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FIFTH ANNUAL ST. PATRICK’S PARADE PLANS ARE IN THE WORKS ; Sunday, March 3 at 1 PM

Monsignor Bill Hodge performing the Mummers Strut in front of St. Mary's Church, 426 Monmouth Street. (2018 photo by Gus Danks) GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 17, 2020)--Monsignor William Hodge, Pastor of St. Mary Parish in Gloucester City, Charlie Kain, President of the New Jersey Irish Society, and Mayor Dan Spencer has announced plans are underway for the Fifth Annual St. Mary Parish St. Patrick’s Parade. The parade will be held on SUNDAY, MARCH 1st, 2020 at 1:00 PM sharp. THERE IS NO RAIN/SNOW DATE. Registration... Read more →


Feel like you’re stuck in a rut in life?

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 16, 2020)--Feel like you just don’t have what you need to live the life God has called you too? This years annual prayer & praise night theme is from 1st Peter 1:3, "WE HAVE ALL WE NEED" and will feature short testimonies of physical healing, healing from grief, recovery from financial ruin and homelessness, and freedom from anxiety and addiction. Epiphany Church and Highland Park Church invite you to join us for our second annual night of prayer and praise 5... Read more →


Michelle Yampolsky and Matthew Gomez Married

Michelle Ness Yampolsky and Matthew Alfred Gomez were married Dec. 31 in New York. Cantor Laura Stein officiated at One Hanover Square, an events space. The couple met at Rutgers, from which both graduated. Ms. Yampolsky-Gomez, 29, is the senior marketing manager at Essence, a digital media agency in New York. She is the daughter of Yana Fridman Yampolsky and Henry Yampolsky of Livingston, N.J. The bride’s father works in New York as a senior customer solutions manager in the financial services division of Amazon... Read more →


A BLESSED CHRISTMAS TO ALL!

"Among the many gifts that we buy and receive, let us not forget the true gift: To give each other something of ourselves, to give each other something of our time, to open our time to God. In this way Anxiety disappears, Joy is born, and the Feast is created. " ~ Pope Benedict XVI Thank you for your support and loyalty over the past year..... from all of us at CNBNews BEST WISHES Bill & Connie Cleary ... Gloucestercitynews.net since 2006 Read more →


Rocco V. D'Aversa, 95, of Mt. Ephraim, NJ

Rocco V. D'Aversa, 95, of Mt. Ephraim, NJ passed away December 13, 2019 with his children by his side at Elmwood Hills Healthcare Center in Blackwood, NJ after fighting a courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease. Husband of the late Marie D'Aversa (nee Scarduzio). Beloved father of Leon D'Aversa of Mt. Ephraim and Darlene (Carl Jr.) Capasso of West Deptford. Beloved grandfather to Joseph (Lauren) Capasso Cape Coral, Fl. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Rocco was an Army veteran and retired from Campbell Soup... Read more →


Virginia G. “Ginny” Giacobbe) of Mt. Ephraim

Virginia G. “Ginny” Giacobbe (nee Vernamonti), on December 9, 2019, of Mt. Ephraim. Age 86. Beloved wife of 66 years of Dominic Giacobbe. Devoted mother of Charles (Linda), Christopher (Pamela), Thomas (Margaret), James (Lisa), Dominic (Jackie) and Elaine Colton (Paul). Loving grandmother of 15 and great grandmother of four. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Giacobbe was a member of the PTA in the Mt. Ephraim schools. She was also a volunteer for Mt. Ephraim midget football and little league. There will be... Read more →


Holiday Events in Camden County

Holiday Turkey Giveaway November 25th – 27th Camden City Various locations throughout Camden City 11/29/19 Tree Lighting and Fire Truck Parade Friday, November 29th, 6:00 PM Barrington Borough Hall, 229 Trenton Ave, Barrington Barrington Holiday Festivities begin 6 PM at the Borough Hall 229 Trenton Ave Decorate an ornament, Meet Elsa & Kristoff, Enjoy Holiday Performances by Next Stage Dancers , Visit with Santa Tree lighting at 6:30pm (same location); Fire Truck parade begins at 7PM along Clements Bridge Road NEW THIS YEAR: A Sensory... Read more →


70 Plus Attend "Ray Ford Old Timers" Event in October

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 18, 2019)--The 70-some former athletes from Gloucester City High School and Gloucester Catholic High School had a great time October 18 at the newly reorganized second annual Ray Ford-Leon Harris, Sr. Sports Night, which was also the 47th anniversary of the original “Ray Ford Oldtimers.” Ray Ford (above) formed the group in 1972. When it first started the turnout would number close to 200 people. But, today, many of those individuals have passed on including Ford. With a number of first-time... Read more →


GTPD Citizens Police Academy Begins January 2020- Sign Up Today!

