Rowan Football and Brown & Gold Gridiron Club Deliver over 5000 Cans of Food to Community Food Banks

Rowan football coach Jay Accorsi with Betsy Foster, director of The Shop at Rowan GLASSBORO, NJ (July 8, 2020)--– The Rowan football program teamed up with its Brown & Gold Gridiron Club to deliver over 5,000 cans of food today to two community food banks in Glassboro. Head coach Jay Accorsi delivered the canned items to the Kitchen of Hope at St. Thomas Episcopal Church as well as to The Shop at Rowan. Rowan football alumnus Zaire Pollard organized the food drive, coordinating the donation... Read more →


NJ Makes Changes to Reduce MVC Blacklog

TRENTON (July 9, 2020)--– Acting on a commitment to improve service and reduce long lines at MVC agencies, Governor Phil Murphy and Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton today announced a furlough exemption for MVC agency employees as well as extended expiration dates for licenses and registrations. “After three months of pent up demand, I completely understand the frustration felt by every MVC customer forced to wait in long lines as we reopen agencies,’’ said Governor Murphy. “To ensure that the MVC does not... Read more →


Guest Opinion: NYC and Chicago Mayors Must Go

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how much the mayors of New York City and Chicago have in common: THE WORST! New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot share a similar record on their handling of violence, public health and religious liberty. Both are a disgrace. Over the 4th of July weekend, 19 persons died of COVID-19 in New York City. During that same period, 64 people were shot and 10 were killed. In Chicago,... Read more →


Rancocas Valley Regional HS Teacher Charged for Sexual Relation with Student

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Holly Township Police Chief Richard W. Spitler announced that a Rancocas Valley Regional High School teacher has been charged with having a sexual relationship with a student while she was enrolled at the school. Gary Jiampetti, 43, of Berlin, was charged with Official Misconduct (Second Degree). He was taken into custody this morning at his residence. A first appearance will be scheduled in Superior Court in Mount Holly, and the case will then be prepared for presentation to... Read more →


Economic Impact Payment Card Coming

by Cristina Miranda Consumer Education Specialist, FTC (Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 8, 2020)--Did you get an Economic Impact Payment VISA debit card in the mail from the U.S. Department of the Treasury? If you did, you might get a letter from Treasury this week, reminding you to activate your card. Treasury’s letter gives you instructions on how to activate the card. Once you do that, you can get cash or use it anywhere that accepts VISA debit cards. Or, you can also transfer the money from your EIP... Read more →


Lebanon Valley College #1 in Pennsylvania for Getting a Job

ANNVILLE, PA (07/08/2020) For the third consecutive year, career guidance site Zippia identified Lebanon Valley College as #1 among all colleges and universities in Pennsylvania in its listing of "The Best Colleges in Each State for Getting a Job 2020." LVC's placement rate is 95.63%, which was #5 for all U.S. colleges and universities. Zippia used the U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard to search "for the college in each state with the highest listed job placement numbers ten years after graduation." Zippia noted, "With... Read more →


Dick Vitale here, proud member of the New Jersey Hall of Fame Class of 2015

. I'm excited to share my segment for the Arete Video Series! We're going through some tough times right now, but tough people get through tough times. I wanted to share some of my thoughts on growing up in New Jersey, what it means to be successful, and above all, how to push forward in the face of adversity. Please feel free to share this with your family and friends. Read more →


NJ's Restricts Access at Some Wildlife Management Areas

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Trenton, NJ)(July 8, 2020)--Due to state-mandated employee furloughs, access is restricted on certain sections/facilities at the following Wildlife Management Areas through July 27. All other access remains the same. WMA Specific Area/Facility Assunpink Main Lake Boat Ramp Assunpink Rising Sun Boat Ramp Assunpink Stone Tavern Boat Ramp Assunpink Shotgun and Archery Range Belvidere Boat Launch Belvidere Boat Launch Black River Shotgun Range Clarks Pond Boat Ramp Clinton Shotgun, Archery and Rifle Ranges Colliers Mills Rifle and Archery Ranges Flatbrook Shotgun and Archery Ranges Greenwood Parkers... Read more →


