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March 2024

Gloucester City School District Autism Fun Run

The Gloucester City School District is excited to announce its annual Autism Fun Run, which will take place on Saturday, April 13th, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon. The event is open to the public and will feature a fun run/walk, a motorcycle and car show, and food vendors. Please note that the event is designed to be a safe and comfortable environment for individuals with autism. Only therapy dogs are allowed at the event, as they provide emotional support for those in attendance. We ask that you do not bring any other pets to the event to ensure the... Read more →


Marie T. DiCiano, age 60 of Westville, Gloucester High Alum

Marie T. DiCiano, (nee Geib) "Queenie" of Westville, New Jersey, passed away on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. She was 60. Legacy Born in Camden, NJ and raised in Gloucester City, Marie graduated from Gloucester City High School in 1982. She later attended Gloucester County College for Certification as a Central Service Technician and was employed by Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Away from work, Marie enjoyed playing BINGO, hosting parties, preparing meals for her family. She enjoyed an eclectic variety of music from Elton John all the way to the Bee Gees and countless Classic Rock Artists. Marie also loves... Read more →


Jo-Ann M. James, of Gloucester City, GCHS Alum Class of 77, Past waitress of O'Donnell's

On March 26, 2024. Age 65. Of Gloucester City. Loving and devoted wife of 12 years to the late Michael J. James, Sr. Loving sister of Michael Neilio (Maria), Herbert J. Neilio, Jr. (Colleen), Toni Bobiak (Joe), Linda Newlin (Tom). Cherished aunt to many nieces and nephews. Jo-Ann was born in Woodbury, NJ on June 12, 1958 to the late Herbert J. Neilio, Sr. and Jean A. (Kemmer) Neilio. She was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School class of 1977. Jo-Ann later worked as a waitress for several area restaurant including O’Donnell’s in Gloucester City, NJ. She was also... Read more →


Alter Ego Experience Brings Electrifying Trip Through Time to Resorts Casino Hotel

to Resorts Casino Hotel Amazing multi-tribute concert band lights up the Superstar Theater on Saturday, May 25th ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (March 29, 2024) – Guests hoping to kick off Memorial Day Weekend with the ultimate dance party can look no further than Resorts Casino Hotel. Alter Ego Experienceis bringing Top 40 hits from the 70s through the 2000s and beyond, complete with live music, dance and infectious energy, to the Superstar Theater on Saturday, May 25th. Doors open at 7:00pm and the party starts at 8:00pm. Tickets are $35, $45 and $55 and on sale Saturday, March 30th via ticketmaster.com.... Read more →


Party for Socialism and Liberation Demonstrates in Center City

Philadelphia, PA - March 30, 2024 - On late Saturday afternoon, the Philadelphia Police Department's 6th District responded to protest activity shortly before 4 pm. The protest was held at Westbound 676 at Broad St. About 350 members of the "Party for Socialism and Liberation" suddenly rushed onto the westbound 676 road, causing disruptions to traffic flow. At some point, approximately 320 members of the group peacefully dispersed from the area and began walking through Center City without incident. However, several members remained on westbound 676, prompting law enforcement intervention. As a result, the Pennsylvania State Police arrested those individuals.... Read more →


How Do Live Dealers Work On Online Casinos

Live dealer games have revolutionized online casinos by bridging the gap between virtual and physical gambling experiences. These games feature real dealers operating in real-time from casino studios, using physical cards, roulette wheels, and other casino equipment. The action is streamed live to players' devices, allowing them to interact with the dealers and other players through a chat interface, adding a social element often missing in standard online games. This setup not only enhances the authenticity of the gaming experience but also assures players of the fairness of the games, as they can see the game unfold in real-time, just... Read more →


Van Drew Requests Criminal Investigation into Atlantic City Housing Authority

Atlantic City, NJ - Today, Congressman Van Drew visited Stanley Holmes Village to speak with residents and to view firsthand their inhumane and unsafe living conditions. Following this visit, Congressman Van Drew announced that he is requesting the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to open an investigation into the Atlantic City Housing Authority (the Authority) to determine if any criminal violations have been committed in the past five years. That letter can be viewed here. "The neglect and outright abandonment of Stanley Holmes Village residents by the Authority is unacceptable," said... Read more →


