$200,000 NJDCA Capital Grant will Help Gloucester Township Fix Blackwood Bank Building

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ– Gloucester Township Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) district has been awarded $200,000 Community Capital Needs NPP Grant from the NJ Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA). The grant will be used to acquire and help fund reconstruction of the former bank building on the corner of Black Horse Pike and Church Street ( 3 S Black Horse Pike) in Blackwood section of Gloucester Township. Approximately $550,000 in additional funding from various federal, state, and local sources will go toward this project in keeping with goal of leveraging Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) funding to expand the resources and impact on... Read more →


Philly's July 2nd Fireworks and Concert Cancelled

Saturday, July 2, 2022 PHILADELPHIA, PA--The City of Philadelphia has cancelled tonight’s US Army Band concert and fireworks scheduled for Penn’s Landing due to pending inclement weather. Clear skies anticipated ahead for Philadelphia’s spectacular Independence Day Concert and Fireworks celebration at Wawa Welcome America’s Party on the Parkway on Monday, July 4th. Read more →


Media Fails The Public Once Again

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor The Supreme Court ends its 2021-2022 term today. It also ends a particularly embarrassing time for the media. On June 24, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to overturn Roe v. Wade; it also ruled 6-3 to uphold the Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Astonishingly, many media outlets got the story wrong. The following media outlets incorrectly reported that the decision to overturn Roe was 6-3: Washington Post USA Today Yahoo Fox News New York Post New York Daily News Daily Caller Washington Free Beacon Forbes Fortune The Hill New York Magazine... Read more →


The Perfect Essay for Me: How to Write It in College

Write an essay for me that makes me sound like an intelligent, well-informed expert on a topic that interests me? Not so easy! No matter how interesting you think your topic might be, no one wants to read about it unless you can back up your opinions with facts and quotes from respected authorities on the subject. That’s what makes writing the perfect essay for me such a difficult task especially when you decide not to payforessay – not only do you have to know how to write something that interests your reader, but you have to make it sound... Read more →


Rowan's Women Lacrosse Program Offering Free Clinics for Girls K-6th Grade

GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan women's lacrosse program will be offering two free clinics this summer for girls in kindergarten through sixth grade, on July 20 and August 11 at the Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex on campus. The clinics are free, but all participants must have the proper lacrosse gear – stick, goggles and mouth guard. Goalies must have goalkeeping equipment. JULY 20 - 10 am to Noon – Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex Register AUGUST 11 - 10 am to Noon – Rowan Soccer and Lacrosse Complex Register For more information, contact head coach Lindsay Delaney (delaney@rowan.edu) or... Read more →


5 Tips for Professional Paper Writing in 2021

Have you been asking yourself how to start my paper? Where can I find an expert paper writer?, or should I use an academic writing service to write my research paper?. If so, then you should definitely keep reading and discover 5 tips that will help you write your own academic papers, articles and essays in the coming year! We have done all the hard work for you and rounded up 5 pro tips from our experienced writers – read on to learn more about different essay writers here - https://urbanmatter.com/top-paper-writers-in-2022-for-any-academic-level-and-subject/! 1) Write with your audience in mind Think about... Read more →


Attention Gloucester TOWNSHIP Residents!!!!

Gloucester Township Residents- Check out our Gloucester Township Police Online Reporting! > https://gtpolice.com/online-reporting/ By using your mobile device, tablet, or computer you can request a Property Check while you're away on vacation this summer, register your alarm system in your home, property, or business, or even submit and Incident Report following a very specific criteria (ID theft, bicycle theft, theft below $1,000 in value, criminal mischief, etc. The criteria is listed on the website when you click the "Incident Report" button). Call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500 if the incident you wish to report does not meet the... Read more →


How To Write A Grade-A Essay In College: 8 Tips From The Pros

Having trouble writing your next essay? Not sure how to get it done well and on time? Luckily, there are plenty of tips from the pros out there that will ensure you turn in a grade-A essay every time. Here are 8 tips from the experts that will help you get started with your next essay so you can ace your next exam and make your teachers happy. Just follow these simple steps, and soon you’ll be writing like an expert essay writer! 1) Understand your essay prompt Your first step is to read and comprehend your essay prompt. Take... Read more →


4,660 NJ Residents Defrauded by Corinthian Colleges Have Student Loans Cancelled.

