NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia


How can the Netherlands be a suitable destination for Profitable Bitcoin Trading?

When it comes to Bitcoin trading, the Netherlands is a suitable destination for many reasons. First and foremost, the Dutch have a long history of tolerance and respect for individual freedoms. This makes the country an attractive destination for those looking to trade Bitcoin without fear of government interference. For more information visit Bitsoft360. Furthermore, the Netherlands has a well-developed financial infrastructure. This includes everything from traditional banks to innovative startups that are helping to... Read more →

Why Bitcoin is Better than Conventional Currencies?

Bitcoin is a digital asset and a payment system invented by Satoshi Nakamoto. Transactions are verified by network nodes through cryptography and recorded in a public dispersed ledger called a blockchain. Bitcoin is unique in that there are a finite number of them: 21 million. Creation of Bitcoin Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. They can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. As of February 2015, over... Read more →

Future of Bitcoin Trading in Trinidad and Tobago

The future of Bitcoin trading in Trinidad and Tobago is uncertain. The country's central bank has not yet released any regulations regarding cryptocurrencies, and there is no indication that it plans to do so in the near future. This leaves Bitcoin traders in a difficult position, as they are unable to operate legally within the country. However, many people are still willing to trade Bitcoins despite the risks, as the potential profits are very high.... Read more →

Details About Marshal Islands -Most Popular Destination for Bitcoin

If you're looking to get into Bitcoin trading in the Marshall Islands, then you need to know how to grab knowledge about it. You can invest in bitvestment website to get profit but make proper research before that. Here are some tips: Proper Tips for BTC Trading Look for online resources that can provide you with information on BTC trading in the Marshall Islands. These include blogs, forums, and even social media groups dedicated to... Read more →

How to Grab Knowledge about Profitable BTC Trading in Russia?

If you want to get involved in profitable BTC trading in Russia, then you need to have the right knowledge about the market. There are a lot of things that you need to know in order to be successful in this business. And one of the most important things that you should learn is how to find the best time to buy and sell your coins. The bitalpha ai also provides good tips in this... Read more →


NJDOT is now accepting grant applications for the 2023 Urban Youth Corps summer jobs program The program develops life and job skills for disadvantaged youth (Trenton) - The New Jersey Department of Transportation today announced that grant applications are being accepted for the 2023 Youth Corps Urban Gateway Enhancement program. The program provides employment opportunities to underserved youth and young adults through community-service projects. “NJDOT is dedicated to helping build strong communities across the state.... Read more →

Georgia Tech Fall 2022 Graduates from NJ

ATLANTA, GA (03/23/2023)-- The Georgia Institute of Technology presented degrees to approximately 5,620 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institute's 263rd Commencement exercises Dec. 16 - 17, 2022, at Bobby Dodd Stadium. Among the graduates were: Nicole Alfano of Pennsauken (08109) Ian Cullen of Lumberton (08048) Patrick Erdmann of Mount Laurel (08054) Jacob Harris of Delran (08075) Jose Herrera of Burlington (08016) Remya Mahadevan of Moorestown (08057) Lakshmi Modugu of Florence (08518) Cody Page of... Read more →

Camp Invention Coming to Gov Charles Stratton School

Woolwich Township, N.J. (March 23, 2023) - Camp Invention®, a nationally recognized, nonprofit summer enrichment program, is coming to Gov Charles Stratton School the week of July 10 -July 13, 2023. A program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame®, in partnership with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Camp Invention challenges children in grades K-6 to tap into their natural curiosity and use their creativity to solve problems. Through hands-on activities, Camp Invention... Read more →

Good News for the Alice Costello School and the Community of Brooklawn

UPDATED AND CORRECTED William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet BROOKLAWN, NJ (March 24, 2023)(CNBNews)--The latest good news for God's Little Acre, also known as the Borough of Brooklawn, is the five elementary students at the Alice Costello School who represented the district in the STEAM Tank program. The boys in fourth grade are between the ages of 9 and 10. They represent the Brooklawn School District in the State's STEAM Tank program under the team... Read more →

Cycling Events in Kent in 2023

source With its quiet country lanes, stunning coastal paths, picturesque villages, and stretches of rolling hills and tranquil planes, Kent serves as the perfect setting for sporting activities, which is why numerous cycling events are held throughout the county each year. 2023 is going to be no different, with a series of amazing tours already lined up for cyclists of all abilities to enjoy. So, if you want to bask in the full beauty... Read more →

