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

Rams win 20th NJSIAA State Baseball Title

HAMILTON, NJ (JUNE 9, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--The local Gloucester Catholic Rams Boys Baseball team won a State record 20th title, against St. Mary's of Rutherford, at Veterans Park, Hamilton, (Mercer County) behind a two-hit pitching performance by Senior Tanner Nolan. photo credit Desiree Hoguet Gloucester City resident and GCHS player Guy Lynam made this a 6-inning Mercy Rule 10 - 0 win when he hit a 2-run home run in the top of the sixth. Poor defense... Read more →



WILLIAM E. CLEARY SR. | CNBNEWS EDITOR RUMOR UNTRUE- We heard a story that the Cold Springs Pre-School program was closing because the state was cutting the funding for IT. In 2018 the Philadelphia Eagles were in the Super Bowl, and the Cold Spring Students spelled out EAGLES in support of the team. (photo from CNBNews photo file) We contacted Gloucester City School Superintendent Sean Gorman and received this response. THE rumors about the preschool... Read more →

Selma M. Toal, of Gloucester City

Gloucester City, NJ. It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Selma Toal. Selma passed peacefully in her home on June 6th, 2023. Born November 13th, 1927, in Philadelphia, PA. she was the daughter of the late Theodore and Stella (Solomon) Clay. Selma was also predeceased by her husband, Joseph Toal on May 6th, 1997. She is survived by her loving children, Lisa Toal O'Grady, Joseph Toal, Jr. (Deborah), Sean Toal,... Read more →

Florence E. Wirtz of Mount Holly, formerly of Mt. Ephraim

Florence E. Wirtz of Mount Holly passed away on Thursday, June 1, 2023. She was 86. Daughter to the late William and Caroline Zeisweiss, Florence was born in Mount Ephraim, NJ on December 11, 1936. As a Navy wife, Florence spent most of her adult life traveling across the country to where her husband Robert was stationed. Florence loved to travel, and loved to go on cruises. She was passionate about the outdoors and spent... Read more →

Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board June 21 Meeting Agenda

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 9, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--The Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board next regular meeting is Wednesday, June 21, at 7:30 PM in Council Chambers at the Police Administration Building, 313 Monmouth Street. The swearing-in of Patrick Gartland, a new Class II Member with his term expiring December 2023, is on the agenda. Other items include: Hearings on development applications, specifically Blulight CRE Gloucester City LCC, 401 N. Broadway-Block 7-Lot 1. Also, Meridia Gloucester 101, Urban Renewal... Read more →

Philadelphia Crime Report: Two Men Shot in the Head, One Dies

Philadelphia at dusk (CNBNews file, photo credit unknown) PHILADELPHIA, PA (JUNE 9, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--Below, you will find the overnight incidents. Keep in mind that this information is preliminary and subject to change. There is no further information on these incidents at this time. Death/ Shiitubg - Investigation - 31XX North 28th Street 39TH DIST...31XX N 28TH ST, INSIDE (7:47A)...2ND FLR FRONT BEDROOM... B/M, 39YRS, WAS SHOT 1X IN THE HEAD... PRONOUNCED ON SCENE BY MEDIC #4... Read more →

Resorts Casino Hotel: Jam Packed Summer Ahead

Performances by The 5th Dimension, Disco Inferno, The Doo Wop Project & more ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (June 8, 2023) – A legendary entertainment lineup is slated for this summer at the Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel with The 5th Dimension on Friday, June 23rd, Disco Inferno scheduled for every Sunday beginning June 25th and The Doo Wop Project on Friday, July 21st. Other performances throughout the summer include North To Shore Presents: Remember Jones... Read more →

Face of Defense:

Swedesboro native continues tradition of service under the sea

By Megan Brown, Navy Office of Community Outreach KINGS BAY, Ga. – Submariners make up only 10 percent of the U.S. Navy’s personnel, but they play a critical role in carrying out one of the Defense Department’s most important missions: strategic deterrence. Petty Officer 1st Class Robert Cox, a native of Swedesboro, New Jersey, is one of the sailors continuing a 123-year tradition of service under the sea to help ensure Americans’ safety. Photo by... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: University of Alabama

