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April 2022

Easter Food Baskets for the Needy in Gloucester County

Gloucester County Commissioner DeSilvio and NJ Senator Durr volunteered at Angels Community Outreach in Pitman and delivered Easter food care packages, tulips, and baskets to families in need throughout Gloucester County. This organization’s mission is to give a hand UP to those in need. They accomplish this by providing clothing toiletries, food, and more at no cost to those financially in need. For more information or to volunteer, visit Read more →

Man Missing from Singapore Cargo Ship, Coast Guard Searching Delaware River in Vicinity of Central Waterfront

Coast Guard searching for person in the water in Delaware River PHILADELPHIA — The Coast Guard is currently searching for a 30-year-old man in the Delaware River in the vicinity of Central Waterfront, Saturday. A 29-foot Response Boat-Small II boatcrew from Coast Guard Station Philadelphia is currently searching. Watchstanders from Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay received a report from the master of the 590-foot Singapore-flagged bulk carrier Weco Josefine at approximately 7 a.m. that a crew member was no longer on the vessel. It was stated that the man was last accounted for on the cargo ship between 5:12 a.m and 6:30 a.m., after the vessel had already left the port. The individual is described as Asian nationality, 5 feet, 10 inches tall and 130 pounds. An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, New Jersey also searched the scene. The weather conditions are reportedly sunny... Read more →


Upon the 10-year anniversary of the adoption of the Master Plan for Central Delaware, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is thrilled to officially turn the newly completed 3-mile multimodal path over to the public for their leisure and enjoyment. Enjoy a Scenic Bike Ride Along the Delaware River Trail...Credit: Matt Stanley PHILADELPHIA, PA (April 29, 2022) – A major milestone in the Master Plan for Central Delaware, the highly anticipated Delaware River Trail (DRT) is complete and fully open for public use and enjoyment, transforming the way Philadelphians and visitors can access and benefit from everything that the Delaware River Waterfront has to offer including wonderful public spaces such as Penn Treaty Park, Race Street Pier, Cherry Street Pier, Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest and Winterfest, Spruce Street Harbor Park, Washington Avenue Pier, and Pier 68. “Citizens who participated in the 2012 Master Plan for Central Delaware were very clear: they... Read more →

Camden County Derby Wine Festival May 7

Get Your Tickets Today for the Down & Derby Wine Festival on May 7th! Just a week away. Get a Chance to Sample Wines from South Jersey's Best Wineries Join us on Saturday, May 7th on Veterans Island at Cooper River Park to sample delicious wines from South Jersey’s leading wine producers. This year there will be a larger festival site with extra space to enjoy the wine tasting! More food options to try and plenty of games for entertainment. Tickets are limited, so make sure you get yours today! Click Here for more information and tickets. Sample Wines from the Best in South Jersey All While Wearing Your Best Derby Attire Have a chance to sample some of the best wineries in South Jersey, all in one spot. Featured Wineries: Amalthea Cellars Auburn Road Vineyards Cedar Rose Vineyards Salem Oak Winery Sharrott Winery Tomasello Winery Valenzano Winery Villari Vineyards... Read more →


PHILANTHROPY WEEK 2022: GRAND TOTAL ANNOUNCED! THANK YOU GCHS! WE DID IT!!!! Gloucester Catholic is proud to announce our GRAND TOTAL of $222,379.77 raised during the Philanthropy Week 2022 Campaign! As of Wednesday, April 27, 2022, our alumni and friends helped us reach the following milestones in this historic campaign: * 454 Total Gifts * Total Amount -- $222,379.77 in gifts and pledges, which represents * $22,379.77 over our goal of $200,000! The Gloucester Catholic Family thanks all who have reached out with donations. The RAM SPIRIT is truly alive! The final Class Rankings for the total number of donations by Class are also being announced (see chart). The WINNER is the Class of 1972, followed closely by the Classes of 1966, 1997, and 2002. Congratulations and thank you again for your support!!! Gloucester Catholic Leadership Gifts! We also would like to thank all 15 donors who made Leadership Gifts... Read more →

NJ Primary: Will A Constitutional Conservative Emerge Victorious In SJ's Upcoming Republican Primary?

With a little over a month to go until the primary election (scheduled for June 7th) in NJ’s Congressional District 2, and mail-in ballots ready to be received soon, voters will decide if they will be represented by a Constitutional Conservative. Incumbent Jeff Van Drew is facing two direct challenges from John Barker and Sean Pignatelli. graphic file "Jeff Van Drew was elected to represent conservative values and he hasn't done that at all. I'm running as the only true Constitutional Conservative." Said Cumberland County Resident Sean Pignatelli who is challenging Van Drew in the Republican primary. Pignatelli says Van Drew's voting record (which can be found here: reveals that during the 116th Congress, Van Drew voted a total of 122 times in agreeance with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (the U.S. representative for New York's 14th congressional district and a member of Democratic Socialists of America). Pignatelli also says that... Read more →

