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Ram's Pub & Grub May 11th

On Saturday May 11th Gloucester Catholic High School is hosting its first "Ram's Pub & Grub" event. This event will take place from 4 pm-10 pm at the G.C. Patrick Peyton Athletic Complex (81 Blackwood-Barnesboro Rd Sewell, NJ 08080). We will be offering a selection of beer, wine and mixed... Read more →


Audubon Courts Reunion

On Saturday night a Reunion of former players from the basketball courts in Audubon was held at the Kove in Audubon. The idea of bringing to together former High School, College and National Basketball Standouts who worked their skills on the legendary Courts was brainstorm of Carmine Calzonetti a Gloucester... Read more →


Boys Nation changed his life

By Andy Proffet APR 11, 2019 As he was growing up in Green River, Wyo., Chris Andrews’ perception of the happenings in places like New York City and Washington, D.C., was that they were almost occurring in another country. “‘This is a big issue for people who are making big... Read more →


Gloucester High/Gloucester Catholic Softball News

The South Jersey Times has listed Gloucester High and Gloucester Catholic softball teams has two teams to watch in 2019. The other schools listed are Delsea, GCIT, and Kingsway. Gloucester High The Lions were one run away from a state championship last season. While Gloucester graduated seven seniors from that... Read more →


GHS Distinguished Alumni Nominee Deadline Friday; NJ Property and School Taxes to Increase

CNBNews Tips and Snippets: William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 28, 2019)--The deadline for submitting your nomination for the Gloucester City High School (GHS) Distinguished Hall of Fame is tomorrow, Friday, March 29. A link to the the nominating form is here. RELATED: WE NOMINATE JIM... Read more →


The Part 11:

The Early History of the City of Gloucester City: The Settlement; Industry: The Bleachery

The Permanent Settlement In 1661, another group of colonists from Dublin, Ireland, under the leadership of Robert Zane, arrived at Gloucester Point aboard “Ye Owners Adventure,” joined those who had not moved to Burlington and again began laying out a town worthy of distinction. The first roadway cleared was and... Read more →


42nd Annual South Jersey High School All-Star Game Scheduled for March 24 at Rutgers-Camden

Camden City, NJ--The Albert J. Carino Boys Basketball Club and the Lions Clubs of South Jersey's 42nd annual South Jersey High School All-Star Game will be played at Rutgers-Camden on Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m. The game will follow the 15th annual Tim Lenahan Memorial Basketball Game (eighth graders),... Read more →


FRESH AIR Radio Host Terry Gross Interviews Gloucester City Resident Jim Nicholson

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 6, 2019)--Gloucester City resident and obituary writer Jim Nicholson, who died recently, was interviewed 30 years ago by FRESH AIR radio host Terry Gross from West Virginia Public broadcasting. It is an intriguing interview. His friends will enjoy hearing his... 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 business, professional career, self employment, or exemplary in community-humanitarian service. A man we feel who... Read more →


GREAT SCHOOLS.ORG: The dark truth about those big homework projects

by: Hank Pellissier | GREATSCHOOLS.ORG “You have to write about cannibalism!” I fume at Zenobia, my fifth grade daughter. “Your teacher, your classmates, everybody wants to hear about people eating people.” She’s constructing her big social studies report. Zenobia’s decision — all on her own — is to create a... Read more →


NJ Legislature increasing standardized testing requirements for graduation & eliminating opt out

PLEASE TAKE ACTION RIGHT NOW! The NJ legislature is voting today (2/21) and Monday (2/25) on legislation (S3381/A4957) that would enable the New Jersey Department of Education to require students to take an unlimited number of standardized tests in multiple grades in order to graduate from high school, and would... Read more →


Part Three:

Early History of The City of Gloucester City: The Battle of Gloucester; Frigate Augusta

originally published 1964 Battle of Gloucester Tuesday, November 25, 1952 was the 175th anniversary of the Battle, and sometimes referred to as the skirmish at Gloucester. Here are some of the events that led up to that engagement. On July 4, 1776, besides the action of the Continental Congress which... Read more →


South Jersey girls basketball Mean 15 rankings for Feb. 3

Cherokee (14-4; previous ranking 1) – The Chiefs ran their winning streak to seven games with three victories last week. Ava Therien led nine different scorers as she had 10 points in a 57-29 triumph over Eastern on Tuesday. The team then topped Cherry Hill East 56-30 on Thursday and... Read more →


Rams Over Lions 49-33

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 2, 2019)--Conor Regan recorded 17 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had five steals for Gloucester Catholic in a 49-33 home win against Gloucester High, according to highschoolsportsNJ.com Ryan Roney and Adonis Perez each contributed with eight points in the win, with Perez also grabbing 10 rebounds.... Read more →


Gloucester City High School Alumni Spotlight:

Courtney Dolson, Class of 2010

Courtney Dolson, Class of 2010 (GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ) Courtney Dolson- After high school, I accepted a two year scholarship to Burlington County College to continue my softball career. I then transferred to Goldey-Beacom College where I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2014 and then my Master’s degree... Read more →


Carmen Palmierio Basketball 64th Consecutive Season

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 6, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Basketball opened 2018-2019 season this weekend with 8 travel teams and 12 teams playing in the Carmen Palmierio Basketball In House League. Watch travel teams Friday nights with Girls grade 5/6, 6:45 followed by Boys grade 5/6 at 8:00 @ Cold Springs School... Read more →


Albert Carino Boys Basketball Club to Honor Six Players At Captain's Day

Judge, Tarte, Regan, Gibson, Gordon & Cartwright-Atkins in the Spotlight The Albert Carino Boys Basketball Club has announced names of the six players to be honored at the first meeting of the season (Captain’s Day) (Wednesday, January 16th) at the Crowne Plaza, Route 70 and Cuthbert Blvd., Cherry Hill starting... Read more →


Gloucester High School Alumni Spotlight:

DANA MUSSELMAN, CLASS OF 1989

Alumni Spotlight Dana Musselman, Class of 1989 GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ --Current Status: I am currently an early childhood educator at Cold Springs School in Gloucester City. After graduation from GHS, I went to Glassboro State College/Rowan University where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education. In 1995, I... Read more →


Gloucester City School District Going Solar

Boxes containing the panels have been stacked on skids in two areas near the school building GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—The Cold Springs Grade School will soon be receiving their electrical energy from solar panels. Pallets containing the panels have been stacked two high and three deep on the... Read more →