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July 23, 2020

UPDATED: Two Women Killed on Ocean Drive in Head-on-Motor Vehicle Collision

UPDATE (July 23, 2020)--Lower Township Police release the names of the two women who passed in Wednesday's motor vehicle crash as Corinne M. McDevitt, 35 years old, of Villas, NJ, and Linda M. Greenfield, 68 year old, of West Cape May, NJ. ++++ LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ--(July 22, 2020)--Tragically, two women were killed Wednesday afternoon in... Read more →


Sicklerville House Catches Fire After Being Struck by Lighting; Family Displaced

Date: July 22, 2020 Incident Location: 100 block of Breckenridge Dr. Sicklerville GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (July 23, 2020)--On Wednesday July 22, 2020 at approximately 8:35 PM, the Gloucester Township Police Department received a 9-1-1 call reporting a house in the 100 block of Breckenridge Dr. had been struck with lightning and was on fire. Officers... Read more →


Numerous Suspects Arrested During Operation Safe Quarantine in Burlington County

BURLINGTON CITY, NJ (July 23, 2020)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina, United States Homeland Security Investigations Assistant Special Agent in Charge - Newark Richard Reinhold, and Cinnaminson Township Police Chief Richard A. Calabrese announced today that numerous people have been charged with possessing and distributing child pornography as the result of a joint investigation during the... Read more →


Killens Pond State Park Water Park to Reopen Friday After Cleaning, Negative Tests

DNREC Announces The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will reopen the Killens Pond State Park Water Park on Friday, July 24, following its closure last week after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Through the Division of Public Health, contact tracing was completed, water park staff who met the definition of close... Read more →


Tim McGraw Gives Surprise Virtual Performance to Virtua Nurses

Country music superstar “crashes” video call, pays tribute to frontline workers (MARLTON, N.J.) Singer, actor, and producer Tim McGraw surprised and delighted a handful of frontline nurses with a pop-up performance and conversation via video chat. The chart-topping, Grammy-winning artist used the opportunity to acknowledge the hard work and sacrifice of the staff at Virtua... Read more →


Rowan Volleyball Team Earns USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award

LEXINGTON, KY - The Rowan women’s volleyball team has earned the USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award for the 2019-20 season, as awarded by the United State Marine Corps and the American Volleyball Coaches Association, becoming one of 231 teams honored in NCAA Division III. The Profs, under the direction of sixth-year head coach Deana Jespersen, maintained... Read more →


NJBIA to Testify Against Health Insurance Plan Tax that Will Raise Premiums   

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association is urging two legislative committees today to vote against a proposed $300 million health insurance tax that would increase costs for businesses, nonprofits and ultimately all employees who pay a portion of their healthcare premiums. The bills, S-2676/A-4389, would impose a new 2.75% state excise tax on fully-insured... Read more →


Beware of Scammers Posing as Business or Government Officials

by Jabari Cook Intern, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC Scammers love to use the same old tricks in new ways. One of their favorites is to pose as a business or government official to pressure you into sending them money or personal information. Now, some scammers are pretending to be popular online shopping... Read more →


Thomas C. McGlinchey, of Mt.Ephraim, formerly of Gloucester City; Landscaper, GHS Alumnus, Class of '73

Mount Ephraim – Formerly of Gloucester City. On July 19, 2020. Age 67. In the loving and devoted care of his wife of 30 years, Elisa Anne McGlinchey (nee Thomas). Cherished father of Danielle McGlinchey, Stacy McGlinchey, Thomas C. McGlinchey, Jr. and Kathryn (Adam Smith) McGlinchey. Beloved brother of Michael (Elaine) McGlinchey, James (Joyce) McGlinchey,... Read more →


Former Lebanon County Republican Senator Sentenced to Prison on Child Pornography Charges

By Christen Smith | The Center Square smart-adunit="/132916964/thecentersquare.com/pennsylvania"> (The Center Square)(July 21, 2020) – Former Lebanon County Republican Sen. Mike Folmer began his two-year prison sentence on Tuesday after pleading guilty to child pornography possession Gloucestercitynews.net files charges earlier this year. “I’m not mad at anyone but myself,” Folmer told the judge, according a report... Read more →


Top State Members of Ohio GOP Charged by Feds with Racketeering Conspiracy Involving $60M

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Speaker of the House was arrested this morning and charged in a federal racketeering conspiracy involving approximately $60 million paid to a 501(c)(4) entity to pass and uphold a billion-dollar nuclear plant bailout. It is alleged that Larry Householder, 61, of Glenford, Ohio, and the enterprise conspired to violate the... Read more →


