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*GOOD NEWS: BARRINGTON POLICE PARTICIPATING IN DEA TAKEBACK DAY, OCTOBER 24

Barrington Police is participating in DEA National Takeback Day on October 23, 2021, from 10:00am to 2:00pm. We will have an officer at the Rite Aid parking lot at 501 Clements Bridge Rd. Feel free to come and dispose of your unwanted, unused, and expired medicine. Individuals are encouraged to remove any labels that may contain personal informaiton. Syringes and other sharp objects will NOT be accepted. Non-pharmacutical and illicit drugs will be accepted with no quesitons. Address/Location Barrington Police Department, NJ 227 Trenton Ave Barrington, NJ 08007 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-547-3350 Read more →


The Introduction of the Commodity Oil Trading

The investor usually carries out oil trading in crude oil. In manufacturing of all things from plastics to petrol, cosmetics to cars, textiles to pharmaceuticals, crude oil, sometimes called 'black gold' and 'mother of all commodities' is used. It should not come as a surprise with this high demand that oil was recognised as a key contributing element to modern disputes. Oil is traded quietly most of the time. Refined and crude oil was in reality swapped for a total of $1.374 billion in 2016 on the global market making it the world's most frequently traded commodity. Value of Crude... Read more →


How to Start a Fleet Management Business

Before you begin, a business plan will allow you to start your business on the right footing. Having a business plan will define where the business goes and how it can reach its goals. A plan written on paper hands you a definite idea about what you would like to accomplish with your business. You need a business plan because many banks and investors won't even consider supporting you without a plan. Financial Analysis You will need to consider how much capital you need to start your fleet management business. Look at the upfront capital and what they require of... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Norwescap Presented with State Farm Neighborhood Assist Grant

Program for Low-Income, Sussex County Youth Receives $25,000 This past June, State Farm accepted 2,000 applications for the Neighborhood Assist grant program. These submissions represent causes from throughout the country which focus on supporting communities in need. A review committee narrowed down the submissions to the top 200 finalists which were posted online and voted on by the public. In just 10 days, 125,000 people cast more than 3 million votes in support of their favorite causes. The 40 causes with the most votes each wins a $25,000 grant. We’re excited to share, Norwescap is a winner – in fact,... Read more →


Pine Mud Looks at the Damage Off-Road Vehicles do to Threatened Species & Public Land in NJ

Pine Mud airs TONIGHT (October 14) at 10 pm on NJ PBS. Channels 23, 50, 52 and 58, plus live streaming at NJTVonline.org. Award-winning director Jared Flesher – a longtime NJ-SPJ member — is New Jersey’s leading environmental documentarian. Film festivals call his work “entertaining, illuminating and informative.” This time he’s taking on off-roading, a popular pastime in parts of the state, but one that is threatening endangered species in NJ’s famous Pine Barrens. Outside of film festivals and live screenings, this is the first opportunity for the general public to watch the film. The Story Imagine the most serene... Read more →


Owner of Trustworthy Roofing/Siding Sentenced to Prison for Causing Employee's Death; The Man Fell to His Death

NEWARK, N.J. – A general contracting company based in Newark was sentenced today to five years’ probation for violating Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, leading to the death of an employee, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. Trustworthy LLC, d/b/a “Trustworthy Roofing and Siding,” (Trustworthy) via its owner, Derico Ferreira, previously pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Falk in Newark federal court to an information charging it with one count of willfully violating OSHA standards by failing to provide fall protection to employees engaged in the construction of a residential home, which caused the death of... Read more →


Paul Haarman Shares Why You Must Go for Retirement Insurance Plan in 2021 as an investment

For those of you who have kids at home or have a career that you aspire to build, retirement might not be the top priority for you as an individual at that particular point in your life. But there is a high chance that someday if you get lucky and save some money (on a regular basis), it will be in your mind. To help you make sure that you have a financially secure retirement, it is always a good decision to think of a plan early in life, or right now if you haven’t already done that. There are... Read more →


METEDECONK NATIONAL GOLF CLUB TO HOST TEEN CANCER AMERICA GOLF OUTING

MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2021 Day of Golf to Raise Funds and Awareness for Adolescents and Young Adults Affected by Cancer JACKSON, NJ (October 7, 2021) – Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, NJ will host the inaugural Teen Cancer America (TCA) Golf Outing on Monday, October 18, 2021. TCA, founded by rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who, is a national non-profit based in Los Angeles that develops and funds specialized facilities and services for adolescents and young adults with cancer. The event at Metedeconk National is being hosted by Bob Lerner, a Metedeconk Trustee. Bob’s brother,... Read more →