Look Ahead America Says Pennsylvania Report Delegitimizes Biden’s Presidency 

Washington, DC (April 28, 2022)--– Look Ahead America (LAA) has finally released the long-awaited Pennsylvania Report today. Using publicly available data, the report shows conclusively that not only did the number of illegally ballots in Pennsylvania determine the outcome of the presidential election, but also the state treasurer election. This report, combined with LAA’s Georgia and Wisconsin Reports that reached the same conclusion, now puts the outcome of the 2020 General Election into question beyond a reasonable doubt. Matt Braynard, LAA’s Executive Director, made the following statement: Despite being a new and nimble organization with a limited budget, we have now conclusively determined that illegal ballots were determinative in the outcome of the US Presidential election. The states of Georgia, Wisconsin, and now Pennsylvania combined constitute forty-six electoral votes—more than enough to have swung the election. Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research, made the following statement: This research establishes that... Read more →

10 Bad Poker Habits You Need to Stop Right Now

You know that poker isn’t just fun and games, right? You’re not just sitting around playing cards with your friends; you’re trying to win money in your game! And you know that there are some habits that help you do better and some habits that don’t. But many poker players don’t realize that their own habits sometimes hurt their ability to win money at the table. Here are 10 bad poker habits by Toronto Poker Syndicate that you need to stop right now if you want to improve your play and win more money playing poker online. Taking only one long shot each session Taking one big shot in a poker session is okay, but not if it’s your only bet for a few hours. Taking several small and safe bets during a session is much more profitable than taking one big risk (and losing). The same can be said... Read more →

Beef and Beer Benefit to Help Hammonton Volunteer Fireman Domenick Digiovannangelo

Hammonton, NJ - For the last 22 years Domenick DiGiovannangelo has been serving the community as a volunteer firefighter with the Hammonton Fire Department and the Independent Vol. Fire Co. 2. In addition to his time served with Hammonton, Domenick previously served 15 years with the Winslow Township Fire Department’s Elm Fire Company. Besides serving as a senior firefighter and mentor to many of the younger members, Domenick is currently serving as Assistant Chief of the Hammonton Fire Department. Earlier this year Domenick was diagnosed with end-stage heart failure and a cancerous tumor for which he is currently undergoing aggressive treatment. Immediate care will involve the implantation of an LVAD (Left Ventricular Assist Device) and targeted radiation. A heart transplant will occur in the near future after his cancer recovery. As you can imagine this has taken a financial toll on Domenick and his family. His brother firefighters from Hammonton... Read more →

Gloucester City PD Thanks Good Samaritans

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 29, 2022)--Lt. Jason Flood, Gloucester City Police Department spokesman, released a statement today thanking the Good Samaritans who aided the police in yesterday's rescue of a woman who drove her car off of Freedom Pier, King and Cumberland Sts., into the Delaware River. During the water rescue on April 28, 2022, (3) Good Samaritans helped load the female onto their boat and transported the female and officers to the floating dock of the North Wind Schooner. We would like to recognize these men for their actions: Michael Natrin (Oxford, PA), Stratis Tiniakos (Egg Harbor Township, NJ), and Gene Blemmings (Deptford, NJ). Without their help, we would not have been able to remove the female from the water in such an expeditious manner and render life-saving treatment. Additionally, we would like to recognize William Evans (Thorofare, NJ). Mr. Evans transported Detective Sergeant Depoder, Officer Sean Gartland, and... Read more →

Over 20 NJ School Districts to Close on Diwali

23 NJ school districts to close on Diwali in 2022: Hindus call for Diwali holiday in all NJ schools Welcoming 23 New Jersey public school districts closing schools on Diwali this year, Hindus are urging all public school districts and private-charter-independent schools in the state to close on their most popular festival Diwali. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, said that it was simply not fair with Hindu pupils of most of the New Jersey schools, as they had to be at school on their most popular festival while there were holidays to commemorate festivals of other religions. Diwali falls on October 24 this year; and 2022-2023 calendars of Bernards Township, Bridgewater-Raritan Regional, Central Bucks, Cherry Hill, Clifton, East Brunswick, Edison Township, Fair Lawn, Glen Rock, Hillsborough Township, Hopewell Valley Regional, Livingston, Marlboro Township, Millburn Township, Monroe Township, Montgomery Township, Paramus, Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, Piscataway Township,... Read more →

The Person Killed in Edgewater Park was Sameil M. Barrett

Identity Released of Man Slain in Yesterday’s Edgewater Park Shooting Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Edgewater Park Township Police Department Chief Brett Evans announced that the man who was killed in last night’s shooting in the 200 block of Ivy Road in Edgewater Park Township has been identified as a 23-year-old Willingboro resident. Sameil M. Barrett was fatally shot yesterday while sitting inside a parked car at approximately 6:30 p.m. A 21-year-old woman who was in the car with Barrett was also struck by gunfire. She remains hospitalized, but is expected to survive. The preliminary investigation revealed that two gunmen wearing hooded sweatshirts and masks approached the vehicle and fired several shots before fleeing on foot in opposite directions. The victims were the only occupants of the vehicle. No arrests have been made. Anyone with information concerning this shooting that would be helpful to investigators is asked to call... Read more →

