News for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

City of Gloucester City Offering Community Development Block Grants to Small Business Owners

Gloucester City— September 13, 2022 —Mayor Dayl Baile and the Council of Gloucester City open applications for Community Development Block Grants to businesses in Gloucester City. “The City administration has been persistent and diligent in pursuing these funds, totaling $370,684, which were awarded through Camden County Community Development,” stated Lori Ryan, Director of Community Development. Mayor and Council have appropriated $250,000 of its federal Community Development Block Grant CARES Funds (CDBG-CV1) for the COVID-19 Small Business Assistance Program. This program is being established to provide working capital funds to the community’s small businesses that have been severely impacted by the... Read more →


Abby Hainsworth has been named the NFHCA National Defensive Player of the Week

GENEVA, NJ - Rowan senior Abby Hainsworth has been named the NFHCA National Defensive Player of the Week as she helped lead the Profs to two wins last week which ultimately moved them up to the #2-ranking in the first NFHCA Coaches Poll of the regular season (Sept. 13). It marks the second time in the past two seasons that Hainsworth has earned the national honor. Last year she became just the second goalie in the program's history to receive the distinction, as Morgan Novak was the first in 2018. Hainsworth, who was named the NJAC Defensive Player of the... Read more →


Disney100: Coming to the Franklin Institute (video)

PHILADELPHIA PA--Disney100: The Exhibition to Immerse Guests Worldwide in the Magic of Disney The Exhibition, which celebrates Disney 100 Years of Wonder, launches a World Tour at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute on February 18, 2023, with the next stops announced, including Chicago, IL, Kansas City, MO, and Munich, Germany Philadelphia, PA (September 10, 2022) – Today at D23 Expo: The Ultimate Disney Fan Event in Anaheim, CA, exciting new details and stops were announced for the upcoming world premiere of Disney100: The Exhibition. Created for the 100-year celebration of The Walt Disney Company, the exhibition will immerse guests in the beloved... Read more →


Modular wall system: features and functions

Modular wall system is a modern construction, created for various exhibitions. This is a type of stand where artists can place their masterpieces. Such a stand allows you to create the right space for customer’s perception, strictly observing the corporate style and industry specifics! Thanks to modern systems, professionals can develop an optimal budget and high-quality stand for your efficient exhibition! This is a rational solution for the participants of exhibition events in galleries and museums. Wall systems are the basis of the standard and booth construction, thanks to which it is possible to create a stand with various architectural... Read more →


Grown-Ups Take Over Camp Fun at Liberty Lake

GROWN-UP CAMP FUN AT LIBERTY LAKE On August 21, 500 young at heart grown-ups gathered for a day of unbridled fun in the sun that normally only kids get to experience at Liberty Lake. “Campers” enjoyed boating, fishing, Ga-Ga, mini-golf, archery-tag, basketball, pickleball, rock climbing, water tramp, water slides, and a whole lot more- including cold, craft beers from Screamin’ Hill Brewery in Cream Ridge, NJ. The number one question of the day- “When are we doing this again?” The brainchild of Screamin’ Hill’s Gregg Marantz and Liberty Lake’s Kurtis Johnson, “Grown-Up Camp” provided a release from regular life that... Read more →


Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar in Atlantic City Offering Tour of Cuba Menu & TikTok Recipes

... In Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month  Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar in Atlantic City, located inside Tropicana Casino & Resort, is kicking-off National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15) with a “Tour of Cuba” menu and a new TikTok recipe series as part of the month-long celebration. “As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we invite guests to celebrate and honor the rich traditions of Latin cultures,” said Cuba Libre’s Chef-Partner Guillermo Pernot. “We look forward to celebrating this exciting time with our guests with the launch of our ‘Tour of Cuba’ program and recipe series on... Read more →


Emma Madeline Wine, age 103, of Audubon

Emma Madeline Wine (nee Creely), age 103, died Monday, September 12, 2022, in Pitman, NJ. Emma was born in Toms River, NJ to William and Madeline (nee Hickman) Creely. Emma is predeceased by her husband Paul J. Wine and her sister Hester & her husband Robert Williams of Albuquerque, NM. Emma retired as a librarian for th CNBNews graphic file e city of Camden at the East Branch Library in Dudle Grange on Federal Street and was a longtime member of Audubon United Methodist Church. She is survived by her son Daniel & his wife Edith, grandson James and daughter... Read more →


