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September 14, 2021

CNBNEWS EXCLUSIVE: Is a Marijuana Business Coming to Gloucester City?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 14, 2021)--Green-Light Dispensary which is an adult-use retail marijuana business is advertising for a director of dispensary operations for their Marijuana Dispensary in Gloucester City, NJ. On Monday Police Chief/City Administrator Brian Morrell and Mayor Patrick Keating were contacted via email and asked for any information they could provide about this business coming to Gloucester City. As of this posting, we are still waiting for their response. One would have hoped the city's mayor and council would have informed the residents about a marijuana business setting up shop in Gloucester... Read more →


NJPP: New Jersey Public School System One of the Most Unequal in Industrialized World

NEW REPORT: Separate and Unequal: Racial and Ethnic Segregation and the Case for School Funding Reparations in New Jersey September 13, 2021 – The U.S. public school system is one of the most unequal in the industrialized world, and New Jersey is no exception, according to a new report by New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP). Due to racist housing practices such as “redlining” and “blockbusting,” many Black and Hispanic/Latinx students do not receive the resources they need to ensure equal educational opportunity in the Garden State. “We have long seen school funding and student outcome disparities that fall disparately by... Read more →


What things need to know before invest in trading the bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a digital cash that has drawn in a great deal of media consideration over the most recent two years, and keeps on doing as such. Bitcoin was established in 2009 by an unknown gathering or person who utilized the moniker Satoshi Nakamoto, after which the littlest unit of the bitcoin cash is named. It is the first and ostensibly the most famous cryptocurrency. Truth is told, only for the interest of the web tip top, the bitcoin has acquired more extensive allure lately and is deserving admiration in support of its on unfamiliar trade. Here we have listed... Read more →


Art for the Cash Poor Event September 18

photo credit InLiquid Art + Design PHILADELPHIA, PA--On Saturday, September 18th, everyone’s favorite local art festival where all art is under $200, Art for the Cash Poor, will return after a year hiatus. This year, it will be a four-block long street festival, running from Master Street to Berks Street. Most exciting is the addition of two new festival partners, InLiquid’s new North American Street neighbors: NextFab, and The Clay Studio who’s state of the art new home is under construction and scheduled for completion later this year. Between artist members from InLiquid, NextFab, and The Clay Studio, Art for... Read more →


Tips to get the best cryptocurrency trading wallets

The cryptocurrency has not just given the quickest method to move cash yet additionally another substance to exchange and bring in cash notwithstanding stocks and different products. While you can purchase and sell bitcoins straightforwardly, you can likewise utilize the Bitcoin Exchanging Trade to keep exchanging cryptographic forms of money. There are many trades where bitcoin exchanging is free from any danger and clients additionally approach numerous augmentation administrations. As a cryptocurrency financial backer or merchant, you can pick any trade for your solace. Notwithstanding, it is prudent to see a few surveys prior to picking one. The following is... Read more →


What secret ideas to know more about crypto market?

For the people who are inexperienced with bitcoin. Fundamentally computerized cash doesn't need any financial framework or even government. Open source programming is utilized to go through with exchanges. Many individuals are putting resources into the bitcoin market on the grounds that since it was presented in 2009, it has become exceptionally well known among brokers and financial backers. Numerous merchants have even begun tolerating bitcoins. For instance, you can purchase a web facilitating administration or request pizza in your advanced cash. If you want to know more cryptocurrency ideas for budget then visit here. At the point when you... Read more →


Pat Murphy Named Gloucester Catholic HS's Executive Director of Development

Murphy released the following statement: I am pleased to announce that I have accepted the position of Executive Director of Development at Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School. Over the last forty years at Gloucester Catholic I have been a teacher, department chair, boys' basketball coach, athletic director and the director of alumni relations. I am elated to begin my new journey in the development office. In 1993 I attended a workshop with former Principal John Colman. That event led to many of the things we do today. Among those was the establishment of the Alumni Communion Breakfast, the alumni... Read more →


CDC Records Show Teachers Unions Gave Guidance to CDC Director on School COVID Restrictions

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it received 12 pages of *records showing the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and National Education Association (NEA) influencing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director and the White House with their own their own “embargoed vaccine research,” as well as school reopening policy. Additionally, the CDC Director states that she used the unions’ language in the CDC’s school reopening policy. Gloucestercitynews.net files The documents were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the CDC asking for: All emails exchanged between CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky and email... Read more →


How to consult with the bitcoin trade 

Today, in the realm of everything advanced and web, individuals are additionally exchanging monetary standards through the web. With regards to the Web, quite possibly the most famous subject of this thousand years is digital currency. With the assistance of blockchain, these monetary forms are made and exchanged and the quantity of clients is just expanding. In any case, similar to some other exchanges, bitcoin exchanging has its good and bad times and its own principles that should be followed. Exchanging consistently conveys a lot of hazards, however in case one is savvy enough and realizes how to deal with... Read more →


