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March 2022

Gov. Phil Murphy Test Positive for COVID-19

By T.A. DeFeo | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square)(March 31, 2022)-– New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has tested positive for COVID-19 but is “asymptomatic and feeling well,” his office said Thursday afternoon. Murphy, a Democrat, on Thursday took a rapid antigen test “as part of a regularly-scheduled testing regime,” Communications Director Mahen Gunaratna said in a statement. After it returned positive, the governor took a PCR test, which was also positive. “The contact tracing process has begun to notify everyone who may have come into contact with the governor during the potential infection window,” Gunaratna said. “Per CDC... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Capture Serial Shoplifting Couple

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (March 31, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--On Friday, March 25, 2022, at 03:26 PM, Gloucester Township Police Department Retail Theft Detectives were advised by Target Store Security that a serial shoplifting duo who previously hit several retail stores in the Camden / Gloucester / Burlington County areas were actively shoplifting at the Gloucester Township Target Store. Officers were dispatched to the Target Store on Berlin-Cross Keys Road to intercept the suspects. https://www.gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Retail Theft Detective provided updates by radio to arriving officers that the male suspect dropped all of the merchandise at the Target entrance and ran towards an... Read more →


Be prepared. Be connected. PATCO provides transit-related alerts and advisories by text message (SMS) to registered mobile devices. The alert system is powered by Everbridge, a recognized leader in mass notification systems and allows PATCO to provide alerts and advisories in a reliable manner. Enroll Now! To register your mobile device to receive alerts and advisories in one or more of the listed KEYWORD categories from the menu below, take the following steps: Select the KEYWORD category of alerts & advisories you want to receive. Text the name of the KEYWORD category to 888777. You will receive a response text... Read more →

58-Year-Old Trenton Man Convicted of Robbing Nearly $7,000 from Bordentown City Bank

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Superior Court jury deliberated less than two hours before convicting a 58-year-old Trenton man of robbing a Bordentown City bank of nearly $7,000 in January 2020. George T. Rodgers, of Jarvis Place, was found guilty yesterday of one count of Robbery (Second Degree). The Hon. Gerard H. Breland, J.S.C., scheduled sentencing for May 27. Rodgers has been lodged in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly since being taken into custody just hours after holding up the bank. The investigation began around noon on January 14, 2020, after officers were dispatched to... Read more →

Consumer Tips: Buying a Lawmower

(NAPSI)—More time spent at home is prompting homeowners across America to improve their property’s curb appeal. With an increased focus on their yards, many individuals are looking to upgrade their old lawn mowers to something newer and equipped with more features. Zero-turn mowers, for example, are designed to ensure a picture-perfect cut with every mow. But with various options to choose from, the process can sometimes feel overwhelming. When researching which zero-turn mower is right for your property, consider the following: Where will you purchase your mower? A good starting point is a local outdoor power equipment dealer. Dealers are... Read more →


PUBLIC NOTICE Federal Emergency Management Agency In accordance with 44 CFR §9.8 for Executive Orders 11988 & 11990 Proposed Security Enhancements Camden NJ Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Philadelphia County, PA and Camden County, NJ Notification is hereby given to the public of the intent of the Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS-FEMA) to provide federal funding to the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) as the recipient for the proposed security enhancement of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, which connects the City of Philadelphia, PA to the City of Camden, NJ over the Delaware River. Funding will be provided through the... Read more →

Voorhees Police Department Initiating #9PM Routine

The Voorhees Police Department will be initiating our #9PM routine. The #9PM routine is a nightly reminder to residents to remove valuables from their vehicles, lock their vehicle doors, lock the doors to their residences, turn on exterior lights and activate all alarms and security systems. For the next couple of weeks we will send out a nightly reminder ‪to lock up your vehicle and homes. We ask residents to set a nightly reminder on their smartphones or other devices that will remind them to follow the #9PM routine. We also encourage you to share this routine with your neighbors... Read more →

