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UPDATE/SERVICE RESTORED/Comcast Outage in Gloucester City

UPDATE: service was restored in the 08030 area around 10:30 AM GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (June 29) --Comcast service in the Riverview Heights section of the city went out around 8:30 am. According to their website certain sections of the city have been having issues since 08:20 AM EST. Other communities in South Jersey are also affected by the outage. The map below is from Comcast. Are you having a problem. Leave a message in the Comcast comments section! Read more →


Hoopes Comes Home to NJ and Lands at Rutgers

Jayson Hoopes, St. Augustine Prep graduate now at Rutgers PISCATAWAY, N.J. (June 18, 2020)--– Rutgers baseball and head coach Steve Owens welcome right-handed pitcher Jayson Hoopes to the 2021 roster. A native of Northfield, New Jersey, Hoopes was drafted by the Chicago Cubs out of St. Augustine Prep in 2019 and spent the 2020 season at the University of Virginia. "We are excited that Jayson has decided to come home to New Jersey and further his baseball career at Rutgers," Owens said. "He is a... Read more →


Black Lives Matters Protest in Gloucester City

UPDATED/CORRECTED CORRECTION: Tajee Almon (TJ) IS A RESIDENT of Gloucester City and a graduate of Gloucester High. Our information that he was from Sicklerville came from one of his social media pages. TJ said Vanessa Lamb was the organizer of the event and that he was just a helper. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Gloucester City, NJ (June 5, 2020)--A "Black Lives Matters Protest" will be held in Gloucester City on Sunday starting at Proprietors Park and marching north down King Street to Monmouth... Read more →


 Summer at Mason Gross School of the Arts Returns, Register Today

Registration open NOW for Rutgers Community Arts Virtual Summer Programs New Brunswick, N.J. – Summer at Mason Gross School of the Arts returns with 15 reimagined programs in Art & Design, Dance, Music, and Theater, including Kids Create! arts immersion camp for children entering grades K-8. Programs span 1–2 weeks and are available beginning July 6 through the end of August. Participants ages 5–18 can explore, create, and perform under the guidance of Rutgers faculty from the comfort of home. As a response to COVID-19... Read more →


MOORESTOWN PD ALERT: Burlington County offering COVID-19 Test for Residents

by appointment for Burlington County residents whether or not you are experiencing symptoms. To help limit the spread of the virus, it is important that all persons with concern about COVID19 exposure be tested as soon as possible. Accordingly, the Burlington County COVID19 Mass Testing center will now make appointments for all Burlington County residents whether or not they are experiencing viral symptoms. The department will continue its policy of testing non-resident first responders and hospital employees working in Burlington County who present their employee... Read more →


An important message from Burlington County to all residents

Dr. Herb Conaway, Director of the Burlington County Health Department wants County residents to know that if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms: Cough Fever Shortness of Breath... you can get a test for COVID-19. County testing takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Emergency Services Training Center located behind the Burlington County Institute of Technology off Woodlane Rd. in Westampton. To make an appointment for testing call 609-726-7097. NO DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION IS REQUIRED AND TESTING IS FREE OF CHARGE. Please just call ahead and... Read more →


Township of Moorestown COVID-19 News

MORRESTOWN, NJ--The Township of Moorestown is continually monitoring events and appropriately responding as necessary. While there are no known cases of the virus in Moorestown, we remain vigilant and endeavor to be proactive. The following actions have been taken to do our part to try to minimize unnecessary public contact and interaction. Department of Parks and Recreation – all programs, athletic facilities, recreation centers and fields are closed until further notice. Moorestown Library – While the library remains open to the public, all programs have... Read more →


Annalise Jean Schultz, age 9, Of Moorestown

Moorestown - Annalise Jean Schultz, age 9, passed away peacefully, after a courageous 8-month battle with brain cancer, at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) on February 26, 2020. She was born on May 24, 2010 to Chad and Jennifer (Schock) Schultz and lived a vibrant life in Moorestown, NJ. She was adored by her younger brother, Sebastian. She was the beloved granddaughter of David Schultz, Catherine Schultz, John Schock, and Elaine Schock (Tom Plunkett). She will always be remembered by her loving aunts, uncles and... Read more →


Why Do You Need to Use Practice Tests to Explore Microsoft MS-200 Exam Topics?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(Dec. 8, 2019)--MS-200 is one of the Microsoft recently introduced certification exams. It is designed for the messaging administrators who configure, troubleshoot, deploy, and monitor mail protection, recipients, permissions, public folders, and mail flow in both on-premises and Cloud environments. These professionals are responsible for managing messaging infrastructure, disaster recovery, hybrid configuration, hygiene, client access, migration, and high availability. The certified administrators work in partnership with the Microsoft 365 enterprise and security administrators to performa topology that will fulfill the requirements of an organization for... Read more →


Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Receives an ‘A’ for Patient Safety

Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital received its third consecutive “A” on the Leapfrog Group’s Fall 2019 Hospital Safety Grade. This designation by the national nonprofit health care ratings organization recognizes the hospital’s efforts to protect patients from harm and meet the highest safety standards in the United States. The Safety Grade, ranging from A to F, rates hospitals across the country based on their performance in preventing medical errors, infections, and other harms among patients in their care. Of the more than 2,600 hospitals... Read more →


WANTED: Part-Time Teacher Aide for Alice Costello School

Part-Time Teacher Aide (NJ Substitute Teacher Cert, Para Professional Cert or NJ Teaching Cert Required) Must complete Criminal History Record Review as per N.J.S.A. 18:A:6-7.1 et seq., N.J.S.A 18A:39-19.1 &N.J.S.A. 18A:6-4.13 et seq. Compensation will be determined based on negotiated contract Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: Dr. Samuel Rosetti, Superintendent, Brooklawn Board of Education 301 Haakon Road, Brooklawn, NJ 08030 OR Email to: eboulden@alicecostello.com Deadline: Monday, August 19, 2019 August 13-19, 2019 Read more →


NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney's PathToProgress NJ.org

People across the state have been making the case for the Path to Progress reforms - have you seen it in the news lately? You can learn more about the Path to Progress here. Another reason for N.J. ‘Path to Progress’: School floor hazards Here’s a reminder that among the best provisions in state Senate President Stephen Sweeney’s "Path to Progress" reform program is one to abolish the state’s too-many K-6 and K-8 school districts and roll them into larger, K-12 regional districts. Sweeney, D-Gloucester,... Read more →


National Weather Alert: Severe Weather Warning for South Jersey Today and Monday

MOORESTOWN, NJ (Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 16, 2019)--The Moorestown Police Department released the following weather alert regarding the chance of severe Thunderstorms in South Jersey today and Monday in the afternoon and evening. There is a chance of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening and then again Monday afternoon through the overnight hours across the area. Here are the key messages regarding this potential: 1.The primary hazards on Sunday are expected to be damaging winds and hail to the size of quarters. Locally heavy rainfall and dangerous cloud-to-ground... Read more →


Teachers Union Demonstrates in Bellmawr; Schools Closing? How Much Do Teachers Make?

photo credit (CNBNewsnet) UPDATED/CORRECTED William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet Members of the New Jersey Teachers Union were demonstrating this past weekend at the Route 42 overpass on Creek Road, Bellmawr. Some of the signs they were carrying read: Hurting the Middle Class Hurts Everyone Say No to Swindler Sweeney We Love New Jersey Public Schools I'm Sticking with the Union Union Strong for our Students TRENTON, NJ (Gloucestercitynews.net) (June 13, 2019)--Lawmakers say they have a plan to fix New Jersey's fiscal crisis, restore the... Read more →


The Advantages of Learning A New Language At A Young Age

Learning a new language as a child at a young age is definitely advantageous. There are various reasons for this, including the fact that it is simply easier for children to accomplish. Additionally, a second language allows for increased potential to open up doors for them in adulthood. To find out what specific benefits your kids could stand to reap by becoming bilingual during their formative years, make sure to read on. It’s easier to absorb information at a young age In general terms, the... Read more →


68 Priests from SJ Parishes Included in List of Accused Clerics who Sexually Abused Minors

The Diocese of Camden Coat of Arms CAMDEN CITY, NJ (February 15, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Earlier this week the Diocese of Camden released the following names of clerics accused of sexually abusing minors: 1. Joseph Barber Born: February 8, 1933 Ordained: 1961 Status: Deceased Assignments Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Berlin St. Joseph’s High School, Camden Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill St. Mary, Cherry Hill St. Edward, Pine Hill 2. Claude J. Bender Born: August 6, 1932 Ordained: 1965 Status: Deceased Assignments St. Anthony, Camden St. Ann,... Read more →


Salt therapy comes to Moorestown with the arrival of The Salt Suite

New wellness option uses dry sodium chloride to heal a variety of ailments Moorestown, New Jersey –If you’re suffering from allergies, respiratory inflammations, have just gotten over a cold, or simply want to relax, a new resource for care and wellness, The Salt Suite, is perfect for you. Slated to open in winter, the Salt Suite will be located at 320 Young Ave, Moorestown, NJ. Franchise owner Matt Della Sala, a previous multi-unit franchisee with Snap-On Tools, invested in the salt therapy concept after a... Read more →


