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January 10, 2022

Gloucester City Republicans Announce Names of Candidates for November 2022 Election

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 10, 2021)(CNBNews)--Republican Jason Fanning, a Gloucester City resident, and business owner released the following statement today pertaining to the November 8, 2022, municipal election for the city council. This past November Fanning ran an unsuccessful race against Democrat Rob Page for the one year unexpired at large seat. Fanning has not given up. His statement reads as follows; Gloucester City, I come to you to say, "Those who don’t change their mind, don’t change anything." We, as a nation, have been divided for so long and for so many reasons that don’t benefit us. That division... Read more →


Best TV shows for light entertainment on Freeview TV

Although the majority of people now-a-days resort to streaming services to watch their favourite shows and series, some of the best TV shows have been broadcasted on live Freeview TV. In order to access Freeview TV, all that is required is a standard TV, an aerial and a tuning service. If you require an aerial installation or tuning for your TV, the professionals at https://mikeharrisaerialandsatellite.co.uk/would be more than happy to assist with this to ensure you have a quality TV display and reception to watch your favourite shows. I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Strongly considered as one... Read more →


Video: This Cop Should Be Playing for NFL

EDITOR'S NOTE--A car chase ended with the suspect crashing the vehicle and running away from police on foot. The arrow points to a police officer who was last in the chase. The short video shows this cop bypassing everyone; the chase ends when the cop makes a perfect tackle around his knees bringing the guy down to the ground. The video went viral. Many of those who commented said the cop runs like a fullback and tackles like a linebacker. That he should be playing for a team in the National Football League. Thanks to January for submitting it to... Read more →


GROWING UP IN GLOUCESTER CITY:

The Year 1961, Residents Defeat School Budget, Not Once but Twice

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 10, 2022)--The articles below are from the Gloucester City Democrat newspaper dated November 4, 1961. Does anyone know the last time the School Budget was defeated by Gloucester City residents? Why would the local Democrats publish a newspaper? Don't know the answer to the first question. But the reason the local Democrats were publishing their paper was that they felt the editor of the Gloucester City News at that time, George F. Cleary Sr., wasn't printing their side of the story. They did the same some 20 plus years later when yours truly was the editor... Read more →


Judith A. Pfannenschlag, Bellmawr, 74

With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Judith A. Pfannenschlag (Bellmawr, New Jersey), who passed away on December 15, 2021 at the age of 74. She was predeceased by: her parents, Joseph Pfannenschlag and Irene Pfannenschlag. She is survived by : her siblings, Gerry Allen (George) and Nancy Weston Dear (late John J. Jr.); her nieces and nephews, Patricia Krzyk, George Allen, Jr., Dawn Ewing and Jack Weston, III; her aunt Mary Kennedy; and her cousin Joan Smith (Ron). A funeral mass was held on Sunday, December 19th 2021 at 10:00 AM. Visitation was held on Monday, December 20th... Read more →


Not To Early To Plan for Summer Camp

Summer Camp: The Hot Ticket for 2022 By, Andy Pritikin Too much screen time over the past decade and its residual effects on young people have been exacerbated by the pandemic response of “educating by isolating.” Relegated to their bedrooms, basements, kitchens, and college dorms, most socially distanced students were FORCED to stare at their screens from March 2020 until May/June 2021. This extended time of keeping students from physically interacting with peers and teachers has resulted in a mental health crisis we will be feeling for a very long time. After 15 months of semi-seclusion, missed social opportunities, and... Read more →


HELP WANTED: NJMVC Implements Federal Waiver to Address School Bus Driver Shortage

Parts of Test Waived to Help Increase Number of Drivers TRENTON – Effective January 7 through March 31, 2022, New Jersey applicants for school bus driver licensing will not be required to take the “under-the-hood” portion of the exam. All other components of the written and skills test will remain. This reflects a waiver issued earlier this week by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to alleviate a critical shortage of school bus drivers nationwide, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. School bus driver license applicants will still be required to pass all of the safety elements... Read more →


Moorestown PD Hiring School Crossing Guards

The Police Dept.is hiring school crossing guards. Please contact 856-914-3035 or svandy@moorestownpd.com for info The Moorestown Police Dept. is accepting applications for school crossing guards for the 2021-2022 school year. Crossing guards generally work two hours per day, one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon. Training will be provided for successful candidates with pay currently $20 per hour. Please contact the office of the Chief of Police at (856)914-3035 or by email to svandy@moorestownpd.com if you would like to apply or for additional information. Address/Location Township of Moorestown Police Department 1245 N Church St Moorestown, NJ... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Silent No More...The Left Loses Its Monopoly on Narrative Setting

By Marc Ang Americans are finally getting hip to the mass manipulation by the media. I watched as the media did it’s best to make January 6th a “thing”. But having just taken a road trip across the country, the rank and file voter says otherwise. A recent CBS poll also confirms that a vast majority of Americans do not believe that this was an “insurrection” and are a lot less hyperbolic about it than talking heads on liberal cable shows or the Beltway media. https://www.gloucestercitynews.net (Est. 2006) Perhaps what fascinated me the most was the blatant statements many regular... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Local Students Earn President's List Honors at Shenandoah University WINCHESTER, VA (01/07/2022)-- Shenandoah celebrates the 428 students who made the President's List for the Fall 2021 semester. Students who achieved this prestigious academic recognition attained a grade point average of at least 3.90. Isabelle Howley of Burlington (08016) Gabriella Raspanti of Sewell (08080) Shenandoah University was established in 1875, and is headquartered in Winchester, Virginia, with additional educational sites in Clarke, Fairfax and Loudoun counties. Shenandoah is a private, nationally recognized university that blends professional career experiences with liberal education. With nearly 4,000 students in more than 200+ areas of... Read more →


Theft of National Register of Historic Places Bronze Plaque- St. John's Church

Gloucester Township Police Crime Stoppers: Between Christmas Day 2021 and Sunday, January 2, 2022, an unknown suspect stole the pictured plaque from the retaining wall out front of St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church on the Old Black Horse Pike in the Hilltop Section of Gloucester Township, New Jersey. The plaque, which has been on display since 1980, is made of bronze and contains the wording "National Register of Historic Places" in large lettering, with smaller lettering above and below it, as seen in the photo. If you have any information contact the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500, or... Read more →


Motorist from Mt. Holly Charged in Death of Pedestrian; Also Charged for Leaving Scene of an Accident

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Holly Township Police Chief Richard Spitler announced that a 41-year-old Mount Holly resident has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failing to seek medical treatment for an injured person after fatally striking a woman with his pickup truck in October 2020. Angel Carrion, of Blue Jay Lane, was taken into custody on January 6 by officers from the Mount Holly Township Police Department. He was lodged in the Burlington County Jail and released following the first appearance in Superior Court. The criminal charges against Carrion include Leaving the Scene... Read more →


CNB TRAFFIC ALERT: Route 42 northbound shoulder closures as bridge replacement project begins in Camden County

Closures necessary for tree clearing operation (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced daytime shoulder closures on Route 42 northbound as a bridge replacement project begins in Gloucester Township, Camden County. Beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, January 10 until 3:30 p.m., and continuing daily Monday through Friday for approximately one month, NJDOT’s contractor, South State Inc., is scheduled to close the shoulder on Route 42 northbound over Blackwood Railroad Trail near Exit 9B/Old Black Horse Pike in Gloucester Township. This will allow the contractor to complete tree clearing work. Following completion of tree clearing work on... Read more →