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January 8, 2022

Gloucester High over Gloucester Catholic 60-48

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 8, 2022)--Gloucester High's Liam Gorman and Aydan Hagan led the Lions to a 60-48 win over Gloucester Catholic today, Saturday. The two teams battled to a 19-19 tie in the first half and traded blows for most of the third quarter until the end of the period. Gloucester erased a one-point deficit by scoring eight straight points, including two 3s by Hagan, one of them just before the buzzer, according to NJ.com Hagan, a junior, had five triples against the Rams last year and three more in this one. After his clutch shooting in the third... Read more →

Women's Basketball: Rowan Powers Past Rutgers-Newark

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan scored a New Jersey Athletic Conference win with its 94-61 victory over Rutgers-Newark Saturday afternoon at Esbjornson Gymnasium. Dakota Adams led a balanced attack, totaling 16 points and 10 rebounds, both team highs, as the Profs won their fourth in a row. Grace Marshall (11 points) and Kristina Johnson (10 points) also finished in double figures. Rowan used a 17-4 run to close the first quarter as the squad shot 60% in the frame to lead 27-14. The Scarlet Raiders used their own rally early in the second to pull within 27-23. A big three from... Read more →

Mens Basketball: Rutgers -Newark Over Rowan 66-60

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan’s comeback attempt fell just short as Rutgers-Newark held off the Profs, 66-60, despite a career-high 23 points from freshman Josh Wright. The loss drops the Profs to 12-2 (5-2 NJAC) and ends their winning streak at eight games. Rowan, with only seven players available due to injuries and Covid protocols, fell behind by 18 points in the first half, but used a strong second half to come within two points late in the game. Damian Smith scored 15 points and Marcellus Ross added 13 for Rowan. D’Andre Vilmar led the Profs with 11 rebounds while Marko... Read more →

The Issue with the Housing Crisis is a Problem for Everyone – Maxwell Drever Shares His Views

If there is a shortage in the housing supply in play, work, or even residential areas, it adversely impacts people's overall life quality. Since there is insufficient access to affordable and good-quality homes, it can aggravate social concerns like low educational achievement, homelessness, issues related to poverty, and other health ailments. The families with lesser income often get compelled to let go of the basic necessities of life. They live in cramped spaces that can result in severe consequences. And such people end up bargaining for a cheap shelter and doesn't cater to the basic life conditions. But there is... Read more →

President Biden and Former President Trump Give Their Opinions on the Anniversary of the January 6 Riots

BIDEN'S VIDEO BELOW +++++ Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, responds to President Joe Biden's remarks pertaining to the one-year anniversary of the January 6, 2021 takeover of the Capitol Building by protestors. What we witnessed yesterday was the last gasps of a corrupt and discredited left-wing political and media establishment that has, for decades, driven our country into the ground—shipping away our jobs, surrendering our strength, sacrificing our sovereignty, attacking our history and values, and trying to turn America into a country that our people can barely recognize. These radical leftists in Washington care NOTHING... Read more →

Almost 50 Schools in Philadelphia Shut-Down Amid COVID Surge and Staffing Shortages

Chalkbeat Staff, Chalkbeat Jan 7, 6:13pm EST At least 46 Philadelphia schools won’t reopen for in-person learning next week due to staffing shortages, Superintendent William Hite announced Friday evening. The number of schools offering only virtual instruction could grow, Hite warned, as the district monitors over the weekend how school staff have been impacted by the omicron surge. ​​”Some schools that were virtual this week could remain virtual or shift to in person next week, and those that were in person this week could remain in person or need to shift to virtual,” Hite said in a message to teachers... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: Slippery Rock University's Dean's List

SRU announces fall 2021 dean's list SLIPPERY ROCK, PA (01/07/2022)-- Slippery Rock University has announced its dean's list for the fall 2021 semester. The dean's list consists of SRU undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, based on a schedule of at least 12 newly attempted and earned credits. The following students from your area were recognized: Christopher Andersen of Wenonah. Synclaire Angelow of Maple Shade. Nicholas Ferzetti of Ocean City. Jacquelyne Friebis of Eastampton. Justin Gibson of Mount Laurel. Madison Kelley-Whitman of Audubon. Benjamin Moore of Pine Hill. Heavyn Perez of Vineland. Emme... Read more →

Guest Opinion: John Reinke Busts Myths About GW’s Animal Abuse...