Ways to Increase your Chances in Acing the Lottery Game

ARTICLE IMAGE There are many ways to increase your chances of winning the lottery game. Some people say that playing the lottery is a waste of time and money, but if you know how to play it right, you can actually win big. As the experienced Liam Wilson says, there are ways to better your chances of winning the lottery. Do's and Dont's in playing lottery Although it is evident that purchasing several lottery tickets boosts your chances of winning, most thrifty and rational individuals will never purchase more than one. The prices mount up, but every lottery-winning guide believes... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report: Trout Season Open

​ Many parents, mentors, and young anglers braved the cold rain for Maryland’s first youth trout fishing day. Our young anglers, despite cold fingers and wet weather, had a great time, and it is sure to be a day everyone involved will long remember. You can check out our online collection of photos of smiling young anglers on Youth Trout Fishing Day. On Saturday, March 30, the fun and excitement starts all over again with Maryland’s traditional opening day of trout season. Anglers young and old will be fishing for put and take waters generously stocked with trout by the... Read more →


Ensuring Purity and Safety: What to Look for in Your Next THC Cartridge

With the increasing acceptance and legalization of cannabis for recreational and medicinal purposes, the market for THC cartridges has exploded. These convenient, discreet devices offer a way to consume cannabis without the smoke and odor of traditional methods. However, with this booming market comes a plethora of options, and not all cartridges are created equal. Ensuring the purity and safety of the THC cartridge you choose is paramount to a positive experience. This article aims to guide you through the critical aspects to consider, helping you decide on your next purchase. Understanding THC Cartridge Composition THC cartridges, often referred to... Read more →


From Soil to Oil: The Journey of Cannabis Strains and Their Health Implications

The cannabis plant, with its complex chemical makeup and varied strains, has journeyed from the ancient soils of its origins to the modern laboratories where its oils are extracted for medicinal and therapeutic uses. This journey encapsulates centuries of agricultural evolution, scientific research, and sociopolitical changes that have collectively shaped the current landscape of cannabis usage for health and wellness. Understanding this journey, from the cultivation of diverse cannabis strains to the extraction and application of cannabis oil, is essential for recognizing its potential health implications. Cultivation and Strain Diversity Genetic Diversity and Cultivation Practices The foundation of cannabis’s journey... Read more →


NJ Students Named to Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

BATON ROUGE, LA (03/28/2024)-- The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Elizabeth Boyle of Wall Township (07719) at The University of Alabama. Michael Helvitson of Pennsville (08070) at Campbell University. Julianna Morris of Burlington (08016) at The College of New Jersey. Jenna Sprigman of Mickleton (08056) at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. Tyler Semon of Cherry Hill (08003) at United States Military Academy. Maya Feinstein of Haddonfield (08033) at University of Delaware. Nigel Patterson of Oaklyn (08107) at University... Read more →


Collingswood Teen Knocks Out 46-Year-Old Man in Mt. Ephraim, Victim Critical

Mount Ephraim, N.J. (March 29, 2024)--– A juvenile has been charged with an assault that severely injured a man in Mount Ephraim on Saturday night, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Mount Ephraim Police Chief Brian Conte. On Saturday, March 23, 2024, at approximately 10:40 p.m., Mount Ephraim Police Department officers were dispatched to the parking lot of a business located at 20 West Kings Highway, Mount Ephraim, for the report of an unconscious male. Upon arrival, officers located the victim, a 46-yearold male from Mount Ephraim, lying on the ground, suffering from an apparent head injury. The... Read more →


Justice Must Be for All, Not Just a Few

Recently, William E. Cleary Sr. CNBNews Editor and Publisher, and his son, William E. Cleary Jr., had to endure such a stressful situation due to false charges brought against them by the Gloucester City Police Department. Over several months they were summoned to court six times to answered charges of trespassing and theft that were never proven. Not knowning how many more times they would have to appear in court they pleaded guilty to a plea agreeement and each had to pay a $500 fine. It is even more disheartening to know that some of the people responsible for this... Read more →


