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

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Rowan's Earns Berth to 2024 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship

GLASSBORO – The Rowan men’s basketball team has earned an at-large berth to the 2024 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship and will face Carnegie Mellon (18-6) in the first round on Friday, March 1, with Catholic University serving as the host. Tip-off is 3:15 p.m. at the DuFour Center. Catholic (23-4) will take on Worcester State (18-9) in Friday’s other game at 5:45 p.m. with the winners meeting on Saturday’s Second Round , which is set for 5:45 p.m. Rowan, 19-7, captured its second straight NJAC regular-season title with a 13-5 conference mark, but was eliminated in the semifinals... Read more →


Happy 85 Birthday to Rick Gonzales! GHS Alum, Navy Vet., Activist, Businessman

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 26, 2024)(CNBNews)--This past Saturday afternoon, a beautiful day, family and friends gathered at the Pine Grove Fire Hall on Jersey Avenue to celebrate a very special occasion - the 85th birthday of Rick Gonzales. Rick, a proud graduate of Gloucester High School, Class of 1960, had a distinguished career serving his country in the United States Navy. After completing his tour of duty, Rick worked tirelessly at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, where he gained valuable skills and experience. Despite his busy schedule, Rick always found time to give back to his community. He was a well-known... Read more →


Jean Moir, 86, of Audubon,

Jean Moir, 86, of Audubon, New Jersey passed away on Feb. 21, 2024 after a brief hospitalization for cancer. Jean was born on March 1, 1937 at home in Audubon to Robert B. Moir and Regina Moir (Martin). Jean was a lifetime resident of Audubon. Jean graduated from Audubon High School in 1951 and participated in the all-girl "Audubon Bon Bons" drum and bugle corp. She played the French horn and was awarded best French horn player during her marching days. After high school she worked her entire career as a legal secretary for several attorneys. She retired in 1997... Read more →


Parking Restrictions for Gloucester City Irish Parade

ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE ROAD CLOSURES / PARKING RESTRICTIONS PARKING RESTRICTIONS On Sunday, March 3st the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will begin on Johnson Blvd. at Monmouth Street at 1:00 pm. The parade will proceed west on Monmouth Street to King Street, then south on King Street to Cumberland Street. In order to accommodate the parade, the following road closures/ no parking will be in place from 10:00 am until the Highway Dept. finishes sweeping the parade route. ROAD CLOSURES Monmouth St. from Johnson Blvd. to Ellis St. (Dead End). Johnson Blvd. from Highland Blvd. to Bergen St. Baynes... Read more →


The American Legion: Five Things to Know, Feb. 26

The American Legion FEB 26, 2024 1. The U.S. and Britain struck 18 Houthi targets in Yemen on Saturday, answering a recent surge in attacks by the Iran-backed militia group on ships in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, including a missile strike this past week that set fire to a cargo vessel. According to U.S. officials, American and British fighter jets hit sites in eight locations, targeting missiles, launchers, rockets, drones and air defense systems. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity in order to provide early details of an ongoing military operation. 2. The Mississippi National Guard... Read more →


Patricia Mick, 71, of Maple Shade

Age 71 of Maple Shade, formerly of Atlantic City, NJ. On February 19, 2024. She is survived by her son John Mick. Graveside services will be celebrated on March 1, 2024, at 10:00 am, in Waterford Memorial Cemetery, 679 Pestleton Rd., Waterford, NJ. There will be no visitation or viewing. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →


PHILADELPHIA POLICE CRIME REPORT Feb. 18 - 22: Nine People Shot, Two Died

PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 25, 2024)(CNBNews)--Philadelphia officer Tanya Little of the Office of Public Affairs released the following Crime Report for the period of February 18 through February 22, 2024. Over those four days, there were nine shootings. Out of that number, two people died. CNBNews graphic files FEBRUARY 18, 2024 26th District, 1xx Diamond Street Double Shooting Time: 1:48 AM - Victim #1: 19-year-old female, shot three times in the right arm. Transported to Temple University Hospital by police and in stable condition. - Victim #2: 41-year-old male, shot eight times throughout the body. Transported by police to Temple University... Read more →


GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC SAYS THANK YOU!