Ocean Casino-Resort Releases Summer Entertainment Lineup

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (April 29, 2022)--If you’re looking to fill your calendar with some amazing live music performances this summer, look no further than the happenings at Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City. The resort’s day/nightclub, HQ2 Beachclub, is hosting the likes of Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Cheat Codes, and more this summer and you won’t want to miss it! More details are below: Inside the Ocean Casino and Resort Kick-off your summer the right way with a Memorial Day Weekend performance from Cheat Codes! The Los Angeles-based trio will be taking the stage on Saturday, May 28 at 11 am and will be performing some of their hottest hits. Keep the momentum going mid-summer with a performance by international icon Tiesto! The GRAMMY Award-winning DJ will be performing some of his most popular party anthems on Saturday, June 25 at 11 am. Need 4th of July Weekend plans? Mark your... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: April a Great Month for Anglers

By Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Reza Karimi was fishing Seneca Creek when he caught this trophy-sized rainbow trout. Photo courtesy of Reza Karimi April has been a wonderful month for fishing, especially for our put-and-take trout anglers. Maryland Department of Natural Resources staff have been out each week stocking trout waters around the state. The 2022 striped bass trophy season begins Sunday, May 1, and our Chesapeake Bay anglers will be out in force – be sure to check the DNR website for seasonal regulations in your area of the Bay. Forecast Summary: April 27 – May 3: Moderate and windy conditions will lead to warmer temperatures for the beginning of striped bass season, and for the shad run going on now and in the next couple of weeks in Maryland lower salinity waters. Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures have increased several degrees... Read more →

The Origin of Backgammon: The 5,000-Year-Old Board Game

Backgammon is one of the world’s oldest games, although it could be argued that it is not the most popular board game to have existed. Indeed, there have been a number of other board games to have been released over the years that will be synonymous with the market and will instantly be spoken about when an individual is asked to name one. Of course, there have been various different versions and updates to the classic game, though, including the availability of table online, thus giving players who wish to play the game on a digital platform the opportunity to do so and perhaps meet the needs of gamers today. Many of us use electronic devices in the modern era, which is why it could be argued that the online version was needed. Nonetheless, it would seem not many in the world would know the origins of this classic game,... Read more →

NJ Senator Edward Durr/Commissioner Christopher Konawel Visit Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County

Glassboro, NJ – Staff, Board Members, and volunteers at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County’s Glassboro location welcomed Senator Edward Durr and Commissioner Christopher Konawel on April 25, 2022, with a Club tour. They also got the chance to speak directly to the organization’s CEO, Patricia Withington, to learn more about the issues and challenges facing America’s youth today. “We were so grateful to welcome Senator Ed Durr and Commissioner Chris Konawel to our Glassboro Club location to discuss our out-of-school time programs.” said Patricia. “They took the time to listen to our Board, volunteers, and staff about the importance of Boys & Girls Clubs in Gloucester County and New Jersey as a whole. Our organization provides many resources and opportunities that any child in Gloucester County can benefit from. We’re thankful that Senator Durr and Commissioner Konawel came by to learn more about our role in the... Read more →

The Medical Society of NJ Hosts 2022 Annual Meeting in Camden City

First In-Person Meeting Since the COVID-19 Pandemic Lawrenceville, NJ – The Medical Society of New Jersey (MSNJ) will be hosting its 2022 Annual Meeting, entitled Rising Through The Pandemic, on Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7, 2022 in Camden, NJ. This unique, interactive conference is designed to connect and engage with New Jersey physicians and review the overall impact of the practice of medicine within the state. “This is the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic, we are able to gather together – physician members, staff and other healthcare professionals – for our educational, engaging annual meeting,” said Larry Downs, CEO of the Medical Society of New Jersey. “Our health care landscape has changed drastically in New Jersey over the past few years. This meeting allows us to look towards the future, while acknowledging the hard work and resiliency of our physician members, who have been on the frontlines... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: One veterans opinion, For Memorial Day and Military Appreciation Month

Let Us Never Forget Our Solemn Pledge We must believe in our ability to work together to solve our toughest problems. On Memorial Day, 1945, the war in Europe had ended but the fighting in the Pacific continued, Lt. Gen. Lucian Truscott voiced remarks at the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery at Nettuno, Italy. Turning his back on the assembled VIP’s he faced the rows upon rows of headstones and apologized to the 20,000 fallen Americans who had been laid to rest far from home. He was quoted as saying, “All over the world our soldiers sleep beneath the crosses. It is a challenge to us – all allied nations – to ensure that they do not and have not died in vain.” Fast forward to Memorial Day 2022, and the familiar voices of brothers in arms begin to call one another on the phone. People usually think of reconnecting with former... Read more →

“Merging Science and Safety: Addressing Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue,”

Acenda Institute of Health Innovation Announces Virtual Gun Violence Summit National Public Health Experts Join Statewide Leaders to Discuss Issues and Plan for Solutions GLASSBORO, NJ (April 28, 2022) – In light of the surge of gun violence across the nation which has become even more pervasive during the pandemic, Acenda Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI) is hosting a summit to shift the approach to gun violence to one of public health. The hybrid event, “Merging Science and Safety: Addressing Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue,” will bring together national public health experts, community stakeholders, health care providers, violence interventionists, and gun violence coalitions from different states, as well as local political leaders to discuss issues and solutions. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 10 from 9:30 a.m. - to 2:30 p.m. The general public, individuals and families affected by gun violence in their communities, community leaders, mental... Read more →

