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

A Message from Congressman Donald Norcross

The narrative that you must go to a traditional 4-year college to make it in America just isn’t true. Whether you go to college, complete a job training program, or serve our great country in the military, your job is meaningful and important. As I’ve said before, we need people who “go to college, build the college, and protect the college.” I’m proud to be one of the many Americans to have gone to the “other 4-year school:” a registered apprenticeship. The opportunity to earn-while-you-learn as a union electrical apprentice allowed me to have a successful career and take care... Read more →

OPERATION CHILLOUT: A hoodie, thermals, gloves, socks and a hat

A hoodie, thermals, gloves, socks and a hat - basic items most people have in their closet - but that’s not the case for countless veterans across Bergen County. “More than 16% of our homeless population in the United States are veterans, and 20% of all homeless are veterans” says Ray Chimileski, executive Director of the grassroots coalition, Operation Chillout, who is very concerned about the homeless veterans in our community, especially as the temperatures across the tri-state drop and the winter sets in. “Our outreach team hit the streets and asked our homeless vets what they need to get... Read more →

How Can Med School Admissions Consulting Personalize Your Prep Strategy: 5 Prep Tips

Embarking on the journey to medical school can be complex, but what if you had a roadmap tailored just for you? 'How Can Med School Admissions Consulting Personalize Your Prep Strategy: 5 Prep Tips' offers exactly that. This guide unveils how expert consultants can transform your med school preparation into a personalized, strategic journey. We'll discuss five essential tips highlighting the importance of understanding your unique strengths, crafting a study plan that fits your life, and more. Get ready to discover how a customized approach can significantly enhance your chances of success in the competitive world of medical school admissions!... Read more →

Opening Soon: Apply for Tax Credits for Historic Property Rehabilitation in NJ

ELIGIBILITY To receive tax credits through the Historic Property Reinvestment Program, a project must: Demonstrate that without the tax credit award, the rehabilitation project is not economically feasible. Prove that a project financing gap exists, and the tax credit award being considered for the project is equal to or less than the project financing gap. Not have commenced any construction or rehabilitation activity at the site of the rehabilitation project prior to submitting an application and will not commence any construction or rehabilitation activity until the execution of the Rehabilitation Agreement (with certain limited exceptions). Include business entity contributed equity... Read more →

GTPD Stuff A Truck for the Gloucester Township Mayor's Toy Drive!

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (November 26, 2023)--Now until December 14th bring new, unwrapped toys to the GTPD Watch Desk at 1261 Chews Landing Road, and if the Watch Desk Officer is available they'll unlock our decorated GTPD Truck parked in front of our headquarters where you can stuff the truck! Also, if you capture a photo of you or your kiddies with our Officer and send them to [email protected], we'll post them on our GTPD social media! A drop box for toy donations is also located at the watch desk. Thank you! Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd... Read more →

Jersey Mike’s Helping Wreaths Across America

Wreaths Across America Announces #GivingTuesday Matching Campaign from Jersey Mike’s Subs Veteran wreath sponsorships made for placement at Arlington National Cemetery will be matched by the company up to $250,000! COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine, and MANASQUAN, NJ – Nov. 27, 2023 – Today, national nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) is proud to announce that Jersey Mike’s Subs, a fast-casual sub sandwich franchise with more than 2,600 locations nationwide, has issued a #GivingTuesday challenge to help raise funds to sponsor veterans’ wreaths for placement at Arlington National Cemetery on National Wreaths Across America Day – Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023. Jersey Mike’s has... Read more →

Preservation NJ Annual Historic Preservation Awards Event

Preservation New Jersey will be celebrating individuals and organizations at our annual Historic Preservation Awards Event on Thursday, November 30, 2023 6:00PM-9:00PM at Masker’s Barn located in Berkeley Heights Union County, New Jersey. “Preservation New Jersey is excited to be recognizing so many diverse, innovative projects from all across the state and the people and organizations making preservation possible,” shared Paul Muir, President of the Board of Trustees, “these projects all contribute to the preservation of our state’s historic resources and the understanding of our state history.” The awards event will feature a buffet dinner, drinks, music, and networking followed... Read more →

Gloucester City Council Meeting November 27th

CNBNews graphic GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 27, 2023)(CNBNews)--There are 19 Resolutions on the agenda for the Monday, November 27, 2023 council meeting scheduled for Monday, November 27, 2023, in council chambers, 313 Monmouth Street. There are two ordinances on the agenda pertaining to redevelopment. Bills totaling $2.3 Million have been submitted for payment. Read more →

