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May 26, 2022

ROWAN HEADS TO CONNECTICUT FOR NCAA SUPER REGIONAL THIS WEEKEND

WILLIMANTIC, CT – Tenth-ranked Rowan (33-8) visits top-ranked Eastern Connecticut State (42-3) in the NCAA Baseball Super Regional this weekend, with a trip to the NCAA Division III World Series on the line. The Profs and Warriors will face off in a three-game series beginning at noon on Friday, May 27 at the Eastern Baseball Stadium, (image below)continuing on Saturday, May 28 at 11 a.m., with a third game to follow on Saturday, if necessary. The Profs earned a spot in the Super Regional when they won three games last weekend at the NCAA Baseball Annville (PA) Regional. Rowan defeated... Read more →


Some Beaches Closed in Delaware

DNREC Announces Beach Access Closures Due to Storm Damage The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today that multiple Delaware State Parks drive- and walk-on crossings will be closed this Memorial Day Weekend due widespread erosion along Delaware’s coastline sustained during a May 8 nor’easter. Unsafe drop-offs along the dunes where the crossings meet the beach necessitated the closures. Additionally, very little beach is available for drive-on surf fishing even during low tide at the closed locations. As of Thursday, May 26, the following beach access points remain open: The Point, Herring Point and Gordons Pond crossings... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic's Salute to Class of 2022 Campaign: Tanner Jones '22 Asks For Your Support! 

Let's HONOR the Graduating Seniors of our Remarkable CLASS OF 2022! The funds will be applied to senior graduation expenses and awards benefiting the graduates as we close out the current year. Click on image below as senior Tanner Jones asks for your support of the Class of 2022! ‌ Ways To Give! VENMO -- @gcramsgiving ONLINE -- http://gchsrams.org/wordpress/?p=10085 TRADITIONAL MAIL -- Make Check Payable to Gloucester Catholic Gloucester Catholic High School 333 Ridgeway Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Once a Ram .... Always a Ram! If you would like additional information, please contact Pat Murphy at pmurphy@gchsrams.org Read more →


Jefferson Health - New Jersey Clinicians Receive Bereavement Training from Regional Nonprofit ‘Three Little Birds Pregnancy & Infant Support’

Several Jefferson Health clinicians recently completed a six-week online perinatal bereavement training program, offered at no cost by South Jersey/Philadelphia based nonprofit, Three Little Birds Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support. Jefferson Health – New Jersey was lead sponsor of the organizations 2021 “Wave of Light” ceremony held at Cooper River Park. There, Jefferson was presented with two Cuddle Cots –- aimed at providing solace for parents who experience infant loss in a hospital setting –- as well as access to Three Little Birds bereavement training. The online training program included a wealth of research, along with topical videos to address... Read more →


Two Wrightstown Drug Dealers Charged in Death of Nicholas DiCola, Age 35

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that two Wrightstown drug dealers have been charged with causing the death of a customer who fatally overdosed on fentanyl laced with an animal tranquilizer sold to him in September 2021. Rajik Morphis, 39, of West Main Street in Wrightstown, and Ozell Sutton, 39, also of Wrightstown, were charged with Strict Liability for Drug-Induced Death (First Degree), Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Third Degree) and Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Third Degree). Sutton was arrested as a search warrant was executed at his residence on May 17 by members of the BCPO... Read more →


CNBNews Fishing/Maryland: The State Offers License-Free Fishing Days on Saturday in June/July

Maryland Fishing Report – May 25 by Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Emily Salada gets a quick hug and picture before sliding this beautiful red drum back into Tangier Sound waters. Photo courtesy of Hunter Smith Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and with it the traditional start of summer activities. The three-day weekend offers some wonderful opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. If you have a friend you’d like to introduce to fishing, Maryland offers license-free fishing days the first two Saturdays in June and also on July 4. Make some plans... Read more →


Samaritan Unveils a New Young Adult Grief Support Group Starting in June

Young Adults Coping with Loss is a Complimentary, Six-Week Virtual Support Group Offered Through the Samaritan Center For Grief Support Mount Laurel, NJ – For those dealing with a loss of a loved one, grief comes in different forms. Sometimes, the simple act of being with others who are going through a similar experience in a safe, supportive environment can be helpful. To help young adults in the South Jersey community cope with loss, Samaritan is unveiling a new virtual support group for 2022 – Young Adults Coping with Loss. Young Adults Coping with Loss is a complimentary, 6-week group... Read more →


