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December 2021

Video: Coast Guard Rescues Three Near Egg Harbor Inlet

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – The Coast Guard rescued three mariners from a grounded pleasure craft near the entrance of Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, on Sunday. Watch standers at the Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay command center received a report via VHF channel 16 from the 36-foot pleasure craft Phyllis II stating that the vessel ran aground near the entrance to Little Egg Harbor. Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay dispatched a 29-foot Response Boat Small –II boat crew from Coast Guard Station Atlantic City to the scene. The boat crew was unable to approach the Phyllis II due to low... Read more →

CNBNews Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Water Temperatures Pose Danger to Sea Turtles, Marine Mammals

Marylanders Asked to Report ‘Cold-Stunning’ of Sea Creatures Maryland Department of Natural Resources and National Aquarium staff returned three sea turtles to the Atlantic Ocean in September 2020, after months of rehabilitating the animals from near-fatal cold-stunning. Maryland DNR photo. As soon as water temperatures dip in the fall, sea turtles and some marine mammals that frequent the Chesapeake Bay are susceptible to cold-stunning or hypothermia. The immediate impacts can cause some species to become slow and unresponsive, making them dangerous to themselves and boaters. Cold-stunning can also be lethal to marine mammals such as Florida manatees. While rare, some... Read more →

What Apps do You Need On Your Phone?

Theoretically, you don’t need any apps on your phone except the phone app. But, in today’s world it is hard to imagine communicating and functioning without access to at least email on your phone. But, to know which apps you need, you will need to figure out also what type of user you are. We can divide all smartphone users into three distinct categories: Casual users Business users Media consumers And, none of these are less legitimate than the other. While usually young people fall into the third category, there are a lot of adult folk who use smartphones for... Read more →

Travel Alert: Road Work Tuesday in Cherry Hill

CHERRY HILL NJ--PSE&G will be performing asphalt restoration on Hinchman Avenue on Tuesday, Dec. 28. There will be a partial road closure at 321, 323 and 327 Hinchman Avenue northbound between St. James Court and Greenleigh Court for the duration of the work period. “The partial closure may cause some brief delays, but the work will be done as quickly and efficiently as possible, said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works. “The normal flow of traffic will return to normal once the project wraps up.” Work hours will run from 9 a.m. to 3... Read more →

Letters to the Editor: Should The State Take Control of Gloucester City?

I'm sorry I didn't know about the Gloucester City Council meeting in time so I wasn't able to attend. GLOUCESTER CITY NEWS BLOG EST 2006 Concerning a vehicle for the Housing Department - years ago I was married to a Construction Official. He used his own vehicle and was re-imbursed for mileage. Later, he was given an old police car which had already been fully depreciated. No new vehicle because there was no need. I have been making subtle hints such as "we need to get adults to run the city" and "I'd hate to see the State of NJ... Read more →

Who wants to spend a fortune on casino games? Try minimum deposit casinos

Today's online casinos present some of the best video entertainment available. While some reach for standard video games to pass the time, millions of others like to play their style of action. One that can also provide some lucrative payouts in the process. You might say it's a win-win situation. Different types of casino games There are many different types of casino games on offer. Your first thought might be traditional card games or roulette. And these are indeed some of the most popular on the planet. Games such as blackjack, for example, have been in existence for hundreds of... Read more →

CNB Hunting Maryland: Nimrods Harvest Less Deer During Firearms Season

December 20, 2021 Harvest 16% Lower, Population Remains Healthy Photo by Olivia Wiley The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that hunters harvested 26,569 deer during the two-week firearms season from Nov. 27 through Dec. 11. The harvest was 16% lower than last year’s official count of 31,649. “The two-week firearm season continues to be our most popular deer season,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said. “Although we have seen a mix of harvest results this season, the deer population remains healthy.” Hunters reported taking 10,492 antlered deer during the two-week season, down 10% from last year’s official... Read more →