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 25, 2024)(CNBNews)Gloucester Catholic Principal Tom Iacovone wishes to thank all alumni and supporters who made a gift to the GCHS Roof Repair Fund. Donations to this campaign will help us begin construction next month to repair the roof on the wing that houses Alumni Hall, classrooms and administrative offices. The Roof Repair Campaign exceeded our goal of $75,000, and we thank all of our supporters! Development Office Update February 2024 Christmas Appeal 2023 Campaign -THANK YOU for all who made a contribution to this year’s Christmas Appeal. As we close out our Christmas Appeal 2023 Campaign,... Read more →


Michael M. Lopez-Medina of Woodbury, Arrested for Three Arson Fires

WOODBURY, NJ (February 25, 2024)--On Sunday, February 11, 2024, during the early morning hours, the Woodbury City Police Department and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, as the result of an exhaustive joint investigation, arrested 19-year-old Michael M. Lopez-Medina of Woodbury. Lopez-Medina was linked to the following three (3) arson fires within the City of Woodbury: February 1, 2024 - Vehicle Fire - Salem Avenue February 3, 2024 - Shed Fire - Carriage House Apartments, 568 N. Evergreen Avenue February 7, 2024 – Structure Fire - Sketch Player’s Club, 433 Glover Street Lopez-Medina has been charged with the following offenses: (3)... Read more →


Michael C. Costello, of Haddon Township; Member of Carpenters Local #393

Haddon Township - Age 69, on February 20, 2024, surrounded by family. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Ellen B. Costello (nee Rab), cherished father of Michael R. (Lynn) and Shawn F. (Bret). Devoted grandfather of Lauren, Amanda, and Lana. CNBNews graphic files Michael was born in Camden and raised in Haddon Township. Michael was a graduate of Haddon Township High School class of 1973 and a long time resident was Haddon Twp. Michael started his career as a proud and dedicated union carpenter in 1978. He joined Local Carpenter’s Union Local #393 in Gloucester City and... Read more →


MISSING PERSON Raul Silverstre Yat Yula

RELATED: MISSING PERSON The Philadelphia Police Department seeks your assistance in locating 16-year-old Raul Silverstre Yat Yuja, who was last seen on February 19, 2024, at 22XX South 5th Street. Raul, a recent resident of Philadelphia for just two months, frequents the park at 5th and Wolf Street. Raul is described as 4’7” tall, weighs 130 lbs, and has brown eyes and black hair. Unfortunately, the description of his clothing is unknown at this time. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Raul Silverstre Yat Yuja, please contact South Detectives at 215-686-3013 or dial 911 immediately. Read more →


MISSING: Ziah Mumin, 12, of Philadelphia

RELATED: MISSING PERSON Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating 12-year-old Ziah Mumin, who was last seen leaving her residence at 67XX Glenloch Street this morning on February 18th, 2024, at 10:00 AM. Ziah is described as 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 110 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing tan pants, a black shirt, and a pink scarf, and was carrying a black bag. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Ziah Mumin is urged to contact the Northeast Detective Division at 215-686-3153/54 or dial 911. Read more →


Three Shot in Willingboro, No One Arrested

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw and Willingboro Township Acting Public Safety Director Captain Ian Bucs announced that three people were shot last night in the Buckingham Park section of Willingboro Township. The incident occurred at approximately 8:15 p.m. at a residence in the first block of Buttercup Lane. The victims were adult males. They were taken to Cooper University Hospital in Camden and are expected to survive. No arrests have been made. The names of the victims and further details are being withheld at this point of the investigation, which is being conducted by the Willingboro Township Police Department... Read more →


Gloucester City Shamrock Celebration Friday 3/1/24; Irish Parade Sunday 3/3/24 (VIDEO)

