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Gloucester City One Of Five Towns In Camden County With The Highest Tax Percentage Increase In 2021

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews TRENTON – Property taxes in New Jersey climbed by nearly 2% again last year, restrained by the cap but still amounting to a $583 million tax hike. The statewide tab now exceeds $31 billion. The tax bill on the average home unofficially rose to $9,266, according to a New Jersey 101.5 review of county abstracts of ratables and Department of Treasury home assessment data. Gloucester City Municipal building, Broadway and Monmouth Streets. In the background is St. Mary's Church, which was built by Irish immigrants in the late 1800s(CNBNews photo credit) +++++ Looking at... Read more →


Betcity app | Review

What you need to know about Betcity The Betcity bookmaker is the biggest and oldest bookmaker in Russia. It was established in 2003 and licensed in 2009. Since that time Betcity was working on developing its work: everything is still updating and players can solve any problem in a second. In 2021 Betcity is one of the most reliable bookmakers in the world. The bookmaker offers players almost 30 types of sports disciplines, a huge number of events are available in each of the sections. Most of the events are football matches, there are hundreds of them. There are both... Read more →


New Federal Regulations for Entry-Level CDL Drivers

New Federal Training Requirement for Entry-Level CDL Drivers Begins Feb. 7 TRENTON – Effective Feb. 7, drivers interested in obtaining or upgrading a commercial driver license (CDL) in New Jersey will be required to complete additional federally-mandated training. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued regulations requiring CDL applicants complete Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) from an FMCSA-approved training provider before taking the CDL skills test. The list of approved training providers can be found on FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry. A link to the registry is also available on the NJMVC website in the CDL section. The new ELDT... Read more →


Rowan junior Eli Atiya and senior Ryan Murphy named to the D3Baseball.com 2022 All-America Team

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan junior Eli Atiya and senior Ryan Murphy have been named to the D3Baseball.com 2022 Preseason All-America Team, with Atiya earning a second-team mention and Murphy being chosen to the third team. Both players were named to the D3Baseball All-America team in 2021 after being key players during the Profs’ run to the NJAC Championship and the Division III College World Series, with Murphy receiving third-team status and Atiya earning honorable mention. In 2021, Atiya (Cherry Hill, NJ/Cherry Hill West) went 9-2 as a starter, posted a 1.68 ERA and topped the staff with 72 strikeouts, while... Read more →


Ronald A. Zaleski, 59, of Cherry Hill; Campbell Soup Employee for 30 years, Rutgers University Alum

Ronald A. Zaleski of Cherry Hill passed away January 9, 2022. Age 59. Beloved husband and father. He is survived by his wife of 33 years of Dawn M. (nee Neidich) and adult children, Rebekah Zaleski of Cherry Hill, NJ; Andrew Zaleski of Winter Garden, Florida and Amelia Zaleski of Cherry Hill, NJ. Devoted son of Regina Zaleski (Sokolski) and the late Robert Zaleski, Sr. Brother of Robert Zaleski, Jr (Shelia), Jeanine Zaleski-Farley, and Richard Zaleski (Kristina). Cousin of Kevin Neimeyer (Jennifer) Uncle of Benjamin Stehly, Nathan Stehly, Kathryn Moran, William Moran, Dittmar Gagnon, Crosley Gagnon, Abigeal Gagnon, Hayden Gagnon,... Read more →


NJ Residents Leaving the State Because of High Taxes

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – While Americans continued to move out of higher taxed blue states in 2021, migration patterns were different than they were in 2020, a report by United Van Lines indicates. United Van Lines customers primarily moved for new jobs or to be near family, resulting in their destination states being more varied than they were in 2020 when they primarily moved to western and southern states from northern states, its 45th Annual National Migration Study found. The annual study tracks the company’s exclusive data for customers’ state-to-state migration patterns... Read more →


