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October 22, 2021

Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Oks Building Plans for N. Bwy. Business, AND ST. Marys Parking Lot Expansion

UPDATED Henry Mensah, the owner of 300 N. Broadway, which is a vacant lot was given approval to construct a building on the property. He is going to open a tool rental business. One nearby resident who lives across the street from the lot (a circle surrounds the residential block) spoke against the new tax ratable. That residential area was the scene of shooting in July. (Google street view) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--(October 22, 2021)--The Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board approved the minutes of the August 18 meeting which allow a tool rental business to build... Read more →

Celia Libidinsky, 90, of Vineland

Vineland - On October 14, 2021. Age 90.Celia was born in Brooklyn, NY and lived in Vineland many years. Loving daughter of the late Abraham Libidinsky and Shirley Libidinsky. Catholic Graveside Service Friday 10 am at Land of Canaan Cemetery: 678 South Fairview Road, Elk Township, NJ 08028. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home: Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Edwin O. Rodriquez, 67, of Maple Shade

Maple Shade – formerly of Camden, NJ. On October 18, 2021. Age 67. Catholic Graveside Services will be celebrated at 10 am on Thursday, October 21st in Waterford Memorial Park, Waterford Works, NJ. There will be no visitation or viewing. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: Gloucester City Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Mary Seddon, age 89, of Audubon

On October 15, 2021, Mary (nee Tofani) formerly of Audubon, NJ, age 89 years, went home to be with the Lord. Mary was the beloved wife of 69 years to Frank W. Seddon; devoted mother of Warren F. Seddon (Sally) and Kathleen Trowbridge (Craig); and cherished grandmother of Keith Seddon, Matthew Trowbridge (Stephanie), Amy Trowbridge, and Jade Gray. Mary was predeceased by her 5 sisters and 2 brothers. She is survived by many nieces and nephews. Mary’s life was centered on family and friends, and she enjoyed many activities, including bowling, shuffleboard, cards, and trips to Atlantic City. She had... Read more →

Federal Grand Jury in Philadelphia Charges Former IRS Employee with Tax Fraud

Submitted Fraudulent Documents to IRS to Cover Up False Deductions and Expenses on Tax Returns PHILADELPHIA PA (October 22, 2021)(CNBNews)--A federal grand jury in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, returned an indictment in July, which was unsealed yesterday, charging a South Carolina man with tax evasion and attempting to obstruct an IRS civil audit and an IRS criminal investigation. According to the indictment, Wayne M. Garvin, currently of Columbia, South Carolina, and previously of Philadelphia, allegedly filed individual income tax returns for the years 2012 through 2016 on which he claimed fraudulent deductions and expenses, including charitable contribution deductions and expenses associated with... Read more →

Jesus M. Salgado, "Jay", of Runnemede, Little League Coach and Umpire

Jesus M. Salgado, "Jay", on October 20, 2021, of Runnemede. Age 72. Beloved husband Janette Salgado (nee Crumb) for 41 years. Devoted father of Jay Salgado, Tina Salgado, and Renee Randles (Robert). Loving Pop Pop of Robert Jr., Rebecca, Rease, Jaydan, Emma, and Ava. Dear brother Dionisio Salgado (the late Sonja), Eduardo Salgado, Emma Salgado, Carmen Salgado-Roman, and the late Carlos Salgado. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Jay was an avid Philadelphia Flyers fan. He coached Little League baseball in Runnemede. Jay enjoyed playing softball and also enjoyed being an umpire for Little League baseball and girls softball.... Read more →

New Jersey E-ZPass Patrons to Receive Electronic Push Notification in the Future

TRENTON, NJ-- Governor Phil Murphy recently signed legislation (S-1654) which requires the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) and the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA) to provide electronic push notifications for New Jersey E-ZPass customers. The notifications will inform customers who download the New Jersey E-ZPass mobile application of tolls incurred after passing through toll plazas operated by the NJTA or SJTA within 24 hours of the charge posting to customer’s account. “E-ZPass customers deserve fast and timely notifications of charges incurred while traveling on our toll roads,” Murphy said. “Much like push notifications for other day-to-day transactions that we all... Read more →

Why Are Free Casino Games a Better Alternative?