School Bus and Vehicle Collide in Gloucester Township; Both Drivers Injured

1400 block of Jarvis Road, Gloucester Township (image courtesy of Google Street Maps) GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Wednesday, April 27, 2022, at approximately 8:00 am, Gloucester Township Police responded to the 1400 block of Jarvis Road for a reported motor vehicle crash involving a school bus. Upon arrival, officers located a school bus and Toyota Camry disabled in the westbound lane as a result of a head-on collision. Lambs Terrace Fire Department and Inspira BLS/ALS responded to stabilize and treat both drivers and the single passenger of the bus. Initial investigation determined that the driver of the Camry suffered a medical emergency and crossed over the double yellow line and struck the school bus. The school bus was owned and operated by the West Berlin Bus Service and had one pre-teen child on board. The child was uninjured but their mother transported them to a local hospital for evaluation as a... Read more →

College Baseball: Rowan Over Stockton, Extends Winning Streak to 6, Improves Record to 27-6

GLASSBORO, NJ - Trip McCaffrey and Hunter Wroniuk each went 3-for-4 and Ryan Mostrangeli drove in three runs as Rowan fought back to score a 10-6 win over Stockton in NJAC baseball action today in windy conditions. Rowan extends its winning streak to six and improves to 27-6 on the year and 13-2 in the conference. Rowan scored six runs in the seventh inning to overcome a 6-4 deficit and earn the victory. Tyler Cannon, Chris Curcio and Patrick Defeciani each had RBI singles, while Mostrangeli delivered the big hit, with a three-run double. McCaffrey and Wroniuk each had two doubles in the game, while Curcio added three RBI for the Profs. Starter Eli Atiya went six innings and struck out three while Mike Shannon (5-1) earned the win for his 1.2 innings of work. Closer Christian Bascunan shut down Stockton in the ninth to secure the victory. Stockton (15-20-1... Read more →

Woman Drives Vehicle Off of Freedom Pier into Delaware River; Police, EMT, Firemen Respond to the Scene in Gloucester City

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ -Rescue personnel search the vehicle to see if anyone else was inside of it. The driver, a woman drove her vehicle off of Freedom Pier, King and Cumberland Sts., Gloucester City. She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. At this time her condition is not known. Also not known is how the accident happened. (Image courtesy of ) The driver of the vehicle jumped the curb and crashed through the iron fence before her vehicle fell into the Delaware River. A concrete barrier has been placed where the fence was broken. (CNBNews photo) GLOUCESTER CITY , NJ (April 28, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)—A woman drove her vehicle off of Freedom Pier, into the Delaware River today around 1 PM. It is not known at this time what caused the accident. Either is the condition of the woman, who was taken to a nearby hospital. Police Lt. Jason... Read more →

52 Fox Chase Doctors Named to Top Doc List for 2022

PHILADELPHIA (April 25, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)— Fifty-two Fox Chase Cancer Center physicians have been named to Philadelphia magazine’s “Top Doctors” list for 2022. Physicians on the list were nominated by a national survey of their professional peers. “Year after year, Fox Chase Cancer Center physicians earn Top Doctors honors, and this year provides further evidence of our consistently strong showing. The May 2022 issue includes 52 members of our clinical faculty, something that demonstrates our excellence in cancer care and related fields,” said Robert Uzzo, MD, MBA, FACS, Interim CEO of the Hospital of Fox Chase Cancer Center and chair of the Department of Surgery. “Top Doctors carries particular meaning because this recognition is based on professional peer nominations. The inclusion of our physicians reflects the high regard in which they are held for their expertise and career achievements,” Uzzo added. 2022 Fox Chase Cancer Center Philadelphia Magazine Top Doctors Penny R.... Read more →

How installing sheds on just ground

The first thing we recommend is to determine the area where you will play with a ball, the ball should bounce well on it, and also determine the overhang of the shield. Do not forget to order an area markup service, after you have confirmed that it is safe to dig in this place and after you can proceed with the first part of the work. To install most basketballs, you need to dig 4 feet, install rebars, install J bolts, install a plate and wait 2-3 days for concrete curing. After that, you can start assembling the frame and backboard. I am sure that you will definitely have additional equipment for installation, such as netting and lighting, Installing it will nicely complete the overall picture of those sports equipment. Aksestroy LLC dates back to 2020, but this date does not mean the staff has only a couple of years... Read more →

2022 Delaware Junior Solar Sprint Champion Chosen

DOVER, DELAWARE--(APRIL 26, 2022)(CNBNews)--The team of Christian Wiggins and Priya Patel from Fred Fifer Middle School of Camden earned the title of 2022 Delaware Junior Solar Sprint champion in a virtual competition held Wednesday. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control teams up with the Delaware Technology Student Association for the event each year. Middle school students work with classmates and teacher advisors over several months to build model cars powered by solar photovoltaic cells, better known as solar panels. “Transitioning to cleaner energy sources is a key strategy is Delaware’s Climate Action Plan,” said DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin. “This competition provides students with an opportunity to demonstrate how we can accomplish our goal of reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions, all while increasing their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Plus, it’s a lot of fun.” For the second year, the competition was held virtually. As... Read more →