Annual Fall Dune Grass Planting Event in Avalon Saturday, Oct. 23

Avalon’s fall dune grass planting event will be held on Saturday, October 23rd at 8:30am! We invite you, your friends, and community organizations to take part in this environmental enhancement effort! After the planting, there will be a light lunch offered at Avalon Community Hall. If you are interested in volunteering for this effort, please call Sue Keen at (609) 967-5924 or Chuck McDonnell at (609) 967-3066 no later than October 15th. Read more →


Gloucester County Job Fair, October 15

(Sewell, NJ)-Gloucester County will hold a Mega Job Fair on Friday, October 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at the RCSJ Gymnasium. The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners and Workforce Development Board (WDB) encourage residents to attend and to dress for success, bring copies of their resume and prepare for on the spot interviews. “The Mega Job Fair is a great opportunity to see all of the employers that have opportunities across the county. Whether you’re searching for a service industry job, tech job or maybe a position in healthcare, full time or part time positions are available,” said Commissioner... Read more →


TWO WHEEL TRAILER AND RIDING LAWNMOWER STOLEN FROM RIVERVIEW HTS. IN GLOUCESTER CITY

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 3, 2021)--A two wheel trailer along with a riding lawn mower was stolen early Sunday morning between 4 AM and 4:20 AM from a home owner who lives on East Thompson Avenue, Gloucester City. The thief or thieves were driving a white E250 van with a hitch on the back. If you have any information about this incident please contact the Gloucester City Police Department at 856-456-0900. If you live in the area and own a video camera please check it you might have caught some video of the thieves pasting through your block. CNBNews EDITOR'S... Read more →


Lower Township MUA Semi -Annual cleaning / flushing of the Water Distribution System 

The cleaning / flushing will occur Monday through Friday between 7:00am and 3:00pm. Hydrant flushing will begin Wednesday, October 13th and continue until complete, expected completion is November 10th. During the hydrant flushing events, you may experience a temporary discoloration of the water. Check the water for discoloration prior to doing laundry. You may wish to draw a large bottle of water for cooking and drinking prior to the flushing date. If you experience low pressure after the cleaning / flushing please check your faucet screens for trapped particles. If you have any questions please call our office at 609-886-7146... Read more →


Oral Diuretic Pill Could Be A Treatment For Alzheimer's Disease

A commonly available oral diuretic pill approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may be a potential candidate for an Alzheimer’s disease treatment for those who are at genetic risk, according to findings published in Nature Aging. The research included analysis showing that those who took bumetanide — a commonly used and potent diuretic(link is external) — had a significantly lower prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease compared to those not taking the drug. The study, funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, advances a precision medicine approach for individuals at greater risk... Read more →


14th Annual Trick or Trot 5K, Saturday, Oct. 23

8:30am-Race Start (Day of registration begins at 7:45am) Ella Harris Park, $15: pre-registered by 10/22 $20: Race Day registration-payment can be made in cash or with a gift card(of equal value) that will donated directly to families. Proceeds will be donated to the families directly affected by the tornado that devastated our community in Mullica Hill. Costumes are encouraged....You'll run faster!! Read more →


Good News: New Jersey American Water Upgrading Aging Water Main in Barrington

CAMDEN, N.J. – OCT. 7, 2021 – New Jersey American Water will replace approximately 8,940 feet of aging water main in Barrington starting next week. The project also includes replacing eight fire hydrants and 195 utility-owned service lines along the pipeline route. The company will upgrade the aging 6-inch and 8-inch Transite and steel water lines that were installed in the 1940s with new 6- and 8-inch ductile iron main along the following streets: Tavistock Boulevard from Warwick Road to Chesterfield Road Wayne Road from Tavistock Boulevard to Warwick Road Oakwood Road from Tavistock Boulevard to Chesterfield Road Chesterfield Road... Read more →


Not-For-Profit-Organizations in Camden County Eligible for COVID Community Recovery Grant Program

