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

Assessing Different Ways to Boost your Income

Source: With the cost of living crisis continuing into this year, many people will be considering a side hustle. Whether to help with important bills or simply boost the cash in your pocket, there are a number of ways to enhance your bank balance and navigate these difficult times. This article will explore various ideas that can help you to increase your income. From making sales and savvy money maker schemes to taking on extra work or enhancing your skills, it's worth exploring how you can make some extra earnings. Answer Surveys There are a host of online platforms... Read more →

Top 8 life hacks for playing online casinos legally and safely

There is no secret that gambling is regulated by very complex, often changing legislation. Some countries allow all types of gambling, while some allow gambling only partially or prohibit it completely. Today we want to talk about a few points that will be useful to fans of online casinos in any country. What should you know before you start playing at an online casino? Let's take a look! Choose legalized and licensed casinos This is quite obvious advice, but those users who are just starting to play may not think about this important point. Since each state regulates gambling activities... Read more →

Tips and Tricks for Outsmarting Online Casinos

The bright lights and high stakes of online casinos can be thrilling, but they can also quickly drain your bankroll if you don’t know how to play strategically. Becoming a smarter casino gambler takes some insider knowledge on getting the best odds and maximizing the unique advantages of playing through internet gaming sites and apps. With the right approach, you can stretch your entertainment budget while also boosting your payout potential at PlayAmo Casino. Read on for tips from the pros on how to outsmart online casinos. Pick Sites with Favorable Software All online casino games rely on random number... Read more →

Frances M. Hughes, of Audubon

Passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Friday 12 July 2024, of Audubon, NJ. Age 81 years. Beloved wife of 55 years to the late Robert Hughes. Devoted mother of Stephen (Jacqueline), Robert Jr. (Theresa), Kate, Julie (Pete) and Timothy (Andrea). Loving grandmother to Christopher, Patrick, Daniel, Lily and Grace. Dear sister of (Mildred) Jean Sander. Frances grew up in Philadelphia and was a long-time resident in Haddon Heights, where she was very involved in the community. She worked as a registered nurse for 30 years at Kennedy Health System in Cherry Hill. In her free-time, she enjoyed travel,... Read more →

Washington Politics: Ohio's J.D. Vance for vice president

By Brett Rowland | The Center Square 4 hrs ago A member of the crowd holds up makeshift Trump-Vance campaign sign as delegates and other supporters of former President Donald Trump rally at the Republican National convention in Milwaukee on Monday, July 15, 2024. By Greg Bishop | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Former President Donald Trump picked U.S. Sen. J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, to serve as his vice president should Trump beat President Joe Biden this November for another term in the White House. Trump revealed his choice on Truth Social in a statement. "After lengthy deliberation and... Read more →

Stack the Odds in Your Favor at Online Casinos

We’ve all been there - sitting at the virtual blackjack table on a losing streak, watching our chip stack dwindle as the dealer pulls yet another 21. Or perhaps the online slots have gone cold, spin after spin resulting in negligible payouts. It’s easy to feel like you’re at the mercy of chance when playing casino games online. But while luck certainly plays a role, there are also concrete steps you can take to dramatically improve your odds on platforms like Sky Crown Online Casino. With the right knowledge, skill, and discipline, you can stretch your bankroll, minimize house edge,... Read more →

Meet Allie Darrow,The Behavioral Health Expert, Who Speaks The Languare of Dogs

CNBNews Editor's Note: I can imagine the pride and joy that Allie Darrow must have felt when "New Jersey’s Dog Whisperer" article was featured in Jersey Magazine, highlighting her passion for dogs. Allie, the wife of Austin Darrow, a longstanding resident of Brooklawn, was the main focus of the story. The author, John Kellmayer, is the former superintendent of the Brooklawn School District. Below is an excerpt from that article, with a link to the full story: New Jersey’s Dog Whisperer By John Kellmayer* Allie Darrow, a twenty-eight-year-old newlywed from Deptford, New Jersey, seems to have a special gift in... Read more →

