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May 30, 2020

Moorestown Police Investigating Fatal MV Crash on Route 38 Today

MOORESTOWN, NJ (May 30, 2020)--The Moorestown Police Department is investigating a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred on Saturday, May 30 at approximately 12:30 am at the intersection of Rt. 38 and Pleasant Valley Ave. A NJ Transit bus was making a left turn from Rt. 38 westbound on to Pleasant Valley Ave. southbound when it was struck by a passenger vehicle traveling eastbound on Rt. 38. The NJ Transit driver and one passenger were transported to Cooper Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The three... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Nursing Home Data Shows PA Health Secretary Unfit for Office

By Pennsylvania State Rep. Russ Diamond | The Center Square Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine recommend nonessential businesses statewide close for two weeks amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Commonwealth Media Services Last week, I introduced a resolution in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives calling on Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine to either resign or be removed from office by Gov. Tom Wolf. I do not take my oath of office to my constituents lightly and I do... Read more →


WAGNER SELECTED TO COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT II AT-LARGE TEAM

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan University field hockey player Casey Wagner was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-District II At-Large Team. Wagner moves on to the CoSIDA Academic All-America ballot, where first, second and third teams will be chosen. A student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.3 or higher cumulative grade point average and be a starter or significant reserve to be nominated. CoSIDA honors the nation’s top student-athletes for their performances on the field and in... Read more →


REOPEN SOUTH JERSEY NOW, Gov. Murphy

TRENTON, NJ --May 29, 2020--Senator Michael Testa is calling on Senate President Steve Sweeney to join forces and take the necessary steps to fully open the Garden State economy. Gloucestercitynews.net files “Our South Jersey restaurants are barely making ends meet. Last week, the Mayor of North Wildwood created a well-organized plan to allow community restaurants to open up and enjoy the beautiful weather,” said Testa. “What did our heavy handed Cape May County prosecutor do? He followed Gov. Murphy’s orders and shut down the plan.... Read more →


NYC pharmacist charged with hoarding and price gouging of N95 masks

NEW YORK – A New York City pharmacist was charged Tuesday following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York’s Dark Web & Cryptocurrency Task Force, with assistance from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Richard Schirripa, a/k/a “the Mask Man,” a licensed pharmacist, is charged with violating the Defense Production Act by hoarding and price gouging scarce N95 masks; making two false statements to law enforcement; committing healthcare fraud; and committing... Read more →


Sewell Contractor Involved with Direct Connection Project Cited by Justice Department

NEWARK, N.J. – The Justice Department today sued a Gloucesster County construction company for allegedly defrauding the United States by falsely claiming credit for using disadvantaged business entities, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. C. Abbonizio Contractors Inc., a company based in Sewell, New Jersey, allegedly defrauded the government by claiming to use disadvantaged entities when those entities were not actually used to perform work. Companies performing federally funded work on New Jersey transportation projects sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) are required... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Mouthing

Dawn O Watson/CNBNews Contributor When you bring a puppy home he is likely to "mouth". That term describes a young dog's habit of chewing on everything--including you! Usually, this behavior stems from the pup being removed from his mother's care before she has taught him essential manners. When a puppy is born (whelped is the technical term) she seeks her mother for everything from milk to protection. As the puppy grows older she will roughhouse with her litter mates. It is at this time, between... Read more →


Pemberton Man Receives 20 Years for Sexual Assault of Minor  

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 41-year-old Pemberton Township man has been sentenced to 20 years in New Jersey state prison for sexually assaulting a young girl last year. Erick Gentner, of the Browns Mills section of the township, must serve all 20 years before becoming eligible for parole. The sentence was handed down yesterday by the Hon. Gerard H. Breland, J.S.C. The proceeding was conducted through videoconferencing. Upon being released, Gentner will be subjected to parole supervision for life and also be... Read more →