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin announced today that the U.S. Department of Education’s decision to discharge all remaining federal student loan obligations for students who were defrauded by Corinthian Colleges will allow 4,660 New Jersey borrowers who attended Corinthian schools to receive a total of $48.8 million in full student loan cancellations. Earlier this month, the Department announced it would discharge all remaining federal student loans borrowed to attend any campus owned or operated by Corinthian Colleges Inc. from its founding in 1995 through its closure in April 2015. Nationwide, the federal government’s action means that approximately... Read more →


Congratulations: Rowan's Greg Cann, Joe Rucci and Kevin Yanagisawa Honored

RICHMOND, VA – Greg Cann, Joe Rucci and Kevin Yanagisawa from the Rowan men’s swimming & diving team have been named to the 2021-22 Scholar All-American Team as chosen by the College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) . CONGRATULATIONS!!! The award recognizes students who achieved a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and were invited to compete at their respective national championships. Cann (Woodbury Hts., NJ/Gloucester Catholic) graduated with a degree in psychology and was named a Rowan Scholar-Athlete in 2021-22. He earned All-NJAC Second Team honors in the 200 breaststroke and the 200 medley relay,... Read more →


Down The Shore: North Cape May Fireworks Festival July 2-3; Douglas Park and Beach Drive Close

The Lower Township Police Department will close Beach Drive and Shore Road to all street parking from Sunday, July 3rd, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. until the conclusion of the fireworks event at approximately 11:00 p.m. that evening. There will be “No Parking” signs posted along Beach and Shore Drive. Additionally, due to the large volume of pedestrians on the bay front attending the event, this area will also be closed to all vehicular and bicycle traffic from Town Bank Road to Lincoln Boulevard in North Cape May from 3:00 p.m. on July 3rd until the conclusion of the event. David... Read more →


Renault Winery and Resort Celebrates America's Birthday

Egg Harbor, NJ - Renault Winery and Resort celebrates America's birthday with a two-day, all-day celebration this Saturday, July 2nd, and Sunday, July 3rd. Music fans are invited to the first-ever Renault Winery 1st Annual Country Music Festival with two days of live music and bands, multiple stages, wine, food trucks, family fun, and other surprises. The line-up includes Scotty Testerman Trio, Brian Corcoran, Warren Montgomery Band, Parker Barrow Project, Jess Zimmerman Band, Lisa Bouchelle, Kenny Curcio and Garrett Shultz Band. Admission to the festival grounds for each day is only $10 per person. Next, Renault presents the first-ever Red,... Read more →


Down to the Shore: Vanessa Wong owner of Fishtown Social Headed to Ventor NJ

by Allanah Richman | Special to CNBNewsnet Photo Credit: Mike Prince VENTOR, NJ (July 1, 2022)--In 2016, Vanessa Wong opened Fishtown Social, a natural wine shop and bar which has seen great success in an area of Philadelphia vast with growth and development. Now, she’s expanding on that success, and looking towards the Jersey Shore for her next two ventures. On Friday, July 1, Wong opened the doors to Wahine Wine Company and Fish & Whistle Market. The two new businesses will be located next door to each other in a newly constructed building at 101 N. Dorset Avenue near... Read more →


Owen William “Dink” Brennan, age 81; Member of Carpenter's Local #430 and #539, GHS Alumnus

Haddon Township – Formerly of Lake Worth, Florida, Gloucester City and West Collingswood Heights. Suddenly, On June 20, 2022. Age 81. Loving father of Owen William “Dink” Brennan Michael V. Brennan and Noelle D. Gray. Beloved grandfather of Ashley (David) Tori, Matthew Gray and Emily Gray. Dear brother of Eleanor K. (late Donald E. Sr.) McMichael. Survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Owen was known to all as “Dink” and was born in Camden City. He was raised in Gloucester City and was a proud graduate of Gloucester City High School Class of 1959. Dink was a... Read more →


Camden County Democrats HAVE NO SHAME!