How to Play the Odds and Win Big at Online Roulette Tables

Roulette may seem like a game of pure chance, but understanding the odds and sticking to a solid betting strategy can help you beat the house edge. Follow these secrets to winning more often and bringing home bigger payouts. Online roulette utilizes a randomized number generator to mimic the action of a physical roulette wheel. The standard game has a house edge of around 2.7%, while certain bets can alter the odds in your favor or against you. Knowing which wagers work best with the probabilities built into the game is key. Manage Your Bankroll Wisely The first step to... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on Seton Hall University Dean's List

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ (07/15/2024)-- Seton Hall University is pleased to announce the Spring 2024 Dean's list and to congratulate students for their outstanding academic achievements. After the close of every semester, undergraduate students completing all courses with a GPA of 3.4, with no grades lower than "C", qualify for the Dean's List. The following local students made the Spring 2024 Dean's List: Anna Abraham of Sewell (08080) Hannah Alexander of Wrightstown (08562) Jonathan Angelo of Swedesboro (08085) Vincent Asselta of Vineland (08360) Jonathan Blose of Cinnaminson (08077) Julianna Bobe of Galloway (08205) Sasha Bosque-Issardin of Wall (07719) Ariana Brown of... Read more →

How Cryptocurrencies are Revolutionizing the Online Gambling Industry

The advent of cryptocurrency has sparked a modern-day digital gold rush, as investors and industries race to leverage the power of coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin. While crypto volatility grabs headlines, a quiet revolution is happening in online gambling. Cryptocurrencies enable fast, private betting unrestricted by regulation or banking bottlenecks. This perfect storm of anonymity and independence is accelerating the $66.7 billion global online gambling industry’s shift from fiat money. Let's explore the undercurrent sweeping bookmakers, casinos, lottery, poker, and bingo brands to crypto. Trustless Transactions Build Trust Cryptocurrency solves two central issues for the online gambling sector -... Read more →

Evolution of Online Casino Payments

Online gambling has come a long way since the early days when the only option was sending a check or money order to an offshore site. As the industry matured, secure and convenient payment methods developed to facilitate easy deposits and fast payouts. This evolution transformed online casinos into the multi-billion dollar industry we know today. In the early years, cryptographic systems like Neteller and Firepay facilitated electronic money transfers. Then e-wallets like Skrill and PayPal provided a recognizable mainstream payment method. Prepaid cards also gained traction for those without bank accounts. Most recently, credit cards and direct bank transfers... Read more →

Most Common and Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Gambling Online

Introduction With online gambling growing rapidly in popularity around the world, both experienced and novice players are logging on to try their luck. However, the convenience and accessibility of internet gambling comes with risks if proper precautions are not taken. By being aware of the most common mistakes, players at Wazamba Casino can avoid unnecessary losses and maximize their chances of coming out ahead. This article will overview the top errors to steer clear of when betting online. Not Setting a Budget One of the biggest and most dangerous mistakes is failing to set a budget before you start playing.... Read more →

THE AMERICAN LEGION: Five Things to Know, July 15, 2024

Wikimedia commons The American Legion 1. It has been the Secret Service’s protocol for more than a half-century since the assassination of John F. Kennedy — survey and secure all nearby structures to prevent gunfire from reaching a president or anyone else under the agency’s protection. But somehow on Saturday, a 20-year-old Pennsylvania man was able to access a roof with a gun just 140 yards from the stage where former president Donald Trump was speaking. Now the Secret Service’s actions and the potential holes in its protective net are under intense scrutiny, with lawmakers in both parties calling on... Read more →

Roll Up, Roll Up for Online Bingo: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners and Experts

Online bingo has seen a major resurgence in recent years. With more sites offering big jackpots and improved mobile compatibility, playing bingo on your computer or phone is easier and more exciting than ever. This comprehensive guide covers everything a beginner needs to know, as well as handy tips for experienced players. First we’ll go over the basic rules and terminology. Next, we’ll share tips on boosting your chances of winning. Finally, we’ll look at reasons why online bingo at Ruby Fortune New Zealand is gaining popularity and review the top sites new players should check out. Let’s get started!... Read more →