17-Year-Old NJ High School Football Player Stabbed To Death In Lower Manhattan (video)

provided by St. Joseph Regional High School A 17-year-old New Jersey resident, from Warren Township in Somerset, was stabbed to death in Lower Manhattan, New York City, early Thursday, November 23 according to reports by Rocco Rodden was enrolled at Montvale's St. Joseph Regional High School, where he played football. The incident occurred at an ax-throwing establishment in the Tribeca section of Manhattan. Police were called to 96 Lafayette St., the address of Live Axe, at 1:50 a.m. and discovered two stabbing victims. The second victim, a 19-year-old man who suffered stab wounds to the torso, was in stable... Read more →

Pennsauken Police Investigating School Shooter Threat at Middle School

The Pennsauken Township Police Department received the report of a student who threatened to shoot another student at the middle school. This incident has been under investigation, and the investigation continues. The school is aware of the investigation. There will be an increased police presence at the middle school. Respectfully, Chief Philip P. Olivo Alert sent on 11/26/2023 at 3:42PM EST Read more →

Roadwork in Audubon, Camden City, Gloucester Twp. Lindenwold, Winslow Twp.

Roadwork in Audubon and Haddon Heights (Lindenwold, NJ) – New Jersey American Water will continue water service replacements on Kings Highway in Audubon and Haddon Heights from Monday, November 27, to Friday, December 1, between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. Kings Highway will be fully closed between Edgewood and Wyoming avenues. Roadwork in Camden City (Lindenwold, NJ) – From Monday, November 27, to Friday, December 1, PSE&G will continue installing the gas main on Ferry Avenue in Camden between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. Ferry Avenue will be fully closed between Atlantic Avenue and Jackson Street. PSE&G Electric... Read more →

Moorestown Lions Club Holiday Parade Saturday, No Parking on Main Street

Main St. in the business district, Chester Ave. and S. Church St. will be closed this Saturday 12/2/23 from 11:30am-2pm for the annual Lions Holiday Parade that starts at noon. No Parking will be permitted on Main St. between Chester Ave. and Church St. 11am - 2pm. Expect traffic delays in the area during the event. Please slow down and watch for pedestrians in the roadways during the event. Instructions: Expect traffic delays in the area during the event. Address/Location Township of Moorestown Police Department 1245 N Church St Moorestown, NJ 08057 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-234-8300 Read more →


(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Commissioner Virginia Betteridge, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the region will be under a Code Blue Advisory Saturday evening into the morning of Sunday, Nov. 26. The Health Officer has issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., beginning November 25 to the morning of November 26. Temperatures during the code blue will drop as low as 30 degrees. Please note that the new after-hours code blue emergency hotline is 2-1-1. “It’s crucial that everyone is indoors and protected from... Read more →

*Comment Restrictions: You Must Provide A Working Email Address/Name Will Be Published comment rules, subject to change. We no longer accept comments with an anonymous name. No further comments will be published with just a first name or with a made up name. Your submitted remark must contain your full name and a working email address. If you believe in what you wrote you should be willing to back it up with your full name. We feel that people, who in the past were able to hide behind a computer screen, won’t be so embolden to viciously attack an opposing point of view now that their name is public. This should... Read more →

Maryland Fishing Report

November 22, 2023 Herb Floyd took a break from fishing for striped bass and enjoyed some great chain pickerel action. Photo courtesy of Herb Floyd The Thanksgiving holiday gives us all a chance to reflect on all the things we are grateful to have. Family and friends always top the list, and for many of us they are followed by the opportunities we have to enjoy the outdoors. Forecast Summary: November 22 – November 28: The upcoming week should provide cool temperatures all week with windy conditions on Wednesday and Thursday. Surface water temperatures have dropped to the low 50s... Read more →

Missing Person, Taron Parker, age 33 from Bergen Sq.

