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New Jersey American Water announces bold new START program

to create jobs and invest in water and wastewater services Estimated Creation of Up to 2,000 Jobs through Additional $150 Million Investment Annually CAMDEN, N.J. (July 24, 2020) – New Jersey American Water President Cheryl Norton today announced a bold new program that proposes to accelerate capital investment in water and... Read more →

Bipartisan Bill Would Help NJ Restaurants Impacted by Halt to Reopening Plans

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate would reimburse New Jersey restaurants, bars and caterers for supplies purchased in anticipation reopening their indoor dining rooms. The reopening plans were halted by Gov. Phil Murphy just days before the reopening date... Read more →

Is a Pre-Filled or Refillable Pod System Better as a First Vape?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 18, 2020)--In many ways, the most important vaping device that you’ll ever buy is your first. That’s because it’s the purchase that has the greatest influence over what your future in vaping will be like. If you enjoy your experience with your first device, you’ll end up buying so many... Read more →

Jersey Fresh Produce Abundant in SJ

HERE IS WHERE TO FIND DELICIOUS SUMMER HARVESTS A region that boasts hundreds of acres of lush farmland, New Jersey’s Heartland is one of the best places to source local produce: from plump Jersey Fresh tomatoes to flavorful blueberries. For many, strolling through a farm market and scooping up a basket-full... Read more →

UMC Unveils The Road Forward

Plan outlines transition to “new normal” amid COVID-19 pandemic NEPTUNE, N.J., July 13, 2020 — Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, residents of long-term care communities have patiently awaited the time when they could visit face-to-face with their loved ones. That desire was granted when the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) issued... Read more →

Philly Chefs Prepare Food for Families Staying at Ronald McDonald House

Written By: Heather Redfern PHILADELPHIA PA(July 14, 2020)--Chefs from several PHL Food & Shops restaurants recently prepared and delivered approximately 80 pre-made meals for families staying at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House at 40th and Chestnut Streets. The event was part of the Ronald McDonald House’s Guest Chef program. The Philadelphia... Read more →

Getting around Canberra

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 12, 2020)--Visiting Canberra is truly a great experience. The Australian capital has the best of both worlds: the renowned world of modern architecture and the wondrous natural reserves and bushlands. No matter what your choice of activities is, you can find something that suits you in Canberra. There are many... Read more →

Four Tips for Gardening on a Budget

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(July 10, 2020)--Gardening is a fantastic hobby that is also extremely beneficial, especially if you’re growing food. It can become expensive if you are unsure of where to start, or don’t watch your spending. There is a slight investment involved when getting started, but it can be minimal if you know... Read more →

What To Do? Youth Hunger And Malnutrition Continue To Grow

(NAPSI)—According to the United States Department of Agriculture, in the U.S., more than 12 million children receive free or reduced-price breakfast at school, and more than 29.7 million get lunch through the national school lunch program. For many, school meals are the only consistent food they get in a day and,... Read more →

Stay Food Safe this July Fourth

Food Safety Education Staff Consumer Inquiries (888) 674-6854 WASHINGTON, July 3, 2020 – Many Americans will be celebrating the Fourth of July outdoors this year a little differently, with celebrations at home, including backyard barbecues and picnics perhaps with only your household. No matter how you’re celebrating the Fourth of July,... Read more →

Republican Leader Bramnick: NJ Should Reimburse Restaurants for Canceled Re-Openings

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square)(July 1, 2020)-- – Restaurant owners should be reimbursed for money spent in anticipation of the now-canceled reopening on Thursday, said Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick. Meanwhile, Gov. Phil Murphy said “it’s better to be safe than sorry” in defense of his... Read more →

Techniques For California Avocado Month

Deviled California Avocados (NAPSI)—Some trends never go out of style, and avocado toast is one that has defined the last decade. Kicking off the month of June, in celebration of California Avocado Month, the California Avocado Commission (CAC) has teamed up with award-winning chefs from California, Arizona and Colorado to predict... Read more →

Wildwood Mayor Ask Murphy to Allow Indoor Dining in Cape May County

June 30, 2020, 3:25 pm | in (Wildwood, NJ) – Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron released the following statement in response to Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to postpone the resumption of indoor dining, which was scheduled to resume Thursday, July 2nd at 25% capacity. “The Governor’s decision to postpone the resumption of... Read more →