The Gloucester Township Police Department in a continuing effort to foster an even better police community partnership would like to invite any Gloucester Township resident 16 years of age or older to attend the Citizens Police Academy. The Gloucester Township Police Department Citizens Police Academy is a free 10-week course that begins January 23, 2020. The classes will be on Thursday evenings from 6:30 PM to approximately 8:30 PM. The course will include an overview of the police department and the administration, police communications, special... Read more →


National Prescription Take Back Day

In 2017, the CDC estimated over 65,000 people lost their lives to opiate abuse. The Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Addiction Awareness Taskforce present National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 26th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal. Communities are taking initiatives to reduce the number of prescription drugs available for misuse. By participating in and utilizing medication drop boxes, residents reduce the availability for drugs. This not only helps... Read more →


Obituary | Mary E. Scarduzio of Mt. Ephraim

March 10, 1930 - October 21, 2019 Mary E. Scarduzio (nee Haines), on October 21, 2019, of Mt. Ephraim. Age 89. Beloved wife of the late Richard J. Scarduzio. Devoted mother of Dianne Scarduzio, Richard J. Scarduzio, Kathryn M. Stevens (Jeffrey), Teresa M. Robinson, and James M. Scarduzio. Loving grandmom of Jaime (Juan), Brandi (Junior), Eric, Timothy, and Rachel and great grandmom of Will, Jovanni, Juliana, and Adelina. Dear sister of the late Howard “Mike” Haines. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. There will... Read more →


Gloucester City Mayor and Police Chief Concerned about Increase in Crime at Crescent Trailer Park

CNBNEWS photo William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 8, 2019)—There have been several high-profile crimes this year at the Crescent Mobile Home Park, 1400 Crescent Blvd. For example, Delaware authorities arrested two Mexican nationals in August who were selling heroin, cocaine and fentanyl in Delaware. The suspects, Julian Rivera-Villa, age 56, and Ricardo Perez-Guillen, age 40, both in this country illegally, stashed the illicit drugs at their Crescent Park trailer, located on Birchwood Avenue. David C. Weiss, United States Attorney for... Read more →


OBITUARY: Donald P. Urbanchuk, of Mt. Ephraim

Donald P. Urbanchuk, MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ--Donald P. Urbanchuk, on September 20, 2019 of Mt. Ephraim, formerly of Souderton, Telford, PA. Age 71. Beloved husband of Sharon for 47 years. Devoted father of Gregory (Diana) and the late Jason. Loving grandfather of Alexander, Addison, and Justin. Dear brother of John, Susan, and the late Thomas. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Donald was a US Navy veteran. There will be a viewing on Thursday, from 9am to 11am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Service 11am... Read more →


Great Schools.org: Red flags of a learning issue

How do you know if your child is struggling with a learning issue? Learn to read the clues. by: Carol Lloyd | September 15, 2019 Gloucestercitynews.net--GREATSCHOOLS.org--What do tears, rhyming, storytelling, and gripping a pencil all have in common? Don’t answer. Just imagine this scene: an 18-month-old falling on the ground and bawling over a lost balloon. Normal, right? Maybe not a lot of fun for the person trying to explain that the balloon man closed his stand for the day. But it might elicit a... Read more →


CERT Training at Mt. Ephraim Fire Dept.

Gloucestercitynews.net--MOUNT EPHRAIM, N.J. — As the hurricane and winter storm season approaches, the need for emergency preparedness becomes more and more critical. To that end, the Camden County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is once again making training more available to individuals of all ages. CERT training will take place on Friday, September 20 from 7:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M., Saturday, September 21 from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., and Sunday, September 22 from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Mount Ephraim Fire Department,... Read more →


Merle Nocella, of Mt. Ephraim; Retired Postal Clerk; Collingswood HS Alumnus

Gloucestercitynews.net--Mt. Ephraim - Merle Nocella, forever in our hearts, passed peacefully at age 78 on Sunday, August 25, 2019 surrounded by her children, grandchildren and longtime companion, Ed Schulnick of Voorhees. Predeceased by her loving husband Robert R. Nocella; parents Isaac and Madeline Wheeldon (nee Tartaglia); siblings Madeline Kaschner (Daniel), Lillie Dipaolo (Aurelio), Herbert Wheeldon, Jane Anderson (William), Barbara Myers (Thomas), and Laura Flacco (Joseph). Beloved mother of Susan Carney (Michael McPherson), Sharen Nocella, Karen Nocella and Stephen Nocella (Donna Parr). Devoted grandmother to Susan... Read more →


