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Alan M. Johnson, of Magnolia; formerly of Audubon and Camden

Alan M. Johnson, on March 26, 2021, of Magnolia; formerly of Audubon and Camden. Age 74. Devoted father of Brittany Johnson (Jeremy Hernandez) and William Johnson. Loving Pop Pop of Luke, Riley, Valarie, and Madison. Alan proudly served in the US Coast Guard during the Vietnam Era. Services and interment are private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Alan's memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675. Read more →

World War II soldier's son seeking info on father's photographs

World War II veteran and former Maine Legionnaire Richard Perkins was a radio operator stationed at Fort Shafter in Honolulu. When he passed away in 2014 he left behind nearly 700 negatives of photos he took during his service. His son, Dana, is trying to learn more about those individuals in the photos. The American Legion APR 01, 2021 FacebookTwitterMore10 Richard Erlon Perkins was a U.S. Army radio operator stationed for a period of time at Fort Shafter in Honolulu during World War II. A member of American Legion Post 42 in Damariscotta, Maine, when he passed away in 2014, Perkins didn’t speak much about his time in the military, according to his children. But after his death, Perkins’ children found a window to that... Read more →

Widener University/WCAU-TVNBC10 Honors High School Students

for Outstanding Leadership and Civic Contributions CHESTER, PA (03/25/2021)-- Widener University, in partnership with WCAU-TV NBC10, is proud to recognize the winners of the 2021 Widener University High School Leadership Awards. Over the past 10 years, the university has recognized more than 1,300 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware who demonstrated leadership within their communities. This year, the program recognized 129 students 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 their communities. They included: Alexandria Holton of Gloucester, NJ, 08030. Holton, who attends Audubon High School, made a difference by leading difficult conversations with family and friends, and advocating for social... Read more →

Walter Hartling, Jr., of Audubon, Age 51

On March 18, 2021. Age 51. Of Audubon. Cherished son of the late Walter Hartling and Mary Jones Hartling. Beloved father of Tyler and Austin Hartling. Cherished grandfather of Hayden, Koby and Caleb Hartling. Dear brother of Megan Hartling. Walt loved to cook and spend time with his grandkids and dogs. He loved the WWE and Chinese Fighting Movies. At the request of his family, services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Walter Hartling, Jr. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

American Legion Posts Across the Nation 'Saving Lives' Through Vaccine Efforts

American Legion Herman Kent Post 777 in Jamestown, N.Y., already had a strong relationship with the VA Western New York Healthcare System (VAWNYHS) prior to the coronavirus pandemic. But both entities recently expanded that relationship in an effort to get as many COVID-19 vaccines out to area veterans. The VAWNYHS has been administering vaccines since January and in March embarked on what is being called possibly one of VA’s largest rural outreach efforts ever by coordinating vaccine sites throughout the area. When VA officials reached out to Post 777, they quickly found another site willing to host a vaccine clinic. “They called us up … and asked if they could use the (post) as a vaccine clinic, and I said ‘sure, why not? We’re here... Read more →

Philip Puche Charged with Murder after Audubon Park Woman Dies

Camden, N.J. – A Cherry Hill man is now facing upgraded charges after the Audubon Park woman he injured with a sharp object in July died nearly eight months after the attack, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Haddon Township Police Chief Mark Cavallo. Philip Puche, 72, of Cherry Hill, was charged on March 18 with one count of first-degree Murder. On July 16, 2020, police were called to the 10 block of Turtledove Court in Audubon Park around 10 a.m. for a reported stabbing. When they arrived, they found the victim suffering from multiple stab and slash wounds. The victim, identified as Nancy Kenny, 63, of Audubon Park, provided Puche’s name to police as her attacker before she was transported... Read more →

Route 42 southbound ramps to and from Creek Road to be closed and detoured tonight

Missing Moves project advances in Camden County (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the Route 42 southbound ramps to and from Creek Road will be closed and detoured tonight as the Missing Moves project between I-295 and Route 42, advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Tuesday, March 16, until 6 a.m. Wednesday, March 17, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the Route 42 southbound Exit 14 ramp to Creek Road and the ramp from Creek Road to Route 42 southbound. The closures are necessary to mill and pave the road. The following detours will be in place: Route 42 southbound Exit 14 ramp to Creek Road detour: Motorists traveling on Route 42 southbound... Read more →