Over 100 Leading Businesses Blast Murphy's EO As It Unfairly Hurts Restaurant Owners

The New Jersey Business Coalition, a group of more than 100 leading business and nonprofit groups throughout the state, issued the following statement following Gov. Phil Murphy's signing of Executive Order 158, temporarily pausing the resumption of indoor dining in New Jersey. "New Jersey business owners have said from the beginning... Read more →

Fresh Fruit Arrives in The Port of Philadelphia; Ship Docks at Gloucester Marine Terminal

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 29, 2020)--Fresh fruit arrived this month in the Port of Philadelphia according to The Produce News. Gloucestercitynews.net files The M/V Everest Bay, operated by Seatrade, docked at the Gloucester Marine Terminal in Gloucester City, NJ, and unloaded some 3,800 pallets of clementines and navel oranges, kicking off... Read more →

Police Charge Man Involved in Scuffle with Wawa Employee with Shoplifting, Assault,Violating Gov. Orders

updated below sixth paragraph June 26, 2020 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ (June 24, 2020)(Gloucestercitynews.net)--Carmen Vasaturo, the suspect who was thrown out of the Mount Ephraim Wawa on June 15, at 5pm for not wearing a mask has been charged with shoplifting, assault, and violating the governor’s... Read more →

Food Bank of South Jersey Receives $10,000 for Sterigenics

PENNSAUKEN, NEW JERSEY – The Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ), South Jersey’s largest hunger-relief organization, reports Sterigenics has announced it will donate $10,000 to the regional Feeding America food bank to support its COVID-19 emergency food distribution response, effective immediately. “Sterigenics is proud to support the Food Bank of South... Read more →

Making Your Small Business Successful – The Robert Trosten Mantra

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 24, 2020)--It is natural for entrepreneurs to be desperate to make their businesses successful and profitable. However, the going can be pretty tough and it is not unusual for small business owners to find themselves getting a little lost and not being able to make the progress they would have... Read more →

Temporary Use Zoning Permit Offered to Philadelphia Restaurants/Retail Businesses

Get a Zoning Permit for a temporary use Service overview PHILADELPHIA PA (June 17, 2020)--Restaurants and retail businesses can get a Zoning Permit to change the use of a private lot for a limited time. This permit allows businesses to use outdoor areas for additional restaurant or retail space. You can... Read more →

Man Attacked by Wawa Employee for Not Wearing A Mask in the Mt. Ephraim Store

Wawa superstore, 602 Black Horse Pike, Mt. Ephraim 08059 (source Wawa) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Mount Ephraim, NJ (June 17, 2020)--Monday evening, June 15, a customer walked into the Wawa store, Black Horse Pike, Mt. Ephraim with his two children and was allegedly assaulted by a Wawa employee for... Read more →

CNB Business: Paul Piazza & Son Seafood Now Offering Wild-Caught Gulf Shrimp To Your Door

June 16, 2020 New Orleans, Louisiana- Just as the summer shrimp season gets underway, Paul Piazza & Son, Inc., one of the largest, processors of wild-caught Gulf of Mexico shrimp in the country, has launched a direct-to-consumer buying portal in response to increased requests from consumers to buy its wild-caught shrimp... Read more →

How Grocery Shoppers Can Save Big

Older shoppers can save big on groceries with a new program that lowers costs and identifies healthful options right in the store. (NAPSI)—Good nutrition is important at any age. But for older adults on a tight budget, regular access to nutritious foods can be limited—and expensive. A new program aims to... Read more →

Garden State Wineries Opening This Week

By Stefanie Parker From the GSWGA: Wineries will be following guidelines established by the NJ Department of Health for the reopening as well as by the Garden State Wine Growers Association in its plan to the state, but will modify to fit the specific needs of the winery. Elements to include,... Read more →

42,922 lbs Ground Beef Products Recalled

WASHINGTON, June 13, 2020 – Lakeside Refrigerated Services, a Swedesboro, N.J. establishment, is recalling approximately 42,922 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw ground beef items were produced on June... Read more →

Sinfully Sweets Your Best Stop for Grads and Dads

Owner Judy Dietz, Gloucester City born and raised, is thrilled to introduce Sinfully Sweets, the gourmet treat boutique that is sprinkling sweetness into the community. We are conveniently located on the White Horse Pike in Atco (Town Plaza), we offer custom creations to satisfy every sweet tooth. From hand-dipped chocolates to... Read more →

