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May 26, 2019

Sweeney: High Taxes Forcing New Jerseyans to Leave for Florida

As the wealthy leave New Jersey for states with much lower tax burdens, it will be our middle class and the working poor who will make up the difference in higher property tax bills. New Jerseyans already pay the highest property taxes in the country, not to mention we pay... Read more →


Edmund C. Feather of Norfolk, Va.

Norfolk, Virginia - Suddenly, On May 20, 2019. Age 57. Loving father of Jenna Feather. Predeceased by his daughters Alison and Melissa. Beloved Son of Eva May Sharpe (nee St. Pierre) and the late Norman Harvey Feather. Cherished Step-Son of the late Thomas Sharpe. Dear Brother of Joe Feather (Marlene),... Read more →


Carolyn T. Moore of Deptford, formerly of Haddon Hts.

Carolyn T. Zappley-Moore, Deptford, New Jersey, formerly of Haddon Heights, New Jersey passed away peacefully on Monday, May 20, 2019. Beloved partner to Robert Covely and the Covely family. Survived by her son, Gregory A. Zappley (Annamarie) and predeceased by her granddaughter Nicole Marie; son Jeffrey L. Moore (Jennifer); grandchildren,... Read more →


Silver Diner Hosts Memorial Day Breakfast Show

CHERRY HILL, NJ – (gloucestercitynews.net)--Buckle up, start your engines and drive down to Silver Diner for the 8th Annual Memorial Day Breakfast Car Show on Monday, May 27 from 8 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. Silver Diner is Located at 2131 Route 38 in Cherry Hill. Silver Diner and... Read more →


Marie C. Whittick of Gloucester Twp., formerly of Oaklyn

On May 16, 2019 (nee Moll) of Gloucester Twp., formerly of Oaklyn, NJ, age 91. She was the beloved wife of the late Paul S. Whittick, loving mother of Joseph P. Whittick (Camille), Regina M. Coker (Edward), and the late Paul M. Whittick and dear sister of Eileen Prusienski (Andy),... Read more →


Janet K. Flemming of Gloucester City; Worked at PNC Bank and Heritages

Janet K. Flemming Gloucester City - On May 24, 2019. Age 71. Loving mother of Michael J. Montis and Michele Kidd. Cherished grandmother of Nathaniel, Kieran, Leland and Marshall Kidd. Beloved sister of Ida Natale, Barbara Verna and Mary Ann DiCicco. Predeceased by her mother, Ida H. Flemming and siblings,... Read more →


Mitchell F. Malinowski, of Haddon Township; Army Veteran

Haddon Township – On May 20, 2019. Age 77. Loving husband of 46 years to Patricia L. Malinowski (nee Glover). Beloved father of Michael F. Malinowski and Mitchell S. Malinowski and beloved father-in-law of Robbin. Cherished Pop-Pop of Olivia and Matthew. Born and raised in South Camden, Mitchell proudly served... Read more →


New York Post Searing Editorial Regarding the Hostitly Between the Political Boss and the NJ Governor

The gov vs. the boss: We’re rooting for Murphy in his showdown with Norcross (gloucestercitynews.net)(May 26,2019)--The New York Post wrote an editorial today, May 26, about the feud between New Jersey Political Boss George Norcross and the state's governor, Phil Murphy. The fight is over the $11 billion given to... Read more →


53-Year-Old Philadelphia Woman Stabbed To Death in Camden City

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (May 26, 2019)(gloucestercitynews.net)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a homicide in Camden City on Saturday, May 25, 2019. Camden County Police responded to reports of an unconscious female inside of a residence on the 2800 block of Wayne Avenue... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: K-9 Max, Portsmouth PD, Suffered Fatal Injuries During Training

K9 Max Portsmouth Police Department, New Hampshire End of Watch Thursday, May 23, 2019 PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE (gloucestercitynews.net)--K9 Max, age six, suffered fatal injuries during a training exercise in Rollinsford, New Hampshire, on May 22nd, 2019. His handler was conducting obedience training with Max and allowing him to run off... Read more →


Officer Down: Police Officer Jesus Marrero-Martínez Murdered Trying to Help His Friend