GTPD Chief David Harkins Regarding School Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

Message from Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins: "We are monitoring the school shooting incident in Uvalde, Texas. Our hearts go out to that community and all those affected by this senseless act of violence. I have been in touch with our School Officials, my Command Staff, Mayor Mayer, our State and County law enforcement partners, and surrounding Police Chiefs. There are no known threats to our schools at this time, and we will continue to monitor all sources of information for any threats or suspicious activity. As a preventative measure, we will have an increased presence of uniformed officers... Read more →


Camden City Receives EPA $3.5 Million Brownfields Grant to Clean Up Contaminated Sites

Camden Grant is Part of $6.5 Million in New Brownfields Funding Going to Transform NJ Communities NEW YORK (May 20, 2022) – The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) is transforming communities across NJ and especially in Camden. That is the message delivered today by EPA Regional Administrator Lisa F. Garcia, Senator Cory Booker, Congressmember Donald Norcross, Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen and New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette in Elijah Perry Park in Camden. EPA will be awarding four grants totaling $6.5 million in Brownfields funding for communities across New Jersey. The largest of these grants—$3.5 million—will be... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Delaware: Take A Kid Fishing

Take A Kid Fishing!’ Events Announced Registration Now Open via GIPHY The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control invites budding anglers ages 6 through 15 to join the DNREC Division of Fish of Fish and Wildlife aquatic resource educators and learn how to fish with a parent, grandparent or guardian at an upcoming “Take a Kid Fishing!” event. “Take a Kid Fishing!” events are offered free of charge to all participants, with advanced registration required. All fishing equipment is provided at no charge to participants for use at the events. To ensure that enough supplies are on hand,... Read more →


28-Year Old Camden City Shooting Victim Dies; Hospitalized Since January

Camden, NJ- A 28-year-old man who was hospitalized since January when he was shot in Camden has died and the investigation into his fatal shooting continues, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On Saturday, May 21, 2022, at 5:01 p.m., Andrew M. Ayala was pronounced deceased by Dr. Nwotite of Acuity Specialty Hospital of New Jersey in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He had reportedly been hospitalized since a shooting incident in Camden on January 3, 2022. On Sunday, May 22, 2022, Dr. Peter Mazari conducted an autopsy of Ayala and the cause... Read more →


What to Know Before Investing in Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is a type of digital currency that has special technology that makes it almost impossible to counterfeit. Many types are based on blockchain technology, and a network of computers enforces it. It is attractive to many because no central authority issues it. There are a few things you should know before deciding whether or not it is for you. Ensure You Have Enough Funds Set Aside While cryptocurrency can be an attractive investment, it can also be volatile, so you will want to make sure you are not putting all your money into this investment. Consider limiting the amount... Read more →


Rowan's Morgan Zane Named All American

LOUISVILLE, KY -- Morgan Zane was named All American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association on Tuesday as the senior was named to the third team. NFCA ALL-AMERICAN TEAMS The 2022 NFCA All American list has a total of 54 student-athletes honored. The teams are voted on by a committee of NFCA member coaches representing the NCAA's 10 regions. They select 18 players for each of three teams, unless there is a tie for a third-team slot, in which case the tied players are both awarded honors. All players recognized as All-Region players were eligible for All-America recognition. Zane becomes... Read more →


WATCH:Philly Boathouse Row Lightings June

Above Boathouse row video Wondering why the lights along Boathouse Row are a certain color? Here’s the scoop: DATES COLOR(S) CAUSE OR ORGANIZATION 6/1/2022 Red Merger of St. Joseph’s Univ. and Univ. of the Sciences 6/2/2022 Teal National Scleroderma Awareness 6/3/2022 Red Hemochromatosis Awareness 6/4/2022 Blue Inspira Health Foundation Gala 6/5/2022 Orange Gun violence awareness 6/6 and 6/7/2022 Colors of the LGBT flag LGBT Pride 6/10/2022 Blue Disability Pride 6/13/2022 Blue and gold Police Athletic League 75th Anniversary 6/14/2022 Red, green, and black Juneteenth 6/19/2022 Red Sickle cell anemia awareness 6/19/2022 Blue and gold Police Athletic League 75th Anniversary Announced... Read more →