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November 2022

Good News:TCNJ's AmIOK Program Receives $1 million VOCA Grant

EWING, NJ December 1, 2022 – The newly rebranded School of Nursing and Health Sciences (SNHS) at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) today announced its trauma-informed campus initiative, AmIOK, has been awarded another $1 million Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant to expand to other colleges in the Mercer County, NJ area. “We’re expanding services provided by the AmIOK program to other colleges to share our work with higher education institutions that might not have the resources to develop a trauma-informed campus community. In a recent college-student survey, 95% of respondents reported negative mental health symptoms due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and those with previous trauma caused by experiencing a criminal act are likely to have even higher rates. Our vision is to cultivate a trauma-informed campus community that supports and promotes healing for all,” says Dr. Dara Whalen, TCNJ Assistant Professor of Nursing and AmIOK Executive Director. Along... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Christmas Movies To Avoid

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Christmas movies that would be good to avoid: Most Christmas movies are endearing, if somewhat simple, but hardly a year goes by without some studio offering some really slimy fare. This year is no exception. CNBNews graphic file Playing off of “Silent Night,” Universal Pictures is bringing out “Violent Night” on December 2. The plot involves Santa Claus seeking to rescue a family from mercenaries. Santa is anything but gentle—he is a master of violence. According to one reviewer, the movie contains “constant harsh but bloodless violence, including gunplay, explosions, and torture, some sexual humor, a few uses of profanity...and crass language.” The movie’s director, Tommy Wirkola, previously directed “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters,” a 2013 film which was slammed for its “pervasive gory violence.” Pat Casey and Josh Miller, the script writers, have a history of dealing with violence and Christmas. They... Read more →


Game-Changing Tech Used for Evaluating User Experience in Online Casinos: Top Three Tech Trends

Industries are always looking to draw and retain more consumers, usually by analyzing and improving user experience. Manufacturing companies, for example, conduct customer surveys to find out how their products are being perceived by their customers and make necessary improvements. The online casino industry is no different. In recent years, the market has turned to technology to evaluate user experience on online casino sites and increase consumer engagement and loyalty. Here is a look at the top three tech trends that have spearheaded this movement. 1. AI Technology AI capabilities are as immense as they are impressive. One aspect of this technology that online casinos have latched onto is predictive analysis, or the ability to capture, collect, and evaluate vast amounts of data. When players log onto their accounts on South Carolina best legal online casinos, they create data every time they play a game, win, lose, deposit money, cash... Read more →


Man Tried to Pass a Counterfeit $20 in Gloucester Twp.

The pictured heavy-set black male wearing light blue zip-up hoody entered the Family Dollar on the Black Horse Pike at 8 PM on Tuesday, November 22nd and attempted to use counterfeit $20 bills to load funds to his CashApp card. The suspect fled the area prior to police arrival. If you can identify the suspect in the photos call the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-228-4500, or call our GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560. To send an Anonymous Tip via Text Message to Gloucester Township Police, text the keyword TIP GLOTWPPD and your tip message to 888777. You may also click here to access our Anonymous Web Tip Page: https://local.nixle.com/tip/alert/5170177 Our Anonymous Tip systems are NOT monitored 24/7. All incidents in Gloucester Township requiring IMMEDIATE police assistance must be called into GTPD at 856-228-4500. If you have an EMERGENCY or are witnessing a CRIME IN PROGRESS, CALL 911. Read more →


Camden County Announces Code Blue Advisory Wednesday Night into Friday Mornight

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Commissioner Virginia Betteridge, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the region will be under a Code Blue Advisory Wednesday evening into the morning of Friday, Dec. 2. The Health Officer has issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., beginning Nov. 30 and ending the morning of Dec. 2. Temperatures during the code blue will drop as low as 32 degrees. Please note that the new after-hours code blue emergency hotline is 2-1-1. “We’re seeing more seasonable temperatures as winter approaches,” Betteridge said. “And as the temperature drops to dangerously low levels, we need to make sure everyone is inside and away from these frigid elements. It’s also important that our elderly residents and those living with disabilities have their heat in working order and that all pets are brought indoors.”... Read more →


CC Board of Commissioners to Honor Seven Veterans

OAKLYN, NJ (November 30, 2022)--Veterans and their families will join the Board of Commissioners and other local officials for a ceremony where seven veterans will be honored with the Camden County Military Services Medals. Commissioner and Gold Star mother, Melinda Kane, liaison to the county’s Office of Veterans Affairs, talked about the importance of the ceremony for the municipality. “These men and women have displayed true bravery and patriotism; for that, they deserved to be honored,” Kane said. “We invite all residents of Camden County to join us in this celebrating these heroes and their service to our nation.” The Camden County Military Service Medals were created by the Board of Commissioners to honor the veterans of Camden County who have served the United States with honor and courage. The medals include the Vietnam Service Medal, the War on Terror Service Medal, the Military Service Medal, and the Korean War... Read more →


What is dice crypto and how does it work?

