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4/17/07: Mayor Releases More Details on the Senior Citizens Community Room

April 17, 2007 GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (April 17,2007)--Gloucester City Mayor William James released the following information to further explain the details surrounding the City's new senior Citizens Community Room. It reads as follows: "This money was a grant from the state Department of Community Affairs; the grant is scheduled to expire in November of this year. The fire hall is owned by the Gloucester Heights Fire Company. Original stipulations of the grant called for the... Read more →

Navy SEAL from Lone Survivor Sets This Journalist Straight

Movie critics have called “Lone Survivor” the best war-time movie since “Saving Private Ryan.” Marcus Luttrell, former Navy SEAL and author of Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10 at the Texas Book Festival, Austin, Texas, United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The film — based on the true story of Navy SEALs on a mission in Afghanistan — caused CNN’s Jake Tapper to question the operation... Read more →

OBITUARY: James J. McCoy, age 88, of Bellmawr NJ

James J. McCoy (Died January 17, 2014) James J. McCoy on January 17, 2014 of Bellmawr. Age 88. Beloved husband of the late Betty. Devoted father of James M. (Dina). Loving grandfather of Courtney McCoy. Mr. McCoy was a member of the Bellmawr Seniors Club. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation Saturday morning from 10 am to 11 am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, BELLMAWR. Memorial Service 11 am at the funeral home.... Read more →

NFL Draft order 2014: Two more picks locked in after AFC and NFC championships

By Matthew Fairburn  @MatthewFairburn on Jan 19 2014, 9:54p + Jamie Squire All but two picks in the 2014 NFL Draft order are now set. Week by week, the order of selection for the 2014 NFL Draft gets closer to completion. On Sunday, the New England Patriots lost to the Denver Broncos, and the San Francisco 49ers lost to the Seattle Seahawks. As a result, the Patriots now have the No. 29 pick in... Read more →

Pascal beats Bute by unanimous decision in battle of Canadian stars

January 19,2014/3am MONTREAL (AP) Jean Pascal dominated an unusually tentative Lucian Bute to win the matchup of former world champions by unanimous decision before 20,479 at the Bell Centre on Saturday night. The decidedly pro-Bute crowd could do little to help their fighter, who appeared more concerned with not getting hit than with launching attacks. One judge had it 117-110, another 117-111 and the third 116-112. Pascal took Bute's minor NABF title and something called... Read more →

Philadelphia teen suffers ruptured testicle and hit with misdemeanors during police patdown

THE RAWSTORY/January 18,2014 A straight-A student suffered a ruptured testicle during a patdown by Philadelphia police and was then charged with resisting arrest. Darrin Manning told The Philadelphia Inquirer he got off the subway Jan. 7 on his way to play in a high school basketball game with a dozen teammates wearing their team uniforms and hats, gloves and scarves given to them by a teacher. Police claim the boys were wearing ski masks, but... Read more →

Lisa Vojtecky, of Gloucester City, age 42

(May 8, 1971 - January 16, 2014) Lisa Vojtecky on January 16, 2014 of Gloucester City. Age 42. Beloved mother of Deanna and Rocco. Loving grandmother of Jayden. Dear sister of Richard (Anna), Joseph (Dawn), and half sister of Timothy and Wendy. Loving finance’ of Bill Winters. Niece of Grace and Mike. Also survived by many other aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the viewing Thursday afternoon from 12noon... Read more →

Avoiding the F-word?

NEWSWORKS Commentary BY STACIA FRIEDMAN Keep an eye out for the C-word Honoring life and legacy of Octavius Catto, 19th century civil rights champion New Philly veterans center dedicated to women Fat was never an issue for me. I ate whatever I wanted — stacks of pancakes drenched in syrup, mountains of bacon, acres of French fries — and never gained an ounce. Hate me? I understand. On my 50th birthday, I wore the same... Read more →

April 27, 2008 : Alleged Food Fight Comes Back to Haunt Breakfast Club

April 27, 2008 By Daisy Daily CNB Gossip Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (April 27,2008) --The Gloucester City Breakfast Club was thrown a "curve" this past Saturday morning finding out when they arrived that their favorite restaurant was closed. The sign on the door read, "New Baby, will Re-Open on Tuesday, April 29". The organization has been meeting at the restaurant for over a year, the last Saturday of each month at 9 AM. Photo El... Read more →

