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Certified Therapy Dogs Visit Long-Term Care Residents at Jefferson Health Care Center

Long-term care residents at the Jefferson Health Care Center (JHCC) in Washington Township recently enjoyed a special visit from certified therapy dogs Cole and Cece — along with their owners, Chris Hannah and fiancée, Nicole Sapello. The visit, held in collaboration with Angelic Health, was part of the Team Cole Project’s annual summer "Kindness Tour" to area schools, hospice patients, and veterans' homes. South Jersey dogs Cole, five, and Cece, 15 months, are anything but your typical canines, as the pit bulls were both born deaf. Cole has learned some American Sign Language commands from Chris. The Team Cole Project... Read more →

Van Drew Relaunches the Bureau of Prisons Reform Caucus

Washington, DC - Today, Representative Van Drew (R-NJ) along with Representative Cartwright (D-PA) announced the relaunch of the bipartisan Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Reform Caucus. Joined by 12 other members of Congress, this caucus is committed to addressing the issues plaguing our federal prison system, such as understaffing, poor working conditions, and staff retention. The BOP Reform Caucus will address these issues head-on to advocate for policies that aim to improve the overall effectiveness of the BOP workforce. "I am pleased to announce the launch of the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Reform Caucus," said Rep. Van Drew. "With Federal Corrective... Read more →

Employment Weekly Job Fair Cherry Hill Mall

By NMG Media Group (OTHER EVENTS) FRIDAY, MAY 17 202410:00 AM — 2:00 PM EDT Are you looking for new employment opportunities? Join us for the Employment Weekly Job Fair at the Cherry Hill Mall on Friday, May 17 from 10 am to 2 pm. We will be in the Nordstrom Corridor. Gold Sponsor: Camden County Department of Events Camden County One Stop Camden County Prosecutor's Office Camden County Juvenile Detention Camden County Workforce Development Board Camden County Children's Services Camden County College Camden County Police Department (Metro) New Jersey Department of Labor Silver Sponsor: Inspira Health Bronze Sponsors include:... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has completed the 2024 spring trout stocking season, placing 219,000 rainbow, golden rainbow, and brown trout in 119 waterbodies from December to May. Overall, brown trout averaged about a half pound each with rainbows and golden rainbows slightly larger. In addition, 325 trophy-sized trout from the Albert Powell Hatchery and another 270 from the Bear Creek Hatchery weighing four to ten pounds each were mixed in the loads for added excitement. Trout for the spring season were reared at the Bear Creek, Albert Powell, Unicorn, and Joseph Manning Hatcheries. This year, DNR held Maryland's... Read more →

The Significance of Bitcoin in Creating a Truly Global Marketplace

In the digital age, the quest for a truly global marketplace has led to the emergence of various technologies that aim to bridge the geographical and financial divides between different parts of the world. Among these innovations, Bitcoin stands out as a revolutionary force. As the first decentralized digital currency, Bitcoin offers a unique promise of universal accessibility and financial inclusion, which could potentially transform the traditional notions of commerce and currency exchange. Bitcoin: A New Frontier in the World of Cryptocurrency Bitcoin, as a pioneering cryptocurrency, has reshaped how we think about money and transactional freedom. Unlike traditional currencies,... Read more →

Between May 6 and 12, Lower Township Police Averaging a Total of 110 Calls a Day

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ (May 16, 2024)--The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 770 calls, averaging a total of 110 calls per day. Police also made a total of 9 arrests during this period. Below is a breakdown of incidents by date: 5-6-24 Non-Criminal Incidents - 4 Fire Related Calls - 1 Motor Vehicle Accidents - 1 Traffic Enforcement - 8 Public Services – 97 Domestic Violence Incidents - 0 None 5-7-24 Non-Criminal Incidents - 1 Fire Related Calls - 0 Motor Vehicle Accidents - 0 Traffic Enforcement - 9 Public Services - 58 Domestic Violence... Read more →