Tips For Choosing The Best Casino App In USA

How Do Live Dealers Work On Online Casinos Live dealer games have revolutionized online casinos by bridging the gap between virtual and physical gambling experiences. These games feature real dealers operating in real-time from casino studios, using physical cards, roulette wheels, and other casino equipment. The action is streamed live to players' devices, allowing them to interact with the dealers and other players through a chat interface, adding a social element often missing in standard online games. This setup not only enhances the authenticity of the gaming experience but also assures players of the fairness of the games, as they... Read more →


Cleary's Faced With Mounting Legal Costs and Criminal Fines Surrender; Accept Plea Deal

"Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel." ~Mark Twain UPDATED/CORRECTED William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor As some of you may already know, my son and I were charged with trespassing on the Cold Springs School property and accused of stealing a small child's bench last October. The bench in question was actually broken and discarded in a trash pile next to a dumpster. If I had managed to fix it successfully, I would have given it to one of my great-grandchildren. On October 10, a video of the two of us behind th... Read more →


CNB NEWS: February /March Cheers and Jeers

JEER—According to salary.com, the average salary for a Chief of Police in New Jersey is $131,100, with a typical range between $123,800 and $139,100. However, here in Gloucester City, the police chief is paid a salary between $125,000 and $240,000, but for some strange reason, the exact amount of this employee's compensation is not listed. This is a secret being kept from the taxpayers by their elected leaders, and it's unacceptable that such information is not disclosed. Once again, the residents are kept in the dark, and they are the ones paying the chief's salary. Shame on Mayor Baile and... Read more →


BLACKWOOD RESIDENT PLEADS GUILTY FILING FALSE TAX RETURNS

CAMDEN CITY N.J. – A Camden County,businessman admitted filing false tax returns that failed to report all of his income, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced today. Anthony Cardellia, 59, of Blackwood, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Christine P. O’Hearn in Camden federal court on March 12, 2024, to an information charging him with one count of making and subscribing a false income tax return. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Barreras owned, operated, and worked at home improvement contractors in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Cardellia admitted that during 2016 and... Read more →


Spring Opening Events for Sipping Season at New Jersey Wineries and Vineyards

Haddonfield, NJ - With Spring weather opening everything outdoors, there’s a Season Opening Event near you with the Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA) ready to share the details. From just outside Philadelphia to minutes from New York City to the Jersey Shore, you don’t need to travel far for award-winning wine destinations and scenic vineyards that will remind you why New Jersey is the Garden State. Here is just a sampling of what’s happening in April: CENTRAL JERSEY: OLD YORK CELLARS 2024 SPRING PREVIEW Sunday, April 14, noon - 3 p.m. (Please RSVP on or before April 12 here.)... Read more →


CNBNEWS SPOTLIGHT ON Widener University Recognizes Local High School Students

for Outstanding Leadership and Civic Contributions CHESTER, PA (03/28/2024)-- Widener University, in partnership with WCAU-TV NBC10 and Telemundo62, is proud to recognize the 137 winners of the Widener University High School Leadership Awards for 2024. Over more than a decade, the university has recognized more than 1,300 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware who demonstrated leadership within their communities. The program recognized 137 students on Wednesday, March 20 from high schools throughout the region for their abilities to stand up for what they believe in, speak out on behalf of others and make an impact in... Read more →


Office Cleaning Guide: What You Need To Know

Office cleaning has never been an exciting process, but it’s often something that needs to be done. It offers many benefits, including preventing bugs and other pests, improving office morale year-round, increasing in-office productivity, and making the office look nicer. However, that still doesn’t mean it’s something you'd look forward to. Depending on the size of the office, this could take quite a bit of time. If you don’t have a game plan going forward, it could take longer. By knowing what you’re doing, though, you should be done in a peach. Your Office Cleaning Plan Before you start your... Read more →


How to Buy the Right Italian Leather Furniture For Your Home

If you’ve been eyeing Italian leather furniture for your home, then you’ve already made a good decision. Italian leather furniture is noted for being some of the finest on the planet, both in terms of style and comfort. It’s an investment that pays for itself time and time again, especially since it tends to last a long, long time with only minimal maintenance. If you’re in the market for Italian leather furniture, this article is for you. We’ll discuss some handy tips to ensure you end up with a piece that elevates the overall quality of your home. Consider Your... Read more →