Sinfully Sweets: Order Your Father's Day Present or Graduation Gifts

Owner Judy Dietz, Gloucester City born and raised, is thrilled to introduce Sinfully Sweets, the gourmet treat boutique that is sprinkling sweetness into the community. We are conveniently located on the White Horse Pike in Atco (Town Plaza), we offer custom creations to satisfy every sweet tooth. From hand-dipped chocolates to... Read more →

Who Sells Organic Baby Products?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 4, 2020)--Children are the greatest gifts in our lives. Parents always try to surround them with great love and care. They do whatever is necessary to make the life of the little ones safer and happier. One of the most desired things all children dream of is to get toys.... Read more →

Digestive Enzymes vs Probiotics Review – Which is the Best Supplement to Take

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 4, 2020)--There are quite some similarities between digestive enzymes and probiotics. They carry out functions that are quite complementary. Regardless of these similarities,, digestive enzymes and probiotics still differ very markedly and carry out their functions in different ways. Digestive enzymes are basically substances in the body that play a... Read more →

ATLANTIC CITY: Operation Feed Food Distribution 5-28

A generous donation of baked goods coordinated by the Bakery Confectionery Tobacco and Grain Millers International Union will be the highlight of a food distribution sponsored by the New Jersey State AFL-CIO and its affiliated unions, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and the Community FoodBank of New Jersey. Union volunteers will... Read more →

Rep. Norcross Releases Information About How To Order Groceries Online With SNAP

Neighbor, Families across the country are struggling to put food on the table as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take a devastating toll on employment and the economy. No one should have to worry about whether they can afford to feed their families. Today, I want to provide you with some... Read more →

Norcross Announces Approval of Online Grocery Shopping for SNAP Recipients in NJ

CHERRY HILL, NJ – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will allow households in 13 new states, including New Jersey, the ability to order groceries online with their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Beginning next week, New Jerseyans on SNAP will be able... Read more →

TSA prepared for summer travelers with updated security procedures

In response to COVID-19, procedure changes rolling out nationwide by mid-June WASHINGTON – With the Memorial Day holiday weekend kicking off the start of summer, the Transportation Security Administration is preparing a very different travel season given the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. TSA has implemented changes to the security screening process that... Read more →

Cape May Point Store Owner Cited for Violating Gov's Mandate; Police Feel Disrespected

source Sunset Beach Gift Shop (Gloucestercitynews.net)CAPE MAY POINT, NJ (May 18, 2020)—Lower Township Police were summoned to the Sunset Beach Gift Shop, Cape May Point on Saturday by an anonymous person who alleged the store owner was operating his gift shop and miniature golf course in violation of the Governor's COVID-19... Read more →

Philadelphia Based D’IYANU Creates Reusable Face Masks In the Wake of Coronavirus

African Clothing Company Responds to the Need of Personal Protective Equipment Philadelphia, PA (May 2020) - Philadelphia based African print fashion brand D’IYANUhas started manufacturing face masks in their signature colors and prints to provide their customers with a product to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. This is also a... Read more →

Wireless Surround Sound System - Are They Really Wireless?

Wireless Surround Sound Speaker System (Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--Home cinema is not what it used to be. Recently, anyone can build their own private home theater as they wish. After you first examine all that is offered in your own local consumer electronics online shops, you may be surprised by the excitement.... Read more →

Bacardi Helps Produce Hand Sanitizers

CATAÑO, Puerto Rico--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A shift in production by Bacardi at the world’s largest premium rum distillery is helping supply ethanol required to produce the much-needed hand sanitizers that are in high demand as a result of COVID-19. The Bacardi Corporation distillery in Cataño, Puerto Rico, where more than 80% of the... Read more →

Cheerios Repurposes Olympics Ads

ORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The COVID-19 crisis is putting unprecedented demand on Canada’s food banks. To help raise awareness, donations and to say thanks to those working so hard, Cheerios and its Canadian Olympic athlete partners are shifting the cheers that were originally destined for the athletes onto Canada’s frontline food bank heroes. Food... Read more →


WE are doing Mother’s Day gifts at the curbside of course!! Call me at the store 856-210-6102 and we will return your call soon!! Pickup times are on Saturday morning from 10:00 am - noon. May 5-May 8 RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS Gloucester City News Gloucester City History Former Gloucester City... Read more →