NEW YEAR'S EVE/NEW YEAR'S DAY CELEBRATION

photo provided PHILADELPHIA PA--A festive night like New Year’s Eve calls for a festive celebration — and Philadelphia hosts many of them to welcome the new year each year. The big show is the annual SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront, featuring two spectacular shows on the Delaware River at 6 p.m. and midnight. Elsewhere, many of the city’s restaurants plate fixed-price dinners, while Philly clubs offer late-night dancing for almost every music taste. The best way to do New Year’s Eve in... Read more →


Merry Christmas To All from ClearysNoteBook

CNBNews graphics file Wishing your Christmas be filled with peace and love. Thank you for your support and loyalty over the past year... Bill and Connie Cleary Sr. Read more →


The Force Report Looks at PD's in Gloucester City, Brooklawn,Bellmawr,Mt. Ephraim, Woodbury, Etc

The NJ Advance Media Study on Police Force by CNBNews Staff NJ Advance Media has released the results of a 16-month investigation into the use of police force by police departments across the state of New Jersey. The study, prepared for NJ.com, revealed little oversight by state officials and no standard practices among local departments the report stated. To obtain the information for the research the news organization filed 506 public records requests (OPRA's) and collected 72,607 use-of-force reports. They covered every municipal police department... Read more →


Over 2 Million Pounds:

Ruiz Food Products, Recalls Beef and Poultry Products

CNBNewsnet graphics file Due to Possible Salmonella and Listeria Monocytogenes Contamination in Onion Ingredient WASHINGTON, Oct. 19, 2018 (CNBNewsnet) – Ruiz Food Products, Inc., a Denison, Texas, establishment, is recalling approximately 2,490,593 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry taquitos that may be adulterated with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The ready-to-eat meat and poultry taquitos were produced from July 1 through Oct. 10, 2018. The following products are subject to recall: [View Labels... Read more →


SJ Young Democrats honors 18 Candidates at their Seventh Annual Endorsement Party

CHERRY HILL, NJ – Last night the South Jersey Young Democrats hosted their Sixth Annual Endorsement Party, honoring 18 candidates throughout South Jersey 40 and under. These candidates ranged from Township Committee candidates to Congressional candidates. With over 55 Young Democrats in attendance this event, records were set not only for attendance, but for dollars donated as well. Nearly $5,000 was donated to the endorsed candidates. "The success of the Democratic Party in South Jersey and throughout the United States depends on having committed and... Read more →


Moorestown Police Alert: Beware of Mailbox Fishing

Moorestown Police are investigating several cases of mail stolen from the blue United States Postal Service curbside collection mailboxes, including those located on Chester Ave. between Main Street and Second Street. The thieves are targeting the mailboxes--"Mailbox Fishing" for mailed checks which are stolen, then altered, and fraudulently cashed. These mail collection box thefts are a widespread issue not confined to the Moorestown area. The Moorestown Police issued the following alert, "We suggest that if you have mailed checks or will mail checks that you... Read more →


Vaping Is Really Popular in South Jersey. Here’s Why.

SOUTH JERSEY (CNBNewsnet)(August 31, 2018)--A few years ago, many believed that vaping would become a one-time trend that would go away as quickly as it came in-style. Fast forward a few years, and vaping is an even bigger hobby and pastime activity than ever before. The industry behind vaping is growing too, and that growth is apparent when you see the wealth of vaping gadgets you can now choose from. Vaping is particularly popular in South Jersey. Recent studies suggest that more people are taking... Read more →


Silver Diner Celebrates Labor Day with Breakfast Car Show

photo provided CHERRY HILL, NJ (August 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)– Mark the unofficial end of summer in style at Silver Diner’s Labor Day Breakfast Car Show located at 2131 Route 38 in Cherry Hill, on Monday, September 3 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The show is open to all cars, trucks and corvettes of any year. Registration is from 8 to 10 a.m. and the first 200 cars to register will receive a free T-shirt. The show is free for attendees and DJ Frank Staff will... Read more →


Woolwich Township's Jaime Gialloreto, Crowned Miss New Jersey 2018

OCEAN CITY, NJ (June 19, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Miss South Shore Jaime Gialloreto, (above), age 19, of Woolwich Township, was crowned Miss New Jersey 2018 on Saturday, June 16, the final night of the competition held at the Ocean City Music Pier. She will represent the state of New Jersey during the Miss America pageant in September in Atlantic City. The Miss New Jersey competition is an annual pageant held to select the representative for the state of New Jersey in the Miss America pageant. Two Miss New... Read more →


Former Air Force Police Officer Found Guilty of Manslaughter that Killed Two in Bordentown

Shade Cooper MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (June 15, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)– Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a former U.S. Air Force military police officer was found guilty today of causing an automobile accident in Bordentown Township in late 2015 that killed two people, including her estranged husband. Shade Cooper, 28, of East Granby, Connecticut, was convicted by a jury in Superior Court of two counts of Reckless Manslaughter (Second Degree). The Hon. Philip E. Haines scheduled sentencing for August 3. The investigation revealed that Nicholas Cooper... Read more →