Dice crypto is a type of encryption that uses random numbers to create encrypted text. This text can only be read by someone who has the corresponding decryption key. This makes it a very secure form of encryption, as even if someone manages to get their hands on the encrypted text, they won't be able to read it without the key. How to buy dice crypto? Cryptocurrencies are digital or virtual tokens that use cryptography to secure their transactions and to control the creation of new units. Bitcoin, created in 2009, was the first cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not subject to government or financial institution control. This makes them appealing to those who distrust centralized systems. Cryptocurrencies are often traded on decentralized exchanges and can also be used to purchase goods and services. One of the most popular cryptocurrencies is Ethereum, which has a market capitalization of... Read more →


Kanji Noodle Bar Grand Opening in Piscataway

New Noodles in New Jersey Kanji Noodle Bar in Piscataway, NJ, Feeding First Responders and Hospital Workers During a Grand Opening Celebration on Thursday, December 8. PISCATAWAY, NJ--Kanji Noodle Bar is planning a Grand Opening celebration at 1326 Centennial Ave. in the Piscataway Town Center in Piscataway, New Jersey, on Thursday, December 8th at 4 p.m. The company is hoping to feed more than 100 first responders and hospital workers during the festivities. The 2,800-square-foot restaurant features 120 seats and will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11:30 a.m. through 10:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. “We’re hoping to feed more than 100 first responders and hospital workers from the Piscataway community during our Grand Opening celebration to give back to them after the more than two brutal years that they’ve been taking care of us during the Covid-19 pandemic,” said VP Beau Stickley.... Read more →


How to Play at a Mobile Bitcoin Casino

The first thing you need to do is find a reputable mobile bitcoin casino. Once you have done that, you will need to create an account and then deposit some bitcoins into that account. After that, you can start playing your favorite casino games. Most of the games at mobile bitcoin casinos are the same as the ones you would find at regular online casinos, but there are some that are specifically designed for mobile devices. When it comes to playing casino games with bitcoins, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First of all, you should always make sure you are playing at a reputable casino. Secondly, be aware of the risks involved with gambling with bitcoins. Finally, make sure you have a good understanding of how bitcoin works before you start gambling with them. The Advantages of Playing at a Mobile Bitcoin Casino There... Read more →


Samaritan's 2023 Celebration of Life Gala, Feb. 11

Mt. Laurel, NJ – Samaritan announced it will hold its annual Celebration of Life Gala, presented by Holman Enterprises, on Saturday, February 11, 2023 at 6 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Cherry Hill, N.J. This marks the return to an in-person format for the annual fundraising event, which celebrates Samaritan’s 40+ years of providing quality, compassionate care to more than 11,000 families annually throughout Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties. “We are so pleased that our 2023 Celebration of Life Gala will return to an in-person format this year, allowing us to share, celebrate and create meaningful moments together,” said Phillip W. Heath, president and CEO of Samaritan. “As our premier event, the Gala allows us to honor our organization’s mission to serve, while recognizing all of the generous people who make our organization uniquely Samaritan – team members, volunteers, Board members, community partners, supporters and advocates... Read more →


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Christopher Lamont Stimpson, Jr., 24, of Greensboro, NC, Sentenced to Prison for Stealing Puppies from Lancaster

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Christopher Lamont Stimpson, Jr., 24, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was sentenced to six years and six months in prison, three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $1,660 in restitution by United States District Court Judge Edward G. Smith for robbing a Lancaster County puppy breeder and his family at gunpoint in order to steal five French Bulldog puppies in October 2020. In April 2022, the defendant was convicted of robbery, which interferes with interstate commerce (Hobbs Act robbery), and interstate transportation of stolen goods in connection with the robbery. Evidence presented at trial proved that to gain access to the puppies, dogs with a total value of more than $23,000, Stimpson posed as a customer seeking to purchase five French Bulldog puppies, only to pull out a gun, point it at the victims, and steal the animals. One... Read more →


