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October 11, 2020

CNB TRAFFIC ALERT: Clements Bridge Road Repaving

BARRINGTON, NJ (OCT. 11, 2020)-Barrington Police announced on Sunday a traffic advisory for the ongoing construction work on Clements Bridge Road. On Monday, October 12, 2020 until (approximately) Wednesday, October 14, 2020, there will be detours set upon along Clements Bridge Rd for the completion of the Camden County repaving project... Read more →

Ocean Casino Resort and Konami will Debut Six New "All Aboard" Slot Machines

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (October 9, 2020) – Konami Gaming, Inc. will be hosting a WINovation travelling road show at Ocean Casino Resort, featuring their latest and greatest gaming products. This event, housed in Konami’s WINovation trailer, will be held in Ocean’s Porte Cochere from Monday, October 12 through Wednesday, October 14.... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Governor Murphy’s Black Bear Hunt Starts Monday

JEFF TITTELL NEW JERSEY SIERRA CLUB The 2020 New Jersey Black Bear hunt begins this Monday, October 12-14 for Segment A, Archery Only. Despite the ban on hunting bears on state lands, hunting has been conducted on private land. The New Jersey Sierra Club believes that without an actual bear management... Read more →

Adelphi to Stage First Fully Virtual Theatrical Production

GARDEN CITY, NY (10/09/2020) While the traditional, in-person theater experience is on hold due to the pandemic, Adelphi University is leaning into the virtual space to bring productions to life for the fall semester. Adelphi's Department of Theatre will stage a run of its first fully virtual theatrical event, "This Odd... Read more →

Wreaths Across America Expands Mobile Giving Foundation Partnership

...with AT&T Veterans for New Jersey Families Text-to-Donate Campaign Provides a Safe and Easy Way for New Jersey to Sponsor a Wreath for National Wreaths Across America Day NEW JERSEY — October 9, 2020 — Wreaths Across America (WAA), in close partnership with the Mobile Giving Foundation and AT&T Veterans, is... Read more →

' The Twilight Zone ' aka:...

Living in the Left's Upside Down World

by Bruce Hendry This summarizes a lot of my feelings and confusion over what seems to be happening in our much divided country. What is really sad, is that I have several friends (good people) to whom I am not sending this, for the primary reason that they hate our President... Read more →

Officers from Gloucester Township PD Partake in NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run

Gloucester Township Officers from the Gloucester Township Police Special Response Team and K-9 Unit were proud to participate in the 37th Annual NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run benefitting Special Olympics New Jersey! The Torch Run started in Atlantic City early this morning, and officers from several Police Departments ran up the... Read more →

New Jersey has the Highest Black Bear Density in the Country

NRA-ILA Opinion TRENTON, NJ--Gov. Phil Murphy has gotten very good at closing things down, and now the Garden State’s anti-gun and anti-hunting Governor is planning to put the kibosh on the state’s annual black bear hunting season. He announced earlier this week that this would be the last year for the... Read more →

Atlantic City Mayoral Candidates Marty Small Sr. and Thomas Forkin to Debate Oct. 13

Galloway, N.J. – The Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University is partnering with The Press of Atlantic City and Triax57 to televise a live debate between Atlantic City mayoral candidates Marty Small Sr. and Thomas Forkin. Gloucestercitynews.net files The debate will be held live at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.... Read more →

Van Drew Offers to Match State Troopers’ Reward for Intel Re. Monument Desecration

Locked in a dogfight for his congressional seat, U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2) today told InsiderNJ he would match the $5,000 reward offered by the State Troopers Fraternal Association for information leading to the arrest of whoever desecrated Trooper Bertram T. Zimmerman’s memorial. U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2) “I... Read more →

PBA Local #231 President Victor Bermudez on Shameful County Democrats Video

Calls on Musso & Castellini to Condemn Video, Vote “No” on Transfer Resolutions (VINELAND, NJ) – PBA Local #231 President Victor Bermudez released the following statement today in response to the shameful and egregious cartoon-like video mocking county correctional police officers and their families at last evenings protest: “A Charlie Chaplin-style... Read more →

Philly Customs & Boarder Protection Seizes Ketamine Concealed in Picture Frames

PHILADELPHIA – Some ravers might be a little safer today. Customs and Border Protection officers seized ketamine concealed in picture frames in separate shipments that arrived on Wednesday and Friday in express air delivery at Philadelphia International Airport. CBP officers discovered the ketamine concealed nside picture frame backing. With assistance from... Read more →

Rev. Msgr. Joseph William Pokusa, Jr., Served at Numerous Parishes in SJ

Rev. Msgr. Joseph William Pokusa, Jr., died on October 9, 2020. He was 76. Msgr. Pokusa was born on June 18, 1944 in Newark, NJ. He prepared for the Priesthood at Mount Saint Paul Seminary in Wisconsin, obtained a Bachelor's Degree from Marquette University, and a Master's and Doctorate of Canon... Read more →

Help Wanted: Part-Time School Traffic Guard

Open to Gloucester Township, residents, vacancy for part-time hours (10 hours per week) and on call basis. $11.00 per hour. Applicant must have the ability to: • Regulate and direct the movement of school children at a street intersection, paying particular attention to their safety. • Must pass a criminal background... Read more →