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December 17, 2018

Edward J. Duffy, of Woolwich Township age 81; Past Westmont SuperFresh Manager

Edward J. Duffy Woolwich Twp. - Surrounded by his loving family, on December 16, 2018, at the age of 81. Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 60 years to Elsie P. Duffy (nee Craig). Loving dad of Patricia Grippe (William) and Kelly Gentile (Robert). Cherished pop of Meghan LaMalfa (Joseph), Amanda Gentile, Devon Grippe and the late Kelsie Gentile... Read more →

Senate Advances Van Drew Bill to Help Victims of Drug Abuse Find a Job in Atlantic City Casinos

December 17, 2018 TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Senator Jeff Van Drew, which would allow a person who has successfully completed special probation for certain drug offenses to qualify for a casino employee license and a casino employee registration, advanced from the Senate today. “The entire Jersey shore suffers from the opioid epidemic. By allowing certain victims of the drug... Read more →

Wolf Announces Gun Safety Measures

PITTSBURG, PA--Governor Tom Wolf today joined Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, city leaders and advocates in announcing a package of commonsense gun safety measures that will be introduced to Pittsburgh City Council Tuesday. The bills include an assault weapons ban; an accessories, ammunition and modification ban; and an adoption of Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs). Copies are available here of the... Read more →

North-Philly Danny Garcia vs Granados Set for April

CNBNews graphics file PHILADELPHIA-(CNBNewsnet)(December 17, 2018)--Back in September North Philadelphia’s Danny Garcia found himself standing on the wrong side of the judge's decision. All of them. The unanimous decision loss to Shawn Porter had media outlets questioning Danny Garcia’s next move. Where will he go? Is he at crossroads? Does this put his career on the lee side of the... Read more →


LOGAN TOWNSHIP, NJ (DECEMBER 17, 2018)--On September 12, 2018, a collaborative effort by law enforcement officers from the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office – Gangs, Guns, and Narcotics Task Force (GGNTF), and the Logan Township Police Department, seized a total of ten (10) kilograms of suspected Heroin in Logan Township, New Jersey. This was a historical and significant seizure of Heroin... Read more →

Woman Charged with Allegedly Operating a House of Prostitution in Ocean City, NJ

Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Acting Chief Jay Prettyman of the Ocean City Police Department announce the arrest of Grace Li on prostitution related charges. In July of 2018 the Ocean City Police Department received information regarding alleged prostitution occurring at the L&G Spa located in the 500 block of... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA PA (December 17, 2018)--The 63rd Annual Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas Gala will host more than 500 young people who benefit from over a dozen programs administered by Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CSS). They represent approximately 16,000 children across the Delaware Valley who benefited from residential and community-based programs offered by CSS this year, including... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Boy Scouts Took The Inclusion Bait

December 17, 2018 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the fate of the Boy Scouts: The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is exploring the possibility of declaring bankruptcy. How could an organization which had roughly 5.5 million members in the early 1970s, and now commands only 2.3 million, collapse so rapidly? Several factors are at work, but none are... Read more →

Ducks Unlimited conserving 1,700 acres of coastal New Jersey

$4 million initiative benefits wildlife and area residents CAPE MAY, New Jersey – Dec. 17, 2018 – After conserving more than 7,600 acres of coastal wetlands, Ducks Unlimited and several partners aren’t slowing down on protecting bird habitat along the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Coast of New Jersey. The third phase of the Southeast New Jersey Coastal Initiative, a $4... Read more →

NJ Announces Rule to Rejoin Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)

Trenton, New Jersey (December 17,2018)---- Governor Murphy announced his plan to rejoin the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative today, a multi-state program establishing limits on carbon pollution from the region’s power plants. The announcement comes after his January 2018 Executive Order directing the administration to re-enter the program. New Jersey is proposing to enter the regional program starting at 18 million... Read more →

Delaware Parks & Recreation Public Meeting on Proposed Changes in Surf Fishing Program

DOVER (Dec.17, 2018) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation will discuss proposed changes to the surf fishing program at its upcoming, regularly-scheduled Parks and Recreation Council meeting. The meeting, open to the public, is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 17th, at the Dover Public Library, 35 East Loockerman Street, Dover 19901. Parks & Recreation staff will offer a... Read more →

6 Of the Best iPhone Monitoring Software

(December 17, 2018)--Cell phone monitoring software is readily available these days and it is important that they are put to good use to ensure the safety of your kids, spouse, near and dear ones, or employees. The internet, social media Apps and smartphones lure people to indulge in immoral, dangerous, and illegal activities. To keep a tab on other’s phone... Read more →

Historic Hotels of America Announces The 2018 Top 25 Most Magnificent Gingerbread Displays

at Historic Hotels in the United States of America December 13, 2018 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--December 13, 2018 Historic Hotels of America® has the best hotels to celebrate the holiday season and see the most spectacular (and delicious) gingerbread creations. From almost life size replicas of a historic hotel to intricate and detailed edible villages, there are... Read more →

