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Lady Lions Headed to 2018 State Finals

The GHS Lady Lions advanced to the 2018 NJ State Group I Championship game Saturday by beating Pt Pleasant Beach 7 - 0 behind a 2 hit, shutout effort by pitcher Vanessa Pino. Pino got help early on when the Lions score 2 first inning runs on a Kylar Coughlin base hit. Photos Courtesy of Bruce Darrow Read more →


You're Invited: Gloucester City Day June 2nd

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LoBiondo Hails Supreme Court Ruling Repealing Sports-Betting Ban

CNBNews graphics file WASHINGTON, D.C. – A long-time proponent to allow sports-betting in Atlantic City, U.S. Representative Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02) issued the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling striking down the federal ban: “This is excellent news for Atlantic City! Together with the planned openings of Hard Rock and Ocean next month, today’s ruling allowing sports betting will have a significant and positive impact on South Jersey, bringing tourism and tax revenue to the state and reinvigorating Atlantic City,” said LoBiondo. “From the legislature and Governor Christie’s legal strategy to my efforts in Congress, our multi-prong multi-year... Read more →


Maryland Weekly Fishing Report: The Summer Season Has Begun

by Keith Lockwood | Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources May 30, 2018 Photo by Letha Grimes Memorial Day weekend is now behind us – an important pause to remember and reflect on those who gave their lives for the freedoms and rights that we all enjoy. It also means the “summer” season has begun. The fishing rodeo season is in full swing. For those not initiated, these are free youth fishing events held around the state by civic organizations and partners for the enjoyment of children and families. The sites are usually well stocked with fish and it is great fun... Read more →


Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment Corporation Announces Public Offering of Common Stock

May 30, 2018 04:06 PM Eastern Daylight Time FARMINGDALE, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cherry Hill Mortgage Investment Corporation (NYSE:CHMI) (the “Company”) announced today that it is offering 2,750,000 shares of its common stock in an underwritten public offering. The Company also expects to grant the underwriters an option to purchase up to an additional 412,500 shares of its common stock. The Company intends to use the net proceeds of the offering for general corporate purposes, which may include the acquisition of additional servicing-related assets and other residential mortgage-related assets, such as Agency RMBS and non-Agency RMBS. Morgan Stanley and JMP Securities will serve as... Read more →


122 Women on Ballots in June 5 Primaries for Congressional and Statewide Offices

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNewsnet)(May 31, 2018)--Gender Watch 2018 has issued outlooks ahead of next week's primary elections in Alabama, California, Iowa, Montana, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, and South Dakota. In total, 122 women will appear on 8 states ballots for congressional and statewide offices, the largest number of women appearing on ballots on any single primary day in 2018. They represent 24.3% of all major party candidates on primary ballots next week. Each outlook contains data on the number of women running in congressional and statewide contests, women as a proportion of all candidates (by party), and historical comparisons. All... Read more →


Red White and Blue Mass Friday, June 1 at St. Mary School, Vineland

Related: Officer Down Memorial Page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS source Diocese of Camden VINELAND, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Are you a member of the military, law enforcement, veteran, firefighter, EMT or first responder? Please join us on June 1st for our Red, White and Blue Mass. Please RSVP to ckirchman@smrschool.org Read more →


MURPHY SIGNS HEALTH INSURANCE MANDATE FOR NEW JERSEYANS

New Jersey became the second state to enact a health insurance requirement for all residents, Politico.com reports. Residents who do not maintain health insurance will have to pay a penalty. Essentially, the mandate restores a key provision of Obamacare that was rescinded by Congress after Donald Trump became president. RAMSEY COP SETTLES GENDER BIAS LAWSUIT FOR $325,000 A female police officer who contended that the Ramsey Police Department had created a hostile work environment has settled her gender-bias lawsuit for $325,000, The Record writes. The officer, Diane Warnet, had contended that she was disciplined more harshly than male colleagues and that... Read more →


GTPD And The Kiwanis Club Sponsor The Children’s Garden Club

graphic provided GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 31, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Hi Young Gardeners! It’s time to LETTUCE Garden!!!! After all this rain we have plenty of weeks to take care of so bring your gloves if you have them. We will also finish our Garden Spoon Markers, make a Children’s Garden Banner for Gloucester Township Day, and finally try some of those smoothies we have been promising! Parents, bring a plastic bag if you would like to harvest some lettuce. The Children’s Garden, sponsored by GTPD and the Kiwanis Club, is open to everyone! We meet every Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00 at the... Read more →