Robert J. Anthony Jr., of Runnemede, 77

Robert W. Anthony, Jr., also known as "Butch", "BB" and "Funky" by those who loved him, passed away on June 28, 2020, of Runnemede, formerly of Barrington. Age 77. There will be a visitation from 12:30pm to 1pm on Saturday, July 18th at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Memorial Service 1pm at the funeral home. Interment is private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Due to the COVID virus, please respect the family's wishes to practice social... Read more →


DAISY Champion Award Presented to Jefferson Health NJ’s Roisin Welsh

Jefferson Health New Jersey Senior Magnet Data Analyst Roisin Welsh, MLS, shown right, was recently presented with the DAISY Champion Award. The DAISY Foundation™ defines a Champion as someone who has worked diligently to make the DAISY Award program meaningful for nurses and successful for an organization. Jefferson Health New Jersey partnered with the DAISY Foundation in 2015 to recognize its nursing staff for its positive impact on patients and families. Since then, more than 70 Jefferson New Jersey nurses have been honored with the... Read more →


NJ Residents Named to McDaniel College Dean's List

WESTMINSTER, MD (07/08/2020)-- McDaniel College announces its Spring 2020 Dean's List, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement, including: Grayson Myers of Medford (08055) with Highest Honors Courtney Rosenstiehl of Turnersville (08012) with Honors Dylan Amos of Sewell (08080) with High Honors Mia Wilson of West Deptford (08096) with Honors Christopher Degeorge of Riverton (08077) with High Honors Hannah Thomson of Pennsauken (08109) with Highest Honors Nicholas Alberto of Cherry Hill (08002) with Honors Madison Whalen of Magnolia (08049) with Honors Angela Dinunzio of... Read more →


NJ Residents Named to University of Alabama Dean's and President's List

TUSCALOOSA, AL (07/07/2020)-- A total of 16,470 students enrolled during the 2020 spring semester at The University of Alabama were named to the Dean's List with an academic record of 3.5 or above or the President's List with an academic record of 4.0 (all A's). The UA Dean's and President's lists recognize full-time undergraduate students. The lists do not apply to graduate students or to undergraduate students who take less than a full course load. Shelby Kott of Brigantine (08203), named to UA Presidents List... Read more →


NJ Sues Dirty Auto Dealers for Air Pollution

Today, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, DEP Commissioner Catherine McCabe and DCA Director Paul Rodriguez announced multiple lawsuits against Manheim Remarketing Inc. and NJ-based auto dealers Murphy’s Motors of Fairview, Fargo Auto Sales & Services of Delran, and Rezzetti Enterprises of Vineland. The lawsuits allege that Manheim Remarketing Inc. and the dealers listed intentionally sold vehicles with emissions control technology that had been tampered with. According to a DEP investigation, Manheim’s two New Jersey auction sites sold or offered for sale at least 214 vehicles that... Read more →


Looking for a Loving Home: Meet Lucky

Meet Lucky! This handsome boy is looking for his loving forever home. Previously in a foster home, we found out that Lucky does not like cats. He can also be selective when it comes to his canine friends. Please no homes with small dogs. Previous Weimaraner experience required for adoption. Interested in adopting Lucky? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org today to fill out an application. More about Lucky Up-to-date with vaccinations Not good with cats Available date: 6/17/2020 Birth date: 12/20/2016 (not exact) Available for Adoption Matawan,... Read more →


Pre-Order Tom Fitton’s New Judicial Watch Book ‘A Republic Under Assault’

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today Judicial Watch President and New York Times bestselling author Tom Fitton’s latest book, “A Republic Under Assault, the Left’s Ongoing Attack on American Freedom” is available for pre-order (https://www.judicialwatchbook.com/). In this explosive new book, New York Times bestselling author and president of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton explains how the Radical Left and the Deep State are trying to destroy the Trump presidency. Tom Fitton’s first two New York Times bestselling books, "The Corruption Chronicles" and "Clean House", exposed the... Read more →


Schedule for the New Jersey Last Dance Tournament

There are 222 teams playing in the New Jersey Last Dance tournament. made up of high school players and recent high school graduates . The tournament teams consist of high school players and recent graduates. The tournament begins July 14 and runs through July 31. The championship game Gloucestercitynews.net files will be played at Arm and Hammer Stadium, Trenton, home of the New York Yankees Class AA affiliate Trenton Thunder United States Specialty Sports Association, a Florida-based governing body, is sanctioning the tournament, which is... Read more →