Dean's, President's Lists Students Named for UA Fall 2022 Term TUSCALOOSA, AL (06/08/2023)-- A total of 12,791 students enrolled during Fall Semester 2022 at The University of Alabama were named to the dean's list with an academic record of 3.5 (or above) or the president's list with an academic record of 4.0 (all A's). These driven students are making waves across UA's more than 70 undergraduate programs and 12 colleges and schools. The UA dean's... Read more →

New Jersey's Special Olympics Summer Games Are Here

Athletes Return to State-Level Competition Ewing, NJ – Special Olympics New Jersey (SONJ) is happy to announce the marquee event of the competition year and culmination of months of hard work by thousands of athletes, returns to the campus of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) this weekend. SONJ Summer Games takes place from Friday, June 9 through Sunday, June 11. Over 2,000 athletes and Unified partners from across the Garden State, representing all 21... Read more →


Not in Our Town

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 8, 2023)(CNBNews)When it comes to the growing, processing and sale of marijuana some towns are saying "Over here, we want it." Other towns are saying "not in my backyard." Unfortunately, there are some towns where the residents don't want the pot in their town but the city/borough leaders do. Pot is taxed, providing more money for our leaders to spend. Woodbury Heights is one of those... Read more →

Empty Bank Building in Woodbury Hts. Destroyed by Fire

photo credit Dorothy Philpin/CNBNews reporter WOODBURY HEIGHTS, NJ (June 8, 2023)(CNBNews)-A commercial building in Woodbury Heights, NJ was destroyed by a fire on June 6th, according to .The building was previously home to a Nova Bank branch and sits behind the Hollywood Café restaurant on Elm Ave, near the Route 45 intersection. Although the building was planned to be a cannabis dispensary, the Woodbury Heights Zoning Board denied those plans earlier this year in... Read more →

Maryland Fishing Report: Remember Striped Bass Longer Than 31 Inches Must Be Released

Related: CNB Hunting/Fishing June 7, 2023 Kristen D’Amore-Benko caught and released this 40-inch striped bass in the surf on Assateague Island in mid-May. Remember that under new coastwide regulations, striped bass longer than 31 inches in length must be released. Photo courtesy Kristen D’Amore-Benko Graduations and school dismissals are setting our younger anglers free to spend more time outdoors. Be sure to carve out time for some fishing adventures in Maryland’s varied waters. Maryland will... Read more →

Air Quality Reaches Hazardous Levels in Delaware Due to Canadian Wildfires

DNREC, DHSS Advises New Castle County Residents to Stay Indoors, and Kent and Sussex Residents to Limit Time Outdoors Wildfires in eastern Canada emitting particulate matter into the atmosphere continue to cause poor air qualitythroughout the region, including in Delaware. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) – which monitors air quality across the state, and the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), Division of Public Health (DPH) urges Delawareans... Read more →

AI, future or not for Online Gambling

Online gambling has a broad appeal worldwide, and there's no questioning its popularity. Its appeal is now getting a technological boost, thanks to the burgeoning use of artificial intelligence (AI). The focus of this article is to explore the fascinating dynamics of AI in online casino as seen by its growing implementation in the Australian online casino real money scene. Casino’s Use of AI AI is swiftly becoming the game-changer in the online gambling industry.... Read more →

Harrison Township PD: Do you know who owns this dog?

HARRISON TOWNSHIP, NJ (JUNE 8, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Harrison Township Police Department is holding the above canine at the Police Administration Building. The friendly animal was located on Harrisonville Road in the area of Clems Run. Contact the Harrison Township Police at (856) 307-7184 if you know who this canine belongs to. Read more →

Online Gambling Trends and Regulations: What to Expect in the Future

Regulations for online gambling are subject to change due to a range of factors, including evolving technologies, changing social attitudes towards gambling, and the need to address issues such as problem gambling and money laundering. Additionally, different countries and jurisdictions have varying attitudes toward gambling, which can lead to differences in regulatory frameworks. Some countries may be more permissive of gambling, while others such as Singapore, may have stricter regulations in place. Furthermore, providers daily... Read more →