As of October 11 Kimberly Hopely Will Head the Rutgers University Foundation

Kimberly Hopely will be the next president of the Rutgers University Foundation and executive vice president for development and alumni engagement, President Jonathan Holloway announced today. Hopely will join Rutgers on Oct. 11, 2021, after serving as senior vice president and chief development officer at Arizona State University, where she led a successful fundraising campaign totaling $2.35 billion. The Rutgers Board of Governors and Rutgers University Foundation Board of Directors approved Hopely’s appointment earlier today following a national search for the position. “Kimberly Hopely brings a wealth of experience in organizational leadership and fundraising strategy to Rutgers at a key... Read more →


LOCAL KIDS GET FREE PIGGY BANKS, SATURDAY AT THE HADDONFIELD FARMERS MARKET

Adam Puff, owner of Haddonfield Financial Planning, handles a lot of wealth, but he knows that every penny, nickel, dime and quarter counts, and the best way to turn small change into big money is to start a savings program at an early age. HADDONFIELD, NJ --Local Institutions have donated Coin Banks to help stem the national coin shortage and help kids learn about saving money. Piggy banks and balloons will be displayed at the “LITTLE PIGGY BANK” table on Saturday, September 18, at 8:30 AM at the Haddonfield Farmers Market, 2 Kings Court, Haddonfield, Cost: Free! Fifty local kids... Read more →


Jenna Curran, President of the Student Government Association at CCM, Receives National Award

RANDOLPH NJ--County College of Morris (CCM) is proud to announce that Jenna Curran, President of the Student Government Association at CCM, has been named to the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) national Coca-Cola Academic Team at the Gold award level. Curran, a resident of Denville, was nominated by CCM administrators based on her academic achievement, leadership and engagement in college and community service. Curran is a standout, vibrant student, who has made many valuable contributions to the college and local community during her time at CCM. She is pursuing a career in government with a pre-law track foundation beginning with an... Read more →


Mary B. Young, age 85, of Audubon, NJ

Mary B. Young passed on September 11, 2021. Age 85. Of Audubon. Devoted wife of the late Kenneth Young, Sr. Loving mother of Candy Young, Debbie Bushby (Richard), and Kenneth Young, Jr. (Laura). Beloved grandmom of Rich Bushby, Ryan Bushby, Rory Bushby, Billy Fithian, and Laura Fithian. Great grandmom of Ryder Bushby and Franklin Bushby. Dear Sister of Denny Brady and the late Carol Brady. Mary loved to read and watch the Phillies. She retired from Clover in Westmont. Services are private at the request of the family. Arrangements Gardner Funeral Home, Runnemede, NJ In lieu of flowers donations may... Read more →


*Downingtown Friends Fall Festival Oct. 9th

Downingtown Friends Meeting is thrilled to announce they will host their annual Friends Fall Festival on October 9, from 9am to 4pm at their address of 800 E. Lancaster Ave., on their historical property and Quaker Meetinghouse in Downingtown. This event has become an autumnal tradition for all ages within our community, and with all the family fun, quality shopping, live entertainment, various activities and homemade food it has to offer, it's easy to see why! Shopping - quality thrifting at great discounts will be available, as will crafts and jewelry sold by local artisans, and a silent auction featuring... Read more →


Camden City Resident Sentenced to 360 Months in Prison for Drug Trafficking and Firearms Charges

CAMDEN, N.J. – A Camden man was sentenced today to 360 months in prison for conspiring to sell 280 grams or more of cocaine base, and quantities of furanyl fentanyl and heroin as well as distributing and possessing with intent to distribute these drugs, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. John Gunther, aka “Critty,” 38, was convicted on April 18, 2019, after an 11-day trial before U.S. District Judge Renée Marie Bumb in Camden federal court. Judge Bumb imposed the sentence today in Camden federal court. According to documents filed in this case and the evidence at trial: Brothers... Read more →


Senator Menendez, Rep. Escobar and Other DC. Politicians Say Reinstating MPP Violates US Obligation to Mexico Refugees

“It is abundantly clear that the United States cannot safely reinstate MPP and that any attempt to return people seeking safety to harm in Mexico will violate U.S. and international legal obligations to refugees.” Senator Menendez (D-NJ) JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), the highest ranking Latino in Congress, and Congresswoman Veronica Escobar (TX-16) today announced they led a bicameral group of lawmakers in sending a letter to President Biden urging him to take all necessary legal steps to terminate the Remain in Mexico policy – or the perversely named Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) – that placed tens... Read more →


Rachel M. "Rae" Whelan, of Gloucester City

On September 12, 2021. Age 87. Of Gloucester City. Born in Camden, she was the daughter of the late, Thomas and Mary (Mahoney) Whelan. Rae is survived by many loving nieces and nephews and her God-daughter, Tammy Beringer. She was also predeceased by her siblings, Jack Whelan, James Whelan, Thomas Whelan, Margaret Hennessey, Elizabeth Sullivan and Mary Werner. Rae graduated from Mount Carmel Business School and retired after 43 years as the register of deeds Chief Clerk in Camden County. She had been a resident of Gloucester City since 1956. She was a member of St. Mary’s R.C. Church, the... Read more →