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September 21, 2019

2019 Gloucester Catholic Rams Host CLEARVIEW!

UPDATED/CORRECTED Gloucestercitynews.net--GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (9-21-19)-The Gloucester Catholic Rams hosted 1 and 1 Clearview at the Gloucester High School (GHS Field). The Rams coming off a loss in their first game of the season against Robbinsville were looking for their first win of the season. Clearview started scoring and never let up leaving the John Lynch Field with a 44 - 0 win. More photos available for viewing at www.Darrowphotos.com Related: Lions Searching for a Win (0-2); Rams Face Clearview Saturday Gloucester Catholic Gloucester City High... Read more →

Obituary | Angelina L. Salvano of Audubon

October 28, 1927 - September 19, 2019 Angelina L. Salvano (nee Fulginitti), on September 19, 2019, of Audubon. Age 91. Beloved wife of the late Michael. Devoted mother of Mary Flick and Gregory Salvano (Linda). Loving grandmother of Heather, Bud (Melissa), Lisa, Julie and Jason and great grandmother of Vera and Charlie. Dear sister of the late Mary and Marion. Great aunt of Krystal Braun. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services are private at the convenience of the family. Read more →

Accidental Dwelling Fire in Sicklerville; No Injuries

Gloucestercitynews.net--SICKLERVILLE, NJ (9-21-19)--Today, at approximately 10:46 AM, the Gloucester Township Police Department responded for a report of a dwelling fire on the unit block of Vance Ave. Sicklerville. Gloucester Township Police units arrived to find heavy smoke condition coming from the residence. Gloucester Township Fire units responded quickly placing the fire under control containing it to the kitchen. Fire units from Pine Hill Station #62 also assisted. Single occupant resident was safely evacuated from the home and treated by Gloucester Township EMS. She was transported... Read more →

Gloucester City Resident Shawn Miller Arrested for Burglary and Theft

Gloucestercitynews.net--HADDON TOWNSHIP, NJ (9-21-19)--The Haddon Township Police Department charged Shawn M. Miller of Gloucester City, with Burglary and Theft after an investigation, aided by video surveillance, revealed he was the individual responsible for two separate burglaries. According to police the first burglary occurred at the Grease Monkey on August 7, where two push mowers were taken. The second incident was a burglary to a commercial motor vehicle, which occurred on August 15. Miller was taken into custody without incident and processed at the Haddon Township... Read more →

OBITUARY: Isabella Daubert age 92, of Gloucester City

Gloucestercitynews.net--Gloucester City, NJ--Isabella Daubert (nee Marsden), on September 20, 2019, of Gloucester City. Age 92. Beloved wife of the late Alfred Daubert. Devoted mother of Alfred Daubert (Annabella), Kenneth Daubert (Mary Ellen), Peggy Kaiser (Ted), James Daubert (Ellen) and Diana Rose (Barry). Loving grandmom of 7 and great grandmom of 9. Dear sister of Olive Rumbol, Marian Snyder, and the late Kathrine Conrad, Bernice Raymond, James Marsden, John Marsden, Blanche Baker, and Elizabeth Rondeau. Also survived by brother-in-law Loren Randeau, Sr. and many nieces and... Read more →

Photo Pop Philly Returns to The Bourse with Winter-Themed Exhibit

Philly PR Girl Announces Photo Pop Philly: Winter Wonderland - Opening November 15 to January 5 Gloucestercitynews.net--PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 2019) — After major success this past summer, Photo Pop Philly is back this holiday season! The third installment of the pop-up includes festive partners and more interactive art from local Philly artists. Kicking off the season with a grand opening celebration on November 15, Photo Pop is ready for guests to immerse themselves in the joyful enchantment of Winter Wonderland. The brand’s latest edition is... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: End of Life Decisions

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--When a pet passes away you will want to arrange for cremation or burial. It’s best to think about these issues before the grieving process starts. Check the Internet for costs associated with burial or cremation ahead of time. You don’t want the added expenses associated with a beloved pet’s demise, to surprise you. If your dog is elderly or very sick, plan ahead. When you’ve made the difficult decision to end a pet’s suffering it’s best to research costs... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing News: Youth Hunts in NJ