EAST HANOVER: Flaming Grill & Modern Buffet Now Open

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Scheduled for Monday, September 26th at 4:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner Following Ribbon Cutting for Police Officers, Firefighters, Healthcare Workers and Other First Responders Flaming Grill & Modern Buffet, a family-friendly restaurant presenting phenomenal value for seafood, hibachi, American, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine lovers, has opened their first New Jersey location at 240 Route 10 West in East Hanover, NJ. The expansive, 10,000-square-foot new restaurants will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony with East Hanover Mayor Joseph Pannullo and a variety of area VIPs on Monday, September 26th at 4:30 p.m. “This new restaurant will allow North Jersey residents to... Read more →


Winslow Township Police Arrest Suspect for Firing "Ghost Gun"

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP NJ (September 13, 2022)--At approximately 6:30 PM this evening, Winslow Twp. Police Officers were dispatched to the area of High Meadows Drive for a report of shots fired. Officers contacted witnesses who reported that a male fired multiple rounds from a firearm in multiple directions before fleeing the area on foot before police arrived. One residence was struck by the gunfire, but there were no reported injuries. A track was conducted by Camden County Sheriff's Department K9 Recchi, which led officers to the Eden Hollow neighborhood. K9 Recchi led his handler through the neighborhood, where residents reported seeing... Read more →


Philadelphia Police Arrest Suspect for Saturday's Murder of 64-Year-Old Man

9TH DISTRICT-HOMICIDE BY SHOOTING PHILADELPHIA PA (September 13, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--On Saturday, September 10, 2022, at 2:16 P.M., at 19th and Market Street, CNBNews graphic files underground Septa eastbound platform, A 64-year-old black male was shot in the head, shoulder, right hand, and back. He was transported by PFD-Medic Unit to Jefferson University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 2:50 P.M. The Philadelphia Police Department has a male in custody fitting the description of the offender wanted for the above Homicide by shooting for that incident. A firearm was also retrieved from this male. Images of suspect taken from SEPTA security... Read more →


Charlene B. Riley, of Gloucester City, age 71

Surrounded by her loving family at home in Gloucester City, Charlene passed peacefully on September 10, 2022, at the age of 71. (nee Green). Loving wife of 49 years to Joseph T. Riley. Loving mother of Joseph (Nicole) Riley, Mary Elizabeth (Chad) Rettig and Michelle (Christopher) Stec. Cherished “Mom-Mom” of Brendan, Julia, Audrey, Joseph and Andrew. Beloved sister of Charles (Christine) Green, Michael (Linda) Green and Patrick (Esther) Green. Predeceased by her parents, Godfreid “Bud” Green and Bernice Green (nee Goodman). Charlene was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School class of 1969. She was a devout catholic and longtime... Read more →


N. 2ND Street Northern Liberties Night Sept. 22

60 FOOD TRUCKS, MOBILE VENDORS, RESTAURANTS AND BARS COMING TO N. 2ND STREET image courtesy of Northern Liberties Night Market Philadelphia, PA - The organizers of the 2nd Street Festival announce the second fall edition of the new Northern Liberties Night Market Series. This inaugural series of outdoor food festivals is rolling into the single fastest growing neighborhood in Philadelphia on Thursday, September 22,2022, from 5:00pm to 10:00pm, on N. 2nd Street between Fairmount and W. Laurel streets- expanding it by an additional block. This newer event will take place every spring and fall and is a pivot and expansion... Read more →


How to Create Your First Career Plan

Career planning is something most professionals can benefit from, yet many of us don’t spend enough time thinking about our future and what we might like to accomplish from a professional perspective. Before you started college or finished your education for the first time, you might have dreamed of a specific job you wanted to get one day in the future. However, as time has passed by, there’s a good chance your priorities and values have changed. Not to mention, the job market itself is evolving at an incredible rate, with new opportunities emerging all the time. If you’ve never... Read more →