Milwaukee Brewers’ Brandon Woodruff to receive 2022 ALB Graduate of the Year Award

Milwaukee Brewers RHP Brandon Woodruff, who played American Legion Baseball for the Tupelo (Miss.) 49ers, has been selected as the 2022 ALB Graduate of the Year. Scheduling of the official award presentation is still in the works. Woodruff, a two-time All-Star now in his sixth season with the Brewers, was part of the 2011 American Legion World Series runner-up. He received the James F. Daniel Jr. Sportsmanship Award that year. “Really, any compliment that you could give a young man at that age as a person and as a player, he really deserved all of them,” said Woodruff’s Legion Baseball coach, Kirk Presley. “Very talented, but he just always showed up and did things the right way and played the game the right way. Big time competitor, and just always played the game like it meant something to him as well.” Woodruff was originally drafted by the Texas Rangers in... Read more →

Patricia A Batdorf, 90, of Gloucester City

Patricia A Batdorf, 90, passed away at Inspira Hospital, Mullica Hill surrounded by her closest family on April 19th, 2022. Pat was born to the late John and Elizabeth Kelly O'Shura on April 10th, 1932 in Girardville, PA and was sister to Jack O'Shura (deceased). Pat is survived by her son Harold G. Batdorf Jr., her grandchildren Harold G. Batdorf III , Daniel R. Batdorf and her great grandchild Maya Batdorf. Pat graduated from Girardville High School and always spoke about how much she loved to be a cheerleader. After Girardville, Pat moved to Gloucester City, NJ with her two children, Kathleen Batdorf, and Harold G. Batdorf Jr. Pat took pride in providing for her family and was known for being the hostess with the mostest! Pat was also known for her exceptional cooking skills and always held open houses during the holidays. Christmas was her favorite, as she showered... Read more →

Investigation: Thousands of NJ Black and Hispanic Students are Shut Out of Advance Placement Courses

Patrick Wall, Chalkbeat Newark Apr 26, 2:06pm EDT New Jersey’s racial gaps are larger than the national average When Rasheed Adewole’s friends from other high schools used to complain about their heaps of homework, he would feel a flood of shame. The other teens, whom he met through a college-prep program, attended magnet and suburban schools in New Jersey that offered an array of demanding Advanced Placement courses. He attended a Newark charter school that offered just one advanced class: AP U.S. History, which he took his senior year. In most of his other classes, expectations were low and homework was scarce. “The regular classes sometimes were just sad,” said Adewole, who graduated from Marion P. Thomas Charter School in 2017. “I felt like I was just going to school to sit there rather than to learn.” Who takes advanced courses in New Jersey? 68% of Asian students 41% of... Read more →

Crystal M. D'Auria, 42, of Williamstown, formerly of Pine Hill and Gloucester City

On April 25, 2022. Age 42. (nee Widman). Of Williamstown. Formerly of Pine Hill and Gloucester City. Loving wife of 20 years to Armand F. D’Auria, Jr. Loving mother of Autumn D’Auria and Kevin Breckow. Beloved sister of the late Margaret “Peggy” Spavlik, Catherine Ritchie and the late Phillip Ritchie. Beloved daughter-in-law of Betty McNamee and Guy Ward. Crystal was a member of the Air Force Moms Club and the Westville Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary for more than 20 years. She was a dedicated fan and supporter of the various sports and activities of Williamstown High School. Crystal enjoyed boat cruises, vacations and spending time with her family and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Saturday, May 7th from 12 Noon to 1:30 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City, where her funeral service will be held at 1:30 PM. Interment will... Read more →

Marcus Rushworth, of Gloucester City a Member of the DePoder Drug Ring Sentenced to 37 Months

Eighth Person Sentenced to 37 Months in Prison for Trafficking Oxycodone and Xanax Pills CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – A Gloucester City, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 37 months in prison for conspiring to distribute oxycodone pills and selling Xanax pills, making him the eighth person to be sentenced for his role in a drug trafficking ring operating in and around Gloucester City and Camden, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Marcus Rushworth, 48, of Gloucester City, previously pleaded guilty by videoconference before U.S. District Judge Renée Marie Bumb to an information charging him with conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute oxycodone and distributing a quantity of Xanax. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Rushworth admitted that on multiple occasions from January 2020 to March 2020, he worked with Rocco DePoder to sell oxycodone and Xanax to customers in and... Read more →

CNB TRAVEL: Bellagio Las Vegas Offering Elegantly Styled Elopements by Cactus Collective Weddings

The fabulous Bellagio Luxury Hotel Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas strip has collaborated with premiere Las Vegas wedding planner Cactus Collective Weddings to offer meticulously styled luxe elopements and micro-weddings with stunning appointments and photographs to last a lifetime. With the rights secured for Cactus Collective Weddings to plan and photograph micro-weddings and elopements at The Bellagio, couples have access to the property’s iconic fountain, conservatory and botanical garden, and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. From the ceremony and photography opportunities to the entertainment and honeymoon destination this venue offers, Cactus Collective Weddings’ owner McKenzi Taylor and her team are able to offer couples an all-inclusive wedding experience at an accessible and inclusive venue. Cactus Collective Weddings is known for bucking Las Vegas wedding trends. Specializing in chic, stylish, and affordable micro- weddings and elopements along the Las Vegas strip or in the stunning Nevada desert, they... Read more →

