and finance while sticking to one’s analysis-based strategy at the same time. It’s no easy task to venture into the predictions of sports results. But this is basically what sports betting is all about. Luckily, you don’t need to base your predictions on your psychic abilities or a gut feeling. You can learn to use the past to predict the future. There are many things in... Read more →


SEPTA Announces Tentative Contract Agreement with TWU Local 234

PHILADELPHIA SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) announced today, October 27, 2023, that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 on a new contract for employees in the City, Suburban, and Frontier Transit Divisions. This tentative agreement will enable SEPTA to continue its services without any disruption, including city subways, buses, and trolleys, while the agreement will be finalized after ratification from TWU Local 234 members and approval from the SEPTA Board. “We are pleased to reach an agreement with union leadership on a contract that is fair to our employees and financially responsible... Read more →


Oaklyn Man Charged with MVA that Killed a Child and Injured Another

Camden City, N.J.- An Oaklyn man has been charged in connection to a motor vehicle accident in Camden City last month that killed a child bicyclist and injured another child bicyclist, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Troy Kee II, 32, was charged on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, with one count of second-degree Death by Auto and one count of fourth-degree Assault by Auto. Kee was also issued several motor vehicle summonses. On September 25, 2023, at approximately 7:53 p.m., Camden County Police officers were dispatched to the area of Mt. Ephraim... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Culinary Specialist Seaman Isiah Johnson, of Camden City, N.J

PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 8, 2023) Culinary Specialist Seaman Isiah Johnson, from Camden City, N.J., prepares food for sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68). Nimitz is underway conducting routine operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Tomas Valdes) Read more →


Government Using AI to Identify Schemes Being Used to Avoid Paying Taxes

Agency focus will shift attention to the wealthy from working-class taxpayers; key changes are coming to reduce the burden on average taxpayers while using Artificial Intelligence and improved technology to identify sophisticated schemes to avoid taxes. WASHINGTON — Capitalizing on Inflation Reduction Act funding and following a top-to-bottom review of enforcement efforts, the Internal Revenue Service announced today the start of a sweeping, historic effort to restore fairness in tax compliance by shifting more attention onto high-income earners, partnerships, large corporations and promoters abusing the nation's tax laws. CNBNews graphic file The effort, building off work following last August's IRA... Read more →


Don’t Forget…Gloucester City Community Clean-Up Sat.

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 13, 2023)(CNBnews)--Please note that the City of Gloucester City has scheduled its Community Clean-Up Day for Saturday, September 23, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The event will begin at the Community Center on Nicholson Road (old Gloucester Heights Fire Hall). We kindly ask that you mark this important date on your calendars. CNBNews Graphic files Please note that the date for the clean-up day was changed in order to accommodate the shredding company. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. A meeting for the clean-up day has been scheduled for Monday,... Read more →


Camden County PD to host Friday night open gym and barbecue

Date: Sept. 14, 2023 Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Boys & Girls Club 1725 Park Boulevard Camden, NJ 08103 As part of the Camden County Police Department’s Unity Policing model and Village Initiative, officers are hosting another open gym event this Friday night at the Boys & Girls Club in Parkside. Along with the usual featured activities of basketball, board games, and music, officers will be grilling out with members of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and bringing in a bounce house for younger kids to enjoy. “It’s always important for us to provide fun activities to the kids in our... Read more →


Why Ghana Loves Sports Betting

Ghana is a land filled with cheerful people passionate about sports, namely soccer. You can see this passion in the performances of their national team, one of the best in Africa. However, fans also enjoy betting on their favorite team using sites like Betway Ghana. Ghanaians have embraced this phenomenon from Accra to Kumasi and beyond with open arms. What fuels this fervor for sports betting in this West African nation? Let's dive into the reasons why Ghana loves sports betting and engages with it on reputed platforms such as Betway Ghana. 8 Reasons Why Ghana Embraces Sports Betting While... Read more →


