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A Look At Harry's Ocean Bar and Grille

HARRY'S OCEAN BAR AND GRILLE IN CAPE MAY ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE CHEF, MENU, SEVEN DAY A WEEK LIVE MUSIC AND NEW OWNERSHIP The ocean-side dining destination has exciting changes both in the kitchen and on the roof deck for July and August - and beyond Cape May, NJ - Harry's Ocean Bar and Grille (1025 Beach Ave) is firing up exciting changes in and out of the kitchen for summer of 2022. The ocean-side dining destination and sprawling ocean-side roofdeck, located directly next to The Montreal Beach Resort, is proud to introduce new ownership and a new top chef in... Read more →

Ikiya Collective: They Won't Stop With Abortion, Rise Up for Our Rights

press release SAPD tries to stop Queer Lakota Led Ikiya Collective from marching in San Antonio Pride with Abortion Rights Banner San Antonio, TX: Tonight, San Antonio Police Department and PRIDE marshalls on roller skates tried to stop Ikiya Collective from marching in San Antonio's "Pride Bigger Than Texas" parade with a banner that read "They Won't Stop with Abortion, Rise up for Our Rights!" The group of Black, Indigenous and queer folks of the global majority was stopped three times by the police despite marching with the San Antonio Human Rights Campaign. When stopped by the police from entering... Read more →

Newark school board approves changes to attendance, discipline, graduation

By Catherine Carrera The Newark Board of Education approved updates to several policies Tuesday that will, among other changes, modify the way absences are tracked and suspensions are imposed. Certain rules embedded in the old policies contributed to an unclear number of retentions and suspensions. For example, a clause in the previous attendance policy would keep a student in the same grade due to chronic absenteeism without considering the cause of the absences. New language in the policies aims to keep students in school and on track, Superintendent Roger León said. The updated attendance policy and guidance will give attendance... Read more →

Exciting Essex Horse Trials Features Local Family Fun

Peter Chesson Memorial Classic Car Show to Be Held Saturday Far Hills, New Jersey — June 24, 2022 — Looking for an exciting way to spend the holiday weekend without the expense of faraway travel? The Essex Horse Trials is the answer. Set to take place July 1-2, the two-day sportfest offers the excitement of eventing along with fun family entertainment in the local setting of North Jersey. via GIFER Friday features Dressage and Show Jumping at Hamilton Farm, home of the USET Foundation Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ and Saturday showcases the exhilarating cross-country phase at historic Moorland Farm in... Read more →

Five Steps You Need to Follow to Obtain a Marijuana Card in New Jersey

Source A New Jersey medical marijuanas card is given to applicants who go through the New Jersey Medicinal Marijuana Program, founded in 2013. Thus, before applying for an N.J. medicinal marijuana card, you must be a resident of New Jersey for at least six months. If you are already a patient and marijuana is on your prescription given by your doctor, you will not need an application or certification from the program. The process is effortless, with only five main steps. Here is a short guide for the applicants to get a dispensary card in New Jersey. Proof of Residence... Read more →

WESTVILLE NEWS: ProWrestling:R invites you to The Cookout

July 17, 2022 LIVE from the Superkrazee Entertainment Center 1030 Delsea Dr 4W in Westville, NJ. Doors open at 1:30 PM. 2PM Bell Time. The MAIN EVENT is nothing short of SPECTACULAR #TheCookout #MainEvent #FIRSTTIMEEVER #Anywhere #TheDefinitionOfFly vs. #TheKingOfTheTerritory #LaDineroDeLaIglesia #TheAllFather ProWrestling:R presents The Cookout BLK Jeez (@Jeez215)vs. Mr. Darius Carter (@MrDariusCarter) ALSO on the card… Boom Harden and Jermaine meet one last time, to settle their beef, once and for all. Jermaine cost Boom the chance to become the inaugural ProWrestling:R #RISE Champion. Now the Nuketown Dragon is coming for his head in a Lights Out match. There must... Read more →

Brooklawn's Fireworks Saturday Night; Annual Independence Day Celebration to be Held Monday, July 4

