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Atlantic County Couple Indicted for Trafficking 14-Year-Old Girl for Sex at a Casino

Third defendant named in the indictment on charges he paid to have sex with the 14-year-old victim Poster in English Poster in Spanish TRENTON –Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that a woman and a man from Atlantic County were indicted yesterday by a state grand jury for allegedly trafficking a... Read more →


MVC Services at Trenton and Rahway

Update TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission customers are advised of the following updated information about MVC operations: Since the Trenton Vehicle Center is also a Regional agency, the MVC has determined that both walk-ins AND appointments will be allowed there, starting November 2. The MVC originally included Trenton in... Read more →


Concrete Repairs of Highways in Pennsauken Continues, Expect Traffic Delays and Detours

Route 90 eastbound/Betsy Ross Bridge ramp to John Tipton Boulevard/Suckle Highway/Hylton Road to close in Pennsauken Signed detour will be in place for approximately five weeks (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the ramp from Route 90 eastbound/Betsy Ross Bridge to John Tipton Boulevard/Suckle Highway/Hylton Road... Read more →


A Brief History of the Airsoft Guns

Do you remember the cap guns? These real looking guns used to come with space where you could fit the rolls of paper strip caps. As a kid, it was the dream for most of us to play fight with the help of these cap guns. If you think carefully, the... Read more →


Health & Safety Guidance for Halloween Celebration

To help ensure a safe Halloween for all New Jerseyans, the Department of Health has released health and safety guidance for local officials, schools, organizations, and families. The Department of Health strongly encourages everyone to wear a face covering that covers both the nose and mouth. Costume masks do not count... Read more →


To Beat The Spotted Lantern Fly You Must Destroy Their Egg Masses

(Cherry Hill, NJ) – Egg-laying season for the Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), an extremely invasive, crop-eating insect which recently arrived in New Jersey, typically begins during October. Because the SLF are known to destroy fruit trees, grapevines, and other agricultural crops, we need the public’s help identifying and destroying SLF eggs in... Read more →


Pine Hill Police Department Reminds Residents the Hours for Halloween Trick or Treating

The Pine Hill Police Department would like to remind residents that curfew will be earlier on October 28 thru October 31 due to Halloween. Curfew will be 8:00 PM – 6:00AM October 28th – 31st for anyone under the age of 18 that is not accompanied by a parent, guardian or... Read more →


Pennsauken 9/11 Virtual Heroes Run until Nov. 1

Participate in the 9/11 Heroes Run Until November 1st The Pennsauken 9/11 Heroes Run looks very different this year, but our mission is unchanged. To participate virtually simply means you will run, walk, or ruck whenever and wherever you choose. The Virtual Pennsauken #911HeroesRun is not a competitive event. No uploading... Read more →


ROUND TWO: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE USED TO ANALYZE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

VoiceVibes speech coaching software used to rate vocal delivery of Trump and Biden BALTIMORE, MD - October 23rd, 2020 - VoiceVibes, an AI-powered communication coaching platform designed by former employees of AT&T Bell Laboratories and JHU Applied Physics Lab, has used their technology to analyze the second 2020 Presidential debate this... Read more →


Suspect Charged with Fatal Shooting Outside Willingboro Home  

WILLINGBORO TOWNSHIP – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Willingboro Township Public Safety Director Kinamo Lomon announced that a 29-year-old township resident has been charged with fatally shooting a man earlier this month in the Millbrook Park neighborhood. Kwacey Q. Owens, of the first block of Echo Lane, was charged with... Read more →


GRAMMY MUSEUM EXPERIENCE - WHITNEY HOUSTON MURAL IN NEWARK

VIRTUAL MURAL UNVEILING EVENT SET FOR MID-NOVEMBER NEWARK, NJ – GRAMMY Museum ExperienceTM Prudential Center along with proud founding partner, Prudential Financial, Inc., as well as the City of Newark, Newark Arts, Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District and Baldwin Equities with Striker Leasing have announced plans regarding a Whitney Houston mosaic... Read more →


The Latest Craze, CBD

Won’t Cause Users to Fail a Drug Test—but CBN Will Newswise — ANAHEIM, Calif. – A new study shows that a person taking the medicinal cannabis derivative cannabidiol (CBD) won’t fail a drug test for marijuana—but a person taking the emerging sleep aid cannabinol (CBN) will. These findings were presented at... Read more →


