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December 2, 2021


Woodlynne Councilman Pablo Fuentes Fined, Brother of Camden City Deputy Clerk & Past Woodlynne Mayor

COUNCILMAN PABLO FUENTES VOTED 17 TIMES TO APPROVE HIS WIFE FOR BOROUGH JOBS AND POSITIONS...What's Wrong With That !!! ~CNBNews WOODLYNNE, NJ--(December 2, 2021)(CNBNews)--Woodlynne Councilman Pablo Fuentes is facing a fine of $2,300 by the New Jersey Local Finance Board (LFB) for voting 17 times between the years 2020 and 2019 to approve his wife for Borough jobs and appointed positions. The ethics complaint against Fuentes was filed on March 27, 2018, by John Paff and the New Jersey Libertarian Party. According to the Notice of Violation, Fuentes did not respond to the complaint’s allegations. Path said if Fuentes wants... Read more →

Delaware Arrest Individual for Hunting Illegally

After investigation into an allegedly illegal-taken deer case that occurred during the November firearm deer hunting season, Delaware Natural Resources Police arrested an individual for possession of firearms by a person prohibited. On Nov. 29, Clinton B. Courtney, 68, of Little Creek was charged with 12 counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, and one count of possession of fentanyl. Numerous search warrants were obtained for Courtney’s residence, resulting in the seizure of 12 firearms, illegal drugs, and drug paraphernalia. As a result of the arrest, Courtney was... Read more →

NJ Politics: Hoboken City Council Unanimously Approves Medicare for All Resolution  

HOBOKEN, N.J. – The Hoboken City Council yesterday passed a resolution in support of a nationwide Medicare for All program. The resolution sends a strong message to New Jersey’s congressional delegation that the residents of Hoboken are demanding an end to for-profit health care in favor of a universal system without copays or out-of-pocket costs. Guaranteed health care is needed now more than ever. Hudson County, N.J. has seen over 100,000 cases of COVID-19 and over 2,000 residents have died of the disease. Hoboken joins a growing number of over 75 cities and municipalities across the country, including 12 New... Read more →

Wreaths Across America Issues A Friendly Reminder of Veterans Events in December

We are 17 days away from Wreaths Across America Day and we would love to see you at one of our convoy stops or Arlington National Cemetery! Tuesday, December 7th will be the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor Saturday, December 11 7:07 AM Sunrise Service at West Quoddy Headlight*, Lubec, MAINE Breakfast Served at Sue’s Conscook Bay Cafe 1:00-3:00 PM History and Hospitality House Open House, Columbia Falls 4:00 PM Mobile Education Exhibit set up at Narraguagus High School, Harrington, MAINE - open to the public Sunday, December 12 7:45AM Escort Leaves Narraguagus High School, Harrington, MAINE... Read more →

AG’s Office Investigating Fatal Collision Involving Civilian and Police Vehicles

North Brunswick, N.J. – The Attorney General’s Office is conducting an investigation of a fatal vehicle collision that occurred on November 25, 2021 in North Brunswick, N.J. Two children sustained fatal injuries. The decedents’ identities are not being released at this time. According to the preliminary investigation, the fatal incident occurred on November 25, 2021 at 11:35 p.m. at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 130 in North Brunswick, N.J. Two vehicles were involved in a collision. The first vehicle was operated by a civilian driving on the wrong side of the highway, and also contained two children. The... Read more →

What Happened at the Michigan High School Shooting

Ethan Bakuli and Lori Higgins, Chalkbeat Detroit Dec 1, 3:12pm EST Four students have died after a shooting Tuesday afternoon at Oxford High School in metro Detroit. Ethan Crumbley, a 15-year-old student who was armed with a semi-automatic weapon, is in custody and now faces adult charges that include terrorism, first-degree murder, and intent to murder. Although the circumstances surrounding the shooting are unclear, in recent weeks students, staff, and parents across the nation have been feeling considerable pressure during a difficult school year. Oxford is about 45 miles north of Detroit. The shooting is the 23rd incident involving gunfire... Read more →

State of Delaware Seeks Contractors Applications for Solar Pilot Program

Two-Year Program Targets Low- to Moderate-Income Households Low- to moderate-income homeowners who have found installation of solar panels beyond their reach could get assistance with a pilot program expected to launch next year. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is requesting applications from contractors to participate in the program. Applications are due by Jan. 21, 2022. The two-year pilot program expects to serve at least 50 clients per year. The pilot program seeks to test expansion of residential solar Photovoltaic systems into the low- to moderate-income market segments, which have been underserved by existing renewable energy assistance... Read more →

Opinion: Small Town Community Newspapers, the Heart and Soul of Our Society

Dorothy York, President and CEO North American Precis Syndicate (NAPS) Taking the road less traveled can lead to some innovative approaches to successful news sites. Some fiercely independent news organizations have opted for their own unique style and hyperlocal flavor, instead of the cookie-cutter designs that are available from the usual providers. Their strong sense of individualistic identity has helped differentiate them from others, and carve out a niche that serves an unmet need. Rather than going where everyone else does for news coverage, you might want to get off the beaten path and try researching publications in the 10... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Marilyn Manson's Satanism Comes Home To Roost