Louiseann M. Connor age 65, Audubon HS Alum

Louiseann M. Connor "LuAnn" passed away on May 13, 2024 at the age of 65. Born in Camden, she was the daughter of the late, Oliver William and Anna (Lightcap) Connor. She graduated from Audubon High School in 1977. LuAnn was very hard working at times she worked three jobs to help to support her family. She was employed as a supervisor at Rolled Metal Products for over 30 years. She worked in retail; she was a beautician and worked very hard to get her license so she could cut hair as another means to help to her family. She... Read more →

Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation Donates $45,000 to Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Washington Township, NJ

The Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation, a longtime supporter of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, recently donated $45,000 to the Cancer Center’s Patient Assistance Fund at Jefferson Health in New Jersey. Last year, dozens of cancer patients who needed help with rent, utilities, or transportation received financial assistance from this fund, allowing them to continue focusing on their treatment and care. "Living with cancer is challenging for patients and their families, and can be made harder with financial worry,” said Tamara LaCouture, MD, Chief of Cancer Services, Jefferson Cherry Hill & Washington Township Hospitals. "We thank The Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation... Read more →

Deadly MV Accident in Pennsauken Results in Passenger Being Killed; Driver Arrested

Pennsauken, N.J.- A Pennsauken man has been charged in connection to a fatal motor vehicle crash in Pennsauken last month, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Pennsauken Police Chief Phil Olivo. On April 16, 2024, at approximately 3:22 p.m., the Pennsauken Police Department was dispatched to the area of the 9000 block of Crescent Boulevard southbound for a crash involving two motor vehicles. Upon arrival, Pennsauken Police officers located a Chrysler motor vehicle that crashed into the rear of a tractor-trailer. A passenger, identified as a Sean Hill, 20, of Pennsauken, was entrapped in the Chrysler and later... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: First Segment of Striped Bass Season Starts May 16

May 15, 2024 Sarah Yow holds up a beautiful speckled trout she caught in Tangier Sound. Photo courtesy of Sarah Yow There are lots of great fishing opportunities this week, from freshwater to the coastal waters of Ocean City. The first segment of Maryland’s striped bass season starts May 16 in the main stem of the Chesapeake Bay below the line from Hart-Miller Island to Tolchester. Summer migrant species including spot, red drum, and speckled trout are arriving in the lower Bay, creating exciting fishing opportunities. Forecast Summary: May 15 – May 21: Unstable, but warm weather this week will... Read more →

Ways to Increase Your Odds Chances

Before understanding how to beat slot machines, one must comprehend how they work. Slot machines are one of the most popular casino games in the world and maybe in online casinos. With very little skill involved and equal chances of winning for each player, slots are essentially a game of chance. All you have to do is spin the reels and hope that symbols align on the different paylines. A random number generator (RNG), which aids in determining the odds and spin results, is also present in many slot machines at Sensational77. Visit our article on how to play slots... Read more →

Winslow Township Memorial Day Event, Monday, May 27 at 10AM

Winslow Township Memorial Day Event Monday, May 27, 2024 at 10am War Memorial Site 125 S. Route 73 (by Municipal Complex) Braddock, NJ 08037 Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome to attend. Read more →

Budget Chair Hints An Increase In NJ Sales Tax on the Horizon

by Nikita Biryukov, New Jersey Monitor May 14, 2024 New revenue projections unveiled at the Statehouse Tuesday contain little indication of an April surprise that would alter lawmakers’ options as they negotiate the next year of New Jersey’s spending, though looming funding needs have one legislator raising the possibility of a broad-based tax hike. The Treasury predicted the state would draw $54.3 billion in revenue in the fiscal year that begins July 1, a $140.2 million increase from earlier projections, while the nonpartisan Office of Legislative Services forecasted $54.04 billion in revenue, a $106.5 million reduction from its earlier estimate.... Read more →