Delaware's Hunting /Trapping Seasons Open in December

Additional Delaware hunting and trapping seasons are set to open in December, including a special antlerless deer season, which opens on Dec. 10 and extends through Dec. 18, and multiple furbearer trapping seasons opening Dec. 1, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Duck, Canada goose, woodcock, snipe and other hunting seasons also open during the month. Archery and crossbow hunters are reminded that they are not allowed to harvest antlered deer during the special December antlerless deer season. Deer hunting is allowed on all Sundays through Jan. 31, 2023, using only those hunting methods legal for the respective established deer hunting seasons, with additional information available at de.gov/sundayhunt. All deer harvested by hunters must be registered online within 24 hours at de.gov/digitaldnrec or by calling toll free 855-DEL-HUNT (855-335-4868). Successful deer hunters who wish to donate venison to those in need are encouraged to participate... Read more →


The Carbon Footprint of Qatar's Massive $220B FIFA World Cup

Michael Fisher I TradingPedia Since Qatar won the bid in 2010 to host the FIFA 2022 World Cup, the country has been busy preparing for the prestigious event set to kick off on November 20. The World Cup, which will see 32 national teams compete, starting with a match between Qatar and Ecuador, will attract some 1.5 million visitors to the tiny desert country. The tournament is expected to bring $4.5 billion in revenue (for FIFA). However, is dwarfed by the estimated investment of $220 billion Qatar has had to make to prepare for the World Cup. This includes the construction of seven new stadiums and the renovation of another one as well as the building of roads, hotels, a metro system and other infrastructure necessary to accommodate such a huge amount of visitors to a country which is practically a desert. It is unclear how much Qatar itself will... Read more →


Kathryn Lillian Weist, of Mt. Ephraim, 30 year Gloucester City School Bus Driver

Kathryn Lillian Weist, age 90 of Mount Ephraim, NJ, passed away November 24, 2022. Kathryn was the wife of the late James Weist, Sr. She was born in Mount Ephraim to the late Henry Mingle, Sr, and Mary (Adleton) Mingle. Kathryn worked as a school bus driver for over 30 years. Those who rode her bus from the Gloucester City School District will remember her as "Miss Kate." We have been blessed with the presence of Kathryn in our lives. Her children will miss her: Diane Vilardo and her husband Fred of Albrightsville, PA, Judi Fox and her husband Terence of West Deptford, NJ, and Patti Fayer of Edgewater Park. NJ. She was the loving grandmother to Jeff, Jay, and Christi Vilardo, James Weist, III, Tess, and Ian Fox, and the loving great-grandmother of Greg Veach, Jaymi and Zach Vilardo, Morgan and Declan Weist. She is also survived by brother... Read more →


Stephen Bennett, 46, of Berlin NJ Found Guilty

Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison for Defrauding COVID-19 Relief Programs and Illegally Possessing a Firearm CAMDEN, N.J. – A Camden County, New Jersey, resident was sentenced to 41 months in prison for his role in fraudulently obtaining Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) benefits, fraudulently obtaining unemployment benefits, and illegally possessing a firearm, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced today. Stephen Bennett, 46, of Berlin, New Jersey, previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Karen M. Williams to an information charging him with one count of bank fraud conspiracy, one count of wire fraud, and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. Judge Williams imposed the sentence on Nov. 21, 2022, in Camden federal court. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: In 2020, Bennett conspired with Rhonda Thomas, 38, of Sicklerville, New Jersey, to submit... Read more →


CNB Guest Opinion: Parents Give Disney A Wake-Up Call

November 29, 2022 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Disney’s latest box office failure: The most common word used by reviewers of Disney’s new film, “Strange World,” was “bombs.” Disney expected to bring in $30 to $40 million over Thanksgiving weekend but netted only $18.6 million. That’s pretty bad considering it cost $180 million to make the flick. It is expected to cost Disney $100 million when the final numbers are posted. The Wrap called it “one of Disney’s biggest failures ever,” saying it was the “biggest animated bomb in 20 years.” What happened? Those who live inside the Hollywood bubble can’t figure it out. But parents can. “Strange World” was the first animated movie for children featuring a gay teen romance. That’s not what most parents want their kids to see: they don’t want to sexualize their children. Disney was founded as a family-friendly organization. In more recent... Read more →


Animal Protection Organizations Take Legal Action to Stop NJ Bear Hunt

TRENTON, New Jersey (Nov. 29, 2022) ─ Today, a coalition of state and national animal protection groups, including the Animal Protection League of New Jersey, the Humane Society of the United States, and Friends of Animals, launched an emergency court challenge to the black bear trophy hunt that is scheduled to begin Dec. 5. The hunt was authorized by the New Jersey Fish and Game Council earlier this month. Hunt clubs nominate six of the Council’s eleven members. The animal groups are challenging the Council’s misuse of an emergency rulemaking loophole to bypass required procedures that guarantee the public the right to weigh in and require the Council to respond to said public comments. Despite having ample time to comply with these procedures, the Council forced through a last-minute emergency rule, leaving the public no time to respond. The lawsuit seeks emergency relief stopping the Dec. 5 hunt. The hunt... Read more →