Mosquito Spraying Throughout Camden County Starting Friday Morning

(Lindenwold, NJ) – Early Friday morning the Mosquito Control Commission will be in the community spraying and surveilling areas throughout Camden County. The summer weather has created an ideal environment for mosquitoes to breed. Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Camden County Mosquito Commission, talked about being cognizant of standing water. “Even though this has been one of the driest periods on record through May into the first full week of June mosquitoes are still... Read more →

Sandra Jones, 74, of Gloucester City, Bank Teller, Lark School Employee and HP Church of God Member

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (June 8, 2023)(CNBNews)--Sandra Saler (nee)Jones of Gloucester City, New Jersey went home to be with the lord on June 1, 2023. She was 74 years old. She was born in Camden on January 11, 1949 to the late Dorothy and Earl F Jones Sr. Belove wife of late Warren T Saler Jr. Devoted mother of Robert Kephart Jr (Roselie) of Atco. Step mother of Sheryl (Pete) Hendrickson, Warren (Carol) Saler 3rd, Tammi... Read more →

Investigation of Fire by Atlantic City Police and Fire Leads to Arrest of Arson Suspect

ATLANTIC CITY NJ (JUNE 8, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Atlantic City Police Department and Fire Department investigated a fire that led to the arrest of a woman for arson. On May 29, 2023 at 4:03 AM, patrol officers and the Atlantic City Fire Department responded to the rear of Jersey Shore Pizza and Grille in the 2600 block of the Boardwalk in reference to a dumpster fire. Firefighters were able to quickly control and extinguish the fully engulfed... Read more →

Feel the Rush of Playing the Aviator Casino Game!

Aviator is a thrilling casino game that will give you an adrenaline kick as you rotate the wheel. This virtual casino game offers participants the chance to win big and with its realistic graphics and good outcomes, Aviator delivers an immersive gaming adventure for all participants. The game also features bonus rounds where participants can make additional cash or rewards by satisfying precise tasks within the allocated time frame. Participants can also participate in contests... Read more →

NJ Students Named to James Madison University Announces Spring 2023 Dean's List

CNBNews graphic image HARRISONBURG, VA (06/07/2023)-- James Madison University is pleased to announce that the following students made the Dean's List for the spring 2023 semester. Jordan Anderson of Moorestown, who is majoring in Elementary Education - BS. Ashley Antell of Mays Landing, who is majoring in Nursing - BSN. Amanda Attanasi of Sewell, who is majoring in Sport and Recreation Management - BS. Olivia Boynton of Marlton, who is majoring in Social Work -... Read more →

Choosing an Auto Glass Company: What to Look For

When it comes to repairing or replacing your auto glass, choosing the right company is crucial for a safe and satisfactory outcome. Auto glass plays a vital role in the structural integrity of your vehicle and ensures the safety of its occupants. With numerous options available, it's essential to know what to look for in an auto glass company. This article provides guidance on the key factors to consider when selecting an auto glass company... Read more →

Maple Shade Police will Participate in 40th Annual Special Olympics Torch Run Friday

The Maple Shade Police Department will participate in the 40th Annual Special Olympics Torch Run this Friday, June 9, 2023. Runners from The Maple Shade Police Department and local students will be taking the torch "The Flame of Hope" from the Cherry Hill Police Department at South Coles Avenue and Martin Avenue at approximately 8:00 AM . Runners will travel northbound on South Coles Avenue to West Main Street, then eastbound to Camden Avenue in... Read more →

CNB CRIME: AC Police Arrest Suspect for Shooting Incident

ATLANTIC CITY NJ (JUNE 8, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Atlantic City Police Department arrested a man with a handgun wanted for a 2022 shooting incident. On June 3, 2023, Detective Eric Evans received information that a wanted man, Yahsin Cheeks, was in the area of Virginia and Magellan Avenues. Cheeks had an active warrant for his arrest stemming from a shooting investigation that was conducted by the Violent Crimes Unit. The incident occurred on July 30, 2022, that... Read more →

