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November 22, 2020

Going the Distance: Things You Should Consider When Selling Your Car

(November 22, 2020)--Perhaps it's the scent of a new season-ending, or it's the sight of the old that is making you weary, or maybe you just want to start anew. Whether it's one or more of these things, welcoming the dawn of a new day should not make you feel guilty.... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering through the Streets of SJ(Gloucester City Chapter IV)

The outside structure of Jacks' Twin Bar has been showing signs of neglect for a while. It makes you wonder why isn't the owner made to repair it? (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)--After years of neglect Jack's Twin Bar, Broadway, and Market Street is nearing... Read more →


Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Administrative Order

Clarifying Guidelines for Outdoor High School Sporting Events TRENTON (Nov. 21, 2020)--— Governor Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced an Administrative Order clarifying that athletes, coaches, referees, trainers, and other individuals necessary to the performance of an outdoor high school sporting event are not... Read more →


The Double-Standard of our Democracy; Obama Granted Exemption to Break Laws

Oceanfront Property Tied to Obama Granted Exemption From Hawaii’s Environmental Laws Honolulu officials have granted an exception to the state’s beach protection, clearing the way for a controversial multimillion-dollar renovation of a century-old seawall at a property owned by the chair of the Obama Foundation. by Sophie Cocke, Honolulu Star-Advertiser Nov.... Read more →


Brandywine Zoo Madagascar Exhibit Now Open

View Endangered Lemurs, Tortoises WILMINGTON DELAWARE--The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control cut the ribbon on its new Madagascar exhibit Nov. 19, and officially welcomed its new tortoise and lemur inhabitants. This new exhibit is home to radiated tortoises and three species of lemurs. The public will be able to... Read more →


Officer Down: Patrolman Charlie Cortez Drowns after Boat Struck by a Rogue Wave

Police Officer Charlie Cortez Tulalip Tribal Police Department, Tribal Police End of Watch Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Puget Sound, Washington--Police Officer Charlie Cortez, age 29, died after the 24-foot fisheries enforcement vessel he was in capsized after being struck by a rogue wave in the Puget Sound, Washington, at about 9:00... Read more →


Congressman Norcross Named to National Defense Conference Committee

WASHINGTON, DC – Last night, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) – a senior member of the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) and Chair of the Tactical Air and Land Forces (TAL) Subcommittee – was appointed to serve on the joint conference committee for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The conference... Read more →


Upcoming Events in Camden County

EVENTS Haddonfield Candlelight Shopping Grab your friends for a holiday shopping extravaganza! Enjoy candlelight shopping every Friday in Downtown Haddonfield from Friday, November 27 through Friday, December 18! Shoppers will find in-store promotions, specials, discounts, and more at participating businesses! Read More. Battleship NJ Now Open for Tours The Battleship New... Read more →


Edward M. Swift, of Bellmawr age 60

Edward M. Swift, on October 2, 2020, of Bellmawr. Age 60. Beloved son of the late Edward and Catherine Swift. Loving brother of Betsy Blumenstein (Joe) and the late Monica Swift. Uncle of Jackie Stetler (Mat), Monica Blumenstein (Justin Fair). Great Uncle of Sidney and Jude Pollard. Also survived by Christine... Read more →


Pedestrian Bridge over River Line & Martin Luther King Blvd. in Design Phase

(Lindenwold, NJ)(Nov. 21, 2020)- – Over the last two years the Freeholder Board has been working on additional safety measures for pedestrian traffic into the city’s Eds and Meds corridor. The board has publicly advertised a request for proposals for the design of a pedestrian bridge over the River LINE and... Read more →


NJ Senate & Assembly Republicans Call for Special Legislative Session

to Approve Emergency Aid for Small Businesses & Nonprofits TRENTON NJ--Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, Senate Republican Budget Officer Steve Oroho, and Assembly Republican Budget Officer Hal Wirths called for both houses of the New Jersey Legislature to hold a special session before Thanksgiving to approve... Read more →


CNBNews Salute to NJ College Students at Colgate

Spring 2020 Dean's Award with Distinction HAMILTON, NY (11/20/2020)-- Students who receive a term grade point average of 3.6 or higher while completing at least three courses for a conventional letter grade during the spring 2020 semester earn the Dean's Award with Distinction. The following students in your area have earned... Read more →