Rowan has Earned an At-Large-Bid

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan has earned an at-large bid to the 2024 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship and will participate in the NCAA Granville (OH) Regional hosted by Denison University, with Millikin and Hanover rounding out the field in the four-team regional. The Profs (27-13) will open play in the double-elimination tournament against Millikin (29-14) on Friday, May 17 at 2:30 p.m. at Big Red Field. Number-two ranked and top-seeded Denison (39-6) will face Hanover (30-15) at 11 a.m. with the tournament continuing on Saturday and Sunday. The regional champion will advance to the NCAA Super Regionals on May 24-25.... Read more →

From May 9 to May 14:

Philadelphia Crime Report: Several Police Officers Attacked, Two Murders, Shooting, and Stabbing

photos provided PHILADELPHIA, PA (MAY 14, 2024)--The Philadelphia Police Department is requesting the public's assistance in identifying the female depicted in the attached photos. She is wanted for questioning in regards to the aggravated assault and robbery of an off-duty Philadelphia Police Officer that occurred on Sunday, 05/12/24 at approximately 7:12 am at 2100 West Oxford Street. During the assault, the officer was able to disarm his attacker and discharge the offender's firearm. Anyone with information should call 215 686-TIPS (8477) ========= RETAIL THEFT AT LULULEMON STORE MAY 9, 2024 PHILADELPHIA – On Thursday, May 9, 2024, at approximately 5:06... Read more →

Off-Duty Philadelphia Police Officer Assaulted and Robbed; Suspect Arrested

PHILADELPHIA PA MAY 14, 2024– An off-duty Philadelphia police officer discharged a firearm in the 2100 block of Oxford Avenue, while being assaulted on Sunday, May 12th, 2024. The officer was also robbed of his personal firearm during the incident. The off-duty police officer was traveling westbound on Oxford Avenue when he became stuck in traffic behind another vehicle. After waiting through several red lights, the officer honked his horn. A male, identified as "Duke," approached the off-duty officer and punched him in the face while the officer was still seated in the vehicle. The officer then exited his vehicle... Read more →

Virtua Health Launches Complete Weight Management Program

to Help Patients Achieve Safe and Sustainable Weight Loss (Marlton, NJ, April 25, 2024) …Virtua Health, the largest health system in South Jersey, has recently launched the Virtua Complete Weight Management Program. Patients in the program receive personalized, medically supervised weight loss plans that may include weight loss medication options and bariatric surgery options based on health history, health status, and goals. The plans also include support from behavioral health specialists, registered dietitians, exercise physiologists, and nurse navigators. “Obesity is most definitely a chronic and multifactorial disease—as mentioned on the Oprah Winfrey special,” explained Gaurav Sharma, MD, director of obesity... Read more →

Barry R. Hammel, of Monroeville, formerly of Gloucester City; GHS Alumnus Class of '77

On May 13, 2024. Age 65. Of Monroeville. Formerly of Gloucester City. Beloved son of the late Fred and Dorothy Hammel (nee Burke). Loving brother of Gene Hammel and his wife, Eleanor and the late Steve Hammel. Beloved uncle of Monica Hammel, Keith Hammel and Dean Hammel (Erica) and great uncle of Freddy, Cody, Dakota, Dean, Lexi, Jordan and Damon. Barry was a graduate of Gloucester High School class of 1977. He enjoyed volunteering as a companion, calling and speaking to other seniors, making sure that they were OK and taking their medication’s every day. This gave Barry great satisfaction... Read more →

Gloucester Twp Police Chief David Harkins Regarding National Police Week

As we celebrate National Police Week this upcoming week and National Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15, we are reminded of the sacrifices made by those who serve on the front lines of our communities, ensuring our safety and upholding the rule of law. This week, we come together to honor and express our deepest gratitude to the brave men and women of law enforcement. National Police Week is a time to acknowledge the dedication and service of the men and women of the Gloucester Township Police Department. It is a time to reflect on the tremendous responsibility that... Read more →