BROOKLAWN RESIDENTS--The borough's annual fireworks display will be held Saturday, June 25 (tonight). The event begins at 6 PM with the fireworks starting shortly after dusk. The Borough's Annual 4th of July Celebration will be held on Monday, July 4. The public is invited to come out and enjoy the celebration! The parade will begin at 10 am at New Broadway and Chestnut St. and travel south along New Broadway crossing the railroad tracks across from Lipkins Pharmacy to Memorial Park. SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY: 9:00 – 9:45 am Parade Registration at West Side Firehouse (New Broadway & Chestnut St.)... Read more →


Air Quality Alert Advisory: Air Quality Alert until 12:00AM Sunday The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a code orange air quality alert Saturday for Southwestern New Jersey. A code orange air quality alert means that air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups. Sensitive groups include children...people suffering from asthma... heart disease or other lung diseases...and the elderly. The effects of air pollution can be minimized by avoiding strenuous activity or exercise outdoors. For more information on ground-level ozone and fine particles...visit http://www.state.nj.us/dep/ Read more →

Philadelphia's Largest German Summer Festival Saturday on South Street

WITH GIANT MAYPOLE, LIVE MUSIC, DANCING AND MORE Philadelphia's largest German summer festival returns after a three-year delay with authentic food, 13 beers pouring, liter lift competition, VIP tickets, and family fun Philadelphia, PA - Prost! Brauhaus Schmitz presents Sommerfest Block Party and Summer Festival on South Street on Saturday, June 25th, from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. The city's award-winning German restaurant will take over the entire 700 block of South Street for a full day of family fun that includes the region's largest Maypole, authentic German dancing, live music, flower crowns, face painting, schnapski tent, games, and much... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA (June 23, 2022) – Following several successful station cleaning and maintenance blitzes last year SEPTA is continuing the initiative through the summer on the Broad Street (BSL) and Market-Frankford Lines (MFL). Subway Station Cleaning Blitz Continues This Weekend This weekend’s station cleaning will be at Ellsworth-Federal Station (BSL) June 24, 25, 26. The station will close at 8 p.m. on Friday and reopen Monday morning at 5 a.m. Efforts will focus on cleaning, as well as painting and power washing. The rest of the scheduled cleaning blitzes will include Huntingdon Station (MFL) on July 29, 30, 31 and Wyoming... Read more →

The Gloucester City Board of Education is Requiring Updated Proof of Residency for Certain Grades

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 23, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Parents of children who transition between the district's schools (from 3rd to 4th grade and from 8th to 9th grade) must submit proof of residency. Further explanation of the new rule along with the items that will be accepted as proof are listed in the letter below. The notice was released five days ago, on June 17, 2022, by School Superintendent/High School Principal Sean Gorman. Read more →

PATCO Announces Priority Trackwork Schedule for Today and Thursday

A priority trackwork schedule is in effect for Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23. The adjusted schedule is required due to an interlocking taken out of service. Interlockings allow trains to cross over from one track to the other. The outage impacts how quickly PATCO can turn around westbound trains arriving at 15/16th & Locust St. Station for eastbound service to Lindenwold. During Wednesday’s evening rush hour, eastbound trains will operate every 7-8 minutes. For Thursday's morning rush hour, westbound trains will operate every 7-8 minutes. VIEW SCHEDULE Read more →

*Cumberland County Fair is Back!!!!

Bring the Whole Family! Amusement Rides, Pageant, 4-H Livestock Shows, Summer Craft Show on Sat, 11am to rpm, Fireworks on Friday, Roadhouse 4 Band, Magic Show, Face Painter, Ballon Artist, Kids' Day, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Food Trucks over 10, Food Concessions, Live Butterfly Exhibit, 4-H Chicken & Port BBQ, Horse & Livestock Shows, Fee stuff for kids, DJ "Crazy Bob" and so much more. General Admission $5.00, Kids 5 & under Free. Wristband Wednesday $20 Thursday $25, ATM on the Grounds, No Credit Cards Rain or Shine! Community News Demolition Derby Featured in the Grandstand Saturday, July 9th $10... Read more →

