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Wall Resident Jacqueline DeRicco Graduates from the College of Saint Elizabeth

The College Seal (Photo credit: Wikipedia) MORRISTOWN, NJ (06/05/2012)(readMedia)-- Jacqueline DeRicco, a resident of Wall, was one of 500 graduates from the College of Saint Elizabeth and received a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology at the 2012 Commencement. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, N.J.,... Read more →

Atlantic 10 Announces Basketball Conference Matchups

Atlantic 10 Announces Men’s Basketball Conference Matchups La Salle will play home and home with George Washington PHILADELPHIA – The Atlantic 10 Conference will once again play a 16-game men's basketball conference schedule in 2012-13, which allows teams to face each opponent once and one team twice. The complete 2012-13 Conference... Read more →


related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel press release The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced today that Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. has approved the recommendations of the Archdiocesan Strategic Planning Committee to merge parishes in Phoenixville. These mergers are the result of ongoing restructuring that will ultimately strengthen parish communities throughout the Archdiocese... Read more →

Gloucester City Council Proclaims Earl Courter Day And Dayl Baile Day

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel By Linda Boker-Angelo Gloucester City News (Gloucester City News 5/31/12)Gloucester City Mayor and Council last week paid tribute to two City residents with proclamations recognizing their hard work, dedication and commitment to the community. Lion Dayl Baile and VFW State Commander Earl Courter were both honored by... Read more →

City Planning Board Mulls Plan For Three New Homes

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel By Linda Boker-Angelo NEWS Correspondent (Gloucester City News 5/31/12)During a brief meeting last week, members of the Gloucester City Planning Board heard an informal presentation by Jerry Velazquez of Triad Associates regarding some City-owned property on Market Street. Velazquez said the lots, located at 326-328 Market Street,... Read more →

Brooklawn Police Dept. Crime Blotter April and March 2012 | cnbnewsnet

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel www.brooklawnpolice.com APRIL 2012 On 4/02/12, officers responded to the Westbrook Bowling Alley for a fight in progress. AHMED JIMMY NABIL MOHMOD, 29, of Brooklawn, was arrested for disorderly conduct after officers asked him to leave the area. He was processed and released with a future court date.... Read more →


related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel June 6, 2012 Victim’s body found at Southampton athletic complex in September 2010 MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. - Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced that a Florence man pled guilty today in Superior Court to fatally stabbing a 22-year-old Westville woman two years ago in Southampton. Stephen... Read more →

ELECTION ALERT: Giffords’ Seat Special Election is June 12th

Arizona's primary election day isn't until August 28th. But there's a vitally important election in Arizona being held next Tuesday, June 12th. A special election in Arizona's 8th Congressional District will determine who will serve in the seat vacated by Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who announced her resignation from Congress on January... Read more →

New Egypt High School edges Gloucester, 1-0, in state Group I NJ.com

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Alison Martino pitched a two-hit shutout and didn't let a Gloucester runner reach second base as the Warriors eliminated the Lions for the second straight year, 1-0. "We kind of handcuffed ourselves," said Gloucester coach Dave Light. "It was really disappointing. We were a little too aggressive,... Read more →

Letter to the Ed: Kudos to Chief Beppel and the Mt. Ephraim Police Dept

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Brian Beppel, Acting Chief of Police Mt. Ephraim Police Department 121 S. Black Horse Pike Mt. Ephraim, NJ 08059 Dear Acting Chief Beppel, I would personally like to thank you for thinking of the children of our school district with your generous donation of Riversharks tickets, once... Read more →


related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Health Department Reports “Early Season” Case of EEE Horse owners throughout Burlington County are being urged to make sure that animals’ vaccinations are current after the Mosquito Division of the county Health Department learned today that a three-year-old filly tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). The... Read more →

Feral Cats Colonies Found In Bellmawr

Feral Cat (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By Chris Concannon Gloucester City News Bellmawr Councilman Jim D’Angelo said more than two dozen feral cats have been discovered behind the Postal facility on Benigno Boulevard. Also, feral cats have also been seen in areas behind both the FedEx and Evergreen Printing buildings, D’Angelo said... Read more →

Op-Ed: Use Your Brain --- No Motorcycle Helmet Laws | cnbnews.net

by Chris Freind cnbnews.net CHRIS FREIND No one ever accused the Philadelphia Inquirer’s editorial board of using their “heads” when opining, and last week was no exception. Like Big Brother that thinks it --- not the individual --- knows best, that “brain” trust is arguing that the State should mandate how... Read more →