Flyers sign Steve Mason to three-year, $12.3 million contract extension

By Pat Iversen  @PatIversen on Jan 18 2014, 12:59p + Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Mason gets rewarded for reviving his career in Philly. The Philadelphia Flyers seem to think they've solved their goaltending woes, as the team has signed goaltender Steve Mason to a three-year, $12.3 million contract extension on Saturday according to multiple reports. The deal is a bridge deal for Mason, who was set to become an unrestricted free agent after the... Read more →

More than 130 Philly educators implicated in cheating, officials say

Newsworks/January 18, 2014 After more than two years of investigations by both the state and the School District, 138 Philade School District of Philadelphia logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) lphia educators have been implicated in test score cheating, according to information given to the School Reform Commission on Thursday. The Pennsylvania Department of Education has filed or is pursuing actions against 69 current and former employees based on its investigation of 14 so-called Tier 1 schools... Read more →

April 29, 2008 / Bill's Point of View: How soon we forget!

April 29, 2008 GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (April 29, 2008)--Earlier this month I wrote a column about the Pimp your Promcontest sponsored by the radio station 102.Q FM. At first I was hesitant to post the contest because of the word Pimp. I thought it was strange for a radio station to use that word for a contest. After all I remember the word to mean whoremaster. It must be a generation thing I thought. And... Read more →

Philadelphia Officials Celebrate Historic Land Bank Bill Signing

January 13, 2014– Mayor Michael A. Nutter was joined by City Council President Darrell Clarke, Councilwoman María Quiñones-Sánchez, City officials, and community advocates to celebrate the signing of historic Land Bank legislation. “Vacant parcels of land have long been a source of crime, blight, reduction of property values, and an overall hindrance to neighborhood revitalization,” said Mayor Nutter. “Returning these properties to productive use is a critical step in revitalizing communities, attracting new residents and... Read more →

Pascal ready for Saturday's Canadian superfight with Bute

Fox Sports Jean Pascal faces Lucian Bute in one of the biggest all-Canadian matchups in years. Updated Jan 16, 2014 1:49 AM ET Two of Canada’s most accomplished and popular boxers meet on Saturday night when Jean Pascal (28-2-1, 17 KOs) takes on Lucian Bute (34-1, 24 KOs) for the NABA light heavyweight title (HBO, 10:15 p.m. ET). Given their following, skill level, and that it takes place in Quebec, where both fighters call home,... Read more →

AFC Championship New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos: Top 3 Prop Bets

Bookie AFC Championship Game Patriots vs. Broncos: Top 3 Prop Bets The AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Denver Broncos will be a great game to watch. With plenty of talented players and everything on the line, this could be a game for the ages. However if you want to make it really interesting you should try prop betting. The sports betting consensus shows that the public is betting on... Read more →

Angelo C. Di Salvo of Bellmawr, age 88

(May 9, 1925 - January 17, 2014) Angelo C. “Charlie” Di Salvo, on January 17, 2014, of Bellmawr, formerly of Bronx, NY. Age 88. Beloved husband of 63 years of Sally (nee LaMantia). Devoted father of Philip DiSalvo (Lisa), Mary Ann Belardo (Frank) and the late Augustino DiSalvo. Loving grandfather of Michael DiSalvo. Dear brother of Rosalie Locascio and the late Minnie, Joseph, Augustine and Louis DiSalvo. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. There... Read more →

April 29, 2008 | Urgent Message from Mayor William James to the Citizens of Gloucester City

April 29, 2008 April 29, 2008 "I hope that you all are up for the fight, for it is my intention to take whatever action, no matter how drastic and explore whatever venue, no matter what the cost to prevent this from happening", Mayor William James Dear Citizens of Gloucester City, Today I met with a representative of South Jersey Port Corporation regarding the proposed relocation of the Camden City Methadone Clinic to the Port... Read more →

Cape May County Man Sentenced to Prison for Distributing Child Pornography Over Internet