ESMARK Makes Memorial Humboldt Decals Available to Public, Free of Charge

Esmark, Inc. has developed and produced a decal sticker memorializing all of those impacted by the 4-6-18 Humboldt Broncos bus accident. Esmark has assumed all costs to produce and distribute the decals, which are now available to the public, free of charge. (Graphic: Business Wire) May 29, 2018 01:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time SEWICKLEY, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To commemorate those lost in the April 6, 2018, Humboldt Broncos bus accident, Esmark, Inc. today announced that it has developed and produced a decal sticker memorializing all of those impacted by the incident. Esmark has assumed all costs to produce and distribute the decals, which... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Sergeant Daniel Baker of the Dickson County Tennessee Sheriff Department

(Charlotte, TN)(May 30,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Sergeant Daniel Baker was shot and killed while responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle in the area of Sam Vineyard Road and Tidwell Switch Road. Dispatchers lost contact with Sergeant Baker after he arrived at the scene and other officers were sent to make contact with him. His vehicle was tracked by GPS and located several miles away by an officer from another agency. His body was located inside of the vehicle. The subject who shot him was identified and remains at large. Sergeant Baker was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had served with the Dickson... Read more →


Anglers invited to fish for free in Delaware waters June 2 and 3

DOVER DELAWARE(May 30, 2018) – To celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week, June 2-10, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife invites you to fish, crab, and clam in any Delaware waters by offering free fishing days on Saturday and Sunday, June 2 and 3. On these two days, anyone, out-of-staters included, may fish the state’s waters without a fishing license. Anglers are reminded that even though they don’t need a license to fish June 2 or 3, they are still required to obtain a free Fisherman Identification Network (F.I.N.) number, available online at www.delaware-fin.comor by calling 800-432-9228. Anglers also are required... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Honors Its 2017-18 Athletes of the Year!

photo provided GLOUCESTER CITY NJ --Gloucester Catholic wishes to congratulate the following sports award winners from Wednesday's annual sports banquet at Masso's (L to R): Kyle Murphy -- Boy of the Year; Matt Gray -- Male Athlete of the Year; Camryn McHugh -- Female Athlete of the Year; Meghan McGonigle -- Girl of the Year. They are congratulated by Mr. Pat Murphy (left), Athletic Director, and Mr. Ed Beckett (right), Principal. source Gloucester Catholic High School Read more →


Bureau of Securities Assesses $100,000 Penalty Against NJ Man for Defrauding Investors

NEWARK (CNBNewsnet)– The New Jersey Bureau of Securities today ordered a Bergen County man and his company to pay a $100,000 civil penalty for selling unregistered fraudulent securities and misusing at least $82,000 of investors’ funds on steak dinners, limousine service, visits to a “gentlemen’s club,” and other personal expenses. Eric J. Bruno, of River Vale, and his company Mirakill Brands, LLC, (“Mirakill”) misled at least eight investors – including at least seven from New Jersey – into buying unregistered securities in the form of membership interests and warrants to buy membership interests in Mirakill. Bruno represented Mirakill to investors as... Read more →


Voorhees Police Create School Security Email Account

VOORHEES TWP NJ(CNBNewsnet)--The Voorhees Police Department has created an email account designed to receive tips for school security issues, StudentSecurity@vtpd.com, is now available for use to report issues to our Agency that may impact the safety and security at any Voorhees Public School or Eastern Regional High School. The email address may also be used for questions or concerns a student may have regarding security measures, procedures, or what to do in the event of an emergency. 911 should always be called to report emergencies or information relating to the use or threatened use of violence. This email tip account is... Read more →


Anti-gun Political Correctness Imperils Monument to Medal of Honor Recipient

NRA-ILA image SUPPORT NRA-ILA As difficult as it may seem, anti-gun tactics have reached a pathetic new low. We regret to report that some on the anti-gun left, in their fanatical intolerance of all things firearms, now find it acceptable to attack monuments honoring World War II Medal of Honor recipients. Grand Island, N.Y. is home to Charles N. DeGlopper Memorial Park. The memorial honors the city’s hometown hero, who posthumously received the Medal of Honor for his valor during the invasion of Normandy. According to the citation found at the U.S. Army Center of Military History, when Pfc. DeGlopper’s platoon... Read more →


CNB Medical News:Four Factors Predict Chronic Opioid Use, Suggests Study by WVU Researchers

