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*Lend a Helping Hand to Charlie Huber, Every Little Bit Helps!!

Related: Chalie "The Clip" Closes His Shop After 54 Year Career GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (Gloucestercitynews.net)--Primo barber Chalie Huber, longtime owner Shapes 'N Forms, 110 S. Broadway, is currently undergoing chemotherapy in Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia for... Read more →


WE NOMINATE JIM NICHOLSON

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet Gloucester City High School is accepting nominations for their Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. Requirements: Must have graduated at least 10 years ago; The individual must be successful in... Read more →


Bill "Wibby" Yeager, Formerly of Gloucester City, GHS Alumnus, Antique Car Enthusiast

MILFORD, Delaware (January 28, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)- William J. "Wibby" Yeager passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Bill Wibby Yeager early 1950's (CNBNews files) Nov. 29, 2017 at Bayhealth-Kent General Hospital. He was 80 years-old. William was born... Read more →


Lifetime Friends Harry Blymer and Joe DiGiacomo Die Within 24-Hours of Each Other

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet As I have gotten older it seems that a day doesn’t go by that someone we know Cathy and Joe DiGiacomo passes away from one illness or another. I... Read more →


Harry R. Walker Sr. of Brooklawn Succumbs; Funeral Services Monday at St. Mary's Church

CNBNewsnet Funeral services for Harry R. Walker Sr., age 78 of Brooklawn, who died on February 22, 2017, will be held on Monday, February 27 from 10 am to 12 noon at St. Mary's Catholic... Read more →


CNB Exclusive: Gloucester City High School Stadium Score Board Destroyed by Strong Winds

UPDATE: As of early afternoon Atlantic City Electric was reporting more than 14,000 customers were without electric. PSE&G was reporting more than 16,000 across its service area which stretches across more than half the state.... Read more →


'Jersey Jack Bowe' A True 'Gloucesterite'

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY N.J. (January 31, 2016)(CNBNewsnet)— Former Gloucester City resident Jack Bowe, aka ‘Jersey Jack Bowe’, (photo) passed away on Sunday, January 24, 2016, at his home in St.... Read more →


Frank ("Reds") Grandizio, formerly of Gloucester City; United States Army Veteran

Frank "Reds" Grandizio December 2006 Breakfast Club Former Gloucester City resident Frank G. Grandizio (Reds), died on January 18, 2015 after a long illness at the age of 75. Reds was born and raised in... Read more →


Long-Time Brooklawn Resident Chalie Tourtual Succumbs, Served in the NJ National Guard, GHS Alumnus, Men of Malvern, Ray Ford Old Timers

by William E. Cleary Sr. CNBNews.net BROOKLAWN NJ--Charles M. Tourtual, a man with a strong work ethic, who always had a smile on his face, and was willing to help anyone who needed a hand,... Read more →


George F. Cleary Jr., Gloucester City Letter Carrier, Army Intelligence/Security Command Veteran, GCHS Alumnus Class '59

UPDATED 2PM (December 10, 2014) UPDATED 8:30PM (December 10, 2014) By William E. Cleary Sr/CNBNews George F. Cleary Jr., a man with a strong Christian faith, a man who loved his family and George Cleary... Read more →


CNB Archives November 2008: (1954) Lions v. Rams City Football Series

CNB Archives Posted Tuesday, November 25, 2008 Gloucester Catholic High School registered a 20 to 13 victory Joe Murphy_and_friends over Gloucester High last Saturday afternoon to capture its second City Series victory since the games... Read more →


CNBNews 2011 ARCHIVES: LIONS V RAMS THANKSGIVING DAY FOOTBALL GAME

Uploaded on Nov 24, 2011 The video contains some snippets of plays from the first half of the game. Ben Boyer carried 42 times for 294 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead Gloucester City... Read more →


Memories from the Past-Circa 1950's....Gloucester City Police Department

First row, from left, Officer Jackson, unknown, Officer Jim Berkman, Chief Winkelspecht, Officer John Gallager, Officer Joe Watson, Officer Pete Sherman. Second row-Officer Bill Barrett, Officer Steve Farrell, unknown, Officer Joe Hutchinson, Officer Bob Phillips,... Read more →


