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Eleanor M. Ernharth, age 81 of West Deptford/Gloucester City; GCHS Class of '59, former Cafeteria Cook

On June 27, 2022. Age 81. Of West Deptford. Formerly a longtime resident of Gloucester City. Loving angel and devoted wife of 59 years to Ronald L. Ernharth. Loving mother of Ronald L. Ernharth (Norraine), Thomas S. Ernharth (Rebecca), Christine Gentile (Randall), Denise Monahon (Larry) and Melissa Ernharth (Brett). Cherished MomMom of LeighAnn Ernharth, Kara Ernharth (Michael Kaplan), Taylor Gentile, Abigail Ernharth, Matthew Ernharth, Allison Gentile, Lauren Gentile, Kassidy Monahon and Brandon Monahan. Also survived by her daughter-in-law, Cindy Ernharth and predeceased by her son-in-law, Mark Gentile. Eleanor was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic class of 1959, where she later... Read more →


MAPLE SHADE PD ANNOUNCES CODE ORANGE AIR-QUALITY ALERT

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 →


The Story Behind The Story:

What's Happening with Student Loans?

If you spread the $360 billion over the 143.3 million taxpayers, each of us owes $2,727 for someone else's debt.* Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor There has been a lot of talk recently about student loan forgiveness; so, what is going on? The answer is "I don't know." The next question is why is all this happening? I have an idea about that. President Biden wants to forgive $360 billion in student loans. But he is not the one to do this. A loan can only be forgiven by the person who made the loan - that would be the... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story:

The Annoying "Boom-Car" Parties(video)

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Finally, someone has heard our calls for help. At least since 2017, those of us on the New Jersey side of the Delaware River have been suffering from the effects of "Boom-Car" Parties. If you are new to the South Jersey area these are trucks and cars loaded with sound equipment so intense that houses from Gloucester County up to Burlington County shake and things fall from the shelves and walls much like a small earthquake. Usually, this noise, being termed music, is coming from the Philadelphia area. The Cinnaminson police have been the most aggressive... Read more →


American Legion Post 184 Wildwood NJ Give Veteran 'Best Medicine' With A Buddy Check

American Legion Post 184, Wildwood, (4200 Atlantic Ave) By Cameran Richardson JUN 13, 2022 American Legion Post 184 Commander Norman Marlin was sitting in his office at the post home in Wildwood, N.J., when department and national leadership walked in the morning of June 8. They were there to do a Buddy Check on him. “We know you’ve been through some tough times, we love you, we love what you’ve done for The American Legion here in New Jersey, Cape May County, this post here for many, many years,” said Chuck Robbins, a past Department of New Jersey commander and... Read more →


The Essex Horse Trials July 1-2; Featuring $10,000 Preliminary Division

Far Hills, New Jersey — June 8, 2022 — The 2022 Essex Horse Trials will offer a $10,000 Preliminary Divison! The $10,000 purse will be distributed as follows: The winner will receive $5,000, second place takes home $3,000 and third place $2,000. Set for July 1-2 with a new format, the event will take place at two locations. On Friday, dressage and show jumping will be held at Hamilton Farm, home of the USET Foundation Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ. The next day, the exciting cross-country phase will return to historic Moorland Farm in Far Hills. The Preliminary Division begins on... Read more →


Boys and Girls Interested in Playing Basketball, Register Today for The Chiefs Basketball Camp (for Grades 3-11)

Chiefs Basketball Camp Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 3-11 Cost: $185 per player per week. Where: Memorial Field basketball courts Marlton NJ When: Week 1 6/27-6/3 8am-11:30am Week 2 7/25-7/28 8am -11:30am Sign up Link www.chiefsbasketballcamp.com Chiefs Basketball Camp is run by Cherokee Chief Head Coach Eric Cassidy. Coach Cassidy has 14 years of Head Coaching experience. During his 14 years, he has over 250 wins, 5 conference titles, 4 final appearances, and 1 South Jersey Championship. Chiefs Basketball Camp is designed to teach the skills, techniques, fundamentals, and knowledge of basketball under the guidance of an experienced coaching... Read more →


Memorial Day, A Time To Honor The Fallen Heroes In Gloucester City And In Every Community Throughout Our Nation