Down The Shore: Avalon 2022 Beach Tag Designed by 6th Grade Student

AVALON, NJ--Avalon Elementary School student Anthony Harris has designed the artwork for Avalon’s 2022 seasonal beach tag. For 24 years, the Borough has partnered with the School on a student contest to design the beach tag for the following year. Harris is a sixth-grade student at the school. Mayor Pagliughi made the announcement of the winning design during a holiday presentation at the School held Friday, December 17th. Anthony received a commemorative plaque with his artwork signed by the Mayor, along with the very first beach tag for the 2022 beach season. Avalon congratulates Anthony on a job well done!... Read more →

Camden County One Stop Career Center Virtual Services

The One-Stop is the One Spot for all of your virtual job search needs. Collaborate with a Career Coach for individualized job search Connect with a Veterans Representative Pursue training opportunities that can lead to obtaining a career that is in demand. Attend workshops that enhance your job seeking skills Participate in job interviews at our virtual Recruiting Events Utilize supportive and literacy services Explore Unemployment Insurance resources Job Search and Individual Employment Plan Connect with a Career Coach who can review your skills, create an Individual Employment Plan, provide strong job leads, revise your resume and cover letter. We... Read more →

Maryland's Hunting News: New Migratory Game Stamp

Winning Artwork Chosen for 2022-2023 Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design December 16, 2021 Depiction of Snow Geese Wins Annual Contest Towson resident Jim Taylor’s illustration will adorn the 2022-23 Maryland Migratory Game Bird Stamp. Towson resident Jim Taylor won this year’s 48th annual Migratory Game Bird Stamp Design Contest held by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Judges chose Taylor’s depiction of snow geese flying over a cornfield to be featured on the stamps hunters purchase to hunt all migratory game birds in the state. “It is an honor to participate in and win the contest with my snow goose... Read more →

Some Senior Citizens in Camden County to Receive Tablets

(Camden City, NJ) – The Board of Commissioners is proud to announce the purchase of 300 tablets that will be used for face-to-face case management and to combat social isolation with the senior community. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Camden County Division of Senior Services noticed an increase in social insolation in the vulnerable senior population due to mandated social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus. Case management has had to be carried out telephonically and all spaces to meet have been closed, which has created a barrier between assessors and seniors. “Community engagement and socialization are the... Read more →

Down the Shore: Avalon's Holiday Trash/Recycling Information

The Avalon Department of Public Works wants to alert you to the following information regarding services provided weekly in Avalon: -Trash and recycling collection will occur on their normal off-season dates and are unaffected by the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. -The collection of metal/plastic/electronics will occur on Thursdays this week and next, on December 23rd and December 30th, instead of on the regular collection day of Friday. -The courtesy Trash and Recycling Depot located just off 15th Street and Dune Drive will be closed only on Christmas Day. The Depot is available every other day, including New Year’s Day,... Read more →

What is the New Jersey Wind Port project?

About the New Jersey Wind Port The New Jersey Wind Port is a transformative, hub-style marshalling port project that will serve offshore wind projects in New Jersey and up and down the U.S. East coast. The Port will be the first purpose-built wind port on the East Coast, with no vertical restrictions and easy access to more than 50 percent of the available U.S. offshore wind lease areas. Fast facts about the NJWP Development Plan 30-ACRE MARSHALLING PORT CONSTRUCTION STARTING 2021 | TARGET COMPLETION LATE 2023 Current development includes: Dredging from the Delaware River Channel Heavy-lift wharf with a dedicated... Read more →

CNB Hunting Maryland: Muzzleloader Deer Season Open Through Jan. 1, 2022

December 20, 2021 Second Half of Split Season Now Open Photo by Brendan Wolf The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters the muzzleloader deer hunting seasonreopened Dec. 18 and will run through Jan. 1, 2022. This is the second half of Maryland’s split deer muzzleloader season; the first half was held in October. Hunters may use muzzleloading firearms to harvest sika and white-tailed deer during this time. “The late muzzleloader season provides hunters the opportunity to pursue one of their favorite pastimes with friends and family during the holidays,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said. “Along with... Read more →