Four Democratic Members of The Toledo City Council Charged in Bribery/Extortion Scheme

Four sitting Toledo Council members all Democrats were arrested by the FBI in a bribery and extortion scheme image courtesy of WTVG Councilwoman Harper is accused of using a local attorney, Keith Mitchell, to solicit and accept bribe payments on her behalf. TOLEDO, OHIO--Four sitting Toledo City Democratic Council members and one local attorney were... Read more →


VIDEOS: Heavily Armed Black Militants Demonstrated at Stone Mountain, GA, the Birthplace of the KKK

CNBNews Reporting An army of several hundred black militants heavily armed with M15 semi automatic rifles marched through Stone Mountain Memorial Park on Independence day. screenshot:Newsweek (Gloucestercitynews.net)STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA--A large group of heavily armed black militants marched on Stone Mountain Park, located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4. Leaders of... Read more →


Childproofing Your Pool and Swimming Safety

Gloucester Township Police Community Safety Tip: Children can drown in less than 2 inches of water. That means drowning can happen in a sink, toilet bowl, fountains, buckets, inflatable pools, or small bodies of standing water around your home, such as ditches filled with rainwater. • Never leave a child unsupervised near a pool including... Read more →


IPTV vs Cable – Who Holds the Future?

(GLOUCESTERCITYNEWS.NET)(July 23, 2020)--IPTV is the new buzz word. It’s a new type of TV service that may replace conventional TVs. When compared with cable, it’s more versatile. However, it comes with some restrictions. But there’s cable in every other household and there are juicy bundles out there such as Spectrum packages. So can IPTV really... Read more →


Delaware Asking the Public to Report Sightings of Wild Turkeys During July and August

DOVER, DELAWARE--The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is looking for volunteers to help with its annual wild turkey productivity survey during July and August. The public is encouraged to monitor and report wild turkey sightings in Delaware to provide data that helps DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife sustainably manage the state’s turkey... Read more →


Community Grants Awarded to Camden City Not-for-Profit Organizations

Conner Strong & Buckelew, American Water, The Michaels Organization, NFI, and The Cooper Foundation Sponsor Community Building Grants to Camden City Based Non-Profit Organizations CAMDEN CITY, NJ – George E. Norcross, III, Chairman of Cooper University Health Care, announced that four Camden City based non-profit community organizations will receive grant awards from the supplemental round... Read more →


Virtua Health Teams with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

to Provide Newborn Care at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Highest-level neonatology services available at Camden hospital’s Special Care Nursery (CAMDEN, N.J.) Virtua Health announced today that the Special Care Nursery (SCN) at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital is now being managed and staffed by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) neonatologists. With this... Read more →


Success in Job Search: How to create a cover letter without efforts

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 23,2020)--One of the important documents you attach to the application is a cover letter. Writing services can be helpful in case you have never come across how to write it but want to land a dream job. Free services offer hundreds of samples, sorted by type and industry, which you can customize. Paid professional... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Welcomes New Officers

(Gloucester Township, NJ)(July 23, 2020)--Monday, July 20, the Gloucester Township Police Department welcomed three new officers. These officers although new to the Gloucester Township Police Department they bring with them previous police experience and are all Veterans who have served our great country. The Community Relations Bureau was present to capture the exciting moment as... Read more →


Video: Anarchists Attack Homeland Security Agents Protecting Federal Buildings in Portland

CNBNews Reporting (Gloucestercitynews.net)(PORTLAND, OREGON, JULY 21, 2020)--Hundreds of anarchists try to storm a United States courthouse in Portland, Oregon as agents from Homeland Security sent to Portland to protect federal buildings fire teargas into the crowds trying to disperse them. One agent was hit over the head by a subversive using a sledge hammer. His... Read more →


HOW YOU CAN MEDICALLY DEAL WITH TRAFFIC COLLISION CASES

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 23,2020)--According to the World Health Organization road traffic statistics, approximately 1.35 million die each year from road accidents. Road accidents are disastrous, leaving many victims hospitalized and properties damaged. Depending on the amount of collision, victims can suffer varying degrees of injuries ranging from bruises to broken body parts. It is important to seek... Read more →


MVC Announces Scheduled Inspections to Resume for Salvage Vehicles

TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) customers are advised that they can resume making appointments for salvage vehicle inspections. A salvage vehicle is one that has been wrecked, destroyed or damaged to such an extent that the insurance company considers it uneconomical to repair. These vehicles can be repaired and re-sold in certain... Read more →