Gloucester High School War Memorial (CNBNewsnet photo credit) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester High School has erected a wonderful tribute to honor those residents who died for our country. The beautiful war memorial is placed near the entrance to the school, Market Street and Crescent Blvd. The names of the residents who fought in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the War on Terrorism are inscribed on a bronze plaque. Insignias of each of the branches of the service are engraved at the bottom of the... Read more →


The WE CAN FOUNDATION Needs Your Help

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (CNBNews)The annual We Can Foundation Walk to Remember will be held on June 19, at the Pine Grove Fire Hall, 9th and Jersey Avenue, Gloucester City. The organization helps people who are fighting addiction. The public is invited to attend. 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 RELATED: So Who is George Merryfield ? ##### SHOW ME YOUR FRIENDS AND I'LL SHOW YOU YOUR FUTURE Read more →


*GCHS Pub and Grub Saturday, May 21

Gloucester Catholic's (GCHS) annual Rams Pub and Grub will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022, at the Patrick Peyton Athletic Complex in Sewell, NJ, from 2 pm to 8 pm. Join us for a day of food, fun and family! There will be a number of food trucks, activities, entertainment and much more! See details below! Read more →


Gloucester City's Waterfront 4th of July Fireworks June 25

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 3, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)---Gloucester City is thrilled to celebrate the founding of our great nation the evening of Saturday, June 25th at Proprietor's Park with a wonderful waterfront fireworks display. The park is located at King Street and Jersey Avenue at the Delaware River. In the above Google street view image, Proprietors Park is located on the left. Mayor, Council, and Celebrations Committee's 4th of July themed community event will have food, family friendly games, and a fancy festive Independence Day decorated bicycle and stroller procession. Be sure to follow Gloucester City's social media posts and website for... Read more →


HS BASEBALL: Cape Henry, Va. Over Gloucester High 11-1

GHS pitcher Steve Gurcik (photo credit Bruce Darrow) WEST DEPTFORD, NJ (April 30, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester High baseball team played Cape Henry, Va. on Saturday at West Deptford. Cape Henry pitcher J. Lebel, kept the Lions off the bases for most of the game. GHS pitcher Steve Gurcik, the losing pitcher gave up 5 earned runs and hit two batters. GHS John Daily had the only extra base hit, a double. Gloucester's defense had two errors. The final score was 11-1. SEE PHOTO ALBUM Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

THE IRS ANNOUNCES AUDIT TRIGGERS

updated/corrected Dorothy Philbin l CNBNews The Internal Revenue Service has announced the triggers which will mark a taxpayer for audit. Here they are: 1. Those who itemize their deductions rather than taking the standard deduction. Sometimes you don't have a choice but don't get carried away. Keep it reasonable. 2. Millionaires - there is so much there to audit but millionaires usually have very good accountants and lawyers. My personal opinion is that millionaires are on the list just to make the rest of us feel better. 3. Income does not match lifestyle - This usually applies to people who... Read more →


Gloucester County Director Frank J. DiMarco presented veteran George Brown with a certificate celebrating his 97th birthday.

Mr. Brown is a charter member of the Original Cemetery Advisory Council Committee which was charged with the responsibility of choosing a location designing and overseeing the construction of the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery. He is also the founder and Captain of the Cemetery Honor Guard, which has been recognized nationally for its service to our deceased veterans and their families. He has been a member of the VFW Post 1616 in Williamstown for decades and has served the Post and its members as the Commander. He has previously served as Commander of the VFW District 13 [Gloucester County]... Read more →


Micro-Business Grant Program HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!!!