Kaiser Health News Briefs... Latest Stories

KAISER HEALTH NEWS ORIGINAL STORIES New Parents Slapped With Surprise Bills for Treating Newborns Regular use of a more advanced screening method turns a low-cost procedure into a pricier one. (Jay Hancock, 12/22) As Pandemic Wears Down Hospital Staff, One Town Offers Groceries to Say Thanks To help relieve the stress and time strains on employees at a Park City, Utah, hospital, community leaders created a pop-up grocery store, where workers can get complimentary meals and staples to take home. (Daryl Austin, 12/22) Layers of Subcontracted Services Confuse and Frustrate Medi-Cal Patients Many of the 14 million patients in Medi-Cal... Read more →

CNB Consumer News: Beware of the Dangers of Leaving Your Vehicle Running Unattended

Maryland State Police Warns Motorists Of Dangers Of Leaving Vehicles Running Unattended (PIKESVILLE, MD) – As the temperature begins to decrease, the chances of your vehicle being stolen increases, if you do not take the proper precautions, a case from over the weekend in Harford County highlights. Shortly before 3:30 a.m. on Saturday, a trooper from the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack attempted to conduct a traffic stop on westbound Route 22 at Sablewood Road in Bel Air, Maryland for a 2014 Hyundai Elantra that had been reported stolen in Pennsylvania. According to a preliminary investigation, after the trooper... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: Actor Alan Alda was actually an Army Officer During Korean War

Six-time Emmy Award-winning actor Alan Alda is most likely best known for playing an Army field surgeon, Capt. Benjamin "Hawkeye" Pierce, in the TV series M*A*S*H, which aired on CBS from 1972 to 1983. It's often noted that the series lasted longer than the war itself. Coincidentally, Alda was actually an Army officer, serving in South Korea from 1956 to 1958, not long after the Korean War ended on July 27, 1953. After attending ROTC and graduating from Fordham University in 1956, Alda was commissioned in the Army Reserve. He was stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia, and then spent six... Read more →

John D. Dickson Sr., of Gloucester City; Korean War Naval Veteran, Member of Teamsters Local 676

On December 19, 2021, John D. Dickson Sr., passed away peacefully at the age of 89. Loving husband of 66 years to the late Anna T. Dickson. Beloved father of Kathy Brandt, Peggy (Randy) Chiodi, John Jr. (Alice), Denise Robison, the late Barbara Ann (surviving Bruce) and the late David. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Beloved brother of Helen Crispin and Edith Higginbotham. Born in Camden, NJ, he was the son of the late Albert and Helen Dickson (nee Alexander). John proudly served our country in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He... Read more →

Galloway Man Charged with Aggravated Manslaughter in Connection to Fatal 2019 Boat Crash

MAYS LANDING- A Galloway Township man has been charged with Aggravated Manslaughter in connection to a fatal boat crash in July 2019 that killed a 39 year-old woman, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. On Monday, Dec. 20, 2021, members of the US Marshals NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force – Atlantic City Division, arrested Arthur Lesbirel, 45, and he was charged with Aggravated Manslaughter in connection to a boat crash that occurred on July 21, 2019, on the Intercoastal Water Way in Galloway Township. An investigation has determined that Lesbirel was operating a boat recklessly and caused a boat... Read more →

Rose M. DiMatteo, of Bellmawr

Rose M. DiMatteo (nee Capobianchi), on December 22, 2021, of Bellmawr, NJ; formerly of S. Philadelphia, PA. Age 83. Beloved wife of the late Arnold DiMatteo. Devoted mother of Arnold, Gaetano (Kelly), and the late Dana. Dear grandmother of Jessica, Dean, Crystal, Michaela, Dalton, Isabella, and Gabriella and great grandmother of Kareem, Landon, Peyton, Autumn, Guiliana, Ava, and Azaria. Dear sister of Laura Vuotto (Carmen), Elaine Capobianchi and the late Geno (the late Eleanor), Margaret DeSantis (the late Will), Rita Lattanzio (the late John), Charles, and Benjamin (the late Franny). Rose was an excellent cook. She enjoyed trips to the... Read more →

Can You Identify This Person?