In the fairy tale, Goldilocks upset the three bears by eating their porridge. In Lackawanna County, a hungry bear got a bit of revenge by swiping a box full of dog food right off of a homeowners porch. Aidan Newman, 18, was just arriving home on Wednesday afternoon to pack up for college when he noticed a bear in his yard. (submitted by Gary Devine) Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: Pennsauken native serves where future Navy warfighters train

Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James Green ==================== BY Alvin Plexico, Navy Office of Community Outreach Petty Officer 1st Class Travis Davis, a native of Pennsauken, New Jersey, is currently stationed at NSGL as an instructor with Naval Education and Training Command (NETC). Davis, a 2015 graduate of Pennsauken High School, joined the Navy six years ago. “I joined the Navy for education opportunities,” said Davis. "I'm working toward a degree in computer science." The skills and values needed to succeed in the Navy are similar to those found in Pennsauken. “Growing up in Pennsauken, I learned how... Read more →

Philadelphia Zoo Announces Birth of Sumatran Orangutan, a Major Conservation Win for this Critically Endangered Specie

The baby, born June 26 inside of PECO Primate Reserve, is the first birth of this species at the Zoo in 15 years Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Zoo is proud to announce the birth of a critically endangered Sumatran orangutan, the first birth of this species at the Zoo in 15 years, and a significant birth to the population of these animals. Born to the Zoo’s 31-year-old female Tua and 28-year-old male, Sugi, on June 26, the infant continues to look strong, and Tua continues to be an excellent mother, nursing and holding the baby at all times. The sex... Read more →

Evil Genius Beer Company Celebrates Summer with Family Fest and Block Party

and a New Puppy Pool Party Philadelphia - PA - Evil Genius Beer Company celebrates summer with a line-up of wholesome, no-charge, and family friendly beer garden events. Bring everyone out to their “Family Fest'' on July 20th with a variety of fun for the whole gang and celebrate your dogs at their “Puppy Pool Party” on July 27th as they transform into an oasis for your four legged friends. There's plenty of activities to enjoy with your family whether they walk on two legs or four. Evil Genius will also pay homage to the queens with drag brunches themed... Read more →

Ronald J. Pritchett, of Williamstown, Former Principal of Gloucester High School

On July 10, 2024. Age 80, Of Williamstown, Ron was a former distinguished Principal and Educator for the Gloucester City High School. Ron’s full obituary with funeral arrangement information to follow in next few days. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Ronald Joseph Pritchett. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

How to immerse yourself in the world of virtual reality gaming

(Image via In today’s technology-based environment, people who call Gloucester City and the surrounding areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia have their homes inundated with enticing products to get stuck into. From smartphones boasting more power than ever before to cars now having enhanced gadgets to use, it can be overwhelming at times. Virtual reality gaming is another offering that is gathering momentum, although not everyone knows about it. These days, gaming, in general, is booming. The sheer amount of viable gaming products people can explore is mightily impressive. From popular options like Elden Ring on the PlayStation 5,... Read more →

Anna Licata Boyce, of Mt. Ephraim, Play Boy Club/Latin Casino Employee, Owned Lucia's

On July 11, 2024, at the age of 84, Anna passed peacefully at Riverfront Rehab in Pennsauken, NJ. (nee Licata) Born in Camden, NJ on April 29, 1940, Anna spent her early years in Camden with her family and attended Sacred Heart Church and was a graduate of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School. After school, Aunt Anna lived her life to the fullest like the free bird she was. She explored New York and Florida and worked many years the Playboy Club as well as the Latin Casino in Cherry Hill. She returned to NJ in the 1980s, settling... Read more →

Ryan Agnello Selected for Television Academy Foundation Internship Program.

