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Moorestown Police Alert: Potential Severe Weather Thursday PM

MOORESTOWN, NJ--(gloucestercitynews.net)(May 22, 2019)--The National Weather Service is forecasting the potential for severe weather Thursday afternoon & evening. Thunderstorms, some of them strong to severe, will impact the area Thursday afternoon and evening. Some of these storms will likely be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, leading to scattered downed... Read more →

AC Electric Employees are Recognized for their Commitment to Volunteerism

Three South Jersey Nonprofits Receive $25,000 as Exelon’s Powering Communities program recognizes employee volunteer efforts during National Volunteer Month and throughout the year MAYS LANDING, N.J. (May 22, 2019)(gloucestercitynews.net)– Three Atlantic City Electric employees, William Eppler Jr., Julie Reed, and Ronnie Town, have been recognized for their community volunteer work... Read more →

Striped BassTakes Governor's Cup

The winners of Sunday's Governor's Surf Fishing Tournament have been announced! John Kolacy of Flanders was awarded the Governor's Cup for his 37½" Striped Bass. Tournament details are available on the Division's website, and the complete winners list is below: Bluefish Category Child (Male): First Place: Logan Apello, Cliffside Park,... Read more →


Atlantic City, N.J. (May 21, 2019) – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is kicking the summer off in a big way with a press conference, show-stopping entertainment and a Car A Day in May promotion providing a winning weekend for guests staying and playing at the property. The... Read more →

SJTA Invites Expressway Travelers to Its Annual 100 Days of Summer Event

Toll-free passage at Egg Harbor Plaza, 5 - 6 p.m. courtesy of Chickie's and Pete's HAMMONTON, NJ (gloucestercitynews.net)- May 21, 2019- The South Jersey Transportation Authority is pleased and proud to welcome the public to another season with its annual 100 Days of Summer celebration on the Atlantic City Expressway... Read more →

HS Seniors Face Realities of Drinking/Driving with Mock Crash

Rancocas Valley Regional High School Presented Powerful Pre-Prom Program 
Using Students and Area First Responders as Actors Mount Holly, N.J. (May 2019)(gloucestercitynews.net) – A car is upside down in the street, and a teenaged girl is lying beside it. Another car sits in front of the first car, a teenaged... Read more →

South Jersey Gas to Repave Avalon's Bicycle Path

in Advance of Memorial Day Weekend South Jersey Gas will be conducting a road repaving project in Avalon in advance of Memorial Day weekend. As expected, the utility has compromised the expansion of the Avalon Bicycle Path in the northern section of the community for new gas main installation, and... Read more →

Bet and a Burgerat Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City’s Sportsbook

Atlantic City, N.J. (May 16, 2019) – Where else in Atlantic City can you go to place a bet and get a burger? At the new Sportsbook in Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. The innovative Sportsbook has upped the ante with a new promotion called “Bet and a... Read more →

Avalon Clean Water Initiative/Single Use Plastics Ordinance

DETAILS REGARDING AVALON’S 2019 CLEAN WATER INITIATIVE AVALON NJ--This document is an abstract of the ordinance intended for general information. The actual ordinance has appeared on www.avalonboro.net as of September, 2018..thank you! Summary: On September 18, 2018 the Avalon Borough Council approved Ordinance 779-2018 that supports the Avalon Clean Water... Read more →

Atilis Gym Shows Endurance With Members

Chris Lambert, owner of Atilis Gyms, and his wife, Lesya, pose in front of a mural at his Egg Harbor Township location. By Maddy Vitale Members of the five Atilis Gym locations in Atlantic, Cape May and Camden counties have one thing in common. They love how they are treated.... Read more →

Starts May 20: Avalon Police “Click it or Ticket”

AVALON NJ --Avalon Police will participate in the annual “Click it or Ticket” campaign which runs from May 20th through June 2nd, 2019. The campaign is designed to remind motorists and passengers to buckle up while driving in, or riding in, a motor vehicle. The New Jersey seat belt usage... Read more →

NJ Sierra Club Joins Hands Across the Sand

to Protest Trump’s Offshore Drilling Plan Bradley Beach, NJ (May 18, 2019)(gloucestercitynews.net)--Today, New Jersey residents, NJ Assemblyman Houghtaling, NJ Assemblywoman Downey, Bradley Beach Mayor, Gary Engelstad, The New Jersey Sierra Club, Clean Ocean Action, and the Surfrider Foundation will be joining hands in Bradley Beach in opposition to offshore drilling... Read more →

Southern NJ Coastguardsman Awarded Trophy

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Seth Johnson BARNEGAT LIGHT, NJ--Petty Officer 2nd Class Eric Thornton, a Surfman and Boatswain's Mate at Coast Guard Station Barnegat Light, and recipient of the 2018 Cdr. Ray Evans Outstanding Coxswain Trophy, operates a 47-foot Motor Lifeboat by Barnegat Light, New... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ Students

Scarpa Completes Doctor of Chiropractic Program at Sherman College SPARTANBURG, SC (05/14/2019)-- Stephanie Scarpa of Marlton, NJ, was one of 36 students from around the world who received the doctor of chiropractic degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, SC, on March 23, 2019. The graduates participated in the... Read more →

Information About NJ's Beach Season Can Be Found Online

TRENTON (gloucestercitynews.net)- The Department of Environmental Protection is readying for the upcoming beach season by reminding residents about programs that help maintain New Jersey's excellent beach water quality and the various online platforms available to help the public be shore ready this summer, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today. New... Read more →

Atlantic City International Airport to Conduct Emergency Preparedness Exercise

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (gloucestercitynews.net)--The South Jersey Transportation Authority owner/operator of the Atlantic City International Airport will be conducting an emergency exercise onSaturday, May 18 from 0600 to 1400 hours at the Atlantic City International Airport. The purpose of the exercise is to test the Airport's and surrounding mutual aid companies'... Read more →

Maryland's Fishing Report: Striped Bass Regulations Have Changed

Maryland Fishing Report – May 15 Keith Lockwood | Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Photo by Letha Grimes While recent rains caused swollen streams and rivers and left everything a bit soggy, the weather for the coming weekend is predicted to be sunny and warm – and it should be... Read more →

Seven Benefits of In-House Manufacturing

Many startups and small businesses outsource their production to increase or boost the levels of their sales. Once their sales have risen, they need to consider weighing the benefits of in-house manufacturing. While it may seem like an effective way to cut costs and increase revenue, it is not always... Read more →

Patcong Creek Cleanup Set for May 19

A clean-up at Patcong Creek will take place May 19. (Courtesy Patcong Creek Foundation) (LINWOOD, NJ)(gloucestercitynews.net)(May 16, 2019)--Here is chance to help the community and have a lot of fun. The 14th annual Patcong Creek Cleanup is planned for Sunday, May 19 starting at 9:30 a.m. The clean-up, hosted by... Read more →


TRENTON (gloucestercitynews.net)- The 28th annual Governor's Surf Fishing Tournament, a popular competition for anglers of all ages, will be held at Island Beach State Park in Ocean County on Sunday, May 19. The tournament offers participants a great way to enjoy the sport of surf fishing while vying to catch... Read more →

How to travel the East Coast

The east coast of America is home to some of the most cultured and vibrant cities in the United States. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, it has centuries of history behind it in terms of immigration and pivotal moments in the founding of the United States as we know it today.... Read more →