CNBNews graphics file Newswise — MORGANTOWN, W.Va.—Four factors increase the odds that a patient will wind up on chronic opioid therapy, suggests research conducted by a team of researchers led by Nilanjana Dwibedi, assistant professor in the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. It is the first study to investigate the risk of transitioning to incident chronic opioid use among patients with noncancer pain. The findings are published in the journal “American Health & Drug Benefits.” Over the past 20 years, opioids have been widely prescribed for noncancer pain at Faggressive rates. But opioid use has been associated with serious consequences,... Read more →


#GTPD OPERATION "FREE"ze June 4-July 31 Rewarding Our Young Residents For Good Deeds

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Starting June 4th, officers will be on the lookout for kids who are committing GOOD DEEDS this summer. This could range from helping another person to wearing a bike safety helmet. If officers catch our young residents doing something good for our community we want them to ......Get ready to "FREE"ze because our officers will be handing you a COUPON for a "Free"ze Rita's Water Ice! We know we have wonderful kids on our community and we can't wait to reward them for the good things they are doing every day! We have partnered with our... Read more →


2018 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest

CNBNews graphics file TRENTON NJ (CNBNewsnet)(May 30, 2018)--This Digest is available in an enlarged photocopied black and white format for the visually impaired. Send requests to: NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife, Large Format Freshwater Fishing Digest, MC 501-03, P.O. Box 420, Trenton, NJ 08625-0420. The 2018 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest is available on this website in PDF format and on the publisher's website in an easy-to-use interactive format. View it on J.F. Griffin Media's site now: Publisher's 2018 New Jersey Freshwater Fishing Digest Digest segments and past issues are available on the Freshwater Fishing Digest PDF Segments page. Print... Read more →


Vineland, N.J. Police Department Locks Up Energy-Efficient Foundation in New Facility

MILLVILLE, N.J. – More than 50 years old, the current Vineland, N.J. Police Department building includes obsolete heat and air conditioning, lacks the necessary space to effectively manage growth, and has an inefficient basement area. A new facility, scheduled for completion in early 2019, should resolve these issues. “From the ground up this building is being created the right way,” says Vincent A. Myers, AIA and principal of DI Group Architecture. “The new two-story police department starts with energy-efficient Superior Walls® XiTM Wall panels. These are very ‘green’ products that were created locally in Millville, N.J. in a controlled environment. “The... Read more →


WILDWOOD MAYOR SAYS VIDEOS WILL VINDICATE COPS

The Wildwood police say that they will release body camera video of the violent arrest of a woman on the beach and that it will show that the police did what was necessary, Mayor Ernie Troiano Jr. said. A video shot by a bystander and posted on social media showed police punching the woman in the head, NJ.com reports. Troiano said the woman assaulted the police officers when she was stopped for underage drinking. NEWARK MAYOR’S CAMPAIGN TREASURER PLEADS GUILTY TO FRAUD The campaign treasurer for Newark’s mayor, Ras Baraka, pleaded guilty to fraud charges Tuesday in federal court, the Asbury... Read more →


OBITUARY: Joseph Parker (Tinker) Hillman, of Westville

On May 26, 2018, Joe passed away peacefully at the age of 82. Joe was born in Somers Point NJ to Joseph and Rose (Monichetti) Hillman and grew up in Wildwood and Atlantic City. He earned a bachelor's degree from St. Joseph's University and spent his career as an accountant. Joe proudly served in the US Army in Germany during the Korean conflict. He lived and worked for many years for Limitorque of Lynchburg Virginia before relocating to Westville NJ in 2005. Joe enjoyed spending time outdoors, building classic NJ model boats, and 'tinkering'. He was a devout Catholic and active... Read more →


ABC’S BEEF WITH ROSEANNE BARR IS PHONY

 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the firing of Roseanne Barr from ABC-TV: Roseanne Barr has been making vile comments for years, so why—all of a sudden—has she crossed the line? In 1990, when she grabbed her crotch, spit on the ground, and gave a screeching rendition of our national anthem at a baseball game, the cultural elites who now hate her were fine with her stunt. It’s not America bashing they despise—it’s racism. It sure isn’t anti-Catholicism that bothers them, either. Now that the media are rediscovering some of Barr’s past bigoted statements, they seem to be unaware... Read more →