Delaware Valley University Students from New Jersey Serve as Peer Mentors

DOYLESTOWN, PA (12/14/2018)-- A team of Delaware Valley University upperclassmen was selected to mentor first-year students during the 2018/2019 academic year as part of the First-Year Peer Mentor program. Peer Mentors provide first-year students with academic, social, and personal encouragement as they navigate their first year at the University. The First-Year Peer Mentor Program is integrated into the University's DelVal... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing PA: Quail with Rice

December 12, 2018 by pgcuser1 Bobwhite Quail season opened on Monday, and runs through Dec. 24, then reopens Dec. 26-Feb. 28 (8 daily, 24 possession). Prehistoric evidence of bobwhite quail in Pennsylvania dates back as early as the 1400’s with the discovery of their bones found in early human settlements. Through the advent of recorded history, early peoples utilized quail... Read more →

Lebanon Valley College Recognizes Fall Student-Athletes from New Jersey

ANNVILLE, PA (12/14/2018)-- Lebanon Valley College recognized more than 250 student-athletes who competed for the Flying Dutchmen fall athletic teams. Local athletes include: Cooper Fiadino of Egg Harbor Township (08234), a member of the football team. Lebanon Valley's football team posted a 2-8 record in 2018. Despite their record, the Dutchmen won its final two games of the season, including... Read more →

The little thrift store that does big things

Father David Grover, pastor of Saint Clare of Assisi Parish, Gibbstown, stands with Gerry Siglow, the force behind the King’s Things thrift store, and his wife, Barbara. Photo by Alan M. Dumoff “The Call to Stewardship” is a periodic series profiling individuals and families throughout the Diocese of Camden who have shown an inspiring response to the call to Christian... Read more →

Delaware Coastal Cleanup drew 1,100-plus volunteers who collected 2.7 tons of trash

DOVER (Dec. 14, 2018) – The DNREC-sponsored 31st annual Delaware Coastal Cleanup held Sept. 22 drew 1,115 volunteers, who collected 2.7 tons of trash and recyclables from 42 sites along more than 68 miles of Delaware’s waterways and coastline stretching from Wilmington to Fenwick Island. For the first time in its history, the cleanup was moved to a rain date,... Read more →

PennEast Gets Eminent Domain- Battle Continues

by Jeff Tittel, NJ Sierra Club, Federal court has granted PennEast the use of eminent domain to gain access to properties to do survey work. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) granted of a certificate of public convenience and necessity for the PennEast Pipeline project. This decision by FERC allows PennEast to use eminent domain to get on property where... Read more →

New Jersey Residents Embark on Undergraduate Careers at Tufts University

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, MASS. (DEC. 14, 2018) (12/14/2018)-- Local students joined more than 1,500 undergraduate students from around the world as they begin their academic careers at Tufts University, located in Medford/Somerville, Massachusetts. The university's Class of 2022 includes: Henry Adair, Ocean City Colette Smith, Moorestown Tori Berlin, Cherry Hill Callie Watson, Wall Township Alyssa Levine, Hainesport Marguerite Blanc, Strassen In all,... Read more →

*Please Donate to The Needy Children's Christmas Fund

THE NEEDY CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS FUND CORPORATION P.O. BOX 87 GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ 08030 Dear Friend of Our Needy Children: The Needy Children's Christmas Fund is a non-profit corporation inspired by the late Monsignor Edward B. Lucitt (photo)and founded by a group of people who wished to continue Monsignor's effort to provide clothes and shoes for children in need in both... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Elder Santa

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 17, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Everyone in America knows the story of Christmas eve—how Santa shows up on the roof with his sled and reindeer and jumps down the chimney with toys for good little boys and girls. We get that. But what about those of us whose kids are grown and we have not been... Read more →

New Jersey Man Sentenced for Interference with Flight Crew

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – U.S. Attorney Peter G. Strasser announced that JOEL MICHAEL BANE, age 39, of New Jersey, was sentenced Wednesday, December 12, 2018 after pleading guilty on September 13, 2018 to one count of interference with flight crew. According to the court documents, JOEL MICHAEL BANE intimidated and threatened flight attendants while on Southwest Airlines flight number 208,... Read more →


12/10/2018 HARRISBURG, PA - Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, The Conservation Fund, Berks Nature, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission have partnered to conserve vital acreage for migratory birds, announcing plans to protect and improve more than 77 acres of farmland located in the shadow of the Kittatinny Ridge in Berks County. These lands are being conserved, in part, by funding from Williams... Read more →

Three Small Bedroom Design Ideas to Make It Look Bigger

Similar to any other area, decorating your bedroom to make it look stunning is easier said than done. However, the process becomes more daunting when the room that you are decorating is too small. Fortunately, with the right tips, it is possible to design the small bedroom and keep it looking amazing. Here are tips on how to make your... Read more →