Take notice that the County of Camden, New Jersey (“County”) will receive grant proposals from eligible not-for-profit organizations (“organizations”) by November 30th, 2021 at 5:00pm under its COVID-19 Community Recovery Grant Program (“Program”). The County will award grants under the Program on a discretionary basis not-to-exceed $500,000.00 per organization. Organizations must meet all Program criteria and requirements, including, but not limited to, having a physical service address within the geographic boundaries of the County and demonstrating a direct or secondary impact caused by the COVID-19 public health emergency. The primary objectives of grant funds under this Program are to: (i)... Read more →


SKYLANDS STADIUM’S JACK-O’-LANTERN EXPERIENCE IS PURE HALLOWEEN FUN

6,000+ Hand-Carved Jack-O’-Lanterns, Beer Garden and Fall Festival Fun Augusta, N.J. —Get ready for some Spooktacular Halloween fun with the Skylands Stadium’s second annual Jack-O’-Lantern Experience. Taking place at beautiful Skylands Stadium in Augusta, N.J., the Jack-O’-Lantern Experience runs for 28 days during Oct. 1 - Nov. 7. This year’s event promises to be Sussex County’s premier family entertainment destination, with a fall festival, beer garden, live music, seasonal food and beverages, carnival rides and more. Take a 30- to 45-minute, self-guided walking tour through a ghoulishly delightful Halloween experience, illuminated with 6,000 hand carved jack-o’-lanterns. Enjoy the rides, including... Read more →


*Camden County History Alliance Invites Public to History Month Events

Camden County History Month to Feature More Than Seventy History Events Camden NJ— The Camden County History Alliance invites the public to join us for Camden County History Month from October 1 to October 31, 2021, when thirty participating historic sites and history organizations throughout Camden County will be open with special exhibits, reenactments, and guided tours for adults and children. The vast majority of the more than seventy events and activities during the month are free. Camden County History Month is hosted by the Camden County History Alliance, an association of 50 Camden County history organizations, historic sites, and... Read more →


*ATTENTION RUNNERS! Corporal Marc T. Ryan Memorial/MC-LEF 5k Run/Walk, Race Day Nov. 6

No. Burlington & Hudson Sts. Gloucester City, NJ US 08030 DESCRIPTION In memory of Cpl. Marc T. Ryan, USMC (KIA November 15, 2004) * Ramadi, Al Anbar Province * Operation Iraqi Freedom. Remembering Our Fallen Brother's Sacrifice www.mc-lef.org ***SHOULD any unforeseen State regulations keep us from conducting this event live it will be converted to VIRTUAL. You will still get your shirt, bib, and finisher medal*** New for this year, finisher medal for all, chip timing on a USATF Certified course, text messaging within seconds of finishing on your mobile device, and an HD finish line video on YouTube to... Read more →


New Jersey Hall of Fame Induction Saturday

The virtual red carpet is ready to welcome some of New Jersey’s best and brightest! Danny DeVito is set to host the 13th annual New Jersey Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, with special appearances by President George W. Bush, Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Snyder-Murphy, Chelsea Handler, Patti LaBelle, Quincy Jones, Keith Richards, Robin Roberts, Judith Light, Al Leiter, Nona Hendryx, and many more guest surprises! The one-hour ceremony will premiere at 7 pm Saturday, October 16 on My9NJ and on the Hall of Fame’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, with re-airings on Sunday, October 17, Saturday, October... Read more →


Haddonfield Announces Halloween Activities

DINOSAUR MADNESS TAKES OVER HADDONFIELD DURING TWO-WEEK HALLOWEEN FESTIVITIES Haddonfield, NJ (October 8, 2021) – For two weeks leading up to Halloween, Haddonfield is going prehistoric. Expect dinosaurs wandering the charming downtown streets, a window decorating contest at local businesses, contests, giveaways, and plenty of family fun. Haddyween, now in its second year, is inspired by John Giannotti's Hadrosaurus foulkii sculpture “Haddy” located at 2 Kings Court. It’s based on an important dinosaur skeleton that was unearthed in October 1858, right in Haddonfield. “This October marks 163 years since the Hadrosaurus skeleton was discovered here in Haddonfield,” says Bob Hochgertel,... Read more →


