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March 21, 2019

Norman J. Theckston, of Brooklawn, age 88; DRPA Employee; Korean War Army Veteran

Norman J. Theckston, Sr. Brooklawn – On March 20, 2019. Age 88. Loving and devoted husband of 56 years to the late Margaret E. Theckston (nee Wilson). Loving father of Norman J. Jr. (Patricia), Michael (Diane), Patrick (Gina), John (Lori) and the late Thomas. Cherished grandfather of Veronica Theckston, Gerald... Read more →


Constance McAllister (nee Grzeczkowska) of Audubon, formerly of Glendora, age 81

gloucestercitynews.net graphics file Constance McAllister (nee Grzeczkowska), on March 20, 2019, of Audubon, formerly of Glendora. Age 81. Beloved wife of the late Donald G. McAllister, Sr. Devoted mother of Donald, Jr. (Jill), Karen Migala (Richard), Steven (Francine) and Vince. Loving grandmother of Donald, Amy, Sarah, Matthew, Phillip, Hannah, David,... Read more →


How Safe is Snapchat? Looking at How Snapchat Safety Has Changed Over Time

Snapchat is a unique social media platform that gained traction for its “disappearing message” capabilities and reputation for discretion and privacy. It’s primarily used to send personal messages between small, targeted connection groups, but it’s still subject to a lot of the dangers that you’d expect from larger, less private... Read more →


I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed and detoured overnight

Detour in place for lighting work and sediment removal (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced an overnight closure of I-295 southbound where it splits at Exit 26/I-76 westbound for lighting work as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 p.m.,... Read more →


Signs Of A Good 18-Wheeler Accident Attorney

An Introduction to 18-Wheeler Accidents (March 21, 2019)18-Wheeler Accidents can be called one of the worst types of automobile accidents that one can think of, and are by far some of the most deadly types of accidents that one can think of. 18-Wheeler Drivers always seem to take their job... Read more →


Authorities Arrest Wildwood Resident for Distribution of Heroin and Cocaine

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (March 20, 2019)- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Wildwood Police Chief Robert Regalbuto announce the arrest of William C. McNeal (age 56) of Wildwood, NJ for the distribution of Heroin and Cocaine on March 19, 2019. This arrest was the conclusion... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Kittitas County Deputy Sheriff Thompson Shot and Killed by Suspect

Deputy Sheriff Ryan Thompson Kittitas County Sheriff's Office, Washington End of Watch Tuesday, March 19, 2019 KITTITAS, WASHINGTON--Deputy Sheriff Ryan Thompson was shot and killed in the city of Kittitas following a vehicle pursuit at approximately 7:45 pm. He had responded to a traffic complaint involving a road rage incident... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: AN INMATE HAS DIED AT EMBATTLED ESSEX COUNTY PRISON

Officials said Wednesday that an inmate at the Essex County Correctional Facility in Newark, Jose Recoba-Morales, died on Monday. He was not an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainee. The prison has attracted significant attention for its health and safety code violations, including in the Office of Inspector General's scathing... Read more →


What to Eat and What Not to Eat: Colon Health is the Question

On average, 1 in 20 people will be diagnosed with colon cancer in their lifetime. However, leading a healthy lifestyle, by engaging in regular physical activity and consuming more nutritious foods, plays a promising role in prevention. In support of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Stephanie Biggs, RD, LDN, CDE,... Read more →


Why You Should Be Aware of the Rise in Colorectal Cancer Cases Among America’s Youth

While it’s true that colorectal cancer rates have dropped in the U.S. since the mid-1980s, new studies have shown more cases popping up among those under the age of 50 – the recommended age for baseline colonoscopy. Jefferson Health gastroenterologist Dr. Drew Chiesaexplains the possible reasons behind this shift. Dr.... Read more →


Jefferson Health (NJ) Radiation Oncology Nurse Honored by Gloucester County Freeholders

Kathleen Solari, RN, BSN, OCN, Radiation Oncology Nurse Manager at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township, received a Certificate of Commendation from the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders’ Jim Jefferson at a surprise presentation Wednesday. Solari, a 27-year associate and resident of Williamstown, NJ, was recognized by... Read more →


Owner of Vauxhall BBQ Takeout has Big Appetite for Success;

SBA/NJSBDC Programs help with Eatery’s Expansion VAUXHALL, NJ —There is no doubt about it that Chris Finnick has a big appetite for success. Ever since taking over his uncle’s Vauxhall-based barbecue takeout restaurant, Finnick has been serving up healthy portions of southern barbecue to the delight of his loyal customer-base.... Read more →


The Part 11:

The Early History of the City of Gloucester City: The Settlement; Industry: The Bleachery

The Permanent Settlement In 1661, another group of colonists from Dublin, Ireland, under the leadership of Robert Zane, arrived at Gloucester Point aboard “Ye Owners Adventure,” joined those who had not moved to Burlington and again began laying out a town worthy of distinction. The first roadway cleared was and... Read more →


Great Ways To Save Money On Your Motorcycle Maintenance

Motorcycle maintenance shouldn’t be expensive, and there are ways to save money by doing some of the repairs yourself. One great thing about bikes is that they have an open design so you will be able to become familiar with their inner workings much easier than with other things. Here... Read more →


Religious Leaders Admit Roles In Conspiracy To Evade Taxes On Millions Of Dollars In Income

NEWARK, N.J. – The leader and the main treasurer of the Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ admitted their respective roles today in a scheme in which both men caused the church to pay millions of dollars in personal expenses for the leader that the leader then omitted from... Read more →


How You Can Tell If The Fish You Catch Is Safe To Eat

Fish is an integral part of a healthy diet, as any physician can tell you. When you buy fish from a store, you count on the entire industrial chain from those who catch the fish to the ones who sell it to you, to provide you with clean food. But... Read more →


“Saint Katharine Drexel: The Holy Heiress”

PHILADELPHIA PA--The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is pleased to announce the presentation of “Saint Katharine Drexel: The Holy Heiress,” a 30-minute documentary on the life and work of Saint Katharine Drexel, to air at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 30, on 6abc. The program is a special presentation of 6abc’s FYI... Read more →


Petco Foundation Invests in Lifesaving Work of the Voorhees Animal Orphanage

CNBNewsnet | March 21, 2019 Grant of $20,000 will expand efforts to save more animal lives in southern New Jersey Voorhees, NJ (March 19, 2019) – The Voorhees Animal Orphanage (VAO) of Voorhees, NJ announced it has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to help VAO support... Read more →


Almost 4 Million Americans Are CBD Users

MRI-Simmons’ syndicated National Cannabis Study provides unprecedented learning on marijuana users and avoiders NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The hemp-derived oil known as CBD is bringing cannabis to the mainstream, from CBD “shots” at coffee shops to edible CBD gummy bears sold at convenience stores. Newly released research from MRI-Simmons shows that people... Read more →


PIANJ seeks nominations for industry stars

gloucestercitynews.net | March 21, 2019 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.—The Professional Insurance Agents of New Jersey is calling for nominations for its 2019 Distinction of Professionalism Awards. Nominations are due May 3, 2019. This association will honor insurance professionals who exemplify the qualities and actions that serve as a model of excellence... Read more →


Camden County Prosecutor's Statement on Police-Involved Shooting in August 2018

CAMDEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE CONCLUDES THAT USE OF FORCE WAS JUSTIFIED IN AUGUST 7, 2018 NON-FATAL POLICE SHOOTING IN CAMDEN CITY The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (“CCPO”) has completed its investigation into the August 7, 2018 use of force by a Detective of the Camden County Metro Police Department and... Read more →