Camden County Hero Scholarship Football Frenzy

Purchase by mail: 162 W. White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ 08009 (Checks made payable to Hero Scholarship) by email: dawn@camdencountyhero.com by phone: (856)768-9656 and pay with credit card by Venmo: @cchero by PayPal: using he donate button on our website (www.camdencountyhero.com) The Football Frenzy Fundraiser works as follows: *Each individually numbered ticket has a list of professional football teams on the ticket. Each team is given a corresponding team letter/symbol to be used throughout the season. *On each ticket there is a list for each of the 18 weeks of the football regular season. Under each week is a combination... Read more →

DO YOU NEED HELP? Parents Inc.’s Family Helpline Provides Families with FREE 24-Hour Help, Hope and Support

Those Looking for a Safe, Non-Judgmental Place to Talk About Family Issues Can Call 1-800-THE-KIDS TRENTON, NJ [June 21, 2022] – No one ever said being a parent or teen was easy. Whether you’re a parent dealing with the “terrible twos” or a teenager feeling lost and confused, help and support is just a phone call away. HELP IS AVAILABLE Parents Inc. offers the Family Helpline (1-800-THE-KIDS) - a free and confidential statewide service that offers 24/7 live support for parents, teens, children and professionals to access information and referrals to community agencies in their area. The Family Helpline provides... Read more →

CNB Traffic Alert: Holy Child Parish Lawn Festival Begins Tonight 6 PM to 11 PM Until June 25

Gloucester Township Police Traffic Advisory- Expect HEAVY vehicle and pedestrian traffic on Evesham Road at Black Horse Pike Rt 168 starting 6PM tonight, Monday June 20 thru this Saturday June 25 due to the Holy Child Parish Lawn Festival. If you are not attending the festival, please attempt to avoid this area between the hours of 6 PM to 11 PM. There will be officers on scene crossing pedestrians therefore please pay attention, stay off your phones and reduce speeds in the area. Thank you. Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd Gloucester Township, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency:... Read more →

Spotlight on NJ College Students: York College of Pa.

CONGRATULATIONS! YORK, PA (06/17/2022)-- More than 1400 students were named to the Spring 2022 Dean's List at York College of Pennsylvania. To be eligible for this honor, a student must be registered for at least 12 academic credit hours and earn a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher. Jennifer Poole of Burlington, NJ, a 2022 Forensic Chemistry major Chakeeya Coleman of Willingboro, NJ, a 2024 Pre-Nursing major Chakenya Coleman of Willingboro, NJ, a 2024 Pre-Nursing major Sara D'Aloia of Marlton, NJ, a 2022 Marketing major Morgan Marshall of Mount Laurel, NJ, a 2022 Nursing major Amanda Lapinski of Medford, NJ,... Read more →

State of New Jersey Changes Requirements for REAL ID and Standard Licenses/IDS Revised

Requirements for REAL ID and Standard Licenses/IDs Revised Federal REAL ID Modernization Act Drives Change in Proof of SSN TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) customers will no longer need to present a Social Security card or other document to prove their Social Security number; instead, thanks to changes in REAL ID, proof of Social Security number may be electronically verified by NJMVC with the Social Security Administration database. GOOD NEWS!!! In 2019, A-4743/S-3229 was signed by Governor Murphy updating requirements for New Jersey licenses and IDs. As part of this legislation, applicants for New Jersey licenses or... Read more →


WITH GIANT MAYPOLE, LIVE MUSIC, DANCING AND MORE Philadelphia's largest German summer festival returns after three year delay with authentic food, 13 beers pouring, liter lift competition, VIP tickets and family fun Philadelphia, PA - Prost! Brauhaus Schmitz presents Sommerfest Block Party and Summer Festival on South Street on Saturday, June 25th, from 11:00am to 7:00pm. The city's award-winning German restaurant will take over the entire 700 block of South Street for a full day of family fun that includes the region's largest Maypole, authentic German dancing, live music, flower crowns, face painting, schnapski tent, games and much more. Brauhaus... Read more →