Clifford Luther, age 97, of Voorhees formerly of Camden City; Retired Truck Driver

On November 15, 2022. Age 97. Of Voorhees Township and formerly of Camden City. Beloved and cherished Godfather of Gary Waldo of Glassboro and his wife and children. Clifford was born in Aiken, South Carolina, and lived in Camden City before recently residing in Voorhees Township until his passing. He worked as a truck driver for Brass Elegans Inc. in Cherry Hill. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Clifford's graveside service and burial on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, at 10:30 am at Land of Canaan Cemetery: 678 South Fairview Road, Elk Township, NJ 08028. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Clifford Luther. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be made through: McCann - Healey Funeral Home: Gloucester City. Phone: 856 - 456 - 1142 Read more →


Proprietors Park Now Has Free Public WiFi; Coming Soon Video/Recording of Public Meetings

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 29, 2022)(CNBnews)--Mayor Baile and City Council are pleased to announce that we have installed free public WiFi at Proprietors Park. This project is completed as part of our Community Development Block Grant COVID funding. Other projects will include installing video and recording technology in the Courtroom to record public meetings and providing monitors in senior buildings for improved public engagement. The funding of $370,764 will also provide grants to City businesses that were negatively impacted by the pandemic. For more information, contact Lori Ryan at lryan@cityofgloucester.orgwww.cityofgloucester.org/subscribe Read more →


UK Looking To Upgrade Cannabis To Class A: Is It The Right Thing To Do?

For much of the world, there’s been a progressive nature to the legalization, regulation and production of cannabis, with many countries around the world have changed their stance to be more liberal when it comes to the consumption of the drug. However, reports coming out of the UK are bucking that trend, with senior figures in the government and police pushing forward recommendations that cannabis shouldn’t be legalized, but actually bumped up to a Class A drug. It comes at an interesting time for the nation and other addictive substances within society. With more people overdosing on opioids than ever before, whilst addiction counselling is becoming more common than ever before, many people are suggesting that the priorities of the government aren’t quite where they should be, and more focus should be given to these problem areas. Meanwhile, there are no recorded deaths of cannabis overdose worldwide. Compare that to... Read more →


Camden County NJ Most Wanted: Seven of the Twelve Suspects Wanted for Sexual Assault

Kendall Almanzar...charge of 1st-degree Narcotics SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER... Christopher Tompkins... 1st-degree Narcotics Distribution. SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER... Cesar Abreu... 1st-degree Narcotics and Weapons c h a r g e s SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Cesar Sanchez... 1st-degree Narcotics and Weapons c h a r g e s SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER... Asdrubal Rodriguez...charge of 1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault on a minor child SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Jose Paniagua...1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a minor child SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Gerardo Bautista...1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a minor child SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Hector Bautista...1st degree Attempted Murder Camden City SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Magdaleno Munoz-Lozano.. 1st-degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a minor child out of Woodlynne SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Baltazar Perez-Tovar...1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a minor child out of Magnolia Boro SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Ismael Galeano...1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault. SUBMIT TIPVIEW FLYER Brian Rivers..1st degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a minor... Read more →


Holiday Bazaar in Camden City, Saturday, Dec. 3

CAMDEN CITY NJ --Join Camden Special Services District and Idea Center For The Arts on December 3rd for a Holiday Bazaar with vendors and live music. For more info, visit Eventbrite: https://eventbrite.com/e/holiday-bazaar-tickets-471188095277 Read more →


Camden City Fugitive Captured in Dominican Republic

Camden CITY, NJ- A fugitive wanted in Camden on narcotics charges since November 2018 has been apprehended in the Dominican Republic by the U.S. Marshals Service and returned to Camden City, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. On May 16, 2018, Kendall Almanzar, 37, of Camden City was arrested by detectives of the Narcotics Unit of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. He was charged with first-degree Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, 3rd-degree Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine within 1,000 feet of a School Property and 3rd-degree Possession with an Intent to Distribute Cocaine within 500 feet of Public Housing or Park. Following his arrest in May 2018, Almanzar was released from jail and fled. A bench warrant was issued on November 13, 2018, and Almanzar was then added to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office’s Most Wanted List. Through further investigation, Almanzar was located in the Dominican Republic.... Read more →


GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC'S ANNUAL BASKET AUCTION SET FOR APRIL 20, 2023

