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September 10, 2020

Austin George Dobleman, of Gloucester City, Kings College Graduate, GHS Alum Class of 2013

Austin George Dobleman GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Suddenly, on September 8, 2020, from injuries sustained from a motor vehicle accident. Age 25. Of Gloucester City. Beloved and cherished son of George J. and Lisa Ann Dobleman (nee Virden). Beloved brother of Owen Dobleman (fiancé Emily Anderson) and Dalton Dobleman. Cherished grandson of Thomas and Veronica Virden. Beloved nephew of Tom Virden, Jr. (Theresa), Veronica Hemphill and Sharon Lail (Troy). Loving cousin of Brianna, Anthony and Olivia Indelicato, Barry Hemphill, Gabrielle, Ashlee and Troy Lail, Jr. (Maria) and Josh Dobleman. Loving boyfriend of Kristina Kocher. Austin is also survived by his loving and faithful... Read more →


Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix Shot/Killed Responding to a Vehicle Tampering Call

Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix Henderson County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina HENDERSON COUNTY, NC--Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix was shot and killed when he responded to a vehicle tampering and shooting call in the area of Bethea Drive and Piney Ridge Drive in Mountain Home. A citizen called 911 at about 3:00 am after discovering two subjects breaking into a vehicle. The citizen retrieved a firearm and confronted the subjects. One of the subjects had stolen a firearm from the vehicle and the two exchanged gunshots. Deputy Hendrix and other deputies arrived on scene and confronted the subject, who was wanted on a... Read more →


Route 42 overnight lane closures this weekend

Bridges over Timber Creek project nears completion in Gloucester and Deptford Traffic will be shifted into its final configuration (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane closures this weekend on Route 42 in both directions as the Bridges over Timber Creek and Lower Landing Road project nears completion between Gloucester, Camden County and Deptford, Gloucester County. Beginning at 8 p.m., Friday, September 11, until 6 a.m., Saturday, September 12, NJDOT’s contractor, Richard E. Pierson Construction Company, is scheduled to close two lanes on Route 42 northbound to restripe the road into the final configuration. Route... Read more →


Jersey City Police and Fire 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (Sept. 10, 2020) – To commemorate the solemn anniversary of Sept. 11, the American Red Cross and Suburban Propane will join the Jersey City Department of Public Safety for the sixth annual Jersey City Police and Fire 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive. Close to 200 first responders and community members are expected to participate in this blood drive following the highest standards of safety and infection control. WHAT: 6th Annual Jersey City Police and Fire 9/11 Memorial Blood Drive WHEN: Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. The blood drive will take place between 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Media are invited... Read more →


SCI Releases Report on Pagan's MC Gang

photo courtesy of NJ State Crime Investigation Force (Gloucestercitynews.net)-TRENTON NJ (September 10, 2020)--– The State Commission of Investigation revealed in a report issued September 9 that the proliferation of violence that accompanied a recent rapid expansion of the Pagans Outlaw Motorcycle Gang in New Jersey included numerous assaults committed against members of the public – some of whom had no connection at all to the biker club. RELATED: Gloucester City Police Chief: There Was No Fight Between Pagans and Warlocks MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES OF THE PAGANS OUTLAW MOTORCYCLE GANG ARRESTED IN TRI-STATE AREA SWEEP The SCI report, culminating investigative work that... Read more →


AG Investigating Death of Man who was Arrested by Voorhees Police

TRENTON (September 10, 2020)--– The Attorney General’s Office is conducting an investigation into the death of a man who died on Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, after being taken into custody by police in Voorhees, N.J. The identity of the male civilian, age 37, is not being released at this time. According to the preliminary investigation, the incident began at about 3 p.m. when an officer of the Voorhees Township Police Department observed the man drive at a high rate of speed through the parking lot of the Voorhees Town Center shopping mall and crash into a curb. The man exited the... Read more →