A Preview of Gloucester Catholic & Gloucester High 2019 Gridiron Teams

By Josh Lashley | CNBNews Sports Gloucestercitynews.net--(GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)-- The time of year that everyone from the athletes themselves to fans and coaches not only look forward to but, prepare diligently for has arrived-it’s football season. A pair of local teams, Gloucester City High School and Gloucester Catholic High School have done their due diligence during those tough pre-season practices, workouts and scrimmages. Now it’s time to get the best possible results where it counts the most-on the field. Let’s take a closer look at... Read more →


Marie F. Gifford of Mt. Ephraim/Bellmawr; Lifelong Member of Annunciation BVM Church

Marie F. Gifford (nee Matheis), on August 29, 2019, of Mt. Ephraim, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 95. Beloved wife of the late Albert “Bob” Gifford. Devoted mother of Robert J. Gifford, Sr. (Karen), Marie Wagner (Joe) and the late Joseph W. Gifford. Loving grandmom of Rob, Jr. (Amanda), Lauren (Michael), Joseph and Matthew (Jill) and great grandmom of Matthew William. Dear sister of the late Gloria Fala and Verena Gallagher. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Mrs. Gifford was a lifelong member of Annunciation BVM... 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 →


295 northbound to have overnight lane and ramp closures

Tonight and tomorrow night for barrier and curb work I-76 east ramp to I-295 north and ramps to and from Route 168 closed and detoured (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced I-295 northbound will have three lanes closed tonight and tomorrow night, as well as three ramps to and from Route 168 will be closed and detoured for barrier and curb work as the Direct Connection project advances in Camden and Gloucester counties. Beginning at 10 p.m., tonight, Thursday, August... Read more →


Margaret E. Harris of Mt. Ephraim

MOUNT EPHRAIM NJ--(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 3, 2019)--When you walk through a storm hold your head up high and don’t be afraid of the dark. Walk on with hope in your heart and you’ll never walk alone. The Lord had promised that he would walk alongside us. At the end of the storm is a golden sky. On Thursday, August 1, , 2019 the Lord walked alongside Margaret “Peg” Harris (nee Nieman) and swept her off her footprints in the sand and carried her home. Eternity begins and... Read more →


Chalie "The Clip" Closes His Shop After 54 Year Career

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (Gloucestercitynews.net)--After 54 years of cutting hair longtime hairstylist/barber Chalie Huber, aka Chalie "The Clip" is retiring. Chalie, has been operating his business Shapes and Forms Hairstyling at 110 S. Broadway since 1975 or for 45 years. Chalie with his wife Michaeline (date unknown) Chalie would still be working if it wasn't for getting sick. Ten weeks ago he was diagnosed with leukemia. He said he had persistent fatigue and weakness, trouble breathing. After going through... Read more →


Auto insurance In New Jersey Among Most Expensive In Country

(Gloucestercitynews.net)-(July 25, 2019)--Insuring your car isn’t cheap, especially if you live in New Jersey. According to a recent report by consumer finance site WalletHub, New Jersey has the third most expensive car insurance rates in the United States (out of the 47 states surveyed). Nearby states Connecticut and Pennsylvania have the 10th and 7th most expensive rates, respectively, while New York takes the top spot as the state with the costliest plans. Why Is Car Insurance In New Jersey So Expensive? Nearly 70 percent of... Read more →


Due to Storm Damange PATCO to Limit Service During Rush Hour

PATCO will operate a limited schedule between Woodcrest Station and 15/16th & Locust Street Station until further notice. Trains will run every 10-15 minutes as locals. There will be NO SERVICE to Ashland or Lindenwold Stations. The limited service is a result of Monday’s powerful windstorm which caused a large tree to fall and knock out power lines between Woodcrest and Ashland Stations. Crews are working through the night to restore service as quickly and safely as possible. The tree debris has been cleared and... Read more →


Kathy Shutter (nee Schoen), of Mt. Ephraim; Collingswood HS Alumnus

MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ--On July 18, 2019. Age 61. (nee Schoen). Of Mt. Ephraim. Formerly of Collingswood. Survived by her husband of 36 years, Wayne A. Shutter; children, Christopher (Lindsey) and Jessica (Gage); grandchildren, Jake and Ava. Predeceased by her parents Howard and Jean Schoen and her brothers, Mike and Fred Schoen (surviving Barbara). Kathy was a graduate of Collingswood High School class of 1975. She worked over 30 years in the brokerage firm industry, most recently as a Client Sr. Advisor for Wells Fargo in... Read more →