CNB Crime: Pennsauken man arrested for eluding on a dirt bike,

Located from info sent in to tip411. Over the last week, Pennsauken Police have received calls regarding an individual riding a blue dirt bike on the roadway, through grassy areas and on the skate park. Each time police have responded but, were unable to locate the individual. Police recently received anonymous tips, through tip411, that the individual and dirt bike were seen in the area of Westfield Avenue and Penn Street. This morning, Pennsauken Police... Read more →

Congratulations to NJ Students who Made McDaniel College Dean List

McDaniel College Announces Dean's List WESTMINSTER, MD (06/07/2023)-- McDaniel College announces its Spring 2023 dean's list, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement, including: Billy Wheatley of Galloway (08205) who has been recognized with High Honors. Nicholas Razze of Pitman (08071) who has been recognized with High Honors. Anthony Razze of Pitman (08071) who has been recognized with High Honors. Ryan Kinney of Somerdale (08083) who has been recognized with Honors. Katelyn Van Mater... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Blotter: 22-Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies After Hitting Vehicle on Aramingo Ave.

PHILADELPHIA PA (June 7, 2023)(CNBNews)--Below, you will find the overnight incidents investigated by the Philadelphia Police Department. Keep in mind that this information is preliminary and subject to change. There is no further information on these incidents at this time. CNBNews graphic file Fatal Accident - 5000 Aramingo Ave 15TH DISTRICT - FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT ... 5000 ARAMINGO AVE (6:18 AM) ON HIGHWAY ... 22-YEAR-OLD MALE WAS OPERATING A MOTORCYCLE WHEN HE HIT A PRIVATE... Read more →

CODE RED Air Quality Advisory Until THURSDAY

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (JUNE 7, 2023)(CNBNews)--The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Code Red Air Quality Action Day for Fine Particulates, until midnight EDT Thursday night. An Air Quality Action Day for Particulate Matter has been declared for Wednesday, June 7th, and Thursday, June 8th. Sensitive individuals, including those with heart or lung disease, the elderly, and the young should limit strenuous activities and the amount of time active outdoors. Levels of... Read more →

Upset in Brooklawn's Democratic Primary Race

BROOKLAWN, NJ (June 7, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Primary Election held in Brooklawn on June 6, 2023, saw Colin MacAdams, a Democratic Challenger, emerge victorious, securing 104 votes. This was a clear win over the council incumbents Jerry Granstom (95) and Michael Mevoli (84), as well as the newcomer Jeffrey Haller (68). It is worth noting that Mevoli, who previously served as the mayor, was among the defeated candidates. The election featured two available seats. Read more →

4 Surefire Ways to Have a Successful First Date

When it comes to dating a Scorpio woman, captivating her requires a stellar first date. To leave a lasting impression, embrace your authentic self, exude confidence, stimulate her curiosity, and show utmost respect. Faking it won't work, as Scorpio women possess uncanny perceptiveness. They gravitate towards self-assured individuals. Engage her intellect with intriguing topics of conversation. Above all, treat her with unwavering courtesy. Choose the Perfect Venue The choice of location plays a pivotal role.... Read more →

American Legion Legacy Run Gear Available

New Legacy Run gear available as online registration continues The American Legion June 7, 2023 Online registration remains ongoing for the 2023 American Legion Legacy Run and will go through Aug. 9. So far, 172 registrants for the five-day, 1,100-mile motorcycle ride, which will leave American Legion Post 6 in Kokomo, Ind., on Aug. 20 and travel through Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee before the final stop at the Hendrick Motorsports campus... Read more →

VirtueMap: A Revolutionary Approach to Overcoming Procrastination

Procrastination is a common challenge that affects people of all ages and professions. It is the habit of postponing tasks that need to be done until the last minute or beyond the deadline. This habit can have a negative impact on personal and professional life, leading to stress, anxiety, and missed opportunities. However, there is a solution to this challenge. And in this Virtuemap review, we'll talk about an anti-procrastination program that helps people overcome... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: Fly Fishing at Lewis Creek