BERKS COUNTY, (December 23, 2021)--The Pennsylvania State Police Troop L – Reading Barracks is attempting to identify the pictured female who used a stolen Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card to purchase groceries on 10/4/2021 & 11/4/2021 from Redner’s Markets located in Douglassville, Berks County. The suspect is believed to be a resident of Berks or Schuylkill County. Anyone with information regarding this incident or if you can identify the suspect are asked to anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or online at All callers to Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and could be eligible... Read more →

A Youth Conservative Moment is Rising

“America Fest 2021” The Phoenix Convention Center By Marc Ang As Turning Point USA’s America Fest 2021 gathered in Downtown Phoenix at the Convention Center, there was an air that was different. It wasn’t just the sheer number of patriots gathered in one spot, just days before Christmas, but it was the amount of youth engaged. The common theme was a rebellious rugged individualistic energy that was not married to a political party, but instead, a political movement. But it was also families with a strong conservativem common sense bent. For the first time, values were in the forefront over... Read more →

Merry Christmas To All from ClearysNoteBook

CNBNewsnet Wishing your Christmas be filled with peace, love and good health. Thank you for your support and loyalty Warmest Regards... Peyton...Don't Forget Me! Bill and Connie Cleary Sr. Read more →

Three Hours of Christmas Music (Video)

HO! HO! HO! MERRY CHRISTMAS from CNBNews Christmas music in a 3 hours long playlist Traditional Christmas songs & carols featuring piano, violin & orchestra - arranged and recorded by Peder B. Helland. Christmas songs in the mix: "O Holy Night", "Silent Night", "O Come All Ye Faithful", "Angels We Have Heard On High", "In The Bleak Midwinter" & "Fairest Lord Jesus". Video Courtesy of Peder B. Helland Read more →

UPDATED: Audubon Fire Department and Other Departments Respond to Brooklawn House Fire

UPDATED/CORRECTED Mt. Ephraim Fire Department (Dec. 24, 2021) post--Earlier today, at 9:30 am, your volunteer firefighters were alerted to cover Gloucester City Station 51 from Mount Ephraim Fire Department Station 45 while the Gloucester City Fire Department operated at an “All Hands” fire in Westville. While members stationed at our firehouse covering a large area of surrounding towns, your firefighters were alerted to a reported house fire (400 unit block of Chestnut St.,) in Brooklawn with reports of people trapped. Within seconds Squad 45, under the command of Captain Herrmann, was out the doors and responding with a crew of... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Baltimore Police Officer Keona Holley Succumbs to Gunshot Wounds

LINE OF DUTY DEATHS THIS YEAR 479 +29% BALTIMORE, MD (December 24, 2021)(CNBNEWS)--Police Officer Keona Holley succumbed to gunshot wounds sustained on December 16th, 2021, when she was ambushed in the 4400 block of Pennington Avenue. She was sitting in her patrol car at about 1:30 am when two men approached from behind and opened fire, shooting her multiple times. Both men then went to another location approximately 10 miles away where they murdered another man who owed one of them $100. Officer Holley was transported to a local hospital where she remained in critical condition until succumbing to her... Read more →

Face of Defense: U.S. Airman Morgan Freeman

Actor Morgan Freeman is known for his many roles in film, including "Driving Miss Daisy" (1969), "Glory" (1989), "Unforgiven" (1992), "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994), "Seven" (1995), "Amistad" (1997), "Million Dollar Baby" (2004), "The Dark Knight Trilogy" (2005-2012), and "Invictus" (2009) Among Freeman's many TV appearances was his role in the acclaimed children's television series "The Electric Company" in the 1970s. Born June 1, 1937, in Memphis, Tennessee, Freeman started his career acting in high school plays. After graduating from high school in 1955, he turned down a drama scholarship from Jackson State University, opting instead to enlist in the Air... Read more →