Joseph T. Cuff, of Lindenwold and Collingswood, Korean War Veteran, Bartender at The Krazy Kat

On May 12, 2024. Age 96. Of Lindenwold. Formerly a longtime resident of Collingswood. Predeceased by his wife, Marjorie Ann Cuff; son, Joseph Cuff; grandchildren, Lori Ross, Michael Vincent, Jr. and Andrew Vincent; siblings, James Cuff, Thomas Cuff, Margaret Cuff and John “Jack” Cuff. Survived by his children, Kathleen Ross, Michael Cuff and Jo-anne Cuff; grandchildren, Melissa Ross, Jerry Ross, Season Cuff, Michael Cuff, Jr., Wesley Cuff, Derrick Vincent; great granddaughter, Cassidy Gellura; son-in-law, Michael Vincent and longtime loving companion, Virginia Davies and many loving nieces and nephews. Joseph was born in Turkey Run, PA to the late John and... Read more →

Philadelphia Resident Attacked by Three Pit Bulls; Off-Duty Police Officer Intervenes

PHILADELPHIA PA (MAY 14, 2024)- An off-duty police officer shot and killed one of three pit bulls attacking a woman in Southwest Philadelphia on Tuesday morning. The incident occurred around 10:38 AM on the 1500 block of South 58th Street when the officer, who was driving in his personal vehicle, witnessed a 52-year-old Black female being attacked by several dogs. During the attack, the dogs' owner, a 21-year-old Black male, was attempting to stop the dogs from attacking the woman. The officer discharged his service weapon multiple times, ending the attack. The female victim sustained bite wounds to her leg,... Read more →


Imposters Soliciting in Gloucester City

photo provided by GCPD UPDATE: The two men have been identified as 20-year-old Nicholas Maniscalco of Runnemede and 23-year-old Antonio R. Martinez of Glassboro. Both have been charged with impersonating a public servant. SEE original report below. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 14, 2024)--Earlier today, the Gloucester City Police posted an alert on their social media page about individuals trying to gain entry into a home in Gloucester City posing as employees of the Camden County Clerk Office. Exactly where in the city this occurred and when it occurred was not released. We contacted Lt. Flood, the department spokesman, for that... Read more →

In Pursuit of Fairness: The Essential Role of a Compensation Lawyer

Compensation lawyers play a pivotal role in ensuring that individuals receive fair treatment in the workplace and are justly compensated for injuries or injustices. This article delves into the multifaceted responsibilities and the crucial impact of compensation lawyers in the legal landscape. Understanding the Role of a Compensation Lawyer Compensation lawyers are experts in handling claims stemming from workplace injuries, car accidents, and various scenarios where individuals are harmed due to others' negligence or actions. Their principal objective is to ensure their clients receive the compensation they are rightfully entitled to, whether it be from employers, insurance firms, or the... Read more →

Empowering Women Financially in Developing Countries

In the digital age, financial empowerment is pivotal for fostering independence and equality, particularly in developing countries where traditional barriers often hinder women's economic participation. Bitcoin, as a leading cryptocurrency, offers a transformative solution by providing women with a platform for financial inclusion and empowerment. This blog post explores how Bitcoin and similar digital currencies can serve as tools for economic independence for women in these regions, potentially revolutionizing their roles within both local and global economies. The Landscape of Financial Exclusion Globally, financial exclusion remains a significant hurdle for women, particularly in less developed countries. Traditional banking systems often... Read more →

Google Waves Goodbye to Fitbit Pay

image source In a move that surprised some but ultimately merged with ongoing integration efforts, Google announced the discontinuation of Fitbit Pay in favor of Google Wallet. This decision, which comes into effect on July 29, 2024, for most users, marks a pretty big shift for digital wallets. Although Fitbit users will be transitioned to Google Wallet, the change has raised some very interesting questions about user convenience, platform competition - as well as Google's long-term vision for mobile payments. The general population is becoming increasingly picky when it comes to their payment methods of choice. Before playing at... Read more →

DRBC Launches Food Drive Ahead of Meeting in Narrowsburg, N.Y.

