Delaware's Allocates Additonal Days of Hunting

Waterfowl and Antlerless Deer Hunting Seasons, Numerous Trapping Seasons Included Delaware waterfowl hunters are gearing up for the state’s third duck hunting season segment, which runs from Friday, Dec. 10 through Monday, Jan. 31, 2022, and the second Canada goose hunting season segment, which runs from Friday, Dec. 24 through Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Additional hunting seasons to include the special antlerless deer season open in December, as well as the opening of numerous trapping seasons. A dad and his son enjoying a day of hunting...CNBNews graphic files Deer... Read more →


Murphy and NJ Legislators Agree to Spend $700 Million of Your Money on Economic Growth and Public Health

image courtesy of https://www.huffpost.com/ IT IS YOUR MONEY: The above image is $100 million dollars...$100,000,000 - Plenty to go around for everyone. $100M Fits nicely on an ISO / Military standard-sized pallet. The couch is made from $46.7 million of crispy $100 bills. Edwin J. Torres / NJ Governor’s Office (The Center Square) – Gov. Phil Murphy and legislative leaders agreed to allocate nearly $700 million for initiatives they say will help “stimulate economic growth and improve public health.” The funding includes $435 million from the New Jersey Debt Defeasance and Prevention Fund and $262.6 million from the American Rescue... Read more →


Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay Explains the dangers of colder water temperatures (video)

PHILADELPHIA — As temperatures drop along the mid-Atlantic coast, the Coast Guard urges all boaters to prepare for the water temperature, rather than the air temperature. Hypothermia occurs as your body temperature falls below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The average water temp along the mid-Atlantic during the winter months is 53 degrees Fahrenheit, which can cause unconsciousness in about an hour with an estimated survivability between one and six hours. A Coast Guard spokesperson will be available speak to the following topics: Dress for the water, not the weather. Warmer days during late fall, winter, and spring can deceive boaters into... Read more →


Atlantic City has One the Highest Murder Rates in the United States

There were 21,570 murders nationwide in 2020, up nearly 30% from the previous year -- the largest annual increase on record. Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square The rash of deadly violence came during a tumultuous year in American history. The COVID-19 pandemic led to school closures and left millions of Americans out of work. The murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer rattled confidence in American law enforcement and sparked nationwide protests. Firearm sales soared, resulting in the proliferation of tens of millions of new guns. Here is a look at the states where... Read more →


22-Year-Old Philadelphia Man Shot and Killed; Police Searching for Suspect Latif Williams

22nd District-Homicide by Shooting Update On Sunday, November 28, 2021, at approximately 1:32 P.M., Police responded to an E-911 call for a person with a gun on the 22XX block of North Park Avenue. A 21-year-old white male suffered gunshot wounds to the chest and back. Police transported the victim to Temple University Hospital where he was pronounced at 1:57 P.M. The victim was identified as Samuel Collington of the 2200 unit block of North Park Avenue. The scene was held, no arrest and no weapon recovered. The investigation is active and ongoing with Homicide Detectives Anyone with information on... Read more →


A&I Electric a NJ Solar Panel Contractor Fined $370,418 for Not Paying Prevailing Wage

Solar panels on roof of house in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Michael Moloney/Shutterstock T.A. DeFeo / The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has cited a Camden County solar panel contractor for various violations, including not paying the prevailing wage on a public works project. As part of an investigation, the state leveled a $370,418 assessment against A&I Electrical Construction for the unpaid wages, penalties, and fees. The company paid the assessment in full and agreed not to perform prevailing wage work for at least five months. The... Read more →


Study of Suicide Attempts Confirms Genetic Underpinnings Are Not Driven

by Underlying Psychiatric Disorders Niamh Mullins, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Level of association of more than 7.5 million common genetic variants with suicide attempt, before and after adjusting for psychiatric disorders. Genetic variants above the gray line pass the statistical significance level. UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 at 8:00AM EST Newswise — New York, NY (November 29, 2021) In the largest genetic study of suicide attempts to date, researchers have identified a region of the genome on chromosome 7 containing DNA variations that increase the risk that a person will attempt... Read more →


REVOLUTIONARY WAR REENACTMENT RETURNS TO HADDONFIELD IN JUNE 2022

The Skirmish Brings South Jersey’s Colonial History to Life in Day-Long Event photos courtesy of Phillip Zoebisch Haddonfield, NJ (November 30, 2021) – After a two-year hiatus, Haddonfield’s popular revolutionary war reenactment will return in June 2022. The Skirmish brings history books to life with a day of Revolutionary War soldiers, horses, clashes between colonists and redcoats, family-friendly programming, music, and important moments from South Jersey and Haddonfield’s history in the founding of the U.S. On Saturday, June 4, 2022, the British will invade Haddonfield and be challenged by Continental troops, just as they did 244 years ago -- in... Read more →