New Jersey Signs Historic Memorandums of Understanding with Ireland's Top Tech Universities

Partnerships Strengthen Economic and Academic Relationships Between New Jersey and Ireland in the Tech Sector DUBLIN, IRELAND – Governor Phil Murphy, alongside Choose New Jersey President & CEO Wesley Mathews, today celebrated the signing of three Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) between New Jersey academic and real estate entities with top Irish tech universities and a prominent startup accelerator. The MOUs aim to create mutually beneficial opportunities and forge collaboration in innovative projects that foster entrepreneurship, business development, career development, and international education. “A consistent effort of my administration has been helping New Jersey institutions in identifying and partnering with entities that can help grow New Jersey’s economy and create good-paying jobs,” said Governor Murphy. “The partnerships solidified today are an example of the fruits of those efforts. The MOU’s signed today will further propel New Jersey’s path toward economic progress as we welcome new partnerships, opportunities, and perspectives to... Read more →

Progress of Bitcoin Trading in Mexico

Bitcoin trading in Mexico has been on the rise in recent years. The country's leading exchange, Bitso, reported a 150% increase in trading volume in 2016. The Mexican government has taken a hands-off approach to regulation, which has helped to foster the growth of the industry. However, this may change in the future as the government looks to get a better handle on the cryptocurrency market. Explore for further information. In the meantime, Bitcoin trading provides an opportunity for Mexicans to circumvent the country's strict currency controls. It also opens up a new avenue for investment and speculation. Despite the challenges, many see Bitcoin trading as a positive development for Mexico and believe that it will continue to grow in popularity in years to come. As Bitcoin trading continues to grow in popularity in Mexico, there are some challenges that the industry must overcome. However, there is also great... Read more →

How to Write a Killer Sales Letter - Thomas J Powell

A sales letter is a key element in any direct marketing campaign. It's a tool that can be used to generate leads, close sales, or simply create brand awareness. But what makes a good sales letter? Here are some tips by Thomas J Powell to get you started: 1. Start with a strong headline. This is your one chance to make a big impression, so make it count. Use bold font and exciting language to grab your reader's attention and make them want to read more. 2. Keep it short and sweet. No one wants to read a novel, so get to the point quickly. Highlight the benefits of your product or service and why your reader should care. 3. Use persuasive language. Your goal is to get the reader to take action, so use language that will motivate them. Be clear, direct, and make sure your offer is irresistible.... Read more →

CNB Hunting Delaware: Deer Harvest Announced for 2021/22 Hunting Season

While Harvest Numbers Decreased, Venison Donations Increased A succesful Delaware hunter Delaware hunters reported harvesting 15,383 deer during the 2021/22 hunting season, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. The harvest was 10.9% lower than the 2020/21 record harvest of 17,265 deer, but marked the ninth consecutive year that the Delaware harvest exceeded 14,000 deer. The smaller harvest could be attributable to various factors, including natural food availability, hunter effort or the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife’s management of the deer population to improve the quality of the herd and reduce agricultural crop damage. Deer harvest highlights during the 2021/22 hunting season include: 6,350 deer were taken by hunters during the state’s popular 10-day November Shotgun Season, representing 41.3% of the total harvest 8,492 females (does) and 6,891 males (bucks) were harvested, respectively – representing 55.2% and 44.8% of the total harvest, with doe harvest... Read more →

Progress of Bitcoin Trading in Uzbekistan

Bitcoin trading in Uzbekistan is on the rise, as more and more people are realizing that Bitcoin is a great way to store value. This upward trend can be seen in the increasing number of exchanges that support trading in Uzbekistani somnomi against Bitcoin, as well as the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies among online vendors. Many businesses have even started accepting Bitcoin payments directly, recognizing its utility and security benefits over traditional payment methods like credit cards or bank transfers. For further information visit In addition to these developments, it's also worth noting that there are several dedicated platforms that allow users to buy or sell Bitcoins using the local currency in Uzbekistan with little to no hassle. This makes it easier than ever for people to take advantage of this exciting new technology without the need for complicated and expensive international transfers. Overall, it's clear that Bitcoin is... Read more →

CNB Business News: Crypto Firms Headed to Dubai

Crypto firms will flock to Dubai as UAE crypto regulation guides crypto sector rather than curbs it, says GlobalData Following the UAE’s regulation within the crypto sector and its moves to develop a crypto hub; Amrit Dhami, Thematic Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, offers her view: “The UAE’s regulation is more about overseeing the development of the crypto sector than curbing it. By accepting the inevitability of mainstream cryptoassets and helping the domestic crypto sector grow, the UAE will continue to attract a flock of crypto firms. The country is showing that crypto regulation doesn’t have to be a deterrent, and can actually reassure private firms and investors. “Regulating crypto supports the UAE’s growing reputation of having a diverse investment landscape and being at the forefront of financial innovation. Lawmakers across the world, including the UK, are starting to navigate cryptocurrency regulation. The UAE is beginning... Read more →