Legalized Marijuana in Arizona - Discover What's Permissible

Medical marijuana in Arizona has been legal for well over a decade. The state legalized MMJ in November 2010 after many years of trying. Indeed, cannabis advocates first tried to get the substance legalized in the 1990s! Finally, after many failed efforts, they succeeded when voters said ‘yes’ to Proposition 203. It was a close-run thing; the act passed by just 0.2%! Then, in November 2020, Arizona legalized recreational marijuana. While setting up adult-use sales can take years in some states, AZ was ready to go within two months, with sales beginning in January 2021. Although adults aged 21+ can... Read more →


Gloucester City Summer Concert Tuesday

Summer Concert Series Reminder 🌟Summer isn't over yet folks🌟 Come relax at the Gloucester City waterfront and enjoy live music, a beer garden, and community fun! Join us tomorrow night for the final show featuring Craig Bickhardt and a special treat with our series host as opening act, Michael Tearson. "When Craig Bickhardt steps onto a concert stage, he comes equipped with his trusty acoustic guitar. He’s also accompanied by something invisible, yet ever-present: the stories of a lifetime, vividly translated into words and melody" ~Barry Alfonso Save the Date! The Pack the Park Fall Festival is Back. Mark your... Read more →


PPD Crime Report Sept.10 Crime Report: Multiple People Shot in Separate Incidents; Murder, Traffic Accident

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 Double Shooting - Franklin Street and Lehigh Avenue 25TH DISTRICT...DOUBLE SHOOTING...FRANKLIN ST/LEHIGH AVE...ON THE HIGHWAY AT 2:49A...#1/ A 36-YEAR-OLD MALE WAS SHOT MULTIPLE TIMES THROUGHOUT HIS BODY. HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO TEMPLE HOSPITAL BY MEDIC 31 AND WAS PLACED IN CRITICAL CONDITION. #2/ A 32-YEAR-OLD MALE WAS SHOT ONCE IN THE RIGHT KNEE. HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO TEMPLE HOSPITAL BY POLICE AND WAS PLACED IN STABLE CONDITION...SCENE HELD...NO ARREST. Stabbing -11XX Locust Street 6TH DISTRICT...STABBING...11XX LOCUST ST...ON THE HIGHWAY AT 2:37 A.M., A 26-YEAR-OLD MALE WAS STABBED ONE TIME IN THE ABDOMEN. THE MALE WAS TRANSPORTED TO... Read more →


Saturday, September 9, SEPTA JOB FAIR; Entry Level to Corporate Positions Are Available

SEPTA Human Resources representatives and department managers SEPTA headquarters, 1234 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa. Saturday, September 9, 2023 - 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Details: SEPTA JOB FAIR CNBNews On Saturday, September 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. SEPTA will hold a job fair seeking candidates for entry-level, skilled trade, and corporate positions at the Authority. The event will provide job seekers the opportunity to meet with managers from various departments, and recruiters will also be on hand to review resumes and discuss potential career paths at SEPTA. SEPTA is currently hiring for dozens of positions across many disciplines,... Read more →


🎰Wild Card City Casino: A Modern-Day Gaming Marvel

From the moment you hear about WildCard City Casino, you might wonder what sets it apart in the vast ocean of online casinos. Born in the breezy summer of 2020, this digital wonderland takes your average online casino experience, sprinkles in some glitz, adds a dash of tech-savviness, and serves up an unforgettable gaming fiesta. 🎲Journeying Through Wild Card City's Origins In the ever-evolving world of online gambling, every platform has its own tale. Wild Card City, though a relatively young entrant, was born out of the desire to blend the classic allure of casino ambiance with the convenience of... Read more →


