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August 5, 2022

The Story Behind The Story:

Who Owns That Gloucester City Rental Property?

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor Arriving in Gloucester City from Camden City via Broadway, the first street you come to is King Street, which runs north to south through the City. Above is King and Monmouth Street intersection, which separates north from south. There are only 92 homes on the street. How many of those homes are rentals? GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 5, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--It is said that great minds think alike. I agree. While... Read more →

Blockchain technology in simple words

Blockchain is a continuously connected block that contains all records with transactions. Each block wounds information from two adjacent cells. It's like a notepad where you can't change the entries. They are encrypted using a unique combination of letters and numbers. The peculiarity of the blockchain is the ability of everyone to study, view information inside the block, but it is impossible to change it or delete it. Since the data inside this system cannot... Read more →

CNBNews Fishing Maryland: Fish Having Tough Time Because of Hot Weather and Lack of Rain

Maryland Fishing Report – August 3 By Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Christine Virgin holds up a big red drum for a picture before slipping it back into the Bay. Photo courtesy of Christine Virgin This is an exciting week for fishing and crabbing in Maryland! The Chesapeake Bay striped bass season has reopened, and more seasonal fish are arriving in the Bay, rivers, and Atlantic Ocean. Remember that hot weather... Read more →

LOVE YOUR MONEY! Gov. Murphy Gives $45M to Jumpstart Electric School Bus Industry in NJ

CNBNews graphic file Trenton – Gov. Murphy signed the electric school bus bill S759 (Diegnan/Greenstein)/A1282 (Stanley/Haider/Timberlake) into law today, which provides a down payment on jump starting the electrification of the state’s bus fleet through providing funding to six different school districts a year over the next three years. The NJ Senate Budget Committee passed S759 on June 16, 2022 by a 23-15 vote. The NJ Assembly passed the legislation (A1282) by a 47-31-1 vote... Read more →

How to Find Out If Your Partner Is Cheating Online

People can connect and disguise their actions more simply than ever before because of modern technologies. Checking in on a partner's activities nearly always entails some form of surveillance, ranging from closely studying their acts and habits to monitoring their internet activity. Your spouse may be using a computer, cell phone, or tablet to access the internet, making it more challenging for you to watch what they're doing. However, you may do a few things... Read more →

Cherry HIll Man Charged with the July 23 Death of a Two-Year-Old-Female

Cherry Hill, N.J.- A 27-year-old Cherry Hill man has been charged in the July 23rd death of a two-year-old female, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Cherry Hill Police Chief Robert Kempf. Walter H. Clark, 27, of Cherry is charged with the following offenses: 1 count 1st Degree Aggravated Manslaughter 1 count 2nd degree Aggravated Assault 2 counts 2nd degree Endangering On July 23, 2022, at approximately 7:46 p.m., emergency medical personnel and... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Upgrading Customers to New Smart Meters

Smart Energy Network upgrades will enhance grid reliability, provide better information during outages, and support new energy saving tools and programs MAYS LANDING, N.J. (August 4, 2022) – Atlantic City Electric will start the broad installation of new smart meters for its nearly 565,000 customers beginning in September and continuing through 2024. These upgrades are a key element of Atlantic City Electric’s Smart Energy Network, the company’s efforts to create smarter and more resilient energy... Read more →


Funding opportunity reflects Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to equity and evidence-based solutions to homelessness. Funding opportunity will also support local engagement to increase affordable housing supply WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it will provide $2.8 billion in competitive funding to homeless services organizations across the country for supportive services and housing programs for people experiencing homelessness. The funding opportunity reflects the Biden-Harris Administration’s continued commitment to equity... Read more →

Kenneth Stubbs, 66, of Gloucester City/Bellmawr

Kenneth Stubbs, on July 28, 2022, of Gloucester City; formerly of Bellmawr. Age 66. Beloved husband of the late Donna. Proud father of Julie Stubbs (the late Michael Craig Carroll), Rachel Stubbs, and Lisa Stubbs (Stephen Palumbo). Dedicated and loving Pop Pop of Logan Boyd and John Carroll. Dear brother of Kathleen Ernst (Bruce) and the late Timothy Stubbs. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends. Kenneth was a "master" pinstriper... Read more →