NJ to Receive $1.1 Billion from Feds to Fix Bridges

By T.A. DeFeo / The Center Square contributor The Center Square) – The federal government is sending more than $1.1 billion to New Jersey to help the state repair its bridges. The money is part of the more than $27 billion Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection, and Construction Program. The funding was included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. New Jersey officials say the funding will help improve about 480 bridges in poor condition and about 4,500 bridges in fair condition. “Every state has bridges in poor condition and in need of repair, including bridges with weight restrictions that... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: Belmont University Fall 2021 Dean's List

NASHVILLE, TN (01/18/2022)-- The following students achieved the Dean's List at Belmont University for the Fall 2021 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours (exclusive of audit and pass/fail courses this semester) and a quality grade point average of 3.5 with no grade below a C (inclusive of audit, pass/fail courses and zero-credit courses). Jillian DeBrito of Wall Township (07719) Ashleigh Neilio of Magnolia (08049) William Sapp of Medford (08055) Gisele Englehart of Moorestown (08057) Brooke Wentzel of Pitman (08071) Ethan Szczepanek of Cinnaminson (08077) Katherine Massaro of Shamong (08088) Megan Steltz of Tabernacle (08088)... Read more →


3 Cops Involved in a Shootout at Academy Park HS Charged with Manslaughter in Connection with Death of 8-Year-Old

Media, PA (January 18, 2022)– District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer today announced the filing of criminal charges against three Sharon Hill Police officers in connection with the death of eight-year-old Fanta Bility and the wounding of three others on August 27, 2021. Officers Devon Smith, Sean Dolan, and Brian Devaney are each charged with a total of twelve (12) criminal counts of manslaughter and reckless endangerment for their actions that night. “From the moment the call came in on August 27th, my team of investigators and prosecutors has worked tirelessly to achieve justice for Fanta and the other victims of that... Read more →


"9 Days for Life”

ARCHBISHOP NELSON J. PÉREZ ENCOURAGES FAITHFUL TO PARTICIPATE IN THE “9 DAYS FOR LIFE” INITIATIVE CALLING FOR AN END TO ABORTION “9 Days for Life” is a national initiative sponsored by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops; it will take place January 19-27, 2022 Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez encourages faithful throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to join in solidarity with Catholics from throughout the country by prayerful participation in “9 Days for Life,” a pro-life novena sponsored by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). On January 22, 2022, our nation marks the 49th anniversary of Roe v.... Read more →


Gloucester City Public Works Department Seeking Applicants for Position of Laborer, Salary $35,483

Gloucester City Public Works Department is seeking applicants for the position of Laborer. Starting Salary is $35,483. Applicants must be a resident of Gloucester City and possess a valid New Jersey Driver's License. This is a full-time position with a chance for advancement. Applicants may apply via email to Public Works Superintendent Alex Tedesco Tedesco@cityofGloucester.org ++++ An application can be obtained at the Gloucester City Municipal Building 512 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Duties are described on the New Jersey Civil Service website under local job title 02248 (advertising space donated as a public service by CNBNews https://www.gloucestercitynews.net ) Read more →


GOTCHA! Philadelphia CBP Intercepts Fake COVID Vax Card -

One of 30K Seized Nationally January 14, 2022 PHILADELPHIA – Sometimes things are just too easy. CBP officers found this fake COVID vaccination card, one of 30,000 CBP seized nationally. On Saturday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers were conducting routine international parcel inspections for dangerous, illegal, or prohibited products when they encountered an obviously counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card. CBP officers immediately noted the vaccination card’s poor print quality, unclear logos of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS), and uneven borders. While fake vaccination cards are selling for as much as... Read more →


Philadelphia CBP Knocks Out Shipment of Dangerous Ketamine

Concealed inside Boxing Mats destined to N.C. Release Date: January 14, 2022 PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia Customs and Border Protection officers were no lightweights when they beat the North Carolina consignee to the punch and delivered a knockout blow to nearly seven pounds of dangerous ketamine on January 5. CBP officers discovered ketamine, which is a dangerous substance that is used as a club drug and in sexual assaults while inspecting a shipment manifested as “Boxing Wall Mats” from the Netherlands. CBP officers didn’t pull any punches. They immediately detected an anomaly when they x-rayed the shipment of two-floor boxing mats.... Read more →


