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December 2017

Gloucester City Police and Other Agencies Conduct Two Narcotic Raids in City

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 29, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department with assistance from other agencies conducted two narcotic raids over the past week one today, December 29 in the unit block of South Burlington Street... Read more →


George W. Smith, former Owner of Superior Pizza, Gloucester City HS Alumnus Class of '60

George William Smith, 77, of Brevard, North Carolina, went home to be with his George William Smith Lord and Savior on December 27, 2017; surrounded by family and friends, following a short illness. George was... Read more →


Resident's Video Camera Helps Solve Hit-and-Run Accident; 10-Year-Old Driving the Vehicle

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 29, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police charged a man with numerous traffic violations following an investigation into a traffic accident on Mercer Street near King Street. The man was also charged with cruelty... Read more →


"Personal dislike of President Trump" is driving the Media's tax reform "misinformation"

Did you know that a December 16 thstudy by the liberal Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) concluded that, thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, New Jersey families and businesses would ... Read more →


Gloucester Twp. Police Capt. Brian McKendry Graduates From FBI National Academy (video)

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (December 28, 2017)-- Friday December 15th, Captain Brian McKendry graduated from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico Virginia. The 270th session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from... Read more →


CNBNews February 2013 Archives: Is There a New Agreement Between Cheerleaders and The City?

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Gloucester City News blog files EDITOR'S NOTE: We received a comment on the post "Remember When" that suggested the 2011 tax abatement agreement, between Gloucester City and the owners of MAG... Read more →


Obituary | Michael A. Cianchetti of Elmer, formerly of Gloucester City

Michael A. Cianchetti, age 91, of Elmer, NJ, formerly of Gloucester City, passed away on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. Husband of the late Joan (McNamara). Survived by son, Michael R. Cianchetti (Patricia), daughter Susan Shomo,... Read more →


Moorestown's Evelyn Paquette Named to the Fall 2017 Honors List at Pomfret School

POMFRET, CT (12/27/2017)-- Evelyn Paquette of Moorestown from the Class of 2019 was named to the Fall 2017 Honors List at Pomfret School. To achieve this level of distinction, Evelyn earned a grade point average... Read more →


HELP WANTED: Gloucester City Trucking Company Seeks Class A OTR Truck Driver

ClearysNoteBook image files Kreilkamp Trucking Inc Gloucester City, NJ USA Benefits * Average Yearly Pay: $55K-$65K * Weekly Home Time * APUs on All Trucks * Medical, Dental, and 401K Available * 95% No-Touch Loads... Read more →


South Jersey municipal officials ponder implications of legalized marijuana

shorenewstoday.com Legal recreational use of marijuana in New Jersey could be months away, and municipal leaders CNBNewsnet image files across the state are beginning to wonder what effects the legalization of pot might have on... Read more →


NJ FIREWORKS LAWS - Not all types of fireworks are legal in NJ for individuals to possess

MAPLE SHADE NJ- The Maple Shade Police Department released the following information regarding the types of fireworks legal in the state of New Jersey. With the New Years evening fast approaching, MSPD would like to... Read more →


Travelers Cautioned to Remain Sober and Drive Safely over the New Year's Holiday

TRENTON NJ– The New Year’s holiday is traditionally a time for parties and nights out on the town, but state officials are urging motorists and pedestrians who will be traveling to use caution if they... Read more →


South Jersey Nonprofits Receive More Than $150,000 from Atlantic City Electric

to Support Their Local Missions Annual company golf classic has provided nearly $1.6 million to area nonprofits since 2006 MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Dec. 27, 2017) – Atlantic City Electric has presented three South Jersey nonprofit... Read more →


Philadelphia New Years Fireworks: TWO SHOWS, ONE STUNNING VANTAGE POINT!

6PM Fireworks Show For families who can't stay up til midnight, beat the cold and join us 57 floors up to see the night sky sparkle over the Delaware River for the 6 PM fireworks... Read more →