AccuWeather Warns of Severe Weather Forecast

AccuWeather forecasters say Northeast at risk of severe weather Thunderstorms will have the potential in the afternoon and evening to bring damaging wind gusts of 55-65 mph, with an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 70 mph possible. An isolated tornado or two is possible as well. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – September 13, 2022 -AccuWeather meteorologists say that the threat of flooding that began in the Northeast on Sunday could be compounded by the potential for severe thunderstorms that are forecast to track through the heavily populated region into Tuesday. The same storm that brought torrential rainfall to Chicago, which flooded... Read more →


CNBNews Pet Tips: The Health Benefits to Flexitarianism

(NAPSI)—If U.S. dogs and cats were their own country, they’d rank fifth in global meat consumption. In fact, through their diet, our pets constitute about 25–30% of the environmental impacts from animal production in terms of the use of land, water, fossil fuel, phosphate, and biocides in the United States. Imagine the environmental impact if the 90 million dogs in the United States consumed just 25% less meat-based food. There are health benefits to flexitarianism, too. A recent study shows that vegan diets for dogs may be linked with better health, and could be less hazardous, than meat-based diets. Statistical... Read more →


Philly Burger Brawl Makes Sizzling Return Oct. 23

60 RESTAURANTS READY TO FIRE UP THE GRILL FOR PHILADELPHIA YOUTH * Philadelphia's largest burger and food competition and benefit returns to Xfinity Live after a two-year pandemic break * Philadelphia, PA - Philly Burger Brawl is back, and ready to fire up the grills for its tenth edition on Sunday, October 23, 2022, at Xfinity Live, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Over 60 restaurants are ready to battle for burger bragging rights all to help Philadelphia youth. Burger lovers and foodies are all invited to enjoy all-you-can-eat samples of the region's best, most inventive and most unusual burger... Read more →


New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverages Limits Events, Bans Food Trucks at Breweries

Joshua Rainey Photography | Shutterstock.com (The Center Square) – Breweries are upset with regulations imposed on them by the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control through their license renewals, particularly since an expected formal public review process never happened. Craft breweries under limited licenses were never intended to get the same privileges of a consumption venue, such as a sports bar or restaurant under legislative intent, a release from the New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety said when the special ruling was issued in May 2019. But craft breweries began serving beyond what limited licenses allowed. Bars... Read more →


Daniel J. O’Brien of Vermont, age 77 formerly of Fairlawn and Gloucester City

Daniel J. O’Brien, age 77 years of Sandgate, Vermont, formerly of Fairlawn and Gloucester City, New Jersey, passed away on September 7, 2022. He was born on April 12, 1945 and raised in Audubon, New Jersey to the late Robert J. O’Brien and Margaret Mary Cooney O’Brien. Dan is predeceased by his former wife, Elizabeth Batten, and is the devoted father of their children, Danny O’Brien, Jr., David (Diane) O’Brien, and Bernadette (Bill) Yingling. Loving grandfather of Kyle, Sonja, and Cecelia. Dear brother of Robert J. (Cindy) O’Brien, Maureen O’Brien, Mary Ann (Gilbert) Guinoiseau, and the late Margaret O’Brien. A... Read more →


Murphy Administration incorporates climate change into K-12 curriculum standards for NJ public schools

By Molly Byrne | Ballotpedia via The Center Square TRENTON, NJ (September 12, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--New Jersey became the first state to incorporate climate change into K-12 curriculum standards at the start of the 2022-2023 school year. Now that politicians are in the classroom the education of our children is being lost in the political rhetoric- CNBNews The State Board of Education first announced that they would adopt the new curriculum standards in June 2020, after the curriculum changes were initiated by New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy. The updated standards aim “to prepare students to understand how and why climate change... Read more →


Three New Jersey Hospitals and a Birth Center Launch TeamBirth  

To Enhance Patient Experience During Labor and Delivery PRINCETON — September 12, 2022 — Three New Jersey hospitals recently launched TeamBirth NJ, an evidence based, national model for better provider and patient communication, which is also called “shared decision-making.” TeamBirth NJ will enhance birthing experiences and improve outcomes for people giving birth and their babies, the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute (Quality Institute) announced today. The Quality Institute, in partnership with Ariadne Labs, is leading the initiative in New Jersey. The state Department of Health provided funding and is a TeamBirth NJ partner, ensuring that lessons learned will be shared across... Read more →


The Pumpkin Loving Hippos Instagram at Philadelphia Zoo Goes Viral, 171 Million People View It