Academy for Information Technology alumnus Ryan Agnello has been selected for the prestigious Television Academy Foundation Internship Program. He is one of just 40 students chosen by Television Academy members from across the country for the 2024 Summer Internship Program. The Foundation offers paid internships at top Hollywood studios and production companies annually to college students nationwide. Agnello will be a senior this fall at Quinnipiac University, in Hamden, Connecticut, majoring in cinematic production management. He will be a production management intern this summer at Reverie Content, a Los Angeles-based production company, through the Foundation’s program. From Fanwood, New Jersey,... Read more →

Rowan University, One of Three Recipients to Receive Grant

NEW YORK (July 9, 2024) - Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the selection of three organizations in New York and New Jersey to receive a total of $300,000 in grant funding for Environmental Education projects. “Advancing environmental education advances EPA’s mission because it better equips our communities with the information they need to protect public health today and in the future,” said EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan. “This year’s environmental education grant recipients will work in underserved communities across the country to foster a deeper understanding of environmental challenges and inspire action towards sustainable solutions.” “Ensuring access to... Read more →

Trump Released From Hospital; Assasin Killed

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Image courtesy of The Times of Israel) BUTLER, PA. (July 13, 2024)(CNBNews)—What a night! By now, everyone around the world knows that former United States President Donald Trump was shot Sunday evening during his rally in Butler, PA. The time was approximately 6:14 PM. As you watch the moments leading up to the assassination attempt you see President Trump turn his head to one side to speak with the people behind him. As he turns towards the front, he reaches up to his ear and then drops to the ground. Many of those in... Read more →

UPDATE: SEE VIDEO...Trump Issues Statement ...HE IS OKAY

STATEMENT FROM PRESIDENT TRUMP: I want to thank The United States Secret Service and all of Law Enforcement for their rapid response to the shooting that just took place in Butler, Pennsylvania. Most importantly, I want to extend my condolences to the family of the person at the Rally who was killed, and also to the family of another person that was badly injured. It is incredible that such an act can take place in our Country. Nothing is known at this time about the shooter, who is now dead. I was shot with a bullet that pierced the upper... Read more →

Members of the "Norcross Syndicate" Plead Not Guilty in Superior Court (Video)

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews On Tuesday, July 9, 2024, George Norcross III, the leader of The Norcross Enterprise, stands on the steps outside of the New Jersey Superior Court in Mercer County after entering a plea of not guilty. The trial is expected to begin in September. The documents that the Attorney General's office used to indict the six co-defendants span five years. CAMDEN CITY, NJ (July 12, 2024)(CNBNews)--On Tuesday, June 9, 2024, members of The Norcross Syndicate appeared before Superior Court Judge Peter E. Warshaw Jr. in the New Jersey Superior Court in Mercer County. Each of... Read more →

Whitetail Deer Causes Traffic Accident on Black Horse Pike in Mount Ephraim

CNBNews photos William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ (CNBNews)(July 12, 2024)--Today, Friday, around 11:30 AM, a motorist hit a fawn that ran across the Black Horse Pike at the Black Horse Pike and Carlisle Avenue near the Black Horse Diner. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident. However, due to its injuries, the deer had to be euthanized. A witness described the deer as a fawn with spots, and mentioned that it was visibly distressed and struggling to breathe. As a result of the accident, traffic was backed up from the Black Horse Pike in the... Read more →

SURVEY SAYS: Most Democrats Would Chose Someone Other Than Biden

Poll: 66% of Democrats would pick someone other than Biden if given specific options Kate Guenther | The Center Square (The Center Square) (July 12, 2024– A new poll shows 30% of Democrats would pick someone other than President Joe Biden as their nominee if other generic options existed. That would climb to 66% if voters were given specific alternatives. The polling underscores recent concerns about Biden's leadership and ability to govern. The Center Square Voters' Voice Poll, conducted in conjunction with Noble Predictive Insights, found 30% of Democrats would pick an unnamed someone else, but more (58%) would stick... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: Hotter’n a chile pepper on a campfire

RELATED: HOME COUNTRY By Slim Randles When Windy Wilson joined us for coffee down at the Mule Barn coffee shop, we smiled. Windy doesn’t show up for too many of the b.s. coordinations and we think it’s because he doesn’t like the competition. “You boys seen that sun this mornin’?” “Sure did, Windy,” said Doc. “Looked about like the one we had yesterday.” “See, that’s just my point. You heard on the radio ‘bout that climatic change stuff, right?” “Right.” “Well, you remember ‘way back to July last year? I shore do. Hotter’n a chile pepper on a campfire, it... Read more →