... Government Overreach Rampant In Tiger King By Marc Ang OKLAHOMA - While many would like to focus on Tiger King’s Joe Exotic’s colorful personality, and some may choose to vilify him due to his most explosive moments, there was no denying that many lives were affected, animals and humans. Namely the loyal and earnest GW Zoo day-to-day manager John Reinke. Gloucestercitynews.net est. 2006 John and I caught up in Oklahoma where he is currently babysitting a few circus big cats. He is best known for his close relationship with tamed lion Bone Digger. Local news featured the lion chilling... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: It is Now Chic to Hate Whitey

January 7, 2022 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest cultural fashion: It has been chic for some time to say things about white people that if said about blacks would be branded racist. Now it is in vogue like never before. The irony is that the racist comments are being said by those who consider themselves to be anti-racist. They are not—they are every bit as racist as George Wallace was. To top things off, many round out their bigotry by making anti-Christian and sexist remarks. In short, they have a special... Read more →

CONSUMER ALERT: 28,356 pounds of ground beef products, may be contaminated with E. coli

WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, 2022 – Interstate Meat Dist. Inc., a Clackamas, Ore., establishment, is recalling approximately 28,356 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw, ground beef items were produced on Dec. 20, 2021. The products subject to recall and the labels can be viewed here. The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 965” inside the USDA mark of inspection or printed next to the time stamp and use or freeze by date. These items were shipped to... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: Shenandoah University Students Named to Dean's List

WINCHESTER, VA (01/07/2022)-- Shenandoah would like to honor the 1,024 students who made the Fall 2021 Dean's List. To be considered for the Dean's List, students must complete at least 12 semester hours and earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher. Andrew Lafay of Tabernacle (08088) Isabelle Howley of Burlington (08016) Gabriella Raspanti of Sewell (08080) Rebecca Briant of Mount Holly (08060) Brianna Lincks of Bridgeton (08302) Dylan Elliott of Sicklerville (08081) Elizabeth McGee of Moorestown (08057) Shenandoah University was established in 1875, and is headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, with additional educational sites in Clarke, Fairfax and Loudoun counties.... Read more →

Another Gang Member Sentenced for Truck Stop ATM Robberies and Assault

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A third Houston-area gang member was ordered to federal prison Wednesday for his role in a string of ATM robberies at truck stops in Texas and Louisiana and for a related assault of a good Samaritan who tried to intervene in one of the robberies. The investigation was conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in Corpus Christi with assistance from sheriff’s offices in Live Oak, Angelina, Brazoria, Wharton, Medina and Cass Counties in Texas; and police departments in Angleton, Cleveland, Seguin and Lufkin, Texas, as well as Vinton, Louisiana. Christopher... Read more →

Judith "Judy" L. Leason, of Bellmawr, age 71

Judith "Judy" L. Leason (nee Trykowski) on January 4, 2022 of Bellmawr. Age 71. Loving mother of James Leason, Jr. (Dawn) of Deptford and Jeffrey Leason (Christine) of Barrington. Devoted grandmother of Kristen, Matthew, Michael, Angela, Dominic, and Justin. Beloved sister of William Trykowski (Carol). Dear aunt to William Trykowski, Jr. (Teresa). "Second Mom" to Bernadette Bohannon. Judy was preceded in death by her mother, Gertrude Walinski, and her brother, Howard Hogate. Judy was a Production Supervisor for Metrologic Instruments in Bellmawr. An avid Philadelphia Eagles fan, Judy enjoyed boating, flower arranging, toll painting, and arts & crafts. She will... Read more →