Philadelphia, PA - It was the crunch heard around the world! A video taken at Philadelphia Zoo has grown to become the biggest Reel in history of Philadelphia - and top ten for most viewed Reel on the Instagram platform in the world since Reels started - and top five for most viewed new Reels in 2022. The video also holds the record for the most viewed and largest video in Philadelphia on the TikTok platform. Influencer Philly Publicist and Aversa PR President/CEO Kory Aversa took the video last year during Boo at the Zoo and it went viral on... Read more →


Multi-Alarm Fire in the 300 Unit Block of Mercer Street

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 12, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Task Force 5 was notified by Camden County Communications on Saturday, September 10, at approximately 10$% AM of a dwelling fire in the 300-unit block of Mercer Street. The Gloucester City Fire Department responded to the call. Upon arrival Battalion 504 reported a three-story multi-family dwelling with heavy smoke coming from the first-floor windows. Battalion 504 was advised that a resident was possibly entrapped in the first-floor apartment. Squad 51 arrived, established a water supply, and deployed a 1.75" attack line. A fire was located in the front bedroom of the first-floor apartment and quickly... Read more →


Bess The Book Bus Coming to Camden City

Tuesday, September 13, 2022. 9 am to 2 pm Amerigroup, in partnership with CAMcare Health Corporation, will host "Bess the Book Bus" at Riletta T. Cream Family School, 1875 Mulford Street Camden, NJ 08104. Bess the Book Bus is a mobile literacy outreach vehicle dedicated to narrowing the academic achievement gap. Dozens of free books will be distributed to residents on a "first come, first-served" basis. "The Bus instills a love of reading in asset-limited communities by supplying high-quality books to children, caregivers, and educators and making the joy of book ownership a reality. Children will receive a book to... Read more →


More states look to legalize sports betting in the wake of New Jersey's success

source : https://images.pexels.com/ Since the Supreme Court overturned a federal ban on sports betting in 2018, more and more states have been looking to legalize it. And New Jersey has been leading the way, with its sports betting industry generating nearly $200 million in revenue in 2019. Now, other states are hoping to replicate New Jersey's success. Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana have all passed laws legalizing sports betting, and more states are expected to follow suit in the coming years. How did New Jersey start the trend of legalizing sports betting? In May of 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court struck... Read more →


Patients with refractory metastatic colorectal cancer experience survival benefits with fruquintinib

Newswise — Researchers from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reported study results showing that the targeted therapy fruquintinib significantly improved overall survival (OS) and progression-free survival (PFS) in patients with refractory metastatic colorectal cancer. Findings from the global FRESCO-2 trial were presented today at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress 2022. The OS was 7.4 months with fruquintinib versus 4.8 months in the placebo arm, while the median PFS was 3.7 months with fruquintinib compared to 1.8 months in the placebo arm. These results represent a statistically significant improvement relative to controls. “Patients with refractory... Read more →


NFL Betting Strategies and Tips for the 2022 Season

The excitement of the NFL season is upon us, as the slate is wiped clean for all 32 of the league’s teams. What happened last year is squarely in the past, and fans can look forward to an exciting campaign full of great plays and surprises. The 2022 season will also provide fans who like to wager on the NFL a new chance to score winnings in their wallet. The best betting sites for NFL, like BetMGM and Caesars, for example, already have listed their latest odds for this season as well as for the Super Bowl. With 18 weeks... Read more →


Daniel O'Brien Beloved GCHS Educator and Friend to Many Dies in Tragic Vermont Auto Accident

UPDATED/CORRECTED GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 11, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Daniel J. O’Brien, from Sandgate, Vermont, died in a single car crash on Wednesday, September 7. According to the Vermont State Police, the accident occurred on the S.E. Corners Road in Sandgate at around 4 PM on Wednesday. Danny O'Brien GCHS Graduation Photo Police say that O’Brien was traveling west when he left the traveling portion of the road, hitting a tree. He was driving a 2011 Nissan Sentra and was wearing a seatbelt. The weather was partly sunny at the time of the accident, and the road conditions were dry and dirt. From... Read more →


CNB TRAFFIC ALERT: RR Crossing Repairs On Parkville Station Road, Detoured for Two Weeks