The Wildwoods Trip Planner

The Wildwoods Trip Builder YOUR GUIDE TO PLANNING YOUR VACATION Use our interactive tool to select your favorite events and attractions and save them to your itinerary at the push of a button. You can plan your vacation from your computer or phone so you can make the most of your trip. Select your trip duration, your accommodations and start flagging things you’d like to do. Any of the items in our Plan a Vacation section can be added to the My Trip section of our site. When you are finished you can save your trip, print it out or... Read more →

AG Investigating Fatal Police Shooting in Vineland

Vineland, N.J. – The Attorney General’s Office is conducting an investigation of a fatal police shooting that occurred on December 18, 2021 in Vineland, N.J. One male civilian sustained fatal injuries. The decedent has been identified as Joshua Gonzalez, 20, of Millville, NJ. The member of the Vineland Police Department who fired at Mr. Gonzalez is Sgt. Louis Platania. According to the preliminary investigation, members of the Vineland Police were dispatched to the area of West Park Drive to respond to a 911 call of an individual operating a construction backhoe in an erratic manner. At approximately 5:00 a.m., several... Read more →

NJ Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapist Revokes Massage Therapist License

NEWARK – Following recent reforms established to better protect the public from sexual misconduct and abuse in professional settings, Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck and the Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy (“the Board”) has permanently revoked the license of a massage therapist who touched a female client inappropriately during a massage session at Renewed Spa in Pennington. Under a Final Order filed today, Asmar R. Berry, 43 of Trenton, New Jersey, is permanently barred from working as a massage therapist in New Jersey after the Board found that... Read more →

More Monies Coming to NJ Schools if Legislature Approves

The Murphy Administration is recommending $5.15 million in awards for this round of SOCFBA The projects will now go to the Legislature for final approval TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy and Acting Commissioner of Education Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan today submitted the second round of Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act (SOCFBA) school security project recommendations to the Legislature for approval. If approved, the projects submitted to the Legislature will provide districts across the state with approximately $5.15 million in funding for school security upgrades including the installation of silent panic alarms to alert law enforcement during an emergency as required... Read more →

NEW JERSEY POLITICS: De Gregorio: “Nothing Will Stop Me from Defending My Home”

FAIR LAWN – Wednesday, December 22, Nick De Gregorio, a Marine Veteran and Republican Candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s Fifth Congressional District, released the following statement in response to the newly-drawn New Jersey Congressional map: “With President Biden’s approval tanking and inflation on the rise, Josh Gottheimer had no choice but to beg his allies on the Redistricting Commission to bail him out with a grossly gerrymandered map,” said De Gregorio. “But if Gottheimer and his cronies thought they could intimidate me from running, they were dead wrong. I am running, and I will win. “The Democrats’ radical agenda... Read more →

Francis Myers, of Westville, age 66

On December 20, 2021. Age 66. Of Westville. Survived by his children, April Burns (Michael), Johnny Myers, Anthony Kates and Alyssa Kates; grandson, Alexander Kates; brothers, John Myers and Jimmy Myers and his girlfriend Kim Weber. Son of the late Kenny Myers and Grace Bumarch Myers. Also survived by his friend Patricia Myers. Francis was an avid basketball player and fan and enjoyed the many years he spent coaching area youth. He also loved football and baseball. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Thursday evening, December 30th from 5 to 7 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME,... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Every State in the Union But California Has Transparent Spending Reports

“Open The Books” Sues Controller Betty Yee To Open The CA Checkbook By Marc Ang As we approach the end of 2021, California’s problems have become an embarrassing example of failure in management from the supply chain crisis to high rates of COVID despite draconian measures up and down the state on masks and vaccines. However, one topic that hardly got mentioned this year was the lack of transparency around California’s spending. As of today, California remains the only state in the Union that does not have transparent spending reports. Adam Andrzejewski, founder of Open The Books, hopes to change... Read more →