The best representatives of MMORPG games – Top 5

MMORPGs are one of those game types that you can't just play for a few days. Many people play MMORPGs for months or even years, performing tasks and leveling up their characters. As a rule, for such a game to entice a player in the long run, developers must put in a lot of effort and pay close attention to both the gameplay and the design of locales. MMORPG games have long been one of the gaming industry's foundations, with many intriguing projects to discuss today. Check out these five games that are among the greatest examples of the MMORPG... Read more →

Haddonfield Welcomes Revolutionary War Reenactment in June

The Skirmish Brings South Jersey’s Colonial History to Life in Day-Long Event Haddonfield, NJ (March 29, 2022) – After a two-year hiatus, Haddonfield’s popular revolutionary war reenactment will return in June 2022. The Skirmish brings history books to life with a day of Revolutionary War soldiers, horses, clashes between colonists and redcoats, family friendly programming, music, and important moments from South Jersey and Haddonfield’s history in the founding of the U.S. On Saturday, June 4, 2022, the British will invade Haddonfield and be challenged by Continental troops, just as they did 244 years ago -- in June 1778. Redcoats on... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Investigating Theft of Purse at Timber Creek Dog Park

The pictured female suspect was captured on several surveillance cameras at Deptford Mall utilizing credit cards that were stolen one hour earlier from the Timber Creek Dog Park on Sunday, March 13, 2022. The suspect was captured by camera arriving and leaving the Deptford Mall as a rear passenger of the pictured dark SUV, possibly along with two or three other suspects. Through investigation, the suspect(s) utilized the victim’s credit cards to purchase several gift certificates at three Deptford Mall Stores totaling $3,800.00, and attempted to purchase $883.00 of gift cards in Mt. Ephraim but the purchase was declined. Detectives... Read more →

St. Katharine Drexel, The Saint, who founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament

How a saint became part of the U.S. tax code By Catholic News Service - March 29, 2022 0 310 This likeness of St. Katharine Drexel is seen at the Katharine Drexel Shrine in Bensalem, Pa. The saint, who founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, helped lobby Congress in 1924 to make an federal income tax deduction for charitable giving part of the U.S. tax code. (CNS photo/The Crosiers) By Tim Swift, Catholic News Service This tax season, Americans have an unexpected figure to thank for one of their most-used deductions. She wasn’t an accountant, a lawyer or even... Read more →

Rowan Over Penn State Harrisburg 12-10

GLASSBORO, NJ – Anthony Schooley and Chris Curcio each hit home runs to help pace #7 Rowan (12-4) to a 12-10 win over Penn State Harrisburg, in a game that was shortened to eight innings because of darkness. Curcio hit a three-run home run in the first inning as the Profs took an early 6-2 lead. Schooley pushed Rowan ahead for good in the fifth inning, with his three-run blast as the Profs gained a 10-7 lead. Schooley went 2-for-3 on the day with two runs and four RBI, while Ryan Murphy went 3-for-5 with two runs scored. Jason O’Neill... Read more →

NJ State Police Continue Investigation of January's 1-76 Homicide in Mount Ephraim

Seeking Public's Assistance with I-76 Homicide Investigation MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ (March 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)The New Jersey State Police released the following statement and photos yesterday on the I-76 homicide in the borough of Mount Ephraim in January. On January 24, at approximately 10:32 p.m., troopers from Troop “A” Bellmawr Station responded to a single vehicle crash on Interstate 76 eastbound at milepost 4. When troopers arrived, they discovered the driver of a black 2004 Mercedes Benz 500, identified as Louis E. Ciccanti Jr. had been shot and killed. Preliminary investigation revealed that the victim and an unidentified black sedan vehicle were... Read more →

Rowan Sweeps Haverford in Double Header

GLASSBORO, NJ -- #19 Rowan powered its way to a DH sweep of Haverford in the Profs' home opener on a chilly Wednesday. Game one saw a late home run break a tie for a 4-1 win while a five-run sixth keyed an 8-2 victory in game two. Payton MacNair's three-run homer in the fifth was the difference while Emily August (7-3) struck out five on just four hits and a run in the first game. Rowan plated a run in the first when McKenzie Melvin raced home from third when an errant throw down to second to try and... Read more →