Top 5 Metamask Casino Games

Ready to dive into the incredible world of Metamask Casino? Today, we're checking out the top five games that'll keep you having fun for ages. Whether you're a pro player or just starting out, there's something cool for everyone in Metamask gaming. Let's get started! Boost Your Gambling Before we explore the best games on offer, let’s clarify this first — no trip to a Metamask casino would be complete without generous bonuses. From the Best Welcome Bonuses in South Africa to reload bonuses, these casinos are known for lucrative promotions designed to reward players for their loyalty. So watch... Read more →


MISSING PERSON: HASEEM HOLDIDAY OF CAMDEN

(Camden, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing 19-year-old from Whitman Park. Haseem Holiday has been reported missing from the Capital Academy on the 1700 block of Mount Ephraim Avenue. He is described as a black male, 5’9”, 170 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing black sweatpants and a black hoodie. He is known to frequent Newark. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856) 757-7042. Read more →


MISSING : Jahseir Hawkins, of Camden City

(Camden, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing 17-year-old from Liberty Park. has been reported missing from his home on the 600 block of Everett Street. He is described as a black male, 5’5”, 160 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a white shirt and tan pants and is known to frequent the area of Mount Ephraim Avenue and Liberty Street. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856) 757-7042. Read more →


Joyce A. Kanauss-Hindsley, of Bellmawr, Longtime Cross Guard

Joyce A. Kanauss-Hindsley, of Bellmawr suddenly passed away on March 19, 2024. Age 79. Beloved wife of John Hindsley for 29 years. Step- mother of Pamela Lee, Stephanie Evans, and Gregory Hindsley. Step-grandmother of Eric Evans and Kyle Evans. Dear sister of Judy Kaminsky and the late Bob. Also survived by her loving niece Kerrie. Joyce was a crossing guard in Bellmawr for 10 years. She was a very giving person who was friendly and outgoing. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Gardner Funeral Home. nterment is private at the request of the family. Read more →


PORT OF BALTIMORE SAFETY ZONE--MESSAGE FROM THE U.S. COAST GUARD

BALTIMORE, MD (March 27, 2024)(CNBNews)--Effective immediately, a safety zone is established for all navigable waters of the Chesapeake Bay within a 2,000-yard radius of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. The 948-foot Singapore-flagged vessel DALI struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26, 2024. The safety zone is intended to protect personnel, vessels, and the marine environment in these navigable waters. No vessel or person will be permitted to enter the safety zone without obtaining permission from the Captain of the Port (COTP) or a designated representative. The COTP is currently issuing a Broadcast Notice to Mariners (BNM) via VHF-FM... Read more →


MANAYUNK STREAT FOOD FESTIVAL April 21

RETURNS TO MAIN STREET WITH 70+ OF THE REGION'S BEST FOOD TRUCKS AND GOURMET VENDORS ON APRIL 21ST Manayunk, PA - One of the largest and most celebrated food truck festivals in America is back - and it's even bigger and tastier than ever! StrEAT Food Festival returns to Manayunk on Sunday, April 21st, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Over 70 of the region's top food trucks and food vendors will line historic Main Street for the day, with menus that include everything from savory BBQ to sweet desserts - and everything in between. The list of participants is a who's... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: Dewey Decker Manure Combine

BY Slim Randles You have to hand it to Windy. When Alphonse “Windy” Wilson chooses to speak, it is a bombastic sampling of creativity. Windy has yet to find a word he can’t make better through his own unique methods. Well, what got him fired up the other day was a meeting of the ladies of the garden club down at the nursery. Windy’s been helping Dewey with his manure business on the one day a week he spends helping others. Today wasn’t a helper day, but he couldn’t pass up the audience. They hadn’t gotten through old business when... Read more →


