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February 2017

GOP Resists Calls for Independent Russia-Trump Probe

The White House hasn't ruled out a recusal from the attorney general on probes into Russian meddling in the election as prominent Republicans continue to resist calls for an independent investigation. Republicans on the Sunday morning news shows either downplayed a need for an independent probe into Russia's activities or... Read more →


Three Cooper Plaza Building will be renamed The John and Joyce Sheridan

Cooper University Health Care board of trustees Chairman George E. Norcross III announced Monday that its Three Cooper Plaza building in Camden County will be renamed The John and Joyce Sheridan Health Center at Three Cooper Plaza in honor of the former president and CEO of the health care system.... Read more →


Westmont Theatre Transformed in a Modern Gym

HADDON TWP. -- The doors of the landmark Westmont Theatre are finally open again, but anyone who saw a concert or film here in decades past won't recognize it if they step inside. The building is now home to Westmont Planet Fitness, which had its ribbon cutting Thursday. On the... Read more →


New Mystery Novel Setting is Gloucester City (cnbnews.net)

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (CNBNewsnet)--In the little town of Pi, the train is alive. That’s how you know you’re home. Gloucester City is becoming famous for its artists, authors, and musicians. Known as the Holy City for its many churches, lately, it is becoming known for its creative citizens. Dawn Watson,... Read more →


May 2008 Archives: The JGSC Group, Working with Gloucester City on Revitalizing the Town

published May 2008 Over the past year or more the JGSC Group has been working with the City of Gloucester City to revitalize the community. The company’s most recent project involves the revitalization plan renewing three retail districts. See City of Gloucester City: It's Coming Below is background information on... Read more →


Suspected Human Smuggler Crashes His Vehicle

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Unmanned aerial vehicle of the CBP Air and Marine Unmanned Aircraft System. (Predator unarmed) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Release Date: February 27, 2017 JULIAN, Calif. – El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended a suspected human smuggler who rolled his vehicle in an attempt to... Read more →


N.J. pets in need

You can teach an old dog new tricks. From television shows to the internet to specialists for hire, there are a myriad of sources a pet owner can select from on the topic of dog training. How can they tell who's right and who's wrong? While there are many opinions... Read more →


Guest Opinion: The Critical Need for New Jersey's Water Supply Plan

Jennifer Coffey and Tim Dillingham With the beginning of the new calendar year, New Jersey has entered its third consecutive year of drought, with 14 counties remaining under an official drought-warning status. While winter rains and snow are helping drinking-water reservoirs refill, the drought warning remains. In six weeks, spring... Read more →


TRAVEL ALERT: ST. PATRICK’S PARADE PARKING RESTRICTIONS

FEBRUARY 27, 2017 --The Gloucester City Police Department released the following information regarding parking on Sunday, March 5, the day of the St. Patrick's Parade. The St. Patrick’s Parade on Sunday, March 5th. will begin at 1:00 pm at Johnson Blvd. at Baynes Avenue. The parade will travel north on... Read more →


UPDATE: GCPO seeking ID of body part

press release February 27, 2017 NATIONAL PARK NJ--The Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office is working with area law enforcement agencies to identify a partial human leg that apparently washed ashore from the Delaware River and was found by a woman walking a dog in National Park NJ on Sunday February 26.... Read more →


Barrington Man Arrested for Child Porn

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Barrington Police Chief Dave Uron reported a Barrington man has been arrested and charged Friday, February 24, 2017 with distribution and possession of child pornography. Franco Silvestri, 32, was charged after detectives from the High Tech Crimes Unit of the Camden County Prosecutor’s... Read more →


NJ News Commons: CHRISTIE TO RELEASE HIS LAST BUDGET FOR NEW JERSEY

Governor Chris Christie is scheduled to deliver his final state budget proposal tomorrow. The Record says this is Christie's last chance to take a crack at the state's finances after years of credit-rating downgrades, missed revenue projections, broken public-pension promises and failed reform efforts. PINELANDS COMMISSION VOTES TO PERMIT SOUTH... Read more →


Comm Holds Up Drinking Water Standards

NJ Sierra press release February 27, 2017 : Puts Us at Risk Today the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee held a bill to update our state’s drink water standards. The bill, S2468 (Lesniak) directs DEP to adopt standards for 16 hazardous drinking water contaminants as recommended by Drink Water Quality... Read more →


Obituary: John L. Pfeffer, Jr., of Gloucester City NJ

On February 24, 2017. Age 57. Of Gloucester City. Loving dad of John L. Pfeffer III (Zoraida), Kelli Sharp (Brett), Justin Pfeffer (Teresa) and Jay Pfeffer. Cherished Pop-pop of Camille Pfeffer, Matthew Sharp, Jonathan Sharp, John L. Pfeffer IV and Sophia Sharp. Beloved son of Frances S. Pfeffer and the... Read more →


Gloucester City High School Announcements

Monday, February 27th, 2017 GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (February 27, 2017)Thank you everyone who attended Friday night’s Winter Ball Dance and congratulations to our big winner, Junior Mariah Dietrich who gets a free spot on next year’s Senior Trip. Attention 7th graders only: Please see Mrs. McWilliams for a permission form... Read more →


Kennedy Health Hosts Record-Breaking Fundraising Gala in Atlantic City

Shown here are the 2017 Gala Co-Chairs: from left, Kennedy President & CEO Joseph W. Devine and wife Dina; Kennedy Health Board Treasurer Robert DiStanislao; and (from far right), Kennedy Board member Joseph A. Maressa Jr., Esq., and his wife, Linda. February 27, 2017 – Nearly 1,000 supporters of South... Read more →


Norcross Requests Security Funding for South Jersey’s Jewish Communities  

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to a bomb threat made against the Katz Jewish Community Center in Chery Hill, Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) is requesting federal security funding to protect South Jersey’s Jewish communities. “This weekend’s vandalism of Mount Carmel Jewish Cemetery and today’s bomb threat against the Katz Jewish... Read more →


Trenton Times boys basketball state tournament notebook

As the area teams take to the court starting Monday, for the NJSIAA/ShopRite boys basketball tournament, there are plenty of storylines to intrigue fans of every playoff team. Two area teams go in search of a repeat sectional title: Central Jersey, Group 2 second seed Bordentown, which has a tough... Read more →


Dominican fugitive wanted on murder charge caught in N.J. by ICE

NEWARK -- A man wanted on murder charges in the Dominican Republic was arrested last week in New Jersey, immigration officials said. Kelbin Perez De Los Santos, 35, had been sought by Dominican authorities for allegedly shooting someone to death after a dispute in Santo Domingo last year, U.S. Immigration... Read more →