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May 6, 2021

College Baseball: Rowan and Stockton Begin Quarterfinal Series Friday, Games Begin at Noon

GLASSBORO, NJ – The top-seeded Rowan baseball team opens its quest for the conference title when the Profs begin play in the 2012 NJAC Baseball Championship Tournament on Friday, May 7. Rowan will host 8th-seeded Stockton in a best-of-three quarterfinal series with games at noon and 4 p.m. If a third game is necessary, it... Read more →


Michael W.Bull, Pennsauken School District Guidance Counselor

January 11, 1951 to May 1, 2021, Age 70. Loving and devoted husband of Jacqueline Bull (nee Henry). Cherished son of the late Theron Bull and the late Frances Bull (nee Budniak). Beloved brother of the late Theron Bull and his surviving wife, Patricia Bull (nee O’Donnell). Cherished uncle of Jennifer Carter, Susan Buell and... Read more →


Pastor Steffie Bartley Releases Statement on the Firing of Sara Erwin 

NEW JERSEY (May 5, 2021) — National Action Network’s North East Regional Director Pastor Steffie Bartley released the following statement on the firing of Sara Erwin from the Hopewell Township Police Department for her statements regarding Black Lives Matter Protestors: “I applaud the Hopewell Township Police Department for denouncing the reprehensible actions of former officer... Read more →


Authorities Charge Pemberton Men with Possession of Handguns

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Police Chief David King announced that two Pemberton Township residents have been charged with firearms offenses after being found in possession of handguns in the Sunbury Village section of the township. Kavon Carter, 23, (above, right) of White Pine Court, was charged with Possession of a Weapon... Read more →


Video: You Never Heard This Version Of The Star Spangled Banner

CNBNews Editor's Note: To all those who wonder why we stand for the playing of the National Anthem take a moment to watch this film. We would also urge all those athletes who do not stand for one reason or the other for the playing of the Anthem to also take the time to watch... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Employers are entitled to tax credits for providing paid leave to employees

...who take time off related to COVID-19 vaccinations April 2021 The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) allows small and midsize employers, and certain governmental employers, to claim refundable tax credits that reimburse them for the cost of providing paid sick and family leave to their employees due to COVID-19, including leave taken by... Read more →


Democrats Want The FCC to Block Conservative Voices

Democrats in Congress want the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to block the sale of a tiny south Florida radio station because the new owner fired a Hillary Clinton fundraiser who once served as mayor of a local city. The politician turned radio host, Raul Martinez, was the Spanish-language station’s top host before a conservative media... Read more →


Cramer Hill Plan Virtual Public Meeting Tonight

Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, in conjunction with the City of Camden and St. Joseph’s Carpenter Society, want to hear from residents and stakeholders to inform a new neighborhood plan for Cramer Hill. A virtual community meeting will be held on Thursday, May 6th @ 6PM on the topic of Environment/Open Space/Land Use. Join us via Zoom... Read more →


Repair Work to Ingrams Thorofare Bridge Should Be Completed by May 14

From the County of Cape May: Beginning Monday morning May 3, 2021 and continuing until Friday May 14, 2021, the Ingram’s Thorofare Bridge along C.R. 601 will be restricted to a single lane with alternating traffic. Motorist will be able to cross the bridge, however, travel will be limited to a single lane as workers... Read more →


Avalon Lions Club Donates $6000 to ReStore in Cape May Court House

With a check for $6,000 in hand, members of the Avalon Lions Club paid a visit to the ReStore in Cape May Court House for a presentation ceremony. The Lions’ check was the latest in a series of donations by the Club to a dozen charities based in Cape May County. Lions president, Jamie McDermott,... Read more →


City of Philadelphia Recognizes Same Sex and Same Gender Couples

Same-sex and same-gender couples can be officially recognized by the City of Philadelphia as life partners. Life partners have the same rights and benefits as opposite-sex married couples. One or both members of a life partnership can choose to terminate the partnership. A life partnership automatically terminates when any member dies or enters into a... Read more →


Kimmel Cultural Campus Gives 500 Teachers Gift Certificates

in Celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week The region’s largest performing arts center will salute the region’s teachers with tickets to the 2021/22 season. (Philadelphia, PA, May 3, 2021) –– As the Kimmel Cultural Campus prepares to lift its curtains for the 2021/22 season, it celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week, and the teachers who’ve gone above and... Read more →


Washington Township Outpatient Medical Imaging Center Re-Accredited for Breast MRI

Jefferson Health’s Outpatient Medical Imaging Center, located on the Jefferson Washington Township campus, has been awarded a three-year term of re-accreditation in breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), after a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR). MRI of the breast offers valuable information about many conditions that might not be obtained by other... Read more →


Emergency Dredging Project Planned for Princeton Harbor in Avalon

Dredge from Scarborough moves into Princeton Harbor May 3rd. Photo by Scott Wahl The Borough of Avalon will be conducting an emergency dredging project in Princeton Harbor. A contract has been awarded to Scarborough Marine Group to dredge some shoaled in locations in the Harbor in advance of the summer boating season. The contract was... Read more →


NJ's Teachers' Pensions' Near Term Insolvency Says Brookings Institute

N.J. teachers need to be told the truth: Their pensions are in jeopardy “A new report by the Brookings Institution made some news because of its rather optimistic take on the fate of America’s public pensions. Brookings is perhaps the premier left-of-center think tank in the nation and often takes pro-labor union stance. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic... Read more →


Richard J. McNee, Gloucester City LL Coach, US Air Force Veteran

Richard J. McNee, 78, of Gloucester City, passed away on Saturday, May 1, 2021, at Cooper Medical Center, Camden, NJ. Born in Camden, NJ in 1942 to the late John and Josephine (Schuster) McNee. Richard was a veteran of the US Air Force, serving for four years. He retired from the Ford Motor Company after... Read more →


Celestina S. Quintana Elected Chairwoman of NJBIA Board of Trustees

Thigpen, Gonzalez Join Board The New Jersey Business & Industry Association announced Wednesday that successful businesswoman and longtime NJBIA board member Celestina S. Quintana has been elected chairwoman of NJBIA’S board of trustees, succeeding Brian F. Neuwirth. In addition, Cliff Lindholm, president & CEO of Falstrom Company, was elected to serve as vice chairman and... Read more →


NJ's Ban on Plastic Bag/Polystyrene Foam Products Starts May 4, 2022

May 4, 2021 Effective May 4, 2022, all stores and food service businesses are banned from providing or selling single-use plastic carryout bags or polystyrene foam food service products to customers. Grocery stores that occupy at least 2,500 square feet are also banned from providing or selling single-use paper carryout bags. Instead, reusable carryout bags,... Read more →