Veterans Mixed Income Community Opens in Tinton Falls

AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE Mixed-Income Community for Veterans Opens in New Jersey The development by WinnCompanies and Soldier On provides 70 homes. TINTON FALLS, NJ--After 14 months of construction, a 70-unit apartment community is about to welcome military veterans, including those transitioning from homelessness, in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. The development is one of the first private veterans’ communities in the U.S. to offer rental housing to former service members at a range of incomes along with comprehensive services, including a program to help move veterans toward homeownership, announced WinnCompanies. Federal, state, county, and local officials recently gathered at the Gordon... Read more →


CNB TRAVEL NEWS: Hotel group says thank you to its team with long service awards

A HOTEL group has recognized the dedication and commitment of its longest-serving employees with a celebration at one of its landmark venues. Lake District Hotels marked the achievements of 37 staff members who have been with the company for 10 years or more, with a combined total of 664 years of service. They were treated to a Christmas afternoon tea at the Lodore Falls Hotel & Spa by Derwentwater, one of six Lake District hotels run by the group. Staff from all front-of-house departments attended the event, which was the first time the group had held a long service awards... Read more →


Yury I. Kruty Named Special Agent in Charge for IRS- Criminal Investigation in Pennsylvania/Delawar

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Yury I. Kruty has been selected as the new Special Agent in Charge for IRS- Criminal Investigation (CI) in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He is one of 21 Special Agents in Charge across the country, each responsible for a specific field office. Prior to his selection as the Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Kruty worked for two years in the New York Field Office as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge. In this position, Mr. Kruty oversaw four groups of special agents in the Long Island, New York area. He also oversaw the Use of Force Program for... Read more →


Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer Retiring effective Dec. 1

Camden City, N.J. – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer has announced she is retiring effective December 1, 2021. Mayer was sworn in as Acting Prosecutor on October 1st, 2019. She immediately set out to strengthen the relationship between the CCPO and the community by creating the position of Community Engagement Coordinator. “She saw the value in having the community view the office as a partner in safeguarding liberty and justice, and sought to break down the unwarranted stereotype that a prosecutor’s office is a faceless entity that exists only to imprison others,” said Acting First Assistant Prosecutor Mary... Read more →


Samaritan Hosts Virtual Tree of Life Ceremony

to Remember and Honor Loved Ones This Holiday Season Mount Laurel, N.J. – Samaritan invites community members to take part in its annual Tree of Life: Season of Lightillumination program, a time to remember, recognize, and honor loved ones who are no longer with them in this physical world. The program will be held virtually and is available for viewing starting Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 7 p.m. on Samaritan’s website: SamaritanNJ.org/Tree. The program will remain up through December 2022 for multiple viewing and sharing. As part of the program, individuals are invited to dedicate a symbolic light in memory... Read more →


The Meaning Behind The Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death Speech

The now-famous ‘Give me liberty, or give me death speech was made by Patrick Henry, a delegate to Continental Congress. It went on to inspire not only many people during the time of the revolutionary war but even during more modern times. The motto even made its way onto various symbols and icons, such as the Gadsden flag. For anyone that is interested in purchasing one of these or any other flags that were inspired from that time in America’s history, then visit https://ultimateflags.com/collections/liberty-or-death-flag/. Talking about freedom Patrick Henry’s speech began by addressing the then President of the Continental Congress.... Read more →


Dr. David P. May Named New Chief Quality & Safety Officer at Jefferson Health – New Jersey

David P. May, MD, MBA, FACS, has been appointed Vice President and Chief Quality & Safety Officer at Jefferson Health – New Jersey. In this role, Dr. May will lead the New Jersey division of Jefferson Health — made up of three acute care hospitals and numerous outpatient facilities — in its goal of delivering consistent, high value, coordinated care and standard-setting patient outcomes across the continuum of care. Dr. May will also be responsible for overseeing quality, patient safety, infection control, clinical risk management, patient experience and outcomes and managing Jefferson’s leading enterprise safety management sytem, OnPoint. He joins... Read more →


Make the Holiday Season Bright, Donate Energy Assistance Programs This Giving Tuesday

Energy assistance programs help local families and individuals who continue to experience financial impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Nov. 29, 2021) – This Giving Tuesday, Atlantic City Electric is offering opportunities to give back locally through the Good Neighbor Energy Fund and Gift of Energy programs. The holiday season can be difficult for many as they continue to face financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic, experience challenges meeting their basic needs, and may be separated from loved ones. These Atlantic City Electric programs provide meaningful support for South Jersey families and individuals who need support paying... Read more →