Gloucester Catholic's 17th Annual Basket Auction Set for April 20, 2023: Please Support Our Fundraiser for Ram Students! GCHS is so excited to announce the 17th Annual Maroon & Gold Basket Auction on April 20th, 2023. This fundraiser solely benefits the students of Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School. We need your help, and no gift/contribution is too small. We have set up an easy sign-up with a variety of options. Once you decide on your donation, mail it to the address below or send it in with your child c/o Heather Mondel, Basket Auction Donation. YOU will notify you once we have received it. Click Here to Register Your Donation! We thank you in advance for making this event a huge success. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Heather Mondel at heathermondel@yahoo.com. Donations can be mailed to: Gloucester Catholic Junior Senior High School... Read more →


How to Incorporate Poker Cheat Sheet Into Your Game

A poker cheat sheet is a handy tool for players of all levels. They provide essential information on hand rankings, pot odds, and other key concepts that can help you make better decisions at the table. A cheat sheet can be a great starting point for learning the game if you're new to poker. Even experienced players can benefit from having a reminder of key concepts. Here are 10 ways you can use a poker cheat sheet to improve your game: Use it as a starting point to learn the game. Poker is a complex game that can take years to master. With so many different strategies, ranging from the basics of hand rankings and odds to more advanced concepts like bluffing and reading your opponents, there is much to learn before you can truly call yourself a poker pro. However, some tools can help beginners start their journey toward... Read more →


Wheels of Change 2022 Clothing Drive

Wheels of Change we are always collecting but are desperate for coats and boys' and men's clothing. It is cold, so many are calling for coats and warm clothing. PM me if you need to know the drop-off location and time. Read more →


Camden County Identifies 447 COVID-19 CASES

447 new cases were identified between 11/23 to 11/28 (Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Department of Health is announcing 346 new positive cases of COVID-19 between Wednesday, November 23 and Monday, November 28Additionally, there were 101 cases detected through antigen testing, bringing the total number of cases 447. The aggregate number of confirmed positive cases in Camden County to 130,521 and 1,739 total fatalities. The outcomes from these antigen tests, unlike the results from the polymerase chain reaction (PCR), are probable positive cases. These daily numbers are added to our aggregated lab-tested PCR metrics. Of the 346 cases, 44 are among patients under 18 years old. The average age of the newly infected is 47 years old. Wednesday’s cases involve residents living in the following municipalities: Audubon 1 Audubon Park 0 Barrington 0 Bellmawr 0 Berlin Boro 0 Berlin Twp. 3 Brooklawn 0 Camden 9 Cherry Hill 6... Read more →


Cooper University Health Care’s Credit Rating Upgraded

Cooper University Health Care Credit Rating Improves to “A-“ Its Highest Rating (CAMDEN CITY, NJ) (CNBNEWSNET)– Cooper University Health Care’s credit rating for bonds issued by Camden County Improvement Authority was upgraded by S&P Global Ratings (S&P) to an “A-“ from “BBB+.” Cooper’s new credit rating is the highest it has been in its 135-year history. “This upgrade speaks to the remarkable turnaround Cooper University Health Care has made from near bankruptcy at the turn of the century to today’s strong financial position,” said George E. Norcross, III, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Cooper University Health Care. “This achievement is a testament to the commitment of the thousands of Cooper team members who work, day and night, to provide the best health care to our patients.” S&P cited Cooper management’s focus “on cost containment and revenue enhancement.” S&P also noted MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper has “boosted... Read more →


Raul R. Tamayo, 54, of Lindenwold

Lindenwold - On November 24, 2022. Age 54. Born in Manila, Phillipines, he was the son of the late Jose Tamayo and is survived by his mother Ligaya R. Tamayo. Raul is also survived by his devoted children, Jhea Tamayo, Krissia Tamayo, Ian Tamayo; loving wife, Jeannie Tamayo; brothers, Roel Tamayo, Rene Tamayo; sister, Jocelyn Shapiro; many nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be celebrated on Thursday, December 1, 2022 at 12:00 pm at the Fellowship Alliance Chapel, 199 Church Road, Medford, NJ, where family and friends may visit from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Honoring his wishes, his cremation will follow services privately. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Raul R. Tamayo. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →


CNB Business News: KOP Grill & Tavern Launches Winter Menu

Featuring Comfort Foods & ‘Winter Warmer’ Cocktails on National Comfort Food Day, December 5th KING OF PRUSSIA, PA (CNBNewsnet)--Chef Daniel Waller of KOP Grill & Tavern is introducing a winter menu, focused on foods that are known to be comforting during the colder months to celebrate National Comfort Food Day, Monday, December 5th. The seasonal menu will feature Pot Roast with Mashed Potatoes ($24), Homemade Meatloaf with Mash Potatoes and Green Beans topped with Brown Gravy ($20), and Southern Fried Chicken with Mac & Cheese and Broccoli ($22). Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup ($9) will be available, with the option to add Pulled Pork, Angus Burger or sliced Steak to the grilled cheese for an additional ($5), as well as Mac & Cheese ($13) with the option to add Pulled Pork or Brisket for an additional ($5), and Crabmeat or Prime Rib for an additional ($6). And on Thursday’s, Waller... Read more →


