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October 12, 2021

Unsilenced Majority Celebrates Columbus Day

Washington (October 11, 2021)--— 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... Read more →


Rowan's Field Hockey Moving on Up

GLASSBORO, NJ - Rowan's field hockey team has climbed six spots to a national ranking of sixth in this week's Penn Monto/NFHCA National Coaches Poll, making the biggest move of any team in the poll. The Profs defeated two Top 25 teams last week and have now won six games in a row to earn their highest ranking of the season. COACHES POLL Last week, the #12 Profs shut out both opponents, defeating #11 TCNJ, 1-0, in overtime, and handing #3 Kean their first loss of the year, 1-0. The Profs are currently 8-2 overall, and 3-0 in the NJAC,... Read more →


Lower Township MUA Semi -Annual cleaning / flushing of the Water Distribution System 

The cleaning / flushing will occur Monday through Friday between 7:00am and 3:00pm. Hydrant flushing will begin Wednesday, October 13th and continue until complete, expected completion is November 10th. During the hydrant flushing events, you may experience a temporary discoloration of the water. Check the water for discoloration prior to doing laundry. You may wish to draw a large bottle of water for cooking and drinking prior to the flushing date. If you experience low pressure after the cleaning / flushing please check your faucet screens for trapped particles. If you have any questions please call our office at 609-886-7146... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Seeking Public's Help with Locating Driver who Failed to Stop

This GTPD Crime Stoppers VIDEO can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/H9nGEIs7E24 On Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 2:52 AM a Gloucester Township Police Patrolman observed the pictured silver in color 1999 to 2002 Chevy Silverado Pickup exit the Lakeview Apartments onto Lower Landing Road with the rear license plate covered by black cardboard. The Officer pulled over vehicle onto Lower Landing Road, which took off at a high rate of speed after the Officer exited his vehicle. The fleeing vehicle sped into a residential neighborhood, in which the Officer did not pursue. After reviewing body camera and dash camera video, the... Read more →


Where To Purchase Ejuice Online?

Across the US and everywhere else in the world, vaping has increased in popularity. Based on the recent numbers, young people who vape are above 20 percent of its total population. It’s not a wonder why vaping has become popular. It’s a popular means to quit smoking, and people make vaping a hobby. This is all because of the massive customization that has gone into it. Once you get into vaping to quit the smoking habit, you have to choose a vape shop where you can buy a cheap vape juice for your consumption along with the vape device. Here... Read more →


VIDEO: Arizona Rancher Talks About Living on the U.S.-Mexico Border under Biden's Immigration Policy

John Ladd, whose family has had a ranch adjoining the U.S.-Mexico border for more than 120 years, says that illegal immigrants are telling him that President Joe Biden’s immigration policy is an invitation for invited them to come. For Ladd, the impact has been devastating. Here’s what he’s seen—and why he is concerned for the future of the country. video courtesy of The Daily Signal Watch the rest of our new series, The Real Stories of the Border Crisis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-i26... Still haven’t subscribed to The Daily Signal on YouTube? Click here ► https://bit.ly/2oz8N1I Follow The Daily Signal on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDailySign...... Read more →


Ricky Vargas Baluya, of Gloucester City

Ricky Vargas Baluya,of Gloucester City, was born in Pulanduta Balud Masbate, Philippines on July 30, 1963 to the late Nicomedes Arbiz Baluya and Antonina Obligar Vargas. Surrounded by his family, Ricky passed away peacefully at age 58, on October 6, 2021. In between these dates, he lived a wonderfully spirited life. Loving husband of Roselyn Asonio Baluya. Loving father of Richel QuialQuial Baluya, Ricky Anthony QuialQuial Baluya and Roniel QuialQuial Baluya. Survived by many loving family members in the Philippines. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Tuesday evening, October 12th from 5 to 7 PM at the... Read more →


GOV. MURPHY AND SOME MEMBERS OF THE TEACHERS UNION PARTY WITHOUT FACE MASKS

Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Phil Murphy and ECEA teachers union members attended an indoor Garden State Equality Ball, where few, if any attendees were wearing face masks or following CDC and state COVID-19 health and safety guidelines, according to the SHORE NEWS. Murphy’s Law in the state of New Jersey declares that all faculty, students, and staff must wear face masks while in school. It requires them to adhere to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and the New Jersey Department of Health. Murphy’s Law also declares that those same teachers can party the night... Read more →