Attention Gloucester County Residents!!! Rabid Raccoon in Deptford Township

(Deptford Township, NJ) – Residents in the vicinity of 200 Ogden Road, Deptford Township should be aware that a raccoon tested positive on January 10, 2022. There were no animals or humans exposed. The Gloucester County Health Department would like to remind you to be aware of this incident and take appropriate safety measures for all children and pets. Rabies is a deadly disease caused by a virus in the saliva of infected animals. If left untreated can cause death. Post-exposure treatment is needed immediately. All pet owners are urged to check the vaccination status of their pets. Residents should... Read more →


Camden County Commissioners Expands Covid Testing

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Board of Commissioners continues to expand testing capacity in the new year as demand is extremely high and COVID-19 cases have significantly increased across the region. The Board has opened new test sites at the Charles DePalma Public Works complex, the county complex at 2600 Mt. Ephraim Avenue in Camden City, and now lists three more locations by CAMCare Health Corporation. These new sites are being commissioned in tandem with the other county sites that are already operating at the Camden County Health Hub and Cooper testing locations. “Right now, the demand for testing is... Read more →


The Ultimate Guide to Selecting an Oversized Throw Blanket for Couch

Have you ever felt the need to spruce up your living room with a new throw blanket for a couch? If so, then this is the article for you! Here we will be discussing all of the best features and benefits of oversized blankets. We'll tell you how they work wonders in any space, so read on if you're interested in picking out one today. Oversized throw blankets for the couch are the perfect item to bring a new sense of style and comfort into your living room. They're available in tons of different colors, sizes, patterns, and more! Oversized... Read more →


Gloucester County Animal Shelter at Full Capacity, Please Consider Adopting One of These Precious Dogs

Full kennels at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter (Clayton, NJ)—The Gloucester County Animal Shelter’s kennel is full of animals looking for their forever homes! “We have a lot of dogs at the shelter patiently waiting for homes. There’s a match for everyone,” said Director Frank J. DiMarco. “We are committed to finding each animal their perfect home. We will always prioritize the well-being of the animals when finding their forever families.” Director Frank J. DiMarco is the liaison to the shelter and would like to remind residents that adoption fees remain only $35.00 for dogs and cats 5 years and... Read more →


Scottish Rite Auditorium welcomes Live At The Fillmore, a Tribute to the original Allman Brothers Band

Presented by the Camden County Board of Commissioners in association with BRE and the Borough of Collingswood, the Scottish Rite Auditorium welcomes Live At The Fillmore (The Definitive Tribute to the original Allman Brothers Band) on Saturday, January 29th at 8PM. Doors open at 7 PM, showtime at 8 PM. Tickets go on sale September 30th at 10AM Tickets are $19, $39 and $25 Tickets Available from: www.ticketmaster.com or by phone at 1-800-745-3000 COVID-19 Updates There are new protocols in place, per the Camden County Department of Health for all indoor events at the Scottish Rite Auditorium (Collingswood, NJ) until... Read more →


Attention Gloucester County Residents: COVID-19 Testing moving to Swedesboro Public Works

The Gloucester County COVID-19 Testing Site is moving to the Swedesboro Public Works Bays, 141 Glen Echo Drive Swedesboro, effective January 18. The Gloucester County COVID-19 Testing Site is a partnership with the New jersey Department of Health and Vault Health. All testing is done by Vault Health. Vault Health will administer PCR and Rapid testing. Individuals do not need ID or insurance to receive a COVID-19 test. Appointments are mandatory for all individuals looking to receive a COVID-19 test at the Gloucester County COVID-19 Testing Site. To make an appointment please visit: https://NJcovidtestingappt.as.me/Gloucester Vault Health is working to establish... Read more →