Camden County Authorities Investigating Camden Homicide

Camden CITY NJ (November 28, 2022)--- Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a 41-year-old man on Friday evening in Camden, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On Friday, November 25, 2022, at approximately 6:46 p.m., Camden County Police received a 911 call with a report of a person shot at the 1100 block of Princess Avenue in Camden. Officers arrived at the scene and located a male victim, suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was identified as Leonttayy Pratt, 41, of Camden. Pratt was transported to Cooper University Hospital and he was pronounced deceased at 7:17 p.m. This investigation is active and ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit Detective Daniel Crawford at (856) 580-2223 and Camden County Police Department Detective Brian Ford at (609) 519-6927. Tips can also be sent anonymously to... Read more →


CODE BLUE ISSUED BY CAMDEN COUNTY HEALTH DEPT.

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Commissioner Virginia Betteridge, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the region will be under a Code Blue Advisory Monday evening into the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 29. The Health Officer has issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., beginning November 28 and ending the morning of November 29. Temperatures during the code blue will drop as low as 32 degrees. Please note that the new after-hours code blue emergency hotline is 2-1-1. “As we move closer towards winter, we’re seeing more seasonable temperatures,” Betteridge said. “We must ensure everyone is inside and away from these frigid elements. It’s also important that our elderly or residents with disabilities have their heat in working order and that all pets are brought indoors.” When the Camden County Health Officer declares a Code Blue... Read more →


IT'S BACK! Cranford's Home for the Holidays House Tour

CRANFORD, NJ --Cranford’s Annual Home for the Holidays House Tour is back. The self-directed tour features five beautiful homes lovingly decorated for the holidays, on Sunday, December 4 - from 12 to 4 pm. Attendees will be guided through each home, where volunteers share information on the special details of each one. “The club is excited to bring the House Tour back as an important fundraiser for scholarships and for Project Home. The Tour is a fun way for residents to share their beautiful homes. We greatly appreciate our homeowners because they are supporting our efforts to give back to Cranford,” said Kendall O'Brien, President of the Cranford Women’s Club. Tickets are available via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-for-the-holidays-house-tour-tickets-455125280967 or can be purchased directly at the library, Augusta Mae, Hickory & Hill or Periwinkles for $30. The Cranford Woman’s Club: The Cranford Woman’s Club, founded in 1949, is a “volunteer organization richly rooted... Read more →


Gloucester City's Annual Winter Wonderland Program

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--(CNBNewsnet)--The City of Gloucester City will present its annual Winter Wonderland program on Thursday, December 8, starting at 6:30 PM. There will be a Santa Ride Procession with fire trucks starting at Fire Headquarters on King Street down Monmouth Street towards Johnson Blvd. On Saturday, December 10, from 3 PM to 7 PM, there will be family fun and many food trucks at Proprietors Park, King Street. Read more →


YOUR MONEY: How Much Has Organic Recycling Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Cost Gloucester City Taxpayers?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 28, 2022)(CNBNews)--Last November, Rocco D'Antonio, head of Gloucester City Organic Recycling LLC (GCOR), announced that he filed a $10.5 million lawsuit against the taxpayers for breach of contract. In 2010 D'Antonio agreed with the City to build a compost plant named Organic Diversions in the Southport industrial area near the end of Water Street. CNBNews graphic file D'Antonio said the lawsuit was filed in March 2021 because city officials didn't live up to their part of the contract. BARON & BRENNAN, P.A. of Voorhees represent D'Antonio. The City has hired ARCHER & GREINER of Haddonfield to represent the taxpayers. According to a recent CNBNEWS OPRA request filed in October with the City's Custodian of Records, the lawsuit has cost Gloucester City residents over $250,000 AS OF SEPTEMBER 2022. See itemized purchase order below. The city failed to prepare the site... Read more →


Gloucester City Officers Honored for Rescue of a Woman

photo provided GLOUCESTER CITY Detective/Sgt. Carl DePoder (left) and Officer John Bryszewski Jr., along with Officer Sean Gartland (not shown) were honored at the NJ State PBA Valor Awards Ceremony for saving the life of a woman who drove her car off of Freedom Pier, King, and Cumberland Streets, into the Delaware River on April 28, 2022. During the water rescue, three Good Samaritans helped load the female onto their boat and transported the female and officers to the floating dock of the North Wind Schooner. Those smaritans included Michael Natrin (Oxford, PA), Stratis Tiniakos (Egg Harbor Township, NJ), and Gene Blemmings (Deptford, NJ). RELATED: Woman Drives Vehicle Off of Freedom Pier into Delaware River Read more →