Dining Out For Life Raises $60,000 for HIV Services

Action Wellness’ Biggest Fundraiser Turned Virtual Philadelphia, PA (MAY 2020) - Due to COVID-19, Dining Out For Life became a virtual event this year on April 30, on what would have been the popular fundraiser’s 30th anniversary. Through online peer to peer fundraising and private donations, Action Wellness raised close to... Read more →


WE are doing Mother’s Day gifts at the curbside of course!! Call me at the store 856-210-6102 and we will return your call soon!! Pickup times are on Saturday morning from 10:00 am - noon. RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS Gloucester City News Gloucester City History Former Gloucester City Resident Opens "Sinfully... Read more →

Sinfully Sweets is Open for Mother's Day Orders

WE are doing Mother’s Day gifts at the curbside of course!! Call me at the store 856-210-6102 and we will return your call soon!! Pickup times are on Saturday morning from 10:00 am - noon. RELATED: CNB BUSINESS NEWS Gloucester City News Gloucester City History Former Gloucester City Resident Opens "Sinfully... Read more →

SNAP Recipients to Receive Additional Benefits

(Camden City, NJ) – Many Camden County residents who receive food assistance through the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (NJ SNAP) will receive additional benefits in May to help address critical food needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. An additional $36 million will be provided to about 214,000 New Jersey households... Read more →

Don't Settle For A Dull Meat; Get a Meat Injector!

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 1, 2020)--The meat injector that everybody surely needs in their very own home kitchen for it releases marinade into meat via a needle-like applicators. It allows the best flavors to be inserted for you to have a meat that is tender, savory, and most of all, delicious. There's nothing easier... Read more →

Hundreds Dead in Iran After Corona Cure Misinformation

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 1, 2020)--An estimated 700 people have died in Iran after drinking bootleg alcohol. The deaths occurred after a coronavirus cure hoax surfaced online, leading to the high rate of alcohol poisoning. Health workers in Iran have publicly announced the deaths to warn Iranian citizens not to fall for the hoax.... Read more →

Some Employees of Produce Market in Brooklawn Have COVID-19/Novel Coronavirus

updated/ corrected Saturday afternoon, May 2, 2020, we received the following Facebook message from Verichio's Produce regarding our questions that we asked on Wednesday. We wanted to know when they first learned that the employee was sick. Did they threaten her or any other employee with being fired if they told... Read more →

Support A Small Business During the Pandemic: A&A Soft Pretzel Baking Co.

CAMDEN CITY, NJ--A & A Soft Pretzel Baking Company located at 1100-1106 North 32nd Street in Camden is one of many small food businesses hurting by the coronavirus crisis. The South Jersey soft pretzel baking company has been impacted since a lot of their customers are closed and fundraising events paused.... Read more →

Philadelphia Restaurants and Retailers Offering Essential Services

(Gloucestercitynews.net)-PHILADELPHIA PA (April 17, 2020)--Consistent with State and City directives, there are businesses throughout Center City offering essential services during this challenging time. Please support them if you are able. To help, we have compiled a list of retailers and restaurants offering online shopping, gift cards, takeout, delivery and virtual classes.... Read more →

Why do you need a Gooseneck Kettle for Pour over Coffee?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(April 16, 2020)--Coffee is one of the most loved beverages in the world. The beverage intake enhances your energy levels due to caffeine stimulants. And apart from the benefits, you reap from taking coffee, the brewing style and serving process matters a lot. Probably, you have noticed in some places where... Read more →

NJ Food Council Safety Tips to Grocery Shoppers

TRENTON – APRIL 10, 2020 – With Gov. Phil Murphy signing an Executive Order, that became effective 8 p.m. Friday night, that requires all grocery store shoppers to wear masks, the New Jersey Food Council has released customer tips to further ensure safety. “Based on the requirements of the State of... Read more →

101 North Eatery & Bar Offers Easter Brunch/Chicken Dinner To-go

In Addition to Two New Cocktail Kits (April 9, 2020)- L.A’s 101 North Eatery & Bar has made instant changes including no-contact curbside take out and delivery option during the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. For the upcoming holiday weekend 101 North will offer Easter Brunch to-go along with a Chicken Dinner.... Read more →