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June 27, 2022

NJ Politics: Congressional Candidate Gustafson Says Norcross's Gas Bill Nothing But Hot Air

Will Norcross’s GOUGE Act gouge taxpayers Gustafson: “I immediately become suspicious any time Donald Norcross proposes anything that offers tax breaks.” COLLINGSWOOD – Responding to another email from Congressman Donald Norcross last week about suspending the federal gas tax and touting his “GOUGE Act” Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s First Congressional District, Claire Gustafson, said the email is nothing more than campaign rhetoric from the Congressman’s office. Claire Gustafson “In theory, a temporary suspension of federal gas taxes will provide some financial relief for hard-working New Jerseyans but I immediately become suspicious any time Donald Norcross proposes anything... Read more →


New Playground Coming to Proprietor's Park

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (JUNE 27, 2022)--The City of Gloucester City has been awarded $247,000 Community Capital Needs Grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA )and the Neighborhood Preservation Program for an inclusive Playground at Proprietor's Park. This grant will provide for the construction of a playground which will be available to all children with different levels of ability. With the additional assistance of funds from the Camden County Commissioners' Open Space Recreation Grant, the park will be accessible for any types of assistive devices for children to enjoy. For more information, contact Lori Ryan, Director of Community... Read more →


A LOOK BACK AT THE BEGINNING OF AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

History of American Legion Baseball American Legion Baseball is a national institution, having thrived through a world war, several national tragedies, and times of great prosperity as well as great despair. The league still stands behind the traditional values upon which it was founded in 1925. American Legion Baseball has taught hundreds of thousands of young Americans the importance of sportsmanship, good health and active citizenship. The program is also a promoter of equality, making teammates out of young athletes regardless of their income levels or social standings. American Legion Baseball has been and continues to be, a stepping stone... Read more →


Adjusting New Jersey income tax for inflation supported

By Bob Pepalis | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – A Republican budget plan for New Jersey includes adjusting the state income tax for inflation, an idea that a research and educational organization has advocated for the past year. State Republican leaders planned to use the state’s huge surplus to send direct payments to consumers to offset high inflation, the New Jersey Monitor reports. They also want to make tax bracket adjustments to account for more than 20 years of inflation, increase state school aid, and stop the state from diverting municipal energy taxes away from its cities.... Read more →


Inspired Earns iGaming License in Pennsylvania – Here's What You Need to Know   

As part of its ongoing North American growth, gaming machine and virtual sports provider Inspired Entertainment has obtained a new license in Pennsylvania. Continue reading if you want to find out more about the company’s iGaming license in Pennsylvania, and check out the link above to find out more about the state’s bustling iGaming industry. What Does It Mean? Inspired is able to provide its online games to authorized operators in the US states thanks to the interactive gaming manufacturer licensese approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Commission. According to Inspired, its interactive content will debut in Pennsylvania this summer, with... Read more →


CNBNews Guest Opinion:

The Shaky Roe v. Wade Overturned: A Legally, Morally and Culturally Correct Decision

By Marc Ang | CNBNews Contributor Roe v. Wade was just overturned, which marks an overplayed fear among the left side of the political spectrum, ironically during a Democratic Biden administration. So finally, after freaking out for years, it finally happened. And it happened through a series of events the left created for themselves exposing what a shaky foundation the original was on. CNBNews graphic file Brought to you by the 6-3 conservative Supreme Court, let’s dissect this cultural moment and how the perfect storm was created. First of all, Roe v. Wade was always on shaky ground. The very... Read more →


Bridget Keenan, of Trenton, age 37

On June 21, 2022. Age 37. Of Trenton, NJ. Loving and devoted mother of Maria Alonso. Cherished daughter of Janet Keenan and the late John Keenan, Jr. Beloved sister of Kate Keenan and her dearest longtime friend James E. Kremmel. Bridgit was born in Meadowbrook, PA and was a longtime server at Mastori’s Diner in Bordentown. Bridgit, my special daughter loved her family. We were always a team. She brought so much joy and love into everything she did. At the request of the family, cremation and services are private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the... Read more →


SEPTA Board Okays Fiscal Budget, No Fare Increase, In Fact Expect to See Decreases

PHILADELPHIA (June 23, 2022) – SEPTA’s Board today approved Operating and Capital Budget proposals for Fiscal Year 2023, advancing plans to fund everyday operations and major improvement projects. SEPTA’s fiscal year covers the 12-month period from July 1 through June 30. The $1.61 billion Operating Budget includes fare enhancements designed to boost ridership post-COVID and allows for the expansion of SEPTA Key Advantage, the Authority’s new institutional pass program. SEPTA Key Advantage allows participating institutions to acquire SEPTA Key cards directly from the Authority and distribute them to employees. While Phase I is underway with Drexel University, Penn Medicine, and... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering (20):

2024 Presidential Candidate Visits Gloucester City; Gas Attendant Threaten; Lunch at Bogeys

chapter 20 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews WHO KNOWS THIS GUY COULD BE THE PRESIDENT ONE DAY!—On our walk Saturday morning Peyton and Me noticed a man looking up into the sky as we headed down Cold Springs Drive towards the Market Street Bus Stop. As I rounded the corner walking towards Broadway the man is still staring into the sky. I stopped of course, and I looked up in the direction he was looking. Many people might just keep walking by, but my curiosity got the best of me. “What are you looking at?”, I asked. The man... Read more →