Top 8 Advantages of Hiring Professionals to Repair Your Garage Door

Homeowners may find garage door maintenance to be a challenging undertaking. It may appear that repairing the garage is the better option. Still, if done incorrectly, it will cost more time and money in the long run, so hiring pros is generally recommended – especially when they offer exceptional discounts. There are several advantages to dealing with commercial businesses; in this article, you will learn how you may profit by obtaining your own personalized commercial garage door repair service plan. Added Security and Protection Garages are often immediately adjacent to homes and often used to keep all items that are... Read more →


THOSE LOST DURING THE EARLY YEARS OF THE AIDS PANDEMIC IN PHILADELPHIA * Exhibition and Public Memorial Service to Take Place During Philly Gay Pride Month * Philadelphia, PA – The William Way LGBT Community Center and artist/entrepreneur Alex Stadler have teamed up to collaborate on a special exhibition and public memorial service for those lost in the early AIDS pandemic in the city of Philadelphia. Gone and For Ever, part of Remembrance, will remember and honor those who died in our region dating back to the early 1980s. Stadler and collaborating artists have created a one-of-a-kind artist-made exhibition to... Read more →

Future of Bitcoin Trading in Timor-Leste

The future of Bitcoin trading in Timor-Leste is uncertain. The country has not yet released any regulations or guidelines on how to trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. However, the government is reportedly considering creating a task force to study the issue. You can also explore bitqt for more information. In the meantime, Bitcoin trading remains largely unregulated in Timor-Leste. This means that there is no official body overseeing the trading of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This could change in the future, but for now, traders should be aware of the risks involved in trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Timor-Leste.... Read more →

Top causes of plumbing issues and how plumbing Melbourne professionals might help

If you experience a leak below the sink, these are signs of issues with the plumbing system. You must be wondering why it keeps occurring. These may be because of multiple reasons, and understanding these is not easy for an average individual. Remember that if you want to wash your hands off these causes of plumbing problems, you must work with professionals because they can help you avoid costly mistakes and provide immediate plumbing repair. Do visit site - baysideplumbingmelbourne.com to understand plumbing issues. These professionals also know the new tools and equipment operating in the market. They use these... Read more →

Coming Events in Philly and Atlantic City

Named one of the ""World's Greatest Places"" by Time Magazine and one of the ""Best Destinations in the World"" by Conde Nast, the City of Brotherly & Sisterly Love is a leading cultural and culinary destination, featuring world-famous museums, attractions, events, outdoor spaces, and signature dishes at award-winning restaurants. Explore the diversity and creativity of Philly's neighborhoods outside of the historic center, picnic under the stars, and rock an outdoor show at the Mann. Take in timeless art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art or the Rodin Museum. Check out Science After Hours at the Franklin Institute. Walk or bike... Read more →

Gloucester City Residents Have A New Trash Hauler; Housing Office Inspects 566 Properties in March

William E. Cleary Sr. l CNBNews Seaside Waste Service is the City's new trash hauler (CNBNews photo) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 13, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The city received two bids for the collection of trash and recyclables. Seaside Waste Service of Hammonton, which submitted the low bid of $1,748,601 for three years was awarded the contract. The other bid of $1,796,222 was received from Central Jersey Waste and Recyclables. Dumping fees are approximately $81 a ton. In 2021 the city paid $478,604 in dumping fees and in 2020 the total was $453,228. Seaside Waste Service will be picking up both trash and recyclable... Read more →

A guide to Delta-8 THC Carts in 2022

What are delta 8 carts? Delta 8 carts are cannabis oil cartridges that contain Delta 8 THC, a potent, psychoactive cannabinoid found in hemp plants. Delta 8 THC is similar to Delta 9 THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, but it is legal under federal law and does not produce the same psychoactive effects. Delta 8 THC carts are available in various strains and flavors and can use them to provide relief from pain, anxiety, and other medical conditions. Delta 8 carts are also popular among recreational users for their ability to create a powerful psychoactive experience. Exploring D8’s Effect... Read more →

SAY IT ISN'T SO: Tens of millions of Pennsylvania school dollars 'unauditable'