Rowan University Art Gallery Presents Federico Solmi: The Bacchanalian Ones

Federico Solmi: The Bacchanalian Ones On view November 2, 2020 – January 9, 2021 Rowan University Art Gallery presents The Bacchanalian Ones, Federico Solmi’s satirical and clownish portrayal of controversial contemporary and historical characters and the distorted events that have contributed to a culture of misinformation, corruption, and hypocrisy. Using game... Read more →


American Legion Baseball Regional Tournament Sites for 2021-23

The American Legion National Executive Committee (NEC) approved American Legion Baseball regional tournament sites for 2021-23 at the Fall Meetings, Oct. 14-15. Resolution 28 confirms that the dates for the regional tournaments will be Aug. 3-8, 2021; Aug. 3-7, 2022; and Aug. 2-6, 2023. Regional sites will be: Region 1: Shrewsbury,... Read more →


Suspect in Burlington City Killing Commits Suicide at Motel  

BURLINGTON NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and City of Burlington Police Chief John Fine announced that a man suspected of killing an elderly woman inside her home Wednesday afternoon fatally shot himself last night as he was approached by investigators. Kenneth Mackintosh, 51, was a transient handyman who occasionally did work... Read more →


3 Things You Need for Your Patio

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 20, 20200--When you are looking to transform your patio from an empty slab of concrete or decking into the perfect outdoor space, there are a few things that you should get. Such things will help you create the sort of space perfect for hanging out with family or hosting some... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Catholic Schools in Pennsylvania Face Uncertainty in the Pandemic era

By Colleen Hroncich/ The Center Square When Apryl and James Dolgas enrolled their sons, Brady and Alec, in Catholic schools, they anticipated financial hardship. Though tuition at Johnstown’s Divine Mercy Academy and Bishop McCort High School is less than half what their local school district spends per pupil, it was still... Read more →


Time-Tested Ways To Learn About Your Destiny

By Lisa Eclesworth About the Author: Lisa Eclesworth is a notable and influential lifestyle writer. She is a mom of two and a successful homemaker. She loves to cook and create beautiful projects with her family. She writes informative and fun articles that her readers love and enjoy. You can directly... Read more →


Paws for The Cause, Pet Parade and Howl-o-ween Costume Contest at Freedom Pier

Sunday Nov 01, 2020 Paws for The Cause, Pet Parade and Howl-o-ween Costume Contest Grab your human and come out and support The Rotary Club and the Gloucester City Police Dept's K-9 patrol. About this Event Calling all adorable pets!! Come out for the 1st annual Paws for the Cause Pet... Read more →


*18th Century Field Day at Red Bank Battlefield

Red Bank Battlefield Event October 25. On Sunday, October 25, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Gloucester County will be hosting 18th Century Field Day at Red Bank Battlefield. The event will feature artillery demonstrations, musket firing and drilling, opportunities to meet the soldiers, battlefield tours, and a gentleman's duel. Food,... Read more →


American Legion Riders continue to support children of fallen, disabled

With the cancellation of the 2020 Legacy Run, American Legion Riders continue to find ways to raise money for the Legacy Scholarship Fund – including $83,000 donated at the end of the Pony Express. By Steven B. Brooks Oct 14, 2020 When longtime participant Todd Harris learned the 2020 American Legion... Read more →


United States Coast Guard Rescues Three Boaters off of Fire IslandCcoast

FIRE ISLAND, NY, UNITED STATES 10.15.2020 Courtesy Photo U.S. Coast Guard District 1 PADET New York The Coast Guard rescued three people from their disabled boat off of Fire Island, New York, October 15, 2020. The Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew hoisted the men and transported... Read more →


Ghostly Tradition Continues, The Paranormal Museum Tours Go Private

The Paranormal Museum in Asbury Park is not taking this Halloween off. Despite the limitations caused by Covid-19, the Asbury Park mainstay is still providing chills and thrills to those interested in the strange and unusual. In order to keep staff and attendees safe, the museum and bookstore, Paranormal Books &... Read more →