RELATED CATEGORY MISSING PERSON (Camden City, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing adult from Bergen Square. Taron Parker, 33, has been reported missing from his home on the 600 block of Cherry Street. He is described as a black male, 5’2”, 155 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a black and royal blue hoodie and black jeans. He is known to frequent the Walter Rand Transportation Center, the Broadway Corridor and the White Horse Pike corridor. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD... Read more →


In the fast-paced world of trucking, one of the most critical decisions you'll make for your business is how to manage your finances. Ensuring a smooth and efficient operation requires a steady cash flow, which is often a challenge in the trucking industry. When it comes to financing, two common options stand out: factoring vs line of credit. In this article, we will help you navigate the choice between factoring and a line of credit, ensuring that you make the right financial decision for your trucking business. Understanding Factoring: Factoring is a financial solution designed specifically for trucking companies. It... Read more →

Dikenson Joshua Noel, of Philadelphia Arrested for Kidnapping and 8 Additional Charges

ARREST OF KIDNAPPING/ROBBERY SUSPECT On Sunday, October 23, 2023, at approximately 2:08 am, a Bensalem Police officer was flagged down by a robbery victim on Hulmeville Road. The victim reported that he was getting into his delivery truck at KMC Distributor, 1810 Byberry Road at approximately 9:00 pm when two unknown males approached him. One of the males produced a handgun and demanded money from the victim as they removed him from his delivery truck. The victim advised the males that didn’t have any cash. He was then forced into their vehicle at gunpoint. The victim was blindfolded and taken... Read more →

Jason Paugh, of Red House, Receives Master Angler Award

FishMaryland Master Angler Award Presented to Jason Paugh of Garrett County Jason Paugh, of Red House, officially became the fourth Master Angler awarded under the Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ FishMaryland program this month. The highest award in the program recognizes the skill and determination required to catch ten trophy-size fish species in Maryland that all meet the minimum award sizes. Paugh reached this milestone award by catching a largemouth bass (21.25 inches), smallmouth bass (20 inches), crappie (16.75 inches), northern pike (47.25 inches), chain pickerel (25.25 inches), rock bass (10.75 inches), yellow perch (14.25 inches), carp (38 inches), bluegill... Read more →

Time to start your holiday shopping ???

The Camden County Hero Scholarship Apparel Sale site is back open for business. Simply click the link below and find that special gift for you, or someone else! In order to receive items in time for the Christmas Holiday, orders must be placed by December 6th All proceeds benefit the families of Camden County’s Police, Fire and EMS personnel killed in the line of duty. Dawn M. Ragan, Executive Director Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund, Inc. 162 W. White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ 08009 (856)768-9656 office (609) 980-7013 cell “It doesn’t take a hero to keep a dream alive…”... Read more →

Film Can Capture the Magic...

TO THE POINT: Rutgers University–Camden film studies graduates accepted into prestigious film schools CAMDEN CITY, NJ– As Starla Blatcher sees it, film can capture the magic that is happening in real life, whether it stems from romance, ambition, death, or something that is completely intangible. “I love when I’m watching a movie and I feel my heart flutter,” says the graduating theater major with a filmmaking concentration, with minors in writing and digital studies at Rutgers University–Camden. “That’s how I want to make others feel in the stories that I tell.” For Audrey Johnson, film is one of the greatest... Read more →

Wreaths Across America Announces the Mobile Education Exhibit

2024 National Tour Schedule This unique museum on wheels could be coming to your hometown to help honor local veterans and teach the community! COLUMBIA FALLS, ME — November 16, 2023 — Wreaths Across America (WAA) is overwhelmed with the outpouring of support from communities throughout the country for its Mobile Education Exhibit (MEE). The MEE is a rolling interactive museum that shares the organization's mission to Remember the fallen, Honor those who serve, and Teach the next generation the value of freedom. Today, WAA announces the MEE schedule for 2024. Next year’s national tour will begin in North Carolina... Read more →

Missing Person, Howard Jones of Camden City

(Camden City, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing adult from Whitman Park. Howard Jones, 70, has been reported missing from his home on the 1100 block of Morton Street. He is described as a black male, 5’6”, 150 pounds, with brown eyes and gray hair. He is known to wear a Reebok hooded sweatshirt and an oversized winter coat. He is known to frequent Whitman Park and the area of 29th Street and Hayes Avenue in Cramer Hill. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856)... Read more →

Jefferson Health to Hold 14th Annual ‘Tree of Lights’ Event

at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township on November 29th Sewell, NJ (November 16, 2023) — Area residents will have the opportunity to honor, remember, and celebrate the lives of loved ones who have battled cancer with the symbolic illumination of the “Tree of Lights” in the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township’s lobby on Wednesday, November 29. The 14th annual Tree of Lights Remembrance Celebration, set for 5-6 p.m. at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center (900 Medical Center Drive, Sewell, NJ), will include music, light refreshments, and a tree-lighting ceremony, where honorees’ names will be recited aloud.... Read more →