How cannabis consumption has evolved

Marijuana legalization has been a hot topic of debate for many years. With more and more states legalizing the drug, there has been an increase in consumption and a demand for varied consumption methods. Marijuana can be used as medicine for chronic pain, nausea, anxiety, or even mental disorders like PTSD. It also may help with sleep deprivation and eating disorders. Aside from this, marijuana has been used for many years recreationally. Because of this, many new consumption methods have arisen, and many trends related to consumption methods are being seen. If you are curious about these consumption methods or... Read more →


Oral Diuretic Pill Could Be A Treatment For Alzheimer's Disease

A commonly available oral diuretic pill approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may be a potential candidate for an Alzheimer’s disease treatment for those who are at genetic risk, according to findings published in Nature Aging. The research included analysis showing that those who took bumetanide — a commonly used and potent diuretic(link is external) — had a significantly lower prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease compared to those not taking the drug. The study, funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, advances a precision medicine approach for individuals at greater risk... Read more →


Why Mud Baseballs?

Baseball Rubbing Mud (L) Lena Blackburne's baseball card for when he played for the Chicago White Sox; (R) Photo of the mud. Why Mud Baseballs? The sheen on new baseballs makes them slippery. In the 1920s, Ray Chapman died after being hit by an errant pitch. After the tragedy, teams started to look for what could be used on baseballs to give pitchers a better grip and more control. First they used the juice of chewing tobacco, but the umpires griped about applying that gross substance to balls before every game. Mud made of water and dirt from the playing... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Sgt. Nick Risner, of Alabama, Shot by Auto Theft Suspect in Muscle Shoals

Sergeant Nick Risner Sheffield Police Department, Alabama End of Watch Saturday, October 2, 2021 Sergeant Nick Risner succumbed to gunshot wounds sustained the previous day when he was critically wounded during a shootout with an auto theft suspect in Muscle Shoals. The suspect had shot the passenger of a vehicle he was riding in and pushed them out of the vehicle in the 800 block of Avalon Avenue in Muscle Shoals. The man then stole another vehicle and drove into the city of Sheffield. The vehicle was spotted by members of the Sheffield Police Department and pursued back into Muscle... Read more →


Singapore Online Casino

The leading online gambling industry in Singapore has witnessed a taste of satisfaction for the gamers around the world. Here are a few amazing features of this most famous online casino. Reliable, trustworthy Players can rely on them, even if they lose. 24 hours customer support is available round the clock. This is a great feature for a casino that promises its customers a trouble free gambling experience. No deposit bonuses This is a unique characteristic of Singapore online casinos to attract more players. In this regard, you may find no deposit bonuses tempting players at all. However, once you... Read more →


14th Annual Trick or Trot 5K, Saturday, Oct. 23

8:30am-Race Start (Day of registration begins at 7:45am) Ella Harris Park, $15: pre-registered by 10/22 $20: Race Day registration-payment can be made in cash or with a gift card(of equal value) that will donated directly to families. Proceeds will be donated to the families directly affected by the tornado that devastated our community in Mullica Hill. Costumes are encouraged....You'll run faster!! Read more →


NRA-ILA OPINION: The Second Amendment

For many decades, gun control proponents who saw their fortunes wane in legislatures from coast to coast and who were unable to get traction with Congress could at least console themselves with the thought that activist courts had their backs. The Second Amendment, after all, had been all but written out of the U.S. Bill of Rights by law professors and politically-minded judges, as cities and even the U.S. Congress increasingly adopted gun control in the Twentieth Century. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files But none of that could change the text, history, or tradition of the Second Amendment, which led to an... Read more →


Helen Witcraft, of Gloucester City, age 53

Surrounded by her loving family, Helen passed peacefully at home on October 9, 2021. Age 53. Of Gloucester City. Loving wife of 25 years to Bertram C. Witcraft, III. Loving mother of Tyler and Evan Witcraft. Predeceased by her parents, John and Ethel Convery. Beloved sister of John Convery (Julie), Maria Dougherty (Jim), Thomas Convery (Tina), Susan Parks and the late Joann Gorman (surviving Joseph). Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Helen was a longtime faithful, devoted parishioner of St. Mary’s R.C. Church in Gloucester City. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Friday, October 15... Read more →