TurfMutt Foundation Lists Back Yard Trends in 2022

TurfMutt Foundation Predicts Americans Will Continue to Expand Outdoor Living People are expecting to spend more time than ever in their backyards in the coming year. (NAPSI)—“Backyarding”—the trend to move indoor activities outdoors that was made popular during the pandemic —is here to stay and will continue to expand in 2022, according to the TurfMutt Foundation, an environmental education and stewardship program that encourages outdoor living and caring for green spaces. “Backyarding is a way of life now,” says Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Foundation and its parent organization, the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI). “Homeowners spent lots... Read more →

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital ICU Nurse Michaela Bailey Receives DAISY Award

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurse Michaela Bailey, RN, was recently honored with a DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. A seven-year employee of Jefferson Health, the Pennsauken resident (shown middle) was presented the award by ICU Nurse Manager Lorraine “Kim” Kulikowski, BSN, RN, CCRN (left), and Jefferson NJ Senior VP & Chief Nursing Officer Helene Burns, DNP, RN, NEA-BC (right). They praised Bailey for her hard work, kindness and compassion — and for taking care of patients as if they were a member of her own family. Part of an international program, DAISY honorees are nominated by... Read more →

Mount Ephraim Releases Holiday Schedule

Holiday Schedule... Public Works - Closed, Monday, December 27th and Monday, January 3rd. Please hold all brush and concrete. Thank you. Borough Hall - Closed, Friday, December 24th and Monday December 27th. The office will reopen on Tuesday, December 28th. For New Year's the office will be closed on Friday, January 1st and Monday January 3rd and reopen on January 4th. Read more →

Tips and Hints For A Happy Holiday Get-Together

This Santa Hat Martini can help you make holiday wishes for a great party drink come true. (NAPSAI)—After the last year or so, many people are anxious to get back into the social swing. To help, here are 6 entertaining ideas that can mean more fun for you and your friends: How To Have A Great Party 1.Think about your guest list: You want people who are compatible, but that doesn’t have to mean they all know each other. Also, when considering the number of guests, bear in mind not everyone will be able to make it. For a sit-down... Read more →

Merry Christmas!Thomas Murphy's Pub Feeding Gloucester City Residents for FREE on December 24

Feeding Families for the Holidays “There are so many families in need in our region, and nobody should be alone or hungry,” Bob Nicodemo (Thomas Murphy's Pub Partner) photo Credit: Kevin York GLOUCESTER CITY, (December 23, 2021)(CNBNews)--Thomas Murphy's Pub, the popular neighborhood Irish pub located at 157 S. Burlington Street in Gloucester City, NJ, just minutes over the bridge from Philadelphia, has announced that they will feed families in their community for free on Friday, December 24th from noon to 2 p.m. Thomas Murphy’s Pub partner Bob Nicodemo said he hopes to feed Christmas dinners to 1,000 people for no... Read more →

Area Children Deliver Handmade Holiday Cards to Sidney Kimmel Cancer Centers

Mt. Laurel students Christina Soule and her brother Nicholas (pictured center) delivered handmade holiday cards from classmates at Mt. Laurel’s Harrington Middle School and Hartford Elementary School to Jefferson’s Sidney Kimmel Cancer Centers in Center City, Abington and New Jersey. The project – dubbed “Cards Conquering Cancer” – generated 640 cards that each bear an email and Twitter handle for patients to send comments if they choose. Pictured, from left, at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center – Washington Township on December 22: Jefferson Radiation Oncologist Dr. Nicole Simone; Harrington Middle School teacher and project sponsor Christina Paterno; Nicholas Soule and... Read more →


Nine Things NOT To Do This Holiday Season

While crime never takes a holiday, you can take steps to keep criminals from ruining yours. (NAPSI)—Keeping your mail secure is always a priority for the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, but during the holidays it’s even more important to keep your mail safe and your holidays happy. Criminals, however, are looking for ways to ruin this joyful time. Here are some things you can do to delight the bad guys and have yourself an unhappy holiday: 1.Send Cash. Cash is untraceable and easy to steal, creating a nice payday for thieves. 2.Cause a Fire. Batteries, especially lithium batteries, can cause... Read more →