By Slim Randles | CNBNews Columnist Watching the fly fishing going on down at Lewis Creek is a little like box seats at the Bolshoi ballet. You might not even know what those old guys are doing, but dang they seem to do it well. Long, sinuous casts out from the bank to the Lunker Hole. The Lunker, often dreamed, never caught, but our community would be the poorer without him. “Fly fishing,” said Marvin... Read more →


WITH 14 ARTISTS AND LOCATIONS ON JUNE SECOND SATURDAY Philadelphia, PA (June 7, 2023)(CNBNews)- Northern Liberties Business Improvement District (NLBID) is bringing back Artists at Work, a live art-making event featuring more than a dozen artisans and artists sharing their creative process throughout the neighborhood. Artists at Work will take place Saturday, June 10th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at fourteen locations, all within close proximity to the brand new Northern Liberties Farmers Market which will... Read more →

Linford Bradford, age 90, of Bridgeton, formerly of Mt. Ephraim

Linford Bradford, on May 14, 2023, age 90, of Bridgeton. Linford was born in Mount Ephraim. After finishing high school, Linford joined the United States Air Force, working on the big bombers and other aircraft during the Korean War. CNBNews graphic file He met his wife, Carol, at a local roller rink and they were married two weeks later. He coached baseball and soccer in the town of Mantua while his kids were growing up.... Read more →

CNBNews Washington Politics: Conservative PAC Launches Fact-Check-Left-Wing Lies and Deception

TAMPA, Fla. – Representatives for a FACTS in Politics, a new national political action committee (PAC) headquartered in Tampa, announced the PAC’s launch Thursday and their plans to hold politicians accountable for lies and deception. FACTS in Politics PAC will evaluate the truthfulness of statements made by politicians, mainstream media outlets and social media influencers based on biological and Biblical truths. For example, it is a basic Biblical truth that God created man and woman.... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist I couple of weeks ago I posted an article about the difficulties of dealing with the Office of Equal Opportunities concerning utility bills. I took my senior citizen friend as she was OPINION afraid to go around Airport Circle (which isn't there anymore.) We were the only people when we entered the building. Of course, we went in with smiles on our faces and said "please" and "thank you" as... Read more →

Galloway Township Police: Traffic Alert LPGA Tour

𝗧𝗿𝗮𝗳𝗳𝗶𝗰 𝗔𝗱𝘃𝗶𝘀𝗼𝗿𝘆 (𝗪𝗲𝗱𝗻𝗲𝘀𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗲 𝟳, 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟯 - 𝗦𝘂𝗻𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝗝𝘂𝗻𝗲 𝟭𝟭, 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟯) CNBNews graphic file Due to the Shoprite LPGA Tour, motorists can expect increased traffic and pedestrian volume in and around the Seaview section of Galloway Township, specifically New York Road (Rt 9) and Jimmie Leeds Roads. Plan accordingly as there will be delays. Please use caution when traveling in these areas. FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE SHOPRITE LPGA CLASSIC PRESENTED BY ACER Written... Read more →

Galloway Township Police: Loose Bull Captured

****UPDATE!! The bull has been corralled and reunited with his owner. Thank you to everyone for staying clear of the area.**** Galloway Police are currently in the area of Duerer Street and Vienna Avenue attempting to corral a loose bull. Some roads may be temporarily shut down, and we ask that the public stay clear of the area until the situation is resolved and the bull is safely secured. Read more →

NJ Residents Graduate from James Madison U

CNBNews graphic file HARRISONBURG, VA (06/06/2023)-- James Madison University is pleased to announce the following students who graduated during the May 2023 commencement exercises. Blake Griscom of Alloway graduated with a degree(s) in Integrated Science and Technology - BS. Margaret Bouch of Audubon graduated with a degree(s) in Engineering - BS. Peyton Somers of Berlin graduated with a degree(s) in Communication Studies - BA. Sean Miller of Berlin graduated with a degree(s) in Counselor Education... Read more →


NJR CLEAN ENERGY VENTURES AND NEW JERSEY AMERICAN WATER HIGHLIGHT INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS WITH NORTH AMERICA’S Short Hills, N.J., June 6, 2023 – From air conditioning to vacuum cleaners, New Jersey has long been known for its innovations, and now it is home to the largest floating solar array in North America. Consisting of 16,510 solar panels, the 8.9-megawatt (MW) solar array covers 17 acres of the Canoe Brook reservoir in Short Hills, New Jersey. The... Read more →