Janet L. Waibel, age 75, Longtime Resident of Westmont,

Janet L. Waibel passed away on March 28, 2022 at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Camden, NJ. A longtime resident of Westmont, NJ she was 75 years old. Janet was the beloved daughter of the late Harry and Catherine Waibel, Sr. Dear sister of the late Harry Waibel, Jr. (Theresa). Loving aunt of Nancy Freeland, Eric (Jennifer) Waibel and Jennifer Waibel. She is also survived by great nieces and nephew: Ashley, Nicole, Natalie, Erica and Jimmy; great-great nephew, Dajon, great-great niece, Cecily, her aunt, Beauty, cousins: Cindy White, Sue Hartman and James White and her dog, Cinder. Janet was... Read more →


Remembering Vietnam: The Story Behind 'The Wall'

MARCH 28, 2022 | BY KATIE LANGE, DOD NEWS It's been 56 years since the ground campaign of the Vietnam War began. It was a conflict that would drag on for a decade, take thousands of lives and forever change America’s mentality about war. Following the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident, the U.S. increased its military presence in South Vietnam. The first U.S. regular combat units arrived in Vietnam on March 8, 1965. When the conflict ended 10 years later, 58,220 of the 3 million Americans involved had lost their lives. The weary troops who returned faced a largely unwelcome... Read more →

Atlantic City Community Day Cleanup and Party in the Park

Stockton University and the City of Atlantic City will host the first citywide Atlantic City Community Day Cleanup and Party in the Park from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 23 (rain date April 24). The event, one of the highlights of Stockton’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2021-22, will bring together city residents, local employees, and Stockton students, faculty, staff, and alumni to work together and have fun. The day will start with a cleanup at each of the city’s six wards and the beach from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. All that work will be rewarded with a... Read more →

Tommy Shek - Five Benefits Of Investing Your Money In Real Estate

Many new investment opportunities have made their way into the financial world in the last few decades. But one name that has been on top throughout these years is real Estate. Real Estate is considered one of the safest investment options even in the current world of digital assets and cryptocurrencies. Many benefits come with purchasing and investing in real estate. These five benefits of investing in real Estate shared here are a great place to start: 1. Ultimate Options For Savings When you purchase an existing house and rent it out, you can save money each month. The balance... Read more →

How China’s government backing the Cryptocurrencies 

Throughout the most recent ten years, privately owned businesses in China have been driving the way in digitizing cash, including Tencent Holdings Ltd. What's more, Ant Group Co. Has set up various private installment organizations and energized cryptocurrency mining activities to speed up the worldwide bitcoin. Their rise denoted a defining moment in Chinese monetary history, set apart by forceful focal control. Things are fully recovering. "Over the most recent couple of long periods of this ascent of Internet innovation, privately owned businesses have gobbled up business sectors where controllers have falled behind," says He Yifan, organizer and CEO of... Read more →

The best representatives of MMORPG games – Top 5

MMORPGs are one of those game types that you can't just play for a few days. Many people play MMORPGs for months or even years, performing tasks and leveling up their characters. As a rule, for such a game to entice a player in the long run, developers must put in a lot of effort and pay close attention to both the gameplay and the design of locales. MMORPG games have long been one of the gaming industry's foundations, with many intriguing projects to discuss today. Check out these five games that are among the greatest examples of the MMORPG... Read more →

Volunteers Needed for Avalon Dune Grass Planting April 23

Avalon’s annual dune grass planting event will be held on Saturday, April 23rd. You are invited to come and enjoy a fun morning on the beach while making Avalon’s dune system stronger, healthier, and more resilient. Schools and organizations are invited to participate as well. Volunteers will meet at Avalon Community Hall at 30th Street and Avalon Avenue at 8:30am. A bagged light lunch will be offered to all volunteers. If you would like to participate, please call Sue Keen at (609) 967-5924 or Chuck McDonnell at (609) 967-3066 no later than April 11th. Read more →