SHIRLEY FOX, Age 84, of Gloucester City; Bank Teller, Sr. Citizens Assn. Member, GHS Alum

CORRECTION/UPDATED Surrounded by her loving family at her side, Shirley passed peacefully on July 10, 2024, at the age of 84. (nee Connelly). Longtime resident of Gloucester City. Loving and devoted wife of the late Harry F. Fox, Sr. Loving mother of Harry F. Fox, Jr. and his wife, Susan and Nancy Smatana and her husband, Steve. Cherished Grandmom and Nana to Ryan (Shannon), Danielle (Jon) and Lyndsey. Adored great-grandmother of Aiden, Addison, Liam, Mackenzie and Riley. Beloved sister of Wayne Connelly and sister-in-law of William Fox, Robert Fox and Rebecca Teeman. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: Man found Dead on Beach; Suspect Wanted for Shooting

WILDWOOD CREST (July 11, 2024)-- According to the Cape May Herald a man was found unconscious and unresponsive on the Myrtle Avenue beach Tuesday morning, July 2. The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, along with the New Jersey Southern Regional Medical Examiner’s Office, responded to assist with the investigation. A short time later, notification was made to the next of kin. The cause of death has not been determined and is pending an autopsy; the incident is still under investigation. There was no indication of foul play, police said. +++++ UPDATED: William C. Hoyle was taken into custody without incident... Read more →

NJ Gaming, a Tale of Two Industries: In Numbers

The bulk of New Jersey's GDP (Gross Domestic Product) comes from its overabundance of scientists and engineers. Investopedia claims that the state has a higher concentration of people working in those sectors than anywhere else. Put another way, New Jersey gets a huge chunk of money each year from healthcare, life sciences, and pharmaceuticals. That’s not all. A significant contribution to New Jersey’s economy comes from financial services and manufacturing. Around 218,000 people work in New Jersey's finance industry, with a similar number (230,000) employed in manufacturing. source Pixels However, these traditional industries are enduring competition from gaming. While just... Read more →

Public Meetings Planned to Discuss Camden County Link Trail

Commissioners to host public meetings (Camden City NJ) – The Board of Commissioners, in collaboration with the city of Camden, Pennsauken and Winslow townships will be hosting two public meetings to update residents on the local segments of the Camden County LINK Trail, a proposed 34-mile regional trail that will stretch from the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to the south end of Winslow Township. The meetings are scheduled for July 29 at the Camden County Historical Society, 1900 Park Boulevard in Camden from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and for July 31, at the Star Building, 100 Erial Road in Sicklerville... Read more →

Tammy Harold Reinstalled as NAWBO South Jersey Board Member; will Co-Chair Diversity Committee

Tammy Harold, MBA, Director of Business Development for Women's & Children's Services at Jefferson Health - East Region, was recently reinstalled for her second year as a Board Member of the South Jersey Chapter of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners). For the 2024/2025 term, Harold will serve as Co-Director of NAWBO's Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Committee. NAWBO supports women business leaders through collaboration, education, mentorship, and networking. Jefferson Health is a proud Gold Sponsor and partner of the organization. A strong advocate for women’s health and youth, Harold – part of Jefferson’s management team for 8... Read more →

American Legion Baseball: Trio of Legion Alumni Among First Time All-Stars

The American Legion JUL 08, 2024 Of the players selected to Major League Baseball’s 94th All-Star Game, 32 are All-Star first-timers. That includes three of the four American Legion Baseball alumni named to the All-Star Game, which takes place July 16 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, home of the 2023 World Series champion Texas Rangers. Last year’s AL Rookie of the Year, Baltimore shortstop Gunnar Henderson (Post 20/Selma, Ala.), earned a starting spot in the game. Through July 7, he was batting .293 with 27 home runs and 61 RBIs. Joining Henderson on the American League All-Star roster... Read more →

