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NJ NEWS COMMONS: NJ WILL REPLACE ALL LEAD WATER PIPES IN NEXT DECADE

On Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed three bills that aim to replace every single lead water pipe in the state within the next decade. The $2.65 billion effort will be paid for via water companies and perhaps federal funding. This makes New Jersey the first state in the nation to have a "hard target" to get rid of lead pipes, an expert at New Jersey Policy Perspective says. (NorthJersey) "[The project to rid the state of lead water service lines is] not going to just be wishful thinking. It's going to be an achievable and an affordable reality," Gov. Phil... Read more →


Lottery Winners in Camden and Morris Counties

One Camden and One Morris County Tickets Win $10,000 Mega Millions Jackpot Rolls to $117,000,000 TRENTON (July 14, 2021) – There were two third-tier prizewinning tickets sold for the Tuesday, July 13, drawing that matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball drawn winning the $10,000 prize. Those tickets were purchased at the following locations: Camden County: Wawa #8402, 2428 Route 38, Cherry Hill; and, Morris County: Quick Chek #24, 93 West Hanover, Morris Plains. In addition to the third-tier prizes won, 25 players matched four of the five white balls drawn making each ticket worth... Read more →


CNBNews Cheer and Jeers for JUNE/JULY 2021

CHEER—A total of 137 households in Camden County will share $215,000 from 92 people in eight United Church of Christ (UCC) congregations, as well as other church agencies, to abolish medical debt, the group announced recently. Together, the UCC has abolished more than $9 million in medical debt in four states, including more than $8 million in New Jersey. Their latest debt-relief campaign raised $65,522.21, according to the UCC. JEER—Sunday, July 4, 2021, a day that families and friends gather to thank our forefathers who died and fought for our Independence. That is what the agenda for the day is... Read more →


*Burlington County 's Straight to Treatment Program

What is Straight … to Treatment? It is a program created to help those who are caught in the powerful grip of addiction and substance abuse – but would like to break free – with the opportunity to be connected to a program to assist them with overcoming their addiction. Who operates the program? The program was created by the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and is operated in conjunction with the police departments of Evesham Township, Pemberton Township, Mount Holly and the City of Burlington, along with Oaks Integrated Care, Solstice Counseling and Wellness Center, Hand ‘n’ Heart and Maryville... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering through Gloucester City, and Haddon Lake, Audubon (Chapter X)

UPDATED GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (June 14, THE DAY COMING TO AN END--One night last week around 9:15 PM we caught the last glimpse of daylight before the dark sky of night closed over the Riverview Heights section of Gloucester City. We took the photo with the Apple iPhone 11 LOVE YOUR MONEY--The new Gloucester High football field and running track around the field is finished. Work on the $1.3 million jobs began at the beginning of the year and ended in May. The arrow is pointing to two members of the construction crew putting the finishing touches on the field.... Read more →


GOOD NEWS:NJ Public Health and Business Programs Launch Innovative Dual Degree

EWING, NJ June 10, 2021 – The graduate programs of the public health department and business school at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) are partnering to launch a fast-track dual Master in Business Administration (MBA) and Master in Public Health (MPH) degree in fall 2021. This affordable joint program will be taught with a combination of online and in-person instruction. Applicants can enroll immediately until August 6th. The combined degree was developed partially in response to enrolled TCNJ student and alumni demand. The public health department in TCNJ’s School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science ranks 33rd in the... Read more →


Virtua Health’s Mobile Grocery Store Celebrates 1,000th Customer

The rolling supermarket marked the milestone with balloons, gifts, and recognition of its 1,000th shopper (WILLINGBORO, NJ) Since hitting the road in February, Virtua Health’s “Eat Well” Mobile Grocery Storehas taken off! The store-on-wheels – which brings healthy, affordable food to six South Jersey communities in need each week – recently served its 1,000th customer. "People are really enthusiastic about the Mobile Grocery Store," said April Schetler, assistant vice president of community health engagement at Virtua Health, South Jersey's largest health system. "We've already exceeded our three-month goal of 720 transactions by more than 20 percent – getting even more... Read more →