The Ghosts Of Frank Hague, Hap Farley And Nucky Johnson Applaud Camden County Democrats . GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP – Responding to a published report that Camden County Democrats have apparently settled on former Runnemede Mayor Virginia Betteridge to fill the open seat on the Camden County Board of Commissioners CCGOP Chairman Tom Crone said, “This move makes Boss Tweed’s Tammany Hall look amateurish.” BOSS TWEED, "As long as I count the votes what are you going to do about? (source Wikipedia “First County Commissioner Carmen Rodriguez submitted her letter of resignation from the Board of Commissioners on May 31, no one... Read more →


Due to the 4th of July Holiday All MVC Facilities Closed

TRENTON – All New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) facilities will be closed Monday, July 4, in observance of the state holiday. This includes: Licensing and Vehicle Centers Regional Service Centers road testing sites inspection stations All NJMVC facilities will be open for regular operating hours the rest of the week, including on Saturday, July 2. The NJMVC.gov website is open 24 hours a day, allowing customers to complete about 80% of all NJMVC transactions online at their convenience. New Jersey residents seeking motor vehicle services should always visit the website first to access more than 30 online services, schedule... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: U. of Tampa

The University of Tampa's May 2022 Commencement CONGRATULATIONS!!! TAMPA, FL (06/30/2022)-- The University of Tampa hosted a commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 7 to honor the 1,713 degree-seeking candidates at the University's 154th commencement. The event was attended by the students, their family members and friends, UT faculty and staff members, and the general public. The ceremony included remarks by alumni and brothers, Javier Baldor '89, CEO of BST Global, and Carlos Baldor '87, president and chief technology officer of BST Global. The following local students graduated from The University of Tampa. Allison Capra, of Vineland, graduated with a Bachelor... Read more →


Msgr. Hodge, Pastor of St. Mary and Father Soprano, Pastor of St. John Neumann Retire

Bishop Sullivan announces the retirements of two pastors, effective July 1. • Msgr. William A. Hodge, Pastor of Saint Mary, Gloucester City. • Father Ernest R. Soprano, Pastor of Saint John Neumann, North Cape May. Born in Atlantic City, Msgr. Hodge, 74, attended Glassboro State College (now Rowan University); Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, Pa., and the University of Dayton, Ohio. He was ordained May 25, 1974, by Bishop George H. Guilfoyle. His first assignment was as Parochial Vicar at Saint Francis de Sales Parish in Barrington (1974-76). Other assignments as Parochial Vicar included Saint Raymond, Villas (1976-77); Resurrection, Marmora... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: What's New in the Country

By Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor image courtesy of https://www.istockphoto.com/ (CNBNews)(July 1, 2022)--The past few weeks have been very active, if not confusing, concerning what has been in the news. A lot of people these days get their news online which is like reading the first paragraph of a book. There's a lot more behind the headlines. Let's take a look: 1. Disaster on the Border - Two days ago a semi was found in San Antonio, Texas. A city worker heard cries from inside. He found more than 60 illegal immigrants inside, most of them dead. There was no... Read more →


Services Held for Father Joseph P. Capella, age 61, Rector of Camden Catholic High School

By Christina Leslie, Correspondent The Catholic Star Herald Father Joseph P. Capella, Rector of Camden Catholic High School, died June 21 after a long illness. He had ministered there as an educator, administrator, and friend to all, exemplifying the love of God and each other, since 2016. Camden Catholic High School president, Mary Whipkey, issued a statement to students, faculty, and friends in which she expressed sorrow at the priest’s passing. “We were blessed with his leadership, companionship, and guidance in all matters of school administration and Catholic identity. His daily presence in the classroom, the hallways, and welcoming students... Read more →


Suspect Wanted by Gloucester City Police Arrested in Gloucester Township

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ--A suspect wanted by the Gloucester City Police Department was arrested in Gloucester Township according to The Shore News. Gloucester Township Police (GTPD) reported on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at approximately 6:49 pm an officer assigned to the Traffic Safety Unit was conducting radar enforcement along College Drive when he observed a black Jeep Grand Cherokee traveling in excess of 20 mph over the speed limit. The GTPD said officers pursued the suspect on foot through a wooded area additional patrol units responded and set up a perimeter. Officers operating in a plain clothes capacity were able to... Read more →


Camden City Sisters Receive Scholarship to Rowan University Thanks to MHS Lift

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (June 30, 2022) – MHS Lift, a national provider of warehousing and distribution solutions, recently announced that two Camden residents are the 2022 recipients of the company’s MHS Lift Scholarship Fund, a full scholarship to Rowan University. Sisters Emani Baines, 23, and Essence Holman, 19, will both start at Rowan in the fall. Established in 2019 by Andy and Brett Levin, brothers and co-owners of MHS Lift, the MHS Lift Scholarship Fund, in partnership with Rowan University, is awarded to Camden students who are active members of the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County (BGCCC) and have... Read more →