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a Cape May County man was sentenced to prison today for using a file sharing network to distribute images and videos of child pornography over the Internet from his home computer. Aaron N. Debarardnis, 26, of Lower Township, was sentenced to three years in state prison by Superior Court Judge Michael J. Kassel in Camden County. Debarardnis pleaded guilty on Nov. 18, 2013 to second-degree... Read more →

Olympics | U.S. Hockey Player Forced to Remove Constitution from Mask

The U.S. Constitution has been banned by the International Olympic Committee – at least in The offending part of goaltender Jessie Vetter’s helmet. (Courtesy of InGoal Magazine) one way. U.S. women’s hockey goalie Jessie Vetter is heading to Sochi, Russia, for the Olympic Winter Games next month. She planned to adorn her hockey mask, using 23 karat gold paint, with the opening lines of the Constitution, “We The People.” Vetter won’t see that vision come... Read more →

Edward Keebler of Dowingtown PA, formerly of Gloucester City NJ |

Edward Keebler, of Downingtown PA, passed away peacefully at home on January 12, 2014. He was 79. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Keebler; 5 children; 7 grand-children; and one great grand-son. Also survived by his brothers Frank and Tom, and his sisters Alice, Betty and Carol. He was born and raised in Gloucester City, NJ. A graduate of Gloucester City High School, he was the owner of Keebler's Grocery Store on North Brown... Read more →


The Gloucester Township Police Department in a continuing effort to foster a better police-community partnership would like to invite any Gloucester Township resident 16 years of age or older to attend the 12th Citizen’s Police Academy. The Gloucester Township Police Department Citizen’s Police Academy will be a free 10-week course that will take place on Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, and begin March 6. The course will include an overview of the... Read more →

Obituary: Mrs. Dorothy F. Riley, age 101, Services Monday at St. Patrick's Church |

Dorothy F. Riley (nee Corteze), aged 101 years passed away on January 15, 2014 at home. Dorothy is the beloved wife of the late James R. Riley; she is survived by her god son, Richard (Lynn) Semmel and her dear friends; Nancy (Richard) Bruno, Cesare (Mary) Cosenza, Pat ( the late Deacon Paul) Parchinski, and Lorraine Alley. Dorothy’s viewing will be held on Monday after 10 AM in Holy Angels Parish at St. Patrick’s R.... Read more →

Gibbsboro Police Department Issues Warning About Residential Burglaries |

GIBBSBORO NJ --Residential Burglaries are on the upswing nationally. We have had a few in the past year. Two recently on Kirkwood Road. Cameo Village and the Terrace have been the main target. Please, if you observe any suspicious behavior or persons do not hesitate to contact the police department. Address/Location Gibbsboro Police Department 5 Foster Ave Gibbsboro, NJ 08026 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-783-0151 Related articles Town hall meeting called for Los Al burglaries... Read more →

Agnes M. Obert , of Deptford, age 78

(May 30, 1935 - January 14, 2014) Agnes M. Obert (nee Ashbridge), on January 14, 2014, of Deptford. Age 78. Beloved wife of John H. Obert. Devoted mother of Deborah Hendrixson, John H. Obert, Jr. (Catherine), Karen Hoch (Jeffrey) and Karl J. Obert. Loving grandmother of Katy, Cristi, Steven, Christy, Cody and Ashley and great grandmother of Danny, Skylar, Nick, Lucas, Logan, Julianna and Ayden. Dear sister of Alfred E. Ashbridge, Jr. (Gloria), Madeline R.... Read more →

New Comcast Building Will Create Thousands of Jobs and Billions of Dollars of Economic Activity

Designed by Lord Norman Foster and developed by Liberty Property Trust to achieve LEED Platinum Certification, the 59-story tower will include a Four Seasons Hotel. Thousands of jobs and billions of dollars of economic activity will be created in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania commonwealth. PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 15, 2014)--Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) and Liberty Property Trust (NYSE: LRY) announced today they will jointly develop the "Comcast Innovation and Technology Center" on the 1800 block... Read more →

Gertrude Righter of Bellmawr NJ age 83

Gertrude Righter (neé Bruntke), age 83 of Bellmawr, NJ, on January 11, 2014. Gert, as many knew her, was a talented and creative woman who cared deeply for her family and stitched together a lasting legacy of warmth and love. Gert was truly blessed with being a skilled crafter and enjoyed knitting, crocheting, and cross-stitching baby sets and other garments for her family, as well as sharing her oil paints, drawings, and other works of... Read more →