Philly Man Pleads Guilty to Attempted Sexual Assault In Mount Laurel

BURLINGTON CITY NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 54-year-old Philadelphia man pled guilty today in Superior Court to grabbing a woman who was walking along a Mount Laurel roadway last year and attempting to sexually assault her after dragging her into a nearby wooded area. Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Donald Cramer Jr. will be sentenced to a term of 18 years in New Jersey state prison in exchange for pleading guilty to Attempted Aggravated Sexual Assault (First Degree). The plea was entered in Mount Holly before the Hon. Gerard H. Breland, J.S.C., who scheduled sentencing for... Read more →


Heating/Air Conditioner Contractor Allegedly Installed Mirrors in Middle School Bathroom

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (Sept. 10, 2020)--On September 9, 2020, the staff from the Glen Landing Middle School in Gloucester Township discovered mirrors had been installed on the interior doors of the stalls in one of the girl’s bathrooms. Staff became suspicious that someone Gregory Mahley was peering through an air conditioning vent located overtop of the bathroom stalls. School staff immediately contacted the Gloucester Township Police Department and an arrest was made. Gregory Mahley, 51, of West Deptford, was charged with one count of second-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Manufacturing of Child Pornography), one count of third-degree Invasion of... Read more →


Menendez & Coleman Join New Jersey TPS Holders on Frontlines Combating Coronavirus

Trenton, NJ – Earlier today Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (NJ-12) joined Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders who are working on the frontlines of the Coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey to discuss their critical role in protecting New Jersey communities during this crisis, even as the Trump administration is trying to deport them. Sen. Menendez and Rep. Watson Coleman have been fighting for a permanent solution to protect TPS holders and will discuss the urgency for Congress to act in the face of potential senseless deportations. In New Jersey 7,500 TPS holders are working in occupations at... Read more →


New School Resource Officer Corporal Tom Messick!

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--The First Day of School is not only exciting for first time students and teachers, but it's also exciting for brand new School Resource Officers as well! Gloucester Township Police Cpl. Tom Messick is our "rookie" SRO assigned to Glen Landing Middle School, Loring Flemming School, Glendora School, and Chews School! He may be a rookie SRO, but he's not a rookie Police Officer. Corporal Messick is a Veteran of the United Stated Air Force Reserves, serving from 2000-2006 in the 514th Security Forces Squadron, and served in Doha, Qatar after 9/11, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. He... Read more →


"Blenheim Bandit" Apprehended

Burglary & Theft GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (September 9, 2020)--During the summer months, the Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) received reports of several burglaries and thefts occurring in the Blenheim community. Unknown suspect(s) were unlawfully entering unlocked garages, sheds, vehicles, and trailers. Once inside these areas the suspect(s) would steal construction tools and landscaping equipment. These felonious acts caused over $8,000.00 in losses for the victims. Detectives from the GTPD Criminal Investigations Unit (CIU) worked extensively on leads for each case. As a result of these investigations and an analysis of the suspect’s modus operandi, Timothy Allen of Blenheim NJ was developed... Read more →


Gloucester Township PD Reminds Public that Schools Are Open

Gloucester Township NJ--All of the schools and neighborhoods will have heavy school bus traffic during morning and afternoon hours. Be sure to pay attention as you drive near school zones and be sure to follow the general rule of thumb- yield and give pedestrians and buses the right of way at all times. The speed limit in New Jersey, unless otherwise posted, is 25 miles per hour (mph) when passing through a school zone during recess, when the presence of children is clearly visible from the roadway, or while children are going to or leaving school, during opening or closing hours.... Read more →


AC Electric Urges Customers to Establish Payment Arrangements, Secure Energy Assistance

More can be done for customers who call now to discuss past due balances MAYS LANDING, N.J. (September 9, 2020) – Atlantic City Electric is urging customers who may have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic to contact the company now to establish payment arrangements and get connected to customer assistance programs. Atlantic City Electric recognizes the financial challenges some customers are facing as a result of the pandemic and will continue to work with each customer individually to help with the continuation of their electric service. Service disconnections, which were suspended in March, are always a last resort and,... Read more →