Lions Win City Championship Again

The Annual City Championship Football Game between the G.C. Lions and crosstown rival Gloucester Catholic Rams was played under near perfect weather on Thanksgiving. The Lions 9-2 coming off a heartbreaking SJ Semi Finals defeat to Haddonfield hammered the archrival Rams 33-0 in a game that it appeared much worse then the score indicated. The GHS seniors walked off the home field knowing that their four Thanksgiving game battles against the Rams, they went 4-0 and holding the Rams scoreless with a four year scoring difference of 172 to 0 It was bittersweet win for the seniors, this group of... Read more →

Gloucester Twp. Police Chief David J. Harkins Thanksgiving Message

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (CNBNews)-As we head into the 2023 Holiday Season, the Gloucester Township Police Department again have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. We are thankful that we live in a country that has freedom of expression and relative safety in our day-to-day lives. When we see war and violence taking place across the globe, we are thankful for our community and our American way of life. As you enjoy Gloucester Township during this holiday season, you will see our officers on duty. We will be working hard to keep our community safe. We will be conducting... Read more →

Pennsauken PD Arrest 2 Suspects Involved in Shooting

PENNSAUKEN, TOWNSHIP, NJ (November 23, 2023)(CNBNews)--On Thursday, October 19, 2023, the Pennsauken Township Police Department responded to the area of Holman Avenue and Velde Avenue for a reported shooting incident. Witnesses reported that a vehicle in the area was shot at. The vehicle and the suspects had fled the area prior t source Pennsauken PD o police arrival. That night and into the next week, Pennsauken Police Detectives worked to identify the victim, locate the suspects, and obtain evidence to assist with the investigation. After an extensive search, the victim and the victim’s vehicle were located. Evidence was retrieved from... Read more →

Happy Thanksgiving From The Pennsauken Police Department

PENNSAUKEN TOWNSHIP, NJ (November 23, 2023)--On behalf of the members of the Pennsauken Police Department, I would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Respectfully, Chief Philip P. Olivo Police Chief Philip P. Philip Image source Pennsauken Twp. web page Read more →

Motorists Urged to Use Safe Phone Zones

Nearly 50 million travelers expected to drive this Thanksgiving (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti today is reminding motorists to curb distracted driving by using “Safe Phone Zones,” sponsored by AAA Northeast, located in rest areas and scenic overlooks statewide. As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, drivers are reminded that injuries and fatalities increase during busy holiday weekends, and distracted driving is the number one cause of fatal crashes in New Jersey. AAA estimates 49.1 million people will travel by car nationwide over the Thanksgiving holiday. This season marks the start of AAA Northeast’s sponsorship of... Read more →

Sierra Club Praises NJ for Banning Gas Cars

NJ Adopts Advanced Clean Cars II: Joins Neighboring States in Bold Climate Action NEW JERSEY – Today, Governor Murphy officially announced that the state of New Jersey will adopt the Advanced Clean Cars II Program (ACC II). This program will set the state on a path to a healthy transition to zero-emission vehicles and cleaner air, by setting gradually increasing sales targets so that every new light-duty vehicle (and some medium-duty) sold in New Jersey will be a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) by 2035. Other states, including Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Washington, DC have finalized... Read more →

Sicklerville Man Sentenced to Prison for 25 Years

Camden City, N.J.- A Sicklerville man has been sentenced to New Jersey State Prison after pleading guilty in September 2023 for the May 2017 murder of a Camden City man, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. On September 26, 2023, Andrew Whittaker, 29, plead guilty to first-degree Aggravated Manslaughter and first-degree Witness Tampering in the death of 30 year-old Edward Whittle, Jr. of Camden City. On November 15, 2023, Whittaker was sentenced to 25 years in New Jersey State Prison under the No Early Release Act, which requires Whittaker to serve 85% of the sentence before being eligible for... Read more →

Cumulus Media’s Westwood One Presents National Audio Coverage of Six NFL Games

Over the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend First Ever Black Friday Game Features Twin Brothers Jason and Devin McCourty in the Broadcast Booth with Ian Eagle NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CUMULUS MEDIA’s (NASDAQ: CMLS) Westwood One, the largest audio network in the U.S., will present exclusive national audio play-by-play coverage of six NFL games over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, including Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Sunday night, and Monday night. THANKSGIVING DAY, Thursday, November 23, will feature a tripleheader beginning at 12 p.m. ET when the Green Bay Packers visit the Detroit Lions. Game two will feature the Washington... Read more →

