Rutgers University–Camden Receives $233,066 for Climate Change Research

CHERRY HILL, NJ – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced today that Rutgers University–Camden will receive $233,066 in federal funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for research into the effects of climate change on ecological diversity. Gloucestercitynews.net files “Climate change is a serious threat to our communities, with devastating consequences... Read more →


Bob Waterson of Bellmawr; Air Force Veteran, Mt. Laurel MUA Employee, Auto Detailer

Bob Waterson Robert “Bob” Waterson, age 80, from Bellmawr NJ, passed away peacefully at his home in Bellmawr on Monday, January 25, 2021. He is survived by his dear friend and former spouse Frances Waterson. Beloved father to Robert Waterson (Dawn), Darlene Sokoloff (Shanon), and Donna Conte (Brian). Cherished Grandpop to... Read more →


Camden City Seniors Receive First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

CAMDEN CITY,NJ--Camden City seniors received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at First Nazarene Baptist Church on Thursday morning. The vaccinations came via a partnership between Project H.O.P.E., the Board of County Commissioners, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, and the City of Camden. “The city has faced enormous challenges over the course... Read more →


Home Country: Bachelor Windy Wilson and Widow Mamie Dilworth

by Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor “Windy, my man,” said Doc, “how are you and the widow getting along?” “She’s been sorta creepitatin’ up on my blind side, Doc,” Windy said. “Which side is that, Windy?” “Very humoristic, Dud. Ha. Ha.” We had all been watching, as closely as we could,... Read more →


Importance Of Money Management When Gambling

Without any doubt, gambling is a great way to spend time. It is fun, vivid, and entertaining. And for some people, it may be even financially rewarding. Unfortunately, too many players continue to lose money just because they concentrate on the games and rules, and not on financial literacy. Did you... Read more →


Things to know before you start a retail store

The retail vertical has been evolving steadily! Previously, this industry was all about mortar and brick stores. Today, the concept of online retail stores is becoming familiar, and people are shopping online. The popular eCommerce websites are the best instances of online retailers. However, the brick and mortar retail stores function... Read more →


Where to Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccination in Camden County

COVID-19 Response Health Care Workers who currently fall into Category 1A in the Camden County vaccine rollout who are not associated with a hospital system can now get vaccinated at one of these seven locations in Camden County. CAMCare Health Corporation, 817 Federal Street, Camden CAMCare Health Corporation, 121 White Horse... Read more →


NJ Dept. of Health Expands Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccine

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Beginning today, Jan. 14, the New Jersey Department of Health has expanded the population eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at sites throughout the state. These groups can start making vaccination appointments immediately at the county’s newly opened vaccination center in Blackwood as well as at other vaccination... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Bipartisan Group Introduce Legislation to Expand Apprenticeships

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) joined House Committee on Education and Labor Chairman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (VA-03) and a bipartisan group of colleagues in unveiling a proposed reauthorization of the National Apprenticeship Act that would create nearly one million new Registered Apprenticeship, youth apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship... Read more →


Anna Marie "Ann" Sturgis, Star Basketball Player for Gloucester Catholic and Lady Goldtrotters

Cherry Hill – Formerly of Gloucester City and Myerstown, PA. On January 21, 2021. Age 77. Loving daughter of the late George H. Sturgis, Sr. and Marie Anna Sturgis (nee McCully). Cherished sister of Harry J. Sturgis, Sr. and many devoted nieces and nephews. Survived by her best friend, Dorothy S.... Read more →


Paterson, Cherry Hill, Trenton, Camden MVC Closed

TRENTON – The Paterson Regional/Licensing Center, Cherry Hill Vehicle Center, Trenton Regional/Vehicle Center, and Camden Licensing Center have been closed due to a single employee testing positive for COVID-19 at each location. The Paterson, Trenton, and Camden Centers will reopen Friday, Feb. 5. At each of these three locations, the single... Read more →


Guest Opinion: I Share Your Plea For Peace

Greetings my friend, It has been some time since we last corresponded. I write to share your plea for peace expressed in your editorial – the Hatred and Ruthlessness Must Stop. The decades of fermenting suspicion, isolation, mistrust, and division - by media and political organizations alike - has boiled over,... Read more →