First livery for the American Legion-sponsored IndyCar revealed

The American Legion emblem is prominently featured on the newly revealed paint scheme, or livery, for the No. 48 car that will be driven by seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson and former NTT IndyCar Series champion Tony Kanaan during the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series. In December, American Legion and Chip Ganassi Racing announced a multi-year sponsorship agreement for the No. 48 Honda in the 2021 and 2022 NTT IndyCar Series. The American Legion will be featured prominently on the No. 48 Honda during every race in both seasons. Johnson will drive the street and road courses this season, while Kanaan will handle the ovals. The American Legion will be the primary sponsor for multiple oval races during the season, including the Indianapolis 500... Read more →

Lions v Rams Thriller Ends in Overtime 65-62

photo credit Bruce Darrow, CNBNews photographer GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 27, 2021)(CNBNews)--This year's boys basketball game between Gloucester Catholic and Gloucester High was played at Gloucester Catholic's gym. The 10 AM game, the first morning start in the series, was played without fans because of the pandemic. Catholic won the contest in overtime by a score of 65-62. Rams Ryan Roney finished with a game high of 25, with eight of those points coming in overtime. This is the fourth year that the Rams have taken the series. Jason Morgan tied a career-high with five 3-pointers and 19 points to help Gloucester Catholic improve to 10-2 on the season. Gloucester fell to 8-4, according to NJ.com .Aydan Hagan was just as hot for Gloucester. The... Read more →

Free Food for Camden County Residents Friday

Camden County has partnered with Touch New Jersey to bring FREE food distribution to those in need throughout Camden County. Drive-up only, While supplies last. Must wear a mask and practice social distancing. Read more →

Elizabeth Lydia Marinelli (nee Ceciro), age 85, of Audubon Park

Elizabeth Lydia Marinelli (nee Ceciro), age 85, of Audubon Park. Suddenly, after a long illness, passed to Our Lord on February 17, 2021. She was a longtime member of Kingsway Assembly of God Church in Cherry Hill. Betty, as some knew her, was an accomplished crafter, baker, gardener, and loved crabbing. Beloved wife of Anthony U. Marinelli for 43 years. Devoted mother of Julie-Lynn Hope, Anthony, and Hannah. Loving MeMom of Jennifer, Aaron, Austin, Anthony L., Julian, Kristin, Anthony J., Stanley, Hailey, and Henry and great grandmother of Nixon and Nola. Dear sister of David Cicero (Rosalie) and preceded in death by 9 siblings. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. There will be a visitation from 10am to 11am Monday, March 1st at Kingsway... Read more →

CNBNews Cheers & Jeers January & February 2021

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews CHEER--The Gloucester High Lady Lions are off to a great start; they are unbeaten through their first seven games. Way to Go Lions. JEER—The recent snowstorms have made it very difficult for people walking, especially when the owner of the property doesn't clear the snow from the walkway. What is especially annoying to pedestrians is being forced into the street because of an icy sidewalk. Most communities have an ordinance requiring sidewalks in their town to be cleaned within so many hours after the snow stops. In Gloucester City, the Snow and Ice Removal Ordinance, Chapter 73-15 adopted in April 1881 states in part, "All owners or occupants of any lots, building, sheds or cellars within the limits of... Read more →

Gloucester City Board of Education Accepts Resignation of School Superintendent Vespe

UPDATED Brooklawn School District 2021-22 Student Tuition for GHS Totals $1,201,919 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)(Feb. 12, 2021)--The Gloucester City Board of Education, at the February 9 meeting, accepted the resignation of Superintendent Dennis Vespe effective June 21. Vespe was hired for the school years 2017 through 2021. His starting salary was $157,500. According to the NJ Public Employees Data Base Vespe's salary, as of December 19, 2020, was $162,254. Related: Dr. Dennis Vespe Hired as Gloucester City School Superintendent; Starting Salary $157,500 He replaced Joseph Rafferty who retired on August 31, 2017. Rafferty was hired in 2012 at a salary of $146,000 plus benefits. He replaced Paul Spaventa who was receiving a salary of $162,000 at the time. Shortly thereafter... Read more →

Calling American Legion Baseball alumni

THE AMERICAN LEGION The American Legion is updating their database of American Legion Baseball alumni, and we're looking for the public's help to make sure we don't miss anyone. If you know of an ALB alum who played Major League Baseball, minor league baseball, or is well-known for their accomplishments outside of baseball, and you don't see them listed in the Legion's database at legion.org/baseball/alumni, let them know through the Baseball tab at legiontown.org/share. Among the alumni already in the database are Baseball Hall of Famers like Bob Gibson, Reggie Jackson and Chipper Jones to current stars like Jacob deGrom and Bryce Harper, as well as football big names like Bob Griese and Jon Gruden. SOURCE AMERICAN LEGION Read more →

