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September 16, 2020

GTPD's Safe Exchange Zones

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--The GTPD Safe Exchange Zones are located inside between the watch desk area and court room and the outside by the front steps of the Police Department. These Safe Exchange Zones should be used for such things as custody exchanges and online purchase exchanges. These are safe, well lit areas that are recorded and open 24 hours a day to help improve your safety during these transactions. Additional safety precautions: - We want to encourage you to meet at our police station. - Our police station is open 24 hours a day, but we want to encourage you to... Read more →


Jersey Cash 5 Winner in Cape May; $168,476 Jackpot

TRENTON (Sept. 16, 2020) – One lucky ticket matched all five numbers drawn winning the $168,476 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from the Tuesday, September 15, drawing. The winning numbers were: 02, 18, 22, 23, and 29 and the XTRA number was: 03. The retailer will receive a bonus check for $2,000 for the winning ticket sold. That ticket was sold at Acme Markets #845, Lafayette St. & Ocean St., Cape May in Cape May County. Read more →


Hello Lindenwold Families, TIME IS RUNNING OUT...

Time is running out to be counted in the 2020 Census. We desperately need your help more than ever as Lindenwold is underperforming. Completing the Census is safe, easy, and it’s extremely important. Help Lindenwold get its fair share of federal funding. Please commit to completing your survey today and encourage others in our community to do the same. If not today, please attend the 2020 Census Day of Action on tomorrow, Thursday, September 17 from 5pm – 8pm in the parking lot of Deterding’s Family Market. There will be a book bag giveaway while supplies last, refreshments, and more. Address/Location... Read more →


NJ American Water Honors Boys and Girls Club of Union County

American Water Charitable Foundation Awards Nearly $15,000 to Boys and Girls Club of Union County Funding will promote core focus area of Water and the Environment CAMDEN, N.J. – SEPT. 15, 2020 – New Jersey American Water announced today that The Boys and Girls Club of Union County has been selected as a 2020 American Water Charitable Foundation Keep Communities Flowing grant recipient. The Boys and Girls Club of Union County will receive $14,970 to provide students with hands-on learning experiences focused on the importance and impact of water on all aspects of life. Additionally, the funding will provide the Boys... Read more →


Kevin Bealor, of Audubon, age 64

Audubon - On September 13, 2020, Kevin F. Bealor, 64, passed away surrounded by his family. Beloved husband of the late Mary Ellen Bealor (d. 2015), loving father of Jason (Francesca) Eagan and Justin Bealor. Survived by his brother Buddy (late, Edna d. 2020) Bealor; sisters, Sharon (Bill) Bealor-Jakowiczuk, Maria Bealor and many nieces and nephews. Grandfather of Veda, Xavier and Oliver Eagan. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Mass on Friday, September 18th, 11:00 AM at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 4th Avenue and Kings Highway, Haddon Heights where his family will receive friends beginning at 10:30... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Is A Fire Alarm Going Off in NJ

West Coast Forest Fires NJ Sierra Club The West Coast is facing unprecedented forest fires that are still growing uncontrollably. Firefighters in California, Oregon, and Washington have been battling multiple fires throughout the state for nearly a month as hot, dry weather has fueled flames and created tinderbox conditions. More than 16,750 firefighters were struggling with 29 major wildfires across the state as of Sunday, according to CalFire. These wildfires have burned more than five million acres, destroyed homes and left at least 26 people dead. “The forest fires happening in California, Oregon, and Washington show the dire reality of a... Read more →


Susan Rosati's Pink Hair Symbolizes Her Triumph over Cancer

Inspiring Sicklerville resident raises awareness of gynecologic and breast cancer Susan Rosati The pink highlights in 73-year-old Susan Rosati’s snow-white hair are a symbol of her back-to-back cancer journeys. More than two years, Susan remembers her first suspicion that “something just wasn’t right.” She had been feeling very tired for some time and began experiencing an extremely painful burning sensation when urinating. Susan made an appointment with her gynecologist, who did not identify anything unusual at first. When symptoms persisted, a biopsy confirmed it was vulvar cancer — a rare gynecologic cancer that can affect older women. Susan was referred to... Read more →


Michael J. Pratt, Sr., of Somers Point, formerly of Bellmawr; Navy Veteran, Volunteer Fireman

Michael J. Pratt, Sr. Of Somers Point, formerly of Bellmawr, NJ. Passed away suddenly on September 9, 2020. Age 58. Born in Woodbury, NJ, he was the son of Jackie Pratt and the late Edward J. Pratt. Michael is survived by his husband, Michael D. Burnett; son, Michael J. Pratt, Jr.; daughter, Katie Pratt; brothers, George Stetser, Edward Pratt (Patti), Ryan Pratt; sisters, Denise Pratt and Kelley Gibbons (Bob); grandchildren; Leilan and Evan. Michael was also predeceased by his brother, John H. Pratt. Following his high school graduation, Michael proudly served his country in the US Navy, during Desert Storm. He... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: Saying Goodbye to Fluffy for Winter Months

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor Before you know it, it’ll be time to say goodbye to Fluffy for the winter months. Now most of us love dogs and cats and horses. But why do we limit ourselves to having these for pets? It just doesn’t make any sense. For me, Fluffy is really an ideal pet. For one thing, I don’t have to feed him. Not at all. You see, Fluffy is a lizard. A real lizard. He learned from his lizard mom and dad how to snarf up bugs and blink his eyes and do push-ups on rocks. Honest. I... Read more →


