What makes San Diego a tech hub for companies?

Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 25, 2020)--San Diego is among the country’s top tech hubs for companies. Its burgeoning tech scene has deep roots in data and analytics. Tech giants are building offices and creating tech jobs. In this article, we’ll discuss what makes San Diego a tech hub for companies. What was it like... Read more →


Officer Down: K9 ATLAS Dies from Smoke Inhalation

ATLAS Scotts Valley Police Department, California End of Watch Friday, August 21, 2020 Scotts Valley, California--K9 Atlas, age 6, died from complications of smoke inhalation during the CZU Lightning Complex Fire. Atlas and his handler had to be evacuated from the area on two occasions and were exposed to smoke and... Read more →


Health & Safety Guidance for Halloween Celebration

To help ensure a safe Halloween for all New Jerseyans, the Department of Health has released health and safety guidance for local officials, schools, organizations, and families. The Department of Health strongly encourages everyone to wear a face covering that covers both the nose and mouth. Costume masks do not count... Read more →


To Beat The Spotted Lantern Fly You Must Destroy Their Egg Masses

(Cherry Hill, NJ) – Egg-laying season for the Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), an extremely invasive, crop-eating insect which recently arrived in New Jersey, typically begins during October. Because the SLF are known to destroy fruit trees, grapevines, and other agricultural crops, we need the public’s help identifying and destroying SLF eggs in... Read more →


Dante Robinson, 25, of Clayton, Found Guilty, Sentenced to 35.5 Years

Camden City, N.J. – A Clayton man was sentenced to 35 ½ years in prison with 27 years of parole ineligibility for his role in a 2017 home invasion, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. Gloucestercitynews.net files Dante Robinson, 25, of Clayton, was found guilty in Oct. 2019... Read more →


The Impact of Kratom Research in Gloucester City

Kratom, an herbal supplement made from the leaves of the mitragyna speciosa tree, has only been popular in the West for a few decades. In Gloucester City and elsewhere in New Jersey, most people hadn’t even heard of it until the past few years. Even Western scientists are only in the... Read more →


Pine Hill Police Department Reminds Residents the Hours for Halloween Trick or Treating

The Pine Hill Police Department would like to remind residents that curfew will be earlier on October 28 thru October 31 due to Halloween. Curfew will be 8:00 PM – 6:00AM October 28th – 31st for anyone under the age of 18 that is not accompanied by a parent, guardian or... Read more →


Louis F. "Sonny" Cassello

Age 85, October 20, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Marian (nee LoBiando). Devoted father of Louise (Eddie) Colletta and Anthony (Debbie) Cassello. Loving grandfather of Christopher, Dana, Gianna and Kristin; great grandfather of Louis. Dear brother of Gaeton (Jennie) Cassello and the late Frank "Keeg" (the late Phyllis) Cassello; also... Read more →


Pennsauken 9/11 Virtual Heroes Run until Nov. 1

Participate in the 9/11 Heroes Run Until November 1st The Pennsauken 9/11 Heroes Run looks very different this year, but our mission is unchanged. To participate virtually simply means you will run, walk, or ruck whenever and wherever you choose. The Virtual Pennsauken #911HeroesRun is not a competitive event. No uploading... Read more →


Helen Brown, of Brooklawn, age 89; Enjoyed Trips to Wildwood, to Lobster House, GHS Alumnus

Brooklawn - On October 20, 2020. Age 89. (nee Barr). Born in Vineland, NJ she was the daughter of the late Robert C. And Sarah (Weller) Barr. Loving mother of Harry C. Brown (Carolyn), Robert J. Brown (Michele), Karen A. Clayton Gloucestercitynews.net files (Joseph) and Philip C. Brown (Gabriella). Cherished grandmother... Read more →


Camden County Cares Small Business Grant Funds Available

Camden County has received funds from the Trump Administration Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to assist struggling businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Camden County Freeholders Board know that merchants on Main Street are hurting and it is imperative to make every effort to get them additional financial... Read more →


TAX AND SPEND: New Jersey Employers Facing $1 BILLION HIKE in Payroll Taxes

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square)(October 23, 2020)-- – The New Jersey Assembly Labor Committee advanced a bill that would slow down the imposition of an estimated $1 billion payroll tax increase on New Jersey businesses. Unemployment taxes in the state are determined by tiers based on... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: The Art of (stopping) Noise