(WEST DEPTFORD, NJ) – Parkville Station Road will be closed in both directions on Monday, September 12, at 7 a.m. until 7 a.m. Tuesday, September 27, between Kings Highway and Harvest Drive in West Deptford, Gloucester County. Parkville Station road will be closed in both directions for railroad crossing repairs. Access will be maintained for local residents and businesses. Motorists are advised to follow the posted detour. In order to provide safer and smoother railroad crossings, the existing crossing will be replaced with new concrete crossings and asphalt approaches. This federally-funded project is included within NJDOT’s railroad grade-crossing safety program... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Since January Over 170 Officers KIA

Police Officer Christopher Gibson Dallas Police Department, TX EOW: Sunday, January 2, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Deportation Officer William Hayes United States Department of Homeland Security - Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations, US EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Trooper John Sumter Horton North Carolina Highway Patrol, NC EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: Struck by vehicle Deputy Sheriff Bryan Vannatta Curry County Sheriff's Office, NM EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Bart Lane Arnold Enid Police Department, OK EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Jesus "Chuy" Lara... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:Flags at Half Staff???

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist The flag at the Gloucester Township Municipal Building is flying at half-staff (photo by D. Philbin) I admit that I really don't understand royalty. What's with castles and crowns? Palaces and tiaras? And the bowing and curtseying (which I haven't done since the 4th. grade at St. Mary's.) I also admit that being very, very Irish, I have ill feelings against the British Empire, having heard terrible stories of the British colonization of Ireland from my grandparents, aunts and uncles. But the colonization is different from a queen who wasn't born at the time. Thursday,... Read more →


85 Events and Happenings in Philadelphia

FALL FESTS, FOOD FESTS, OKTOBERFESTS Schuylkill River Trail A 30-mile, multi-use path from Philadelphia to Phoenixville... Street Bridge Skyline_C.Smyth 1) Main Line Today Restaurant Week By Main Line Today Monday, August 22 to Sunday, September 4, 2022 Times vary by restaurant Locations more than 35 to pick from https://mainlinetoday.com/restaurant-week/ Main Line Today and Today Media announce the 2022 Main Line Today Fall Restaurant Week, presented by Firstrust Bank, running August 22nd through September 4th, 2022. The 14-day culinary celebration will bring together and showcase the talents of top chefs, restaurants and purveyors in Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester counties. Participating restaurants... Read more →


CNB Fishing News MD: Water Temps Will Change Fish Behavior

Maryland Fishing Report – September 7 Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Hunter Smith caught and released this fine-looking speckled trout recently in Tangier Sound. Photo courtesy Hunter Smith. Cooler air temperatures will start lowering water temperatures this month and fish behavior will begin to change, for the better in most cases. Freshwater fish will become more active during the day, summer migrants to the Chesapeake and coastal bays will begin to feel the urge to move south, and fall migrations of offshore ocean species will begin. Anglers can register now for the Rod and... Read more →


Golden Bears Comeback Win Over California PA

Matt Heffelfinger, Sports Information Director REDSHIRT SENIOR RUNNING BACK DARRYL DAVIS-MCNEIL SCORES FOURTH QUARTER TD, GOES OVER 1,000 CAREER RUSHING YARDS IN VICTORY. KUTZTOWN, Pa. -- Kutztown University took over in the fourth quarter behind touchdowns from Darryl Davis-McNeil (Roslyn, Pa./Abington) and Jerome Kapp (Barto, Pa./Boyertown), and inspired play by the defense to knock off 17th-ranked California (Pa.), 24-19, before more than 3,100 spectators in the 2022 home opener at Andre Reed Stadium Saturday afternoon. The Golden Bears and Vulcans traded touchdowns in the opening 10 minutes, but it wasn't a sign of things to come. Points were hard to... Read more →


Fall Football Specials and Watch Spots in the Philly Area

Liberty Bell Gastropub 1) Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse 1921 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 https://www.cavsrittenhouse.com/ Catch the big game on 22 televisions and an eleven-foot high-resolution big screen wall to cheer on the Birds and your favorite college bowl teams. Philadelphia's iconic sports bar Cavanaugh's is on the move and grand opens in a brand new location this weekend just in time for the start of Eagles and football season. Doors are open and its game-day go time with new buffalo chicken pizza, those famous hot and tangy sweet wings with bourbon in the buffalo sauce, and all your favorite foods. See... Read more →