Thomas R. Arrera, Sr., of Bridgeton, formerly of Gloucester City

Surrounded by his loving family at home, on March 26, 2020, at age 78. Of Bridgeton. Formerly of Gloucester City and Mantua. Loving husband of 57 years to Veronica Ann Arrera (nee Miller). Loving father of Thomas R. Arrera, Jr. (Debra), Mark Arrera (Diane), Kelli Weinhardt, Michele Fowler (Ed), Denise Scinlari (Nick) and Pauleen Arrera. Cherished grandfather of Robert, Daniel, Cate, Regina, George, Dallas, Cheyenne, Ashley, Sophia, Nicole, Zack and Beltain and great-grandfather of Bella, Olivia, Luke, Nora, Thomas, Jaxon and Charles. One of 10 children, Thomas is survived by 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Also survived by his good friend,... Read more →


CNB Business: Fall 2020 Insurance Preview

AUSTIN, TEXAS (September 10, 2020)—Fall is the season of change, and this year more than ever consumers should be prepared for changes to their insurance. InsuranceQuotes.com’s newly released report, “Fall 2020 Insurance Preview: Back to School, Election, Flu Season, and Hurricane Season,” projects how insurance this autumn may be impacted by annual occasions and events, the weather and the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. “Whether it is juggling back-to-school obligations, navigating the upcoming election, dodging potentially immanent flu outbreaks, or crossing fingers for a tame hurricane season, insurance questions abound,” said Michael Giusti, insuranceQuotes analyst and author of the report. “This report aims... Read more →


Lucy Ann Larmour of Bellmawr.

Lucy Ann Larmour (nee Martino), on September 14, 2020. Age 91. Born and raised in Bellmawr, NJ. Devoted mother of Samuel Bullock and his fiancée Jennifer Wolff. Loving grandmother of Samuel, David, Josh (Maggie), and Callie Bullock and great grandmother to Mabel, Martin, Hazel, and Bowie. Best friend and aunt to Frieda Sharp. Daughter of the late Nicholas and Katherine Martino and sister of the late Frank, James, Nicholas, Mary, Katherine, Rose, and Jennifer, who are all welcoming her into Heaven. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends. Lucy always enjoyed cooking and celebrating all our family... Read more →


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Louis M. Pepe, of Runnemede, Served in the United States Army for 42 Years

Louis M. Pepe, on September 13, 2020, of Runnemede, formerly of Philadelphia. Age 95. Beloved husband of the late Melitta (nee Reder). Devoted father of Louis R. Pepe (Traci) and the late Rita Pepe Benasutti. Loving grandfather "Opa" of Arianna C. Pepe. Dear brother of Rose Pepe Woodward. Preceded in death by his parents Ralph and Concetta (nee DiCicco) Pepe. Also remembered by his nieces, nephews, dear friends and Army buddies. Mr. Pepe proudly served in the U.S. Army during WWII, the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam Era, retiring in 1985 after 42 years of service. Services and interment are private.... Read more →


Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr, of Bellmawr, Heart Transplant Recipient, Master Chef known for his Sunday Gravy

Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr. BELLMAWR NJ (September 15, 2020)----Albert J. DiSalvio, Sr., passed suddenly on September 13th, 2020, of Bellmawr, NJ. Age 62. Beloved husband of Regina (nee Gmaz). Devoted father of Kathleen Coluzzi (Matthew), Rosemary DiSalvio (Elijah), and Albert DiSalvio Jr. (Emily Kaschak). Loving grandfather of Willow, Paisley and Paige. Dear brother of Michael DiSalvio (Linda) and brother-in-law of Mary King (Charles), Nancy Gmaz, Joseph Gmaz (Jackie), and Debbie Keller (Jim). Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Al was a heart transplant recipient who lived six years glorifying his donor. Al was a master chef- always cooking his famous... Read more →


How to choose a certified professional photographer

(SEPTEMBER 16, 20202)--In modern times the photo industry continues to develop and becomes even more popular. New types of photography appear in connection with demand. You can capture culturally significant events, mentally stimulating scenes from all over the world. Lots of people need photo sessions for weddings, family portraits, school albums and different business purposes. Certainly, you can take photos on the phone or camera. However, it is difficult to achieve the desired results. Therefore, you may need a certified professional photographer who treats work responsibly and transmits true emotions in the picture. An expert makes the process of shooting pleasant... Read more →


Local Bridges Fund applications being accepted for $47.3 million in FY21 grants

Program provides millions to each county to improve local bridges (Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced the grant solicitation period for FY21 Local Bridges Fund program is open with applications being accepted through November 6, 2020. “The Local Bridges Fund is a New Jersey Department of Transportation program that provides grants to counties to make critical improvements to local bridges,” NJDOT Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said. “NJDOT is committed to supporting our communities to ensure all roads and bridges in the State are safe and reliable.” Local Bridges Fund is a $47.3 million program funded through the... Read more →


A Guide to Retiring for Gloucester City Residents 

(SEPTEMBER 16, 2020)--New Jersey and Pennsylvania can be great locations to live in, especially for those who are facing retirement. If you are deciding whether to stay in Gloucester City or you are looking for advice on the best ways to enjoy your golden years here, here are some top tips on how to make the best decisions for you when it comes to retiring as a Gloucester City resident. Look at the Best Retirement Locations The first step that you should take when retiring is to research the potential retirement locations in which you can have a bright future. While... Read more →


Gloucester City Resident Charged with Throwing Stones at Audubon House

AUDUBON, NJ (September 15, 2020)--A Gloucester City resident was charged with causing more than $10,000 in damage to a house in Audubon recently by throwing landscaping stones at the residence. The suspect, Nicholas Hionas, 38, of Gloucester City appeared in Camden County Superior Court last Thursday, according to the Courier Post. The judge ordered Hionas, 38, to remain in custody in connection with an incident that terrorized two women in the home. The women took refuge in a garage while Hionas allegedly bombarded a West Graisbury Avenue home during the Sept. 1 incident, Assistant Camden County Gina Imperato said at a... Read more →