CNB FISHING NEWS Maryland: Congratulations to Viyaan Ranjith; the Youngster Caught His First Fish

by Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resource June 29, 2022 Viyaan Ranjith caught his very first fish while fishing with his dad and it was a bluegill sunfish. Congratulations Viyaan! Photo by Ranjith Kunjayi Summer is in full swing and we’re going into one of the most popular weekends of the season – Fourth of July! It is a wonderful time to spend time with family and friends enjoying all that Maryland has to offer. The feisty bluegill is one of Maryland’s treasures that entertain anglers young and old in small community ponds to our larger reservoirs.... Read more →


U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Fossil Fuels Released

(WASHINGTON)(June 30, 2022)-- — Today, the U.S Supreme Court limited the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate power plant emissions under the Clean Air Act. The decision in West Virginia v. EPA undermines efforts to reduce greenhouse gas pollution from coal and gas fired power plants using the Clean Air Act. In response, the People vs Fossil Fuels coalition - made up of over 1200 groups nationwide - is calling on President Biden and Congress to take immediate action. “As we face another summer of drought, heat, storms and fires, our nation’s highest court is tearing down desperately needed climate... Read more →


UPGRADES FOR FOX CHASE RAIL LINE

Project Will Improve Service Reliability; Riders Encouraged to Attend Webinar PHILADELPHIA (July 1, 2022) – SEPTA will begin a month-long project to enhance Regional Rail infrastructure as part of the Fox Chase Improvement Program. The work is scheduled to take place from July 5 through July 29 and will require major service adjustments that will impact customers who use the Fox Chase Line. During this time, shuttle buses will replace all trains between Fox Chase and Wayne Junction stations. Train service will be available between Wayne Junction Station and Center City. “These upgrades along the Fox Chase Line will improve... Read more →


In Honor of National Ice Cream Month Lokal Artisan Foods and Cloud Cups Release New Collection...

...OF FRENCH TOAST BITES GELATO THAT DEBUTS DURING NATIONAL ICE CREAM MONTH Philadelphia, PA - Lokal Artisan Foods and owner Charisse McGill has teamed up with Cloud Cups and owner Galen Thomas on a smooth and creamy new summer treat debuting just in time for National Ice Cream Month. French Toast Bites Gelato makes its debut this weekend on July 1st at Spruce Street Harbor Park, Cherry Street Pier, Pizza Brain, Manayunk Pizza and Ashley's Deli - as well as at select local street fairs and festivals. The new collab brings together two of the region's celebrated award-winning Black-owned businesses... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: The Numbers Don't Lie

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 30, 2022)--A retired NJEA teacher got very upset with me for bringing attention to facts about Gloucester City's schools that are openly available on the city's and state's web pages. The teacher demanded that I stop writing about the schools. That will never happen, but I did allow a little time for the restoration of tranquility. I'm back. I looked into U.S. News trying to verify that which was written about Camden County school ratings for the 2021/2022 school year. Here are their ratings of the county's high schools (from... Read more →


Father Thomas Capperella, Parochial Vicar in Saint Patrick and Holy Angels in Woodbury

WOODBURY, NJ --Father Thomas Capperella, 82, former parochial vicar in the Diocese of Camden, died June 26. Born in Plymouth Township, Pa., he studied at Blessed John XXIII in Weston, Mass., before being ordained a priest of the Diocese of Camden by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio on June 2, 2001, in Blackwood. His first assignment was as parochial vicar of Saint Thomas More Parish, Cherry Hill, where he served for a year before being assigned the same role in Saint Vincent Pallotti, Haddon Township (2002-2005). Father Capperella went on to serve as parochial vicar in Saint Patrick, Woodbury (2005-2010), and Holy... Read more →


Atlantic City Police Seeking Murder Suspect

ATLANTIC CITY- An investigation into the fatal stabbing of a 65-year-old man on June 5, 2022, a Sunday afternoon in Atlantic City is continuing by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor William Reynolds announced. CNBNews graphic files At approximately 2:20 pm, Atlantic City Police received an emergency call for a male down at Unit North block of Kentucky Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ. The male victim, identified as Dwight Hutchinson, 65, of Atlantic City, was located unresponsive. Medical personnel arrived but were unable to revive Hutchinson. Hutchinson was pronounced deceased at the scene. An autopsy... Read more →