Photos of Downtown Gloucester City on a Snowy Night

The Broadway and Monmouth Street intersection, looking towards St. Mary's Church, located at 425 Monmouth Street (photo by Kathy Reddy) (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)(Feb 3, 2021)(CNBNews)--Kathy Reddy, of Sunshine Florist Shop, Broadway and Monmouth Street took some fabulous photos Monday night, February 1 of St. Mary's Church, the Gloucester City Municipal Building and the Veterans Monument during the snowstorm. The Veterans monument on the far left and the Gloucester City Municipal Building, on the right (photo by Kathy Reddy) PNC Bank on the left, St. Mary's Church in the distance and Bank of America on the right (photo by Kathy Reddy) The photos are published here with permission. Thank you Kathy ~CNBNews ++++++ For those who are unaware Sunshine Flowers & Gifts, 2 North Broadway, has... Read more →

Theresa M. (King) Gilham, 61, of Audubon; Graduate of Audubon HS Class of 78

Theresa M. (King) Gilham, 61, of Audubon NJ, was greeted with open arms by the lord on Monday, January 11, 2021. She is survived by her children Jennifer King (Brad Mastalski) Dianna King (Joseph Molluro), Robert Anthony King Jr.; grandchildren Kaylee Alexander, Alexis Mastalski, and James Molluro; and sister Kathleen M. Gilham. She is preceded in death by her parents Patricia (Lamb) Gilham and George L. Gilham; siblings Michele A. (Gilham) DiFilippo and Wendy A. (Gilham) Stillman; and beloved ex-husband Robert A. King Sr. Theresa was born August 16,1960 in Laurel Springs, NJ. She was homecoming queen 1977 and graduated 1978 from Audubon High School. She worked customer service, food service and child care. She had a love for animals, gardening, decorating, cooking, music, fashion... Read more →

Police Need Help Identifying / Locating Driver Involved in Camden City Hit-and-Run

Camden City, N.J. (January 28, 2021)– Detectives are asking for the public’s help identifying and locating the driver involved in a Jan. 27 fatal hit-and-run in Camden, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Police responded to the 2600 block of Mt. Ephraim Ave. shortly before 10 p.m. for a report of a pedestrian hit by a vehicle. When they arrived, they located a man suffering from injuries to the head. The victim, identified as Lawrence Lloyd, 46, of Camden, was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead around 10:30 p.m. A witness told officers the driver who hit Lloyd drove off after the incident. Through the investigation, detectives collected evidence and surveillance... Read more →

Wayne Test, of Audubon, age 58; Wholesale Seafood Supplier

On January 17, 2021, Age 58, of Audubon. Born in Woodbury, NJ he was the son of William Test and the late Florence (Muller) Test. Wayne is survived by his beloved wife of 20 years, Debbie A. (Gerber) Test, loving children, Nika O’Brien (Anthony), Wayne E., Jr., Jordan Burnside, Sean Test; cherished grandchildren, Emma and Max; sister, Donna Pareene (Larry), Kim Peters (Bob); he is also predeceased by his brother, Bill Test (Elaine). Devoted son-in-law of Albert (predeceased Patricia) Gerber. Survived by many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Wayne was a wholesale seafood supplier in Philadelphia for many years. He is known for his lavish seafood parties and pure generosity. He was a wonderful family man, who loved his kids. Known as Big... Read more →

Candida E. "Candy" Palmieri, of Audubon; Retired Camden School Teacher

Audubon, NJ - Candida (“Candy”) E. Palmieri passed away on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021 at the age of 71. Candida was born in Madison, Wisconsin to Valerie and Lucien Palmieri. She received a BA in Geography from Rowan University (magna cum laude) in 1993 and an MA in History from Rutgers University-Camden in 2013. She spent two decades as a teacher in Camden, NJ, where she was known as a thoughtful educator who loved her students and pushed them to reach their full potential. She won several awards and fellowships including Teacher of the Year as well as a Fulbright-Hays Fellowship. After her retirement in 2015, she continued to show her dedication to education by working as a consultant for the New Jersey Education Association.... Read more →