Pennsauken Man Charged with Attempted Murder of His Girlfriend

PENNSAUKEN NJ (May 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)Anthony Ortiz, 29, of Pennsauken, was charged with the attempted murder of his 24-year-old girlfriend after a shooting that occurred Tuesday afternoon. Pennsauken Police responded at approximately 12:51 p.m. to a to 9-1-1 call regarding a woman who was shot on the 2200 block of Gross Avenue in Pennsauken. When officers arrived, they located the victim on the floor suffering from a single gunshot wound inside her home. The woman was rushed to Cooper University Hospital by EMS and Paramedics, where she is currently being treated. Anthony Ortiz, who lived with the victim, was still on scene... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: PAY UP BOB

When the Senate Ethics Committee severely admonished disgraced Senator Bob Menendez for his bribery scandal, they demanded that he pay back the bribes he accepted from convicted felon Salomon Melgen. Menendez has resisted, claiming he already paid Melgen back, and the committee was just unaware. But Politico’s New Jersey Playbook notes that he has actually paid back only a fraction of the bribes, reimbursing Melgen for two private jet flights, with the Senate Democrats’ campaign arm reimbursing him for a third. But according to the Department of Justice, Menendez accepted many more flights, as well as a Paris hotel stay, a... Read more →


AMBLER MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DEFRAUDING FHA AND TAX FRAUD

PHILADELPHIA PA (CNBNewsnet)--On May, 29, 2018, EUGENE PETER KENWORTHY, Jr., age 50 (approximately), of Ambler, PA, pleaded guilty. KENWORTHY was previously charged by Indictment with wire fraud, false statements for the purpose of influencing the Federal Housing Administration, aggravated identity theft, and failure to file a tax return. KENWORTHY. was licensed in Pennsylvania as a Certified Appraiser for residential real estate. He worked at Tech Review Ltd. ("Tech Review"), a real estate appraisal company owned by defendant KENWORTHY's father. In or about January 2016, HUD suspended KENWORTHY, barring him from performing any appraisals for FHA-insured mortgage loans; including Home Equity Conversion... Read more →


SHOWTIME--High-Flying Runway Reveal, Fashion Reaches New Heights

Graphics provided By Raymond Rolak | CNBNewsnet May 29th marked the introduction of Delta Airlines new uniform reveal. All across their global system, the Atlanta headquartered air carrier is showing off the new Passport Plum theme. It is a superb combination that features form and function. Delta is also the dominant carrier in Detroit. Featuring Lands’ End manufacturing and a heightened degree of style Delta released this statement, “As the sun rises in cities around the world this morning, a new uniform collection makes its first public appearance on 64,000 Delta Air Lines employees in airplanes, airports and hangars from Chicago... Read more →


Mater Dei (0) at Gloucester Catholic (14), NJSIAA South Jersey, Non-Public B tournament

BROOKLAWN NJ (MAY 30, 2018)Andrew Vail pitched a five-inning one-hitter, striking out 13 and walking one to lead second-seeded Gloucester Catholic over 7-seed Mater Dei, 14-0, in five innings, in the quarterfinal round of the South Jersey Non-Public B tournament on Tuesday in Gloucester City. Evan Giordano hit two home runs, finishing with five RBI while Tyler Cannon went 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored for Gloucester Catholic, which had 12 hits as a team. Jake McNellis hit a single and a triple, recording two RBI and three runs scored while Ryan Nutley singled twice with two RBI and... Read more →


Timber Creek placed in a shelter in place during proactive K9 search

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Timber Creek High School was just recently placed in a shelter in place. With the support of the Black Horse Pike Regional School District and the Camden County Prosecutors Office a K-9 search was conducted for illegal contraband. This is a random search to deter drug activity and a precautionary measure to keep schools safe. Timber Creek High School is a drug free school zone and drugs will not be tolerated on school grounds. This is another example of community partnership and the Gloucester Township Police 3rd Gear policing initiative that focuses on prevention, suppression and... Read more →


Burlington City Man Receives 27-Year Sentence for Killing Stepfather

Stephen J. Paul MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Burlington City man was sentenced to 27 years in New Jersey state prison for fatally stabbing his stepfather last year inside an apartment in the 100 block of East Broad Street in Burlington City. Stephen J. Paul, 44, pled guilty to Aggravated Manslaughter (First Degree) last month in Superior Court, admitting to stabbing Edward Williams, 70, multiple times during a physical confrontation at Paul’s residence on August 1, 2017. Williams, a Westampton resident, was pronounced dead at the scene. The State requested a sentence of 30... Read more →


ARCHDIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS  GRADUATE THE CLASS OF 2018