18th Annual Maroon & Gold Basket Auction

We are so excited to announce the 18th Annual Maroon & Gold Basket Auction on April 18th, 2024. This fundraiser solely benefits the students of Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School. We need your help, and no gift/contribution is too small. We have set up and easy sign-up with a variety of options. Once you decide on your donation, you can mail it to the address below or send it in with your child c/o Heather Mondel, Basket Auction Donation. We will notify you once we have received it. Click Here to Register Your Donation! We thank you in advance... Read more →

Philadelphia Crime Report: Killings Continue In Philly


CNBNews Editor Faces Trespassing, Theft Charges

UPDATED November 26, 2023 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews It has been ten years since John Reynolds first published his article " A Salute to Bill "The Pen" Cleary. I read it ever so often whenever I need a pick-me-up. It is nice to be appreciated. SEE Reynolds ARTICLE BELOW Tuesday, November 21, 2023, I appeared in Gloucester City Municipal Court to answer two trespassing charges for walking around the Cold Springs Elementary School and one theft charge. I took a children's bench that I thought was trash. When I learned that it wasn't trash, I contacted the police,... Read more →

Lawrence H. (Butch) Elder, of Sicklerville, age 61

Sicklerville, NJ, formerly of Barrington. Age 61 years. Passed away on November 21, 2023, at his home, in the loving care of his family. Born in Cherry Hill, NJ, he was the son of the late Lawrence R. and Ruth (Kreck) Elder. Beloved husband of Karen A. (Williams) Elder for 43 years. Loving father of Brooke Thomas (Louie), Robin Fleetwood (Shawn), Samantha Elder; cherished grandchildren, Miranda, Rylee, Breonna and Shyla. He is also survived by his sister, Wendy Sullivan (Bill). Butch was a truck driver for KZ pickle Company in Camden. He enjoyed going to the casinos and was an... Read more →

Strategies for Enhancing Your Poker Skills Through Online Practice

Poker is a dance of strategy, wit, and skill. So, you fancy yourself as a bit of a poker fan, or maybe you're just dipping your toes into the river of this strategic card game. Enhancing your poker prowess through online practice could give you the edge when the chips are down. Let’s shuffle through some top-notch strategies for upping your game from the comfort of your screen. Understanding Styles of Play One of the first steps to upping your poker game is to get your head around the various play styles. It's like learning the personalities at a party... Read more →

Digital News Consumption: How It's Changing the Landscape

Today's media consumption habits have seen dramatic change since the days of newsprint-stained fingers and early morning deliveries of newspapers on our doorsteps. Now, with just one tap on our smartphones, we have instantaneous access to information around us. For instance, when we play online pokies, we can easily switch to breaking news stories with just a swipe of our fingers, and it truly encapsulates what digital news means today. The Personalization of News Feeds Back in the day, the news was a one-size-fits-all affair. But now, algorithms learn what we like. They catch on to our habits quicker than... Read more →

Privacy without Isolation: Striking the Right Balance with Glass Partitions

In today's modern workspaces, the need for privacy is often balanced with the desire for openness and collaboration. Glass partitions have emerged as a popular solution to strike this delicate balance, offering a visually appealing way to create private spaces while maintaining a sense of connection. By incorporating various privacy solutions, office glass partitions enable individuals to work undisturbed, while still feeling a part of the larger office environment. One of the key advantages of glass partitions is the ability to achieve visual privacy without compromising openness. Traditional solid walls can create a sense of isolation and detachment, hindering communication... Read more →

The Green Side of Glass: Sustainability Features in Tempered Glass

When it comes to sustainability, the production process plays a crucial role. Tempered glass supplier near me has recognized the importance of adopting eco-conscious practices to reduce their environmental impact. From sourcing raw materials to energy consumption, every step is carefully considered to minimize waste and promote sustainability. One key aspect of eco-conscious production in tempered glass manufacturing is the use of recycled materials. Many manufacturers prioritize the use of recycled glass cullet, which is crushed and melted down to create new glass products. By incorporating recycled materials, the demand for virgin resources is reduced, leading to a significant decrease... Read more →