CNB PET TIPS: Approved Tips For New Pet Parents

by Whitney Miller, DVM, MBA, DACVPM (NAPSI)—Whether you’ve just decided to welcome a new pet to your family or you’re in the throes of early pet parenthood, like all pet parents you may experience challenges along with the joy, cuteness and many other rewarding parts of having pets. Dog, cat, bird, fish, reptile or small pet, each animal that comes into your life has unique needs, from grooming and habitat to nutrition, exercise and enrichment. Here are a few veterinarian-approved tips to help navigate every step of the way—from preparation to “Gotcha Day,” early bonding, life stage transitions and beyond—and... Read more →

Worldwide Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

By Jennifer Mauro - March 25, 2022 On the day Pope Francis asked for the worldwide consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Father John Fisher, OSFS, shared messages of hope and action. Quoting from Saint Francis de Sales, he said, “Let the world turn upside down. Let everything be in darkness, in smoke, in uproar. God is with us.” That message, he said, “is the consolation we have to take in such tough times, whether it be in Ukraine, Russia or on our own streets, families or personal lives.” Photo Gallery: Consecration of Russia, Ukraine... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: New Alpha Lambda Delta Members

DOYLESTOWN, PA (03/29/2022)-- These students were inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society for students who have achieved an academic average of 3.5 or higher during their first year or term of higher education. Julia Balzer of Browns Mills, NJ, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta. Deirdre Rambo of Hammonton, NJ, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta. Emily Sadlon of Bordentown, NJ, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta. Zachary Underwood of Pine Hill, NJ, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta. Erin Wolf of Palmyra, NJ, was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta. Heather Bertino of Williamstown, NJ, was inducted... Read more →

Medal of Honor Recipient Marine Corps Sgt. Daniel Paul Matthews

Marine Corps Sgt. Daniel Paul Matthews hadn't been in Korea long when his division was called in to help fight one of the fiercest battles of the war. The young sergeant died saving his comrades while helping them achieve their objective. For his sacrifice, he earned the Medal of Honor. Matthews was born on Dec. 31, 1931, in the Van Nuys neighborhood of Los Angeles. His parents were William and Nettie, and he had six siblings: three sisters and three brothers, one of whom was his twin. Matthews ran track and played football for Van Nuys High School before dropping... Read more →

Details about spice dao and the dune nft

Throughout the end of the week, Spice DAO was commending its excellent arrangement to deliver NFTs in light of an intriguing book specifying the bombed variation of producer Alejandro Judorowski's Frank Herbert's awe-inspiring sci-fi novel Dune, In November, they accepted their duplicate at the Christie's closeout for 2.66 million euros (a little more than 3 3 million). It was recorded at 25,000-€ 35,000, so the DAO paid multiple times more than assessed. If you want to know more about the depth related spice dao and the dune nft then visit here. The gathering erroneously felt that the buy included getting... Read more →

Sage Conwell Russell, III, 75, of Gloucester City; Retired Camden City Employee, Active in Boy Scouts, Navy Veteran

Gloucester City – On March 26, 2022. Age 75. Loving husband of 40 years to Linda A. Russell (nee Alfred). Beloved father of Michele Snyder (Jay), Sage IV (Sara), Beth Russell (Mike B.). Cherished grandfather of James, Erin, Jacob, Mason, Sage V and Koa. Beloved brother of Lorraine, Nora and Sandra and brother-in-law of Patricia. Sage Conwell Russell, III Sage was born in Camden, NJ to the late Sage C. Russell, Jr. and Nora M. (nee Olsen). He was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden, class of 1966. Sage was a member of the US Naval Sea... Read more →

NJ Politics: Ian Smith Campaign Wants Body Cam Video Released Immediately

Bodycam footage will show Ian Smith passed a field sobriety test DELANCO – Following published reports that Ian Smith, Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s Third Congressional District, was charged with DUI the campaign is calling on the Cinnaminson police department to immediately release all video of the incident. “Being charged with an offense and actually committing an offense are two entirely different things. Ian Smith was not driving drunk. Ian Smith is innocent,” Ian Smith campaign consultant Steve Kush said. “Body cam footage will show Ian passed a field sobriety test. The Cinnaminson police department should immediately release... Read more →

