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August 1, 2022

NJ College Students in the Spotlight: Champlain Honors List

BURLINGTON, VT (07/29/2022)-- The following students have been named to the Champlain College an Honors List for the spring 2022 semester. The honors include: Dean's List - achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the spring semester. President's List - achieving a grade point average of 4.0 or higher for the spring semester. Trustees' List - achieving a grade point average of 4.0 or higher for two consecutive semesters. Dylan Pettit of Clarksboro (08020) made the Dean's list. Emily Cejkovsky of Sewell (08080) made the Dean's list. Joshua Bogin of Cinnaminson (08077) made the President's list. Maxwell Van Walsen of Vincentown (08088) made the Trustees' list. Molly Shapiro of Swedesboro (08085) made the Trustees' list. Rachel Phillips of Sicklerville (08081) made the Trustees' list. Trina Davis of Marlton (08053) made the Trustees' list. Founded in 1878, Champlain College is a small, not-for-profit, private college in Burlington, Vermont,... Read more →

ACCU WEATHER: Recent Break from Heat and Humidity will be Shortlived

CNBNews graphic files Summer sizzle: Temps to soar from Minneapolis, Chicago to NYC during 1st week of August "The first week of August is expected to feature an expansive swath of well-above-average temperatures spanning from the Dakotas to the East Coast. High temperatures well into the 90s with AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures soaring into the triple digits will require air conditioning units to constantly run," AccuWeather Long-Range Meteorologist Brandon Buckingham said. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – August 1, 2022 – AccuWeather meteorologists say the recent break from heat and humidity across the Midwest and Northeast will be short-lived as sizzling conditions return this week and persist over the long haul. Residents who may have been able to open the windows and give air conditioners a break during the last days of July can expect cooling demands to return to levels typical of the "dog days of summer" spanning the first week... Read more →

Down The Shore: Battle at the Beach Grappling Tournament

at the Wildwoods Convention Center Saturday, August 6 Through Sunday, August 7 The Wildwoods, NJ – July 18, 2022 – The North American Grappling Association (NAGA) is the world’s largest mixed grappling tournaments with over 700,000 competitors worldwide. On Saturday and Sunday, August 6 and 7, 2022, NAGA comes to the Wildwoods Convention Center in the Wildwoods for the NAGA Battle at the Beach Grappling Championship. Come as an individual or as a team to compete. NAGA has divisions for all ages and all skill levels. The tournament will feature 400 Gi and no-Gi divisions with contestants of all ages from the tri-state area. Spectator tickets are $5 – $15. Children 7 and under are FREE. For more information or to register visit or call 860-295-0403. Read more →

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William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet This past Sunday, (July 31) driving north on Broadway we stopped for the traffic light at Broadway and Market Street and noticed right away the pile of loosely thrown litter laying on the sidewalk up against the old Twin Bar building. The city owned trash receptacle was overflowing with debris. CNBNewsnet photo We wondered to ourselves what type of person throws away their trash in this manner? And, why is Gloucester City attracting these inconsiderate people to our community? A few yards north there was used furniture dumped (see arrow above) at the curb in front of a rental property in the 200 unit block of S. Broadway. Trash pickup for Broadway residents is Monday. The City’s ordinance states trash cannot be placed at the curb until after 5 PM the day before. And yet we have witnessed the owner of this property place... Read more →

Emmaline A. Kelley, 81, of Gloucester City

Author Stephen King said, “Nothing was certain, there were many twists and devious turns as one hopped down the overgrown bunny trail of life.” Emmaline A. Kelley (nee Tomlin) was certainly unfiltered. She was feisty and had a great sense of humor with a big, charismatic belly laugh. “It’s strange how pain marks our faces, and makes us all look like family.” Suddenly, in the late evening of Thursday, July 28, 2022, Emmaline passed away at Cooper University Hospital in Camden at 81. Author James Patterson says, “...But remember you have to move on somehow. You just pick your head up and stare at something beautiful like the sky or the ocean…” One day we will know what it was like to love you with wonder, not grief. Emmaline spent her entire circle of days as a Gloucester neighbor. During her early years, she loved to disco and belly dance.... Read more →

Nine New Jersey Counties on the Top 30 List with the Highest Foreclosure Rates in the United States

Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square The worst inflation in 40 years has led to cascading effects, with consumer sentiment declining and gross domestic product decreasing in the first quarter of this year. While the Federal Reserve has been raising rates to tame inflation, this has resulted in higher mortgage rates. Combined, these factors appear to be cooling the U.S. housing market after white-hot demand in the past two years sent prices skyward. So far, the number of foreclosure filings in the first six months of the year is still slightly lower than it was in the same period in 2020. But these filings are up 153% from the first half of last year, according to property data provider Attom Data Solutions. Home foreclosure filings include default notices, bank repossessions, and scheduled auctions and are used as a measure to gauge the health of housing markets at... Read more →


As the Summer Heats Up, Check Out These Four Great Reads (NAPSI)—“A powerful fantasy that combines a coming of age theme with insights into changing family relationships, the impact of past worlds on present lives, and a shy girl’s unexpected changes.”—Midwest Book Review Shy, thirteen-year-old Zylia has always known she was different. She’s disappearing from this world and doesn’t know how to stop it. Then she stumbles across a family mystery surrounding the disappearance of her great-aunt Angelica years earlier. During her quest to unravel the mystery, Zylia discovers she’s able to cross the boundary and enter the “in between” world. Now, it’s up to Zylia to save herself before she’s trapped “in between” forever. Purchase at “Median Gray” by Bill Mesce Jr. At a time when New York’s mean streets were their meanest, one NYPD detective at the end of his career takes one last chance to correct... Read more →

Down The Shore: Skydive Over the Wildwoods August 5 - 7

The Wildwoods, NJ – July 18, 2022 – Have you ever wanted a bird’s eye view of the Wildwoods? On Friday, August 5 through Sunday, August 7 you can join the Wildwoods Beach Boogie where you will skydive over the scenic shoreline, fly under your canopy with breathtaking views of the beach, and land on the sand right next to the Wildwoods Boardwalk. No prior skydiving experience is required. Skydivers will be securely attached to an experienced instructor, certified by the US Parachute Association, who will take care of their partner throughout the entire experience. If you’d rather keep your feet on land, spectators can watch the event throughout the weekend. A great viewing spot is on the Wildwoods Boardwalk by Spicer Avenue.For more information or to register for the limited number of tandem spots, call 856-629-7553 or visit For more information about the Wildwoods, visit or call... Read more →

Donna Lee Jungclaus, 63, of Mt. Ephraim

(nee Haury) Suddenly on July 29, 2022, of Mt. Ephraim, NJ; formerly of Collingswood, NJ. Age 63 years. Beloved wife of 44 years to James W. Jungclaus, Sr. Loving mother of James W. (Katie) Jungclaus, Jr., Kristin (Tom) Hosking, William (Sara) Jungclaus and Zachary (Bethani) Jungclaus. Devoted Mema to Noah, Jessica, Josiah, Elijah, Elizabeth, Olivia and Oliver. Cherished daughter of Ruth Pursglove. Dear sister of Karen (Frank) Souza and James (Trish) Haury. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Donna was a wonderful woman who cared about family more than most. If you had the privilege of meeting Donna you know you were instantly welcome and a part of her family. S he was the mom who all the kids called mama J. Everyone now knew her as Mema. She was a trusted ear for all friends and family. If you needed anything she was truly there. She... Read more →