Baccalaureate Masses and Commencement Exercises scheduled at Catholic high schools throughout the five counties of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 17 high schools are proud to announce their scheduled Baccalaureate Masses and Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2018. Catholic schools are committed to giving students the tools, skills, and guidance they need to not only overcome 21st-century challenges, but also to flourish intellectually, morally, and spiritually. The core purpose of Archdiocesan schools is “to equip saints for life in this world and the next.” The 2018 Archdiocesan high school Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Exercise schedule follows. Please... Read more →


President and CEO of Jefferson Named in Fast Company’s Annual List of the 100 Most Creative People in Business

Stephen K. Klasko joins the list of 100 women and men from Tesla, Amazon, Netflix, Instagram, Twitter, Frito-Lay, Universal Music, Google, Disney, the NBA and Lyft. PHILADELPHIA (May 30, 2018) — Fast Company today announced its annual list of the Most Creative People in Business for 2018, honoring an influential and diverse group of 100 leaders from a vast range of global industries including tech, design, entertainment, healthcare, media, government, nonprofit, finance, food, and more. The Most Creative People in Business list recognizes individuals whose work might not necessarily be quantifiable by numbers, but who are nonetheless having a measurable impact... Read more →


The Myth of Sisyphus and the Achievement Gap

By John Kellmayer (CNBNewsnet)(May 30, 2018)I was New Jersey school district superintendent for 17 years. I dealt with the achievement gap issue on a frequent basis. The New Jersey Department of Education monitors districts on their success in reducing the achievement gap and penalizes districts on the Quality Single Accountability Continuum (QSAC) instrument for failure to reduce this gap. In The Myth of Sisyphus, Albert Camus introduced his philosophy of the absurd. The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly roll a rock to the top of a mountain, where it is destined to fall back under its own weight. Are educators... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Race of Gentlemen June 8-10

CNBNews graphics file WILDWOOD NJ (CNBNewsnet)--The 7th Annual Race of Gentlemen Vintage Car and Motorcycle Beach Drag Races, one of the premier events of the summer, returns to the Wildwoods Friday, June 8 through Sunday, June 10, hosted by the Oilers Car Club/Motorcycle Club. Spectators and racers alike will experience a simpler time of when guys were gentlemen and cars were king! 1934 and older, and vintage automobiles and 1947 and older motorcycles – including Indian, Harley Davidson, Excelcior, Ford, Dodge Brothers and more – will compete in an exhibition style beach race at the water’s edge between Schellenger and Spicer... Read more →


Home Country: The Mule Barn Gang Comes To The Rescue

Slim Randles Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet It was like buzzards circling the body. The Jones kid, Randy, was out in the Mule Barn parking lot with the hood up on his car. He was staring down into it the way a first-time parachutist would look out the airplane door. You never quite knew for sure what lay ahead. “Looks like Randy’s got problems,” said Steve. “Let’s have a look,” said Dud. So coffee was left to get cold and the entire Supreme Court of All Things Mechanical – Steve, Dud, Doc, Herb and Dewey – trooped out to see what was... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL: Self-tuning brain implant could help treat patients with Parkinson’s disease

(CNBNewsnet)--Stimulating and sensing electrodes are implanted in the brain and connect to small computer under the skin. Data from this computer can be read by an external device. Ken Probst/Starr lab Deep brain stimulation has been used to treat Parkinson’s disease symptoms for 25 years, but limitations have led researchers to look for ways to improve the technique. This study describes the first fully implanted DBS system that uses feedback from the brain itself to fine-tune its signaling. The study was supported by the National Institutes of Health’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Technologies (BRAIN) Initiative and the National Institute of... Read more →


Man released on weapons charges under NJ Bail Reform arrested again for weapons, drug charges

May 24, 2018 usbailreform /republished with permission Released on bail reform - arrested again David Locke The “catch & release” policies of bail reform continue in New Jersey as a Newark man gets arrested for weapons and drug charges – while out on pretrial release under bail reform for weapons charges. David Locke, 20, of Newark was taken into custody, after a foot chase, by officers of the Bureau of Narcotics after they had witnessed a drug buy – which then led to the discovery of a fully loaded 9mm Luger handgun in Locke’s possession. Prior to the incident, Locke had... Read more →


Assets in the opioid epidemic, working dogs can also become its victims

Source: University of Penn School of Veterinary Medicine Cynthia Otto, director of the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Working Dog Center, examines a K9 officer as part of a Working Dog Center study. (Image: Tracy Darling/Superfit Canine) It’s hard to overstate the magnitude of the nation’s opioid crisis, which claims more than 100 lives each day due to overdoses. The impact of opioids radiates beyond the direct users, however, as secondary exposure to drugs can harm first responders such as police officers, firefighters, and even working dogs, which can use their perceptive noses to find illicit drugs. Cynthia Otto, director of the... Read more →