*Gloucester Township Cancels Halloween

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ--(OCTOBER 8, 2021)--Gloucester Township is asking residents to follow safety precautions with respect to celebrating Halloween. The Township strongly encourages residents to use their best judgment and practice the recommended safety measures while trick-or-treating this year, between the hours of 2 pm and 7:30 pm on Sunday, October 31, 2021. Please use your own discretion when evaluating risks associated with your child trick-or-treating; and if you are worried about possible COVID-19 exposure, please refrain from participating and opening your door to trick-or-treaters. An official sign is available for downloading and printing. Gloucester Township suggests placing the sign on... Read more →


Keep Center City Vibrant, Support Recovery

Support the Center City District Foundation and contribute to the vitality and economic recovery of Philadelphia. During the past eighteen months, Center City District employees have not missed a single day, working to make sure Center City sidewalks remain clean, safe, and attractive. Contributions from donors like you helped us add more safe activities in our four parks, provide opportunities for performing arts groups to perform outside, while supporting outdoor dining for restaurants. Contributions to the Center City District Foundation help us animate streetscapes and parks, creating world-class public spaces with high-quality experiences for all. Please support the Center City... Read more →


Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Gloucester City Residents to Submit Public Comment

(Gloucester City, Camden County, NJ)(Oct.5, 2021)-- Friday, October 8, a team of assessors from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) will examine all aspects of the Gloucester City Police Department policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services Chief Brian Morrell announced today. “Verification by the team that the Gloucester City Police Department meets the Commission’s “best practice” standards is part of a voluntary process to achieve accreditation, a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence”, Morrell said. As part of this final on-site assessment, employees and members of the general public are invited to... Read more →


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: “10 Reasons to Vote for Sara O’Brien”

Youth Oriented Energetic Concerned Citizen Educated Good Listener Open-Minded Communicator Loves Gloucester City Organized Caring Vote “Column 3” Independent—Sara O’Brien for Council Submitted by Former Mayor Bob Bevan Read more →


2021 MotorBella Impresses

By Raymond Rolak National and International Transportation News Photo credit Lars Hjelmroth Jeff Marentic, (left) Ford Motor Company General Manager of Passenger Vehicles met with reporter Raymond Rolak and other members of the media to discuss the many new models Ford is offering the public this year. PONTIAC, Michigan -- The 2021 substitute for the North American Auto Show, MotorBella, got off to a soggy start but was a tremendous success during the Media Preview. The presentation spoiled by light rain. The new look had gleaming vehicles spread across the M1 Concourse and track. The M1 Concourse is an 87-acre... Read more →


$4 Trillion in Prime Waste-Cutting Recommendations

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, at the beginning of fiscal year (FY) 2022, Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) released Prime Cuts 2021, the latest edition of the group’s comprehensive recommendations to eliminate waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement in the federal government. Here are the facts: Prime Cuts has been published annually since 1993 and addresses every area of government spending. Total savings from Prime Cuts 2021 are $370.1 billion in the first year and $4 trillion over five years. There are 580 recommendations from bipartisan and nonpartisan sources, including the Government Accountability Office, Congressional Budget Office, and the budgets of former... Read more →


William “Doug” Mokoid, Named Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power Region President

Announcement comes as 37-year company veteran, Gary Stockbridge, announces retirement MAYS LANDING, N.J. and NEWARK, Del. (October 5, 2021) – Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power, has named Doug Mokoid as its new Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs and Region President for Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power. Mokoid replaces Gary Stockbridge, who announced his retirement after 37 years with the Exelon family of companies and its predecessors. During his career , Stockbridge spent nearly 15 years with Philadelphia-based PECO before moving to Delmarva Power in 1997 to run the competitive retail energy business,... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: NJ Schools Partake in Week of Respect

OCEAN COUNTY,NJ --Each year during the first week of October, schools across New Jersey participate in the “Week of Respect.” The purpose of the Week of Respect is to teach students how to respect others, their school, their community, and themselves. It also emphasizes how we can all prevent harassment, intimidation, and bullying situations. Bullying is not only devastating while it’s happening; research shows that the negative effects can last a lifetime. Students who are bullied report more physical symptoms, such as headaches or stomachaches, and mental health issues, such as depression or anxiety, than other students. Students who bully... Read more →


October is Liver Awareness Month: 