At the 2018 parade, Monsignor Hodge entertained the crowd in front of St. Mary's Church with his version of the Mummers Strut. In the background on the left is Bishop Guilfoyle. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 24, 2024)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Shamrock Celebration is Friday evening, March 1, starting at 6 PM. Guest of Honor, parade's Grand Marshall, Rev. Monsignor Bill Hodge, the founder of the event and the former pastor of St. Mary's Parish in Gloucester City. He has since retired from that position. The parade is on Sunday, March 3, starting at 1 PM. ========================== RELATED photos of the 2018... Read more →


Home Country: For Retirement You Need A Wife, & A TV Set

Written by Slim Randles Ran into Herb Collins the other day down by the school. He volunteers there, from time to time, helping kids with their math homework, and trying to recruit future members of The Great World of Business. He loved business, back in the days when he lived in the city and ran the pawn shop. For years now, ever since he hung up his jeweler’s loupe, he’s told us that there was an excitement to making the right deal. “It has to be right for the customer and for me, or it isn’t right at all,” Herb... Read more →


Joseph James Huntley, 81 of Williamstown, formerly from Brooklawn

Joseph James Huntley, 81 of Williamstown, formerly from Brooklawn, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 14, 2024. Legacy He was a loving and caring husband, dad, grandpop, brother, uncle, and friend. He enjoyed muscle cars and fast boats, drags at Atco, and Nascar. Joe served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Family He is the beloved husband of 50 wonderful years Catherine "Kitty" Huntley (nee Gormley). Devoted father of Shannon M. Welch (Sean). Treasured grandpop of Ryan, John, and Catriona. Son of the late Margaret Smith and James Huntley. Dear brother of Fran (Jack) and brother-in-law of... Read more →


The 2024 Cardiac Rehab Persons of the Year Awards

The 2024 Cardiac Rehab Persons of 2024 It’s the leading cause of death in the United States - heart disease - with someone having a heart attack every 40 seconds. Statistics show approximately 1 in 5 of these patients will be readmitted to the hospital for a second cardiac event within five years - but this doesn’t have to be the case. Cardiac rehabilitation can’t change the past, but experts say, it can absolutely help to improve a patient’s future. Just ask this year’s Cardiac Rehab Persons of the Year Award winners - Chrisanne Belina and Lawrence Freirich. “Like so... Read more →


Letters to the Ed; Time Has Come to Fix the Sweeper Problem in Gloucester City

Let’s stop trying to sweep the “sweeper problem” under the rug. Is it really necessary to sweep the high-density areas located on the west side of town once a week where citizens have “no driveways” to move their cars off the street? Many areas on the East Side of town have driveways and have their streets cleaned once a month! Does this make sense? We have more “No Parking” signs per block than in NYC. Many local communities post temporary “No Parking Signs” 6 to 8 months a year when they sweep their streets. Most of the housing stock west... Read more →


Unlocking the metaverse: how crypto transforms asset ownership

The metaverse, a digital space where virtual and physical worlds come together, has fascinated both tech enthusiasts and visionaries. As this digital environment grows, the idea of owning things within the metaverse is becoming a significant focus. We'll explore questions like how you can own a part of the metaverse and understand the role of cryptocurrency in this transformation. This blog post takes a closer look at the metaverse and its developing economy, emphasizing the crucial role played by crypto. What is the metaverse? The metaverse, a term used to describe a collective virtual shared space, brings together augmented reality... Read more →


Former Mount Laurel Police Officer Indicted

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a grand jury returned a 97-count indictment against a former Mount Laurel police officer who was charged in 2022 with hacking into the social media accounts of multiple women and distributing nude images they kept of themselves. Ayron Taylor, 24, of Moorestown, was indicted on 54 counts of Elements of Computer Theft (Second and Third Degrees), 21 counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, including Distribution of Child Pornography (Second and Third Degrees), 19 counts of Invasion of Privacy (Second and Third Degrees), two counts of Attempted Elements of Computer Theft... Read more →


Information Regarding Senior Freeze & Tax Credit Info for New Jersey Residents

Senior Freeze: Property Tax Relief for Seniors and Disabled Persons The Senior Freeze property tax reimbursement program provides eligible seniors and disabled persons with reimbursements for property tax or mobile home park site fee increases. Applicants must be 65 or older as of December 31, 2022, or receiving federal Social Security disability benefits by that date. Applicants must also have owned their home by December 31, 2019 and have paid all property taxes for 2022 and 2023. The household income cap for the 2023 benefit is $163,050. The application deadline for the 2023 benefit is October 31, 2024. Learn More... Read more →