Deadspin: This is Going Great - Where the MLB Stands with COVID

(Gloucestercitynews.net)"On Friday, MLB triumphantly announced that only 1.2 percent of its first round of COVID tests returned a positive result. That sounds great until you realize that’s 38 whole people — 31 players and 7 staffers. And that’s BEFORE camps even got underway and before every team completes its testing. Let’s check in with baseball and see how things went over the weekend: On Saturday, we learned that four members of the Atlanta Braves tested positive for COVID, including star first baseman Freddie Freeman, who... Read more →


Replace or Repair a Vinyl Window

Decision Whether to Replace or Repair a Vinyl Window (Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 9, 2020)--It only takes a few minutes to figure out whether the home is doing fine or not. Since there are numerous elements and areas to pay attention to, it is necessary for owners to be knowledgeable and careful about what is going on in the home and how they are supposed to respond to them. While every element has its own way of communication, no one has been successful to express the problem just... Read more →


Can You Past The U.S. Citizenship Test ?

100 Civics Questions and Answers with MP3 Audio (English version) The 100 civics (history and government) questions and answers for the naturalization test are listed below. The civics test is an oral test and the USCIS Officer will ask the applicant up to 10 of the 100 civics questions. An applicant must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test. On the naturalization test, some answers may change because of elections or appointments. As you study for... Read more →


How to Organize Children’s Clothes in Drawers

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 9, 2020)--The order in the kid’s wardrobe is a headache for many mothers. It takes a lot of effort and nerves to teach a child to neatly pack things and the result is not always positive. Today, we suggest focusing on another issue — a competent organization of kid’s clothes. So, what can be done to use the closet more conveniently, and to keep order in it? These 7 tips will help you to organize a toddler closet in the best way. 1) Make... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: K9 Thorr Killed in Auto Crash

THORR Henry County Police Department, Georgia End of Watch Thursday, January 9, 2020 HENRY COUNTY, GA.--K9 Thorr was killed when the patrol car he was riding in collided with a tractor-trailer on I-75 near mile marker 206 in Spalding County. His and another officer were on patrol and were making a U-turn in a median turnaround. As they entered back into traffic the patrol car was struck by a tractor-trailer. K9 Thorr was killed as a result of the collision. Both officers and the driver... Read more →


White perch Fishing is in a Summertime Swing Around the Middle Bay, Look Near Shoreline Rocks, Cast Small Spinners

Maryland Fishing Report – July 8 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources This is a marvelous time of year to enjoy Maryland’s outdoors, and recreational crabbing is just one way to get onto the quiet tidal creeks and rivers of the Chesapeake Bay. Fishing the Chesapeake Bay is a time-honored tradition. While anglers often set their sights on striped bass there are several other species which provide just as much if not more excitement. Join the Maryland Department of Natural Resources July 9... Read more →


Camden County Prosecutors Office Ask Court to Terminate Man's Parole

Camden City, N.J. (July 8, 2020)– The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a Consent Order, jointly with the ACLU, to allow for the reduction of a Newark man’s parole after more than two decades served, according to Acting Camden County Gloucestercitynews.net files Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. In July of 1995, Marshall Rountree, now 47, of Newark, pleaded guilty to charges of Aggravated Assault and Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose after he robbed a woman at gunpoint in her Voorhees apartment building’s... Read more →


NJ Files Lawsuit Against Nation’s Largest Auto Auction Company For Selling Tampered, Super-Polluting Vehicles

View Complaint | Notices of Violation Video from Attorney General Grewal Video from DEP Assistant Commissioner Dragon View Photo Collection TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe and Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Director Paul R. Rodriguez today announced multiple legal actions to protect the public from the sale of tampered vehicles that release excessive amounts of air pollution. To protect the environment and public health, automobile manufacturers are required to reduce pollution from vehicles by... Read more →


A Message from Congressman Norcross

Over the past couple weeks, we have continued the fight against COVID-19, while proceeding with caution as we safely reopen our state based on science and data. While the battle against this pandemic is still far from over, I am confident we will get through this unprecedented crisis, if we continue to work together. As a member of the House Committee on Education and Labor, I am committed to ensuring that all students get the best education they can, despite the challenges we’ll continue to... Read more →