Dawn O Watson/CNBnews Contributor Dogs bark for many reasons—because they are excited, anxious, or feel the need to warn. However, some dogs bark for no reason at all. It’s frustrating when Fido is constantly barking and shouting over the noise does nothing to calm him. What can you do to correct... Read more →


CBD Oil May Reduce Frequency and Severity of Epileptic Seizures

According to UAB Findings Newswise — BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Cannabidiol oil, also known as CBD oil, reduces the frequency and severity of seizures in children and adults with severe, intractable epilepsy, according to findings presented by researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham at the American Epilepsy Society 70th Annual... Read more →


11 NJMVC Centers Shifting to Appointments Only

Out-of-State Transfers, Registration/Title Transfers Now Available by Appointment at NJMVC.gov TRENTON – Starting November 2, some New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Centers will no longer allow walk-ins, shifting to an appointment-only system. At other centers, additional transactions will be available by appointment. At all MVC Licensing Centers, out-of-state transfers will now... Read more →


Rutgers Researchers Finds New Way to Personalize Treatments for Prostate Cancer

Newswise — Rutgers researchers have discovered human gene markers that work together to cause metastatic prostate cancer – cancer that spreads beyond the prostate. The study, published in the journal Nature Cancer, explored prostate cancer cells from people and mice and found a wide collaboration among 16 genes that leads to... Read more →


EPA Provides morel Time for Public Review of Proposed Cleanup Plan for Newark

to Address Soil and Groundwater Contamination at the Riverside Industrial Park Superfund Site in Newark, New Jersey NEWARK, N.J. (October 19, 2020) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended the public comment period a third time to November 20, 2020 on its proposed cleanup plan for the Riverside Industrial... Read more →


Pine Hill Police Dept. Partake in the DEA Operation Take Back New Jersey Today

Pine Hill Police Administration Building Saturday, October 24, 2020 10:00am – 2:00pm The Pine Hill Police Department will be participating in the DEA Operation Take Back New Jersey on Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 10:00am until 2:00pm and will follow all current COVID-19 guidelines and regulations to ensure a safe, secure... Read more →


Trenton's Plan to Tax Financial Transactions, One More Blow To The Business Community

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Business leaders say a proposed tax on financial transactions will likely “backfire” and urged lawmakers to reconsider the legislation. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files The bill sponsored by Assemblyman John McKeon would impose a tax of one-hundredth of a penny – a... Read more →


HAPPENING TODAY! (Saturday)-National Take Back Initiative,

The Gloucester Township Police and The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), New Jersey Division, would like to invite you to participate in our 19th National Take Back Initiative, to be held on Saturday, October 24, 2020! Please take the time to collect all of your unwanted prescription drugs from medicine cabinets, kitchen... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: How to Help Local Wildlife

How You Can Help Want to help local wildlife, but don’t know how? Below are some opportunities that may be of interest. Volunteer! We always have a need for volunteers to assist with outreach events, to help with office activities, and to help with field work. For more information, please contact... Read more →


8th Grade Students Partner with The Helmet Initiative at Triple 8

PITTSGROVE NJ--Evan Rosser of Pittsgrove, NJ passed away suddenly on June 26, 2009, from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident. Evan, aged 16 at the time, was soon to be a Sophomore at Arthur P. Schalick High School in Pittsgrove. Ten years later, his sisters Jacquelyn Campbell of Bridgeton and Elyse... Read more →


Rutgers Pediatricians Sound Alarm on Decreased Flu Vaccinations, Immunizations

Newswise — A recent health survey reveals that only two-thirds of parents say they'll vaccinate their children against the flu this year, raising concerns among pediatricians as the flu season begins, some schools re-open for in-person learning and COVID-19 cases spike. Two Rutgers New Jersey Medical School pediatricians, Joseph Schwab, an... Read more →


Lions take Homecoming 42 - 0

(CNBNews)-GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--The Pitman Panthers entered J.A. Lynch Stadium in front of a pandemic Homecoming crowd of around 500 fans. The local Lions weren't very hospitable to the visiting Pitman Panthers scoring 35 first-half points and invoking the running clock rule to start the second half. Early scoring by the Lions... Read more →