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Great Photos Taken in Gloucester City & Beyond

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Cold Springs grammar school students spell out EAGLES who are playing in the Super Bowl LII this Sunday against the New England Patriots (photo credit Vicki Rose Bowe) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 30, 2018)-A red-tailed hawk enjoying a meal on King Street near Essex Street. The National Audubon Society says the red-tailed is the most widespread and familiar large hawk in North America, bulky and broad-winged, designed for effortless soaring. An inhabitant of open country, it is commonly seen perched on roadside... Read more →


Photos: Frozen Niagara Falls Is Stunning

Freezing temperatures have turned Niagara Falls into an ice-covered, frost-bitten spectacle. ... media as the waterfalls' border towns in New York and Canada report that the icy temperatures are not keeping visitors away. The temperature of Niagara Falls was 8 degrees Fahrenheit at around noon on New ... Read more →


Spectacular Army v Navy Game Played in Snowy Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 9, 2017) U.S. Naval Academy quarterback Malcolm Perry (#10) pulls away from Army's Elijah Riley (#23) for a touchdown during the 2017 Army-Navy college football game in Philadelphia. This was the 118th meeting between the Midshipmen and the U.S. Military Academy Black Knights. The final score Army 14 Navy 13. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Brenton Poyser/Released) Related: Philadelphia/Pennslyvania GREAT PHOTOS Related articles Ex-Eagles coach: Carson Wentz is 'holy grail' quarterback prospect CBS Sports Announces 2017-18 College Basketball Coverage Schedule No... Read more →


DRBC Announces Delaware Basin Fall Photo Contest Winner

WEST TRENTON, N.J. (Nov. 27) – The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) today announced that Andy Smith’s Rapids on the Mongaup in the Fall entry was chosen as the winner of the commission’s Fall 2017 Photo Contest. Seventy photographs were submitted by 21 individuals for the contest. “DRBC’s inaugural photo contest was a great success, and we thank everyone who entered,” said DRBC Executive Director Steve Tambini. “Andy’s photograph captured the unique perspective of lively rapids flowing down New York’s Mongaup River, a Delaware River... Read more →


PHOTOS: Runnemede 4th of July Parade

RUNNEMEDE, NJ (July 6, 2017)--A Runnemede resident sent CNBNews photos of their 4th of July parade held Tuesday. Some of the participants were from Gloucester City. If you have any photos of your town's parade that you would like to share send to CNBNews@gmail.com Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Class of 1963 Enjoy Lunch at the Tavern on the Edge, Gloucester City NJ

photos and captions Gus Danks (click image to enlarge) RELATED: Rams Alumni Lions Alumni Gloucester Catholic Gloucester City SPORTS SOUTH JERSEY GLOUCESTER CITY HISTORY Read more →


Memories of Wildwood's Hunt's Pier in the 1970's

WILDWOOD-Today, Hunt's pier in Wildwood is unused, but not so long ago, it was one of the Jersey Shore's top attractions. Built in the early 1900's as Ocean Pier, it was the first pier built on the Wildwood boardwalk. On Christmas in 1943, the original pier burned down and wasn't rebuilt until 1957 when owner William… Read more →


CNB Travel News: Jim Thorpe & Split Rock make for a great Poconos getaway

Lake Harmony, PA, is one of the Poconos prettiest lakes. (Photo by Nicole Pensiero) by Nicole Pensiero | CNBNewsnet Last fall, during a stay at the beautiful Split Rock Resort in the Pocono Mountains with a group of college friends, we decided to take a side trip to the charming, historic town of Jim Thorpe, Pa., 30-minutes away. Little did we know, we had stumbled into the first of an annual three-weekend long Fall Festival event in Jim Thorpe (this coming weekend, October 15 &... Read more →


News in Pictures: Images of the Medical Response to the Flooding in Louisiana

Louisiana flood survivor hugs NDMS responder-A survivor of the recent Louisiana flooding hugs Pamela Quick, an NDMS professional, while his wife, receives medical attention from Commander Pascale Lecuire, a physician assistant from the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps stationed at FCC Butler, North Carolina. AUGUST 25, 2016--In the wake of the historic floods that have spread throughout Louisiana, ASPR has responded by sending medical professionals from the National Disaster Medical System to provide medical support. The Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response also traveled... Read more →


A Beautiful Spring Day in Gloucester City Captured in Photos by Heidi Weaver

photos by Heidi Weaver William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY N.J. --Heidi Weaver, an aspiring photographer, took some photos recently from Proprietor's Park of Gloucester City's waterfront and the Delaware River. The 43-year-old Gloucester City resident plans on doing a series of photos of Gloucester City. The photos look great especially when you consider that Heidi shot them with her Walmart T-Mobile cell phone. After seeing her artistic work we asked if she had any photography experience. "I was a photography minor in... Read more →