Five Good Reasons To Add Print Media To Your Marketing Mix

Newspapers Are Alive And Well And Thriving In the Suburbs By Dorothy York, President and CEO of North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) As the world has become increasingly digital, print marketing has kept pace or exceeded performance of online offerings. With fewer printed publications and fewer pages being printed, the value of information in newspapers has increased due to a greater likelihood of being seen, as people are more easily able to read small, suburban community newspapers, cover to cover in a short amount of time. The digital versions of newspapers often have many more pages, as there is comparatively... Read more →


RAMS Football Opens Season at Home, Saturday against Palmyra; See Game Schedule

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 1, 2023)(CNBNews)The Rams will kick off their season against Palmyra at home this Saturday at 11 AM at the John Lynch Field, Market Street and US Route 130. If you're interested in sponsoring the second half of the football season, please get in touch with Brian Startare at 609-828-0491 or Casey Murphy at 856-264-2910 for advertising rates. space donated by CNBNews Read more →


DINING OUT: Halifax Announces Little Bar, A Craft Restaurant and Bar Experience  

to Open at 1401 Hudson Street, Hoboken One Block from Riverfront One of New Jersey’s Smallest Craft Restaurants Will Bring the Biggest Taste in Town with Signature Cocktails, Decadent Preserved Fare and Small Plates Just One Block from The Hudson River Waterfront HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY – August 29, 2023 – “The journey is part of the experience,” Anthony Bourdain famously said. New Jersey’s newest craft restaurant and bar experience, Little Bar, in uptown Hoboken begs to prove that point by crafting a unique, experientially interesting, miniature sized European-styled restaurant outpost, situated just off the Hudson River waterfront. The team behind... Read more →


Cannabis and Sleep:

Can Marijuana Help With Insomnia and Sleep Disorders?

Sleep is a vital aspect of our overall well-being, impacting everything from our physical health to our cognitive function. Unfortunately, many people struggle to get the sleep they need due to insomnia or other sleep disorders. In recent years, affordable cannabis for sale online has become increasingly available, leading many people to wonder if marijuana can help them get the restful sleep they need. image unsplash.com In the search for solutions, some individuals have turned to cannabis as a potential remedy for insomnia and sleep disorders. But can marijuana truly aid in achieving better sleep? In this article, we'll explore... Read more →


Gcity Resident Michael Kazmar III Needs Your Help With His EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT

Greetings, Friends and Family! (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)(August 29, 2023)(CNBNews)--As many of you know, our 16-year-old son, Michael III, is now a junior at GHS. A Superintendent's List student since his day at Gloucester Middle School, Michael has been selected by his peers to serve as Unit Commander of GHS' NROTC program for the 2023-24 school year. He also participates in GHS swimming, track, and cross-country and is a member of Interact, LEO, and Friends of Rachel clubs. Outside of GHS, Michael lifeguards at Gloucester City Swim Club and is a member of Haddonfield Troop 3064 Scouts BSA. In November, Michael... Read more →


How NJ's Lead Paint Law Impacts Residents of Gloucester City and Other Communities

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Reporter GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 28, 2023)(CNBNews)--If you bought or rented a house or apartment in Gloucester City, you probably had to sign a Lead Paint Waiver. There are very few houses built after 1978, the cutoff date for using lead paint in residential properties. source https://www.aaaleadpro.com/Info/new-jersey-lead-paint-law/ Most of the properties between Broadway and the river were built around or before 1900. East of Broadway to Johnson Boulevard, houses were built between 1900 and 1925. We tend to think of Cyprus Gardens homes as being "new," but they were built in the 1950s. Other than... Read more →


CRAFT BEER STORE Celebrating Octoberfest September 23

Oktoberfest in Delco Oktoberfest in Delco Craft Beer Store Springfield to celebrate Oktoberfest on September 23rd from 12-8pm Craft Beer Store, located at 35 Baltimore Pike in Springfield, Delaware County, will hold their annual Oktoberfest Celebration on Saturday, September 23rd from noon until 8p.m. An delicious and authentic German food menu will be catered from Brauhaus Schmitz, and includes Schnitzel and variety of Sausage Sandwiches. Throughout the day, expect to sample beers from all around Germany, including the keg taping of Ayinger’s Oktoberfest Marzen and Weinstephaner’s Festbier Lager. The Craft Beer Store will also offer a special of $15 Crowlers... Read more →