Car Breaks Utility Pole, and Destroys Part of the Westville Lions Club Building

The Westville Lions Club building was hit by a car (Gloucestercitynews.net)(Westville, NJ)(July 16, 2019)—Last Thursday, around 1:30AM, a car coming from Almonesson Road onto Delsea Drive (Rt 47) struck a telephone pole and a road sign breaking both in half. The driver of the car continued another 25 feet before coming to a stop after hitting the storage area of the Westville Lions Club building, located at the Thomas West park. The condition of the driver and the passenger is not known. Some Looky-Lous' survey... Read more →


Temple U joins NIH and U of Pittsburgh in Launching Nationwide Precision Medicine Effort

(Philadelphia, PA) – Temple University will join the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the University of Pittsburgh to open an enrollment site for the All of Us Research Program—a momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment and care for people of all backgrounds. Temple’s effort is part of All of Us Pennsylvania in cooperation with the University of Pittsburgh. The overall aim is to enroll more than one million participants nationwide, particularly from communities that have been underrepresented in research—making the program the largest,... Read more →


CAMDEN COUNTY NEWS

The Camden County Board of Freeholders wish you a very Happy 4th of July holiday! Visit the Vineyards Music Series Enjoy live music and wine tastings at Sharrott Winery on Friday, July 5th from 6 PM to 9 PM. Concerts are free with wine tastings and food are available for purchase. These concerts are proudly sponsored by the Camden County Board of Freeholders. For more information, visit sharrottwinery.com. Read More. R.E.A.L. Dodgeball: Last Game of the Season The Camden County Board of Freeholders and the... Read more →


PATCO News for Wawa Welcome America and More

Ride PATCO to Wawa Welcome America Wawa Welcome America is a multi-day festival with free multicultural and multi-generational events celebrating America’s birthday in America’s birthplace – Philadelphia. The citywide festival, spanning the Waterfront through Center City, will be jam packed with multiple fireworks displays, free concerts, free museum days, community events, free outdoor movie screenings, block parties, and more! This year, PATCO will be promoting safe and easy travel to and from the festivities by raffling special tickets for the July 4th concert to PATCO... Read more →


GTPD Alert: Camden & Gloucester County OEMs Co-Sponsoring MARC

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ--(Gloucestercitynews.net)--With the this recent rain we know that some residents in South Jersey have been devastated by the effects of the storm damage. #GTPD and the Office of Emergency Management want to share an upcoming event. This Sunday June 30th, 2019 Camden and Gloucester County OEMs will be co-sponsoring the Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) at Gloucester City High School. This is event is to assist both Camden and Gloucester County residents who were affected by last week’s storm, and resulting flood event. Address/Location... Read more →


MARC will be in Gloucester City on Sunday at GHS

Gloucester City, NJ (Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 28, 2019)--A Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC), providing recovery resources for people from Gloucester City News blog files Camden and Gloucester Counties affected by the recent flooding event, will open Sunday, June 30, from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM at Gloucester City High School 1300 Market Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Partner resources available at the MARC will include service organizations such as the American Red Cross, Team Rubicon, Catholic Charities USA and others. Also present will be Camden and Gloucester County... Read more →


New Items Added to Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament Online Auction!

NEW ITEMS ADDED: Online Auction Now Open for Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament! The online auction for the Fourth Annual Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament is now posted! New items have been recently added! Visit the link below and register to bid on many exciting items: Click here to view Online Auction! Items up for bid include: * Many getaway vacation packages, including a California Wine Experience, a Wrigley Field Getaway, and a Kentucky Derby Package and more! * Rental of a private villa in... Read more →


Local leaders criticize Pennsylvania 'rain tax,' stormwater rules

By Kim Jarrett | The Center SquareJun 20, 2019 Implementing the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s stormwater rules is challenging and expensive, leaders from Pennsylvania’s boroughs, municipalities, townships and counties told lawmakers this week. DEP officials did not attend a joint hearing of the House Local Government and Environmental Resources and Energy committees despite repeated requests, said Rep. Dan Moul, chairman of the Local Government Committee. The stormwater rules have prompted backlash from some Pennsylvania taxpayers who have called it a “rain tax.” Lawmakers had... Read more →


Memories: Gloucester City Letter Carriers and Support Staff (Year Unknown)

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ The Gloucester City Post Office crew, year unknown. Front row - (L. to R.) Bob Valario, Mike Foley, Chris Litle, Tim King, George Cleary, Mike Rofrano, Linda Shiflet. Back row - Ray Swanson, Carl Reiman, Cliff Prescott, John McLeer, Steve Lipski, Joe Sloan, Eric Waters. Letter carriers no longer work out of the Gloucester City Post Office. A few years ago they were moved to a building on Mount Ephraim Avenue, Camden City published Gloucestercitynews.net | June 23, 2019 Related: Gloucester City... Read more →