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Juvenile Pedestrian Hit by Vehicle in Gloucester City, Dies from Injuries

The accident occurred at the intersection of Somerset Street and Johnson Blvd., Gloucester City. In this Google street view, Somerset Street is on the left GLOUCESTER CITY NJ November 20, 2021 (CNBNews)—Friday, November 19, 2021, at 7:26 AM, officers responded to Somerset Street and Johnson Boulevard for a motor vehicle collision involving a pedestrian. The juvenile pedestrian was transported to an area hospital. On November 20, 2021, the juvenile died as a result of the injuries sustained during the collision. According to CNBNews sources, the victim was a senior at Gloucester High School. The Camden County Crash Response Investigation Team... Read more →


Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., Returning to Italy

Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., has served in the Diocese of Camden for decades, teaching in schools and leading retreats at Mother Mary Joseph Center of Hospitality, Cherry Hill. (Courtesy photo) By Sister Jerilyn Einstein, F.M.I.J. On April 11, 1968, Sister Angela Pia Camillotti, F.M.I.J., along with Sister Angela D’Alessandro, F.M.I.J., arrived in the United States to begin their mission, specifically in New Jersey, helping to educate the children of the Diocese of Camden, initially the children of Saint Margaret Regional School, Woodbury Heights. After 53 years in the United States, Sister Angela Pia is being reassigned, returning Nov. 29... Read more →


Role of the best bitcoin trading platforms

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Tips to Unroot android devices 

Lodging your Android smartphone or tablet gives you operating system operation boons, enabling you to edit or cancel system lines, customize your phonebook, change the firmware and much further. There are disadvantages to this process. Most importantly, it avoids the bond of your device. Your device isn't defended from security pitfalls after lodging. You can fluently bed it, if you have an embedded Android device and you want to reclaim its bond or keep it safe. Here we have the tips and tricks to tricks for unrooted android devices that are available now. There are several ways to bed your... Read more →


Rowan's Maldonado, Fara and Akins Named to NJAC All-Conference Football First Team

PITMAN, NJ – Rowan wide receiver John Maldonado, running back James Fara and defensive lineman A.J. Akins were named to the 2021 NJAC All-Conference Football First Team, heading a group of 10 Profs who received league honors as voted on by the NJAC’s coaches. Additionally, Mike Husni (QB), Robert Stashek (OL), Kyle Young (OL), Mike Mascioli (LB) and Malachi Winters (DB) earned All-NJAC Second Team honors, with C.J. Barrett (TE) and Eric Matos (LB) receiving Honorable Mention. Maldonado (Glassboro, NJ/Glassboro) put together his best season as a Prof catching 64 passes for 873 yards and seven touchdowns. The junior topped... Read more →


Rowan's Abby Hainsworth Recipient of the Elite 90 award NCAA Field Hockey Championship

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan's Abby Hainsworth is the recipient of the Elite 90 award for the 2021 NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championship. A junior mechanical engineering major, Hainsworth carries a GPA of 4.0. She was presented with the award at the Profs’ practice today in Hartford, CT, as Rowan prepares for its NCAA Semifinal matchup with top-ranked Middlebury on Saturday morning. Hainsworth (Williamstown,NJ/Williamstown HS) becomes the second Rowan field hockey player to receive the prestigious honor in the past three years, as Casey Wagner was recognized with the Elite 90 award in the Profs’ last appearance in the NCAA... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: $66.5 Million Being Spent to Strengthen Vaccine Conference Among Minorities

NOVEMBER 16, 2021|JUDICIAL WATCH In the next few months, the Biden administration is doling out $66.5 million to community organizations and “minority-serving institutions” that will help “strengthen vaccine confidence” among racial and ethnic minority groups as well as underserved communities. The allocation is part of a broader, $143.5 million initiative launched by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) this month to “address barriers to COVID-19 vaccination.” Under the plan an HHS offshoot called Health Resources and Services Administration that aims to “achieve health equity” will keep disbursing funds throughout the fiscal year to expand “community-based efforts” to vaccinate... Read more →


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Bitcoin Aussies system apps and other cryptocurrencies are no longer storage of technology that's out for an adventure, but a mainstream investment vehicle. Realizing that currencies have a huge eventuality for profit, they've added to the list of software similar to the Bitcoin Aussies system app Aussie system to automate the trading process and make it more effective. Unfortunately, the place for cryptocurrency trading software is still evolving and swindles are common. With that in mind, this review aims to tell you how to use the Bitcoin Aussies system app Aussie system as well as its authenticity. Just have a... Read more →


Frederick W. Brewer, Jr., of Audubon, age 91

There are times when we make history and there are times when history makes us. The goal isn’t to live forever but to leave a history that will. Then no day shall erase you from the memory of time. Frederick W. Brewer, Jr. loved to share his family and local history with whoever would listen. He possessed an unwavering work ethic that put in a lot of hard work over a lot of years, finishing each day with a nice cold beer. Forever always seems to be around when it begins, but forever never seems to be around when it... Read more →


Blackwood Man Pleads Guilty to Trying to Meet Underage Girl for Sex

Sentenced to Parole Supervision for Life and Must Register as a Convicted Sex Offender Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 36-year-old Blackwood man who pled guilty to attempting to meet an underage girl for sex at a Bordentown Township park last year has been sentenced to parole supervision for life and will also be placed on the New Jersey sex offender registry. Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Jason McCann pled guilty in March to Attempt to Commit Endangering the Welfare of a Child - Impairing or Debauching the Morals of a Child (Third Degree) in exchange... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Who Really Stands For Free Speech?

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor November 16, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the raging free speech controversies: On November 9th, the New York Times ran two news stories on the same subject, free speech, that had very different perspectives. The articles did not appear in tandem: one appeared in Section A on p. 16; the other was a front-page story in The Arts/Cultural Desk section. The two organizations that were the subject of analysis had nothing in common, save for their alleged fidelity to free speech. One was believable; the other was not. The credible organization is... Read more →


NJ Storm Survivors: FEMA Registration Deadline Approaching

TRENTON, N.J. – The deadline is approaching for New Jersey homeowners and renters who had property damage or loss caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida from Sept. 1-3, 2021, to apply for federal disaster assistance. The deadline to apply is Monday, Dec. 6, 2021. Federal disaster assistance for individuals and families can include money for rental assistance, essential home repairs, personal property losses, and other serious disaster-related needs not covered by insurance. If you live in Bergen, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Union or Warren counties, you can register for disaster assistance, update your contact information,... Read more →


Two Individuals Arrested in Delaware for Hunting and Firearms Related Charges

Delaware Natural Resources Police arrested two individuals during the opening weekend of shotgun deer season who were both hunting after being convicted of felony charges in the state of Delaware. On November 12, Brian L. Dill, 47, of Lincoln who was previously convicted of felony theft was charged with three counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited, two counts of possession of a deadly weapon by a person prohibited, one count of no hunter orange, and one count of possession or transportation of an unlawfully taken antlerless deer. On November 13, John W. Hitch, 81,... Read more →


James A. Brennan-Martin of Audubon Park

Audubon Park - On November 16, 2021, Jay passed away peacefully after a battle with pancreatic cancer. A graduate of Deptford High School, Jay worked in the radiology scheduling department for Jefferson Health System. He loved traveling, cruising, trips to Disney as well as his fur babies, especially his late dog Chip. Jay was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Haddonfield. Jay is the beloved husband of 4 years to Walter Brennan-Martin with whom he has shared the past 24 years. He is the devoted son of Sandy (nee Bankhead) and the late, James A. Martin, Sr. He... Read more →