Emerson University Poll: New Jersey Generational Divide Between Biden and Sanders On Display

January 20, 2020, A new Emerson College Poll looks to the end of the nomination process, the June 2 New Jersey primary. At this point, former Vice President Joe Biden leads the state with 28% of the vote, followed by Senator Bernie Sanders at 25%, Senator Elizabeth Warren at 15%, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 9% and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang tied for 5th at 6% each. The data was collected January 16-19, 2020, mix mode, n=388, +/-4.9%. Spencer Kimball, Director of... Read more →


Philadelphia Police Seek Help in Identifying Suspects who Beat and Robbed Teen (Video)

Robbery 300 E Rockland St PHILADELPHIA PA (January 21, 2020)--The Philadelphia Police released the following video showing a youth walking home from school being attacked by four suspects. According to police on January 10, 2020, at 3:30 pm, the victim, a 14 year-old male, was walking home from school when an unknown male asked for the time. The suspect along with three other unknown males began to punch the complainant knocking him to the ground and kicking him. While being attacked the victim's black in... Read more →


$46 MILLION AWARDED TO NEW JERSEY LOCAL HOMELESS PROGRAMS

Funding supports thousands of local homeless housing and service programs WASHINGTON – U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson today announced nearly $2.2 billion in grants to support thousands of local homeless assistance programs across the nation. HUD’s Continuum of Care grants will provide critically needed support to approximately 6,593 local programs on the front lines, serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness. This is the first of two announcements of Continuum of Care awards. View a complete list of all the... Read more →


Hawaii: Gun Control Measures Introduced With More on the Way

SOURCE: NRA-ILA The Hawaii Legislature opened on Wednesday and an onslaught of bills targeting your Second Amendment Rights have been introduced. Below, find a brief description of the more significant anti-gun bills that were introduced this week. House Bill 1599, House Bill 1734, and Senate Bill 2152 would change the permitting system for the purchase of rifles and shotguns (long guns) to match the procedure currently in place for handgun purchases. This would require an individual to obtain a permit from the police each and... Read more →


*ATTENTION GHS ALUMNUS CLASS OF 1965

Gloucestercitynews.net--GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--The Gloucester City High School Class of 1965 is preparing for their 55th class reunion in 2020, and is asking for help in locating any contact information for the following classmates. If you have any information about any of these folks that you could share please contact Frank Carrick at fcarrick@comcast.net or (856) 693-0758. image courtesy of Pinterest Read more →


New York Authorities Release Dangerous Fugitives; Have You Seen Them?

New York, NY (January 20, 2020)--Today, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued a list of nine 'fugitive' illegal immigrants they say have been 'released in New York communities' as part of the controversial city sanctuary policy. ICE also named six more who may also be freed, whose charges include murder and child rape, despite their deportation requests. 'Dangerous criminals are being released every single day in New York", said Henry Lucero, a senior U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official. It comes after acting ICE director,... Read more →


NRA-ILA : Gun Ownership and Crime Trends

January 2020 For decades, gun control activists have predicted that crime will increase as more people own more guns or burdensome restrictions on gun rights are repealed. The opposite has been true. Americans own more firearms and Americans in more states can lawfully carry a concealed firearm than they could decades ago but crime rates have fallen significantly. In 2018, the violent crime rate fell to the 2nd lowest total rate since 1971 and the murder rate was half of what it was at the... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Officer Kaulike Kalama and Officer Tiffany-Victoria Bilon Enriquez Shot and Killed

KAULIKE KALAMA Officer Tiffany-Victoria Bilon Enriquez HONOLULU, HAWII (January 120, 2020)--Officer Kaulike Kalama and Officer Tiffany Enriquez were shot and killed on Sunday, January 19, 2020 while responding to a stabbing call at a home at 3015 Hibiscus Drive shortly after 9:00 am. An elderly woman had filed eviction paperwork against her tenant, who suffered from mental health issues and had been falsely calling 911 repeatedly in recent weeks. The landlord and tenant became engaged in an argument in which the man stabbed the woman.... Read more →


PINE HILL POLICE ALERT: New Freedom Road Project Begun; Expected to Last 10 Weeks

WATSONTOWN-NEW FREEDOM ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BEGINS MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 2020. EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR 10 WEEKS PINE HILL, NJ (January 20, 2020)--The Watsontown-New Freedom Road Project is set to begin on Monday, January 20th. It will include milling, paving and drainage with construction to be set from 7AM-4PM Monday thru Friday. The length of the project is approximately 10 weeks. The roadway will be opened to allow for normal traffic at approximately 4PM each day. Motorists are asked to use caution in these areas, and... Read more →


Are Custom Paintings the Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift for Mom?