ELIGIBILITY IS NOW OPEN TO BUSINESSES WITH 20 OR LESS EMPLOYEES AND INCLUDES WINERIES, BREWERIES, AND DISTILLERIES For any questions or assistance with completing your application, please email: gcmicrogrant@co.gloucester.nj.us PROGRAM OVERVIEW In response to the economic hardships experienced by small businesses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Gloucester County is launching the Microenterprise Business Assistance Program in an effort to retain jobs and stabilize local businesses. Grant awards up to $10,000 will be provided to eligible for profit businesses. CARES Act funds allocated by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG-CV)... Read more →


Westville Receives $5,000 Donation towards 9-11 Memorial

February 28, 2022 Westville Council Meeting Minutes PUBLIC NOTICE In compliance with the “Open Public Meetings Act,” Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, adequate notice of this meeting has been provided in the following manner: the annual notice was forwarded to the official Borough newspapers and was posted in the Westville Municipal Building and web site. All notices are on file with the Borough Clerk. ROLL CALL - Mayor Fritz H. Sims, Jr. Council Members: Donna M. Domico, Travis R. Lawrence, Paul C. Mailley, Charles D. Murtaugh, Bruce Nordaby and Timothy P. Young Council President Murtaugh asked to suspend the regular order... Read more →


Former Gloucester City Police Chief, Bill Crothers Succumbs

William G. Crothers On March 5, 2022. Age 68. Of Deptford, NJ. Loving husband of Donna M. (Gogolin) Crothers of 47 years. Proud and devoted father of Jeffrey Crothers (Alicia), Dana Like (Brandon); cherished grandchildren, Alex, Austin, Gabriel, Ava, Amelia, Aurora, Aurelia; sister-in-law, Dot Gogolin; nephews Scott (Sandy) Gogolin, Shawn Gogolin and niece, Dawn Yushchak (Mark); former wife of Billy, Kim Crothers; his dogs, Cody and Abby; his two sisters and many friends and family. William was CNBNewsnet graphic files predeceased by his son, William (Billy) Crothers, father and mother-in-law, John and Lillie Gogolin; brother-in-law, Jack Gogolin; father, Harry E.... Read more →


NJ Senator Durr Supports Freedom Convoys Protesting COVID Mandates

TRENTON, NJ--Senator Ed Durr has introduced a Senate Resolution expressing support for “Freedom Convoys” planned for the first week of March across the country and within New Jersey to protest ongoing government mandates related to COVID-19. “The Freedom Convoys that are planned in New Jersey and elsewhere are intended to send Governor Murphy and President Biden the message that the pandemic is over, it’s time to get back to normal life,” said Durr (R-3), a career truck driver. “It’s time to end all of the overbearing mandates that have taken away our rights, choices, and freedoms.” Taking inspiration from the... Read more →


Mega Job Fair in Gloucester County

(Sewell, NJ)-Gloucester County will hold a Mega Job Fair on Friday, March 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at the RCSJ Gymnasium. The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners and Workforce Development Board (WDB) encourage residents attending 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 Director Frank J. DiMarco. “It is a... Read more →


CNB Business News: Be Prepared for Spring

Gloucester City, NJ (Grassroots Newswire) March 2, 2022 - According to the National Weather Service, March marks the start of the spring severe weather season: "…three months of danger that can imperil the unprepared. 1" Data published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reveals that severe weather events are becoming more frequent and more devastating2, warn disaster recovery specialists with SERVPRO in the Gloucester City area. NOAA reports that the period from 1980-to 2021 saw an annual average of 7.4 "billion-dollar" weather and climate events (adjusted to today's costs). When they looked at only the five most recent... Read more →


Robert Joseph Hartman, 60, of West Deptford, formerly of Gloucester City

Robert Joseph Hartman passed away on February 19, 2022 at the age of 60. Bob lived in West Deptford, NJ over 30 years. He was raised in Gloucester City, NJ and graduated from Gloucester High School in 1980. Beloved husband of Karen (Keebler) Hartman, devoted father of Frankie Willerton and Joseph Hartman, Beloved brother of Bet (Gary) Shrader, Pat (Joe Rubino) Schmidt-Rubino, Anne (Mike) Murtagh, Mary (Chuck) Parvis and Mike (Lynn) Hartman and many loving nieces and nephews. Bob worked for West Deptford Township, Ambrogi, Rastelli and had been a printer for 30 years. He was a natural athlete, sports... Read more →


The Last of the Big New York City Parades

by Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the controversy over the Staten Island St. Patrick's Day Parade: Staten Island's St. Patrick's Day Parade is the last of the big New York City parades of this kind to remain true to its heritage. Unlike the other St. Patrick's Day Parades, which have turned the march into an inclusion event, the Staten Island contingent remains resolute in exclusively honoring St. Patrick. The last time the Catholic League marched in the most heralded of St. Patrick's Day Parades—the one up Fifth Avenue—was 2014. I pulled our group... Read more →