The Sweet Side of THC: Top 5 Candies and Cakes to Delight Your Palate

Pixabay In the age of cannabis enlightenment, THC-infused treats like the best THC gummies have taken center stage in delighting the palate and mind. While many enthusiasts indulge in classic brownies, the world of THC desserts has expanded into many sumptuous choices. Let's dive into the top five THC-related candies and cakes that have garnered praise and popularity. Delta-8 Gummies Delta-8 THC gummies lead the pack, striking the right balance between sweetness and potency. Unlike their Delta-9 counterparts, Delta-8 gummies offer a more clear-headed high. This makes them perfect for those who want to experience THC's benefits without overwhelming effects.... Read more →


Pennsauken PD Invites Residents to National Night Out

Please join the Pennsauken Police and Fire Department at National Night Out, tomorrow August 1 from 6pm-9pm. We will have music, demonstrations, bounce houses (free), carnival games (free), giveaways, vendors (free/informational), Mister Softee (free) touch a truck, grilled food (free), face painting (free) and food trucks (to purchase food). This event occurs at the Soccer Complex at Bethel Ave and Westfield Ave. Alert sent on 07/31/2023 at 5:23PM EDT source press release Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar Celebration

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar in Atlantic City (in The Quarter at Tropicana - 2801 Pacific Ave.) will celebrate National Rum Day with month-long $15 rum flights in August, and half-priced rum drink specials on National Rum Day on Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the bar. Cuba Libre is calling all rum fanatics and enthusiasts to join in the rum celebration as they partner with Bacardi and Don Q to offer guests curated rum flights - El Coqui Flight with Don Q (Gold, Reserva 7, Gran Reserva - $15) and Facundo’s Flight with Bacardi... Read more →


Gcity Liquor Licenses Okayed; Remember Open Sunday Bars Campaign & Gcity Pub Crawl

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 17, 2023)(CNBNews)--At a recent meeting, the Mayor and Council of Gloucester City, approved the annual renewal of liquor licenses for ten taverns, five package goods stores, four club licenses, and one inactive license. The licenses expire each year on June 30. It cost $1,650 to renew a plenary retail consumption license; $1,150 for a plenary retail distribution license, and, $188 for every club license (see here). Below is a list of the names of those approved licenses. In the past, Gloucester City had over 50 taverns and bars, and... Read more →


IN GLOUCESTER HEIGHTS:

Emergency Water Shut Off Wednesday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 15, 2023)(CNBNews)--The City of Gloucester City Public Utilities Department announced on Monday, May 15, that Gloucester Heights residents will have no water on Wednesday, May 17 beginning around 8:30 AM. The action is being taken because of the ongoing work at the NJ DOT project on the nearby Nicholson Road 1-76 underpass. Once the contractor makes repairs to the water line, it will be turned on. At that time some people might experience air in their pipes along with their water discoloration which will clear up in a short period. If you have any questions call... Read more →


EVENTS, FESTIVALS AND SHOWS TO ADD TO YOUR PHILADELPHIA BUCKET LIST

80 TOP EVENTS, FESTIVALS AND SHOWS TO ADD TO YOUR PHILADELPHIA BUCKET LIST FOR SPRING AND SUMMER OF 2023 A. FESTIVALS, BLOCK PARTIES 1) Bake’N Bacon and Beer Block Party SATURDAY, April 29, 2023 12 NOON TO 6:00 pm Presented by Evil Genius Beer Company and Bacon’N Bacon Evil Genius Beer Company, 1727 N. Front Street Bake’N Bacon and Evil Genius Beer Company team up for an all-day, family-friendly block party in Fishtown. The event runs from 12:00pm to 6:00pm at Evil Genius’ front street location and is both free to attend and family friendly. It will feature live music... Read more →