How to travel cheaply in Mexico

CNBNews graphics file CNBNews Staff (CNBNewsnet)(May 30,2018)--There’s always been something very special about Mexico, which is why it’s remained a top choice for travelers from every corner of the globe. As a holiday destination, it offers a little something for everyone, and whether you’re a party animal looking for the ultimate in hedonism or a culture vulture looking to explore some Mayan ruins, Mexico offers it all. From traveling on a shoestring budget to those with a more socialite agenda, it may be time to look a little bit closer at the range of possibilities that Mexico has to offer for... Read more →


CNB March 2013 Archives: State Releases Education Spending for School Districts

published March 26, 2013 Gloucester City's 2010-11 numbers... Total Spending Per Pupil 2010-11 Total Spending: $46,151,325 2010-11 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 2,095.6 2010-11 Costs Amount per Pupil: $22,023 2010-11 Costs Rank Within Group per Pupil: 64 2011-12 Total Spending: $48,493,560 2011-12 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 2,135.6 2011-12 Costs Amount per Pupil: $22,707 2011-12 Costs Rank Within Group per Pupil: 65 (to continue information click on Gloucester City below) Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending 2013 >CSG Home Camden County Districts Listed. Select a District: AUDUBON BORO (0150) BARRINGTON BORO (0190) BELLMAWR BORO (0260) BERLIN BORO (0330) BERLIN TWP... Read more →


When Is Insurance Not Really Insurance? When You Need Pricey Dental Care

Photos by Heidi de Marco I’m 61 years old and a San Francisco homeowner with an academic position at the University of California-Berkeley, which provides me with comprehensive health insurance. Yet, to afford the more than $50,000 in out-of-pocket expenses required for the restorative dental work I’ve needed in the past 20 years, I’ve had to rely on handouts — from my mom. This was how I learned all about the Great Divide between medicine and dentistry — especially in how treatment is paid for, or mostly not paid for, by insurers. Many Americans with serious dental illness find out the... Read more →


Philadelphia man charged in connection with convenience store robberies

Eastern District of Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man was charged May 24 in connection with armed robberies of convenience stories, announced U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain. Tyrone Evans, 24, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was charged by indictment with three counts of Hobbs Act robbery and three counts of the use and carrying of a firearm during a crime of violence. According to the indictment[1], the defendant, along with codefendants who were charged separately, committed three gunpoint robberies of convenience stores in Philadelphia in June of 2017. “We work very hard to reduce violent crimes like these,” said U.S. Attorney McSwain. “And... Read more →


Letters to the Ed: Will Stephen Sweeney Sacrifice Jeff Van Drew's Congressional Dreams?

Posted by Alexander Roubian on May 29, 2018 · Regardless of how he votes, there will be no where to hide for Senator Jeff Van Drew when Stephen Sweeney posts those 7+ anti-Second Amendment bills. The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) has been following Jeff Van Drew’s (D) campaign for U.S. Congress in New Jersey’s second congressional district, which covers the southern most portion of our state. Though he’s claimed to be a friend of gun owners, and he’ll point to a few meaningless votes as evidence, his true colors have shown in the Democratic Primary and it’s now safe... Read more →


Lady Lions S.J. Group 1 Champions

The Lady Lions defeated rival Audubon 1-0 in extra innings. Lions Meghan Ferry scored from second base with 2 outs in the 8th inning when pure determination by Emilee Hillman beat out an infield grounder. Tentative date for next date is Thursday at Stockton College against New Egypt Pictured Below Winning Pitcher Vanessa Pino, 3rd baseman Myranda Mc Cabe and 1st baseman Sam Palese Pictured Below Meghan Ferry scores winning run Pictured Below is Emilee Hillman Read more →


Down The Shore: Wildwood Beer Fest June 9

WILDWOOD NJ (CNBNewsnet)--As crowds of vacationers begin to pour into the Jersey shore, scores of craft breweries will be pouring their latest libations at the fourth annual Wildwood Beer Fest on Saturday, June 9. Located in Fox Park, on Ocean Ave between E. Burk and E. Montgomery Avenues in Wildwood, this fun festival will be equally exciting for brew aficionados and novice beer lovers alike. A ticket to the event grants you access to over 100 brews, a commemorative beer tasting cup, live bands, unique food truck eats and craft vendors. Beer sampling is unlimited with your ticket; food and merchandise... Read more →