Elvia Estonia Jackson Hawkins, 81, of Jericho; NJ Teacher of the Year Recipient 1996

Jericho, N.J.-- Elvia Estonia Jackson Hawkins, 81, was called home to glory on Feb. 12, 2022, with family and friends by her side. She was born to the late Orano and Pinkney Jackson on April 27, 1940, in Trenton, NJ. Elvia earned her diploma from Trenton High School in 1958 and graduated with honors from Glassboro State College (now Rowan) with a BA in Education in 1962. She married the late James Edward Hawkins in 1963 and moved to Jericho, NJ, where they both spent the remainder of their days. Elvia was an exemplary teacher for 39 years, teaching 36... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

Throwing Money At A Problem Won't Make It Go Away

" The only South Jersey school district in the 400 range, or lower 1/3rd is our own Gloucester City School District. " By Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews If it is possible to waste money, New Jersey knows how to do it! In 2020 Governor Murphy raised the state's contribution to education. He felt that former Governor Chris Christie had underfunded education in our state, so he allocated $9 billion to all schools. Of that amount 60%, or $5.4 billion goes to 31 Abbott districts and the remaining $3.6 billion is shared by the rest of the districts. How many districts... Read more →


Senator Durr: The Gov Calls Me ‘Dangerous’ While He Releases More Criminals into Our Communities

NJ State Senator Ed Durr (Republican)said it’s crazy that Governor Phil Murphy calls him “dangerous” while the Murphy administration is releasing even more prisoners from jail amid surging crime in many New Jersey communities. “Governor Murphy clearly doesn’t see the irony of calling me ‘dangerous’ when he let criminals out of jail who killed people shortly after he set them free,” said Durr (R-3). “Those tragedies weren’t enough to convince the governor that his early release program was dangerous for New Jersey. He doubled down by setting hundreds more inmates free yesterday. It’s absolutely crazy.” Governor Murphy released 260 inmates... Read more →


GOOD NEWS! Westville Cracking Down on Unregistered MV's, Releases January Crime, Fire, and Code Reports

WEC William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews For some time now the borough of Westville has been strictly enforcing its Housing Code ordinance pertaining to unregistered/abandoned motor vehicles. The borough has also been citing people who leave their trash cans on the curb after trash has been picked up. We long have been advocates for citing homeowners/landlords who have unlicensed, unregistered vehicles stored on their properties. They are unsightly and are safety hazards. They are also detrimental to the neighborhood where they are located and depreciate the value of properties in those neighborhoods. We commend the Westville police and borough... Read more →


CNBNEWS TIPS AND SNIPPETS:

Brooklawn Rumor, Baile's Good News, Cars Collide, Road Rage, MERIDIA, Toxic Water, Opinion, A New Dog

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews William E. Cleary Sr. CNBNews Editor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 6, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Looking back over the past week the immediate area of South Jersey was a hotbed of news. Some of those topics we are reporting on below include: A rumor about a halfway house coming to Brooklawn Mayor Baile's Good News A road rage incident that ended in a death of a driver A two-car accident stopping train traffic at the Railroad and Essex Street MERIDIA ON THE PIER POLITICO'S story on your toxic drinking water Our Opinion Plus the Make A Wish Foundation... Read more →


Stop at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter and Meet Brandy

MEET BRANDY--This sweetheart is a 3-year-old Lab/Heeler mix looking for a forever home. Brandy is a sweet girl, but can be a bit shy at first, but warms up quickly and loves to play once she gets more comfortable. Brandy would do best in a home without children under 10 years old, but she does enjoy the company of other dogs! Apply today with the Gloucester County Animal Shelter if you would like to meet Brandy. +++++ Clayton, NJ)—The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners is expanding adoption hours at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter beginning Monday, January 31. The new... Read more →