WANTED ! Amaya-Salmeron, Oscar David - Forcible Rape and related charges

The Hatfield Township Police Department has a felony arrest warrant for Oscar David Amaya-Salmeron charging him with Rape, Involuntary Deviant Sexual Intercourse, Sexual Assault, Aggravated Indecent Assault, Indecent Assault, Unlawful Restraint, and Loitering and Prowling at Night time. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 215-855-0903 or click the submit a tip button. Docket No.: MDJ-38128-CR-0000343-2018 Date Issued: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 - 12:00am Source: Hatfield Township Police Department Read more →

Thomas M. Laverty, 94, of Mt. Ephraim

Thomas M. Laverty, 94 years of age, 61 year resident of Mt. Ephraim, NJ, passed away on April 20, 2022. Beloved husband for 68 years of Jean M. Laverty (nee Maxwell). Tom was a proud US Navy Veteran of WWII, active member of the American Legion, serving as County Commander and Post Commander. He was also a member of the VFW. Tom was a retired member of the United Bricklayers Union #1 of Philadelphia and retired Foreman of the Camden City Housing Authority. Tom enjoyed a love of languages and seeing the world with his sweetheart, Jean, but was never more happy than when he was at home spending time with his family! Son of the late Edward Laverty and Catherine (nee O'Rourke). Loving father of Paul Hoyle (Connie). Cherished "Pop" of Bridget Jacobs and Matthew Hoyle. Awesome "G-Pop" of Gracie Jacobs. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at... Read more →

NJAC Honors Four Rowan Student-Athletes...Ahmir Johnson, Ashley Lechliter, Molly Green and Marco Mannino

PITMAN, NJ -- A total of four Rowan student-athletes were awarded accolades from the New Jersey Athletic Conference in its weekly awards. Ahmir Johnson was named the NJAC Men's Outdoor Track & Field Field Athlete of the Week, Ashley Lechliter was chosen the NJAC Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week, Molly Green captured the NJAC Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Week, and Marco Mannino was selected the NJAC Baseball Rookie of the Week. At the Morgan State Legacy Meet this weekend, Johnson hit the top mark in Division III (15.00 meters) in winning the triple jump. It is the second time in his career Johnson, who also won his first conference performer of the week award this season, hit the 15 meter mark in the event. Lechliter totaled 10 goals and one assist in the Profs' 2-0 week. The senior attack player recorded three goals and one assist in the... Read more →

Burlington County Authorities Charge Former Boyfriend with Murder in Palmyra Fatal Shooting

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Palmyra Police Chief Meghan Campbell announced that a former boyfriend has charged with killing a 28-year-old woman who was found fatally shot last week in the parking lot of a self-service car wash in the first block of Filmore Street in Palmyra. Antonio Burke, 32, of the 2000 block of Harbor Drive in Palmyra, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Handgun for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Endangering an Injured Victim (Third Degree). Burke was taken into custody early this morning following a traffic stop in Dallas, Texas, where he will face a court appearance tomorrow. The criminal complaint against him was signed last week. The investigation began after officers from the Palmyra Police Department were called to the Hot Wet & Wax establishment at approximately 10:45 p.m. on April 18 for a... Read more →

Visit Philly: Tickets to Harry Potter Exhibition, Free Hotel Parking

Now Available: Tickets to Harry Potter: The Exhibition & Free Hotel Parking Are you ready to celebrate magic in Philadelphia? This spring and summer, treat yourself — and your fellow Wizarding World fans — to an easy, affordable and unbeatable hotel package in Philadelphia. Through September 11, 2022, the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package comes with free hotel parking, two untimed tickets to the world premiere of Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute and overnight hotel accommodations (while supplies last). That’s right, the most comprehensive touring exhibition about the Wizarding World is making its world premiere right here in Philly — and we’re celebrating with a spellbinding package. BOOK NOW WIZARDING WORLD & all related trademarks, characters, names & indicia are © & ™ Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Publishing Rights © JKR. (s22) Read more →

College Lacrosse: Profs Continue Winning Streak

GLASSBORO, NJ – Elise Cohan scored six goals and handed out two assists, while Ashley Lechliter recorded four goals and three assists, to lead Rowan (8-7; 4-1) to a 20-13 win over Stockton in NJAC women’s lacrosse action. The Profs, winners of four in a row, have scored 20-plus goals in the four games and have outscored their opponents, 81-24. Cohan’s total of eight points was one shy of her career high and freshman Molly Green scored twice and added three assists while Julianna Corson had three goals and an assist. Jamie Cutrera scored one goal and added three assists, while Shannen Sterner had six draw controls and one goal. Chloe Shea scored one goal and Erin Renshaw handed out three assists in the win. Goalie Reilly Shaup notched 10 saves on the evening as she faced 31 shots by Stockton (9-6; 3-2). Gianna Rusk aided the defense with three... Read more →