Rowan U's GRACE FENTON of Gcity, Selected to NFHCA National Academic Squad

CORRECTION! GLASSBORO, NJ - The nationally-ranked Rowan field hockey team was well-represented in the academic honors that were announced by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA). The Profs had 16 student-athletes named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad, with five of them being named NFHCA Grace Fenton (Jr.), Gloucester City Scholars of Distinction. Selected as NFHCA Division III Scholars of Distinction, which honors those achieving a grade-point average of 3.9 or higher through the Fall semester, were juniors Erin Flynn and Madison Murray, sophomore Sidney Pavlishin and freshmen Lindsey Renshaw and Mari Tirado. The NFHCA National Academic Squad recognizes... Read more →


Big Six Casino Game Strategy: The Secret to Playing Big Six Like A Pro

Big Six is an exciting and popular game of chance, similar to the Wheel of Fortune, that is played in many casinos. The game features large wheels that can measure six feet or more in height, making it an eye-catching attraction for players. However, it is also known to be a difficult game to win, with relatively low chances of success. Despite this, players can still have a lot of fun, and many online casinos offer bets for as low as $1, with the potential for high payouts. To increase your chances of winning, it is important to understand the... Read more →


Collecting Vinyl Records: Tips for Beginners and Enthusiasts

For many, collecting vinyl records is more than just a hobby; it's a lifestyle. The thrill of hunting down a rare release, the joy of spinning a newly acquired LP, and the camaraderie among fellow collectors, all contribute to the unique allure of vinyl. Whether you're a novice just starting or an enthusiast looking to expand your collection, this guide from VinylBossMusic is here to provide valuable tips and insights to help you on your vinyl journey. Building Your Collection: Strategies for Finding Hidden Gems and Classics The first step in any vinyl quest is building a collection. But where... Read more →


Senator Booker Tours African Health Clinic

U.S. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey Tours CFK Africa Health Clinic in Kenya Booker visits Tabitha Medical Clinic in Kibera, Africa’s largest informal settlement NAIROBI, KENYA – CFK Africa, an international nonprofit with offices in Kenya and the U.S., hosted U.S. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey on Monday, Feb. 19, at its health clinic serving residents of Kibera, Africa’s largest informal settlement situated on the outskirts of Nairobi. Booker visited CFK Africa’s Tabitha Medical Clinic, a full-scale medical facility in the heart of Kibera, Kenya, that hosts one of the largest urban infectious disease surveillance platforms established by... Read more →


Chronic Stress Increases Risks for Cancer, Stroke, Heart Disease

Newswise — Stress is inevitable. But too much of it can be terrible for our health. Chronic stress can increase our risk for heart disease and strokes. It may also help cancer spread. How this works has remained a mystery—a challenge for cancer care. Xue-Yan He, a former postdoc in Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) Adjunct Professor Mikala Egeblad’s lab, says, “Stress is something we cannot really avoid in cancer patients. You can imagine if you are diagnosed, you cannot stop thinking about the disease or insurance or family. So it is very important to understand how stress works on... Read more →


Responsible Gambling - Tips and Tools for Staying in Control

Gambling, whether online or in traditional settings, offers a form of entertainment that millions around the world enjoy. However, maintaining control over this activity is crucial to ensure it remains a source of enjoyment and does not escalate into a problem. Responsible gambling involves understanding the risks, recognizing the early signs of problem gambling, and utilizing various tools and resources to stay in control. This blog post delves into the importance of responsible gambling, offering practical advice and highlighting the support available to those who need it. Setting Limits One of the foundational steps in practicing responsible gambling is setting... Read more →