A COTA Family is Celebrating One Daughter’s Healthy Liver … Now They Wait to Learn Transplant Timelines for Their Two Youngest Kids October 4, 2021 -- October is Liver Awareness Month, which is the month touted by the American Liver Foundation to raise public awareness of the importance of liver health. More than 30 million Americans suffer with some form of liver disease. This October, a Colorado transplant family is celebrating their daughter’s now healthy liver and waiting to learn transplant timelines for their two-year-old daughter and nine-month-old son. The Hawks Family of Severance, Colorado, began its transplant journey 10... Read more →


CORONAVIRUS: Few Masks. Sick Kids. Packed ERs. How One District’s First Four Weeks of School Went Bad

by Nicole Carr ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Series: Coronavirus The U.S. Response to COVID-19 For the mother of two in suburban Atlanta’s wealthy East Cobb, the breaking point came the first Friday of the school year. It was two months after Cobb County School District, Georgia’s second-largest, announced it was revoking its mask mandate, two days after the district ditched its quarantine protocol for a far more lenient one, and 10 minutes after she had decided to cold call a local... Read more →


William “Doug” Mokoid, Named Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power Region President

Announcement comes as 37-year company veteran, Gary Stockbridge, announces retirement MAYS LANDING, N.J. and NEWARK, Del. (October 5, 2021) – Pepco Holdings, which includes Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power, has named Doug Mokoid as its new Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs and Region President for Atlantic City Electric and Delmarva Power. Mokoid replaces Gary Stockbridge, who announced his retirement after 37 years with the Exelon family of companies and its predecessors. During his career , Stockbridge spent nearly 15 years with Philadelphia-based PECO before moving to Delmarva Power in 1997 to run the competitive retail energy business,... Read more →


The Avalon Volunteer Fire Company building will be expanded

New Traffic Plan Behind Public Safety Complex The Avalon Volunteer Fire Company building will be expanded over the course of the next few years and areas including and around the firehouse will be a construction zone for the duration of this work. The initial phase of this work is expected to begin during the week of October 4th. Drivers should be aware that for a period of three to four weeks, the two handicapped parking spots adjacent to the Avalon Senior Center will be temporarily relocated in order for underground work to be performed safely. The ramp to the Avalon... Read more →


Gloucester County’s Intern Scholarship Program

Free education and ample opportunity with The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners, in cooperation with Rowan College South Jersey (RCSJ) and Rowan University established the Gloucester County Intern Scholarship Program to provide scholarship opportunities for outstanding students. In addition to the potential to save up to $150,000 for a four-year degree, the scholarship covers first year and second year tuition and academic fees at RCSJ and offers students meeting required criteria the opportunity to participate for a third and fourth year at Rowan University. “In addition to taking their courses at RCSJ, students will intern in fields including business administration,... Read more →


Gloucester City Police Dept. Seeking Applicants for Special Law Enforcement Officer-Class III

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 5, 2021)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Police Department is seeking applicants for the position of Special Law Enforcement Officer-Class III Minimum qualifications for SLEO personnel: Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files 1) Must be retired law enforcement officers who are less than 65 years of age. NOTE: a law enforcement officer shall not be considered retired if the officer's return to employment violates any federal or state law or regulation, which would deem the officer's retirement as not being bona fide; 2) Must have served as a duly qualified, fully trained, full-time officer in any municipality, county, agency of this state,... Read more →


Gloucester County Residents Time For Your Free Flu Shot

The Gloucester County Department of Health is offering free flu clinics through the end of the year for all Gloucester County residents. Director Robert M. Damminger said, "The best way to keep yourself and those around you flu-free this year is to get the flu shot as soon as you can. It's never too early to start protecting yourself." Commissioner Jim Jefferson, Liaison to the Department of Health, said, “There is no cost for our residents to receive this flu shot and all they need to do is show up with valid ID. The county is committed to promoting healthy... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Avalon Trunk or Treat/Halloween Registration

Avalon’s Halloween celebration and Trunk or Treat are both coming this month! To register your house for Halloween trick or treating, click here: https://stoneharborrecreation.com/trick-or-treat-halloween-house-registration/ Read more →


Balance Your Part-Time Job Along with Your College Education

College is the final stretch of a person’s growth toward true adulthood. Passing college with an outstanding GPA is a goal shared by many, but it’s not easy, especially when you have a job. Whether you’ve paid with a personal loan or got a student loan, you need to pay off the debt. One of the biggest challenges a lot of college freshmen's face is struggling to find the right balance between their work and college careers. Without a proper balance, it’s not uncommon to fall off track. Here are three ways you can balance your part-time job with college... Read more →