Mary Elizabeth Simko, of Deptford

On January 31, 2022. Age 90. (nee Speece) Of Deptford. Survived by her children, Mary Flanery (Don), Deborah Holmes (Edward), Joan Smith (Wayne), Christine Adelsberger (Stephan), Judy Bay (John), John Simko (Lynette), David Simko, Laurie Schwebel (Edward), Kevin Simko (Brenda) and Trisha Houston (Lisa). Predeceased by her four siblings, Mary is also survived by many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren as well as nieces and nephews. Born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Francis and Nellie Speece. Mary was very devoted to her Catholic faith. In lieu of flowers to the family, donations in memory of Mary can be... Read more →


Road Work on 1-295/and Route 42 Continues

(Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane closures and detours on I-295 northbound Route 42 northbound tonight, Thursday and Friday nights as the demolition of the Browning Road Bridge continues in Bellmawr, Camden County. Wednesday, February 2 NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 northbound Exit 26, which becomes the left lane of I-76 westbound, from 9 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, February 2 until 6 a.m. Thursday, February 3, weather permitting. In addition, the left lane on Route 42 northbound will be closed during the same time period. The closures will... Read more →


Dolores C. Purdy, age 86, of Weymouth and Haddon Hts.

Dolores C. Purdy, on January 28, 2022, from Weymouth Township; formerly of Haddon Heights. Age 86. Beloved wife of the late William G. Purdy, Sr. Devoted mother of William G. Purdy, Jr. (Becky), Coleen Fahr (Craig), Tracy Staepel (late Tim), and Leon Purdy (Jen). Loving grandmom of Will III (Stacy), Cory, Amanda (Andrew), Ryan, Meaghan, Shaun, and Michaela. GiGi of Ryan Joseph, Aubree Raine, and Aria Reign. Dear Sister of Alexander Toryk (Cathy) and the late John Toryk. Also Survived by many nieces and nephews. There will be a viewing Saturday February 12, 2022 from 10am to 12 Noon at... Read more →


ONLY TIME WILL TELL:

If Gloucester City Residents Are Fed-Up With Paying The Highest Taxes In The State of New Jersey?

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews CNBNewsnet graphic files Gloucester City residents are fed up with the continual surge in their property and school taxes as evident when you read the Facebook comments we received on our article "Gloucester City One of Five Towns with Highest Tax Increase etc ". Related: CNB Opinion: Higher Taxes are Forcing People Out of Their Homes Residents are finally realizing after many decades of high local property and school taxes the only plan these two bodies had to offer you and others was "TAX AND SPEND." Related: Gloucester City in the Top 30 with... Read more →


Jill Ann Travis, age 55, Succumbed To Injuries Substained From A House Fire

On January 13, 2022, Jill passed away due to injuries sustained from a house fire at age 55. (nee Oldson) Of West Deptford. Loving and devoted wife of 38 years to Merial “JR” E. Travis, Jr. Loving mother of Brittany Erin Craft (Brian), John Dillon Travis (Brittany Genovese) and Taylor Leigh Travis (Zach Pierce). Cherished grandmother of Katharine Lily Craft and Jack Phillip Travis. Dear sister of Carla Gillies (Edward) and beloved aunt of Meghan Gillies and Kendall Gillies. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Monday morning, January 24th, from 10 AM to 12 Noon at the... Read more →


THE JEAN GIAMPOLA BRIDGE

Gloucester County honors Jean Giampola with the renaming of County Bridge Number 3-F-18 PAULSBORO, NJ --The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners joined by Paulsboro Councilmembers gathered to rename County Bridge Number 3-F-18 in honor of Jeanne Giampola. Before the bridge, auto traffic was blocked on a daily basis for up to an hour at a time by the trains, creating a nuisance and, more importantly, a public safety hazard, since emergency vehicles were part of the traffic jams. Giampola, who served as a borough councilwoman and community advocate before her death at age 81 in 2016, made it her mission... Read more →


FOR SALE BRAND NEW STATIONARY BIKE, Price Reduced from $139 to $99, Located in Gloucester City

PRO GEAR, already assembled. Weight limit 250 pounds. Will make a nice Christmas present Located in Gloucester City, to make arrangements to see the bike, Email CNBNews1@gmail.com for the address. ON THE SUBJECT LINE WRITE PRO GEAR THE ASKING PRICE IS $139/Reduced to $99 Read more →