The Bitcoin Economy

Bitcoin has gained in popularity in recent months, especially after the United States Senate held its first hearing on virtual currencies this November. It also comes days after the Bitcoin Black Friday when prices of Bitcoin doubled. Bitcoin is still very volatile, but it is gaining credibility with major retailers such as Target and Dell accepting Bitcoin payment. However, skeptics are concerned that Bitcoins are being used for illegal purposes by people laundering money or... Read more →

Alice Costello 8th Grade Student-Athelete Playing in Al Carino's All-Star Game

source of photo Alice Costello Elementary School BROOKLAWN, NJ (March 23, 2023)Congratulations to Mike Barcklow (photo) for earning a spot in the annual Tim Lenaham Memorial 8th Grade All-Star Game on Sunday, March 26 at 1 PM at Rutgers, Camden City. That game will be followed by the 46th annual Albert J. Carino Boys Basketball Club of South Jersey Senior All-Star Game which is jointly sponsored with the Lions Club of South Jersey. Playing in... Read more →


Newswise — NEW ORLEANS (March 2023) — Hair loss in women can be emotionally devastating and may negatively impact quality of life, and new research suggests that it can also be associated with having other common medical conditions. A board-certified dermatologist at the American Academy of Dermatology’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans will discuss the types of hair loss seen in women with darker skin tones, common types of medical conditions associated with hair loss,... Read more →

There’s Big Money In BITCOIN

Everyone wants to make money, bitcoin provides a good opportunity to those who really want to take risks and love to make money fast. It was created in 2007 and gained popularity around the world very fastly. Bitcoin is not operated or controlled by any financial institution or government, it is a non-centralized asset. This drastically reduces the price of transaction fees when trading with bitcoin.. They are not like a physical currency, they are... Read more →

The Introduction of the Commodity Oil Trading

The investor usually carries out oil trading in crude oil. In the manufacturing of all things from plastics to petrol, cosmetics to cars, textiles to pharmaceuticals, crude oil, sometimes called 'black gold' and 'mother of all commodities' is used. It should not come as a surprise with this high demand that oil was recognised as a key contributing element to modern disputes. Oil is traded quietly most of the time. Refined and crude oil was... Read more →

CAMDEN CITY Man Sentenced to 63 Years

Camden, NJ – A Camden man was sentenced today to 63 years in New Jersey State Prison in connection with a fatal shooting at a Camden gas station in 2020, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. Cornell Tarte, 35, was previously found guilty at trial of 1st-degree Murder in the shooting death of 45-year-old Michael Milton of Woodlynne. Tarte was also found guilty of one count each of 2nd-degree Unlawful Possession of a Weapon,... Read more →

Leon I. Stanford, 54, of Wilkes Barre, Pleads Guilty to Camden County Bank Robberies

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – A Pennsylvania man today admitted robbing two banks in Camden County, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Leon I. Stanford, 54, of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez to an information charging him with two counts of bank robbery. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: On Feb. 22, 2020, Stanford entered the TD Bank in Oaklyn, New Jersey and... Read more →

Baldwin Wallace U and Beck Center for the Arts co-production of 'Ghost: The Musical'

BEREA, OH (03/23/2023)-- Students from our area were part of the talented cast and crew in the Baldwin Wallace University and Beck Center for the Arts collaborative production of "Ghost: The Musical" directed by Victoria Bussert with choreography by Lauren Tidmore and music direction by Matthew Webb during the spring 2023 semester. The following students were in the production: Chase Kessler of Mount Laurel (08054), a graduate of Lenape High School majoring in music theatre... Read more →

Boston Professor: Trump, A 'Master Political Performer'

SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR: Trump is a ‘master political performer’ in announcing the possible indictment Former President Donald Trump’s legal team appears to be preparing for the possibility of an indictment related to an alleged hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels, raising questions about how legal action could impact his 2024 presidential candidacy. Ken Cosgrove, professor of political science at Suffolk University, is an expert on political marketing and communication. Cosgrove’s latest book,... Read more →

During February Nine NJ Casinos Win $412 Million

ATLANTIC CITY — Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced the February 2023 total gaming revenue results. CNBNews graphic file Casino Win: Based upon filings with the Division of Gaming Enforcement, Casino Win for the nine casino hotel properties was $215.0 million for February 2023, reflecting a 1.2% increase compared to $212.4 million for February 2022. Year-to-date Casino Win for the nine casino hotel properties was $426.6 million, reflecting growth of 7.7% compared... Read more →

Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center

offering $1 dog adoption deal for March Madness (Blackwood, NJ) – To celebrate the New Jersey’s underdog, Farleigh Dickinson University, defeating the top seeded Purdue University during March Madness, Homeward Bound will be offering $1 adoption fees for all of dogs in the shelter from Tuesday, March 21 through Sunday, April 2. “There are dozens of animals waiting at Homeward Bound who are in desperate need of a forever home,” said Commissioner Jonathan Young, liaison... Read more →

Camden County Residents: Household Hazardous Waster Collection Begins This Week

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Camden County will host the first of six hazardous waste collections on Saturday, March 25. During these collections, county residents can bring hazardous materials not suited to be thrown out into the regular garbage such as antifreeze, oil-based paints, weed killer, household cleansers and more. Saturday’s collection will be held at the Public Works Complex in Cherry Hill at 1 Perina Boulevard from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Today is the... Read more →

Marvin A. Coleman Jr., age 24, Guilty of Murdering Lindenwold Woman

BURLINGTON, NJ -- March 22, 2023)Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a Willingboro Township man has been convicted of murder in the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old Lindenwold woman four years ago while she was sitting in her car in the Millbrook Park section of Willingboro Township. A Superior Court jury deliberated yesterday and today for approximately three hours before returning guilty verdicts against Marvin A. Coleman Jr., 24, on charges of Felony... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: Unconfirmed Report Flounder Being Caught Back Bays of OC

Maryland Fishing Report – March 22, 2023 Olivia Hedges recently caught this fine-looking trout in a youth fishing area. Photo by Justin Hedges The signs of spring are everywhere, and among them is the traditional opening day of Maryland trout season on Saturday, March 25 in many of the put-and-take trout management waters throughout the state. Trout anglers will be out fishing in their favorite waters and enjoying the generous stockings from Maryland Department of... Read more →

Jefferson Health - New Jersey Nurse Ginny Rossi Wins Project Heart NICU Award

Jefferson Washington Township nurse Virginia “Ginny” Rossi, BSN, RN-C, was recently honored with the Project Heart NICU Award for 2022 – one of 10 nurses from around the country so recognized. A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse for 44 years, Ginny Rossi, a resident of Westampton, NJ, was honored for her courage, passion and dedication to improving outcomes for NICU babies and their families. An employee at the Jefferson Washington Township NICU since 1994,... Read more →

Service for People Addicted to Drugs, Alcohol Sunday, March 26 at St. Mary's Church

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 22, 2023)(CNBNews)--A prayer service for people addicted to drugs and alcohol will be held on Sunday, March 26 at St. Mary's Church, 426 Monmouth Street, from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The organizer of the event, who wishes to remain anonymous, was asked why it was being held. " "Since the beginning of the year it seems we have been losing more people to drugs, alcohol, and mental illnesses than ever... Read more →

Looking for a Job?

The Maple Shade Police Department is seeking applicants for the position of Police Officer: The NJ Civil Service Commission has posted a testing announcement for the position of Police Officer in Maple Shade. The test is open to residents of the State of NJ between the ages of 18 and 35. Applicants must be citizens of the U.S., graduated from high school or vocational high School or possess an approved high school equivalent certificate and... Read more →

Boys and Girls Clubs of Gloucester County Annual Swing for Kids Golf Outing June 6

Glassboro, NJ, March 20, 2023 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County is holding its 14th Annual “Swing for Kids” Golf Outing fundraising event on Tuesday, June 6, 2023. The event will take place at Scotland Run Golf Club in Williamstown, New Jersey from 11:30AM to 7:00 PM. There are a multitude of sponsorship opportunities available, ranging in price from $275 to $10,000. Golfers can also choose to register individually or as a... Read more →

Alzheimer Impact Movement Ask Biden Administration to Allow Medicare Coverage

Advocates rally for access to Alzheimer’s treatments As part of the 2023 Alzheimer’s Impact Movement Advocacy Forum, nearly 900 passionate Alzheimer’s advocates from all 50 states rallied in Washington, D.C.’s Lafayette Square on March 20 — outside the White House — to fight for the reversal of the 2022 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) decision blocking Medicare coverage of U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved Alzheimer’s disease treatments that target amyloid. “Medicare is treating... Read more →

CNB Business News: Bridgeway’s Chairperson’s Dinner April 19

UNION, N.J., March 21, 2023 – Bridgeway Behavioral Health Services, New Jersey’s leading nonprofit mental health and substance use rehabilitation and recovery organization, will host its Annual Chairperson’s Dinner on Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at 373 Clermont Terrace in Union, N.J. “The theme of our event this year is ‘Peace Love & Wellness’ ” said event host Bridgeway Board Chairperson Joseph Perez, Partner at WithumSmith+Brown, CPA. “We promise a fun evening! We are looking forward... Read more →