New Philadelphia Sports Fan Theme Bar Debuts

TINSEL TAKES FLIGHT DEBUTS AS PHILADELPHIA'S SPORTS FAN THEME BAR WHERE TRUE FANS CAN CELEBRATE FROM THE PLAYOFFS TO THE BIG GAME Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia's premiere pop-up bar is back and ready to fly into the playoffs with the city's first-ever Philly sports fan theme pop-up bar and experience. Following sold out runs for Nightmare Before Tinsel and Tinsel Christmas Pop-Up Bar, Tinsel Takes Flight will open tonight, Wednesday, January 18, 2023 at 4:00pm at 116 S. 12th Street. Philadelphia sports fans can bleed green and cheer on the hometown team with 2,000 square feet of space for this... Read more →


Murphy Wants to Overhaul N.J. Liquor License Laws

We project that overhauling our liquor license regime will create upwards of 10,000 jobs annually and $1 billion in new state and local revenues." ~Gov. Phil Murphy ++++ By Christian Wade | The Center Square contributor images courtesy of Google The community of Gloucester City has four liquor stores, The Bottle Shop, Route 130 and Klemm Ave., Gloucester Discount Liquors, Broadway and Ridgeway Street, Neunhausers Liquor, 237 N. Broadway, and the Liquor Barn, Route 130 and Klemm Ave. Gov. Murphy wants to ease Prohibition-era restrictions and allow more retail businesses to sell beer and wine, including grocery stores. (The Center... Read more →


FROM THE ARCHIVES, THE YEAR 2015:

CNBNews Editor Spotlighted on LION PUBLISHERS

By Matt DeRienzo | October, 2015 A question and answer with William E. Cleary Sr., EDITOR/PUBLISHER of CNBNewsnet 1. When did your site launch, what geography does it cover, and why was it founded? Our site was founded in July 2006. The new owner of the Gloucester City News, a weekly paper located in Gloucester City, New Jersey, asked me to build it. After completing it, he said he didn’t have the time to keep it current. Instead of letting my hard work go by the wayside, I kept it going, adding ClearysNoteBook to the domain name. CNBNews provides news... Read more →


Northern Liberties Business Improvement District Invites the Public to Shop Local for the Holidays

Philadelphia, PA - Northern Liberties Business Improvement District kicks the holiday season up a notch with the return of Northern Liberties Holiday Second Saturday and the Northern Liberties Holiday Pop-up Shop on Saturday, December 10th, 2022. Head to the city's fastest growing neighborhoods for special events, festive happenings, visits from Santa and friends, make and take workshops, and shopping at Christmas markets around every turn. Northern Liberties Holiday Pop-up Shop will take over North Bowl (909 N. 2nd Street) from 11:00am to 4:00pm with vendors and activities inside and out - including dozens of artists and makers, a visit from... Read more →


Wheels of Change 2022 Clothing Drive

Wheels of Change we are always collecting but are desperate for coats and boys' and men's clothing. It is cold, so many are calling for coats and warm clothing. PM me if you need to know the drop-off location and time. Read more →


What Qualities To Have To Achieve Fantastic Results After You A Rabona Betting App Download

image courtesy of unsplash.com To achieve the desired success in sports betting, it isn't enough to have good analytical skills and knowledge of a particular sport. It's necessary to follow a number of certain rules. Let's take a look at the requirements a professional bettor must have. If you plan to a Rabona betting app download and stay in betting for a long time, you need to develop certain qualities in yourself. Evaluating A Player's Abilities In Betting Often many new players who a Rabona betting app download and place a couple of winning bets think that betting on sports... Read more →