CNB ARCHIVES OCTOBER 2008:Memories/Growing Up in Gloucester City in the 50's and 60's

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES Friday, October 24, 2008 By Bill Yeager GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--You asked me about the Gloucester Diner and I have been thinking about it. I will tell you what I remember about the Gloucester... Read more →


Growing Up Gloucester: The Harry Vee Five and Johnny B. & and the Rock A Bops

The Harry Vee Five--Johnny Barkham, drums - Rose Peregine, piano - Harry Verfaillie, saxaphone Joan Weber (Mrs. Joan Verfaillie), vocals - Fred Anzide, bass at Difigers in Gloucester City, New Jersey - New Years Eve,... Read more →


THE 1954 SOUTH JERSEY LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS!

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (1954)--The 1954 Gloucester City Little League All-Stars will celebrate their 60th Anniversary this Friday at Vitales Restaurant with a luncheon. This is the only team in the 62-year history of the Gloucester... Read more →


1954 Gloucester City Little League Champs Celebrating 60th Anniversary | cnbnews.net

UPDATED AUGUST 19, at 6PM (see Ferry) UPDATED AUGUST 18, at 3pm (see Bevan) UPDATED AUGUST 16 at 8PM (see Hlopak) UPDATEd: AUGUST 14 at noon (see Booth) UPDATED 6PM UPDATED 7:30 PM RELATED CATEGORIES:... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Alleged Food Fight Comes Back to Haunt Breakfast Club

By Daisy Daily CNBNews Gossip Columnist Gloucester City: The Gloucester City Breakfast Club was thrown a "curve" this past Saturday morning finding out when they arrived at the Dining Car Depot that their favorite restaurant... Read more →


William Hampton, of Berlin, Woodbury HS Alumni, Volunteer Fireman, Member of the Rotary, Jaycees and Gloucester City Breakfast Club

William Romie Hampton, age 71, of Berlin, NJ, welcomed into Heaven peacefully from his home surrounded by family on May 28, 2014. Bill was best known as a generous, kind, and helpful man, whose tremendous... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: The spirited Gloucester City “Old Timers” String Band

published here October 17, 2007 By Kathy Zingaro Clark GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (October 2007)--Few things in life are free. Yet a night on the riverfront with the spirited Gloucester City "Old Timers" String Band is... Read more →


5/24/07: Memories of the Walt Whitman Bridge & Growing up Gloucester

May 24, 2007 Dear Bill, GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (May 24, 2007)--When I saw the article on the WWB (Walt Whitman Bridge) it brought back many memories to me. If you don't mind I am going... Read more →


Gloucester City Breakfast Club Meeting Saturday, January 25, at 8:30am | cnbnews.net

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Since the Train Station no longer serves breakfast The Gloucester City Breakfast Club will be meeting at the Piston Diner, Crown Point Road, Westville. The club meets the last Saturday of the month.... Read more →


Gloucester City Memorial Athletic Assn “Mustangs” Celebrate 60TH Anniversary

+++++ (Posted on CNBNEWS.NET August 24, 2006) GROWING UP GLOUCESTER By Bart Rettew THE BEGINNING - 1946 (August 24, 2006)GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--The year was 1946 and WW-II was over. Many veterans were now returning home... Read more →


South Jersey Happenings | cnbnews.net

1st Vendor’s Extravaganza (MT. EPHRAIM NJ)--Emmaus Catholic Community Altar & Rosary Society would like to invite you to join them for a fun day of shopping at our 1st Vendor’s Extravaganza on Saturday, November 9... Read more →


80 Years Ago the First Drive-Movie Opened

Bass Hill Drive-In Cinema (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--On June 6, 1933—80 years ago—Richard Hollingshead opened the world’s first drive-in movie theater on Crescent Blvd., Camden City, in Camden County, N.J.,... Read more →


CNBNEWS GROWING UP GLOUCESTER: A Conversation About "Monk"

ELATED CATEGORY GLOUCESTER CITY HISTORY BY CNBNews Staff Bill Tourtual, Butch Shaffer, and myself were talking A new look for Butch Shaffer photo credit Babe Tourtual recently about some of the characters we remembered growing... Read more →