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Recent state audits have called attention to some Pennsylvania school districts’ lackadaisical controls that have made auditing how tens of millions of dollars were spent impossible. The audits do not suggest any illegal activity, but poor compliance measures can hide how taxpayer dollars are being wasted or improperly spent. YOUR MONEY !!!! A May performance audit of Allentown City School District reported $8.5 million in transportation reimbursements that were “unauditable” over a four-year period. “Allentown City School District (District) did not implement an adequate internal control system over the... Read more →

7 Tips for Finding The Best Abuse Compensation Lawyer

Image Source With all of the beautiful things that this life and existence have to offer, reality dictates that negative things exist in the face of abuse, crimes, and assault. Living is complex and dangerous when viewed from different perspectives, which is a hard pill to swallow. Thus, lawyers and attorneys are in place to advise and defend your rights when facing these adversities. Victims of abuses such as assault, violence, and many others have the right to claim compensation because of the unjust events they have experienced. And with their expertise, lawyers can help these victims access the compensation... Read more →

Indigenous Leaders Hold Rally in Response to President Biden's Visit to New Mexico

O'ga Pogeh (Santa Fe), NM (June 11, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)-- - Today, Indigenous leaders and climate justice organizations from the New Mexico area held a rally in response to President Biden’s visit to NM to bring attention to the fire devastation. President Biden was expected to arrive in New Mexico today to meet with Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham, Rep. Teresa Leger-Frenadez, Rep. Stanbury, Senator Ben Ray Lujan, and Senator Martin Heinrich for a briefing on the current wildland fires throughout the state. The rally was organized by Pueblo Action Alliance, YUCCA (Youth United for Climate Crisis Action), the SouthWest Organizing Project, Tewa Women... Read more →

Run with the Docs Returns: Sunday, June 12

"Going the Extra Mile” for Virtua’s Perinatal Bereavement and Palliative Care Program Since 2015, Virtua's Run with the Docs—a 5K run and a one-mile walk—has raised nearly $260,000 to support Virtua’s Perinatal Bereavement and Palliative Care Program, which provides support and care to families experiencing pregnancy or infant loss. The program helps to ensure that families who experience loss have access to a multidisciplinary range of services that provide comfort and support during an exceedingly difficult time. More than 1,000 participants are expected to attend this year’s event. This is the first in-person version of the event since 2019 and... Read more →

How to Write a Philosophy Essay (Tips)

A philosophy project, like any other writing activity, might be challenging if you don't know how to approach it. Why? Managing schoolwork and other activities is not simple; it necessitates a significant amount of time and effort. Many students, particularly part-time students, have insufficient hours and hence are unable to write their essays on time. These factors may lead students to seek a paper writer for professional help. Furthermore, writing a philosophy essay can be challenging, especially if you are unfamiliar with the subject.If you're having trouble writing your paper, it's a good idea to get assistance and instruction from... Read more →

A Step-By-Step Guide On Writing Essays For The College Students Who Want To Ace Their Exams

A lot of students are under the impression that essay writing doesn’t actually require much effort on their part because all they have to do is read through the assignment, think up an idea, and then write it down. If you fall into this category of students, you may want to give yourself a wake-up call before your first exam rolls around and you find yourself scrambling to put together something decent at the last minute before class begins. Following are some steps you can take right now in order to write well-thought-out essays that will help you not only... Read more →

Camden County Summer Concerts

2022 Summer Park Events Guide See What Summer Has to Offer in This Year's Jam Packed Guide, Including Many Concerts and Events The 2022 Park Events Guide is your family’s ticket to an amazing season of fun and entertainment. Celebrate Independence Day at the Camden County Freedom Festival at Wiggins Waterfront Park featuring a performance from the O’Jays or check out the cool sounds of the Sundown Music Series at the McLaughlin Norcross Memorial Dell at Haddon Lake Park. From kayaking to exercise classes, horseback riding and more, this summer’s lineup of events has something fun for everyone. Whether you... Read more →

National Bank has opened a special account to raise funds for the Ukraine army (updated)