The 100 Safest Cities: 29 Of Those Cities Are In NJ

SALT LAKE CITY –May 24, 2021 – 7:00 a.m. SafeWise, the leading resource for all things safety and security, announced today the release of its 100 Safest Cities report for 2021—with Hopkinton, Massachusetts taking the number one spot. See the full report here: https://www.safewise.com/safest-cities-america/ SafeWise names Hopkinton, Massachusetts the safest city in the U.S. with zero violent crime incidents per 1,000 residents and 1.61 property crime incidents per 1,000 residents, according to the latest available FBI crime data. The SafeWise report notes the 100 Safest Cities boast a collective violent crime rate that’s 92% lower than the national average. In... Read more →


Johnson Wins Long Jump, 4x400 Meter Relay Takes 1st; Beasley 4x400 Meter Relay, Earns All-American

ROWAN FINISHES FOURTH GREENSBORO, NC – Rowan’s Ahmir Johnson won the long jump and the 4x400 meter relay took first place at the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships on Saturday, May 29 at the Irwin Belk Track Complex. Jah’mere Beasley and the 4x100 meter relay earned All-America. Rowan finished fourth in the team scoring with 41 points. The 4x400 meter relay of Amara Conte, Hunter Barbieri, Justin Bishop and Francis Terry ran a winning time of 3:11.81. The relay received 10 points and moved the Profs up to fourth in the team scoring past Wis.-La Crosse (39) after... Read more →


Rowan student-athletes received NJAC Weekly honors

Jah’mere Beasley and Eli Atiya and Victor Cruz PITMAN, NJ – A trio of Rowan student-athletes received NJAC Weekly honors for May 24 – Jah’mere Beasley of the men’s track & field team and Eli Atiya and Victor Cruz of the baseball team. All three were part of the NJAC champion teams in their sports and additionally, all will be headed to the NCAA Championships this week with their squads. Beasley (Camden, NJ) was named the Track Athlete of the Week for the fourth time this season. Running at Rowan’s Last Chance meet, the sophomore ran a 10.48 in the... Read more →


Catholic Charities & ShopRite Ending Hunger Together

Catholic Charities receives funding from annual ShopRite Partners in Caring Program “Ending Hunger Together” was a most appropriate contest theme for the annual ShopRite Partners In Caring Cheerios Contest, sponsored by ShopRite and General Mills. Wallybeth Figueroa, Catholic Charities senior case manager in Gloucester County, and Kevin Hickey (right), executive director, accept a donation from West Deptford ShopRite store director Mike Ross. The pandemic did not stop ShopRite associates from carrying out this annual campaign during “Hunger Action Month” in September, when they rallied to collect donations from customers to support the fight against hunger. Each year, ShopRite and General... Read more →


CNB Tips/Snippets:

Area Schools Getting Millions; Waterfront Restaurant/Storage Facility for Brooklawn

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews LOVE YOUR MONEY--Washington has announced it is sending $2.765 billion to the state of New Jersey's Department of Education to be dispensed to school districts throughout the state. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files According to the Courier Post, the Camden City School District will receive the highest amount of funding – $100 million – under the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund in the ARP Act. The funding formula is based on Title 1 No Child Left Behind standing and other factors. A random list of schools in the Camden County region and the money... Read more →


Good News for Gloucester Township Residents....Overall Crime Has Drop Significantly

Gloucester Township, New Jersey is pleased to report that the overall reported criminal offenses (overall crime) have dropped by 12.26% from the previous year. Violent crimes also dropped 15.63%, making the great community of Gloucester Township an even safer place! “A safe community is a great community. Gloucester Township Police Department is committed to serving our community to make it as safe as possible! While we are pleased with this crime reduction – we are not yet satisfied! We are committed to improve and find better ways to solve problems so that we can make Gloucester Township even safer for... Read more →