Casino games have been a staple of modern entertainment for a very long time. Ever since the first land-based casino opened, people have been crazy about the adrenaline rush that casino games cause. However, it wasn’t always like that. There was a period when even talking about casino games was a taboo topic for many. Lots of people have avoided admitting that the casino is their favorite way to have fun because of the social stigma and costs involved. Luckily, that has changed. There are now online casinos that offer their users numerous completely free games. That’s one of the... Read more →

CONSUMER ALERT: Beware of Amazon Impersonators

October 20, 2021 by Maria Mayo Acting Associate Director, Division of Consumer Response and Operations Has Amazon contacted you to confirm a recent purchase you didn’t make or to tell you that your account has been hacked? According to the FTC’s new Data Spotlight, since July 2020, about one in three people who have reported a business impersonator scam say the scammer pretended to be Amazon. These scams can look a few different ways. In one version, scammers offer to “refund” you for an unauthorized purchase but “accidentally transfer” more than promised. They then ask you to send back the... Read more →

NJDOT Office of Maritime Resources to advertise multiple projects early in 2022

Contractors encouraged to get pre-qualified so they are eligible to bid (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced that the Department’s Office of Maritime Resources is planning to advertise contracts for maintenance and capital dredging projects in the Delaware River and NY/NJ Harbor regions of the state in early 2022. The work that will go out to bid in 2022 is in addition to ongoing maintenance work in the Atlantic coastal region. The new work areas will include larger volume projects that may require larger equipment and/or mechanical equipment that has not typically been required for... Read more →

More Help is Now Available to Get Back on Track

The pandemic has doubled the number of people who are behind on their energy bill. If you are one of them, the State of New Jersey and PSE&G want to help you get back on track, together. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) has designated this week as Utility Assistance Week to remind customers who have fallen behind on their bills to act quickly. The statewide suspension of utility shut-offs is expected to end on December 31, 2021. There are now more payment assistance options available with income-eligibility limits that have more than doubled.In fact, a family of... Read more →

Theresa A. Stimelski (nee Perovich), of Haddon Township; Loved Cooking for Family Gatherings, Known for Gardening

Theresa A. Stimelski (nee Perovich), on October 20, 2021, of Haddon Township for over 40 years. Beloved wife of the late Robert H. Stimelski. Devoted mother of Robert Stimelski (Grace) and Bernadette Klaus (William). Loving grandmother of Caitlin Stimelski (Leighton), Theresa Sims (Bryan), Nathaniel Klaus, and Claire Klaus. Dear sister of Frances Thomas (the late Gordon), Dorothy Handy (the late Howard) and the late Susan Tedesco (the late Tom) and Peter Perovich (the late Mary). Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Theresa's greatest love were her four grandchildren. She enjoyed making food for large family gatherings and was especially... Read more →

How to Prevent and Prepare For a Choking Incident

Unfortunately, choking is a much more common hazard than most people think, especially when it comes to kids who eat unsupervised at school. Recently, a student-athlete at Tufts University, tragically passed away due to a hot dog eating contest for a local charity. A death that is so sudden and unpredictable, it’s hard to be fully prepared. With choking being the country’s 4th leading cause of accidental death, Arthur Lih, inventor of a de-choking device, says, “There’s a lack of awareness about the dangers of choking. I think most people would be surprised to find out that the current standard... Read more →

NJDOT, NJDEP remind drivers to beware of deer

(Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are reminding drivers to be extra vigilant on roadways this fall as mating season for white-tailed deer gets underway and daylight hours decrease. Deer are more likely to suddenly enter roadways at this time of year, also known as the fall rut, as bucks pursue does, increasing the risk for sudden stops or collisions. Deer activity is more likely to occur during early morning hours and around sunset, when visibility may be difficult and more motorists are on their work commutes. “Deer are... Read more →

Pro-Life Org Launches National Multi-Million Dollar Anti-Abortion Campaign

Ahead of SCOTUS Case That Could Challenge Roe V. Wade Live Action's #2363campaign sheds light on the tragedy of abortion in America as the leading cause of death for children. Washington, D.C. – Every day in America, an average of 2,363 children are lost to the violence of abortion. Live Action, one of the nation’s leading human rights nonprofits, with the largest and most engaged following in the global pro-life movement, launches 2363, a multi-million dollar national human rights campaign to raise awareness that abortion is the leading cause of death for children and to bring this national tragedy to... Read more →


– Record Number of Carry Permits in 2020 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Last year was one for the record books. Not only did gun sales climb to unprecedented highs, but 40 percent of all purchasers were first-time gun buyers, estimated to be some 8.4 million people. The number of FBI NICS background checks – used for gun sales and transfers as well as for suppressor sales and concealed carry permits – was just under 40 million for 2020, the highest number since the agency began keeping records. Firearm imports for 2020 likewise exceeded every other previous year to date. According to Firearms... Read more →

Gun Buy Back, No Questions Asked, Saturday

CAMDEN CITY, NJ--(October 22, 2021)--Turn in your guns, receive cash, no questions asked. This Saturday, October 23rd, one of eight gun buy back events happening throughout New Jersey will take place in Camden County. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., New Jersey residents can safely and anonymously turn in their firearms at Antioch Baptist Church, located at 690 Ferry Ave in Camden, in exchange for up to $250 cash per weapon, for up to three guns. The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office is co-hosting this event with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Division of Criminal Justice, with the... Read more →