Delaware River Port Authority Appoints New Chief Security/Safety Officer and Chief of Police

Police veterans, Robert Finnegan (pictured on left) and Chief Edward Cobbs, bring a combined 58 years of law enforcement experience to DRPA as it creates new and innovative ways to keep people connected safely (March 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)The Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) Board of Commissioners today appointed Captain Robert J. Finnegan, Sr., a 30-year veteran of the DRPA Police Department, to serve as Chief Security/Safety Officer and Captain Edward W. Cobbs, Jr., a 28-year veteran of the department, to serve as Chief of Police. As Chief Security/Safety Officer, Finnegan will manage the Authority’s strategic planning efforts related to security and... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ-(March 29, 2022)--It looks as though we're in for another municipal (city) tax increase. Are we shocked? I doubt it. I found something, actually several somethings, that should shock every taxpayer, though. I'm finishing work on my cousin's estate and before closing it I thought I would check the state database for unclaimed property. The good news is I found $68 I didn't know I had and $2,100 I didn't know my cousin had and then...I looked into Gloucester City. Here is where we might be shocked and angry. Why are our politicians... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Tell the FTC to Lower Drug Costs by Examining PBM Business Practices

graphic courtesy of AMAC By AMAC Action AMAC Action is excited to announce a significant initiative for our members and friends. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is asking for comments concerning the business practices of pharmacy benefit managers (PBM). This is a significant development given that many Americans are familiar with PBM entities like, CVS Caremark, Optum Rx, and Express Scripts, but know very little about how they operate. AMAC Action has been calling for PBM business transparency for 4 years to expose the legal “safe harbor” that exists for these organizations. This safe harbor allows pharmacy benefit managers to... Read more →

Help Document Bird Species at Delaware Reserves

Citizen Science Project at Blackbird Creek and St. Jones Runs Through 2022 The Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) is encouraging visitors to help with a data collection project by documenting the species of birds they see while visiting the Blackbird Creek and St. Jones reserves. The year-long project will help create a snapshot of the birds that visit the lands within DNERR’s boundaries, and will help provide input for conservation plans, land stewardship and restoration efforts. The Bald Eagle, Red-Shouldered Hawk, Clapper Rail and tree swallows are among the birds that have been spotted by volunteers so far this... Read more →

Adopt today at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter Lots of Pets Available

(Clayton, NJ)—The Gloucester County Animal Shelter’s kennel is full of animals looking for their forever homes! “We have a lot of dogs at the shelter patiently waiting for homes. There’s a match for everyone,” said Director Frank J. DiMarco. “We are committed to finding each animal their perfect home. We will always prioritize the well-being of the animals when finding their forever families.” Director Frank J. DiMarco is the liaison to the shelter and would like to remind residents that adoption fees remain only $35.00 for dogs and cats 5 years and younger. Fees for animals 6 years and older... Read more →


Police Officer Christopher Gibson Dallas Police Department, TX EOW: Sunday, January 2, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Deportation Officer William Hayes United States Department of Homeland Security - Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations, US EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Trooper John Sumter Horton North Carolina Highway Patrol, NC EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: Struck by vehicle Deputy Sheriff Bryan Vannatta Curry County Sheriff's Office, NM EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Bart Lane Arnold Enid Police Department, OK EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Jesus "Chuy" Lara... Read more →

CNB CONSUMER ALERT: Cybersecurity advice to protect your connected devices and accounts

By Alvaro Puig March 23, 2022 For so many of us, cell phones and computers are embedded in our personal and professional lives. We talk and text, we browse the web, we watch, and we create. Our devices store a lot of personal information, so it’s a good idea to take a few minutes to make sure your computer, phone, and other connected devices are protected. Update your software Software developers release updates — to software, operating systems, and internet browsers — to patch vulnerabilities before attackers can exploit them. Some programs are pre-set to update automatically. Check your settings... Read more →

NYC's In-School COVID Testing Program Cost $30 Million a Month, Is It Still Worth The Cost?

Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files Alex Zimmerman, Chalkbeat New York Mar 22, 2:17pm EDT As New York City peels back virus safety measures in schools, including mask mandates and social distancing guidelines, one tool remains in place: its in-school COVID testing program that swabs a slice of each school community every week. But that program comes at a significant cost, roughly $30 million a month on average, Chalkbeat has learned, raising questions among some public health experts about whether it is the best use of resources to protect school communities from the coronavirus. Some epidemiologists said the current level of surveillance testing... Read more →

Patricia K. Fenton (nee Karwacki), of Mt. Ephraim

Patricia K. Fenton (nee Karwacki), on March 26, 2022, of Mt. Ephraim; formerly of the Fairview section of Camden. Age 62. Beloved wife of the late William A. Fenton. Devoted mother of Jennifer Fenton (Stephanie/Julie), William Fenton (Erin), and James Fenton (Camille). Loving grandmother of Parker, Connor, Krista, Aiden, Gianna, and Baby Boy Fenton. Dear daughter of Joseph Karwacki and the late Patricia (nee Knedeison) and sister of Joseph (Jeff), Michele, George, James (Christina), Stacey (Charles, Sr.), Steven (Debbie), and Scott. Daughter-in-law of Mary Lee Fenton. Sister-in-law of Jim Fenton. Also survived by many nieces and nephews and great nieces... Read more →

NFL-ILA Point of View: Pro-Gun Members of Congress Want Answers

from ATF Demand Answers from ATF on Mass Suppressor Application Denials MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2022 SUPPORT NRA-ILA Recently, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) – under the direction of Joe Biden and Merrick Garland – has been on a tear of upsetting settled understandings and changing enforcement policies. But pro-gun members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives have taken note and are now demanding answers of their own. Gun owners by now are used to the drill, although it never gets more justifiable or legitimate. An anti-gun White House and attorney general assume control,... Read more →

ProPublica Series: St. Jude’s Unspent Billions

St. Jude Fights Donors’ Families in Court for Share of Estates by David Armstrong and Ryan Gabrielson ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Behind the Hospital’s Claims to Donors Most Americans know St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through television advertisements featuring Hollywood celebrities asking for contributions or the millions of fundraising appeals that regularly arrive in mailboxes across the country. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files But a select group of potential donors is targeted in a more intimate way. Representatives of the hospital’s fundraising arm... Read more →

Beard Oil: How To Grow A Beard Faster Using Beard Oil

Beard oil is one of the most popular products for men who want to grow a beard faster. Many men find that using beard oil helps their beard to grow thicker and fuller. There are a few things you need to know about how to use beard oil properly so that you can get the best results. What are the benefits of using beard oil? Beard oil is a great way to keep your beard looking healthy and groomed. It can help to tame frizzy hair, keep the beard moisturized, and make it look shiny and groomed. There are many... Read more →

CNB TRAFFIC ALERT: I-76 and I-295 lane, ramp closures tonight and tomorrow night in Bellmawr

Closures necessary for barrier replacement and preparation for girder removal (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-76 eastbound ramp to I-295 southbound will be closed tonight and I-295 northbound ramp to I-276 westbound will be closed tonight and tomorrow night as the Browning Road Bridge demolition continues in Bellmawr, Camden County. I-76 eastbound Exit 1A Closure NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-76 eastbound left lane before the Browning Road Bridge and the Exit 1A ramp to I-295 southbound beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Monday, March 28 until 6 a.m.... Read more →

List of Casinos Not On Gamstop to Earn Money and Have Fun

It is no secret that many users like to play online casino slots. They provide people with a 2-in-1 option. They may play for fun and entertainment and simultaneously earn money. Some lucky and smart ones may earn really huge sums. Therefore, online casinos and companies that represent them are of high popularity. Nonetheless, sometimes your access is limited. It is always better to select casinos not on GamStop. Gamcare, UKGC, and other associations have developed a special initiative called Gamstop. It limits access of gamers to certain games, as well as controls the time they spend playing. What are... Read more →