20-Year-Old Camden Man Arrested for Lindenwold Murder

Lindenwold, N.J. – Detectives have made an arrest in reference to a homicide that occurred in Lindenwold last Friday, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Lindenwold Police Chief Michael P. McCarthy, Jr. Trayshawn Simpson, 20, of Camden, was charged on Saturday, April 23, 2022 with one count of first-degree Murder in reference to the homicide of Alvin Redd, 25, of Lindenwold. Simpson was taken into custody in New Castle, Delaware at approximately 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 by members of the U.S. Marshals Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force – Camden Division and the U.S. Marshals Service First State Regional Fugitive Task Force – Wilmington, Delaware Division. On Friday, April 22, 2022, at approximately 8:09 p.m., officers from the Lindenwold Police Department responded to the 400 block of West Park Avenue in Lindenwold for multiple 911 calls reporting gunshots. Upon arrival, officers located Redd... Read more →

Here’s Why a Dental Clinic Should Use a Scheduling Software

Image Source Online appointment scheduling has been utilized in various services, such as entertainment, hospitality, and even the dental care industry. It has developed into a highly effective tool for individuals and businesses in today's highly competitive and fast-paced environment. This scheduling software works by enabling users to schedule appointments or secure online services, which has simplified the process of obtaining the necessary information. With this automation, such services and business operations will be more accessible to business owners like you and your customers. Thus, integrating this software into your dental practice will simplify and streamline administrative and operational processes while still allowing you to provide exceptional dental services to your patients. According to statistics, 79 percent of patients favor scheduling their appointment online over the traditional method of arranging appointments at their dental clinic. Thus, if you haven't considered investing in an automated scheduling system for your clinic, this... Read more →

How generally an exact of the features of the bitcoin apps

Bitcoin has a decentralized record with hard to break cryptography, and all trades are unflinching. Still not convinced that our mitcoins will be worth billions later on? In light of everything, that is reasonable. Believe it or not, dispatching another digital money is unquestionably more inconvenient, if absolutely possible. That is the explanation I acknowledge that the bitcoin has shown up at these heights notwithstanding apparently inconceivable resistance. Moreover, because of its excellent client association, it will continue to do all things considered. The bitcoin apps for android phones are really useful you can see all are detailed here with specifications. Clearly, there have been a couple of errors. Nevertheless, all of these shocks achieves more prominent expenses. The ongoing 60 skip will be something similar. The wonder of bitcoin Bitcoin's flourishing depends upon its ability to make an overall association of clients who are either ready to execute with... Read more →

How to know important terms associated with bitcoin trading

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David Remnick, Editor of The New Yorker, Named Rutgers University’s Commencement Speaker

Journalist and award-winning author to receive honorary doctor of letters degree; former Rutgers president Robert Barchi, Aprille Joy Ericsson, Alondra Nelson also named honorary degree recipients David Remnick, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author who has elevated The New Yorker’s prominence as editor since 1998, will be awarded an honorary doctor of letters degree when he addresses graduates at the 256th anniversary commencement of Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences on May 15, 2022, the Rutgers Board of Governors voted today. “As a New Jersey native, I feel tremendously honored to deliver the university’s commencement address this May. The class of 2022 will leave Rutgers at a time of great upheaval—in the world, in our own country—and yet it’s the passion and resilience that these young people show that gives me great hope in our collective future,” Remnick said. The board also voted to award former Rutgers... Read more →

CNBNews Tips and Snippets: Burkhardt Breaks Dad's Record; Brooklawn GOPuff; Leaving NJ; New ShopRite; Bird Flu

Updated/Corrected William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GHS 400-MEET RECORD BROKEN--Steven Burkhardt, (inset) a senior at Gloucester High School, a star student- athlete at the school broke the outdoor track program’s 400-meet record during the Fast-Times meet at Cherokee High recently. That two decade plus record was held by his father .According to Sun Papers, Burkhardt has already cemented his own Lions’ legacy, following a historic 2021-’22 football season in which he led the state with 33 rushing touchdowns while racking up 2,034 rushing yards, good for the second most in the state. Those touchdowns tied the single-season school record, and helped lead the program to its first playoff victory since 2014 with a 21-14 victory over New Egypt in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 1 sectional playoffs. read more #### CNBNews photo WHAT IS GOPuff ? --If you have visited the Brooklawn Shopping Center recently you most likely seen... Read more →

Marion E. Bruno, Longtime Trenton.Hamilton Resident

On April 23, 2022, Marion E. Bruno passed away peacefully in her sleep at Brookdale Assisted Living in Echelon Lakes, Voorhees, NJ. Above all, Marion cherished her family and friends. She was an avid reader and a dedicated NY Yankees fan! She looked forward to her numerous visits to Foley’s Market! Born in Trenton, NJ, she resided in Trenton and Hamilton her entire life. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank A. Bruno, Jr, and daughters, Kathleen M. Paranich, baby Janet Ann Bruno; brothers, Leroy Gade and Walter “Sonny” Gade; mother, Mary (Brody) Gade; stepfather, Walter Gade and father, Karl Eulenfeld. Beloved mother of Francine Kowalczyk (Steven), Paul F. Bruno, Joseph P. Bruno; cherished grandmother of, Michael Paranich (Brenda), Marianne Conte (Dominic), Steven Kowalczyk (Erin), Nick Kowalczyk (Amanda), Michele Curran, Nicole Bruno, Crystal Bruno and Nicholas Bruno. She is also survived by several great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren; sister-in-law Margaret Gade,... Read more →