Hamilton Becomes ‘Field of Dreams’ for State High School Baseball This Weekend

RELATED: Gloucester Catholic v DePaul Play Saturday for State Title at Veteran's Park, Hamilton CAPTION: From left to right, Hamilton Director of Economic Development Martin Flynn, Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede, NJSIAA Assistant Director Tony Maselli and Hamilton Director of Recreation Jeffrey Plunkett stand in front of the DeMeo Field scoreboard in Veterans Park, as Hamilton Township undergoes its final preparations as the host of this year’s state high school baseball tournament, which takes place this weekend. ‘If you build it, they will come’…and this weekend... Read more →


Moorestown Police Investigating Riverton Road Residential Burglary

CNBNews graphics file MOORESTOWN NJ (June 6, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Moorestown Police are investigating a residential burglary/theft that occurred on June 5 between 2:30-4:30pm in the 700 block of Riverton Rd. Entry was gained by breaking the window in a garage door. Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact Moorestown PD Detectives at 856-914-3092 or detectives@moorestownpd.com . If you see suspicious activity--don't hesitate to call police at 856-234-8300. For crimes in progress call 911. Please visit our website www.moorestownpd.com for crime prevention information or to... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Awards 117 Diplomas to Class of 2018 Graduates!  

press release BLACKWOOD, NJ -- Gloucester Catholic High School awarded 117 diplomas to members of the Class of 2018 during the 89th Annual Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Exercises on Thursday, May 31, at Our Lady of Hope, The Church of St. Agnes, in Blackwood, NJ. Patrick Glennan, who will attend the University of Pennsylvania, led the processional as Class Valedictorian. Laura Blaston, who will continue her collegiate education at Villanova University, was the Salutatorian. Most Reverend Dennis J. Sullivan, Bishop of the Diocese of Camden,... Read more →


THE BEST FOOD TRUCK UPCOMING EVENTS

CNBNews Staff (CNBNewsnet)(May 23, 2018)--Food trucks are literally everywhere, but to find and probably following around a great food truck that offers you the best and most mouth-watering food options can be a bit tricky. A new truck on the scene is Donkey’s Place, a highly anticipated truck heading to South Jersey streets this weekend, staring in Pitman – get there for some amazing food! Food Truck events are now a thing, and a big “thing” at that, and you can get everything from American... Read more →


New parking meters being installed in Moorestown's Main Street business district

The meters accept coin or Visa/MasterCard. Installation of the new smart meters in the Main St. business district as well as Chester Ave., E. Second St., and Church St. is in progress by the vendor, Civicsmart. The meters will accept coin- nickel (3 minutes), dime (6 minutes), or quarter (15 minutes) or you may use a Visa or Mastercard with a minimum charge of $1.00 for an hour. Operational instructions are posted on the meters. Metered parking is in effect Monday through Saturday 7am-6pm $1.00... Read more →


Past Manager of Mooristown Assisted Living Facility Indicted for Stealing from Elderly Person

NEWARK, N.J. – The business manager of a Morristown, New Jersey, assisted living facility has been charged with exploiting her position to steal approximately $237,000 from an elderly victim under her care, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Marcella Drakeford, 45, of Jensen Beach, Florida, is charged with six counts of mail fraud. Drakeford was arrested today and appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Shaniek M. Maynard in federal court in Fort Pierce, Florida. She was indicted March 16, 2018, by a federal grand jury sitting... Read more →


Justin Brimm of Moorestown Named to Oglethorpe University's Fall 2017 Dean's List

Glitters123.com ATLANTA, GA (03/19/2018)-- Oglethorpe University congratulates Justin Brimm, of Moorestown, for earning recognition on the Fall 2017 Dean's List for academic performance. Brimm was among 354 Oglethorpe students named to the 2017 Dean's List for achieving at least a 3.50 term grade-point average, while earning 12 or more semester hours. Founded in 1835, Oglethorpe University is Atlanta's only co-educational small private college, home to 1250 eclectic and engaged students from 33 states and 38 countries. Read more →


Senate Approves Bill to Provide South Jersey with Stronger Voice in Turnpike Authority Decisions

Would Require Three Meetings Each Year Be Held in South Jersey TRENTON - Legislation sponsored by Senator Jeff Van Drew aimed at providing South Jersey with a stronger voice in decisions made by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which operates the Garden State Parkway - a main artery in the southern part of the state - was approved today by the Senate. 'The Garden State Parkway is a major roadway in South Jersey, but unfortunately meetings are held clear across the state. This limits our... Read more →