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February 19, 2021

What Is Cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrency is a digital representation of a stored value secured through cryptography, a mathematically intensive encryption process designed to enhance data protection and authentication. (NAPSI)—Social and traditional media have been abuzz with articles and information about the rising phenomenon of digital currencies. But what does it all mean and should you... Read more →

*Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund Shirt Sale

The Camden County Hero Scholarship organization is anxiously awaiting the opportunity to start hosting its fundraising events again. With the uncertainty of the current pandemic, they are taking things one day at a time. In an effort to raise some money for their scholarship program they are selling T-shirts and sweatshirts.... Read more →

Gov. Cuomo, and Assemblyman Kim Trade Jabs

"More than 15,000 seniors died in nursing homes and adult-care facilities, but the governor was clearly more worried about a Department of Justice investigation and political finger-pointing. NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLYMAN WILLIAM BARCLAY +++ By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo... Read more →

Anthony Gerhardt, 58, of Pennsauken

Pennsauken – On October 21, 2020. Age 58. Predeceased by his wife, Denise D. Gerhardt; his father, Anthony Gerhardt and his sister, Ruthie. Survived by his sons, Wesley and Anthony “Rocky” Gerhardt; mother, Ruth Davis Gerhardt and sisters, Susie, Karen and Antoinette. Anthony was a lifelong resident of Pennsauken and worked... Read more →

Petty Officer 1st Class Jaime DeBarros CG 17th District Enlisted Person of 2020

Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class Jaime DeBarros, a maritime enforcement specialist, poses for a portrait photo in Kodiak, Alaska, Feb. 15, 2021. DeBarros is stationed at the North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center in Kodiak and was named the 17th District Enlisted Person of the Year 2020. U.S. Coast Guard... Read more →

Why Online Bingo is the Perfect Fit for Philadelphia’s Thriving Entertainment Scene

Philadelphia is a city with a rich and fascinating history. Having long had a thriving entertainment scene, its current population is treated to all manner of exciting things to see and do. When you’re in Philly and at a loose end, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice. From soaring art galleries... Read more →

Gloucester City’s AFC Will Be Hosting Football Fans After 13 Years In Meadow Park

Hempsted, Gloucester--Gloucester City AFC is about to hold the FA Youth Cup tie after 13 years on Meadow Park. The next generation Gloucestershire footballers are taking to the ground after the home ground was submerged in the 2007 floods. This new Meadow Park has 350 seater stands that are two in... Read more →

Main Stream Media Pays Antifa Militant Thousands for Capitol Mayhem Film

WASHINGTON D.C.(CNBNews)--CNN, NBC, and the Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) paid John Earle Sullivan, an Antifa activist thousands of dollars to use video clips he shot inside the https://gloucestercitynews.net files Capitol building during the mayhem on January 6. The Epoch Times reported that Sullivan received $35,000 from both CNN and NBC, and... Read more →

CCPO Records Highest Homicide Solve Rate in Office History

Camden City, N.J. – Acting Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer is announcing the county has recorded its highest homicide solve rate in the history of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. In 2020, there were 31 overall homicides in Camden County; 23 of the homicides were recorded in the city of Camden and... Read more →

DEP Hiring 700 to Fill Seasonal Jobs throughout State Parks, and Historic Sites

TRENTON –  The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is now accepting applications for hundreds of jobs throughout state parks, forests and natural and historic sites, Acting Commissioner Shawn LaTourette announced today. Beyond providing a fun and engaging summer work experience in New Jersey’s parks, these seasonal jobs can introduce New... Read more →

First Neighborhood COVID-19 Vaccination and Education Center Opens in the Cramer Hill Section

(CAMDEN, NJ) - Cooper University Health Care will open the first neighborhood-based COVID-19 Vaccination and Education Center at the Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center in Camden. The Cramer Hill site will be open for vaccination appointments for Camden residents beginning Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021. The Cramer Hill and... Read more →

Students names to Dean's List at Grove City College

GROVE CITY, PA (02/17/2021)-- The following students were names to the Dean's list for the Fall 2020 semester at Grove City College. Kyle Ebiri of Medford, named to Grove City College Dean's List Marc Ebiri of Medford, named to Grove City College Dean's List Connor Maguire of Medford, named to Grove... Read more →

$250 Million Overhaul of the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden City

image courtesy of Philadelphia Inquirer CAMDEN CITY, NJ – Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner and NJ TRANSIT Board Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, NJ TRANSIT President and CEO Kevin Corbett, Mayor Frank Moran and local and county officials today to celebrate the... Read more →

How to Make Out On Spotify And Reach A Million Streams As An Artist?

Spotify offers a great opportunity for independent artists to carve a niche for themselves in the fascinating world of music. With more than a four-billion dedicated playlists available online, it’s the ultimate destination for music lovers worldwide. Spotify comes with a wide range of playlist themes. Any user can create one... Read more →

New Jersey Students Named to University of Hartford Dean's List

WEST HARTFORD, CT (02/17/2021)-- The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the Dean's List for Fall 2020. Lauren Abrams of Cherry Hill (08003) Keanu Alcoces of JB MDL (08641) William Barclay of Medford (08055) Gabrielle Barranger of Sicklerville (08081) Nicolette Barranger of Sicklerville... Read more →

West Deptford Couple Join McDaniel College Parent and Family Council

McDaniel College’s newly-formed Parent and Family Council has been created to strengthen the partnership between the college and its families WESTMINSTER, Md. – Tyler and Michele Wilson of West Deptford, N.J. (08096), have been named to the newly-formed Parent and Family Council at McDaniel College. They are the parents of senior Mia Wilson... Read more →

Philadelphia Councilwoman Cherelle L. Parke to Head DRPA

CAMDEN, NJ – The Honorable Cherelle L. Parker, Philadelphia City Council Majority Leader & 9th District Councilwoman, was elected today to serve as chairwoman of the 16-member board that oversees operations of the bi-state Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA). “The Delaware River Port Authority is not only a critical part of... Read more →

Howard Etherington, Long-Time Funeral Director

It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Howard Etherington (Gloucester City, New Jersey), who passed away at the age of 85, on February 2, 2021. He was predeceased by : his parents, Howard, Sr. Etherington and Dorothy... Read more →

Home Rule in New Jersey seems to trump CDC Guidance on School Reopening

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. Cold Springs School, Gloucester City, NJ JOHN MOONEY, EDUCATION WRITER | FEBRUARY 17, 2021 | EDUCATION, CORONAVIRUS IN NJ ‘It is... Read more →