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September 11, 2021

College Football: Springfield Stomps Rowan 46-24

GLASSBORO, NJ – Springfield broke open a close game with 25 second-half points en route to a 46-24 win over Rowan in non-conference football action today at Coach Richard Wackar Stadium. The loss drops Rowan to 0-2 while Springfield improves to 1-1. Springfield’s triple-option offense racked up 495 yards on the ground, without completing a pass in the game, going 0-for-3. Tim Callahan led the Pride, running for 151 yards and three touchdowns. Rowan QB Mike Husni ran for 90 yards and was 15-of-22 passing for 131 yards in the loss. Jajuan Hays ran for 53 yards, and caught one... Read more →


Rowan Soccer Winning Streak Continues

HAVERFORD, PA - The 15th-ranked Rowan men's soccer team (4-0) rallied with three straight goals to earn a 4-3 overtime win over Haverford in the Jimmy Mills Tournament. Wilby Alfred scored two goals within a span of 27 seconds to tie the score and Aaron Robertson had the gamewinner in overtime. With the Profs trailing 3-1 early in the second half, Alfred scored his first at 67:23, taking a pass from Leo Montesinos and one-timing it into the top of of the net. Just 27 seconds later, the duo teamed up again as Montesinos sent a ball over the top... Read more →


Susan B. Ryan Hoerter of Absecon, age 53

Susan B. Ryan Hoerter passed away suddenly on September 8, 2021 at the age of 53. Of Absecon, formerly of Margate. Loving and devoted wife of Andrew E. Hoerter, Jr. Loving mother of Jessica Hoerter Gold (Warren) and Alexis Hoerter (Tyler). Cherished MeMom of Parker and Nathan. Beloved daughter of Joseph J. Ryan and the late Edythe J. Ryan (nee Gindhardt). Loving sister of John Ryan (Carol), the late Joseph Ryan, Timothy Ryan (Diane), Carol Ryan Miskiewicz (Ron), J.P. Ryan, Michael Ryan (Melissa) and Jennifer Ryan. Cherished Aunt of 11 Nieces and Nephews and 5 Great-Nieces and Nephews. Also survived... Read more →


New Jersey Politics: Gloucester County GOP Wants Deceptive TV Ad Pulled

Allegations in deceptive TV ad are provably false MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante, via a Cease and Desist letter sent by attorney Russell DePersia, is demanding a TV ad paid for by the campaign of state Senator Steve Sweeney and Assemblymen John Burzichelli and Adam Taliaferro immediately be pulled from the airwaves. “The Democrat trio of Steve Sweeney, John Burzichelli and Adam Taliaferro are running misleading ads against our third legislative district candidates Ed Durr for Senate and Bethanne McCarthy-Patrick and Beth Sawyer for Assembly,” GCGOP Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante said. “In the case of Beth Sawyer,... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Investigating Fatal Motor Vehicle Crash

On Wednesday, September 8, 2021, at approximately 1:50 PM, Officers from the Gloucester Township Police Department were dispatched to the area of 343 Berlin Cross Keys Road for a double fatal motor vehicle crash involving a dump truck. Arriving officers found a vehicle that had crashed into a dump truck, which was parked on the side of the roadway in the area of 343 Berlin Cross Keys Road. Berlin Cross Keys Road will remain closed between Kearsley Road and Turnersville Road for several hours. The investigation is being conducted by the Gloucester Township Police Serious Crash Investigation Team (SCIT) and... Read more →


Ways Modern Technology is Affecting Your Wallet

Technology for some is an area of passion while for others it is a necessary evil, no matter where you fall on the spectrum the fact remains that it will touch your daily life in probably more ways than you could even potentially recognize. Instead of resisting the modernization of the financial world, seek to educate yourself on what this means for you and how to hop on the bandwagon in the ways that you feel make the most sense for your personal finance habits and goals. Apps In today’s world there is an app for practically anything you could... Read more →


CC Prosecutors Office Charged Atco Dog Breeders with Animal Cruelty

Camden N.J. – Charges have been filed against the owners of a dog breeding service, who allegedly sold sick puppies to individuals, Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Waterford Township Police chief Daniel Cormaney announced. Police received two complaints from people claiming they purchased a puppy in August from Casey Gleockler, 40, and his wife, Kristina Gleockler, 39, at their home in Atco. The individuals say their dogs quickly showed signs of being sick. One of the puppies died the next night. The owner was told by a veterinarian the puppy may have had Parvo, a deadly virus... Read more →


Murphy Administration Encourages EV Charging Infrastructure in Every NJ Community

TRENTON – The Murphy Administration took another step toward electrifying New Jersey’s transportation sector today, unveiling a statewide municipal ordinance that makes it easier for people to drive electric by streamlining the local approval process for installing convenient and cost-effective charging infrastructure. The model ordinance, which provides minimum requirements and consistent guidance for electrification, is the result of legislation signed by Governor Phil Murphy in July and is effective immediately in each of the State’s 565 municipalities. Under Governor Murphy’s leadership, New Jersey is confronting the climate crisis by reducing emissions and enhancing the state’s resilience. Reducing transportation emissions, which comprise... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Maryland: Surf anglers are reporting excellent fishing along Assateague Island

Maryland Fishing Report – September 8 Atlantic Ocean and Coastal Bays Photo by Monty Hawkins Surf anglers are reporting excellent fishing for spot in the morning hours along the beaches of Assateague Island. There is also a mix of kingfish and croaker at times, and pompano for those rigged for them and fishing with sand fleas. There are also small bluefish in the surf that can be caught on cut spot. At the inlet, striped bass are being caught in the evenings near the jetties on soft plastic jigs and bucktails. During the day bluefish are providing plenty of action... Read more →