NJ SHARES/Volunteers of America Unveil New Program Providing Rent and Mortgage Assistance

to Camden County Residents In Need Camden City, N.J. – Volunteers of America Delaware Valley (VOADV) and New Jersey SHARES Inc. (NJ SHARES) are partnering to offer a new assistance program for Camden County residents in need. The SHARES Mortgage Assistance Rent or Taxes (SMART) Program provides critical funding for rent or mortgage assistance to individuals that are currently facing eviction or foreclosure. “Our SMART Program is designed to assist households on the brink of an emergency situation, where foreclosure and eviction are eminent,” explained... Read more →


‘Electronic Communication’ Used to Launch Obama Administration’s Spy Operation on Trump’s Campaign Released

(Washington, DC) (May 30, 2020)--Judicial Watch announced today that it received the “electronic communication” (EC) that officially launched the counterintelligence investigation, termed “Crossfire Hurricane,” of President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. The document was written by former FBI official Peter Strzok and was obtained as the result of a Judicial Watch FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit against the FBI and DOJ for: “The Electronic Communication that initiated the counterintelligence investigation of President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.” (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:19-cv-02743)).... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: The Creed

RELATED: FACE OF DEFENSE AMERICAN HERO BROOKINGS, OR,Courtesy Photo U.S. Coast Guard District 13 Subscribe43 Petty Officer 1st Class Adam Preiser (surfman #535) operates a 47-foot Motor Lifeboat in the surf near Brookings, Oregon, Dec. 13, 2019. Surfman is the pinnacle of the five certifications available to boat-crew members, and Coast Guardsmen. (U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Bruce Beck Photography Public Domain use approved by Mr. Bruce Beck) Years ago a visitor from Central Oregon stood on the Depoe Bay Bridge, which runs along... Read more →


Beware of COVID-19 Scams

by Ari Lazarus Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Hey college students: even though you’re likely far from campus, scammers are still trying to find you. Maybe you or your friends have gotten an email claiming to be from the “Financial Department” of your university. The email tells you to click on a link to get a message about your COVID-19 economic stimulus check — and it needs to be opened through a portal link requiring your university login. Don’t do it. It’s a phishing scam. If... Read more →


PSE&G Installing Utility Poles on Market Street Beginning June 1; Expect Partial Road Closure

Lindenwold, NJ) – Freeholder Barbara Holcomb, has been notified by PSE&Electric that crews will be installing utility poles on Market Street in Gloucester City beginning on Monday, June 1, and continuing through Thursday, June 4. The project is expected to require the partial closure of the roadway to southbound traffic between King Street and Broadway “Any time a project requires the closure or partial closure of a roadway, traffic can be impacted throughout the surrounding area,” Holcomb said. “Motorists should be aware of this project... Read more →


NJ Governor’s Awards in Arts Education Announces 40th Anniversary Virtual Celebration

TRENTON— Students and adult leaders will receive the state’s most prestigious award in the arts, at the 40th Anniversary of the New Jersey Governor’s Awards in Arts Education on June 26 at 5pm. This event will recognize 70 students and 15 adult leaders who have demonstrated excellence in and dedication to arts education. Across the country, the Governor's Awards programs share similar goals however New Jersey sets itself apart. New Jersey students are the ultimate beneficiaries of the Governor’s Awards in Arts Education and this... Read more →


Delaware to Resume State Park Campground Rentals June 1

DNREC to resume state park campground rentals June 1 The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will reopen its campgrounds in Delaware State Parks Monday in response to Governor John Carney’s removal of the emergency ban on short-term rental units starting June 1. The mandatory 14-day quarantine for out-of-state travelers will also be lifted Monday. Governor John Carney on Tuesday announced that the State of Delaware will lift the ban on short-term rental units and the quarantine on June 1 as part of the... Read more →


Governor Wolfe Shortchanges Catholic Schools; Did He Misappropriate $47 Million?

May 29, 2020 by Bill Donahue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how Catholic schools are being fleeced in Pennsylvania: Gloucestercitynews.net files In response to COVID-19, Congress unanimously passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act to help states financially. Pennsylvania asked the federal government for $523.8 million in emergency funds to help schools, both public and private. Washington responded by granting $471 million. Washington authorized $66 million to be spent on private and religious schools, but Pennsylvania Gov.... Read more →