Oil painting of a contented woman cuddling a smiling toddler, capturing a heartfelt moment. Image amazonaws.com Gloucestercitynews.net(January 20, 2020)--Moms are special, there’s no doubt about that. While no mother is perfect, most of us have a deep affection for our moms. After all, they gave us life and raised us into the adults we are today. I’ve got the perfect gift idea for your mom this Valentine’s Day: turn a picture into a painting. Valentine’s Day Isn’t Just for Lovers When people think Valentine’s Day,... Read more →


NJ News Commons: RUTGERS UNIVERSITY WILL NAME FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT

Rutgers University "is set to name" its next President, Gov. Phil Murphy tweeted yesterday: Jonathan Holloway, the provost of Northwestern University. Dr. Holloway, a Professor of History and African American Studies, will be the first president of color in the university's history. 20 white male presidents — including current president Robert Barchi — precede him. The move is not yet final: the university's Board of Governors and Board of Trustees will take a formal vote at 9 A.M. on Tuesday. (Bridgewater Courier News / NJ.com)... Read more →


*APPLY NOW! The Philadelphia City Scholarship Program

Attention Philadelphia high school seniors! Each year the Philadelphia City Scholarship Program awards approximately 50 scholarships to high school seniors. Selected students receive $1,000 each academic year for four consecutive years of full-time enrollment in accredited, four-year, bachelor degree programs. Applications for 2020-2021 City Scholarships are now open and must be submitted online by March 1. Applicants must be enrolling at a school in Chester County, Delaware County, Philadelphia, Montgomery County, or Bucks County. The Philadelphia City Scholarship Review Committee will consider factors including high... Read more →


10 Ways You Can Bring Your Family Closer Together

Gloucestercitynews.net(January 20, 2020)--Your family is the cornerstone of your life. It’s a unit that’s always there for you when you’re down, struggling at work, or just in need of some socialization. While it isn’t always true that “blood is thicker than water”, your family is predetermined for you and can’t be changed, so getting along with them is advantageous to you. With that said, being close with your family - and accommodating their foibles - isn’t always easy. Here are ten ways you can become... Read more →


Camden County College and Rutgers University–Camden Form new Premier Partnership

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Camden County College and Rutgers University–Camden have formed a new Premier Partnership that aligns the two schools to provide the residents of Camden County and South Jersey a unique opportunity to earn both a Camden County College associate degree and Rutgers baccalaureate degree on the Blackwood and Rutgers–Camden campuses. “This innovative partnership makes higher education more affordable for Camden County College graduates by providing a direct, cohesive route to a Rutgers–Camden bachelor’s degree on our Blackwood campus for under $30,000,” said... Read more →


*Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team

Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team. This team consists of volunteers who work with Providence House, Domestic Violence Services and local police departments to help people who experience domestic violence by empowering and advocating for victims. If you would like to volunteer please contact: Kim Jewitt, DVRT Coordinator Providence House, Burlington Phone: 856-824-0599 ex. 8606 E-mail: kjewitt@cctrenton.org CLASSES WILL BE HELD: *Saturday March 14th 10am - 5pm Thursday March 19th 6pm - 9:30pm Thursday March 26th 6pm – 9:30pm Thursday... Read more →


10 Ideas For Unforgettable Winter Breaks

Gloucestercitynews.net(January 20, 2020)--Winter can be a very difficult season for a lot of people. There’s the ever-present seasonal affective disorder (or SAD), of course, but there are many more reasons to feel fed up with the colder months. Chief among them is the struggle to find a decent place to go on holiday. For obvious reasons, travel is often cheaper in the winter months, but many people just don’t know where they should go. We’re here to help. Here are ten ideas for unforgettable winter... Read more →