Center City Philadelphia Events

Philly Beer Week @ McGillin's Eat and drink your way through Philly Beer Week, June 1-10 with McGillin's special Eat Beer menu and Meet the Brewer events. The Eat Beer menu will include dishes such as Ma's Beer Mussels steamed in McGillin's Lager, garlic and leeks; General Washington's marinated NY strip;... Read more →

Learn to Understand Your Dog | cnbnews.net

(cnbnews.net) Brother of the Wolf, Gloucester City's school of dog training, announces that its most popular seminar is once again being offered. The program, entitled Canine Body Language Interpretation will be held on Sunday, June 10, at 1 PM. Seating is extremely limited. This is a credentialing seminar. Tuition is $25... Read more →

CNBNEWS: Students from Area Named to Widener University Dean's List

Widener Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) CHESTER, PA (06/01/2012)(readMedia)-- The following students from the area were named to the Dean's List for the spring 2012 semester at Widener University in Chester, Pa. Angelica Beltran of Westville, N.J. Stephanie Gazzara of Bellmawr, N.J. Christa Horn of Bellmawr, N.J. Jessica Lindsay of Brooklawn, N.J.... Read more →

Miller: STOP! You’re Killing Me With Your Kindness | gopusa.com

By Duane A. Miller June 4, 2012 6:56 am source www.gopusa.com In an erstwhile attempt to protect the American public, our government is imposing more and more restrictions, taking away our individual freedoms, and arrogantly proclaiming that their elite ruling class knows what is best for the rest of us. The... Read more →

Former DNC Chief, Penn Gov. Ed Rendell Hits Debbie Wasserman Schultz For Unreasonable Criticism Of Romney…

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell at the Broad Street Run in Philadelphia (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Former Democratic National Committee chair and Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell slammed his present counterpart, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and liberal political commentators, on Philadelphia radio on Monday. Rendell told host Chris Stigall that they lose their... Read more →

Male Arrested After Assaulting And Disarming Officer Of OC Spray

press release June 5, 2012 On 6-4-2012 at approximately 8:47 PM, the Gloucester Township Police were conducting enhanced patrol operations in the Brittany Woods development off Jarvis Road when an officer observed a subject looking into vehicles in a driveway of a home as they stopped the subject for further investigation.... Read more →

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker Wins

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel June 5, 2012 Tonight, Wisconsin voters made a critical decision for the future prosperity of the state. Theirdecision to reject the government union-led effort to recall Governor Scott Walker provides some crucial insights for the rest of our nation. Click below to watch a short highlight video... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic tops St. Augustine to reach state baseball title game

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel The state final will be a rematch of a May 6 game in which Don Bosco beat Gloucester Catholic, 5-3, in 10 innings on a game-ending three-run homer by Dartmouth-bound Joe Purritano in an instant classic played in Provident Bank Park in Pomona, N.Y. "They got us... Read more →

Molly Gallagher Named Assistant Director of Athletic Communications/Video Coordinator At La Salle

La Salle Explorers Basketball athletic logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Joins Explorers from Atlantic 10 Conference PHILADELPHIA – Molly Gallagher, who served the last two years as the Advance Media and Communications Assistant at the Atlantic 10 Conference, has been named the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications/Video Coordinator at La Salle, it... Read more →


Derivative Work. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI since 2005) on May 10, 2003, during the celebration of the 750th anniversary of the canonization of Saint Stanislaus in Szczepanów, Poland. Picture taken by Janusz Stachoń and released under CC-BY license by Szamil (www.szczepanow.pl). (Photo credit: Wikipedia) related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Archbishop... Read more →

Wilmington University Sports

2011 Graduate Matt Umba Continues Baseball Days with Independent Roswell Invaders DATE: June 4, 2012 djl ROSWELL, N.M. - - Matt Umba, a 2011 graduate and alumni of the Wilmington University baseball team, signed a professional contract to continue playing baseball with the Roswell Invaders of the newly formed independent league... Read more →

Sean Doolittle Gets First Major-League Call-Up with Oakland Athletics

June 5, 2012 Former Virginia All-American is 30th Cavalier to reach the big leagues CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Former Virginia pitcher/first baseman Sean Doolittle has been called up by the Oakland Athletics for the first time and will be in uniform this evening. Doolittle pitched and played first base for the Cavaliers... Read more →