Police Officer Jesus Marrero-Martínez Manatí Municipal Police Department, Puerto Rico End of Watch Saturday, May 25, 2019 PUERTO RICO (gloucestercitynews.net)--Police Officer Jesus Marrero-Martínez, age 37, was shot and killed while intervening in a carjacking attempt while off duty. He and a friend had gone to a club on PR 686,... Read more →


Feds Use DUI Arrest Records to Catch Illegal Aliens Released by Sanctuary Cities

WASHINGTON DC (gloucestercitynews.net)--Illustrating how sanctuary policies shield dangerous criminals, federal agents captured 141 illegal immigrants in just a few weeks simply by using fingerprints from local drunk driving arrests in one region of the U.S. The operation took place recently in New England, well known for protecting illegal aliens from... Read more →


Memorial Day coast to coast, American Legion-style

source American Legion As the nation remembers those members of the military no longer with us this weekend, American Legion Family members across the nation are stepping up to lead Memorial Day observances in their communities, towns and cities. The events include parades, ceremonies and the placing of U.S. flags... Read more →


CBD Reduces Craving and Anxiety in People With Heroin Use

Mount Sinai study highlights the potential of cannabidiol as a treatment option for opioid abuse Newswise —(gloucestercitynews.net)- (New York – May 2019) Cannabidiol (CBD) reduced cue-induced craving and anxiety in individuals with a history of heroin abuse, suggesting a potential role for it in helping to break the cycle of... Read more →


*Independence Seaport Museum Memorial Day Weekend Fireworks

Memorial Day Weekend Fireworks PHILADELPHIA, PA --Join us for the unofficial start of summer with Memorial Day Weekend fireworks on Saturday, May 25. Enjoy the Museum and our two historic ships, Cruiser Olympia and Submarine Becuna, all day. At 9:30 p.m., take in spectacular views of the fireworks on the... Read more →


EPA Awards $206,000 Beach Grant to Delaware

WASHINGTON (gloucestercitynews.net)-(May 23, 2019) -- As the nation heads into the summer beach season, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has begun awarding up to $9.24 million across 39 states, territories, and tribes to develop and implement beach monitoring and notification programs. This year’s allocation includes $206,000 designated to support... Read more →


“The 5th Little Girl” of the 1963 16th Street Church Bombing

to Appear in Atlantic County “The 5th Little Girl” of the 1963 16th Street Church Bombing and Civil Rights Icon to Appear in Atlantic County (Pleasantville) NAACP Atlantic City and Mainland Chapters in conjunction with Mount Zion Baptist Church, The African American History Museum of Atlantic City and The Anti-... Read more →


Community Partner Spotlight: Operation Snack Bags

“Resting in your therapy chair, know that there are those who care.” And thanks to The Women’s Council of Realtors Southern NJ Chapter, many of our patients at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, know that there are those that care. Our chemotherapy and radiation patients received 90 care bags... Read more →


NJ Residents Graduate from University of New Hampshire

DURHAM, NH (gloucestercitynews.net)-(05/23/2019)-- The following students graduated from the University of New Hampshire in May 2019. Students who received the honor of summa cum laude graduated with a GPA of 3.85-4.0; students who received the honor of magna cum laude graduated with a GPA of 3.65-3.84; and students who received... Read more →


Comprehensive NCHSS Report Reveals Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists

(gloucestercitynews.net)--May 26, 2019 — The National Council for Home Safety and Security (NCHSS) has released a thorough report on the most dangerous countries for travelers in 2019. The report contains multiple rankings and points of data for nearly 200 countries, with explanations for why certain countries are considered dangerous (e.g.,... Read more →


20 Summer Happenings Coming To Philly In 2019

New Exhibits, Openings & Debuts Slated For Philadelphia And The Countryside This Summer Summer brings more than sunshine, warm weather and the start of water ice season to Philly. It brings new exhibits, openings and more. Among the newcomers: blockbuster exhibit Marvel: Universe of Superheroes at The Franklin Institute, N.C.... Read more →


Ben Franklin Bridge South Walkway Bike & Pedestrian Ramp Opening

Ben Franklin Bridge south walkway project The Ben Franklin Bridge South Walkway Bicycle & Pedestrian Ramp will open to the public on Tuesday, June 4. The $7.9 million project is in the final stages and the Authority will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the event. The newly expanded... Read more →