The Software Developer Recruitment Trends in 2020 and Beyond

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 15, 2020)--Employment prospects do not look too good in the near future for many industries. Thankfully, software development is in demand, so if you want to find a new project, and further your career now is a good time to do so. Go back a few years, and you probably... Read more →


Holiday Season Jobs For Students

(NAPSI)—If you or someone you care about is among America’s estimated 20 million college students, the holidays could include a particular present for you: a great seasonal job. The Job Picture The holidays are often a time students seek seasonal work, as a way to earn extra money to put towards... Read more →


CNBNews Book Reviews: Children’s Book Holiday Gift Ideas

“The Nocturnals: The Mysterious Abductions” by Tracey Hecht (NAPSI)—Animals disappearing without a trace? In the first book of the critically acclaimed four-book middle-grade series “The Nocturnals,” we meet three unlikely friends—Dawn, a serious fox; Tobin, a sweet pangolin; and Bismark, the pint-sized sugar glider. When the animals go missing, it’s up... Read more →


Head, Neck Injuries Make Up 28% of Electric Scooter Accident Injuries

Newswise — DETROIT (October 12, 2020) – A Henry Ford Health System physician is sounding the alarm on the rising number of injuries caused from riding electric scooters, calling it a growing public health concern. In a study of e-scooter injuries, Kathleen Yaremchuk, M.D., chair of the Department of Otolaryngology –... Read more →


Help Wanted: Part-Time School Traffic Guard

Open to Gloucester Township, residents, vacancy for part-time hours (10 hours per week) and on call basis. $11.00 per hour. Applicant must have the ability to: • Regulate and direct the movement of school children at a street intersection, paying particular attention to their safety. • Must pass a criminal background... Read more →


Two Mizpah Volunteer Firemen Charged with official misconduct, conspiracy and theft

MAYS LANDING- Two members of the Mizpah Volunteer Fire Company are charged with official misconduct, conspiracy and theft, following the execution of a search warrant on Tuesday at the Mizpah Volunteer Fire Company in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Pursuant to an ongoing criminal investigation, led by... Read more →


Atlantic County Prosecutor Scam Alert

MAYS LANDING- Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner has a message for the community, regarding Pyramid Schemes called Sou-Sous, Flowers, Gifting Circles or similarly named Schemes: DO NOT GET INVOLVED. Scheme promoters oftentimes tell participants that their involvement will contribute to building wealth in their community. Prosecutor Tyner warns that despite... Read more →


How to replace and install new kitchen sink – Complete guide

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 8, 2020)--Kitchen sinks are your forever helpers to keep your kitchen clean by sparkling bowls and platters. They add a visual character to the kitchen with a bright faucet and shiny sink on a smooth countertop. You must not compromise over sink appearance and functionality to undermine kitchen outlooks. These... Read more →


THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO SUPPORTED GHS ALUMNI GOLF OUTING

A HUGE SUCCESS--The Gloucester High School Alumni Association, Gloucester City, NJ, sends out a "ROARING THANK YOU" to all golfers who came out and supported their "golf outing fundraiser" on Sunday, October 4. Chairmen, Wayne Smith, and Bob Bevan appreciated everyone's participation and hope to see you all again next year.... Read more →


Things to Consider When Building a Niche Website

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Oct. 7, 2020)--When people think about niche websites, they often imagine small sites with just a few pages and keywords thrown around. However, that is not the case. A niche is a segment of a certain market. That segment can be just as big or as small as other market segments... Read more →


5 Benefits of Live Chat for Your Business 

Are you currently struggling to meet the needs and expectations of your customers? From answering emails and responding to your followers on social media to dealing with returns requests, delivering the level of customer service that consumers now expect can be a challenge, to say the least. In fact, did you... Read more →


*South Jersey Ducks Unlimited Fundraiser

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Cedar Creek Sporting Clays Millville, New Jersey 08332 Add to Calendar Ticket Information Single Ticket: $100 Lunch Only: $25 BUY TICKETS Online ticket sales end on 11/8/2020. Buy now, only 34 days left! Read more →


Laura Nirider and Steve Drizin Take Us Back into the Interrogation Room

‘Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions’ Season 2 ‘Making a Murderer' Lawyers Invite Listeners onto the Front Lines in the Fight Against Wrongful Convictions Laura Nirider and Steve Drizin Take Us Back into the Interrogation Room for ‘Wrongful Conviction: False Confessions’ Season 2 Imagine spending years behind bars — or even facing the... Read more →