Good News: Camden Academy Charter HS Students Will Have New Opportunites

Camden City, N.J. – Students at Camden Academy Charter High School will have new opportunities to earn a four-year college degree under a new partnership with Camden County College and Stockton University. Camden Academy will host a signing ceremony with representatives of the three schools at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 30 at the high school, 250 Federal St. Camden Academy students currently participating in the College (NOW)! Program along with 60 students in grades 8-11, who are eligible, will be in attendance. Parking will be available at Camden Academy. Media are asked to RSVP to Audrey Jacobson at Camden... Read more →


Growing Up Gloucester Without Internet, Computers, Television or Cell Phones

UPDATED with new information below the original article William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The "Rough & Ready" guys are (bottom) from left, Jungle Murphy, Pete Coppola, Bob Grub, Beaver, Butch Shaffer (circle), Jake Burkardt, Bill "Wiby" Yeager, Frank "Reds" Grandizio, Jim Clements, Stanley Schellcroft. (photo provided) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--(April 26, 2021)--The other day we had a surprise visit from our long-time friend Howard Butch Shaffer. Butch has been living in South Carolina for some time but he was born and raised in Gloucester City. Invariably we got talking about our memories of Gloucester back in the day without the... Read more →


Winslow Township Elementary School 2021 U.S. Dept. of Education Green Ribbon School

WINSLOW TOWNSHIP NJ (APRIL 22, 2021)--The U.S. Department of Education announced today that Winslow Township Middle School is among the 2021 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools award honorees. Winslow Township Middle School, located in Winslow Township, Camden County, NJ, was nominated by the New Jersey Department of Education. The U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools award recognizes excellence in three areas: Pillar I: Reduce environmental impact and cost; Pillar II: Improve the health and wellness of students and staff; and Pillar III: Provide environmental and sustainability education, incorporating STEM, civic skills, and green career pathways. Winslow Township... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Gloucester City People Come Together to Plant Trees on Mercer Street

NJ Tree Foundation Plants 41 Trees on Mercer Street April 21, 2021 - On Saturday, April 17th, the New Jersey Tree Foundation planted 41 trees along Mercer Street, North Brown Street, and North Johnson Boulevard in Gloucester City. The streets have lost a number of mature trees in recent years, and much of the block was left barren. Now, Cherries, Lilacs, and Hornbeams will provide pops of color and shade all along the street. Trees are a great way to address a multitude of issues. Not only do they help to clean our air and water, but they can help... Read more →


Gloucester Township Municipal Hall Will Open to the Public April 26

Message from Mayor David Mayer: “Dear Residents! I know the past year has been difficult for all of us. Throughout the pandemic, municipal employees have been on-site conducting business with the public virtually. I’m happy to say, as of Monday, April 26th, 2021, the Municipal Hall, Department of Public Works, and the Recreation Center are open to the public. Please note Court will not be operating in person just yet but will still continue operations remotely. Please continue to follow all the recommended health precautions while inside, and do not hesitate to reach out to my office should you have... Read more →


NJIT in Newark, Among Organizations to Receive Funds from $11 Million Grant

NEW YORK (April 19, 2021) — Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the selection of six organizations to receive a total of $11 million in grants to provide training and technical assistance to communities across the country under the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program, including New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in Newark, N.J. Much of the technical assistance will be provided to communities in underserved and economically disadvantaged neighborhoods - places where environmental cleanup and new jobs are most needed. This assistance is available to all stakeholders and comes at no cost to communities. It... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Woman Donates 65K Lipsticks to Victims of Domestic Violence

This is the story of Find Your Fabulosity, a 501c3 foundation, founded by Sheryl Kurland, that has donated 65,000 lipsticks to 200 battered women’s shelters in 50 states. The lipsticks, says Kurland, “awakens something beautiful in these women that had been lost through unthinkable domestic abuse.” When Sheryl Kurland began traveling around the country doing interactive speaking engagements for college women on the topics of healthy relationships and sexuality she was stunned at the amount of sexual assault these young women confessed to. “Through interactive exercises and games, I would also ask these college-age women to list their relationship priorities... Read more →