Prosecutor Says Deaths of Audubon Couple Ruled as Murder-Suicide

Camden City, N.J. (January 13, 2021)--– The deaths of an Audubon couple have been determined to be the result of a murder-suicide, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Audubon Police Chief Thomas Tassi. Following an autopsy on Jan. 12, a medical examiner determined Jane Venable, 64, of Audubon, died from multiple gunshot wounds and her Manner of Death was ruled a homicide. The medical examiner determined the death of Kevin Venable, 63, of Audubon, to be from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and ruled the Manner of Death as suicide. Police responded to the couple’s home on the 100 block of Oakland Ave. in Audubon around 1 p.m. on Jan. 11 for a report of two people found deceased. A witness told... Read more →

Audubon Couple in their 60s Found Dead; Detectives Investigating

Camden City, N.J. – Detectives are investigating after a couple was found dead inside their Audubon home on Jan. 11, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Audubon Police Chief Thomas Tassi. Police responded to a home on the unit block of Oakland Ave. in Audubon around 1 p.m. for a report of two people found deceased. A witness told officers they went to the home to conduct a welfare check after not hearing from the couple since Saturday. Once inside, detectives located a woman dead from visible injuries and a man dead from a gunshot wound. They have been identified as Jane Venable, 64, and Kevin Venable, 63, both of Audubon. Detectives are investigating the events that led up to the... Read more →

CNB BUSINESS NEWS: Big Rube Comes to Thomas Murphy's Tavern, Gloucester City

Derek Timm | Special to CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 10, 2021)--A few weeks ago Thomas Murphy's Pub, 157 SOUTH BURLINGTON STREET, teamed up with one the guys who made Mitchell and Ness a global brand and is known as a fried chicken aficionado. SEE FULL MENU Thomas Murphy's Pub 157 S Burlington Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 (856) 432-6317 HOURS Sunday to Saturday 11am to 10 pm 'Thomas Murphy's Pub has engaged Rueben "Big Rube" Harley, Philly’s beloved "fried chicken master," to sell his signature fried chicken and fried chicken sandwiches. Harley, a pop-up chef and photographer, is known locally and nationally for putting the Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Company on the map in 2001. A West Philly native, Harley started a catering business... Read more →

Registration Now Opened for the 2021 American Legion Baseball Season

Register online at baseball.legion.org. A new single sign-on process for American Legion websites, including baseball.legion.org, went into effect Dec. 31. Click here for more information. The early deadline for registration is May 15. Teams registered after May 15 will be subject to a $200 late fee through the final deadline of June 1. Please note that each American Legion department may set an earlier deadline for registration. Registration fees for senior teams are $50 for national registration, $35 for administrative fees and either $130 for season personal accident insurance or $200 for year-round insurance coverage. General liability insurance costs are $120. Fees for junior teams are $25 for national registration, $35 for administrative fees and either $110 for season personal accident insurance or $160 for... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering Through SJ (Brooklawn/Gloucester City)Chapter VI

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Peyton Cleary (CNBNews files) BROOKLAWN, NJ (January 4, 2021)--Searching for something on the internet we discovered a For Sale advertisement for Clancy's Pub by the Creek, 304 Crescent Blvd., Brooklawn, NJ. The advertisement from COLDWELL BANKER reads Fantastic opportunity to own/operate a bar/restaurant in the post-pandemic world. This fully functional property seats +/- 150 people inside, plus an outdoor patio for 50+ patrons. Also features an upstairs apartment or owner's office. Located at the signalized intersection at the corner of heavily traveled Rt. 130. Could easily be re-purposed for another user/business or perhaps a candidate for redevelopment. The opportunities for this property are endless!! Owner financing considered. Will also consider leasing property at $5,000/month NNN. LIQUOR LICENSE IS NOT... Read more →

Privately Run South Jersey Veterans Center Needs A New Roof; Can You Help?

Bob Kotter, of Gloucester City and Kathleen Van Stine (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews LINDENWOLD, NJ (December 30, 2020)--In 2015 Michael and Kathleen Van Stine founded the SpectraCare® Foundation using Michael's $130,000 retirement fund to launch the project. The Foundation will help veterans (Veterans Assist), senior citizens (Seniors Advantage), and animals in need (Paws Plus). "That retirement fund was every cent in our savings; today we both live on what we receive from Social Security," she said. Kotter, who is a volunteer member of the organization's advisory board said, "We're trying to put together a veteran Center with no government money. We have the building, we have construction covered, electrical covered, plumbing covered, HVAC covered. We have a doctor, a nurse, an... Read more →