Pennsylvania Online Casinos Continue to Set Records

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Nov 23, 2022 (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania’s online casinos and sports betting have had another record month. In October, Pennsylvanians placed $797 million in sports wagers, a 24% increase over September. “While year-over-year sports betting growth is beginning to level off, the online casino market continues to show tremendous growth,” PlayPennsylvania Analyst Chris Imperiale said. “Pennsylvania online casinos' $151 million October gross gaming revenue is an all-time, all-market record for online gaming in the U.S.” CNBNews graphic file In the latest figures from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, total revenue compared to October 2021 was up 5.7% to $450 million. Sports revenue in particular exploded to $40.5 million, a 72% increase. Online slots grew to $86 million in October, a 22% boost, followed by a 21.7% growth in online tables revenue to $35.7 million. The gambling brought in $183.7 million in tax... Read more →


Gloucester City History: Historic Postcard/Photo of Remains of the Frigate Augusta

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 28, 2022)(CNBNews)--Going thru an old file belonging to my father, George F. Sr., I discovered the photo/postcard below given to my dad by Mayor Fred Floyd, a Republican, who was elected mayor in 1955. He succeeded Philip Rea, 1950-1954, also a Republican. In the 1950s, Gloucester City Historian Harry Green sent the picture below to Mayor Floyd about the remains of the historic Frigate Augusta sunk on October 22, 1777, at the battle of Red Bank, National Park. Some of the lumber from that ship landed at the foot of Market Street, Gloucester City. Floyd wrote, "This is the only remaining historic landmark existing in our City, and I think a cut of this should be used in the proposed history. It is not known if that ever happened. The U.S. Coast Guard Base appears to be in the foreground.... Read more →


Gloucester City Police Dept. and PBA Local 40 Spreading Christmas and Holiday Cheer

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 28, 2022)--The Gloucester City Police Department and Gloucester City PBA Local 40 want to spread Christmas and Holiday cheer throughout Gcity! Beginning December 12, an officer from each shift will be surprising one resident each night with a small prize for the best-decorated house! The contest will last for 12 nights until December 23. They hope to share the winner from each night to show off some of the best-decorated homes in Gloucester City so everyone can enjoy! There is no registration or special requirements, according to the organizers. (animated image CNBNews files) Read more →


Catherine C. Loux (nee Giambrone), of Bellmawr

Catherine C. Loux (nee Giambrone), on November 19, 2022, of Bellmawr. Age 88. Beloved wife of the late Al Loux. Devoted mother to Linda Broadbent (Randy), Charles "Tommy" Ryan (Sharelle), and Maria Radke (the late Scott). Loving grandmother of Danielle (JR), Charles (Stephanie), Tracy (Kenny), Lisa, Cory, Tyler, and Tiffani "Belle" (Marquise). Cherished great-grandmother of Joseph, Rocco, Haleigh, Zoeigh, Reagan, A-lexeigh, Oakleigh, Marlei, and Carter. Catherine is also survived by her cat Chloe and many nieces and nephews. Catherine loved cooking and her dishes will be missed. Interment is private at the request of the family. Read more →


CNBNews Travel Alert: New Gas Main for Pennsauken, Expect Road Closure

(Lindenwold, NJ) – PSE&G will install a new gas main on Union Avenue in Pennsauken from Monday, November 28 to Friday, December 2. CNBNews graphic files There will be a full road closure of Union Avenue as crews move down Union Avenue between Park Avenue and Maple Avenue. Closures include between Park and Pennsylvania avenues, between Marion and Pennsylvania avenues, between Orchard Avenue and Collins Lane and between Collins Lane and Maple Avenue. “Since crews will be working in several locations during peak commuting hours, motorists should plan to take alternate routes to avoid any delays,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “Also, remember that when you’re traveling through a construction area, please slow down and stay alert for crew members and debris.” Daily work hours are between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. The Camden County Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining... Read more →


Things to Know About the Facts Of Online Betting.