Gloucester Township Awarded Neighborhood Preservation Grant

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ– Gloucester Township has been awarded a 5-year designation, including an initial $125,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP). Pending annual State budget capacity, the Arts District in Downtown Blackwood is anticipated to receive up to $125,000 a year for a total of five years to assist with economic and community development. In addition to funding, the State’s NPP Team of place-based revitalization experts will provide a robust array of technical assistance and training to guide and empower this local effort. The focus will be on revitalizing the Downtown Blackwood section... Read more →


Kevin Taylor of Maryland, GHS Alumnus, MHS Lift Manager, Youth Coach in Wes

Kevin W. Taylor, age 65, of Elkton, MD, formerly of Gloucester City, NJ, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 with his loving family by his side. Born in Camden, NJ, Kevin was the son of the late Evan and Rosina (Gordon) Taylor. He was a graduate of Gloucester High School Class of 1974 and went on to complete trade school. Before retiring, Kevin worked at MHS Lift Inc. in Brooklawn, NJ and Seaford, DE for over 35 years. He began as a technician and rose through the ranks as a service manager and technical trainer before becoming the... Read more →


Samaritan’s 2021 Giving Thanks Preserving Memories

Annual Thanksgiving Meal Delivery Provided 300 Meals to Local Hospice Families Mount Laurel, NJ – Samaritan donors and volunteers continued their yearly tradition of giving in 2021, hosting their 21stannual Thanksgiving meal delivery, Giving Thanks Preserving Memories on Saturday, November 20. This year, Samaritan was able to supply 300 meals to 75 hospice families throughout the local community. Giving Thanks Preserving Memories is an annual event that provides families with the gift of spending time together and preserving memories instead of preparing and cooking on what could be their last holiday together. To help ensure the health and safety of... Read more →


*Events and Entertainment in Gloucester City Dec. 1-9

Steve Cofield and Sweet at Time Out II at O’Donnell’s 401 North Broadway Wednesday, December 1 from 7 pm to 10 pm +++++ Fuzzy Side Up TIME OUT II DEBUT at O'Donnell's Friday, December 3 401 N Broadway, Gloucester City ++++++ RUMMAGE SALE December 4, Saturday 10-2 Faith , Friends,Food Our Mission is to Honor God and Serve Our Neighbors Join us for an afternoon with members of our congregation. Shop for yourself or that special someone for Christmas. Grab a bite to eat and take home a bake good at prices you’ve seen back in the day. +++++ Saint... Read more →


SCOTUS ABORTION CASE TRIGGERS ACTIVISTS

Bill Donohue | The Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the upcoming Supreme Court case that will decide whether the Mississippi abortion law is constitutional: On December 1, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the most important abortion case ever brought since Roe v. Wade; indeed, it could overturn Roe. The case involves a Mississippi law that would ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. A decision is not expected until June 2022. One thing is for sure: there will be plenty of pro-life and pro-abortion protesters outside the Supreme Court. The way protesters... Read more →


George J. Reilly, of North Wildwood/Runnemede.

George J. Reilly, on November 26, 2021, of North Wildwood, formerly of Runnemede. Age 74. Son of the late George and Margaret "Peggy" Reilly. Beloved husband of Elaine for 52 years. Loving father of Colleen (the late Michael) Mosco and Christine (Steven) Schmidt. Devoted grandfather to Luca Mosco, Steven and Veronica Schmidt. Dear brother of Daniel (Edie) Reilly. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. George proudly served in the US Navy. After his service to his Country, he worked as a manager of a successful supermarket chain. George also worked as a ground's coordinator for the Black Horse Pike... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story: To Vax or Not to Vax (V)

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor Part II Our federal administration is not making out very well in court but this decision was predictable. Today Federal District Judge Mathew Schelp overruled the federal rule that all health care workers in facilities which accept Medicare and Medicaid (basically all) must be vaccinated. courtesy of unsplash.comvaccinated. A year ago these health care workers were our heroes; this year they are losing their jobs. The same is true of most first responders. In many, if not most of these cases the workers aren't against the vaccine but don't want the government dictating what chemicals... Read more →


Geraldine "Gerry" McAdams (nee Stringman); Former Teacher with Runnemede School Systeem

Geraldine "Gerry" McAdams (nee Stringman), on November 27, 2021, of Runnemede. Age 89. Beloved wife of the late George McAdams. Devoted mother of Rob McAdams, Judy Fleming (Miles), and Jane McAdams. Loving Mom Mom of Jillian Fleming and Jessie Schulman and great grandmom of Amelia Dickenson. Dear sister of the late Judith Teasdale. Cherished aunt of Jim Teasdale (Mary Jane) and David Teasdale. Gerry retired as a 5th grade teacher after many years with Runnemede School System. There will be a viewing from 10am to 11am Friday at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 11am at the funeral home. Interment... Read more →