Blackwood Farmers Market Tonight

BLACKWOOD, NJ (June 30, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester Township Police Department released the following information about tonight's Farmer's Market in Downtown Blackwood. Get a jumpstart on your 4th of July holiday shopping at our weekly farmers’ market in Downtown Blackwood starting at 4pm. Today Tony Morelli Market will be adding delicious and sweet melons to their produce selection. Holy Tomato is offering their tasty homemade salad dressing for sale by the mason jar along with pizza by the slice including their special chicken fajita pie! Homeward Bound has Obsidian and Diego in attendance for cuddles and adoption! And tonight’s music provided by... Read more →


Albert C. Fisk Jr., of Gloucester City, NJ

Albert C. Fisk Jr., of Gloucester City, NJ., affectionately known as Buddy. Peacefully passed away on June 27,2022 at the Cooper Hospital with his loving family by his side. Al was born on November 27,1942 in Camden, New Jersey to the late Albert C. Fisk, Sr and Laura M. Robertshaw and has been a resident of Gloucester City for many years. Al was a regular face on the corner of Broadway and Cumberland Streets where he assisted children crossing to and from school. He loved his job and enjoyed all the people he met. Also, fishing was an enjoyable pastime... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: SGT. Richard Lopez of the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Shot and Killed, Age 51 AND KILLED

RICHARD LOPEZ YAVAPAI COUNTY ARIZONA(JUNE 28, 2022)----Sergeant Richard Lopez was shot and killed while attempting to arrest a suspect near Stagecoach Trail and Red Rock Lane in Cordes Lake at about 12:45 pm. He had responded to the area to investigate a theft and located the suspect nearby. The man shot him before fleeing into a nearby residence and barricading himself inside. Sergeant Lopez was transported to HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center where succumbed to his wounds. The subject was taken into custody after remaining barricaded in the home for several hours. Sergeant Lopez had served with the Yavapai County... Read more →


WATCH! Delaware's Artificial Reef Enlarged with the Sinking of Commercial Scallop Vessel

DELAWARE--(JUNE 30, 2022)--The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control continued to broaden the recreational appeal of Delaware’s renowned artificial reef system by sinking the Texas Star (above), originally outfitted as a floating casino, at a reef site 16.5 miles offshore of the Delaware coast, with readings of 38.40.494/74.43.868 at a depth of 86 feet. Built in 1977 on a multi-purpose supply ship hull, the Texas Star was last at sea as a commercial scallop catcher/processor vessel, finding its third life at approximately 4:20 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 29 as ocean floor fish habitat planned by DNREC’s artificial reef program.... Read more →


NJ’s Soaring Online Gambling Market

CNBNews graphic files The latest figures from casinos in New Jersey have revealed that online gambling has increased by 15% compared to the previous year. The same study also announced that online gambling outlets in New Jersey took over $430 million from gamblers in May 2022 alone. But what exactly is the cause of this increase and what can we expect in the future? We reveal more below. A new online landscape The report found that Borgata was leading the gambling market with an increase of over 30% from last year. Hard Rock casino came in second place, taking in... Read more →


Crab Du Jour Christmas in July!

Paying for Customers’ Gas in July as Prices Soar Amid Economic Challenges As people struggle to make ends meet more than ever due to the ever-changing economy, Crab Du Jour has initiated a program to ease the pain of going out to dinner, by offering $5 off per check, up to $20, every night during July for every guest who dines at the restaurant from July 1st through July 31st. The promotion includes the minimum spending per bill, $5 off $25, $10 off $50, $15 off $75 and $20 off $100. The Cajun seafood chain, with over 88 locations around... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE:

A Look At Harry's Ocean Bar and Grille

HARRY'S OCEAN BAR AND GRILLE IN CAPE MAY ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE CHEF, MENU, SEVEN DAY A WEEK LIVE MUSIC AND NEW OWNERSHIP The ocean-side dining destination has exciting changes both in the kitchen and on the roof deck for July and August - and beyond Cape May, NJ - Harry's Ocean Bar and Grille (1025 Beach Ave) is firing up exciting changes in and out of the kitchen for summer of 2022. The ocean-side dining destination and sprawling ocean-side roofdeck, located directly next to The Montreal Beach Resort, is proud to introduce new ownership and a new top chef in... Read more →