Frances "Fran" M. Victorian, age 61

Fran passed away on March 16, 2023, at the age 61. Born in Camden, NJ, she was the daughter of the late, Mary Regina Angier. She is survived by her, daughter, Nicole Havers (Darren); son, Dennis Angier (Kathy); grandsons, Wyatt Havers and Jeremy Angier and her soul sister, Marie Skalski; Marie’s sons, John Nero and Ed Nero (Amy) and their children, Ava, Eli. Fran retired after several year with Virtua Cardiology in Cherry Hill, NJ,... Read more →

Report: $83.1 billion Donated To BLM Since 2020

AMAC Exclusive – By Aaron Flanigan image courtesy of Pinterest In a brand new database, the Claremont Institute, a California-based conservative think tank, assessed hundreds of corporations’ pledges and contributions to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and other related left-wing causes, shedding new light on who funded the riots that devastated many U.S. cities in the summer of 2020. The Black Lives Matter Funding Database, which assesses the contributions of hundreds of American companies,... Read more →

CNB Business News: MHS Lift, Inc. Recognized by Wholesale Pallet Rack Products

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (March 21, 2023) – MHS Lift, Inc. has been honored as a 2022 Great 8 Award winner by Wholesale Pallet Rack Products (WPRP), a wholesale distributor of pallet rack, wire decking, shelving, pallet rack accessories and warehouse safety products. The Great 8 Award recognizes eight dealers each year based on their impressive sales numbers. “We are honored to accept this award from our partners at WPRP,” said Andy Levin, co-president, MHS Lift. “We... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: Will Our City Mayor and Council Take Our Last Cent?

Editor's Note: People need to speak up. Our Gloucester City Mayor and Council keep taking your money, and no one says anything. Yet those living on a fixed income in Gloucester City have to decide daily whether to pay their taxes or buy food and renew their prescriptions. And those in power locally keep taking from the poor. People coming into this country illegally get more benefits than our senior citizens who have worked and... Read more →

AC Councilman MD Hossain Morshed Charged with Voter & Unemployment Fraud, Perjury

CAMDEN City, N.J. – An Atlantic City politician has been charged with falsifying voter registrations, making false statements to the FBI about interactions with prospective voters, and submitting false unemployment benefits claims with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL), U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced today. MD Hossain Morshed, 49, a Democratic councilman elected to Atlantic City’s Fourth Ward, is charged in a criminal complaint unsealed today with one count of... Read more →

10 Members of Jersey City Gang Charged With Drug Trafficking

NEWARK, N.J. – Ten members of the Jersey City gang associated with the Marion Gardens Housing Complex were charged today for their roles in a drug trafficking conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced today. Myron Williams, aka “Money,” aka “Tunchi,” 29, and Andre Alomar, aka “Dre8,” 21, both of Newark; and Herbert Thomas, 48; Roger Pickett, aka “Zy Gz,” 22; Anthony Rogers, aka “MG,” 22; Naim Richardson, aka “Ninicks,” 29; Quaseame Wilson, aka “Qua... Read more →

The Garden State Esports Championship Finals April 1

After a fierce battle, the Overwatch two semifinals are set for Kean! Congrats to Scotch Plains-Fanwood, McNair Academy, East Brunswick, and Cherry Hill West! The road to the championships for all our teams starts with the face-to-face semis at Kean's esports arena. After the semis, we will walk over to the Hardwood Arena and play the finals live on the main stage! We're on pace to have 1,000 people at the finals, so it is... Read more →

Houston County, GA Spent $1Million to Avoid Paying for Officer's Gender Transition Surgery

This Georgia County Spent $1 Million to Avoid Paying for One Employee’s Gender-Affirming Care by Aliyya Swaby and Lucas Waldron ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. When a sheriff’s deputy in Georgia’s Houston County sought surgery as part of her gender transition, local officials refused to change the department’s health insurance plan to cover it, citing cost as... Read more →

Pennsylvania Working on Ways to Stop Veteran Suicides

By Christina Lengyel | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Members of the Pennsylvania Senate Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee met in Chambersburg, just as Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin issued orders at the national level to increase access to mental health care in the military. Committee Chairman Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Chambersburg, opened the meeting by optimistically noting the downward trend of suicides in recent years following a series of state initiatives meant... Read more →