American Legion Baseball Regionals: The Home Field Advantage

By Richard Walker Dec 28, 2020 NOTE: This is the last in a four-part series on the history of American Legion Baseball’s regional playoff structure. Part 1 took a look at how the regional format has changed over the years. Part 2 showcased some of the top individual performances in regional history. Part 3's spotlight fell on the teams, states and regions that have thrived in the regional era of American Legion Baseball. When national American Legion Baseball officials in 1967 allowed eight host cities across the country a berth in the regionals, critics said the "homefield advantage" they might enjoy would be too great. But has that actually been the case? Since American Legion Baseball adopted a regional concept in 1960, there have been... Read more →


Santa Helpers were seen earlier this week on Thompson Avenue GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 24, 2020)(CNBNews)--Hey, Kids You better watch out You better not cry You better not pout I'm telling you why A Santa Helper walking on Barnard Avenue, yesterday... , Santa Clause is coming to town... He's making a list, He's checking it twice, He's gonna find out who's naughty or nice Santa Claus is coming to town And, as the photos show Santa's Helpers have already been walking throughout Gloucester City and neighboring towns. Below is a video that everyone, including mom and dad, should enjoy about the night before Christmas. It is an Oldie but Goodie that appeared for the first time in 1950. The film, which was copied by YouTube... Read more →

50 Percent Off Coupons Offered by Businesses in Gloucester City and throughout New Jersey

Gloucester CITY, NJ(December 14, 2020)(CNBNewsnet)--LocalFlavor.com serves communities small and large, with thousands of local Deals and coupons in hundreds of towns and cities across the country. They also offer Deals from select nationwide retailers in your home town. For example here in Gloucester City Vitale's Italian Bistro, 942 Ninth Street, and Holy City Publick House, 332 Jersey Avenue are both offering a 50% off coupon to the public. Restaurants are not the only venues offering discounts, First Choice Tire and Off-Road Center, 1038 NORTH EVERGREEN AVENUE Woodbury is offering 50 percent off on certain purchases. Check out their website for deals for restaurants and other retail businesses located near you, LocalFlavor.com. Deals Dining Fun Your Home FIRST CHOICE AUTO TIRE & OFF ROAD CENTER $79... Read more →

CYBER ALERT: K-12 Distance Learning Education Being Targeted by Cyber Actors

Original release date: December 10, 2020 This Joint Cybersecurity Advisory was coauthored by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). The FBI, CISA, and MS-ISAC assess malicious cyber actors are targeting kindergarten through twelfth grade (K-12) educational institutions, leading to ransomware attacks, the theft of data, and the disruption of distance learning services. Cyber actors likely view schools as targets of opportunity, and these types of attacks are expected to continue through the 2020/2021 academic year. These issues will be particularly challenging for K-12 schools that face resource limitations; therefore, educational leadership, information technology personnel, and security personnel will need to balance this risk when determining their cybersecurity investments. Technical... Read more →

American Legion Baseball regionals have featured some star individual performances

By Richard Walker Nov 16, 2020 NOTE: This is the second of a four-part series on the history of American Legion Baseball’s regional playoff structure. Part 1 took a look at how the regional format has changed over the years. Gloucestercitynews.net files Once American Legion Baseball officials switched to an eight-regional playoff format in 1960, several individuals have shined above the rest to lead their teams to berths in the American Legion World Series, dramatic wins or even just extraordinary achievements. For Memphis pitching and hitting standout Don Castle in the late 1960s, it was all three. Castle, the eighth overall selection in the first round of the June 1968 major league draft, had about as good a spring and summer as any player has... Read more →

Edward J. Giaccardo, of Runnemede and Audubon

Edward J. Giaccardo, on November 25, 2020, of Runnemede, formerly Audubon. Age 80. Beloved husband of Linda (nee Capra) for 29 years. Devoted father of Diana Giaccardo, Michele Clark (David), Louis Giaccardo, Elaina Giaccardo, Anita Parisi and the late Miriam Pettita. Stepfather of Jennifer Lezotte (Glenn) and Matthew Walsh (Vivian). Loving Pop-Pop of Wayne, Peyton, Lou Jr., Shane, Zachary, Kayley, Brielle, Sean, Michael Anthony, Amanda, Allysa, AJ, Rachel, Jacob, Isabella, Daniel and the late Nicholas and Nicole. Great grandpop of Leonardo, Michael Joseph, Rocco, Geno, Divina, Autumn. Dear brother of Anita Geis and the late Mark and Kim Giaccardo. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Edward proudly served in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam era. He was an avid bowler and a HUGE Pittsburgh... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering Through South Jersey (Gloucester City Chapter V)