Cooper University Health Care’s Credit Rating Upgraded

Cooper University Health Care Credit Rating Improves to “A-“ Its Highest Rating (CAMDEN CITY, NJ) (CNBNEWSNET)– Cooper University Health Care’s credit rating for bonds issued by Camden County Improvement Authority was upgraded by S&P Global Ratings (S&P) to an “A-“ from “BBB+.” Cooper’s new credit rating is the highest it has been in its 135-year history. “This upgrade speaks to the remarkable turnaround Cooper University Health Care has made from near bankruptcy at the turn of the century to today’s strong financial position,” said George E. Norcross, III, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cooper University Health Care. “This... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering:

WE DON'T HAVE THE ANSWER, DO YOU?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The 400 and 500 unit block of Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, NJ CIRCA 1940s, 1950s.(CNBNews graphic files) Frank Kelly, provided the following information about Marshall's Grocery Store, which was located next to the barber shop..."Agnes and Harold Marshal were my great aunt and uncle. They sold the store to Tom and Loretta McNulty. My wife’s parents. Then they sold it to Bodalski’s who sold it to Jim Kenny." GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--This past Saturday morning Peyton and Me couldn't help noticing the pile of trash thrown on the step of the former Twin Bar... Read more →


Camden County News

New Jersey Awarded Millions in LIHEAP Funding Congressman Donald Norcross announced that New Jersey was awarded $153.3 million in funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP). Administered through the Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this funding will help low-income individuals and families pay for home heating costs this winter and cover unpaid utility bills. These funds will also help families make cost-effective home energy repairs to lower their heating and cooling bills. The total funding announced includes an additional $1 billion appropriated by Congress to address rising energy... Read more →


Some Free Advice From Senator John Kennedy (video)

I love this country as much as you do! I think America is worth fighting for! ~U.S. Senator Kennedy (CNBNews)--United States Senator John Kennedy hit the ball out of the park in his speech at the CPAC gathering this past February. Whether you are a Republican or Democrat, take a few minutes and listen to his words of wisdom. He makes a lot of sense. If you think he doesn't, let us know we love to hear from you. SOME FREE ADVICE (Courtesy: American Conservative Union) Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) speaks at CPAC 2022. 2,144,992 views Feb 26, 2022 Read more →


CNB Medical News: Six Essential Terms Every Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Needs to Know

November is National Family Caregivers and National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month Alzheimer’s Association offers guidance to America’s 11 million Alzheimer’s caregivers CHICAGO, November 1, 2022 — During National Family Caregivers and National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in November, the Alzheimer’s Association is highlighting six essential terms that are important for Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers to know. Currently, there are more than 11 million caregivers across the country providing care to more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s. “November is a month in which we not only honor Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers, but highlight important elements of the caregiver experience,”... Read more →


CNB Entertainment: November at Resorts Casino Hotel

At Resorts Casino Hotel this November: Thanksgiving Dining, Thrilling Entertainment, and a Festive new Pop-up Bar Veterans Day Special Offers also Arrive on Tuesday, November 11th and they include Free Burgers! ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (November 1, 2022) – This November at Resorts Casino Hotel we’re getting into the holiday spirit, diving into new happy hour specials, rocking out, and winning big! Guests can visit us for an amazing Thanksgiving Dinner at one of our award-winning restaurants; Breadsticks, Capriccio or Dougherty’s Steakhouse & Raw Bar. The Candy Cane Lounge, the new pop-up planned for Bar One beginning November 18th, will feature... Read more →


Gcity NEWS:

15 Apartments Coming To South Burlington Street

William E. Cleary Sr. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 27, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board, at its September 21 meeting, approved a resolution authorizing the owner of the former Gloucester Catholic High School Boys Building, Monmouth and Burlington Street, to be converted into apartments. The proposed apartment building is located on the west side of Broadway in a heavily residential area with very little parking. Presently there are approximately 4,300 properties in the City; of that number, 3,000 are apartments, and 1400 are homes. EXCLUSIVE The applicant is operating under the name of One South Burlington Street LLC. The Registered Agent... Read more →