The Rams fall to Neumann Goretti 6-5 in spite of Evan Giordano's performance | CNBNewsnet

Rams Eric Grafton (CNB photo by Bruce Darrow) (CNBNEWSnet)BROOKLAWN N.J. April 15, 2016--Evan Giordano did all he could to give the Rams a Rams ss Alex Persichetti (CNB photo by Bruce Darrow) boost, but it wasn't enough to get pastNeumann Goretti, as the Rams lost 6-5 in seven innings at Joe Barth Field on Friday. Giordano got on base three times in the game for the Rams. He scored one run and had one RBI. He doubled in the sixth inning. Neumann-Goretti couldn't get anything... Read more →


HS BOYS BASKETBALL: GLOUCESTER CITY HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCES TO SEMI-FINALS

photo credit Bruce Darrow (Above) Gloucester High's Shi'mire Colon, (right below) Jaleel Hatcher and bottom Roy Bond Bruce Darrow | CNB Sports GLASSBORO NJ MARCH 2, 2016--The Gloucester Lions boys advanced to the SJ Group I Semi- Finals on Wednesday on the road beating the higher seed Glassboro Bulldogs 57-44. The Lion's entered the 3rd quarter down 24 - 22 but the Lion's outscored the Bulldogs 23 - 7 in the quarter and the Lion's held a 45 - 31 advantage at the start of... Read more →


Spencer Haywood Has His Jersey Retired

Raymond Rolak | Special for CNB Spencer Haywood (Photo by Jim Busch) DETROIT MICHIGAN (CNBNewsnet)-- The University of Detroit-Mercy honored one of its greats recently as they raised #44, Spencer Haywood’s jersey to the rafters and retired his number. They held a brief ceremony before the Titans home game against Northern Kentucky (Horizon League). Haywood was the sixth men's basketball player to have his jersey retired following Bob Calihan, Dave DeBusschere, John Long, Rashad Phillips and Terry Tyler. It was a festive night in Calihan... Read more →


Philadelphia Auto Show Album | CNBNewsnet

UPDATED photo credit Amanda Stevenson Lupke PHILADELPHIA PA (January 29, 2016)(CNBNewsnet)--The album includes some random shots of some of the many vehicles on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show held at the Convention Center. The 2016 Philadelphia Auto Show, produced and owned by the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia, rolls into the Pennsylvania Convention Center Jan. 30 to Feb. 7. This year's event will feature 700 vehicles from more than 40 worldwide manufacturers. Highlights include an array of concept, classic, luxury, pre-production and exotic... Read more →


Gloucester City NJ History: Former Police Chief Pictured with the Wife of Hermann Goering

Related Category: Gloucester City History Bill, I received this photo from Ray Kaess. He is a member of the Winklespecht family. It shows former Gloucester City Police Chief, who was chief in the 50's, as a Army Lieutenant during World WarII with Frau Goering, the wife of Hermann Goering, the Number Two Nazi. She was requesting Lt. Winklespect's help in moving to another part of Germany to shield her young daughter from hearing bad things about the child's father. Feel free to use the photo.... Read more →


Philly Naked Bike Ride takes over streets of Philadelphia (PHOTOS)

PHILADELPHIA -- Hundreds of naked bikers stormed the streets of Philadelphia for the annual Philly Naked Bike Ride on Saturday. For the seventh straight summer, hundreds of bicyclists joined together -- creatively painted or stripped down to their birthday suits -- to promote fuel-conscious consumption, positive body image and cycling advocacy. Before baring all for the… Read more →


Chincoteague Island, a Coast Guard community

Press release 08/22/2015 10:33 AM EDT Chincoteague Island, a Coast Guard community by Petty Officer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn An oysterman in a weather-beaten skiff prepares to tend his beds as a blood-orange sun peeks over the Atlantic horizon. A herd of wild ponies drink in a freshwater wetland where buffleheads and mallards hunt for breakfast among reeds on the glistening, glass surface. Laughing gulls fight over a jackknife clam, their cries muffled by the sound of crashing surf pummeling the sand. The Eastern Shore... Read more →


Coast Guard recreates the U.S. Postal Service Forever stamp | CNBNEWS.NET

ATLANTIC OCEAN — The U.S. Postal Service commemorated the Coast Guard’s 225 years of service to the nation by creating a Forever Stamp to honor its role in protecting the security of the nation and advancing vital U.S. maritime interests. The stamp shows two icons of the Coast Guard: the cutter Eagle, a three-masted sailing ship known as “America’s Tall Ship,” and an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter, one of the Coast Guard’s rescue aircraft. Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City coordinated the photo opportunity with the... Read more →


'Born to Run,' Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band (WATCH VIDEO)

CNBNEWSNET The cover image of Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" album. I was 13 years old when Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run album was released, on Aug. 25, 1975. I had not heard any Bruce Springsteen songs previously. I was living in Bergen County, and was totally unaware of the Asbury Park music scene – and, really,… Read more →