Louis DiAngelo of Bellmawr, age 90

(January 4, 1924 - January 14, 2014) Louis DiAngelo, of Bellmawr, formerly of Pennsauken, age 90, died peacefully in his home on January 14, 2013. He was ready to return back to his beloved wife Stella DiAngelo. They were happily married for 70 years. He was the loving father of Louis (Virginia), Dennis (the late Bonnie), and Joann Hedden (Jim), the devoted grandfather of Christina DeCristofor, Dawn, Dennis & John DiAngelo and Lisa Hedden and... Read more →

Oil Spill Accident in Gloucester City NJ | cnbnews

CNBNEWS photo: Cleanup crews survey the oil spill in the Delaware River from the Gloucester City NJ boat marina. The oil came from a nearby asphalt terminal, Blueknight Energy Partners, L.P. By CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITYNJ (—Approximately 150 gallons of heating oil was spilled into the Delaware River earlier today. The Coast Guard is supervising the cleanup which happened 8:30 a.m. this morning near Proprietors’ Park, King Street. Officials said the oil came from Blueknight... Read more →

Helen "Mom" Barth Succumbs, Owner of Barth Taxes, First Lady of Brooklawn Legion Baseball

Helen A. Barth (January 5, 1923 - January 13, 2014) Helen A. Barth (nee Gallagher), of Brooklawn, NJ died on January 13, 2014 following a long illness. She was 91. Mrs. Barth was the owner of Barth Taxes, Route 130, Brooklawn. She was mom and “First Lady” to all of South Jersey and Brooklawn baseball. Beloved wife of Joseph Wallis Barth. Devoted mother of Joseph, Jr. (Jane), Joanna Mazzola (Dan), Dennis (Kelli), and the late... Read more →

Arrowhead Stadium, 49 Plane Flyover

"This video is proof that not all Americans have surrendered to the socialist in DC. As a former pilot I can understand how difficult it was to do this on short notice," John Branin. Mr. Branin is a regular contributor to CNBNews Source Oct. 13, 2013 Related articles Colts vs. Chiefs: Greetings from Arrowhead Read more →

Stephanie Smith of Brooklawn Studies Marketing in Spain through Widener U

Widener Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) CHESTER, PA (01/13/2014)(readMedia)-- Stephanie Smith of Brooklawn, N.J., a junior marketing and advertising management major at Widener University, spent part of the winter break studying abroad in Spain as part of the Principles of Marketing honors course offered through the School of Business Administration. Smith and five other students traveled to Avila, Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia and Valladolid during the eight-day study abroad trip in Spain. Their travels included tours of... Read more →

Lockheed Martin Drops Protest over Next Generation Destroyer Radar

An artist’s conception of the Air Missile Defense Radar (AMDR). Raytheon Photo Lockheed Martin has dropped a protest that has held up development of the U.S. Navy’s next-generation Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) since October by radar rival Raytheon, U.S. Navy officials confirmed USNI News on Monday. Lockheed — builders of the Navy’s long serving SPY-1 radar as part of the Aegis combat system — protested the Oct. 10 $386 million award to Raytheon... Read more →

'Bridge-gate' Coverup Reaches Close to Christie

The Bridgegate scandal and its coverup reached dangerously high into Gov. Chris Christie's inner sanctum yesterday, directly implicating the governor's deputy chief of staff in ordering the now-infamous George Washington Bridge lane closures, and tying both the governor's two-time campaign manager and new choice to head the state Republican Party and his longtime press secretary to the damage-control efforts that followed. For Christie, the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 following his landslide... Read more →

Anthony Michael Esposito, Sr. of Laurel Springs, formerly of South Philadelphia |

(October 17, 1943 - January 12, 2014) Anthony Michael Esposito, Sr., on January 12, 2014, of Laurel Springs, formerly of S. Phila. Age 70. Beloved husband of 47 years of Sarah (nee Willis). Devoted father of Stacey Russo (Salvatore), Anthony, Jr. (Jenna), Richard (Donna) and Dina Smith. Loving grandfather of Nicoletta, Brian, Cristiano, Anthony, III, Brandon, Pina and Billy. Dear brother of Ann Leighton. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Mr. Esposito was an... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: Philadelphia Has Been Selected as a Promise Zone Designee by President Obama