Sandra E (Wood) Sellers, of Gloucester City

February 23, 1951 — January 22, 2024 Gloucester City, NJ Legends say that butterflies float free of time, carrying our hopes for love, joy, and celebration. The Butterfly's delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning, and that laughter is life's sweetest creation. The butterfly counts not months but moments and has time enough. Sandra E. Sellers (nee Wood) found her home to be the starting place of love, hope, and dreams. It's where love resides, memories are created, friends always belong, and laughter never ends. Sandy was a bit sassy, a... Read more →


Food Bank of South Jersey and State Farm are Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Food insecurity can happen at any moment. The sudden loss of a job, an illness or an unexpected rise in healthcare or utility costs can all destructively impact someone’s ability to put food on the table. Unfortunately, 812,000 New Jersey residents struggle with hunger, according to Feeding America. Nearly 200,000 of these residents are children. Fortunately, the Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ) creates an immediate solution to hunger by providing food to people in need through local partner agencies across Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. Founded in 1985, FBSJ also teaches people to eat nutritiously and helps them... Read more →


Joseph Z. Acerbo Sr. , 89, of Bellmawr

Joseph Z. Acerbo, Sr., 89, of Bellmawr, NJ, passed away peacefully on February 21, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. Joe was the beloved husband of 66 years to Elizabeth “Betty” (nee Mancini). Loving father of Joseph Z. Acerbo, Jr. (Barbara) of Mt. Laurel, NJ, Nancy Acerbo of Ventnor, NJ, and the late Susan Acerbo. Cherished and adored Pop-Pop of Gina Marie (Dave) Acerbo-Klotz, Nicole Elizabeth Acerbo (Sean Walsh), and Joseph Z. Acerbo, III. Dear brother of Theresa, Angie, the late Philomena, the late Anthony and the late Mary, and brother-in-law to Dominic Paul, the late Joseph, the late Marie... Read more →


GCHS Hall of Fame Banquet; Tickets on Sale

CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic High School will host its 2nd Annual Hall of Fame Banquet on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 at Auletto’s Sunset Ballroom in Almonesson, NJ, the Hall of Fame Executive Committee has announced. The Inductees of this prestigious class include: Arts/Academics/Educators Dr. William Peranteau ’93 Dr. David Coghlan (Posthumous) Joe Gorman ’72 Elizabeth Reilly, J.D. ’69 Special Recognition Patrick Peyton ’77 Athletics Bernadette McGlade ’76, Girls Basketball Johnny Gaudreau ’11, Ice Hockey Joe Fields ’71, Football Trish McNutt-Green ’82, Girls Basketball Teams 1971 Football Team (Class of 1972) 2000 Baseball Team (Class of 2000) 1998 Girls Soccer Team (Class of... Read more →


Gustafson Seeks First Congressional Seat

Claire“I put time, effort, sweat and treasure into building an organization, always supporting other candidates and campaigns.” COLLINGSWOOD – Claire Gustafson Republican candidate for Congress today formally declared her candidacy for United States House of Representatives in New Jersey’s First Congressional District on video via social media and on her campaign website, clairefornj.com. “It’s true. This is a tough district.” Claire Gustafson said, “That’s why I put time, effort, sweat and treasure into building an organization, always supporting other candidates and campaigns.” Gustafson continued, “It’s not that any of the others in this race are bad, anyone is better than... Read more →


Fifth-Seeded TCNJ Over Top-Seeded Rowan

GLASSBORO, NJ - Top-seeded Rowan couldn’t overcome fifth-seeded TCNJ as the Profs fell in the semifinals of the 2024 NJAC Men’s Basketball Championship, 79-73. The defending champion Profs (19-7) will now await a possible at-large selection to the NCAA Tournament, which will be announced on Monday. TCNJ moves on to play second-seeded Stockton in the conference title game on Saturday, as the Ospreys defeated Montclair State, 91-77. Nick Koch (25 points) and Matthew Okurie (21 points) led the Lions (18-8). Khalif Meares, the league’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year, had 21 points to lead the Profs, with NJAC Player of... Read more →


