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October 11, 2021

GLOUCESTER CITY POLITICS: Vote for Sara, Vote Independent

“10 Reasons to Vote for Sara O’Brien” 1. Youth Oriented 2. Energetic 3. Concerned Citizen 4. Educated 5. Good Listener 6. Open Minded 7. Communicator 8. Loves Gloucester City 9. Organized 10. Caring Vote “Column 3” Independent—Sara O’Brien for Council Submitted by Former Mayor Bob Bevan Read more →

Unsilenced Majority Celebrates Columbus Day

Washington — Mike Davis, Founder and President of Unsilenced Majority, issued the following statement on today's celebration of a great American holiday, Columbus Day: "Today, Americans celebrate Columbus Day, as we have since it became an official federal holiday many decades ago. It's a day that leads us to reflect on the courageous sacrifices that people like Christopher Columbus made to discover the land we now call home, not to mention a day on which many Italian-Americans celebrate their heritage. "The woke left would like to rewrite our very history and erase our heritage. Their insistence that we should somehow... Read more →

Rowan Field Hockey Sweeps the NJAC Weekly Awards

GLASSBORO, NJ – Ranked #12 in the nation and having won six consecutive games, the Rowan field hockey team swept the NJAC Weekly Awards for October 11, with Kristiina Castagnola, Abby Hainsworth and Julia Cavicchio earning the honors. Gloucestercitynews.net files The Profs are currently 8-2 overall and 3-0 in league play, with a six-game winning streak, that includes three consecutive shutouts. Castagnola (Voorhees, NJ/Eastern Regional) was named the Offensive Player of the Week after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime, as the #12 Profs defeated TCNJ, 1-0. She led the way by taking 10 shots as Rowan dominated offensively, holding... Read more →

David W. Borton, Sr., Longtime Baseball Umpire, Hot Stovers Baseball Club Member, SJ Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

David W. Borton, Sr. AUDUBON, NJ (October 11, 2021)--David W. Borton, Sr., age 73 of Audubon, passed away on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. Dave was raised in Haddon Township. where he attended St. John’s and graduated with the class of 1966 at Haddon Township High School. Dave was a longtime resident of Audubon where he also ran his business, Borton Associates, and was a faithful parishioner of St. Joseph The Worker Parish. Dave was a Philadelphia Sports fan and a long-time season ticket holder of the Flyers and Eagles and finally witnessed the great Eagles Superbowl win! His biggest passion... Read more →

The Best Public High School in Pennsylvania IS...

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics The quality of American public schools can vary widely between states, cities, and even districts. Not all schools are able to provide students with the same level of education, access to extracurriculars, counseling, or college preparation. While each public school faces its own unique challenges, each state has one public school that stands out as the very best. The best public high schools tend to be in relatively affluent areas, where incomes are well above the U.S. median household income of $62,843. A wealthier tax base for a school district means that schools have more funding to hire... Read more →

Good News: New Jersey American Water Upgrading Aging Water Main in Barrington

CAMDEN, N.J. – OCT. 7, 2021 – New Jersey American Water will replace approximately 8,940 feet of aging water main in Barrington starting next week. The project also includes replacing eight fire hydrants and 195 utility-owned service lines along the pipeline route. The company will upgrade the aging 6-inch and 8-inch Transite and steel water lines that were installed in the 1940s with new 6- and 8-inch ductile iron main along the following streets: Tavistock Boulevard from Warwick Road to Chesterfield Road Wayne Road from Tavistock Boulevard to Warwick Road Oakwood Road from Tavistock Boulevard to Chesterfield Road Chesterfield Road... Read more →

Rev. Francis J. Gramigna, Pastor at St. Joseph's, (Sea Isle), Assumption (Wildwood Crest), St. Francis (Barrington)

Egg Harbor Township – On May 22, 2020. Age 83. Loving son of the late Joseph and Jane Gramigna. Devoted brother of Kathleen “Cass” (late Edward) Garrity and Charles (late Claire) Gramigna, and Sister-in-law Mary Gramigna. Predeceased by Mary (Louis) Lippa, Joan (Thomas) Campbell, Rose (Patrick) McShane, Joseph (Patricia) Gramigna, Edward Gramigna, Sr. Dear uncle of 48 nieces and nephews, and too many great-nieces and great-nephews to count. Father Frank was born in Oaklyn and was a graduate of Camden Catholic High School in 1955 where he was Captain of the football team. Father attended St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore... Read more →