Brooklawn's 1st Annual Fundraiser for Matthew Kuhn (Sunday, July 19, 2015) CNBNewsnet

UPDATED: BROOKLAWN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION WON THE TOURNAMENT Team Brooklawn Education Association Team Over the Hill Gang John Azzari Team Brooklawn AA Jeff Boney Team Brooklawn AA photo credit Bruce Darrow Related articles Brooklawn edges Bordentown in District tourney Rain leads to shared McCALL title Brooklawn Police Department is seeking Class II, Special Law Enforcement Officers CNB ARCHIVES:President Obama National Address to the Students Causing Controversy Mr. Edward "Ed" J. Simila, of Brooklawn, Avid Hunter and Fisherman | CNBNewsnet Read more →


Chinese police dogs form a perfect line while waiting for their food | Daily Mail Online

It's a picture sure to melt even the coldest of hearts, and certain to earn the pooches an extra spoonful or two for their efforts. The photograph taken at a police dog academy shows six dogs queuing up to get their dinner, while holding onto their plates with their teeth. A black Labrador heads up the line of five German shepherds as they sit patiently with their ears pricked, waiting for their turn to go up to the trainer and receive their food. Scroll down... Read more →


Bellmawr Library Stages Successful Community Playdate for Ages 1 – 3 | CNBNews.net

VOORHEES, NJ – April 30, 2015 -- The Anthony P. Infanti Bellmawr Branch Library stages a very successful Community Play Date, Saturday, April 18, 2015. Children and parents visit a number of play stations offering an assortment of everyday materials that encourage the children to use their senses in feeling around, building things up and knocking them down. It’s apparent a pile of shredded paper is a big attraction for the youngsters. (Camden County Library Photos/Lisa Brandenburg) Related articles Camden County Library System Hosts Tall... Read more →


CNB Archives: Gloucester City is Sinking!

CNB Archives published Friday, July 31, 2009 PHOTO by Caleigh Pittman GLOUCESTER CITY NJ July 31, 2009 (CNBNews.net) PHOTO of flooding at Broadway & Market St at 5:04pm today. The heavy rains that came through the area left some parts of the City underwater. Some communities in South Jersey got three inches of rain in 24 minutes according to the weather station. related link Great Photos Related articles The fish are biting at last in South Jersey | Jim Bolton's Outdoors Report Bill J. Buscher... Read more →


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CNBNEWS DEVELOPING STORY: CAR CRASHES INTO GLOUCESTER LIQUORS

UPDATE: The Gloucester City Police Department released the following information about the accident at Gloucester Liquor: On March 4, 2015 at 7:54 pm officers responded to Gloucester Liquors on S. Broadway for a hit and run motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival, it was determined a vehicle had driven over the parking block at the front of the store and struck a brick support column on the front of the building. The column was destroyed and the vehicle fled from the scene traveling west on Ridgeway... Read more →


GROWING UP GLOUCESTER : SCOUT TROOP 66 SAINT MARY'S R.C./ CNBNews

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Spiritual Director-Rev. Joseph F. McGarvey, Scoutmaster Charles Grieco Sr. Bottom row: C. Cogan, T. Wilson, J. Davidson, Wm. Lee, D. Cleary, Wm. Crowthers, J. O’Donnell, Second row: P. Hinchliffe, R. Cann, L. Reader, A. Long, T. Reed, M. Shaw, D. Robertson, John Durkin, J. Miller Third row: R. Purbeck, Wm. Fredhoff, V. Dailey, J. Barnett, F. Costello, C. Klaus, James Durkin, G. Fitzpatrick, G. Thomas, G. O’Lear. Top row: B. Emery, C. Barber, R. Lee, Wm. Reinhart, C. Reilly, S. Skokowski, Fr. Haas,... Read more →


LOOK UP IN THE SKY! ...(CNBNews.net)

by CNBNews Staff A COLD WINDY DAY--(December 12, 2014) How would you like working several 100 feet in the air like these two men in the crane bucket were doing on Friday at the Brooklawn circle? The men were connecting wires to transmission poles that are being erected from the PSE&G's Gloucester City station to the Atlantic City Electric’s Mickleton Substation in Mantua, a total of 12-miles. The poles were also being installed along the RR tracks in Westville. photo credit cnbnews.net BROOKLAWN NJ (December... Read more →


Photos: The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Thousands of families and friends gathered alongside New York City's 6th Avenue for the 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 27th. Famous figures floated above the city, Cirque du Soleil performers dazzled, and over 8,000 acts entertained the crowds during the parade, which stretched from Manhattan's Upper West Side to Herald Square. Check… Read more →


St. Anthony of Padua Elementary School ADOPTS the Camden County Police Dept. | cnbnews.net