Erial Resident Threatens Family & Police with BB Rifle

On Tuesday, September 8th, 2020, at approximately 12:44 PM, the Gloucester Township Police responded to the 100 Block of Kohomo Avenue, Gloucester Township, NJ, for a domestic dispute with a 55-year-old emotionally disturbed male threatening family members with a firearm. The first officers responded and removed the family members out of the house and immediately set up a perimeter. A command post was established and neighbors were evacuated or sheltered in place. Officers observed the suspect barricading himself inside the residence, and saw the muzzle of a rifle pointing out towards the officers. The Gloucester Township PD Special Response Team (SWAT)... Read more →


$2 Billion PRF Nursing Home Incentive Payment Plans Available

WASHINGTON DC--Today, under the leadership of President Trump, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), is announcing the details of a $2 billion Provider Relief Fund (PRF) performance-based incentive payment distribution to nursing homes. This distribution is the latest update in the previously announced $5 billion in planned support to nursing homes grappling with the impact of COVID-19. Last week, HHS announced it had delivered an additional $2.5 billion in payments to nursing homes to help with upfront COVID-19-related expenses for testing, staffing, and personal protective equipment (PPE) needs. Other resources... Read more →


2020 Apogee Scholars at Widener U.

CHESTER, PA (09/09/2020)-- Widener University was pleased to welcome 15 students in the 2020 freshmen class who have enrolled at the university as Apogee Scholars. Apogee Scholars are recognized 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 schools for their abilities to stand up for what is right, address a wrong and make a difference in their communities... Read more →


For Student Safety EPA Encourages Schools/Universities to Use EPA-Approved Products

WASHINGTON (September 9, 2020) — As many students across the nation return to school this fall, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is reminding school districts and state and local officials to remain vigilant when it comes to cleaning and disinfecting school buildings and facilities by using only products found on EPA’s List N. As part of the efforts to safely reopen schools, EPA is continuing to work closely with states, local governments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide up to date information to protect public health as school districts, private schools, and universities develop and... Read more →


The basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Why it’s essential to get your site to the top of the listings (Gloucestercitynews.net)(Sept. 10, 2020)--It’s well-known that search engines are the driving force of the internet. Without them, we simply couldn’t make sense of the billions of pages of information that exist online. Search engines help us find information, give us directions, point us to products, help us shop, link us to websites, etc. In the majority of cases (unless we already know a specific site address), they are the starting point in almost all our web journeys. The importance of the first page results A recent study by online... Read more →


Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, and San Francisco 49s Favorites for Week 1

(LAS VEGAS) — The Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, and San Francisco 49ers will open the 2020 NFL season as the oddsmakers’ consensus favorites to reach Super Bowl LV and with the largest point spreads in Week 1, according to TheLines.com, which tracks odds in the U.S. regulated sports betting markets. Gloucestercitynews.net files A consensus of that nation’s largest legal online sportsbooks — including FanDuel, DraftKings, PointsBet, SugarHouse, and BetMGM — place the Chiefs at +600 to win the Super Bowl, meaning bettors would win $600 for every $100 wagered. At individual sportsbooks, the Chiefs are being offered with a range... Read more →


Tips to Win in Online Casino Malaysia

(September 10, 2020)--The online casino Malaysia might be perplexing and overwhelming, especially for newcomers or people who don’t have any clue on gambling online. The games in online casino are a great invention because you can play them anywhere at your desired time for as long as you wish, with zero included fees or disturbance from the casino crowds. Top 5 Winning Secrets You Need to Know Playing the online casino Malaysia is a fantastic social activity. With all the genuine information we provided, you will know how to win when participating in the online casino Malaysia gambling games. The following... Read more →


Former Gloucester City Resident Victim of Fatal Crash in Pennsylvania

LARKSVILLE PA (September 10, 2020)-- A former resident of Gloucester City, NJ died in a fatal auto crash Monday night, according to The Times Leader. Austin Dobleman, age 25, was the driver of a vehicle that hit a utility pole and a stone wall on Route 11 after crossing the Carey Avenue Bridge said Luzerne County Chief Deputy Coroner Joe Jacobs. Authorities said the crash happened at about 11:45 p.m. Dobleman was pronounced dead at the scene. He was the lone occupant of the vehicle. Jacobs said Dobleman lived in Wilkes-Barre. Dobleman was a graduate of Gloucester City Jr. Sr. High... Read more →


CNB Hunting NJ: Fall Bow Deer Season Opens Sat.