American Rescue Plan Funding for CAMcare & South Jersey

PAULSBORO, NJ – This morning, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) joined CAMcare President and CEO Mark Roberts, CAMcare Vice President and Chief Dental Officer Tonya Cook, Paulsboro Mayor Gary Stevenson, Gloucester County Commissioner Jim Jefferson and Assemblyman John Burzichelli to announce the funding included in the American Rescue Plan (ARP) for CAMcare Health Corporation. Norcross also discussed additional relief from the ARP, including a vaccination plan and resources for community healthcare centers. CAMcare, a federally-qualified health center (FQHC) in with locations in Paulsboro, Camden City and Clementon, will receive a grant of $7,750,875 from the U.S. Department of Health and... Read more →


Pandemic Emergency Rental Assistance Program Phase II

TRENTON, NJ--The COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program Phase II (CVERAP Phase II) will provide rental arrears and temporary rental assistance to low- and moderate-income households that have had a substantial reduction in income, have qualified for unemployment benefits, incurred significant costs, or experienced a financial hardship due, directly, or indirectly, to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nan McKay & Associates has been authorized by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs to assist in the administration of CVERAP Phase II and to communicate with applicants and landlords. Click on the link below to apply: https://njdca.onlinepha.com/ Applicants may be eligible for up to... Read more →


New Jersey American Water to Purchase Egg Harbor City Water/Sewer System for $21.8M

Acquisition Will Add 3,000 New Customer Connections CAMDEN, N.J. (March 29, 2021) – New Jersey American Water announced today it has signed an agreement to acquire the water and wastewater assets of Egg Harbor City, N.J. for $21.8 million. The municipally owned water and wastewater systems serve approximately 1,500 customer connections each, or 3,000 combined, and are being sold through the state’s Water Infrastructure Protection Act process. New Jersey American Water anticipates completing the acquisition in the second half of 2021, following approval from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. “We... Read more →


Kimmel Cultural Campus Reopening in the Fall

SEASON KICKS OFF WITH A SPECTACULAR BROADWAY LINE-UPSHOWCASING 13 BLOCKBUSTER PRODUCTIONS WITH A COMBINED 42TONY AWARD® WINS BEGINNING WITH THE RETURN OF HAMILTON (Philadelphia, PA, March 30, 2021) – With positive news and reports from Broadway touring industry organizations, the Kimmel Cultural Campus is announcing the return of live Broadway programming to Philadelphia in the fall of 2021 after being closed for more than a year due to COVID-19. The Kimmel Cultural Campus kicks-off its season, presented in partnership with The Shubert Organization, with 13 magnificent shows that will finally bring audiences together again for the unparalleled live theater experience.... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: New Jersey sees better job numbers in February

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) (March 25, 2021)– Total nonfarm wage and salary employment in New Jersey increased by 10,700 in February, improving meager job growth numbers reported a month ago. The Garden State has regained 364,000 of the jobs lost in March and April 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. That represents about 51 percent of the lost jobs. The state’s unemployment rate for February was 7.8%, unchanged from January. The January rate was revised down by 0.1 percentage point. “New Jersey picked up 10,700 jobs in February (12,100 in the private sector),”... Read more →


PROPERTY TAXES

Gloucester City in the Top 30 with the Highest; Brooklawn in the Top 30 with the Lowest

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews The Top 30 Communities in New Jersey with the Highest Property Taxes Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files NJ Advance Media released an article recently regarding the 30 communities in the state of New Jersey with the highest property tax rate. Keep in mind that there are 565 towns/cities in the entire state. So to be listed in the top 30, in this case, is not something to brag about. Residents living in any of those 30 communities should call their mayor and city council/commissioners and demand they explain why they are paying more in taxes than... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Acenda Integrated Health Awarded Behavioral Health Care &

Human Services Accreditation from The Joint Commission (Glassboro, NJ) March 11, 2021 – Acenda has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Health Care and Human Services Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a health care organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care. Acenda underwent a rigorous, unannounced onsite review in October 2020. During the visit, a team of Joint Commission reviewers evaluated compliance with behavioral health care standards spanning several areas, including emergency management, environment of care, infection prevention and control,... Read more →


Stimulus Funds for Every NJ City; The Monster Buck; Heroin Abuse in NJ Cities; Burn Down D.C.