A Detailed Pie Iron Guide for Campers

Pie irons, an extraordinarily versatile instrument, were the first equipment people used around the campfire. Pie irons enabled them to prepare various dishes, exploring different ingredients and tailoring each pie iron to the consumer's preferences. A few of those early explorations are now staples on every camping trip. You cannot go camping without your campfire pie irons. What's the ideal campfire pie iron? Pie iron is a set of metal presses, usually made of cast iron, which you can use for cooking over an open fire. Pie irons exist in various forms and sizes, but they all serve the same... Read more →


Judge scolds University of Delaware for shielding Biden’s Senate records

From The Washington Times: Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said the documents are relevant to examine allegations of sexual assault by Mr. Biden’s former staffer Tara Reid and allegations of influence-peddling in connection with Mr. Biden’s son Hunter Biden and foreign interests. “What he was up to as senator is going to inform us about what he is doing and what he wants to do as president,” Mr. Fitton told The Washington Times. “Why was this public university working with this political operation, hiding records to protect then-candidate and now President Biden?” Read more here… Read more →


Maple Shade Parade and Fireworks July 2

Prepare ahead for traffic and parking restrictions in the area. Saturday, July 2, 2022! Parade - 12:00 PM Fireworks - 9:30 PM (approximate) The Maple Shade Police Department wishes to remind residents and those visiting this Saturday that there will be some road closures, detours and parking restrictions in the area of our events. Please be cautious when driving in the area and give yourself plenty of time in the event of delays. Temporary NO PARKING areas will be posted in several neighborhoods and will be enforced. Temporary detours and traffic pattern changes should be expected arriving and leaving our... Read more →


Ikiya Collective: They Won't Stop With Abortion, Rise Up for Our Rights

press release SAPD tries to stop Queer Lakota Led Ikiya Collective from marching in San Antonio Pride with Abortion Rights Banner San Antonio, TX: Tonight, San Antonio Police Department and PRIDE marshalls on roller skates tried to stop Ikiya Collective from marching in San Antonio's "Pride Bigger Than Texas" parade with a banner that read "They Won't Stop with Abortion, Rise up for Our Rights!" The group of Black, Indigenous and queer folks of the global majority was stopped three times by the police despite marching with the San Antonio Human Rights Campaign. When stopped by the police from entering... Read more →


Alzheimers Disease: The 10 Most Common Signs

Memory loss that disrupts daily life One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease, especially in the early stage, is forgetting recently learned information. Others include forgetting important dates or events, asking for the same questions over and over, and increasingly needing to rely on memory aids (e.g., reminder notes or electronic devices) or family members for things they used to handle on their own. What's a typical age-related change? Sometimes forgetting names or appointments, but remembering them later. 2 Challenges in planning or solving problems Some people living with dementia may experience changes in their ability to develop... Read more →


Lower Township Police Arrest Two "Firebugs"

Lower Township, NJ (June 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet) - On Sunday, June 5, 2022, the Lower Township Police Department’s Officers responded to the area of the 1400 block of Bayshore Road, in the Villas section of Lower Township for a 9-1-1 hang-up. Upon arrival, officers observed smoke coming from a parked vehicle. The Villas Volunteer Fire Department responded and extinguished the fire. Members from the Cape May County Fire Marshal’s Office as well as the Lower Township Police Department’s Detective Bureau responded to conduct an investigation. As a result, two males were identified as being involved. Ernest Grey, a 47 year old,... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

What's Up With The Virtua EMTs, Paramedics and Gloucester City Police Center Street Summit?

By Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)-- I was just interrupted by a vehicle, outside my living room window, slamming doors and just being annoying. I got up to check it out. There was a Virtua ambulance and a police car. The EMT was just pacing in front of my bay window and the officer was talking to someone inside the ambulance and taking notes. It took quite a while. Next, a paramedic vehicle pulled up. The EMT walked over to talk to the paramedics. The police officer left. Another EMT showed his face from the... Read more →


PATCO ALERT: Special Schedule Today for PM Rush Hour

A Special Schedule is in effect for PM Rush Hour A special schedule is in effect for Wednesday, June 29. During tonight's evening rush hour, eastbound trains will operate every 12 minutes. VIEW SCHEDULE Read more →


Eleanor M. Ernharth, age 81 of West Deptford/Gloucester City; GCHS Class of '59, former Cafeteria Cook