Gloucestercitynews.net--Trenton, NJ--Youth Hunt Days provide a quality hunting experience for properly licensed youth hunters by increasing their opportunity for harvesting game before regular season openers. There are youth days for bow and firearm deer seasons, waterfowl, and pheasant/upland bird. A guided pheasant hunt is offered, and a youth turkey hunt is held in the spring. Deer harvested on youth hunt days DO NOT count toward regular Fall Bow or Firearm Deer Season bag limits. All deer taken on youth deer hunt days should registered as... Read more →

Rutgers Law School’s Medical-Legal Partnership Helps Resolve Complex Care Issues

Gloucestercitynews.net--CAMDEN CITY NJ– For Camden-area residents dealing with complex care issues, an inability to meet basic needs such as housing, health care, and nutritious food are obstacles to improving their health and wellbeing. Through the Rutgers Law School Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) with the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, patients have opportunities to improve their quality of life by resolving legal issues as well as getting the health care they need. Working alongside the Camden Coalition’s nurses, social workers, and community health staff, MLP attorney Jeremy... Read more →

DRPA Launches Multifaceted Initiative to Prevent Opioids Misuse and Abuse

“No Stigma. No Shame. Know the facts!” raises employee awareness about issues related to dependency and addiction Gloucestercitynews.net--CAMDEN CITY, NJ ((-!8-!9)--- In response to the opioid epidemic that has gripped our nation, today the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) and the Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) announced it is taking steps to educate its employees about opioid dependency, opioid addiction and the health impacts associated with vaping. With support from the Board of Commissioners, a comprehensive, multifaceted initiative to prevent misuse and abuse of opioids... Read more →

NJ Resident Among Widener University 2019 Apogee Scholars

CHESTER, PA (09/19/2019)-- Widener University was pleased to welcome 14 students in the 2019 freshmen class who have enrolled at the university as Apogee Scholars. Gloucestercitynews.net--Apogee Scholars are recognized by the Oskin Leadership Institute at Widener for their high potential to lead positive change on campus and in their communities. The students were all recipients of Widener High School Leadership Awards, and each received a $20,000 scholarship to attend Widener. As High School Leadership Award recipients, all of the students were nominated by their high... Read more →


“REAL ID” TO BE OFFERED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Gloucestercitynews.net--TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton today announced updates on the phased-rollout of REAL ID. Beginning October 1, 2020, either a REAL ID or a valid passport will be required to board domestic commercial flights. “As we promised in May of this year, we’ve made a number of changes to prepare for REAL ID,” Chief Fulton said. “We added online services, replaced all of our servers, upgraded our payment systems and driver... Read more →

NIH to investigate minor cannabinoids and terpenes for potential pain-relieving properties

Gloucestercitynews.net--Despite a lack of robust evidence, cannabinoids — such as CBD — are often assumed to be safe and effective in managing pain and used for such purposes in real-world settings. Now, nine new research awards totaling approximately $3 million will investigate the potential pain-relieving properties and mechanisms of actions of the diverse phytochemicals in cannabis, including both minor cannabinoids and terpenes. These awards, funded by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will strengthen... Read more →

Vineland's Compass Academy Achieves Success

Vineland, New Jersey—The American Association of Educators, an organization that routinely highlights educational success stories, featured Compass Academy Charter School in the latest edition of its Charter Spotlight. It is the second time in a month that this top tier-ranked charter school has been recognized by the media. The school was also featured on Quinn Broadcasting’s program Around South Jersey linked here. Both pieces focus on the school’s innovative approach, known as the Let Me Learn Process®, a program that allows both leadership and teachers... Read more →

NJ Residents Enter Belmont University

NASHVILLE, TN (09/19/2019)-- Belmont University kicked off classes for its fall 2019 semester with a record-breaking enrollment number as the University welcomed 8,481 students to campus, tripling the 2,796 students enrolled in 2000 and marking a 57 percent increase in the last decade alone. This marks Belmont's 19th consecutive year of record enrollment. Jillian DeBrito of Wall Township (07719) Michael DeVito of Chesterfield (08515) Zachary Gitto of Mays Landing (08330) Alexsia Light of Absecon (08201) Jillian McNabb of Columbus (08022) Ashleigh Neilio of Magnolia (08049)... Read more →


Gloucestercitynews.net--PHILADELPHIA PA--A Blue Mass will be celebrated at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in honor of law enforcement personnel, firefighters, and first responders. Reverend G. Dennis Gill, Rector of the Cathedral Basilica, will be the principal celebrant and homilist. Sunday, September 22, 2019 9:30 a.m. Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103 All are welcome to attend the Mass and pray for those who serve and safeguard our communities with unwavering and... Read more →