December 1, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on allegations against Marilyn Manson: Following allegations of physically and sexually assaulting several women, rock star Marilyn Manson had his home busted into on November 29 by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The alleged crimes took place between 2009 and 2011 in West Hollywood. Gloucestercitynews. net files No reports have surfaced as to whether Manson's home today resembles the one he apparently had when he was allegedly brutalizing these women. At that time some who knew him called his home a "meat locker" or a "black refrigerator," a reference to... Read more →

AccuWeather's white Christmas forecast 2021

AccuWeather Special Report: Get additional insights for your story—contact pr@AccuWeather.com to arrange an interview with an expert AccuWeather meteorologist. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – December 1, 2021 – With a growing number of places across the United States getting their first snowflakes of the season, it's once again that time of year to break out the hot chocolate and look ahead at the chances of a white Christmas across the contiguous U.S. A climate pattern well-known for bringing precipitation to the northern tier of the country may tip the scales on which areas get a white Christmas or just a... Read more →

Brian Colombana Shares Top 4 Things You Should Check Before Moving Abroad

Deciding to shift abroad is a both scary and exciting time of your life. Therefore, you need to take various precautions to ensure your journey, as well as the living, is smooth. While moving abroad, you need to remember many things. Not just only flight ticket booking, but you also need to find a new home. Before you leave your country, you need to create a plan and ensure all the documents are in the proper place. Here are the top 4 essential things you need to check before you move abroad. Get Vaccinated Make sure you through a full... Read more →

California, Unruh and the National Consequences to Web Accessibility A history of non-discriminatory laws

California has stood at the forefront of promoting accessibility for people with disabilities more than any other state in the nation. In fact, its push to equal the playing field and remove discriminatory barriers began over 124 years ago in 1897. California’s 1897 Equal Rights Statute stipulated: “[A]II citizens within the jurisdiction of this civil state shall be entitled to the full and equal accommodations, advantages, facilities, and privileges of inns, restaurants, hotels, eating-houses, barbershops, bath-houses, theaters, skating rinks, and all other places of public accommodation or amusement, subject only to the conditions and limitations established by law and applicable... Read more →

Panelists for 100th Miss America Competition

Successful Entrepreneurs, Artists, Educators and Fashion Designers Among the Panelists for Two-night Preliminaries, Dec. 12-13, and Available Via LIVE Stream UNCASVILLE, Conn. (December 2, 2021) – With the 100th Anniversary Miss America competition fast approaching, the Miss America Organization is proud to announce panelists for the two-night competition preliminaries scheduled to take place on Sunday, December 12 and Monday, December 13 at 7PM ET at Mohegan Sun Earth Exp in Uncasville, Conn. The preliminaries will be live streamed at watchmissamerica.com, with the final night of the Miss America competition being broadcast from the award-winning 10,000-seat Mohegan Sun Arena on Peacock,... Read more →

Rowan's Kristiina Castagnola Top Player

Kristiina Castagnola (photo provided) ROCKPORT, NY - Rowan senior Kristiina Castagnola (Voorhees, NJ/Eastern Regional)has been named the Region IV Player of the Year, as selected by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. She is one of six regional award winners and is now in the running for NFHCA National Player of the Year honors to be announced on December 16. She becomes the second Rowan player to earn the honor as Rachel Galante received it in 2018. Castagnola was the catalyst and top scorer for the Profs as they reached the NCAA Final Four for the fifth time in school... Read more →

THE SURVEY SAYS! City of Gloucester Needs Your Input for Neighborhood Preservation Program Project in Irishtown

GLOUCESTER CITY. The City of Gloucester City is seeking feedback from people who live, work, shop, and eat in Irishtown for the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP). The online survey will help determine the projects and priorities designed to revitalize and rejuvenate the areas which incorporate the following: a small portion of Powell Street and Market Street to the South; Market Street to 5th Street and up to Ridgeway Street; Ridgeway Street to the Waterfront to the West; the Waterfront to portions of King Street and then to Hudson Street to the North; and down... Read more →


by Caroline Chen ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Series: A Closer Look Examining the News In public health, a “sentinel event” is a case of preventable harm so significant that it serves as a warning that the system is failing. The alarms are now blaring. A growing number of babies are being born with syphilis after their mothers contract the sexually transmitted disease and the bacteria cross the placenta. These cases are 100% preventable: When mothers who have syphilis are treated with... Read more →

CNB FISHING DELAWARE: Surf fishing permits delayed

2022 Delaware State Parks Annual Pass, Surf Fishing Permit Sales Delayed The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today the sale of 2022 Delaware State Parks annual passes and surf fishing permits will be delayed due to nationwide supply chain disruptions. Due to this delay, 2021 surf fishing permits will be honored on surf fishing beaches through Jan. 31, 2022. Daily entrance to Delaware State Parks is free through Feb. 28, 2022. While it is not known when the passes and permits will be available, the DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation expects receipt in early 2022... Read more →