Russia started a war in Ukraine. Now we are fighting for our beautiful land, for Europe, for democracy and for the whole world. We are strong, but we need support. Help the Ukrainian army. Donate here https://bank.gov.ua/ua/news/all/natsionalniy-bank-vidkriv-spetsrahunok-dlya-zboru-koshtiv-na-potrebi-armiyi Viva Ukraine! Slava Ukraini! **** The National Bank of Ukraine has decided to open a special fundraising account to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This decision was made in connection with the imposition of martial law in Ukraine, the armed aggression of the Russian Federation and the danger to the state independence of Ukraine, its territorial integrity. The opening of the special... Read more →

MAPLE SHADE TRAFFIC ALERT: NJ Special Olympics Torch Run Friday, June 10 On Main St

The NJ Special Olympics Torch Run will be taking place on Friday, June 10th at approximately 7:30 AM on Main St., expect traffic delays. The Maple Shade Police Department will be participating in the 2022 New Jersey Special Olympic's Torch Run on Friday, June 10th at approximately 07:30 AM. The run will start at West Main Street with the Pennsauken border and continue to Rita's water ice on Camden Avenue. Come out and support the officers running as they raise money for the New Jersey Special Olympics. Motorists expect traffic delays during this period and take alternate routes if possible.... Read more →

Litter Boxes for Cats: How Can You Choose the Best One?

When you first adopt a cat, your primary thinking is to purchase the kitty supplies. The litter box should be at the top of your list. Despite its importance, many people put in a small effort while choosing the litter boxes. Judging by their appearances, you might assume that all litter boxes are the same. However, remember that not all cat litter boxes are identical and more importantly, not all of them are equal for every cat. Cats are extremely choosy about the depth, shape, size, and other factors of their litter boxes. Just like us humans, cats need litter... Read more →

Annual State LGBTQ+ Business Climate Index for 2022; New Jersey Ranks Number 4

NEW YORK – For Pride Month, Out Leadership, the premier global network for LGBTQ+ business leaders and companies, unveiled the 4th annual State LGBTQ+ Business Climate Index for 2022. The Index is a ranking from highest to lowest of all 50 states as it relates to legal, political, emotional support, health, business and other parameters for LGBTQ+ Americans. New Jersey ranked as #4 in the 2022 LGBTQ+ Business Climate Index. For more details about New Jersey and its ranking, click here. The top 10 states are New York (ranking #1), Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, Maine, Illinois, Oregon, California and... Read more →

A Message from Brooklawn Mayor Teri Branella

Dear Friends and Neighbors: May is the month that I moved to Brooklawn… 37 years ago! The house needed a lot of work. I thought it would be a perfect project for my dad who had just retired. So, I moved in, and we got started renovating. I figured I’d stay 5-7 years and move on. Well, that just didn’t happen. Simply put, I fell in love with Brooklawn. I loved the way I felt part of a community, part of a neighborhood. Neighbors look out for one another. In 2001, I was fortunate to be asked to fill a... Read more →

*Comment Restrictions: You Must Provide A Working Email Address/Name Will Be Published

Gloucestercitynews.net/CNBNewsnet comment rules, subject to change. We no longer accept comments with an anonymous name. No further comments will be published with just a first name or with a made up name. Your submitted remark must contain your full name and a working email address. If you believe in what you wrote you should be willing to back it up with your full name. We feel that people, who in the past were able to hide behind a computer screen, won’t be so embolden to viciously attack an opposing point of view now that their name is public. This should... Read more →

CNB Spotlight on NJ College Students: Delaware Valley Univ. and Alvernia Univ.

Spring 2022 Dean's List at Delaware Valley University DOYLESTOWN, PA (06/02/2022)-- These students were honored for academic achievement by being named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2022 semester. Heather Bertino of Williamstown, NJ Daniel Arone of Westampton, NJ Anthony Duca of Turnersville, NJ Gus Perna of Hammonton, NJ Victoria Smith of Hainesport, NJ Morgan Keener of Swedesboro, NJ Deja Smith of Berlin, NJ Zachary Underwood of Pine Hill, NJ Erin Wolf of Palmyra, NJ Julia Lorenz of Marlton, NJ Andrew Papia of Voorhees, NJ Emily Locke of Somers Point, NJ Cole Lachowicz of Monroeville, NJ Samantha Adams of... Read more →