Courtesy of https://tpzoo.wordpress.com/Gloucestercitynews.net files William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews NJ's Share of the $1.9 Trillion Relief Package: How Much Each Town Gets...NJ105.com (Gloucestercitynews.net)(March 14, 2021)--The State of New Jersey received $10.9 billion in aid from the American Rescue Plan that was signed into law last week by President Joe Biden. Of that amount, $6.434 billion goes to the state government, $189 million to expand broadband internet, $1.823 billion for 21 counties, and $1.741 for 565 municipalities. Some of the cities that received the most include, Camden City ($63,284,330), Newark ($182,647,351), Jersey City ($ 145,818,453), Paterson ($63,716,304). According to NJ105.com... Read more →


Armed Robber Michael Hughes, 32, of Philadelphia Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

Gloucestercitynews.net files PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Michael Hughes, 32, of Philadelphia, PA, was sentenced to 30 years in prison, five years of supervised release and ordered to pay restitution to his victims by United States District Court Judge Cynthia M. Rufe, for two armed robberies in which two victims were shot in the leg in August 2016. In January 2020, a jury convicted Hughes of all charges against him: two counts of robbery which interferes with interstate commerce (known as Hobbs Act robbery), and two counts of using, carrying, bradishing, and discharging a... 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 →


Kimmel Cultural Campus Free Digital Educational Programming

Kimmel enhances “Creative Stages” learning with new virtual field trips focusing on jazz, music technology, musical theater, and creative expression (Philadelphia, PA, February 11, 2020) ––The Kimmel Cultural Campus announced the rollout of all new “virtual field trips” – expanding their already robust FREE digital education programming to reach thousands of more school children in Philadelphia. Despite being closed for nearly a year, the Cultural Campus has identified unique ways to continue to fill the needs of the community- transforming its education programs to the online space, partnering with local charities on food and blood drives, serving as a polling... Read more →


New Jersey Safe Streets Grants for Seven Municipal Projects

Murphy Administration announces $1.8 million in FY 2021 Safe Streets to Transit Program grants to improve rider safety Seven municipalities receive state funding for improvement projects (Trenton) – The Murphy Administration today announced $1.8 million in Fiscal Year 2021 Safe Streets to Transit Program (SSTT) grants for seven municipal projects in Atlantic, Essex, Mercer, Monmouth, and Passaic counties. “Considering the size of our state, and our population, we must strive to reduce congestion on our roadways,” Governor Phil Murphy said. “As part of the effort to encourage people to consider alternate forms of transportation, we must ensure getting to transit... Read more →


The New Voice Of The TurfMutt Foundation is Rescue Puppy Named Mulligan

(NAPSI)—A puppy named Mulligan has big paws to fill, but the mixed breed rescue dog is up to the challenge of becoming the new voice for the TurfMutt Foundation, says his new owner and guardian, Kris Kiser, President of the organization. Since 2009, Kiser’s rescue dog, Lucky, “pawed it forward” by leading the Foundation’s environmental education and stewardship program for students in grades K to 8. Sadly, Lucky passed away recently, but his superhero cape is being picked up by perky Mulligan, who was found by Kiser last month during Lucky’s Mutt Madness, a national pet adoption event organized by... Read more →


After 25 Years of Service Gloucester City Police Corporal Bill Lessig Retires

CORRECTED Gloucester City, NJ (January 28, 2021)--The Gloucester City Police announced today the retirement of Corporal William Lessig who served the residents of the City for the past 25 years. . We would like to congratulate Cpl. William Lessig on his retirement today.Cpl. Lessig retired with 25 years of service to the residents of Gloucester City.Throughout his career, he was a Patrolman, Corporal, and Accident Investigator. Cpl. Lessig had several letters of commendation and was named Officer of the Year.We wish him well on his future endeavors. image courtesy of https://frontlinerehab.com/ Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Bipartisan Group Introduce Legislation to Expand Apprenticeships