From Couch to Court: How Exotic Weed Strains Enhance Sports Experiences

Hey there, sports enthusiast! If you're looking to elevate your sports experiences and take your performance to the next level, you might be surprised to learn that exotic weed strains can play a role in achieving that goal. In this guide, we'll explore the exciting synergy between exotic weed strains and sports, helping you discover how they can enhance your athletic adventures. The Power of Exotic Weed Strains for Pre-Game Motivation Before you hit the court, field, or gym, getting in the right mindset is crucial for peak performance. Exotic weed strains can be your secret weapon for pre-game motivation... Read more →

Gloucester City Municipal Office Closing Early

Copyright: Karenr | GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 21, 2023)--The municipal offices of Gloucester City, NJ will be closing an hour earlier at 4 pm on Wednesday, November 22, for Thanksgiving. Please take note of this change and plan accordingly. Happy Thanksgiving Wishes From Gloucester City Mayor, Dayl Baile, and members of City Council Read more →

Delta 8 Carts and Sports Recovery: A Winning Strategy for Athletes

Hey there, fellow fitness enthusiast! Are you always on the lookout for new and effective ways to enhance your sports recovery routine? Well, it's time to explore an exciting addition to your toolkit – delta 8 carts. In this guide, we'll dive into the world of delta 8 carts and discover how they can be a winning strategy for athletes like you. Elevating Your Recovery Game with Delta 8 Carts Sports recovery is a critical aspect of any athlete's training regimen. It's the time when your body repairs and grows stronger, allowing you to perform at your best. While traditional... Read more →

5 Essential New Jersey Business Registration Laws You Need to Know

Starting a business in New Jersey comes with a unique set of requirements and regulations. Understanding the key laws and procedures can help ensure a smooth and compliant journey as you establish your business in the Garden State. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the five essential New Jersey business registration laws that every aspiring entrepreneur should know. From naming your business to obtaining the necessary licenses, we will cover all the crucial steps to help you navigate the process successfully. Choosing the Right Business Name Selecting the perfect business name is a critical first step in... Read more →

Sports Fanatics' Guide to Winning: Unleashing the Power of Casino Bonus Codes

For sports enthusiasts who crave the thrill of competition and the adrenaline rush of victory, the world of online casinos provides an exciting avenue to extend the excitement beyond the playing field. One key strategy that savvy sports fanatics use to enhance their online gaming experience is leveraging casino bonus codes. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the ins and outs of casino bonus codes, how they work, and how sports fans can maximize their benefits to elevate their gaming endeavors. I. Understanding Casino Bonus Codes: Casino bonus codes are alphanumeric strings offered by online casinos to unlock specific... Read more →

Mastering the Sky: The Ultimate Guide to Dominating Aviator Games and Winning Real Money

Aviator games, a thrilling genre of online gaming that combines skill and chance, have become increasingly popular, offering players the opportunity to master the virtual skies while potentially winning real money. Whether you're a seasoned aviator or a novice looking to take flight, this ultimate guide will provide you with essential tips and strategies to dominate aviator games and enhance your chances of winning substantial rewards. I. Understanding Aviator Games: Aviator games typically involve predicting the outcome of a virtual airplane's flight path. The game revolves around a multiplier that increases over time, and players must decide when to cash... Read more →

The Jeff Cohen Scholars Program Established at Gloucester Catholic High School

Gloucester Catholic is pleased to announce the Jeff Cohen Scholars Program. If you are considering the startup of a GC Scholars Program to honor your family and help current students, contact Pat Murphy, Executive Director of Development, at [email protected]. Mary Klinewski Cohen '81 is truly grateful to give back to the current generation of Ram students. She is proud to help GCHS students benefit from a Catholic education as she did while a student here. Gloucester Catholic and Mary Cohen are proud to announce the establishment of the Jeff Cohen Scholars Program in honor of Mary's late husband, former Lady... Read more →

Edwin L. Rosenheim, age 92, of Audubon, a Man with Many Talents

Edwin L. Rosenheim, 92, of Audubon, NJ, passed away on Thursday, November 16th after a long and hard-fought battle against Parkinson’s Disease. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Charmian, his cherished parents, Harry and Mae, sister Irene, and brothers, Robert and Louis. He leaves behind his beloved sons Arthur, Lawrence, Robert (Dianna), Douglas, Bradley (Stephanie), his precious six grandchildren (Evan, Eric, Emma, Ian, Zachary, and Avery), supportive brothers and sisters in law, and caring nieces and nephews. Edwin was truly a man of many talents. He was a veteran of both the United States Navy and the United States... Read more →