KIMMEL CULTURAL CAMPUS AND THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA HOST PHILADELPHIA FALL ARTS FEST,  

FREE FESTIVAL-STYLE EVENT FEATURING MORE THAN 50 ARTS ORGANIZATIONS FROM ACROSS THE REGION The public is invited to celebrate Philadelphia’s robust arts and cultural scene, interacting with dozens of regional cultural organizations and enjoying FREE performances and activities Plus, FLASH SALE! $20 tickets on over 100 events when purchased in-person Saturday, September 17, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.     Philadelphia, PA – The Kimmel Cultural Campus celebrates the kickoff of Philadelphia’s robust arts and cultural season with Philadelphia Fall Arts Fest, a day of FREE festival-style performances, the chance to interact with more than 50 arts organizations from across... Read more →


Delaware River Waterfront Fall-Fest Coming

With summer coming to a close, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation has packed in wallet-friendly events and activities to help you make the most of those final weeks of warm weather, plus details for this year’s exciting Fall Fest. PHILADELPHIA (September 9, 2022) – It has been a summer for the books along the Delaware River Waterfront, complete with hundreds of free events and markets, the PECO Multicultural Series, stunning fireworks displays, the introduction of the first ever Philly River Stroll, and the game-changing opening of the new Delaware River Trail, which has literally been the path that connects it... Read more →


CNB News Comics: Wrong Way by Dave Wolfe

Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 1 No.44 (September 11, 2022) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe. (click image to enlarge) See More from Dave Wolfe Read more →


Widener University announces 2022 Apogee Scholars

CHESTER, PA (09/07/2022)-- Widener University was pleased to welcome eight students in the 2022 freshmen class who have enrolled at the university as Apogee Scholars. The fall semester began at Widener on Aug. 22. Apogee Scholars are recognized by the university as possessing significant potential for leadership that elicits positive change. The students were all recipients of Widener High School Leadership Awards, which comes with a $20,000 scholarship, awarded over four years, to attend Widener. As High School Leadership Award recipients, all of the students were nominated by their high schools for their abilities to stand up for what is... Read more →


Rowan Sports Wrap Up: Field Hockey over John Hopkins:

Castagnola, Patrone Score Goals as #3 Rowan Field Hockey Defeats #2 Johns Hopkins, 2-1 BALTIMORE, MD - Second-half goals by Kristiina Castagnola and Julia Patrone propelled #3 Rowan to a 2-1 win over #2 Johns Hopkins in field hockey action this evening. The Profs remain unbeaten at 4-0 after scoring the road victory while handing Johns Hopkins (3-1) its first defeat. The teams were scoreless after one half of play until Castagnola scored just two minutes into the third quarter. Julia Cavicchio sent the ball in after a penalty corner and Castagnola took a rebound of the Profs’ first shot... Read more →


Rowan and Springfield MA Battle To The End

SPRINGFIELD, MA -- Mike Husni connected with John Maldonado for the go-ahead touchdown with 1:02 left and AJ Kirvin added an interception on the next defensive series to help Rowan seal up a big 38-35 win at Springfield Saturday afternoon. Husni finished the day with a career-high five touchdown passes on 21-of-31 passing for 316 yards and an interception. Three of those scores went to Maldonado who also had a personal best with three trips to the end zone along with 115 yards on nine catches. The Profs also got big plays from James Fara and CJ Barrett as well.... Read more →


New Jersey Number 1 Again ...For All The Wrong Reasons

How the Gun Trafficking Problem in New Jersey Compares to the Other States The United States has nearly 121 guns per 100 people, according to the Small Arms Survey, a Swiss-based research project. That figure may be higher today since it was reported in the organization's report published in 2018 and was already an increase from 88 guns per 100 people in 2011. (These are states with the most gun purchases per person.) With so many firearms legally or illegally moving around the country, law enforcement agencies often seek to identify the origin and history of firearms they discover at... Read more →


Gloucester City Residents Have You Seen Apollo?