Winners of Delaware Youth Fishing Tournament

More Than 200 Young Anglers Statewide Enjoy Casting a Line The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control today announced the winners of the 37th annual Delaware Youth Fishing Tournament. Hosted by the Delaware Natural Resources Police, DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife, the event was held Saturday, June 3, at three locations across the state, with more than 200 youth anglers casting their lines at Ingrams Pond in Sussex County, Akridge Scout Reservation... Read more →

Annual DeSatnick Real Estate Escape the Cape Triathlon

On Sunday, June 11, 2023, the 10th Annual DeSatnick Real Estate Escape the Cape Triathlon, presented by Inspira Health, will take place at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal in Lower Township, NJ. Between 6:30am-10:30am, all persons living along the following roads and areas, can expect road closures, detours and delays during this time. Jonathan Hoffman Road Seashore Road - South of the canal the West Cape May Bridge New England Road - South of the... Read more →

Paulino Castano, Illegal Immigrant and Foreign Fugitive from Dominican Republic Wanted for Murder

PHILADELPHIA — ERO Philadelphia removed a citizen of the Dominican Republic with a final order of removal on an ICE Air Operations charter aircraft on May 30. Edickson Paulino Castano, 52, is a foreign fugitive wanted by law enforcement authorities in the Dominican Republic for murder. CNBNews graphic file “The U.S. will not be a refuge for those hoping to avoid prosecution for heinous crimes they have committed in their home country,” said ERO Philadelphia... Read more →

Man Sentenced to Prison for Pemberton Borough Fatal Fire

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 23-year-old Burlington Township man was sentenced today to 22 years in state prison for starting a fire at a Pemberton Borough apartment complex last year that killed a man who lived there. Newlin Evans IV, who pled guilty in January to Aggravated Manslaughter (First Degree), must serve 85 percent of the sentence before becoming eligible for parole. The sentence was handed down in Superior Court in... Read more →

Suspect Shot and Killed by Philadelphia Police, Three Officers on Administrative Duty

PHILADELPHIA PA (June 5, 2023)(CNBNews)-- On Wednesday, May 31, 2023, at approximately 7:17 PM, P/O Thomas Ditro and his partner were in full uniform and operating a marked patrol car in the area of 1800 Hart Lane when they heard gunshots. The officers observed civilians running from source Philadelphia Police the area and began to look for a scene and any possible shooting victim(s). The officers exited their vehicle at the corner of Ruth and... Read more →

A Gang of Unruly Young Men Drive Quads and Dirt Bikes Through Gloucester City

6ABC video image of illegal ATV and dirt bike drivers riding through the City of Philadelphia last summer. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 5, 2023)(CNBNews)--We received a tip on Sunday (June 4, 2023) about a group of young men speeding on Johnson Blvd. with no regard for pedestrians or traffic. The man who submitted the information below requested his name be withheld. Around 530 this evening a group of at least 12-15 young men driving quads... Read more →

Discover the Alpine Magic: Vacation Packages to Austria's Majestic Mountains

Austria, a country renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and majestic mountains, is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. If you're seeking an enchanting getaway that immerses you in alpine beauty, our meticulously designed vacation packages to Austria's majestic mountains are tailor-made to create an unforgettable experience. In this blog post, we will showcase the benefits of our Austria vacation packages and highlight the allure of Vienna vacation packages, allowing you to embark on... Read more →

GCOR $10.5 Million Lawsuit Filed Against Gloucester City in Deposition Stage

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 5, 2023)(CNBNews)—The $10.5 million lawsuit filed in March 2021 against the City of Gloucester City is moving closer to a trial, according to Rocco D’Antonio, head of Gloucester City Organic Recycling LLC (GCOR). D’Antonio said he sued the City because the mayor and council did not live up to their side of the contract. Presently the matter is in the deposition stage. BARON & BRENNAN, P.A. of Voorhees represent D'Antonio. The... Read more →