WEST TRENTON, N.J. (May 13) – Reflecting the Delaware River Basin Commission’s (DRBC) commitment to communities throughout our shared waters, the agency is kicking off a distributed food drive benefiting food pantries in several upper Delaware River Basin communities. Donations are being collected through June 4 and will be presented to the Narrowsburg Ecumenical Food Pantry, the Wayne County Food Pantry Program, and the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless at the DRBC’s second-quarter business meeting in Narrowsburg, N.Y., on June 5. Collection points also reflect the partnership at DRBC, with an array of nonprofits, local businesses, and government offices... Read more →

Artwork by Students with Special Needs Displayed at Regional Art Show

Students and Families Support Art Accessibility for All with Donations to Perkins Center for the Arts Cherry Hill, N.J. – Young people with disabilities let their talents shine at the Fourth Annual Tri-State DisAbility Art Show, hosted by Y.A.L.E. School at its Performing Arts Center in Cherry Hill. Students with disabilities ages 3-21 with an IEP or 504 Plan from the greater Philadelphia region showcased their original artwork including paintings, sculptures, mixed media displays and more. The Art Show featured 330 works of art created by more than 300 students from 28 public and private schools across New Jersey, Pennsylvania... Read more →

Five Things to Know, May 13, 2024: AI Will Be Flying Jets in the Future

U.S. preps preps for flying fighter jets with AI, Blinken warns Israel U.S. has no plans to eliminate militants, Ukraine locked in ‘intense’ battles with advancing Russian forces. 1. Two Air Force fighter jets recently squared off in a dogfight in California. One was flown by a pilot. The other wasn’t. That second jet was piloted by artificial intelligence, with the Air Force’s highest-ranking civilian riding along in the front seat. It was the ultimate display of how far the Air Force has come in developing a technology with its roots in the 1950s. But it’s only a hint of... Read more →

Gertrude M. Armstrong, 87, of Gloucester City

Gloucester City - formerly of South Philadelphia, PA. On April 16, 2024 (nee Niven) Age 87. In the loving care of her daughter, Jacquelyn E. (Mike) Valvardi in Haddon Heights with her sons Joe, Chuck and Mike Glennan by her side. Predeceased by first husband, Joseph Glennan. Cherished wife of 40 years to the late John B. Armstrong. Devoted mother of Joe (Liz) Glennan, Chuck (Louise) Glennan, Mike Glennan, Jacquelyn (Mike) Valvardi, Patricia (Bob) DuCoin (nee Armstrong) and the late John B. (surviving wife Carole) Armstrong and the late Edmund F. (surviving wife Jane Caroll) Armstrong. Devoted grandmother of Edmund,... Read more →

Jefferson Health Employee Receives BEE Award for Extraordinary Caregivers

Jalen Stewart, a Patient Transport Associate at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital, was recently honored with a Being Extraordinary Everyday (BEE) Award for Extraordinary Caregivers. The Pennsauken resident was nominated for building trusting relationships, treating others with dignity and respect, and placing patients and families first to promote a positive hospital experience. “Patients recognize, smile, and look forward to seeing Jalen. I know my patients are in good hands with him,” wrote a nursing colleague. “A team player, Jalen stays at work late and never leaves a patient until we meet all their needs. The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit recently had many... Read more →

The Role of Local Media in Recruitment: Opportunities and Challenges

As companies strive to attract the right talent, leveraging the reach and influence of local media can be a game-changer. However, while local media offers several advantages, it also faces significant challenges in the evolving digital landscape. This article explores the opportunities and challenges associated with local media in recruitment and provides insights into effectively utilizing these channels. Opportunities Provided by Local Media Local media's greatest strength lies in its accessibility and deep-rooted presence within the community. Newspapers, radio stations, and local TV channels are trusted sources of information for many residents. This trust and familiarity can be leveraged to... Read more →

How Online Casino Elements Can Enrich Gaming Knowledge?