Sunset at Freedom Pier, Gloucester City NJ (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)(December 7, 2020)--Peyton and I were cleaning out our photo collection and came upon the one above taken in September at dusk at Freedom Pier. Many people living here today have no idea that this area was once used by the federal government to house immigrants coming into our country in the 1940s and later it was a Coast Guard Base until 1990-91 when it was deeded to the city. A century ago it was the home of Billy Thompson, the Duke of Gloucester. Photos provided, toilet at Gloucester City Marina finally cleaned SOME GOOD NEWS -The Tipster who pointed out the dirty restrooms at the Gloucester City... Read more →

Edward N Martelli Sr of Audubon, 67

Edward N Martelli Sr., of Audubon NJ passed away November 27, 2020 age 67 years. He is survived by his loving children: Denise Martelli (Sergio), Kelly Martelli (Thomas) and Edward N. Martelli Jr (Shiler), grandchildren: Tommy, Justina, Jacob, Brielle, Anthony and great grandchild, Giavanna. He is also survived by his ex-wife and dear friend, Denise Jackson and twin brothers Johnny and Joey Martelli. He is predeceased by his siblings Frankie and Carmella Martelli. Funeral services under the direction of the BLAKE-DOYLE Funeral Home, 226 W. Collings Ave, Collingswood, NJ Read more →

Fender Bender Today at Route 130 South and Market Street, Gloucester City

(CNBNews)(GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 4, 2020)--A fender-bender at Route 130 South and Market Street at traffic backed up at the intersection around 11:30 AM today. Lookie-Lou's driving by slowed down in both directions to get a peek at the two cars involved. It is not known if anyone was injured. Route 130 runs between Salem and Middlesex Counties, forming a north south corridor between I-295 and Route 1. An NJ Advance Media analysis of recent released 2018 DOT crash statistics published by NJ.com in November 2019 revealed there was were 3,013 crashes on Route 130, and people were injured in 802 of them. The most crashes, 215, occurred in a section of the highway in Pennsauken. Of those crashes, 53 resulted in injuries. published by... Read more →

CNB Traffic Alert: I-76 eastbound Exit 1B ramp to I-295 northbound Closed Tonight

Two lanes will be closed on I-76 eastbound near the ramp Gloucestercitynews.net files (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the overnight closure of the I-76 eastbound Exit 1B ramp to I-295 northbound and the closure of two lanes on I-76 eastbound for concrete repairs in Camden County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Thursday, December 3 until 6 a.m. tomorrow, December 4, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close and detour the I-76 eastbound Exit 1B ramp to I-295 northbound. In addition, the two right lanes on I-76 eastbound near the ramp are scheduled to be closed, with three lanes of traffic maintained overnight. These closures will allow the contractor to complete concrete repairs on the tunnel leading to... Read more →

Daniel Creedon, of Ocean City and Audubon

Daniel Creedon, on November 24, 2020, of Ocean City; formerly of Audubon. Age 64. Beloved father of Joseph Creedon and Sean Creedon. Devoted Partner to Lisa Polidora. Dear brother of Charles. Loving son of the late Lillian (nee Reader) and Joseph Creedon. Daniel worked for DuBell Lumber for over 30 years and Universal Supply for the last few years. He loved to spend time with his kids and his family. He was always passionate about his work. Dan enjoyed spending time with his barstool buddies at Charlie's. He had a great impact on the people in his life. There will be a viewing from 7pm to 9pm Wednesday evening and from 10am to 11am Thursday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 11am Thursday... Read more →

Lions win delayed Turkey Day Game against Rams 48 - 0

(GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ Nov. 28, 2020)--The local Lions had two weeks of no practice / no contact because of Covid-19 and returned for preparation against the hometown rival Rams on Friday. The Lions showed no rust while crushing the Rams behind 4 touchdowns (3 rushing / 1 receiving) by Stephen Burkhardt. Burkhardt on the day rushed for 241 yards and scored on runs of 44, 92, and 10 yards. Burkhardt was on the scoring end of a 36-yard pass from Adrian Delgado. Pictured Below Lions Stephen Burkhardt Burkhardt was not alone hitting paydirt, fellow running back Kyrin Nelson scored from 35 yards Pictured below Kyrin Nelson Qb Adrian Degado was not to be outdone by fellow backs Burkhardt and Nelson when he picked up a... Read more →