West Nile Virus Case in Gloucester Township

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – A Gloucester Township resident has tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). Recently, the resident was admitted to a local hospital displaying symptoms consistent with WNV. Laboratory test results positive for West Nile Virus were reported to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services. “West Nile Virus typically affects a small number of New Jersey residents each year, however the prevalence of the virus has been increasing recently,” said Commissioner Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Health Department. “The Camden County Department of Health is continuing to work with the Mosquito Commission to ensure that... Read more →


MotorBella Impresses and Thrills as Substitute for NAIAS

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Contributor PONTIAC, Michigan -- MotorBella, the 2021 substitute for the North American Auto Show got off to a soggy start but was a tremendous success during the Media Preview and presentation. Light rain spoiled the look of new and gleaming vehicles spread across the M1 Concourse and track. The M1 Concourse is an 87-acre complex of garage-type condos that occupy the former GM’s truck and bus factory. This all rings a test track that was too wet to allow for the demos and familiarization rides that some manufacturers had planned for the media. Rod Alberts... Read more →


Moorestown Fall Leaf Collection Schedule Released

MOORESTOWN, NJ--Public Works will begin leaf pickup on 10/18/21. First collection will run from 10/18/21-11/12/21 by trash pickup district. Second collection will run from 11/15/21-21/17/21 by trash pickup district. See flyer for your pickup week. No brush will be picked up in November and December. Hydrant flushing wil take place from 10/1/21 through 10/31/21 between the hours of 10pm and 2am. Please call Public Works at 856-235-3520 with any questions. Address/Location Township of Moorestown Police Department 1245 N Church St Moorestown, NJ 08057 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-234-8300 Read more →


Pennsylvania Paying Parents During Shortage of School Bus Drivers

By Mallory Falk September 30, 2021 HARRISBURG, PA--A nationwide shortage of school bus drivers is pushing Pennsylvania officials to act to help struggling districts. “We’re beginning to understand the magnitude of the problem,” said Noe Ortega, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, at a press conference Thursday. PennDOT is reaching out to around 375,000 residents with commercial driver’s licenses, letting them know about the need for yellow bus drivers and laying out the steps to become one. The state agency hopes to reach drivers who are looking for work or extra income. “We want to do everything we possibly... Read more →


*Gloucester City Politics: Sara O'Brien, The Independent Choice for Gloucester City Politics

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--Sara O'Brien the Gloucester City Independent candidate for the city council at large seat left vacated by Patrick Keating, released the following press release explaining why she is running for election on Tuesday, November 2. The release also includes information on her background. RELATED: Former Mayor Bevan Says The City's Form of Government is Outdated, Needs Changing Read more →


*CAMDEN COUNTY 4-H's ANNUAL HAUNTING - Oct. 22-23

A family-friendly Haunted Walk through Lakeland and Kiddie Pumpkin Patch Do you like a good scare? Then join Camden County 4-H for their annual Haunting on Friday, Oct. 22 and Sat. Oct. 23 from 7-10:30 pm in Blackwood. This year's Haunting returns as a Haunted Walk in and around the Camden County Office of Sustainability at 508 Lakeland Road. 4-H volunteers and members will transform Lakeland into a Halloween worthy event complete with haunted scenes that are sure to bring shivers and goose bumps around every turn. Suggested for children ages 8 and up, the Haunting serves as the largest... Read more →


*The Virtual Walk to End Lupus

The Virtual Walk to End Lupus Now South Jersey is part of the Lupus Foundation of America’s signature walk program. Benefiting the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America, proceeds from the walk directly support those affected by lupus in the tri-state region through programs of research, education, support and advocacy. The Walk to End Lupus Now brings communities together to solve this great mystery of a disease. Lupus has no known cause and no known cure, but you can help raise awareness and support for the estimated 1.5 million Americans and 5 million people worldwide, including the... Read more →


*Mt. Ephraim's BOOS AND BREWS, OCTOBER 23

By Mount Ephraim MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ --The Mt. Ephraim Celebrations Committee will hold the “Boos and Brews” event on Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 2pm-7pm. The event will be on Station Avenue and will include music, beer and refreshments. Crafts for the kids– fun for the whole family! Read more →