Jacqueline Gold, ‘the woman who made pleasure products acceptable to mainstream society’

A journalist and author who has been reporting on the activities of lingerie and sex toy retailer Ann Summers for two decades has paid tribute to its executive chair Jacqueline Gold, who died on 16th March aged 62. Brothers Ralph and David Gold acquired the Ann Summers business in 1972 when it had four stores, and it became a household name after Jacqueline, David’s daughter joined the firm in 1981. It was her idea to... Read more →

Reference Reports for Caregivers of Alzheimer Patients

Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures, an annual report released by the Alzheimer's Association, reveals the burden of Alzheimer's and dementia on individuals, caregivers, the government and the nation's health care system. The accompanying special report, The Patient Journey in an Era of New Treatments, examines the importance of conversations about memory at the earliest point of concern, as well as a knowledgeable, accessible care team to diagnose, monitor disease progression and treat when appropriate. This... Read more →

Why Every Mom Needs a Self-Care Routine

As a mom, taking care of your family is your top priority. But in the midst of juggling work, kids, and household chores, it's easy to forget about your own needs. That's why it's important to make self-care a priority in your life. By taking some time for yourself each day, you can recharge your batteries and be better equipped to handle the challenges of motherhood. Here are some tips for creating a self-care routine... Read more →

How to Make Your Resume Stand Out in Today’s Competitive Job Market With Skillhub

In today’s competitive job market, job seekers must go out of their way to make employers notice them. A resume is a candidate’s first chance to do so. It’s your opportunity to make a lasting impression and get your foot in the door. With hundreds of job applications flooding recruiters’ inboxes, how can you ensure yours stands out? Here are some tips and tricks to help you make a winning resume that will grab the... Read more →

The Story Behind The Story: Pay More for What?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 20, 2023)(CNBNews)--After tonight's City Council Meeting (Monday, March 20, 2023) you will again pay more just for the privilege of living in one of the state's poorest, yet highest-taxed cities. Technically, your taxes won't increase (yet) because these new costs are fees. Shakespeare said that a rose by any other name smells just as sweet. For generation after generation Gloucester City and the State of New... Read more →

Stephen B. Tyszka of Cape Coral, formerly of Mt. Ephraim

Stephen B. Tyszka of Cape Coral, Florida and formerly of Mt. Ephraim, New Jersey passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 5, 2023 at 91 years of age. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 11, 1931 and was the proud son to Rose (Michalczewski) and Stephen Tyszka. Stephen was predeceased by his beloved wife Lucy M. Tyszka. He is the dear father of Stephen Tyszka of Audubon, NJ, Kathryn Hambleton and her husband Scott... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Delaware: Youth-Only Day Trout April 1

Designated Trout Streams are Closed to All Fishing From March 18 Until Youth-Only Opening Day on April 1 Delaware’s 2023 upstate stream trout season will open for youth anglers under age 16 at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 1, followed by the opening of the regular trout season for all anglers a half-hour before sunrise the next day, Sunday, April 2, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Fishing will be... Read more →

GCHS Philanthropy Campaign: Joe and Dawn Rubino '95 Accept Class Challenge

With Leadership Donation to Philanthropy Campaign 2023! Gloucester Catholic's Class Challenge, sponsored by the Class of 1972, has already helped the school raise close to $115,000 and about 57% of our Philanthropy Week 2023 Campaign goal! Thank you to all of our generous alums for your donations and support! Gloucester Catholic would like to highlight Joe and Dawn (Robertson) Rubino, both members of the Class of 1995 who have made a generous Maroon Level donation... Read more →

Attention Atlantic City Electric Customers, You Must Act Now

Funding remains available through federal and state assistance programs to help supplement customer energy payments MAYS LANDING, N.J. (March 20, 2023) — Atlantic City Electric is asking customers to take action now to secure assistance funding that remains available to help supplement payment of their energy bills. The company understands the challenges customers are facing with higher winter energy bills and the broader impacts of inflation and is standing by to help connect customers with... Read more →

It's That Time Again: Annual Dune Grass Planting

On Saturday, April 22nd, 2023, (rain date Sunday, April 23rd), Avalon will hold its annual Spring Volunteer Dune Grass Planting. All the members of your organization or school are encouraged to participate. Past volunteers agree it is a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Volunteers will meet at Avalon Community Hall, 30th Street, and Avalon Avenue, at 8:30 a.m. at which time a brief planting demonstration will be given. After the Dune Grass planting, there will be... Read more →