Most online gambling portals run trustworthy businesses. Even if they wanted to take advantage of you, they could not get away with it. They don't need to, either. They are reputable businesses that must adhere to standards. They can be relied upon to protect your finances and personal information. Different nations have different internet gambling regulations. Online gambling is under certain conditions in some countries but not in others. Laws banning internet poker and casinos have been in other countries. People may still transfer money while placing a wager, but the restrictions do not prevent them from gambling. The extent of these nations' efforts to control gambling is limited to forbidding institutions from receiving money from betting websites. For more details about online betting try this link 12bet login in india Facts and Purposes Of Online Betting. Gaming makes more money the more customers it has. These websites put a... Read more →


Street Construction Continues in Camden City

(Lindenwold, NJ) – PSE&G will return to Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard in Camden to install natural gas services from Monday, November 28 to Friday, December 2, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. There will be a lane shift on Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard between South 3rd Street and Broadway. Also, PSE&G will install services to the new gas main on State Street in Camden from Monday, November 28, to Friday, December 2, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. There will be alternating traffic with flaggers on State Street between North 7th and North 10th streets. “Since crews will be working in an area with heavy traffic, motorists should plan to take an alternate route ahead of time to avoid delays,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “When traveling through a construction area, please slow down and stay alert for crew members... Read more →


Gail Ann Aversa, 82, (nee Gallimore) of Runnemede

Gail Ann Aversa (nee Gallimore), on November 21, 2022, of Runnemede. Age 82. Beloved wife of John Aversa for 60 years. Devoted mother of Sandra Jones (John) and Doreen Power (Craig). Loving Mom Mom of William Longfellow, Lauren Longfellow, Mikaela Power, and Hailey Power. Beloved daughter of the late Edward and Alice (nee Cook) Gallimore. Dear sister of Richard Gallimore and the late Dolores Gallimore. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Gail was a member of Runnemede Seniors. There will be a viewing from 9:30am to 10:30am on Monday, November 28, 2022 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 11am at Holy Child Parish, St. Teresa RC Church, Runnemede. Entombment New St. Mary's Mausoleum, Bellmawr. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Gail's memory to the American Diabetes Association, PO Box 7023, Merrifield, VA 22116-7023 (www.diabetes.org) or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis,... Read more →


PSE&G Installing new Gas Main in Pennsauken

(Lindenwold, NJ) – PSE&G will be installing a new gas main on Union Avenue in Pennsauken from Monday Nov. 28 to Friday, Dec. 2. There will be a full road closure of Union Avenue as crews move down Union Avenue between Park Avenue and Maple Avenue. Closures include between Park and Pennsylvania avenues, between Marion and Pennsylvania avenues, between Orchard Avenue and Collins Lane and between Collins Lane and Maple Avenue. “Since crews will be working in several locations during peak commuting hours, motorists should plan to take alternate routes to avoid any delays,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “Also, remember that when you’re traveling through a construction area, please slow down and stay alert for crew members and debris.” Daily work hours are between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. The Camden County Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining over 1,200... Read more →


Arthur J. Kosciuk, 92, of Audubon

Peacefully on November 17, 2022, with his family by his side, of Audubon, NJ. Age 92 years. Beloved husband of 58 years to the late Rita M. Kosciuk. Dear father of Mary C. Kosciuk, Eileen M. (Michael) Whilleson and Michael Kosciuk. He is also survived by two grandchildren, Megan M. Mooney and Kaitlyn J. Kosciuk; and two great-grandchildren, Siobhan and Liam. Funeral Service and interment will be private at the convenience of the family. The family requests contributions be made in his memory to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, Audubon & Collingswood, NJ. Read more →


Gloucester City Helping Hand Food Drive Saturday

The Gloucester City Helping Hand Food Pantry is holding its annual Holiday Food Drive on for your generosity Saturday, December 10. (Rain Date Sunday, December 11. Residents are asked to leave unperishable food items outside their door in a bag. Besides Gloucester City, the volunteers will also collect food from the people living in nearby Brooklawn. More information below Read more →


Women's Basketball: Rowan Ran Past Salisbury

GLASSBORO, NJ(November 26, 2022)-- -- Rowan ran past Salisbury, 71-54, Saturday afternoon in the home opener for the Profs. Grace Marshall netted 13 points with Nicole Mallard and Savanna Holt each kicking 11 as the Profs put together its third win in a row. Marshall and Holt combined to hit five of the team's seven three-pointers on the day. For Salisbury, Ashlynn Burrows and Emma Wivell scored 12 points apiece respectively. Holt's triple gave the home team a 10-point lead in the latter stages of the first quarter before the Sea Gulls cut it to 22-17. Now tied at 22-22 early in the second, the Profs closed the stanza on a 14-2 run to lead 36-24 at the half. The lead remained in double figures in the third, but Rowan kept the foot on the pedal. Another scoring run leading into the fourth quarter (14-0) was capped by a bucket... Read more →