James Leon Webb, 85, of Lumberton

On July 7, 2024. Age 85. Of Lumberton and formerly of Burlington, NJ and Philadelphia, PA. Loving father of Glen Webb and Gail Webb. Survived by the amazing care team at Mount Holly Rehab. and Care Center. James was a proud U.S. Army veteran serving our country during Korean War as a Staff Sergeant. Arrangements are Pending. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be made through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home: 851 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, NJ Ph: 856 – 456 – 1142 Read more →

Margaret Bignell-Keenan of Gloucester City

Margaret E., nee Hoffman, died on July 3rd, 2024 at the age of 93. Born in Camden, NJ, lived in Philadelphia, PA, until moving to Camden, NJ in 1943. Was a Pennsauken, NJ resident for over 43 years before moving to Gloucester City, NJ in 1999, then to Blue Bell, PA which was her final residence since July 2021. Married to Edward B. Bignell (deceased) and Robert F. Keenan (deceased). Two brothers, Woodrow Hoffman and Joseph Hoffman (both deceased). Dear sisters-in-law Marion (Patrick) Rowan (deceased), Jane (Albert) Babcock (deceased), Claire (Henry) Murphy (deceased). Leaving behind loving memories of cousins, Theresa... Read more →

How To Protect Kids from Gaming Addiction: A Short Guide for Parents

Many parents today face the fact that children play all kinds of video games more and more. Be it a gaming console, a video game platform, or mobile games, kids are involved in these types of entertainment way more than before. This is not a problem per se but it becomes one when children start developing gaming addiction and literally become problem gamers. Even adults can easily fall victim to problem gaming and children and younger teenagers are particularly vulnerable to these types of addiction. This is why parents need to educate themselves and their children on the issues and... Read more →

Maryland's Striped Bass Getting Smarter

July 10, 2024 Ron McClain loves taking his granddaughter Savannah fishing and she has earned the nickname “Rockfish Barbie,” as evidenced by this keeper-size striped bass. Photo by Ron McClain It is time for summer vacations. Our youngest anglers are off from school and many parents and grandparents are creating lifetime memories with them, often through fishing together. As a reminder, all striped bass fishing in the Chesapeake Bay will be on hold from July 16-31 , in order to protect the fishery during what is statistically the hottest part of the year. But even when it is legal to... Read more →

American Legion Baseball: Scholarship Nomination Form Available Online

2024 American Legion Baseball scholarship nomination form available online The American Legion APR 05, 2024 Applications are available online for the 2024 American Legion Baseball Scholarship. The fillable nomination form is available here. Team managers and head coaches of post-affiliated American Legion Baseball teams must submit nominations for the American Legion Baseball Scholarship by July 15 to department headquarters. The American Legion awards between $22,000 and $25,000 in scholarships to deserving baseball players each year. Each Department Baseball Committee may select a player from its department to receive this scholarship. The American Legion will award several scholarships each year depending... Read more →

PETS ARE THE BEST: Turmeric Good For Dogs

10 reasons why turmeric is good for dogs by Dr. Peter Dobias, DVM Discover how adding turmeric to your dog’s diet can boost their overall health and longevity If you’re wondering whether or not dogs can eat turmeric, how much to give, and what health benefits it provides for dogs, you’re not the only one! Many dog lovers are looking for natural alternatives to conventional drug-based treatments to keep their dogs healthy and mobile. (Image) Peyton Cleary catching some rays and watching the waves on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina (March 2023) Turmeric is one of the oldest medicinal plants... Read more →

American Legion Baseball: 2023 Player of the Year Enjoys Hall of Fame Visit

Baseball Hall of Famer and Legion Baseball alum Rollie Fingers, 2023 American Legion Baseball Player of the Year Jacob Cyr, and Americanism Commission Chairman Mark Avis at Cooperstown, N.Y., on May 25. Photo by Steve Cloud / The American Legion The American Legion MAY 26, 2024 Last August, Jacob Cyr opened the American Legion World Series with the third no-hitter in ALWS history and closed it with a shutout to lead League City Post 554 to Texas’ first ALWS title. Given the opportunity over this Memorial Day weekend, of course Cyr took the chance to pick the brains of Hall... Read more →