CAMDEN CITY NJ--St. Anthony of Padua Elementary School, 2818 River Rd, Camden, welcomed members of the Camden County Police Department to their school on September 18 as part of the Adopt-A-Cop program. Pictured with the children (left to right) are: Sgt. Bob Chew, and Officers Luis Gonzalez and Tyler Hagan. Chew and Hagan are former residents of Gloucester City. The goal of Adopt-A-Cop is to assign law enforcement officers to a family, group, or individual who will pray daily for them and send a note... Read more →


Steve Skipton Succumbs, Past Bellmawr Park Volunteer Fire Chief, EMT Instructor, Camden/Newark EMT, CNBNews Photographer

Steve Skipton May 24, 1973-August 23, 2014 Stephen Edward Skipton, Sr., 41, of Goose Creek South Carolina, formerly of Gloucester City, loss his battle with cancer and passed away peacefully with family by his side on August 23, 2014. Steve was born May 24, 1973 in Camden, NJ, the son of Bertha Skipton (nee Shearer) and the late George Skipton. Steve was involved and dedicated to the fire service for 25 years. He started his life in the fire service as a teenager as a... Read more →


MEMORIES--St. Mary Grammar School Class of '59

MEMORIES FROM THE PAST (Gloucester City NJ)--Saint Mary's Grammar School Class of 1959 (bottom row left to right) Pat McGlingey, Mary Sue Obrien, unknown, Sue Smith, Jim Saxemyer, uknown, Father Peter Budniak, pastor of St. Mary Parish, Father Joe McGarvey, associate pastor, Janice Florich, Robert Volz, Flo Simila, Bob Wynne, Madeline Herbert, Walter Bechta. Second row (left to right)Lorraine Schafer, Joe Tedesco, Claire DeCarlo, Frank Burkhardt, Connie Kellis, Michael Flynn, Richard Sherrer, unknown, Jim Pierce, Pat Nolan, Bob Willet, Kathy Hye. Third row (left to... Read more →


OLD WATER TOWER DEMOLISHED

PHOTO BY GARY MARCUCCI GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-- Employees of Iseler Demolition can be seen high on top of the old Hinde and Dauch water tower, 600 Jersey Avenue on Wednesday, August 6. Iseler Demolition specializes in the removal of old water towers and they expected to complete their scope of work in one day. The water tower is approximately 110’ tall extending 90’ above the roof of the building. The tower is connected to the former Hinde & Dauch Paper Mill factory. The building was... Read more →


HAWAIIAN FILM GETS TOP HONOR AT 2014 TRINITY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Serena Dykman of New York shows off her award for the best short film, THE DOORMAN at the Trinity International Film Festival held in Detroit. Over 40 films were curated and the Hawaiian comedy GET A JOB got the award for the best full featured film. Photo by Glenn Kujansuu By Jacek Adamski CNBNEWS EXCLUSIVE DETROIT-- GET A JOB the comedy made in Hawaii and directed by Maui’s Brian Kohne took top honors for a full feature film while THE DOORMAN filmed in New York... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: The Champions! Brooklawn ACES Winner of the CCEL Trophy

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES POSTED February 27, 2008 BROOKLAWN NJ February 27, 2008--Congratulations to the Brooklawn ACES girls' basketball team, coached by Chuck Thomson, for winning the Camden County Elementary League championship. They were the winners of the Colonial division with a 12-2 record and went on to beat 3 opponents from both the Colonial and Suburban divisions to win the championship. Pictured are players Makenzi Cooper, Sydney Thomson, Brianna Murphy, Rachael Cowgill, Kathi Velez, Kate Boulden, Melissa Mackey, Meghan Ryan, Amanda Boulden, Taylor Farrow, and Taylor... Read more →


CLASSIC BUBBA | Weasel Zippers

Bill Clinton Photographed Posing With Two Hookers… Classic Bubba. Via Daily Mail: Bill Clinton’s controversial couplings has reached a new level after he was pictured spending time with prostitutes at a recent charity event. The former President was in Los Angeles on Thursday and photographed with two female attendees who work as legal prostitutes in Nevada. Identified as Ava Adora and Barbie Girl by TMZ, both of the women are known to work at the Bunny Ranch brothel near Carson City. Clinton, who infamously faced... Read more →


Local Men Involved with NFL Super Bowl XLVIII

Former Gloucester City resident John Pierman is one of hundreds of people preparing the MetLife Stadium for this Sunday's NFL Super Bowl XLVIII game. By CNBNews EAST RUTHERFORD NJ--This week John Pierman has one of the best jobs in the world. He is working with hundreds of other people at the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford NJ, getting the site ready for the 48th Annual Super Bowl on Sunday. Pierman, a former resident of Gloucester City who now lives in Deptford, works for *Tri State Staging... Read more →