Apollo- lost in Gloucester City, NJ on Friday, September 8, 2022, at 8 pm- large reward! Blue collar with a bow and no tags- share the word. If found please take Apollo to Gloucester City police department 313 Monmouth Street. source Ring Camera Read more →


Delaware Man Arrested For DUI After Driving Vehicle into Surf on Navy Beach at Cape Henlopen

Delaware Natural Resources Police State Park officers arrested 48-year-old Donald R. Quill Jr. of Newark, Del. on a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) and additional traffic violations Thursday evening after he drove his vehicle into the ocean on Cape Henlopen. CNBNews graphic file At approximately 7:20 p.m., on Sept. 8, officers responded to Cape Henlopen State Park’s Navy Beach following a report of a water rescue in progress. Witnesses called 911 after seeing a vehicle driven into the surf. Bystanders quickly entered the water and helped the driver from the vehicle and onto shore. During the Natural Resources... Read more →


CNBNews College Spot Light: Michael Walton of Gloucester City

Participated in Royal Experience Program SCRANTON, PA (09/07/2022)-- Michael Walton of Gloucester City was among six University of Scranton students who participated in The Royal Experience Summer Internship Program. Students were selected from a competitive pool and received a stipend of up to $4,000 to support their participation in a meaningful unpaid internship during the summer of 2022. The program was started in 2016 through funding by the University's Parents' Executive Council and the donations of alumni and friends of the University. Walton, a senior marketing major was a public relations and marketing intern for The Borgen Project, Tacoma, Washington.... Read more →


John F. Krimmel, age 58 of Gloucester City

John F. Krimmel, age 58 of Gloucester City, passed away on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. John had an insatiable love for cars. Restoring them to beauty and working order was a passion of his own. He loved nothing more than making things that needed work beautiful in his own way. John is survived by his children Nicole Heitman, John Krimmel, and his mother Bobbi Steinberg. The Krimmel family has chosen to share their heartfelt stories privately. #crerancelebration #heartfelt © 2022 Creran Celebration LLC. All Rights Reserved Read more →


Walt Whitman Returns to Laurel Springs

Attention history buffs. The month of October is Camden County History Month. Visit the Historic Whitman Stafford Farm House, 315 East Maple Avenue, Laurel Springs. For free house tours, Tuesday nights, October 4 and October 11. More information below. Read more →


AccuWeather Hurricane Center and Fall Pollen Coming

AccuWeather Hurricane Center – September 8, 2022 – Even though the thermometer is still surpassing the century mark in some parts of the country, department stores have stocked the shelves with fall decorations and coffee shops have brought back their famous pumpkin spice lattes. Millions across the United States are likely hoping for the return to cooler weather and fall activities, but the fall allergy season is one thing many Americans would rather put on pause. As more and more fall festivities kick off, AccuWeather forecasters say fall allergies will be back in full force across some parts of the... Read more →


Route 70 eastbound right lane closure for a traffic shift in Cherry Hill

(Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a right lane closure on Route 70 eastbound tonight in Cherry Hill, Camden County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Friday, September 9, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, September 10, NJDOT’s contractor, R. E. Pierson Construction Co., Inc., is scheduled to close the right lane on Route 70 eastbound between Covered Bridge Road and Frontage Road just before the bridge over the New Jersey Turnpike. The lane closure is necessary to implement a traffic shift. At least two lanes of traffic will be maintained overnight. By 6 a.m. Saturday, the... Read more →


Details About Marshal Islands -Most Popular Destination for Bitcoin

If you're looking to get into Bitcoin trading in the Marshall Islands, then you need to know how to grab knowledge about it. You can invest in bitvestment website to get profit but make proper research before that. Here are some tips: Proper Tips for BTC Trading Look for online resources that can provide you with information on BTC trading in the Marshall Islands. These include blogs, forums, and even social media groups dedicated to the topic. There are also a number of online courses available that can teach you the basics of BTC trading. Many of these are free,... Read more →


Attention Camden County Residents, Town Hall Meeting

U.S. Congressmen Donald Norcross, Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli, Jr., Commissioner Virginia CNBNews graphic file Betteridge, Senator Jim Beach and Council President Pat Gilligan invite you to RSVP and submit questions for the next in-person town hall meeting on September 12th at the Rowan University-School of Osteopathic Medicine Academic Center, One Medical Center Drive, Stratford NJ 08084. Join us for an evening with your elected officials from federal, state, and local levels to discuss topics that are important to you. A service fair and light refreshments will be provided. Vaccine and booster shots will also be available. All in-person Town Halls... Read more →