On June 27, 2022. Age 81. Of West Deptford. Formerly a longtime resident of Gloucester City. Loving angel and devoted wife of 59 years to Ronald L. Ernharth. Loving mother of Ronald L. Ernharth (Norraine), Thomas S. Ernharth (Rebecca), Christine Gentile (Randall), Denise Monahon (Larry) and Melissa Ernharth (Brett). Cherished MomMom of LeighAnn Ernharth, Kara Ernharth (Michael Kaplan), Taylor Gentile, Abigail Ernharth, Matthew Ernharth, Allison Gentile, Lauren Gentile, Kassidy Monahon and Brandon Monahan. Also survived by her daughter-in-law, Cindy Ernharth and predeceased by her son-in-law, Mark Gentile. Eleanor was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic class of 1959, where she later... Read more →


Therese A. Mallon, of Gloucester City, age 70

Gloucester City – On June 28, 2022. Age 70 (nee Parker). Loving mother of Jaclyn Mallon (Qwin Vitale) and Lisa Masi (Anthony). Cherished grandmother of Sienna Gizelbach, Delilah Masi and Farrah Masi. Beloved sister of James Parker, III (late Barb), Patricia Herda (Ed) and Maryann Queen (late Dan). Loving aunt of Jimmy, Michelle, Jeffrey, Ryan, Kristen and Kyle and great aunt of Brody. Predeceased by her parents, James and Mary Parker (nee Flinn) and her niece, Amanda. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Thursday, June 30th from 5 to 6:30 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851... Read more →


Rob Radlinger, 49, of Gloucester City/Brooklawn; Mustangs Coach, Bartender, GHS Alum

On June 26, 2022. Age 49. Of Gloucester City. Formerly of Brooklawn. Loving father of Kevin Radlinger, AJ Radlinger, Jack Radlinger, Michael Ritchie and Brandon Kraft. Loving fiancé of Lisa Ritchie. Beloved brother of Cherrie Hammer (Don) and Lisa Radlinger. Also survived by many cousins and loving friends who became family. Rob was predeceased by his parents, Jack and Eleanor Radlinger (nee Kubala). Rob was a graduate of Gloucester High School class of 1991. He worked many years as a corrections officer in Camden County. Rob was a longtime coach and mentor for Gloucester City Mustangs Football. He was a... Read more →


Man Arrested in Fatal Maple Shade Apartment Murder

Burlington County Acting Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw and Maple Shade Police Chief Christopher J. Fletcher announced that a 22-year-old Clementon man has been charged with fatally shooting a resident of the Fox Meadow apartments earlier this year in the parking lot of the complex. Teon Macklin-Goodwine, of the Tory Estates apartments, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Robbery (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree) and Certain Persons Not to Have Weapons (Second Degree). Macklin-Goodwine was taken into custody yesterday by officers from the Camden County Sheriff’s Department... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on McDaniel College Undergraduates

WESTMINSTER, MD (06/21/2022)-- McDaniel College announces its Spring 2022 Dean's List, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement, including: Mary Clothier of Lumberton Township (08048) with High Honors Jessica Luhr of Mount Laurel (08054) with Honors Madison Whalen of Magnolia (08049) with High Honors Angela Dinunzio of Moorestown (08057) with Honors Jennifer Robinson of Sicklerville (08081) with Honors Billy Wheatley IV of Galloway (08205) with Highest Honors Nicholas Razze of Pitman (08071) with Honors Erin Cunnane of Cinnaminson (08077) with Highest Honors Logan Sweeney of Mount Laurel (08054) with Highest Honors Katelyn Van Mater of Sewell (08080) with Honors... Read more →


Pennsylvania House Passes Bill Legalizing Fentanyl Testing Strips, Addict Will Know If Drug IS PURE!

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Jun 22, 2022 HARRISBURG, PA (The Center Square) – Drug overdose deaths have risen sharply in Pennsylvania in recent years, and the General Assembly is taking harm-reduction efforts more seriously than in the past. On Monday, the House unanimously passed a bill, HB1393, that would legalize fentanyl test strips for personal use so drug users could know the purity of their substances. The strips are currently classified as drug paraphernalia and illegal. Fentanyl pills (CNBNews graphic file) Pennsylvania is third in the nation for overdose drug deaths, with 5,360 people dying in 2021,... Read more →