The Fall Bow Deer Season opens this Saturday in certain Deer Management Zones. The first deer must be antlerless (except for youth hunters) through October 2. photo courtesy of Gary Devine The season then opens statewide on Saturday, October 3. Refer to the Archery Deer Hunting by Season and Zones for specific bag limits and other information. Permits for all deer permit seasons, as well as Fall Turkey and Bear go on sale September 14 online and at license agents. Archery Deer Hunting by Season and Zones Deer Hunting Location Viewer - Know your Deer Management Unit before heading out. Hunting... Read more →


How to Play Online Slot Games Like a Pro?

(September 10, 2020)--If you want to make money with online slot games at an online casino Singapore, then you must have a good understanding of its games. Slot machine is a fun and exciting game that win money depending on your luck. If you want to try a chance on the online slot machine and don't know how to do it successfully, then this guide is for you. Everything is listed here to help you become an online slot game pro. Let's take a look at the things to look out for when playing slot games. 1. Pay Lines The number... Read more →


SofCare Report Examines the Shaky State of Job-Connected Health Insurance

On September 9, 2020, United States of Care (USofCare) released a new brief examining the precarious state of job-connected health insurance for people, employers, and our economy. With this report, USofCare is beginning a national conversation about the longstanding problem — magnified by COVID-19 — associated with tying people’s health insurance to their jobs. USofCare will bring together policy experts, employers, innovators, and everyday people experiencing the current health care system to understand what currently works and potential alternative solutions. The new USofCare report, “A System Under Stress, Exacerbated: The Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance System at a Crossroads,” also looks at approaches... Read more →


Comprehensive Guide to Playing Slot Games

(September 10, 2020)--With the increasing popularity of casino games, online slot games have taken off the gambling industry including the world of online casino Singapore. The reason is that slot machines have a higher payout rate and the gameplay is simple and straightforward. Statistics show that nearly 75% of online gamblers prefer slot games compared to other game options such as table games. This is an indication that the future of online slot games is just getting better. Below is a comprehensive guide to playing slot games like a pro and converting every winning chance. 1. Choose the Best Slot Games... Read more →


Deptford Resident Earns Award from WGU

SALT LAKE CITY (Grassroots Newswire) September 9, 2020 - Kendall Amos of Deptford, NJ has earned an Award of Excellence at Western Governors University College of Health Professions. The award is given to students who perform at a superior level in their coursework. About WGU Established in 1997 by 19 U.S. governors with a mission to expand access to high-quality, affordable higher education, online, nonprofit WGU now serves more than 123,000 students nationwide and has more than 190,000 graduates in all 50 states. Driving innovation as the nation's leading competency-based university, WGU has been recognized by the White House, state leaders,... Read more →


Mistakes to Avoid When You Play in an Online Casino Singapore

September 10, 2020)--Online casino Singapore can be a devastating place. Although they may be a great way for you to spend your leisure time and play a variety of casino games, most people ruin the game due to constant mistakes they make and end up disappointed with the entire gambling experience. Singapore's online casino is really a great platform for players to win real money. But if you keep making mistakes, then eventually you will lose money and will not get to enjoy the experience of winning money from gambling. Below are some of the mistakes you need to avoid when... Read more →


Gambling Games to Play in Online Casino Malaysia

(September 10, 2020)--For someone who is not living in Malaysia, playing online casino games may appear complicated. However, this article will share with you about online casino Malaysia gambling games and you can play it legally to win real money. Apart from land-based casino, playing gambling games in online casino is also good option for you to have fun as a leisure activity. If you are Muslim in Malaysia, then it could get complicated since according to the Sharia law it is prohibited for people who practice Islam. We have to point out the fact that online gaming is receiving a... Read more →