Biden Approves NJ's Offshore Wind Farm

By Christian Wade | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) (July 10, 2024)— The Biden administration has approved New Jersey's first offshore wind project, but the plan faces pushback — and the likelihood of legal challenges — from critics who say it will ruin the state's storied coastline. The Atlantic Shores South project, given a green light by the U.S. Department of the Interior last week, calls for installing 200 towering wind turbines less than nine miles off the coast — providing enough electricity to power more than 1 million homes. It's the ninth offshore wind project approved by... Read more →

Major Act Withdraws from Atlantic City Airshow

Joint Statement from the Greater Atlantic City Chamber, in association with Visit Atlantic City and the South Jersey Transportation Authority: “We regret to announce the cancellation of the 2024 Visit Atlantic City Airshow due to a major act withdrawing from the Airshow. This decision was not made lightly, and we understand the disappointment it may cause. We extend our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to all who have supported this event over the past number of years.” Read more →

NJ Assemblyman Moen's Statement on the Cancellation of the 2024 Atlantic City Airshow

Assemblyman Moen not happy that Atlantic City Air Show was canceled: "I was disappointed to learn that the Atlantic City Airshow has been cancelled. The Airshow is a popular annual event that brings visitors to Atlantic City and generates business for South Jersey as a whole. I realize this was a difficult decision made by the event organizers, and I hope that the Airshow is able to return next year. As Chairman of the Assembly Tourism, Gaming and the Arts Committee, I will continue to work on legislation that supports tourism in Atlantic City, South Jersey, and throughout our state."... Read more →

Support the Camden County Hero Scholarship

The Football Frenzy Fundraiser works as follows: *Each individually numbered ticket has a list of professional football teams on the front of the ticket. Each team is given a corresponding team letter/symbol to be used throughout the season. *On each ticket there is a list for each of the 18 weeks of the football regular season. Under each week is a combination of 3 letters/symbols that correspond to the teams listed on the front. These 3 letters/symbols are the teams you will use for that specific week of the season. Your 3 teams change every week. *For each week you... Read more →

$1 Billion Bitcoin Whale Selloff Causing Price To Stall Michael Graw taps into the current trend of updating retro games. The Tamagotchi-style game will be made available on mobile devices, via app stores, and the $PLAY currency will be used as a reward and as an acquisition token, giving this play-to-earn token utility. Other notable ventures include the Mega Dice Bitcoin has been pushing the $72,000 resistance mark since March, fuelled by the SEC’s acceptance of Bitcoin spot ETFs. While the world’s largest cryptocurrency passed the $70,000 mark in March, April, May, and the beginning of June, it ran out of steam in mid-June, falling to $65,000 amid... Read more →

Steve Shannon Tire Summer 4-Wheel Jamboree

The Bloomsburg Fairgrounds will crawl with 4-wheel drive vehicles gathered from across the country for a powerhouse off-road weekend, Friday through Sunday, July 12-14. Witness all types of custom builds, experience a MOD Monster Truck Show, take a ride in a real monster truck, discover off-road trends, connect with knowledgeable owners/builders, shop ‘show-only’ pricing from industry experts in the Performance Marketplace, and watch the mud fly during the infield show all weekend long at the 37th Annual Steve Shannon Tire Summer 4-Wheel Jamboree in Bloomsburg. WHERE: The Bloomsburg Fairgrounds (980 W Main Street, Bloomsburg, PA) DATES/TIMES: Friday, July 12: 10... Read more →

Gloucester Township Public Schools Job Fair

On Wednesday, July 10th, Gloucester Township Public Schools will host a job fair at Charles W. Lewis Middle School from 9am-12pm and 4pm-7pm. Positions available: Bus Drivers, Bus Aides, Food Services, PT Custodians, Substitute Teachers, Classroom Aides, Latchkey Aides, Warehouse. Onsite interviews will be available. For more information, please call (856) 227-1400. Read more →