City of Gloucester City Sells North Wind Schooner to Gloucester Sail, a Non-Profit Organization

Students aboard the North Wind (photo provide) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 20, 2021)--The City of Gloucester City sold The Schooner North Wind to the Gloucester City Sail organization last month. According to Mayor Dayl Baile, the City had the schooner appraised, and the value of it was $50,000. The City sold it to the Gloucester Sail organization for that amount, $50,000. That money will go back into the City’s Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG)program. Hopefully, Gloucester Sail’s non-profit organization will continue the good work they have been doing for all these years,” said the mayor. In May 2008 the City... Read more →


SAY IT ISN'T SO! Gloucester County DEMS Plan To Segregate County’s First Black Sheriff

WHAT IS THE REASON THE SHERIFF 'S OFFICE IS BEING MOVED??? Sheriff’s office and all staff need to stay where they are MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Commissioners-Elect Chris Konawel and Nick DeSilvio demanded officials in Gloucester County government immediately halt plans to move the county Sheriff’s office Jonathan Sammons Gloucester County’s first Black sheriff from the county's administrative office on South Broad Street in Woodbury to the shuttered county jail on Hunter Street. “Last month we were proud to have elected Jonathan Sammons as Gloucester County’s first Black sheriff. Now the Democrats who control county government are moving the... Read more →


Rowan Assistant Head Football Coach Tom Doddy Retiring After 22 Years

GLASSBORO, NJ - Longtime Rowan assistant head football coach Tom Doddy has announced his retirement after 22 years of working with the Profs’ program. Doddy has served in a variety of roles on staff throughout the years and most recently was the offensive line coach and run game coordinator from 2017 through the 2021 season. He came to Rowan in 2000 to join head coach K.C. Keeler’s staff as offensive coordinator and remained in that role under current head coach Jay Accorsi through 2014. Doddy then took over as defensive coordinator from 2015 to 2016 before moving into his current... Read more →


Gloucester County Residents, Get Your Flu Shot

Protect yourself and others this holiday season with a 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, "Receiving a flu shot is the best way to keep you and others safe from contracting the flu. Getting together to celebrate the holidays is an important part of the holidays, you don’t want to get the flu to keep you from family and friends over the holiday!” Commissioner Jim Jefferson, Liaison to the Department of Health, said, “Gloucester County proudly... Read more →


A Look At Christmas 1966 in S.Jersey & Philly

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The short video below is from 1966, it is Christmas time in South Jersey, and the Philadelphia region. Mel Torme, a well-known singer at that time is doing a promo for WCAU radio and television station. The video showcases a parade float advertising WIBBAGE 99 radio station, images of Gimbels, Horn, and Hardarts, kids sledding on American Flyer sleds plus more. Such fond memories of an easier time in life, without the internet, email, cell phones, 24-hour news, riots, smash and grab, Etc. Yes, there was turmoil in the world, the Vietnam War, and... Read more →


Yury I. Kruty Named Special Agent in Charge for IRS- Criminal Investigation in Pennsylvania/Delawar

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Yury I. Kruty has been selected as the new Special Agent in Charge for IRS- Criminal Investigation (CI) in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He is one of 21 Special Agents in Charge across the country, each responsible for a specific field office. Prior to his selection as the Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Kruty worked for two years in the New York Field Office as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge. In this position, Mr. Kruty oversaw four groups of special agents in the Long Island, New York area. He also oversaw the Use of Force Program for... Read more →


New Owner for Clancy's Brooklawn, And Fond Memories of Wayne's Log Cabin

Clancy's Pub, Route 130, Brooklawn, formerly Waynes Log Cabin (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews BROOKLAWN, NJ--Empire Sports Bar & Grill is coming to Clancy’s Pub property in Brooklawn, NJ., according to Mark Mathews of 42Freeway. The new owner of the property is Derviş Aktürk of the nearby Empire Diner (a.k.a. the Brooklawn Diner) and he will continue to operate both restaurants, offering a different menu and experience in the two very close eateries. In January 2021 Peyton and Me noticed the property was listed for sale, the asking price was $459,900. The last time it was sold... Read more →


