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October 10, 2020

Last Day to Register to Vote October 13

Register to Vote! The deadline to register to vote in the November General Election is October 13th Voter Registration FAQ's What is the Voter Registration Deadline? How can I register to vote? What is considered an “Inactive” voter? How can I check my voter registration status? Voter Registration Requirements To register... Read more →


Air Conditioning Tips & Tricks You Must Know 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Oct. 10, 2020)--An air conditioning system helps in maintaining the comfort of your indoor environment during hot or cold days. Its performance and lifespan will depend on how you maintain it. Below are tips and tricks to save you the nightmare of having a malfunctioning air conditioner. Clean You AC's Outside... Read more →


Ross L. Del Rossi, Past Pine Hill Councilman; formerly of Runnemede

Ross L. Del Rossi, on October 8, 2020, of Pine Hill; formerly of Runnemede. Age 73. Beloved husband of over 50 years to Marylou (nee Pfeffer). Cherished father of the late Ross Del Rossi, Jr. and father-in-law of Roseann. Dear grandfather of Nicolette Del Rossi. Dear brother of Carol Szalabofka (the... Read more →


Rocco Gigante, Jr., of Runnemede, Member of Holy Child Church, Korean War Air Force Vet

Rocco Gigante, Jr., on October 7, 2020, of Runnemede, formerly of South Philadelphia. Age 91. Beloved husband of the late Anna Marie (nee Petito). Devoted father of Roxanne Mohnacs (Joe), Esther Marie Gigante-Harvey (Thad) and Andrea DiGiovanni (Paul). Loving grandpop of Joseph Rocco and Marisa. Dear brother in law of Marie... Read more →


Department of Defense Focus on People in Executing National Defense

The U.S. military employs more than 2 million uniformed service members, both on active duty and in the reserve components. Off duty, those service members are supported every day by 2.6 million family members — without whose support they wouldn't be nearly as able to serve their country. In addition, more... Read more →


Two Mizpah Volunteer Firemen Charged with official misconduct, conspiracy and theft

MAYS LANDING- Two members of the Mizpah Volunteer Fire Company are charged with official misconduct, conspiracy and theft, following the execution of a search warrant on Tuesday at the Mizpah Volunteer Fire Company in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Pursuant to an ongoing criminal investigation, led by... Read more →


New Information: Poor forest management, not climate change, to blame for wildfires

By Ted O'Neil | The Center Square (The Center Square) – As wildfires continue to ravage California and other western states, a new study from the Goldwater Institute in Arizona and the Mackinac Center for Public Policy in Michigan sheds light on how poor forest management, not climate change that many... Read more →


Atlantic County Prosecutor Scam Alert

MAYS LANDING- Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner has a message for the community, regarding Pyramid Schemes called Sou-Sous, Flowers, Gifting Circles or similarly named Schemes: DO NOT GET INVOLVED. Scheme promoters oftentimes tell participants that their involvement will contribute to building wealth in their community. Prosecutor Tyner warns that despite... Read more →


PDE, Rutgers Create Rain Garden at Salem High School

Salem Rain Garden 1: Kate Hutelmyer, collaborative programs manager for Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, tamps down sand and soil during construction of a rain garden in front of Salem High School in Salem, New Jersey. Salem Rain Garden 2: Left to right, Salem High School Science Teacher Theresa Derham; Sarah... Read more →


Seniors Emma Cormican, Lauren Horbacewicz, Tori Mock Named Tri-Captains of Rowan Volleyball

GLASSBORO, NJ - Seniors Emma Cormican, Lauren Horbacewicz and Tori Mock have been named the tri-captains of the 2020-21 Rowan women’s volleyball team, as announced by head coach Deana Jespersen. Gloucestercitynews.net files Cormican will serve as a Rowan co-captain for the second year in a row. She appeared in 27 matches... Read more →


Philadelphia Archdiocese Says Father William E. Dean Found Unsuitable for Ministry

Reverend William E. Dean has been found unsuitable for ministry based on a substantiated allegation that he sexually abused a minor in the late 1970s. Contextual Background Regarding Reverend William E. Dean Reverend William E. Dean has served in a limited ministerial capacity for several years as a result of disability.... Read more →


NJ Residents Graduate from Coastal Carolina

CONWAY, SC -- Coastal Carolina University saw nearly 400 students graduate in Summer 2020 during a virtual ceremony that included remarks from Carolyn Dillian, a professor of anthropology and recipient of CCU's 2020 HTC Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Lecturer Award. Among the students who graduated are: Ilyssa Liberto, a Biology major from Sewell,... Read more →


VIDEO: Drive By For the 2020-2021 NJ State Teacher Of The Year!

GTPD Video: The Gloucester Township Police Department congratulates Mr. Angel Santiago, teacher at the Loring Flemming Elementary School here in Gloucester Township, who was named by the New Jersey State Board of Education as the 2020- 2021 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year! As part of their Loring Flemming School’s... Read more →