NJ Senator Menendez Wont Run For Re-Election As A Democrat

(The Center Square) (March 27, 2024)— Embattled New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez says he won't be seeking reelection as a Democrat this year but is leaving open the possibility of running as an independent candidate. In a video posted on social media, Menendez, 70, said he won't resign from office and expects his "exoneration" from multiple federal indictments he is facing by the summer, allowing him to run in November’s general election. "Unfortunately, the present accusations I am facing — of which I am innocent and will prove so — will not allow me to have that type of dialogue... Read more →


Jewish Federation Calls on Haverford College Officials to Condemn Todays Demonstration

“The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia calls on Haverford College officials to condemn today’s student-organized campus event entitled “COVID in Times of Genocide: How Israel uses COVID as a Tool for Settler Colonialism in Palestine.” The event’s title dangerously and inaccurately implies that Israel spread coronavirus to advance its global control, repackaging a centuries-old antisemitic trope that Jews take advantage of global crises as a means for their own gain and advancement. In this case, the event’s narrative takes on a new form of the antisemitic blood libel trope, accusing Jews of committing ritual murder and perpetuating the harmful stereotype... Read more →


Understanding the Basics of Crypto Roulette

As the name signifies, the union of crypto and roulette has changed the way people used to bet. Using BTC and other cryptocurrencies while betting on the revolving wheel of roulette has attracted various players worldwide. But before placing your bets on crypto roulette, it is crucial to understand its basics and have prior knowledge about the game and BTC. A player must know about the game. Roulette might look simple, but you need strategies to get the ball to your court. Moreover, choosing a reliable crypto wallet and casino is another important thing to consider. There are more things... Read more →


Florence A. Kammauf, 82, of Gloucester City

On March 21, 2024, at age 82. Of Gloucester City, born in Trenton, NJ, she was the daughter of the late Charles and Mary Anna (Peterson) Harris. She was a loving and devoted wife of 61 years to Vincent R. Kammauf. Loving mother of Kenneth W., Jeffrey M., and Joseph R. Cherished grandmother to Casandra, Angela (Christian), Melanie and Larissa; proud great grandmother of Carson, Brynlee, Charolette, Rowan. Also, brothers and sisters MaryAnn Pierman (d) (Sam), Walter Harris (Carol), Ruth Messner (Paul), Dawn Rebstock (William (d)), Charles Harris jr. (Robin), Kimberly Quinlan (Joe (d)). She was also proceeded by her... Read more →


Emily Cecelia Tobin, aged 42

Emily Cecelia Tobin, aged 42, passed away on March 16th, 2024. Though the illness Emmie succumbed to was brief, her battle has been long. The Emmie we knew was a beautiful, quick witted and so very funny. Emmie was so strong in so many ways, and at the same time so sensitive. She was someone who gave and forgave so easily. When Emmie was a mom, she was the best. She loved her boys, and worked so hard. She always wanted nothing more than to be with all of them. Life doesn’t always turn out the way we think or... Read more →


Gage Xavier Myers, 19, of Gloucester City

Gage Xavier Myers was born on July 10, 2005. Gage was a believer in Jesus and walked into his loving arms on March 23, 2024. Gage is survived by his parents, Keith Myers and Christina Howey Myers; sisters, Nicole Myers and Jacqueline Myers; niece, Kai Wilcox; nephew, Christopher Barton; grandparents, David and Joanne Howey; uncle, Michael Howey (Heather); aunt, Rachael Howey and his loving girlfriend Rylee McNee. Predeceased by his brother, Kyle Myers. Gage attended Gloucester Catholic High School freshman and sophomore year. He was an active parishioner of St. Mary’s Church, where he served as an altar server. He... Read more →


Tickets on Sale for Philadelphia Theatre Week

THEATRE PHILADELPHIA ANNOUNCES 7TH ANNUAL PHILLY THEATRE WEEK WITH 11 DAYS FILLED WITH PAY WHAT YOU CAN PERFORMANCES, WORKSHOPS, READINGS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS Philadelphia, PA - Theatre Philadelphia is thrilled to announce the return of Philly Theatre Week featuring performances, readings, workshops, pre-sales and special events from April 4 to April 14, 2024. Now in its seventh year, Philly Theatre Week returns as the biggest theatre event of the year, returning to stages and venues in Philadelphia, Delaware, South Jersey, and surrounding counties. Audiences are invited to experience new works, world premieres, tried and true favorites, new companies - and... Read more →