I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed Tuesday night

Overnight closures necessary to repair guide rail (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound is scheduled to be closed Tuesday night, as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 11 p.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, November 23 until 5 a.m. Wednesday, November 24, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound/I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve. The two right lanes on I-295 southbound also will be closed after Exit 28/Route 168. These closures will allow... Read more →


Young Americans for Liberty OPPOSES Selective Service Expansion to Women

Austin, TX – As the Senate Armed Services Committee debates the merits of a “gender-neutral” selective service, Young Americans for Liberty (YAL)—the nation’s most active youth libertarian organization—is going on the offensive, arguing against the draft’s existence in the first place. After passing House 316-113 in September, the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has moved to the Senate, where it sits in committee. Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) is leading the charge to change the bill’s language, requiring that “all Americans”—not just males—register with the Selective Service System. Unlike other right-of-center organizations that mainly reject the conscription of women on... Read more →


Amazon Hiring Delivery Service Partner Driver

Location: Gloucester City, NJ, 08030 Posted On: 2021-11-06 (valid until 2021-12-27) PART_TIME CONTRACTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Are you interested in a new opportunity where you can work independently, make a difference in your community, and delight hundreds of customers every day? Apply to be a Delivery Driver today. DSPs offer competitive compensation, benefits, a great company culture, and opportunities for growth. No delivery experience is required. What You"ll Do: As a Delivery Driver, you"ll drive a vehicle, delivering 200-250 packages per day. You will be a delivery hero in the neighborhoods you serve - delivering hundreds of smiles to customers every... Read more →


UPS Seeking Seasonal Personal Vehicle Package Driver

APPLY NOW Philadelphia Airport HubPrimary Location: 1 Hog Island Road , PHILADELPHIA, PA - United States, 19153 Other Location: $21 / hour + 56 Cents Per MileFacility Philadelphia Airport HubJob ID PAPHA6 $21 / hour + 56 Cents Per Mile As a Personal Vehicle Driver, you’ll enjoy a fast-paced, physical position that gets you outdoors and connecting with customers. From the driver’s seat of your own car, find out what you’ll become at UPS. About the role: • Lift, lower and carry packages up to 70 pounds • Full time, opportunity to work eight hours, Monday-Friday • Saturday and holiday... Read more →


Body Found Floating in Timber Creek, Gloucester Township

Glendora, N.J. – The body of a deceased male was pulled from Timber Creek in Gloucester Township, announced Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Gloucester Township Police Chief David Harkins. Timber Creek, Gloucester Township The body was found floating in the water on Monday morning, November 1st in the area of the 400 block of Front Street. No further details are available at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Tanner Ogilvie with the CCPO’s Major Crimes Unit at 856-650-6398 or Gloucester Township Police Detective Nicholas Aumendo at 856-228-4500. Tips can also be sent anonymously... Read more →


Rowan Sports Results: Football, Soccer, Volleyball

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Montclair State jumped out to a 17-0 lead and never looked back in handing Rowan a 20-7 defeat in NJAC football action today. After a scoreless first quarter, MSU (2-6; 1-3 NJAC) got on the board with 8:26 left in the second as the Red Hawks capped a 95-yard drive when Jamie Hamilton caught a 30-yard pass from Ja’Quill Burch. The home team added another in the third when Nelson Reilly made a 22-yard reception to put Montclair up 14-0. Early in the fourth, Montclair State went 44 yards and Andrew Myerson connected on a 28-yard field... Read more →


Edwin James Lafferty of Woodbury, Founder of New Sharon Fire Company

On October 22, 2021. Age 65. Of Woodbury. Loving husband of 40 years to Jean Lafferty (nee Stout). Loving father of Colin and Chase Lafferty. Beloved brother of Patrick Lafferty (Marie), Robert Lafferty and Anthony Lafferty (Cathy). Predeceased by his parents, Anthony W. Lafferty and Evelyn Lafferty (nee Brynan). Also survived by his father-in-law, Raymond E. Stout, Jr. and sister-in-laws, Jill Pippet and Janet Goulet. Also survived by his loving nieces and nephews, who he always loved spending time with. Jim started his fire service with New Sharon Fire Company in Deptford in 1981. He has been a proud member... Read more →