Bucknell Students from NJ Named to Dean's List

LEWISBURG, PA (January -2020)-- Bucknell University has released the dean's list for outstanding academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2019-20 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean's list recognition. Sarah Baldwin, a Political Science major in the class of 2021, from Runnemede, NJ Jesse Barbera, a Undeclared major in the class of 2022, from Voorhees, NJ Hannah Bokma, a Mathematics major in the class of 2020, from Vineland,... Read more →


Just Moved Into A New Home? Here’s A Beginner’s Checklist

Gloucestercitynews.net (January 20, 2020)--Moving into a new home can feel incredible and exhilarating, but there’s also a huge amount to remember. When you’re signing the papers and getting ready to move, it can be easy to forget just how mammoth and involved a task moving home can truly be, especially if you’ve been established at your current place for a long time. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. With our handy checklist, you can make sure you’re not forgetting anything during the moving... Read more →


Military Caregiver Champions Recruited by Hollywood Legends

(NAPSI)—Academy Award winner Tom Hanks is rallying the nation behind America’s military caregivers with help from the legacy of a legend, Bob Hope. Hanks launched the Military Caregiver Champion program with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to fund resources for the 5.5 million Americans voluntarily caring for a loved one who was wounded, made ill or injured through military service. Hope’s daughter, Linda Hope, was the first to join the campaign, donating $1 million on behalf of the Bob and Dolores Hope Foundation. Tom Hanks, Linda... Read more →


PUROTRADER™, Offers to Pay LSU Tigers QB Joe Burrow's Legal Fees for Puffing while Working

PuroTrader™ founder and entrepreneur, Pierre Rogers, believed LSU quarterback, Joe Burrow, had the right idea when he chose to celebrate the Tiger’s National Championship victory over Clemson with a stogie Monday night. Joe Burrow smoking a cigar (image courtesy of LSU) As CEO of the world’s premier cigar trading exchange, Rogers announced that support of the Heisman Trophy winner’s right to smoke, he will make a meaningful contribution to any unjust legal fees and penalties if he gets arrested for illegally smoking the infamous cigar... Read more →


New Brunswick facility offers a medically monitored inpatient detoxification program

New Brunswick,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) January 9, 2020--SOBA New Jersey, a premier addiction treatment center, announces the opening of its new state-of-the-art drug and alcohol detox facility in New Brunswick. The grand opening will be commemorated with a ribbon cutting and open-house event on January 9, 2020, from 2 to 5 p.m. The facility will officially open on January 15, 2020. The new facility, located at 23 Duke Street, is home to a medically monitored detoxification program. The detox facility provides withdrawal management and helps... Read more →


Go visual with a new outdoor LED sign for your business

It’s all about being visual Gloucestercitynews.net(January 20, 2020)--It is usually said that an image is worth more than a thousand words and nowhere is this truer than when it comes to advertisement. Then it is all about the visual! If you hope to grow your business, regardless of what that business is, you need a good marketing strategy to make sure you are being noticed by potential customers. There is currently a multitude of options when it comes to marketing platforms as well as strategies... Read more →


FBI Announces New Policy for Notifying State and Local Election Officials of Cyber Intrusions

Affecting Election Infrastructure The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced a new internal policy to clarify and guide the timely federal notification of appropriate state and local officials of cyber intrusions affecting election infrastructure. Protecting the integrity of elections in the United States against criminal activity and national security threats is among the top priorities of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI. Cyber intrusions affecting election infrastructure have the potential to cause significant negative impacts on the integrity of elections. Understanding that mitigation... Read more →


N.J. pays NJ2AS another $87,500 totaling $230,000 in legal victories!

NJ2AS attorney Richard Gutman, NJ2AS President Alex “Alejandro” Roubian, NJ2AS legislative advisor Robert Barush, proudly stand in front the check for our legal fees. In June 2019 the New Jersey State Police once again lost against NJ2AS in an 8-year-long legal battle to receive a copy of their investigative manual that is used while investigating firearm applicants. Shortly after, New Jersey, once again, lost a motion to have the State pay for our legal fees. The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) was awarded $87,500... Read more →