Online gambling is one of the best ways to unwind, and there are plenty of options available. However, the differences across online casinos can hurt your gaming experience. For example, the platform could be slow or have unfavourable terms and conditions that know how you play. Fortunately, you can prevent such catastrophes by excavating before you begin playing. In recent years, online gambling has seen a surge of innovation related to online Casinos in Canada games. Players can join a casino from their PC, tablet, or mobile device and spin the reels while enjoying some features. User-friendly design Designers of... Read more →

Ribbon Cutting Celebration Held for New Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Oncology Suite in Cherry Hill

Dozens of well-wishers, community leaders and Jefferson Health physicians attended a Ribbon Cutting event and reception for the new Oncology Suite at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Cherry Hill. This location is part of the NCI-designated Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Jefferson. The new, expanded Medical Oncology suite includes 20 infusion chairs and 10 examination rooms. Other services offered within the suite include blood draws, a clinical trials office, patient navigation services, social work, genetic counseling, and nutrition counseling — providing a wide array of cancer services, all in one location. This expansion at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer... Read more →

Jackpotjoy: Your Ultimate Casino Destination

JackpotJoy Casino & Slots brings a slice of Las Vegas to the United Kingdom with its exhilarating range of online gaming options. This virtual casino delights users with an array of slot games that cater to both classic and modern tastes. Among the highlights is Crabbin' For Cash Extra Big Catch: Jackpot King, a dynamic game where big catches lead to even bigger wins. Not to be outdone, 9 Pots of Gold offers players a charming Irish-themed adventure, promising pots of gold at the end of every rainbow. Moving on, Double Bubble bursts onto the scene with fun and frothy... Read more →

The Significance of Bitcoin in Creating a Truly Global Marketplace

In the digital age, the quest for a truly global marketplace has led to the emergence of various technologies that aim to bridge the geographical and financial divides between different parts of the world. Among these innovations, Bitcoin stands out as a revolutionary force. As the first decentralized digital currency, Bitcoin offers a unique promise of universal accessibility and financial inclusion, which could potentially transform the traditional notions of commerce and currency exchange. Bitcoin: A New Frontier in the World of Cryptocurrency Bitcoin, as a pioneering cryptocurrency, has reshaped how we think about money and transactional freedom. Unlike traditional currencies,... Read more →

Web UI Kits: What They Are and How to Make the Most of Them 

As a business owner, you're probably familiar with the challenges of creating an engaging website or app that effectively conveys your brand message while providing a seamless user experience. Fortunately, UI kits offer a solution to streamline the design process and elevate your online presence. In this guide, we'll explore how web UI kits can benefit your business. The meaning of UI kits in web design UI kits are like toolboxes for web designers. They're filled with ready-to-use design elements like buttons, menus, and forms. These kits save time by providing pre-made elements, which means designers can focus on making... Read more →


I AM a Teenager, which means I'm a senior citizen who feels like a teenager. I got everything I wanted when I was a teen, but it's been 60 years since then. I don't have to go to school or work anymore, and I get money every month. I have my own place to live and no curfew. I have a driver's license and my own car, so I can go wherever I want. I have an ID that lets me buy drinks from the whisky store and go to bars. The people I hang out with aren't worried about... Read more →

25 states fight EPA's power plant smokestack regulations

By Jon Styf | The Center Square May 9, 2024 May 9, 2024 (The Center Square) – West Virginia and Indiana are leading a group of 25 states asking for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to declare the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new rule on coal, natural gas and oil power plants to be declared unlawful. The new EPA rule will require coal and natural gas power plants to capture smokestack emissions or shutter. “The EPA continues to not fully understand the direction from the Supreme Court – unelected bureaucrats continue their pursuit to legislate... Read more →