Press release PHILADELPHIA PA (January 8, 2014)-– The City of Philadelphia was one of three cities and a total of five areas selected for a Promise Zone designation, a federal initiative to accelerate revitalization efforts in targeted areas. The Promise Zone initiative is led by the White House with support from federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Justice.... Read more →

Nancy E. Kirk of West Berlin, formerly of Bellmawr |

(December 7, 1946 - January 11, 2014) Nancy E. Kirk (nee Burns), on January 11, 2014, of West Berlin, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 67. Beloved mother of Michael S. Kirk, Jr. (Barbara), Sean Kirk (Jennifer) and Kelly Kirk. Devoted grandmother of Katrina, Colin, Molly, Liam, Ian and Declan. Dear sister of Robert Burns (Barbara) and Steven Burns (Paula). Also survived by her former spouse Michael S. Kirk, Sr. and by many loving nieces, nephews and... Read more →

13 Philadelphia Employees Terminated in Violation of the Home Rule Charter |

Philadelphia, January 2, 2014 – Following an investigation, Philadelphia Inspector General Amy Kurland announced that 13 Assistant Recreation Leaders in the Department of Parks and Recreation have been terminated or have resigned for violating the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter by improperly working for other government agencies while being employed by the City of Philadelphia. “Every City employee must follow the rules and be held accountable when they do not,” said Mayor Michael A. Nutter. “I’m... Read more →

Philadelphia Mayor Nutter’s 2014 Inaugural Remarks

Philadelphia, January 6, 2014 - Mayor Michael A. Nutter delivered the following remarks at the 2014 City of Philadelphia Inaugural Ceremony. “Good morning. I want to thank Council Majority Leader Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. for that warm welcome. I’d like to take a few moments to recognize some individuals here: Chief Justice Ron Castille; State Senator Anthony Hardy Williams; City Representative Desiree Peterkin-Bell; English: Philadelphia City Hall (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison; All... Read more →

DECEMBER 18, 2010: Gloucester City Firemen "A Hot Topic" |

POSTED December 18, 2010 By William E. Cleary Sr. GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--The final day of employment for the eight Gloucester City firemen is December 22. In the meantime the topic continues to be discussed on the Internet both on CNBNews and Facebook. Following the recent Atlantic Street fire several people posted comments on Facebook that gave the impression that some local firemen and their supporters were upset because volunteers from other communities responded to... Read more →

April 29, 2007: City Democrat Chairman Coxe Endorses Candidates for Election

PUBLISHED April 29, 2007 After becoming Chairman of the City's Democrat Organization last month, my first order of business was to issue a letter to all registered Democrats in Gloucester City seeking individuals who would be interested in running for either City Council or the City's Democrat Committee. The letter appeared in the GCN and a number of people answered the call. I helddiscussions with the current members of the Democrat Executive Board, as well... Read more →

Bellmawr area road changes and closures this weekend for Rt 295/42 construction.

Two big changes taking place this weekend (Jan 10 - Jan 12) as part of the massive 295/42 road construction. One impacts this weekend, another is a temporary change that will last for years. Bell Road Weekend Evening Closures (Bellmawr to Mt Epraim): Evevings this weekend (January 10-12) the Bell Road bridge will be closed from 9pm to 6am, as workers install new sewer pipes. New access road from 42 north to 295 North... Read more →

Stephen P. Donnachie, age 60, of Blackwood NJ

(February 11, 1953 - January 10, 2014) Stephen P. Donnachie, “Steve” & “Mr. D”, of Blackwood, on January 10, 2014 after a courageous battle with lung cancer. Age 60. Beloved husband of Janet M. (nee McGowan). Devoted father of Bryan Matthew Donnachie, Katie Marie Donnachie, Philip Steven Donnachie and Shannon Rose Donnachie. Preceeded in death by his parents, Garrett and Euphemia Donnachie and granddaughter Kira Rose Donnachie. Also survived by his lifelong friends Jerry Terramargra,... Read more →