Kristofer S. Dodelin, of Audubon, 38

Kristofer S. Dodelin, suddenly on November 26 2020, of Audubon. Age 38. Beloved son of Peggy (nee Wilson) and Scott Dodelin. Devoted brother of Keith Dodelin (Gina). Loving nephew of Jeanette Habina, Karen Wilson (Nick), Rose Lafferty (Bob), Jim Wilson (Donna), and Lynn Jones (Lloyd). Also survived by many cousins. There will be a visitation from 2:30pm to 4:30pm Saturday, December 5th at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Memorial Service 4:30pm at the funeral home. Interment private at the request of family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 1600 Route 22 East, Union, NJ 07083. Read more →

Crafty Couture DIY Chalk Studio Now Open

AUDUBON, NJ-Jessica Wilson opened her business, Crafty Couture DIY Chalk Studio and More!, 102 Wyoming Avenue, on Saturday, Nov. 21. Photos of the opening appear below. Jessica is excited to introduce people to the world of chalk painting; “My desire is to make my customers feel like they’re stopping by for a cup of coffee in my living room. I want them to have lots of fun making beautiful things with me.” The store features unique decorative items and Chalk Couture projects for sale. Customers will be able to come in small, socially distant groups for Make and Take Classes. Potential projects will be both seasonal and general to appeal to every taste. More details, classes schedule, and the digital storefront are available on the... Read more →

Shirley A. Marker, of Florida, and Audubon

Clearwater, FL - Shirley A. Marker (nee Dempsey)- Formerly of Audubon, NJ passed away on November 4, 2020 in Florida at the age of 68. Shirley was a long-time resident of Audubon, NJ before relocating to Clearwater, FL. Shirley was a former employee of the Borough of Audubon as well as a former member of the Audubon Junior Women's League and a volunteer of the Audubon Ambulance Service. She is predeceased by her loving husband, Robert, and her 2 sons, Andrew and Keith. She is survived by her daughter, Amanda Peidl (Karl) and many nieces and nephews. Interment will be private. Read more →

Only in NJ: State Transit at Risk of Missing Dec. 31 RR Safety Deadline

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – NJ Transit is the only railroad in the country “at risk of not fully implementing” a federally mandated safety system “on all its required main lines” by the end of the year, a federal agency said in a new report. The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) announced its conclusion based on railroads’ self-reported progress as of a Sept. 30 progress report. Congress has mandated railroads fully implement positive train control (PTC) systems by the end of the year. Nationally, PTC systems were either in operation or revenue service demonstration (RSD) on 99.6% of the 57,537 route miles where the system is required. As of Sep. 30, NJ Transit is operating a PTC system in RSD... Read more →

Trump Administration COVID-19 Vaccine Being Offered to Public at No Cost

Important information from Congressman Donald Norcross... I am pleased to inform you that through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), eligible Medicare recipients will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost as soon as it becomes available. The CMS is guaranteeing that all FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines will be covered under Medicare as a preventative medicine. Additionally, CMS will be expanding additional Medicare hospital payments to support Medicare patients' access to critical COVID-19 treatment therapies. More information on the CMS guidelines can be found here. For COVID-19 vaccine resources, click here. For COVID-19 billing information, click here. More information on coverage As a condition of receiving free COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government, providers will be prohibited from charging consumers... Read more →

BUSINESS NEWS: Crafty Couture DIY Chalk Studio and More! NOW OPENED

AUDUBON, NJ--Local female entrepreneur Jessica Wilson opened her business, Crafty Couture DIY Chalk Studio and More!, 102 Wyoming Avenue, on Saturday, Nov. 21. Jessica is excited to introduce people to the world of chalk painting; “My desire is to make my customers feel like they’re stopping by for a cup of coffee in my living room. I want them to have lots of fun making beautiful things with me.” The store features unique decorative items and Chalk Couture projects for sale. Customers will be able to come in small, socially distant groups for Make and Take Classes. Potential projects will be both seasonal and general to appeal to every taste. More details, classes schedule and the digital storefront are available on the website http://www.craftycouturediystudio.com. Store... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering through the Streets of South Jersey (Gloucester City Chapter IV)

The outside structure of Jacks' Twin Bar has been showing signs of neglect for a while. It makes you wonder why isn't the owner made to repair it? (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)(November 22, 2020)(CNBNews)--After years of neglect Jack's Twin Bar, Broadway, and Market Street is nearing the end. The condition of the building looks like it is beyond repair. Peeking through the window on the Broadway side you can see broken pieces of sheetrock mixed with leaves. Most likely the leaves got into the building through one of the many holes in the roof. On Market Street, the siding, along with the capping over the soffit is falling off. Plus a stove pipe has broken down and is... Read more →