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) joined House Committee on Education and Labor Chairman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (VA-03) and a bipartisan group of colleagues in unveiling a proposed reauthorization of the National Apprenticeship Act that would create nearly one million new Registered Apprenticeship, youth apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship positions over the next five years. The National Apprenticeship Act of 2021 (H.R. 447) invests nearly $3.5 billion over five years to scale-up apprenticeship opportunities, streamline access to apprenticeships for workers and employers and expand apprenticeships into new in-demand industry sectors and occupations. According to the Department of Labor,... Read more →


Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation Helps North Easterners on the Frontlines

Recipients include first responders in all 142 communities in which OSJL operates North Kingstown, RI – January 12, 2021 - Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation has leveraged its global supply chain to provide hundreds of thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) to healthcare organizations and municipalities. In continuation of that effort, the Foundation is currently distributing more than $1.7 million worth of additional PPE to police and fire departments in the 142 communities where Ocean State Job Lot stores are located across the Northeast. The donations include pallets of PPE including face... Read more →


CNBNews December 2020 Cheers/Jeers

William E. Cleary Sr. and Friends | CNBNewsnet CHEER--Food pantries in Bellmawr and Barrington were beneficiaries of grants from the New Jersey District of Kiwanis during December. Grants of $150 each were presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Haddons to Bellmawr Mayor Charles Sauter and Barrington Municipal Clerk Terry Shannon. Each municipality will distribute the funds to smaller pantries serving their residents. Over the course of this calendar year, over $1000 has been raised and donated by the Kiwanis Club to area food pantries in Collingswood, Cherry Hill, Barrington, Bellmawr, and Camden. Also, financial support and gifts-in-kind have been... Read more →


$1.3 Million Gift for Rutgers’ Miller Center

Funds will support the center’s innovative national and international work on protecting vulnerable populations Rutgers’ Miller Center staff, Paul Miller and members of his family gather at the opening on October 18, 2019. New Brunswick, N.J. (December 23, 2020) — Rutgers’ Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience announced a $1.3 million gift that will support the center’s research and programming geared toward serving and securing vulnerable communities by improving relations with police. The gift will be made by Paul S. Miller, the center’s founding donor and a longtime supporter of Rutgers University; with this gift, Miller’s donations to Rutgers... Read more →


CNBNews TRAVEL: The Holidays in Philadelphia

The holidays are a magical time in Philadelphia. As the temperature dips and the year nears its end, the city is aglow with shimmering lights, festive decorations and seasonal cheer. Visitors and locals alike love watching dazzling light shows at spots like Franklin Square and Shady Brook Farm. Markets like Christmas Village in Philadelphia and the Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market make for great places to check names off of holiday shopping lists. And seasonal attractions like Winter at Dilworth Park offer wintry oases right in Center City. Of course, the holidays in Greater Philadelphia are different for 2020. Masks... Read more →


Sewell School Teacher Receives Donation from SONIC for learning supplies

Sewell teacher request garnered the most votes by SONIC fans, resulting in funds for classroom supplies through SONIC's Limeades for Learning Fall Voting Campaign (OKLAHOMA CITY) Dec. 18, 2020 – For the twelfth year in a row and during an especially urgent time of need, SONIC® Drive-In donated an all-time high of $1.3 million to fund public school teacher requests across the country as part of its annual Limeades for Learning Fall Voting Campaign. In partnership with nonprofit teacher crowdfunding platform, DonorsChoose and with the help of SONIC fans, a teacher from Sewell, New Jersey was among the community heroes... Read more →


Food Pantries Benefit from Kiwanis Club

Past New Jersey District Kiwanis Governor Jack Wilson (right) of Haddon Township presents Bellmawr Mayor Charles Sauter (left) a $150 grant for municipal hunger projects. Photo by Milton Smith. HADDONFIELD: Food pantries in Bellmawr and Barrington are beneficiaries of grants from the New Jersey District of Kiwanis. Grants of $150 each were recently presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Haddons to Bellmawr Mayor Charles Sauter and to Barrington Municipal Clerk Terry Shannon. Each municipality will distribute the funds to smaller pantries serving their residents. The New Jersey District of Kiwanis Foundation offered competitive grants to Kiwanis Clubs throughout the... Read more →


How to Make Money from Bitcoin Loophole Platform?