Center City Philadelphia Happenings in June

Through June 10 The Island Lantern Theater Company 10th and Ludlow Streets 215.829.9002 LanternTheater.org Through June 24 Etched in Skin on a Sunlit Night InterAct Theatre Company 2030 Sansom Street 215.568.8077 InterActTheatre.org Through June 24 Reasons to be Pretty Philadelphia Theatre Company 480 South Broad Street 215.985.0420 PhiladelphiaTheatreCompany.org Through July 1... Read more →

Philly Police Honor the Memory of Lieutenant Daniel Placentra

INSIDE THE PPD Lieutenant Daniel W. Placentra passed away on May 27, 2012. He served as a Philadelphia Police Officer for 54 years (1951-2005). He lived by the mantra he wore with pride, “Protect and Serve.” His greatest passion was serving and protecting others as a police officer. Lieutenant Placentra was... Read more →

MEMORIES of Gloucester City NJ

Low tide Delaware River (Photo credit: CNBNEWS.NET) In 1939, John Chamberlin began forming the Sea Scouts in Gloucester City. My father also took interest, by going to Mr. Chad Chesseman of Water Street. Mr. Cheeseman had previously built a river tow boat for my Dad, as a gift to my brother... Read more →

Leeza Burdgess Added to 2012-13 La Salle Women’s Basketball Roster

PHILADELPHIA - La Salle Women's Basketball Head Coach Jeff Williams has announced that Leeza Burdgess (Miami, Fla./Miami Norland) will join the Explorer squad in 2012-13 after transferring from the University of Pittsburgh. Burdgess, a 6-5 center, has two years of eligibility remaining and will be eligible to play immediately this coming... Read more →


06/04/2012 02:46 PM CDT Coast Guard units are joined by other law enforcement agencies as they escort a NASA training shuttle to the Nassau Bay Hilton Hotel dock in League City, Texas, June 1, 2012. Crewmembers from multiple Coast Guard units and the Coast Guard Auxiliary helped guide the shuttle safely... Read more →

Gwen Herman of Gloucester City Among Record Number Awarded Graduate Degrees at Scranton

Athletics logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) SCRANTON, PA (06/05/2012)(readMedia)-- Gwen L. Herman of Gloucester City was among the record number of graduates awarded master's and doctorate of physical therapy degrees by The University of Scranton at its post-baccalaureate commencement on May 26. The University of Scranton conferred 59 doctoral degrees in physical... Read more →

Danielle Emrick Graduates from Marist College

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (06/05/2012)(readMedia)-- The following resident graduated from Marist College the weekend of May 18. Danielle Emrick of Wall, NJ, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Marist is an independent comprehensive liberal arts college with an enrollment of 4,200 full-time undergraduate students. Founded in 1929, the College offers... Read more →

Hit and Run Suspect Involved in Camden Accident Arrested

New Jersey State Police (Photo credit: Wikipedia) related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel June 5, 2012-The New Jersey State Police arrested a Hainesport man as the result of the ongoing investigation into the fatal hit and run accident that occurred Saturday, June 2nd, on I-676 in Camden, N.J. Ronald Winzinger, 35, of Hainesport,... Read more →

Three Cavaliers Selected Tuesday in MLB Draft; 2nd Time for Audubon Resident Stephen Bruno

Kline taken in second round by Orioles, Taylor in fifth round by Stephen Bruno of Audubon NJ Mariners, Bruno in seventh round by Cubs CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Three Virginia baseball players were selected Tuesday in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Branden Kline (Jr., Frederick, Md.), Chris Taylor (Jr., Virginia... Read more →

Gloucester City News Headlines June 7 issue

CNBNews image Gloucester City High Wins South Jersey Group 1 Softball Championship Gloucester City Fire Department Thrilled Over Rehiring Three Men ‘Friends of Rachel’ At GHS Will Wash Cars This Saturday Bellmawr Chorale Director Philomena Ross Retires Bellmawr Bell Oaks Lady Owls Softball Team Wins Championship Related articles Madison Chain's home... Read more →

ONA12 Student Newsroom selected from promising digital journalists worldwide

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Online News Association, the world’s largest membership organization of digital journalists, is pleased to announce the members of the ONA12 Student Newsroom, chosen from more than 400 applicants across the globe, who will provide intensive coverage of the Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet, Sept. 20-22... Read more →

Gloucester County Animal Shelter & Senior Living Community Partner to Adopt Animals

(Clayton, NJ) – The Gloucester County Animal Shelter will be holding a Pet Adoption Day on Friday, June 8, 2012 from 11 am to 2 pm at Cardinal Village Senior Living Community in Sewell. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, “The Gloucester County Animal Shelter holds many events within our community,... Read more →