The Political Games Played by The Washington Elite Never End

" Citizens, it is time to take our country back from the Political Class, from The Media, and from the Liberal and Conservative Elite ~Carly Fiorina " William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews WASHINGTON, DC (October 11, 2021)-- The National School Boards Association sent a letter to President Joseph R. Biden on September 29, 2001 asking him to help stop the alleged threats from parents and other members of the public being made against school boards and dedicated education leaders. Over the past several weeks the media have been televising clips of parents lambasted school boards members across the nation... Read more →

Adele M. Presutti, age 101, of Laurel Springs/Philadelphia

Laurel Springs – Formerly of the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. On October 7, 2021. (nee Morman) Age 101. Loving wife of the late Anthony H. Presutti, Sr. In the loving care of her daughters: Lois A. (the late) Grant Schuhl and Nancy E. (Steven) Patruno. Predeceased by her son, Lieutenant Colonel Anthony H. Presutti, Jr. (surviving wife Eleanor A.). Dear sister of Richard Benjamin Morman (the late Antoinette). Cherished grandmother of Scott A. (Mary Jo) Schuhl, Dr. Anthony H. (Becca) Presutti, III, Elita Presutti, Robert M. (Lisa) Schuhl, Christina E. (John) Berth. Predeceased by her 2 grandchildren: Andrea E. Patruno... Read more →

Dog Snatched in Philly Neighborhood

Those who own dogs will agree with the notion that dog ownership is one of the most pleasant experiences people can have. For many, dogs become another family member, a character that has their own personality. There is no doubt that dogs are simply easy to love and hard to hate, which is why it is so upsetting when something terrible happens to them. One of the worst things that can happen to a dog owner is that their dog falls sick, but at least there is always the chance to say goodbye in these situations. When dogs are snatched... Read more →

Camden County DCA Grant Application Includes Nearly $400,000 for City of Gloucester City

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)(October 11, 2021)----The County of Camden is holding a virtual public hearing, Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at 10 AM for the purpose to announce it intends to apply to the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for: $370,684 in Community Development Block Grant CV1 funds for Gloucester City and $1,343,678 in Community Development Block Grant CV2 funds, which were made available through the CARES Act, Public Law 116-136. The County has determined that the best and most effective way to address community needs and prepare, prevent, and respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is to establish... Read more →

CNBNews Hunting/Fishing NJ: Fall Trout Stocking Schedule

Beginning October 12, two-year old trout averaging about 14"-16" in length along with some three-year old broodstock, will be stocked in 36 streams, lakes and ponds throughout New Jersey. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files The Division of Fish and Wildlife will stock approximately 21,000 trout in the state's major trout waters. The fish are stocked from the Pequest Trout Hatchery starting October 12 through October 20. All fall-stocked waters may be fished as soon as they are stocked. Waterbodies stocked will be posted in our Facebook and Instagram stories and on our websiteafter stocking is completed each day (the stocking schedule is... Read more →

Understanding the Internal Revenue Service's Debt Forgiveness Program Under the Tax Law- A Detailed Study

by William D. King It is impossible to foretell what will happen next in life. Once you are faced with a financial crisis and are unable to pay your tax bill, the authorities will forgive your back taxes. Depending on the circumstances, taxpayers may be able to get a portion of their tax burden forgiven. Just after taking into consideration the payer's current financial situation, the IRS decide to forgive the tax due. In other words, the IRS is not allowed to collect more than what is reasonable. Once you have lost your financial stability as a result of any... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: DEA SUPERVISOR MICHAEL GARBO, Shot/Killed During Search of Train at Amtrak Station, Tucson

MICHAEL G. GARBO United States Department of Justice - Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Government End of Watch Monday, October 4, 2021 Group Supervisor Mike Garbo was shot and killed while he and other regional task force members conducted an inspection of an Amtrak train at the Amtrak Station in Tucson, Arizona. He and other task force members boarded the train, which was traveling from Los Angeles, California, to New Orleans, Louisiana, to conduct an inspection for narcotics. They had detained one subject and were escorting him from the train when another man opened fire on them, fatally wounding Group Supervisor... Read more →

Not-For-Profit-Organizations in Camden County Eligible for COVID Community Recovery Grant Program

Take notice that the County of Camden, New Jersey (“County”) will receive grant proposals from eligible not-for-profit organizations (“organizations”) by November 30th, 2021 at 5:00pm under its COVID-19 Community Recovery Grant Program (“Program”). The County will award grants under the Program on a discretionary basis not-to-exceed $500,000.00 per organization. Organizations must meet all Program criteria and requirements, including, but not limited to, having a physical service address within the geographic boundaries of the County and demonstrating a direct or secondary impact caused by the COVID-19 public health emergency. The primary objectives of grant funds under this Program are to: (i)... Read more →