Lindenwold Police Charge Daycare Worker with Assaulting Children

Camden, N.J. – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Lindenwold Borough Police Chief Michael P. McCarthy are announcing additional charges against Maggie Fruit, 21, of Somerdale. On July 15th, Lindenwold Police were called to the Forever Young Daycare after a child’s mother alleged that she witnessed him being abused by Fruit, his classroom teacher. As part of the investigation, officers reviewed surveillance video from that day. As a result, Fruit was charged with First Degree Attempted Murder and Third Degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child for assaulting two one-year-old children on that date. Fruit was released on... Read more →


4 Ways Single Dads Can Play a Bigger Role in the Lives of their Children

Dads’ Resource Center offers tips for how to help Dad be more involved and valued STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (September 9, 2021) – According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of children living with a single parent has been steadily rising for decades. Today, nearly a Gloucestercitynews.net files quarter of all children in the country live with just one of their parents, which is more than three times more than other children around the world. A lot of the attention of single parents goes to the moms, leaving single dads forgotten and overlooked. Most dads do want to play... Read more →


VOADV Job Fair Pine Hill Municipal Building 9-15

VOADV JOB FAIR September 15, 2021 10:00am - 2:00pm VOADV will be conducting on the spot interviews for direct support professionals, social work backgrounds, medical backgrounds and entry level positions for the social services field including the following positions: Care Manager Care Coordinator Housing Coordinator IMPACT Specialist Program Director Social Worker Program Manager Van Driver Janitor CANDIDATES SHOULD BRING THREE COPIES OF THEIR RESUME, TWO ( 2 ) FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION AND A LIST OF REFERENCES. ANY CERTIFICATES OR TRANSCRIPTS ARE ENCOURAGED. Pine Hill Municipal Building 45 W. 7th Avenue Pine Hill, NJ 08021 https://www.voadv.org/careers Read more →


Creek Road Bridge Closed from September 10 Through September 31

Creek Road Bridge over I-295 to be closed this weekend as Missing Moves project advances in Camden County Traffic will be shifted to newly completed portion of the bridge (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced Creek Road will be closed this weekend to shift traffic onto the newly constructed portion of the Creek Road Bridge over I-295 as the I-295/Route 42 Missing Moves project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. This work was originally scheduled for the weekend of August 27 but was postponed due to weather. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Friday, September 10, until... Read more →


NJ To Resume Rahway River Flood Risk Study

Following Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, downtown Cranford was under water. image courtesy of The Essex News Daily TRENTON – Following Governor Phil Murphy’s tour of communities in the Rahway River Watershed that were flooded during Tropical Storm Ida, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has announced that it intends to resume the Rahway River Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The DEP will soon deliver its Letter of Intent to serve as the non-Federal sponsor of the study to the Army Corps, which was recently reauthorized by Congress to resume the study... Read more →


John A. Cocco, of Runnemede, age 43, Member of Local #692 Sprinkler Fitters Union

John A. Cocco, on September 5, 2021, of Runnemede. Age 43. Beloved son of John Cocco and the late Elizabeth Domeracki. Dear brother of Priscilla Pellicciotti, Francis Cocco, and Joseph Cocco. Devoted nephew of Priscilla and Martin Mascuilli, Frankie Domeracki, Richard and Carol Foley, Don and Barb Iddenden, and Sandra and David Fritz. Loving cousin of Brionna and Julian Mascuilli, Frankie Jr. and Joey Domeracki, Joy Foley, and Kelli and Danielle Iddenden. John loved going to his aunt Priscilla's for Sunday dinner and watching Eagle's game with his Uncle Marty. He enjoyed fishing and was a fan of all Philly... Read more →


CNB Hunting News for NJ: Hunters! Help Keep New Jersey CWD Free!

Chronic Wasting Disease or CWD is a progressive and fatal neurologic disease caused by an infectious protein called a prion. It affects members of the Cervid family such as deer, elk, moose and reindeer, and results in emaciation, abnormal behavior, loss of bodily functions and death. Although CWD has not been found in New Jersey at this time, it poses a serious threat to our deer herds and hunting traditions. Please be aware of the following regulations and precautions before heading outdoors this season: NEVER bring a whole cervid carcass back into New Jersey from out of state. The importation... Read more →


TSA Increases Civil Penalties for Violations of Biden Administration's Face Mask Requirement

WASHINGTON - Today, the Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will increase the range of civil penalties that may be imposed on individuals who violate the federal mask mandate at airports, on commercial aircraft, and in various modes of surface transportation, including passenger railroads, intercity bus services, and other public transportation. The federal mask mandate for transportation, which was implemented by TSA on February 2, 2021, will remain in effect until January 18, 2022. The new range of penalties, which take effect Friday, September 10, 2021, will be $500-$1000 for first offenders and $1000-$3000 for second offenders. “Wearing... Read more →


Large Statue of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee is Taken Down Because BLM Hated It

Published June 3, 2020--Protesters of the death of George Floyd chanted “Tear it down” on Tuesday as they gathered around a statue of Robert E. Lee, a Confederate general, in Richmond, Va.Steve Helber/Associated Press. The statue was removed on orders of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam who said it was removed because of the BLM movement. RICHMOND VIRGINIA--America's largest Confederate statue - the 12-ton bronze statue of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia - was removed from its pedestal to the sound of 'Black Lives Matter' chants and crowds singing 'Na Na Hey Hey Goodbye' in the latest... Read more →