Maryland Seeking Volunteers for Invasive Catfish Advisory Committee

The Department of Natural Resources is accepting applications from qualified individuals to serve on a newly created advisory committee to address invasive catfish species in Maryland. The committee will address and discuss issues related to invasive catfish and send recommendations to both the Tidal Fisheries Advisory Commission and Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission. The primary goal of the committee is to advise both commissions on ways to best implement and support departmental priorities to control and mitigate damages associated with invasive catfish. Membership will be composed of a diverse group of stakeholders, primarily those affected by the spread of invasive catfishes... Read more →

Emily Walker, age 90, of Sewell

On May 8, 2024. Age 90. Of Sewell. Formerly of Bellmawr and Gloucester City. Born in Camden, NJ she was the daughter of the late, Anthony and Rose (DiFrancesco) Valentine. Emily is survived by her grandson, Jasen Walker and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was also predeceased by her husband, Hugh T. Walker, Sr.; sons, Hugh T. Walker, Jr., Harry L. Walker; grandson, Adon Walker; 11 brothers and sisters. Emily had worked for 22 years for Harcourt Educational Publishing. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing on Thursday morning, May 16th from 9:15 to 9:45 AM at St.... Read more →

Jerman Suarez, 68, of Gloucester City

On May 9, 2024, Age 68. Of Gloucester City. Formerly of Camden. Loving and devoted husband of 49 years to Nydia M. Suarez. Loving father of Josue Suarez (Kara), Karen Suarez Rivera (Moises Jr.) and Ivelisse Vega (Joey). Cherished grandfather of Katherine Suarez, Daniel Suarez, the late Ramon Santiago III, Moises D. Rivera, Miguel E. Hernandez and Jaydon Hernandez. Beloved son of the late Otilia Ruiz and the late Hector Negron. Loving brother of the late Francisco Suarez, Edwin Suarez, Nellie Vardijian and David Suarez. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Jerman was born in the Bronx, NY... Read more →


CORRECTION! William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews WILDWOOD, NJ (May 11, 2024)(CNBNews)- On Saturday, former President Donald Trump spoke to an estimated 100,000 people on the beach near the North Wildwood area of the island not Convention Hall. Trump told the public that our nation had lost its way under Joe Biden. “We are going to save our country, our nation, we will demolish the deep state, drive out the communists, we will never give in, with your support, we will evict Joe Biden, the worst president in our nation’s history. Together, we will make America great again. Trump’s plane... Read more →

Artwork by Students with Special Needs Displayed at Regional Art Show

Students and Families Support Art Accessibility for All with Donation to Perkins Center for the Arts Cherry Hill, N.J. – Young people with disabilities let their talents shine at the Fourth Annual Tri-State DisAbility Art Show, hosted by Y.A.L.E. School at its Performing Arts Center in Cherry Hill. Students with disabilities ages 3-21 with an IEP or 504 Plan from the greater Philadelphia region showcased their original artwork including paintings, sculptures, mixed media displays and more. The Art Show featured 330 works of art created by more than 300 students from 28 public and private schools across New Jersey, Pennsylvania... Read more →

JDRF One Dream Gala Raises $1.4 Million for Type 1Diabetes Research

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 10, 2024— The JDRF One Dream Gala, which took place at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel on Saturday, April 27, raised nearly $1.4 million to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications. Organized by the JDRF Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, the JDRF One Dream Gala, one of the area’s premier charity events, welcomed over 400 esteemed guests, uniting for a noble cause: to spearhead vital funding for groundbreaking T1D research. Hosted by Karen Rogers of 6abc Action News, this black-tie event featured exciting silent and live auctions, cocktails and dining,... Read more →