Rowan University’s College of Performing Arts Presents One-Night-Only Performance by AXIS Dance Company

Photo Credit: David DeSilva, Dancers Yuko Monden Juma, JanpiStar, Sonsherée Giles, Louisa Mann, DeMarco Sleeper, 2021. Photo Courtesy of AXIS Dance Company. Live In-Person Performance: February 19, at 8 pm Pfleeger Concert Hall GLASSBORO, NJ—Rowan University’s College of Performing Arts, home of the Marie Rader Presenting Series, is thrilled to present a one-night-only performance by AXIS Dance Company, one of the nation’s most acclaimed ensembles of disabled and non-disabled performers. Founded in 1987 and based in Oakland, CA, AXIS creates powerful productions that challenge perceptions, and redefine dance and disability. As part of their national tour for 2021-22, AXIS will... Read more →


Fatal Shooting at Maple Shade Fox Meadow Apartments

MAPLE SHADE, NJ (January 17, 2022)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Maple Shade Police Chief Christopher J. Fletcher announced that a 32-year-old resident of the Fox Meadow apartments in Maple Shade was fatally shot last night in the parking lot of the complex. The investigation began after officers from the Maple Shade Police Department were called to the apartment complex just before 6:30 p.m. for a report of shots fired. The victim, Ezekiel Sanders Jr., was found on Gardenia Drive with gunshot wounds and taken by ambulance to Jefferson Hospital in Cherry Hill, where he was pronounced dead at 7:20... Read more →


PA Continues to Move US Sports Betting Forward

In something of a frustrating case of déjà vu, many of the biggest sporting events around the world are once again facing the risk of postponements and cancellations because of rising numbers once again – despite this many online sportsbooks are thriving with ever growing numbers as players look to the likes of this Ladbrokes review for events still going ahead. With all of the excitement from an uptake in the biggest sports, however, also comes the excitement for new services being launched across the US with changing legislation, and Pennsylvania continues to be a leader within the US for... Read more →


Wreaths Across America Announce New Theme and New "TEACH the Next Generation" Curriculum

National Nonprofit Wreaths Across America Announces New Theme and Planned Curriculum to TEACH the Next Generation in 2022 and Beyond COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine — Jan. 17, 2022 — Each year, millions of Americans come together to REMEMBER the fallen, HONOR those that serve and their families, and TEACH the next generation about the value of freedom. This gathering of volunteers and patriots takes place in local and national cemeteries in all 50 states - most recently at more than 3,100 participating locations - as part of National Wreaths Across America Day. Each year, a new theme is chosen to help... Read more →


Top 6 Different Types of Hats Women Should Wear to Boost Their Style and Confidence

The popularity of hats is growing and people all over the world are choosing them to showcase their fashion statement. The hats can drastically improve your image in society. At the same time, they can protect you from harmful outdoor elements. Some women prefer hats that look beautiful. On the other hand, some women choose them due to their effectiveness and features. Despite your objective, hats are undoubtedly one of the best fashion investments. Not only the felt hats, but other types of fedora and straw hats will also look great if you chose them correctly. However, you need to... Read more →


Rhys R. Lershe Indicted for Attempted Murder, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Terroristic Threats, Theft

Westampton Man Indicted for Attacking Elderly Neighbors, Stealing Car Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 44-year-old Westampton Township man has been indicted for breaking into the home of his elderly next-door neighbors last summer, attacking them in their bedroom and then driving off in their vehicle. A grand jury returned an indictment yesterday charging Rhys R. Lershe with Attempted Murder (First Degree), Robbery (First Degree), two counts of Aggravated Assault (Second Degree), Burglary (Second Degree), Terroristic Threats (Third Degree), Burglary (Third Degree), Theft by Unlawful Taking (Third Degree) and Endangering Another Person (Third Degree). The indictment was signed... Read more →