Is Belly Liposuction Safe? Everything You Need to Know About Belly Liposuction Risks

Belly liposuction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that has become increasingly popular for those looking to remove excess fat and contour their belly. Despite its allure, it's crucial to understand the risks and complications associated with this surgical procedure. This blog will guide you through the essential aspects of belly liposuction, ensuring you're well-informed before making a decision. What is Liposuction / Lipoplasty? Liposuction, also known as lipoplasty, is a plastic surgery procedure designed to remove fat deposits from specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks. This cosmetic procedure aims to contour and sculpt the... Read more →


Jefferson Health Opens Nurse Emeritus Program to Retired Area RNs

A Jefferson Health program that offers retired nurses an opportunity to help new-to-practice nurses hone their skills through in-person mentoring is being expanded to potential hires from outside of the health system. “We’ve had great success with our Nurse Emeritus program, originally offered to Jefferson Health nursing retirees, and we’re ready to take it to the next level,” said New Jersey Program Coordinator Marilyn Goodman, MSN, RN. First established during the pandemic in 2022, more than 12 nurses who had retired within the past three years (a requirement of the program), joined the Nurse Emeritus team at Jefferson in New... Read more →


CNB BUSINESS NEWS: Smoothie For a Cause

CraveWell Café to sell limited-edition smoothie in April for American Stroke Association in honor of five-year anniversary CraveWell Café, the fresh and ready to order café from husband and wife duo, Morgan and Deb Manchester, is set to celebrate their five year anniversary with a special smoothie. The smoothie, known as the Celebration Smoothie, made with Almond Milk, Banana, Almond Butter, Agave and Strawberries will be available for $5 at both CraveWell Malvern and Collegeville from April 1st through the end of the month. Proceeds from the Celebration Smoothie will go to the American Stroke Association, a cause close to... Read more →


Congratulations from CNBNews: Widener University announces president's list students

CHESTER, PA (03/13/2024)-- Widener University has announced the students named to its fall 2023 president's list. They included: Jenna Angelucci of Bordentown, NJ, 08505. Cameryn Brubaker of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, 08234. Rashem Bryant of Swedesboro, NJ, 08085. Michael Burckley of Somerdale, NJ, 08083. Christopher Cori of West Deptford, NJ, 08086. Katharyn Mackiewicz of Cinnaminson, NJ, 08077. Maria Muzzarelli of Vineland, NJ, 08360. Brooke Myers of Gloucester City, NJ, 08030. Victoria Nitti of Bordentown, NJ, 08505. Lauren Petsch of Margate City, NJ, 08402. Alexa Ruberte of Pennsauken, NJ, 08109. Lorelei Scully of Pine Hill, NJ, 08021. Tatum Stielow of Sicklerville,... Read more →


Mechanics Lien Process Timeline in Pennsylvania 

Facing non-payment on construction projects? A mechanics lien can help Pennsylvania contractors recoup what's due. But the process might seem complex at first. Knowing the timeframe involved helps set expectations, gather paperwork efficiently, and file claims CNBNews graphic file confidently. Here's a breakdown of how long it typically takes to secure a valid lien. Mechanics Lien Stages: Pre-Lien Notice: This initial notification to the property owner starts the legal clock on your claim. Lien Claim Preparation: Gather key documents and finalize the amount you're owed for the mechanics lien filing. Submission & Processing: Complete all paperwork and register it with... Read more →


Ask Your NJ Civil Service Exam Questions to Cpl John McHugh TODAY 3 PM & 6 PM!