Upcoming Events in Camden County

EVENTS Haddonfield Candlelight Shopping Grab your friends for a holiday shopping extravaganza! Enjoy candlelight shopping every Friday in Downtown Haddonfield from Friday, November 27 through Friday, December 18! Shoppers will find in-store promotions, specials, discounts, and more at participating businesses! Read More. Battleship NJ Now Open for Tours The Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial is open for tours on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 AM to 3 PM. This schedule will be in effect through the end of 2020. The Fire Power Tour will allow you to climb inside the legendary 16-inch gun turret, track a tomahawk missile launch in the Combat Engagement Center, take a walk down Broadway, learn how the crew lived aboard this floating city and more! Read More. Drive-Thru Veterans... Read more →

Raphael B. “Rae” Ross, of Audubon

Raphael B. “Rae” Ross (nee DiGiacomo) age 86 of Audubon, passed away in the company of her loving sister and friend in Marlton on Thursday November 19, 2020. Rae was born in Camden and had been a lifelong Audubon Resident. She graduated from St. Rose of Lima Parochial School, Haddon Heights in 1949 and from Camden Catholic High School in 1953. Following graduation, Rae went to work for her dad in the food distribution center known as “Old Dock Street” and moved on, shortly after to the Franklin Institute where she worked for 12 years. Rae was a “Jersey Girl” as well as a gifted and talented artist. After a few years of miscellaneous jobs, she spent 15 years working in graphic arts. Mrs. Ross... Read more →

Florence L. Scout of Sewell, formerly of Audubon

Florence L. Scout (nee Bostick), formerly of Audubon, passed away on November 10, 2020, in Sewell, NJ at the age of 78. "Flo" as she was best known, was preceded in death by her parents Coleman A. Bostick and Florence M. (Duett) and her brother, Allen C. Bostick. She is survived by her daughters, Dawn Marie Tortorelli (Raymond) and Lisa Ann Morgan (Don) and grandsons, Michael and Joseph Tortorelli and Matthew and Daniel Morgan. Flo was a devoted and loving Mother and Grandmother. Flo was born on December 1, 1941 in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved to New Jersey where she graduated from Merchantville High School. She was a long time resident of Audubon, NJ. She was a nurse for over 55 years, a member of... Read more →

More COVID-19 Cases Identified in Gloucester City School District, 200 Employees Exposed

UPDATE/November 14,2020 Supt. Vespe Editor's Note: Superintendent Vespe sent a second notice, dated November 13, to parents regarding the athletic programs. Vespe said, "With sincere sadness for our entire Lion Community, coaches, parents, and players we now have been informed that an individual who came in contact with one of our district athletic teams has tested positive. Excerpts of the second letter is below. **** GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ—(November 14, 2020) Dr. Dennis Vespe, superintendent of the Gloucester City School District, announced on Friday, November 13, that individual (s) in the Cold Springs School and in the Middle School have tested positive for COVID-19. The district recently transition back to remote instructions due to seven people getting the virus which resulted in 200 people being exposed.... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering Through the Streets of South Jersey (Gloucester City Chapter III)

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Condoms are thrown about at Gloucester City public parking lot (Russell Cogill photo) Gloucestercitynews.net (November 11, 2020)--Gloucester City resident Russell Cogill contacted CNBNews today regarding the discarded condoms laying about the public city parking lot on King Street, next to the Fire Department. Cogill said, "As if we don’t have enough health issues to deal with, now this." Gloucester City public parking lot on King Street being used for a whore house (Russell Cogill photo Cogill, who works for a school bus company parks the bus in the public city parking lot. He said not too long ago he found a naked couple asleep in the back of his bus. "They broke into the bus. I woke them up... Read more →


William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Here we are eight days after the 2020 election and we still don't have a decisive winner. President Donald Trump has announced he is contesting the results. And, there is a general consensus the outcome of the contest will be decided by the nine Justices in the U.S. Supreme Court. Tuesday the General Service Administration told the Biden campaign, "GSA administrator, Emily Murphy, will only initiate the transition when a “clear winner is clear based on the process laid out in the Constitution.” Also, on Tuesday, 10 attorney generals filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit from Pennsylvania Republicans and asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that extended the deadline for mail-in ballots in... Read more →