Philadelphia: Road to the Final Four

Drexel University, PPL Park host NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals On May 20, Drexel University hosted the 2012 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals at PPL Park. In front of a crowd of nearly 11,000, Notre Dame upset defending champion Virginia in thrilling fashion, and Duke routed Colgate to advance to the semifinals. Having... Read more →

Face of Defense: Chaplain Tends to Wounded Warriors

By Senior Airman Alexandria Mosness U.S. Air Forces Central BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan , June 4, 2012 - The chaplain gave the cross he brought from home to the young injured Marine from Florida. Air Force Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Brian Bohlman prays with members of the Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram... Read more →


O’Brien Urges Residents, Businesses To Donate Food To Local Pantries Burlington County Freeholder Mary Ann O’Brien is working with the United Way of Burlington County, the Burlington County Chamber of Commerce, Burlington County Courts and local non-profit agencies to collect much needed food to help stop hunger in our area. Freeholder... Read more →

CNBNews Op-Ed: Banning Personal Choices - Following the Logic of Nanny State Central Planners | CNBnews.net

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel Graphic and Sarcastic Opinion by Wil Levins (Confirmed Fatty) (cnbnews.net)When Government do-gooders abuse our liberty with "Nanny-State" laws - backed by force - to protect us from ourselves, they deny us our right to personal choices. A recent example of Government do-gooder abuse comes from New York... Read more →

AMAC: Gallup Poll Says Gold is Best Investment

Banknotes of the Swiss franc (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In a recent Gallup poll, 28% of Americans named gold as the best long-term investment. Real estate was second at 20%, followed by a tie for third place for paper assets like stocks and savings accounts at 19%, and bonds trailing last at... Read more →

Brooklawn Police Dept. Crime Blotter February and January 2012 |cnbnews.net

source http://www.brooklawnpolice.com FEBRUARY 2012 On 02/05/12 Brooklawn Police responded to Brown’s Shop Rite for a report of a female shoplifter in custody. Katherine M. Sylvia age 25 of the 300 block of Market Street in Gloucester City, was stopped by Shop Rite loss prevention attempting to leave the store with $123.00... Read more →

Brooklawn Police Crime Blotter December and November 2011 | cnbnews.net

source www.brooklawnpolice.com DECEMBER 2011 On 12/01/11, Brooklawn Police responded to Brown’s Shop Rite for a report of a female shoplifter in custody. LouAnn Fisher of the 700 block of West Red Bank Ave West Deptford, NJ was observed by Shop Rite Loss Prevention concealing $15.17 worth of various items upon her... Read more →

Face of Defense: Two Students Earn Spots in National Bees

06/01/2012 06:06 PM CDT By Lisa Daniel American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, June 1, 2012 - Two middle school students from Defense Department schools received a coveted spot on the stage of this year's National Spelling Bee and National Geography Bee. Anuk Dayaprema, a seventh-grade student at Vincenza Middle School, Italy,... Read more →

The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of our Lady of Fatima Begins Journey

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel NEWARK, N.J.– The Archdiocese of Newark’s Catholic Cemeteries is pleased to announce a special visit from The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of our Lady of Fatima to two of its New Jersey cemeteries. The Our Lady of Fatima statue began her New Jersey Pilgrimage in East Hanover... Read more →

Video: NJ admits unreasonable force in 2009 arrest

related: ClearysNoteBook YouTube Channel June 3, 2012 Officer involved wrote in report that the subject did several things to provoke a forceful response NJ.com WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. — On an early May morning in 2009, after the State Police had searched through the night trying to find two burglary suspects in... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police National Night Out 2012 Kickoff Meeting June 6

Attention Gloucester Township Residents, You have been receiving Community Bulletins, Traffic Advisories, and Media Releases, and other community information products from the Gloucester Township Police Department. These bulletins are distributed through our Community Notification System and is just one of the many ways that the Gloucester Township connects with the community... Read more →

USTFCCCA Region Award Winners Announced for DI Outdoor Track & Field

June 4, 2012 NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Monday the association’s Region Athletes and Coaches of the Year for the 2012 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field season. Voted on by the nation’s coaches, many of these athletes and... Read more →

FDA issues alert on Reumofan Plus

Health officials in Mexico order recall based on potentially harmful pharmaceutical ingredients The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers that Reumofan Plus, marketed as a “natural” dietary supplement for pain relief and other serious conditions, contains several active pharmaceutical ingredients not listed on the label that could be harmful.... Read more →