NJ Has The Highest Property Taxes In The Nation Thanks To Tax & Spend Democrats

GLOUCESTERCITYNEWS.NET GRAPHIC FILE Out of 30 Communities with the highest property taxes, Gloucester City was Named #23 Again! ~CNBNews report (The Center Square) (February 21, 2024)(CNBNews)— New Jersey homeowners pay the highest property taxes in the country, according to a new report by the personal finance website WalletHub. The Garden State has the highest property taxes in the U.S., according to the report – 2024's Property Taxes by State, which also includes Washington D.C. The annual tax on a $401,410 median home value in New Jersey is $9,345. ================= ====================. WalletHub compared U.S. Census Bureau data for the 50 states... Read more →


CELEBRATE NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY IN THE GREATER PHILADELPHIA REGION

AT THESE 16 TOP RESTAURANTS AND BARS Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia and Suburban restaurants and bars will celebrate the region’s love of margs with National Margarita Day on Thursday, February 22, 2024. From classic to flavored, on the rocks to frozen, from salt rims to sugar, and everything in between, area restaurants will roll out specials and features all day with everything from $20 pitchers, special flavors, marg flights, unique flavors, food features and happy hours. It is the second most popular holiday for marg lovers outside of Cinco de Mayo! Save the date and come thirsty and hungry for... Read more →


DOT Closing Sections of Rt 42 Thurs.; Parts of Rt. 295 Closed Friday

Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound to be closed and detoured Thursday night I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed Friday night (Trenton) – Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound is scheduled to be closed and detoured Thursday night, and the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, is scheduled to be closed Friday night as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Thursday, February 22 Beginning at 10 p.m. tomorrow, Thursday, February 22 until 5 a.m. Friday, February 23, the Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to... Read more →


How To Choose The Best Football Bookmaker In The UK

In the UK, football is the most popular type of sports betting, so finding football bookmakers in the UK can be stressful due to the amount of options you have. Some would class this as a good stress to have. Meanwhile, some punters seek free bets in their quest for sports betting, while others desire a higher betting limit. With so much variation, it can be hard to determine what the overall best bookmakers are in the UK for betting on football. Because of this, we’ve created a guide for you to follow so you can make the decision yourself... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Hiring Special Law Enforcement Officer (Part Time) – Class 1

Duties & Requirements: Under direction of a supervisor, Special Officers will perform varied types of traffic and security details; other related duties as required. Part time hours vary between day, night, weekends, and holidays Gloucester Township residents preferred Salary: $17.00 PER HOUR APPOINTEES WILL BE REQUIRED TO POSSESS A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE IN NEW JERSEY EXTENSIVE BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, PHYSICAL INCLUDING DRUG TESTING, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAM WILL BE CONDUCTED TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF HIRING PROCESS THE “POLICE SUPPORT” JOB APPLICATION MUST BE FILLED OUT FOR CONSIDERATION FOR THIS POSITION. Applications may be obtained by clicking here to... Read more →


*YOU'RE INVITED! Gloucester City Republican Committee 4th Annual Spring Kick-Off Dinner

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 21, 2024)--The Gloucester City Republican Committee will hold its 4th Annual Spring Kick-Off Dinner on May 2nd at Vitale's Italian Bistro at 942 Ninth Street. The public is encouraged to purchase tickets by April 25th. BUY TICKETS To book tickets online, GO HERE Or mail a check to Gloucester City Republican Committee c/o Jason Fanning, Treasurer PO Box 405, Gloucester City 08030 Enter "Vitales" in the memo line (space donated by CNBNews) Read more →


Special Price for Center City on Stage Tickets

Center City District has partnered with several of Philadelphia’s nationally recognized performing arts organizations to offer exclusive promotional discounts on tickets during Center City on Stage. For two weeks only, beginning February 21 through March 6, theatergoers can take advantage of buy one, get one half-off tickets to performances hosted across Center City through the end of the current 23/24 season. See below for the full list of participating theaters and performing arts groups and to view the full schedule of more than 20 discounted shows, visit the Center City on Stage page. BalletX Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia Lantern Theater... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: New Mexico Officer Stabbed to Death