Y.A.L.E. School Students Build and Donate Wooden Racecars to Toys for Tots  

Cherry Hill, N.J. – Middle school students from Y.A.L.E. School Cherry Hill, a private school for students with special needs, shifted into high gear in recent weeks to complete a project that resulted in nearly 90 custom-made wooden racecars being donated to Toys for Tots. Under the direction of Industrial and Applied Arts staff at Y.A.L.E. School Brian Reed and Ron Gordon, and using the design machinery at the Y.A.L.E. School Vocational Co-op, Y.A.L.E. students dedicated hours to building, sanding and readying the fleet of solid wood cars. Older students in Y.A.L.E.’s high school and 18-21 programs joined in the... Read more →

Gerry Rettew of Mantua, formerly of Gloucester City, GHS Alumnus Class of ‘62

Geraldine A. Rettew (nee White), on December 16, 2021, of Mantua. Age 76. Beloved wife of Bart John Rettew. Loving mother of Lori Ann Moran (Michael), Bart John Rettew, Jr. and Stacey Lynn Rettew. Cherished grandmother of Sean Moran, Ryan Moran, Andrew Moran, Emily Moran, Brendan Moran, Benjamin Rettew, Jessica Rettew, Reid Young, Shane Young, Ethan Young, Owen Young and great-grandmother of Weston. Dear sister of Patricia Garrett (Richard), Joseph White and Dorothy Geesey (William). For all who knew Gerry, easily realized that her family was her greatest source of pride. She and Bart were married for nearly fifty-eight years... Read more →

Kevin M. Brown, of Bellmawr, age 56

Kevin M. Brown Bellmawr - Kevin M. Brown of Bellmawr, NJ formerly of Cherry Hill, NJ died on December 18, 2021. Age 56. Beloved husband of Kimberly Brown. Loving father of Kevin M. Brown, Jr. and John R. Brown. Dear son of Ann E. Brown and the late John J. Brown,Sr. and Margaret Brown. Devoted brother of Kathleen Brown MacIntyre (Ronald); Linda Brown-Bartlett (Robert); John Brown, Jr. (Kelly); David Brown (Kathryn) and the late Janet K. Brown. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Viewing Thursday morning 8 to 9:45am in The Schetter Funeral Home, 304 W. Marlton Pike, Cherry... Read more →

The City of Brotherly Love Not Safe for Anyone Including a U.S. Congresswoman

The Congresswoman's car looks like this one. Two thieves stole the vehicle today around 3 PM PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 22, 2021)--On Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at approximately 2:46 pm, on the 1900 block of Pattison Ave, US Congress Woman Mary Gay Scanlon was walking to her car when she was approached by two unknown Black males approximately 20-30 years of age. The armed males approached the victim and demanded the keys to her vehicle - a blue 2017 Acura MDX. The victim handed over the keys to her vehicle, at which point one of the two offenders drove off in... Read more →

Burlington County Authorities Arrest Six Members of the Gotti Boy Movement Gang; Face Racketeering Charges

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP- (December 21, 2021)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Police Chief David King announced that six members of a Sunbury Village-based street gang have been charged with operating a criminal enterprise that is accused of carrying out multiple shootings – including two homicides – along with committing burglary, intimidating witnesses, possessing numerous firearms and fraudulently obtaining more than $125,000 in pandemic relief funds from the federal government. Eight others have been charged for their role in helping the organization, known as the Gotti Boy Movement (GBM), perpetrate the COVID-related financial scam. Those accused of running GBM were... Read more →

What is the business inflation with bitcoin trading?

At the point when you take a gander at the cryptography-based money market, it looks shocking, significant and baffling simultaneously. The trailblazer, the bitcoin, has acquired a great deal of fame over the most recent couple of years. There is no question that the cash has fallen essentially, however by and by it has recovered its position. Moreover, ICOs for new cryptographic based monetary forms are quickly arising. Visit here to get the bitcoin inflation hedge right here now. There is huge load of cash put resources into the bitcoin business. We can't disregard the way that an enormous measure... Read more →