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Attorney's for Trump Announce Lawsuit Filing on Friday in Georgia

(CNBNews)(November 19, 2020)--Rudy Giuliani, a campaign attorney for President Donald Trump, announced at a press conference today that a Gloucestercitynews.net files lawsuit challenging election results will be filed in Georgia tomorrow, Friday. “We’re about to file a major lawsuit in Georgia,” Giuliani. The lawsuit will include voter fraud allegations, among other charges, according to The Epoch Times . Guiliana said, “In the city of Atlanta, Republicans were not allowed to watch the absentee mail-in ballot process. Inspections completely cast aside. And we have numerous double voters, we have numerous out-of-state voters, and we have specific evidence of intimidation and changes... Read more →


THE EPOCH TIMES, Truthful Journalism: What's Happening to America's News?

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More Delaware Beaches are Cleared of Oily Debris

Unified Command Conducts Final Shoreline Assessments (Gloucestercitynews.net)(Nov. 10, 2020)--Cleanup crews under the unified command have successfully cleared all Delaware Bay beaches and another stretch of Atlantic Ocean coastline of oily debris and tar balls. After the latest shoreline assessment late Tuesday, only Gordon’s Pond at Cape Henlopen State Park, North Shores Beach, Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach require final sign off. The unified command under the U.S. Coast Guard and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will continue to survey beaches and dispatch cleanup crews as necessary. As crews conduct final assessments, beachgoers should avoid any remaining... Read more →


New Jersey Sues Polluters for Contaminating Tap Water with PFAS “Forever Chemicals”

Some of Highest Detected Levels in the World WASHINGTON (November 10, 2020) – The State of New Jersey today sued the manufacturer Solvay Specialty Polymers USA and other companies for contaminating drinking water and the environment for decades with PFAS “forever chemicals.” New Jersey is one of the few states in the nation to have adopted limits in drinking water on certain PFAS chemicals, which remain unregulated by the federal government. The following is a reaction by Erik D. Olson, Senior Strategic Director for Health with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC): “Drinking water should be safe from toxic forever... Read more →


Ocean State Job Lot Offering ‘Military and Veteran Discount Week’

Region’s Premier Closeout Retailer Offers 25% Discount to Military Personnel, Veterans and their Immediate Family Members NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (November 4, 2020) – Ocean State Job Lot (OSJL), a privately-held, family-operated discount retail chain with 143 stores in New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania is proud to offer its annual Military and Veteran Discount Week at all Ocean State Job Lot stores November 5th through November 11th. To receive the 25% discount, customers must present proper picture identification indicating they are an active duty National Guard or reserve military service member, a military veteran, or an immediate family... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering Through the Streets of South Jersey (Brooklawn Chapter II)

CORRECTED William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews PEYTON (Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 28, 2020)--Daniel Boggs recently submitted a Letter to the Editor titled "Are The Communities of Gloucester City/Brooklawn Turning Into Slums?". Although we agree with Mr. Boggs about some neighborhoods in Gloucester City having a housing and trash problem the only thing we found walking through Brooklawn today were two derelict cars missing license plates and NJ inspection stickers. Derelict cars CNBNews photo We liked how the Borough placed a tarp with a woodsy scene on one side of the public works property. Every street we viewed was cleaned, the homes were... Read more →


NEWARK WORKING KITCHENS DELIVERS MORE THAN 500,000 MEALS TO RESIDENTS IN NEED

SUSTAINING HUNDREDS OF JOBS AND DELIVERING NEEDED FOOD TO NEWARKERS IN 60 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS In six months of operations, NWK has reopened dozens of local businesses and become a model of community investment, supported by investments from the City of Newark, private companies and philanthropists Newark, N.J. – October, 2020 – Newark Working Kitchens (NWK), a COVID-19 response that activates Newark’s restaurants to deliver nutritious meals to low-income seniors and families, today announced it has delivered more than 500,000 meals to more than 10,000 residents across 60 locations since launching in early April. All meals are prepared by NWK’s 24... Read more →