Patrol Officer Jonah Hernandez Las Cruces Police Department, New Mexico End of Watch Sunday, February 11, 2024 Patrol Officer Jonah Hernandez was stabbed to death while responding to a trespassing call at the 300 block of South Valley Drive in Las Cruces. A witness to the stabbing shot the suspect while another witness called 911 for help. Officer Hernandez was transported to MountainView Regional Medical Center where he died from a knife wound to his neck. The subject had a lengthy criminal record and mental illness. Officer Hernandez had served with the Las Cruces Police Department for two years. His... Read more →


Lawnside Gospel Party; Tickets Are on Sale

The Lawnside Historical Society and Grace Temple Baptist Church present a Gospel Celebration on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. featuring Gospel ensemble Heaven Sent and vocalists Thelma Isaac and Sister Hope Bates. Doors open at 2 p.m. The event at the Wayne Bryant Community Center, 323 E. Charleston Ave., will benefit the Peter Mott House Underground Railroad Museum. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Mott House, or with the QR Code or by calling 856-546-8850. Vendors will be on hand including caterer Sea and Sizzle selling meals. Photo courtesy of Heaven Sent A brief excerpt of... Read more →


How to Evaluate and Choose the Best Football Tipster for You

Looking for the best football tipster? It's not as simple as picking the one with the most wins. You've got to dig a little deeper, understand their strategies, and see if they align with your betting style. A good tipster can make all the difference in your betting success. But how do you separate the wheat from the chaff? You'll need to evaluate their track record, consistency, and value for money. Why You Need a Football Tipster Even if you're a serious football fan with in-depth knowledge about the game, you might wonder why you'd need a football tipster. Well,... Read more →


Countdown On For 2024 Cheltenham Festival 


The eyes of the world will be on Cheltenham Racecourse between March 12-15 - the biggest week of the year in Jumps racing. The best National Hunt horses compete in 28 races across the four days of the meeting. Here is a look at some of the big storylines to look out for across the week for those tuning into the meeting. Galopin Des Champs Set to Defend His Crown Irish horse Galopin Des Champs went into last year's Cheltenham Gold Cup with a huge reputation, and he lived up to it with an excellent performance, scoring by nine lengths.... Read more →


The Philadelphia 76ers: A Season of Strategy and Resilience

Picture Credit As the 2023-24 NBA season unfolds, the Philadelphia 76ers have been in the spotlight, demonstrating a mix of strategic roster moves and individual player achievements that have kept fans on the edge of their seats. The team, navigating through the challenges of the season, has shown resilience, making notable acquisitions and facing the temporary loss of key players to injury. Strategic Acquisitions and Roster Moves The 76ers made headlines for being active participants at the NBA trade deadline, securing Buddy Hield from the Indiana Pacers, a move anticipated to significantly bolster the team's performance for the remainder of... Read more →


Jean Eller, longtime Gloucester City Resident

On February 18, 2024, at the age of 84, Jean passed away peacefully at home in Gloucester City surrounded by her family. She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Amber (Broadwater) Hagan. Jean was predeceased by her beloved husband of 67 years, Wayne M. Eller, Sr., Devoted Mother to Teresa Clements (William), Wayne Eller, Jr. (Regina), Kenneth Eller (Kelly), William Eller (Noreen) and Joseph Eller (Kara). Jean is also survived by her 20 cherished grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren; sister, Joan Gundle and many nieces and nephews. Jean was a lifelong resident of Gloucester City. She loved being with... Read more →


Donald C. Gibbs Jr., Longtime Nurse and EMT; K of C #674

West Deptford - passed away on February 15, 2024 at the age of 64. Predeceased by his wife of 41 years Karen Gibbs (Sbalcio); father Donald C. Gibbs, Sr., Survived by his cherished children, Brett (Julia) and Brittany Gibbs; devoted mother, Georgeanna Gibbs, dear sister Bridgett, Brenda (Steve) Erika (Dean), Nicole (Randy) and brother Kirk (Dawn). Loved by many cousins, nieces and nephews and in-laws. Donald graduated from nursing school in 1985 and worked as a Registered nurse since 1986. Before that Don worked as an EMT for North Wildwood Beach Patrol and he also worked as a Respiratory Therapist.... Read more →