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (March 25, 2024)--Are you interested in becoming a Gloucester Township Police Officer and have questions about applying and taking the NJ Civil Service Exam? Ask your questions by calling GTPD Community Relations Officer Cpl. John McHugh TODAY, March 25th between 3 PM and 6 PM at 856-228-4011! If you're not available to call during those times, or your call goes to voicemail due to Cpl. McHugh taking another call, you can always email your questions to [email protected] at any time! Gloucester Township Police Wants YOU To Join Our Team- Sign up for the NJ Civil Service Exam!... Read more →


Kathleen “Kathy” Teresa Wylen, 70, of Audubon

Kathleen “Kathy” Teresa Wylen, 70, of Audubon, NJ passed away peacefully while surrounded by loved ones, on March 21, 2024, after many months battling an unexpected illness. Kathy was born on February 15, 1954 to Harry and Catherine “Cass” Cole (nee Schmidt) in Camden, NJ. Kathy lived her entire life in her beloved hometown of Audubon, NJ, of which she was immensely proud. After graduating from Audubon High School in 1972, she went on to work for multiple NJ Health systems at Our Lady of Lourdes, Virtua, Cooper and Haddonfield Family Practice, where she was a friendly voice to the... Read more →


Amie Conte Barriskell, 47, of Blackwood/Audubon

Suddenly in her home on March 20, 2024, of Blackwood, NJ, formerly of Audubon, NJ. Age 47 years. She is lovingly survived by her husband, Fredrick Barriskell; father, David Conte; son, Kyle Lee and brother, Michael Conte. She was predeceased by her mother, Carol Conte. Amie was a lover of nature and animals, especially cats. She enjoyed spending precious time with her family. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing on Thursday, March 28, from 9 AM to 11 AM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 S. White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. Prayer Service will follow at 11... Read more →


The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Inducts New Members

BATON ROUGE, LA (03/18/2024)-- The following people recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Heather Blanchard of Valencia (08104) at Meredith College. Carolann Cautin of Mount Laurel (08054) at Nova Southeastern University. Sierra Hamlin of Cherry Hill (08002) at Texas A&M University. Amelia Laubsch of Bridgeton (08302) at The College of New Jersey. Cecelia Lawyer of Audubon (08106) at The College of New Jersey. Katharyn Mackiewicz of Cinnaminson (08077) at Widener University. Megan Majewski of Millville (08332) at The College of New Jersey.... Read more →


American Revolutionary War Marker to be Placed in Lawnside

LAWNSIDE, N.J. (March 18, 2024) -- The Lawnside Historical Society will join the Borough of Lawnside on Saturday, March 30 at noon to dedicate a marker honoring Black fighters in the Revolutionary War. The sign is provided by the Camden County Historical Society with funding from the Camden County Board of Commissioners and the federal American Battlefield Protection Program as the 250th anniversary of the War for Independence approaches. The marker will be installed in front of the Wayne R. Bryant Community Center, 323 East Charleston Avenue. Those cited include the Rhode Island Regiment, comprised of Black, Native American and... Read more →


The Fairmount Bunny Hop Crawl; A Bunny Hoppy Good Time

A Bunny-Hopping Good Time Fairmount Bars to participate in The Fairmount Bunny Hop Bar Crawl in time for Easter on March 28th Just in time for Easter at the end of March, the annual bunny bar hop is taking guests on a bouncing good time around Fairmount on March 28th from 6-10 p.m. Participating bars include: Bar Hygge 1720 Fairmount Avenue Fare 2028 Fairmount Avenue The Green Room 1940 Green Street Jack’s Firehouse 2130 Fairmount Avenue La Calaca Feliz 2321 Fairmount Avenue Pier Bar 2025 Fairmount Avenue Urban Saloon 2120 Fairmount Avenue Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by... Read more →


The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club for Women Will Begin Its 2024 Bicyle Rides on April 1; You're Invited

ROSENHAYN, N.J. (March 24, 2024)(CNBNews)– The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club for women will begin its 2024 bicycle rides at 6 p.m. Monday, April 1, at the Evelyn Hill Cycling warehouse, 685 Kenyon Ave, Rosenhayn, N.J. The club is open to women of all ages and abilities and new members are welcomed. Rides are held at 6 p.m. Monday and Thursday and 10 a.m. Saturdays, weather permitting. “Our EZ Monday rides are short and perfect for beginners, or women getting back into cycling,” said club founder Barbara Kornbluh. “We are a friendly group of women who ride together for fun and... Read more →