ROWAN UNIVERSITY SPORTS: From Runner To Runway, Meet Rowan's Kevin Lauer

Kevin Lauer is a cross country/track runner at Rowan University by Joe Nicolo '22 GLASSBORO, NJ - Kevin Lauer is a cross country/track runner at Rowan University and he has quite an interesting resume. He is majoring in Elementary Education and flying past his competition on the track. Along with his... Read more →


$1 million in FY 2021 Bikeway grants

(Trenton) – The Murphy Administration today announced five Bikeway Grants totaling $1 million to help advance local Bikeway projects in four counties – Atlantic, Burlington, Hudson, and Ocean counties. “Transportation infrastructure is more than just roads and bridges. Investing in bikeways encourages people to consider alternate forms of public transportation,” NJDOT... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Media Blackout Of Nazi-Like Event

January 25, 2021 by Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on what happened at a pro-life Mass on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade: In the 1930s, Nazis routinely invaded religious services at synagogues. There have been many copycat events in the United States since that... Read more →


NJ News Commons: VACCINE HOTLINE LIVE, BUT SHORTAGES HAMPER EFFORTS

The state's vaccine hotline went live yesterday, but the call center is already flooded with interest. Over 60,000 people have called in already — but only a small fraction have been able to set up appointments. Plus, the sites are already experiencing vaccine shortages. So far there hasn't been universal follow-through... Read more →


Eugene Wayne Fort, of Laurel Springs, 64

On January 16, 2021. Age 64. Of Laurel Springs. Beloved son of the late Randolph and Bernice Fort (nee Holmes). Survived by many loving caregivers and his church family at Solid Rock Baptist Church in Berlin, as well as 5 brothers and 2 sisters. Eugene was a fan of Philadelphia Phillies... Read more →


KAISER HEALTH NETWORK: Police Often Break Own Rules Using ‘Rubber Bullets’

Fractured Skulls, Lost Eyes: By Liz Szabo and Jay Hancock and Kevin McCoy, USA TODAY and Donovan Slack, USA TODAY and Dennis Wagner, USA TODAY Megan Matthews thought she was dying. “I thought my head was blown off,” said Matthews, 22, who was hit in the eye with a sponge-tipped projectile... Read more →


New Jersey Prepares for 2021 Election; Will It Be Mail-In Ballots? Or Vote in Person?

GENESIS OBANDO | JANUARY 22, 2021 | NJ DECIDES 2021, POLITICS A little housekeeping wouldn’t hurt to ensure your personal voting process will be shipshape Credit: Both photos: (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) File photos: It’s yet to be decided whether New Jersey voters will cast their ballots in 2021 in person or... Read more →


Philadelphia Diocese Launches Catholic Charities Appeal

Monday morning at a news conference, Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez launched the 2021 Catholic Charities Appeal (CCA), the Archdiocese of Philadelphia's single largest and most important annual fundraising initiative. It benefits hundreds of thousands of people through countless organizations and ministries in the Archdiocese. This year’s fundraising goal is $12.5 million... Read more →


Dixie Cups Manufacturer Leaving Pennsylvania for Kentucky

By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The manufacturer of Dixie brand cups has announced plans to consolidate manufacturing operations to a single site located in Kentucky and close down a plant in Pennsylvania. Georgia-Pacific announced earlier this month that it would expand its Lexington to accommodate... Read more →


DNREC Updates A-Street Ditch PCB Cleanup Pilot Project

A new report prepared for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control indicates that the innovative technology being tested in Wilmington’s A-Street Ditch cleanup pilot project continues to show promise. The report summarizes data collected one year after biologically-enhanced carbon pellets were applied to sediments in the ditch to... Read more →


Florida Lottery Player Wins $1,000 a Week for Life

TRENTON (Jan. 25, 2021) – One Florida Lottery CASH4LIFE ticket matched the five white balls drawn for the Sunday, January 24, drawing winning the $1,000 a week for life second prize. In addition, 9,168 players won $45,390 in cash prizes ranging from $2 to $500 with 2,205 of those tickets doubling... Read more →


Gloucester Township Energy Aggregation Public Information Session

Gloucester Township is once again pleased to announce the relaunch of its Energy Aggregation Program (EAP), or as it is officially known in the state of New Jersey, Government Energy Aggregation (GEA), available this time to Residential Atlantic City Electric account holders only, beginning in March 2021. The primary goals of... Read more →