Bill Conlin, Sportswriter Accused of Abuse, Dies

Updated Jan 10, 2014 11:28 AM ET PHILADELPHIA Former Philadelphia Daily News sportswriter and columnist Bill Conlin, whose long career came to an end following allegations of child abuse, has died. He was 79. The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News report that thebaseball writer died Thursday in Largo, Fla. says Conlin’s son, Pete, confirmed his father’s death in a text message. Conlin retired in 2011 following allegations that he had abused four children... Read more →

Robert "Rock" G. MacDermott, Sr. of Woodbury Hts., GHS Alumnus Class of 1953

(September 30, 1935 - December 30, 2013) On December 30, 2013. Age 78. Of Woodbury Heights. Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 51 years to Nancy MacDermott. (nee Tiedeken). Loving father of Robert G. MacDermott, Jr. (Donna), Nancy E. MacDermott and the late Cheryl Ann MacDermott. Cherished Pop Pop of Sean P. Goodwin and Gavin Robert MacDermott. Best friend of 78 years to Fred Garwood (Randy). Cherished son of the late William E. MacDermott,... Read more →

Harry Robert King of Gloucester CityNJ, Age 35

(January 26, 1978 - December 31, 2013) On December 31, 2013. Age 35. Of Gloucester City. Survived by his children, Brooke Dietrich and Logan Dietrich; his finance Melissa Chandler; his mother Diane Chiccino and her husband Harry Ott; his siblings Jackie King and Dale Dietrich and his daughter Mariah; his best friends the Graves and the Boyers and best friends Chris, Randy and Eric. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Wednesday from... Read more →

Janet Sweeney of Mount Ephraim age 71

(October 8, 1942 - January 1, 2014) On January 1, 2014. Age 71. (nee Edwards) Of Mt. Ephraim. One of 12 children to the late Charles and Janet Edwards. Loving and caring mother of Charles, Audrey and Maureen Sweeney. Cherished grandmother of Derin, Domonick, Kody, Ian and Kasey. Janet was a hardworking, selfless woman who never said no. She was always there for her family and put her children and grandchildren first. Janet thought of... Read more →

Terrence "Woodie" J. Woods of Haddon Township NJ, Korean War Veteran

(October 9, 1929 - January 8, 2014) Terrence J. Woods, age 84, of Haddon Township, NJ died January 8, 2014. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Helen (Coyle) and James J. Woods, Sr. and was the brother of the late Rose Quinn, James, Thomas, and Helen Cusick. He is survived by his sister, Catherine Siedlecki and many nieces and nephews. A 1947 graduate of Southeast Catholic High School he served in... Read more →

Marie T. Tedesco, Owner of Joe's Shoe Store, Long Time Resident of Gloucester City NJ | cnbnews

(September 6, 1913 - January 4, 2014) On January 4, 2014. Age 100. (nee Klaus) Lifelong resident of Gloucester City passed away at home in the loving care of her granddaughter Michelle and her family. Marie was born to Albert and Ida Klaus (Herring) in their family home on Division Street on September 6, 1913. Beloved wife of 46 years to the late Joseph A. Tedesco. Loving mother of Marie Cole-Weiner (late Jim), Thomas Tedesco... Read more →

Camden County Battling Icy Roads Amidst Winter Weather

Cherry Hill Patch Icy roads are causing problems throughout the region. Camden County Department of Public Works crews are working to de-ice roads that froze Friday morning. Freezing rain made travel on roads throughout the region dangerous. Multiple crashes were reported and the Walt Whitman Bridge was closed for a period of time, but has since reopened. “This morning light rain quickly turned to ice throughout the region once temperatures got just above freezing. Even... Read more →

Brooklawn Police Department Very Busy During The Month of December |

DECEMBER 2013 PRESS RELEASE: On December 11, 2013 an officer responded out to the 200 block of Nansen Ave for a vehicle that was burglarized. Sometime overnight an unknown actor entered the vehicle through the rear driver’s side door. The actor went through the vehicle but nothing appeared to be missing. Please remember to secure all doors before entering your homes. On December 12, 2013 police located a missing person out of Ocean City when... Read more →