Discover Some Great Advantages of Invisalign Aligners 

If you want to improve your facial appearance while boosting overall mouth hygiene in 2022, you need to focus on orthodontic treatment. Speaking of orthodontic treatment, nothing is as great and effective as Invisalign. The modern Invisalign technology is capable of fixing your damaged or broken tooth with removable plastic appliances. Unlike the old-school orthodontic treatment like the fixed braces, the Invisalign treatment comes with many benefits. From convenience and comfort to health benefits, the Invisalign treatment is great. Additionally, the Invisalign trays are almost invisible. Therefore, they will undoubtedly be considered as one of the most attractive propositions for... Read more →

What are the Most Common Cosmetic Procedures by Top Plastic Surgeon in Singapore?

Plastic surgery is no longer looked upon as something unconventional or unusual. It has become extremely common these days with more than 18 million people undergoing some or other cosmetic procedures in the United States alone. Also, the purpose of plastic surgery is not limited to improving the physical appearance of a person but also boosting his/her well-being by helping him/her overcome certain bodily issues. Today, both men and women have several plastic surgery options to avail themselves of. With centers like www.wcongplasticsurgery.com.sg conducting various cosmetic procedures on daily basis, it is essential to know about some of the most... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: U.S. schools are flush with cash, but struggling to spend it on schedule

Matt Barnum, Chalkbeat It seems like a balanced equation: Schools need a lot of help, but they also have record sums of federal money to spend. CNBNews graphic file If only it were that simple. Across the country, schools are struggling to spend their COVID relief dollars as quickly as planned. Their efforts are running up against a national labor shortage and supply chain issues, which are making it difficult to do things like hire tutors or renovate dilapidated buildings. “We’ve got money we’d like to spend if we can get the personnel to be able to do so,” said... Read more →

Anna V. Wright, age 87, of Audubon

On March 17, 2022. Age 87 of Audubon, NJ. Born in Clifton Heights, PA she was the daughter of the late, Thomas F. and Lydia (Morrow) Ernst. She is survived by her loving daughters, Sharon Ann Lewin, Robin L. Battersby; sister, Edna Mae Hoffman; many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Anna was predeceased by her husbands, Charles W. Wright and William J. McDonald. Burial will be private at the family’s convenience. There will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME:851 Monmouth Street,... Read more →

CNB Delaware News: DuPont Nature Center to Reopen April 2

Health Protocols in Place for Guest Safety The DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve will welcome visitors again when it reopens for the season Saturday, April 2, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Controlannounced today. The facility will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from April through September on the following days: April: Wednesdays and Saturdays only (closed Easter weekend) May: Tuesday through Sunday (closed on Mondays) June-July-August: Tuesday through Saturday (closed Sunday and Monday) September: Wednesdays and Saturdays only Visitors of kindergarten age and older will be required to wear a face covering while... Read more →

CNB Entertainment: Red Bank Battlefield Spring Festival coming this April

(National Park, NJ)- Step back in time for a day of history and family fun at the annual Red Bank Battlefield Spring Festival on Saturday, April 9 from noon until 4 p.m. The event is free for all to attend. Director Frank J. DiMarco said, “The annual Spring Festival is a great way to enjoy springtime in Gloucester County. There’s something for everyone to enjoy at the event, from games and crafts for children, a petting zoo, and colonial demonstrations to food and unique vendors.” Colonial demonstrations include labor-saving inventions, candle-making, military life, magic shows at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m.,... Read more →

Jean Tier, of Audubon, age 92

Shirley Jean Tier (nee Brown Chambers) of Audubon, NJ, formerly of Fairview, passed away peacefully on March 20, 2022 surrounded by her loving family. She was 92 years old. She was predeceased by her parents, George and Florence Chambers. She was the beloved wife of the late James Donald Tier. She was also predeceased by her brother Larry Brown (Pat). She was the devoted mother of Donna Jean Tier and cherished grandmother of Christopher James Crean (Kat Christodolou). Dear aunt of Lauri Kuder, Vicki Hewitt, Paula Jones, Joe Tier (Julie), Gigi Shough and Kathy Haines. She is also survived by... Read more →