*Fr. Sullivan's Alumni Golf Tournament June 20 Pitman Golf Club Seeks Sponsors

This golf tournament is named for Rev. John Sullivan who spent over 20 years of his life serving the Gloucester Catholic community. “Sully” was a friend to all who came in contact with him. We name the tournament in his honor to carry on the spirit of commitment that he gave to Gloucester Catholic. We are in need of sponsors for the event. If you own a business or know of someone who owns a business would you please consider a sponsorship opportunity? Click here to View Fr. Sullivan Golf Tourney Brochure with Sponsorship Opportunities! Types of Sponsorships: Presenting Sponsor... Read more →

*GCHS Johnny Gaudreau Golf Tournament July 29

6th Annual Johnny Gaudreau Golf Tournament Set for July 29 at Blue Heron Pines: Golf Registrations & Sponsorships Available!! About The Gaudreau Golf Tournament The Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament will provide families with financial need the opportunity to give their sons and daughters a Gloucester Catholic education. All proceeds directly fund scholarships and tuition assistance. Sponsorship and Golf Registration If you are interested in donating a sponsorship, please indicate the level of your donation below by filling in the sponsorship box. The levels of sponsorship are listed below. If you are registering to golf in the tournament, or you... Read more →

CNB TRAVEL NEWS: All work and no play is boring...

A Complete Guide to Events & Festivals in Greater Philadelphia This Summer Head to Philly for a summer full of street fests, concerts, games and more. READ MORE JUNE HIGHLIGHTS 31 Great Things to Do on the Delaware River Waterfront Right Now SIPPING, STROLLING, LOUNGING, KAYAKING AND MORE READ MORE Where to Celebrate Juneteenth This Year HISTORICAL REENACTMENTS, AFRICAN-INSPIRED PROGRAMMING AND LIVE PERFORMANCES READ MORE SPONSORED Beach Days at Peddler’s Village SAND SCULPTURES AND BLOCK PARTIES TAKE OVER IN JUNE READ MORE 26 Things to Do in Philadelphia & the Countryside This Week & Weekend INCLUDING THE RETURN OF THE... Read more →

We Can Foundation Walk to Remember June 19

PINE GROVE FIRE HALL, 9TH, AND JERSEY AVENUE If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation send your check or money order to We Can Foundation, 573 Homewood Lane, Williamstown NJ 08094 TIME 12 NOON TO 3 PM RELATED: So Who is George Merryfield ? The new face of fentanyl addiction: Kati's story Read more →

City of Gloucester City Annual Senior Citizens Claim for Reduced Water Charge

Consumer Tips GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Senior citizens, age 65, and over, are eligible for reduced water rents if they meet the qualifications listed in the application below. Why mayor and council don't publicize this money saver is anyone guess. Ordinance 90-32 provides reduced water rents for certain persons over 65 years of age. When any dwelling unit is owned and occupied by a person or persons who is or are over 65 years of age and who are not gainfully employed and are the sole support of themselves, then in such instances the minimum charge for water per quarter shall... Read more →

*You're Invited to the Cumberland County Fair July 5-9

You’re invited to join the Cumberland County Fair that returns to the Cumberland County Fairgrounds, 3001 Carmel Road, Millville The Cumberland County Cooperative Fair Board Association, headed up by Fair Board President, Donnie Schultz, promises there will be something for everyone. The County Fair is one of the highlights of the summer and brings thousands of families from throughout the state and county. The Cumberland County Fair is the oldest running county fair in the state that features five days and nights of old fashion, family fun. Fairgoers will enjoy amusement rides, games, and Demolition Derby in the Grandstand. Little... Read more →

*Gloucester County's Summer Kick Off

(Woodbury, NJ)—Gloucester County is looking forward to summer events and programs, and is getting ready to ring in the season with a new event. Director Frank J. DiMarco and Commissioner Jim Jefferson announced Monday, April 11 that Gloucester County will hold the first ever Gloucester County Summer Kick Off. The Gloucester County Summer Kick Off will take place Saturday, June 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at James G. Atkinson Park in Sewell, NJ. “What better way to welcome summer than with outdoor activities that the entire family can enjoy,” said Director Frank J. DiMarco. Director DiMarco says the... Read more →