CCPD Ratify Contract, Pay Scale Ranges from $50,000 to $115,500

May 08, 2024 UPDATED/CORRECTED (Camden CITY, NJ) – The Camden County Board of Commissioners, Camden County Police Department and Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 218 have agreed on a contract for the department through the end of 2026. The three-year document will change the pay scales for the rank and file of the department and make the CCPD more competitive with other agencies throughout the county. Camden County Police Chief, Gabriel Rodriguez, praised the new labor agreement that was made effective this week. “I believe this contract will go a long way to assist us in retaining and attracting... Read more →

Gloucester City Property Taxes Rose by 6.8 Percent in 2023; 2nd Highest Increase in Camden County

CNBNews graphic files GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 9, 2024)(CNBNews)--New Jersey's radio station ( released an article today on the high cost of health insurance in the State. The headline, "Insane co-pay that forced one New Jersey patient to skip the *procedure." The same article includes the 2023 property tax for every community in the state. The list below is for Camden County. As you read the property taxes for each of the 37 communities, you'll find that residents in Tavistock saw a 27.4 percent increase in their tax bills. Coming in second with the highest property tax increase was the... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA, PA, CRIME BLOTTER MAY 6, 2024-- 12th District – Barricade Situation Location: 21xx S. Alden St. A Black male armed with a gun shot at a female complainant, who escaped through the back door. The male then locked himself inside, refusing to come out. It is unknown if anyone else is inside with him. A barricade was declared at 5:10 PM, with the staging area at Alden and Greenway Ave. SHOOTING-3RD DISTRICT, 600 unit block EMILY STREET 3rd District, 6xx Emily Street. The incident occurred at 7:32 PM on the highway. A 45-year-old male was shot once in the... Read more →

The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta COOPER RIVER - PENNSAUKEN

85th Anniversary of the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta at Cooper River this Weekend The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta will be staged on the Cooper River, in Pennsauken, New Jersey on Friday, May 10th and Saturday, May 11th, 2024. The race will bring thousands of athletes and fans to the Camden County area, and will further generate income for our local businesses. 2024 Official Race Course The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta COOPER RIVER - PENNSAUKEN, NJ The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta will be staged on the Cooper River, in Pennsauken, New Jersey on Friday, May 10 and Saturday... Read more →

Morrestown Porchfest May 18

The first-ever Moorestown Porch Fest will raise money for Perkins Center for the Arts! Moorestown Porch Fest is presented by Ian Thomas in partnership with Homegrown Moorestown and the Moorestown Music Collective. The event, held on Saturday, May 18, will kick off at noon on Perkins’ porch at 395 Kings Highway in Moorestown, with Township Council members to support the event. Throughout Moorestown, 80+ performers at 23 individual sites will entertain crowds. Perkins Center has also programmed a lineup of live music in front of its building from noon to 4 pm, featuring Michelle Show, Jersey Cornpickers, Perkins Conservatory, and... Read more →

Pennsauken PD ALERT: Skimming Device Found in Food Market Credit Card Machine

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (MAY 9, 2024)--On Wednesday, May 8, a skimming device was found on a credit card machine at the Supremo Food Market (7500 S. Rt. 130 Pennsauken, NJ). It is unknown at this time how long the device was on the machine. If you utilized a credit card machine at this location, it is highly recommended that you contact your credit card company and advise them of this finding. This incident is currently under investigation. Source Pennsauken Police Department press release Read more →

Murder-Suicide at Academy Arms Apts, Clayton

CLAYTON, NJ (May 9, 2024)--On Tuesday, May 7, 2024, at approximately 7:00 pm, the Clayton Police Department was dispatched to the Academy Arms Apartment Complex, 357 N. Broad Street, Clayton, New Jersey, regarding reports of a shooting. Responding officers discovered the bodies of Nina D. Sinclair-Green, 43, and Anthony J. Williams, 45, deceased, inside an apartment leased by Williams. Sinclair-Green and Williams had been residing there together. An investigation by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes and Crime Scene Units, in close partnership with the Clayton Police Department, determined that Williams shot and killed Sinclair-Green inside the apartment as... Read more →