Murphy Proposes to End 2021 Bear Hunt

October 5, 2020, 5:48 pm | in TRENTON – Today, Governor Phil Murphy announced that the New Jersey Fish and Game Council has proposed changes to the state’s Game Code that would end bear hunting in New Jersey after 2020. The Fish and Game Council, which has authority over the hunt,... Read more →


VIDEO: The Problems Children Experience from Living in Fatherless Homes

"Six men have fathered 87 children with 50 different women. Children who come from fatherless homes are five times more likely to commit suicide, 32 times more likely to run away, 20 more times to have a behavioral problem, 14 more times to commit rape, 10 more times more likely to... Read more →


*Kiwanis Club of the Haddons Holiday Fruit Sale Oct. 1 thru Nov. 9

HADDONFIELD, NJ--Kiwanis Club of the Haddons is again conducting its annual Holiday Fruit Sale between October 1 and November 9, 2020. The sale items include navel oranges, grapefruit, juice oranges, mixed cases of fruit, mandarin oranges, red delicious apples, and various gift boxes including fruit and marmalade, toffee, or pecans. These... Read more →


*Virtual Support Bereavement Meetings Every Wed.

Dawn Lipomi, a Diocese of Camden certified bereavement minister, is holding virtual grief support meetings for people who have lost a loved one on Wednesday evenings. Dawn writes, "I’ll be hosting virtual grief support meetings each week on Wednesday evening. If you’d like to join us, we’d love to have you!... Read more →


Performer and Songwriter Steve Keene to Release New Album "THEM & US"

Click to read more about the album NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Indie singer-songwriter and recording artist, Steven Keene, is set to introduce his latest studio recording, THEM & US,* in mid-November. The 8-track collection spotlights signature originals written and produced by Keene and recorded at Shore Fire Recording Studios (Long Branch, NJ).... Read more →


Gloucester City Fall Clean-Up Day

Dawn Watson photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 3, 2020)--Each year on the first weekend of October Gloucester City holds its annual Clean-Up Day. Volunteers spread out throughout the city picking up trash and debris. The three young ladies pictured above were doing their part on Saturday, picking up trash around the... Read more →


Ocean Casino Resort Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (October 1, 2020) – With indoor dining finally opening its doors again, your amenities at Ocean Casino Resort Atlantic City are endless in October. Here’s what you can expect at Atlantic City’s premiere destination resort to kick off the Fall season: Hotel: Ocean is offering two new room... Read more →


7 Things to Do if You Suspect an Arson Offense

By: Kim Hemphry About the Author: Kim Hemphry is a passionate expert in the areas of Legal Matters, learning and education. She has been featured on over 50 leading Legal and education sites and is a modern thought leader in the field. More about her interests and articles on her site... Read more →


MVC Extensions Announced for HAZMAT Endorsements

TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) today announced the expiration dates for all valid Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) endorsements have been extended again. HAZMAT endorsements due for renewal between April 1, 2020 and June 30, 2020 are extended for 180 days. HAZMAT endorsements due for renewal between July 1,... Read more →


‘Bike with a Cop’ Community Event Sunday Hosted by Bergenfield Police

BERGENFIELD, N.J. — The Bergenfield Police Department will be hosting a “Bike with a Cop” community event on Sunday, October 4. Beginning at 8:00 a.m., officers will conduct safety presentations at Police Headquarters, 198 N. Washington Avenue, and provide participants with street safety information. At 9:00 a.m., a police guided bike... Read more →


Betsy Ross Bridge/Route 130 ramp closures begin tomorrow

as concrete repair project advances in Pennsauken Route 130 northbound ramp closed and detoured for several weeks (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a daytime closure of the ramp from Route 130 southbound to the Betsy Ross Bridge/Route 90 westbound and a long-term closure of the... Read more →


Camden County Hero Scholarship 28th Golf Outing

Thank you for supporting the children of our local heroes killed in the line of duty! Dawn M. Ragan, Executive Director Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund 162 W. White Horse Pike Berlin, NJ 08009 (856)768-9656 www.camdencountyhero.com You don’t have to be a hero to keep a dream alive… Read more →