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A Royal Guide to Visiting Windsor

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 21, 2019)--The Duke and Duchess of Sussex clearly hold Windsor close to their hearts. Over the last few years, the English town has been the backdrop to their wonderful wedding at St George’s Chapel, and the pair even introduced Queen Elizabeth to their beautiful first child Archie at Windsor... Read more →


NO PATCO SERVICE between Lindenwold & Broadway Services

NO SERVICE between Lindenwold & Broadway Stations Storm damage at several NJ stations & track areas One train will run EB/WB between 15/16th & Broadway Seek alternate transportation. NJTRANSIT will honor PATCO FREEDOM Cards and tickets on their routes during the service interruption. Efforts remain underway to restore service. At... Read more →


Railroad-crossing repairs begin in Camden County

Necessary safety work will require road closure and detours this week (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the start of a railroad crossing rehabilitation project that will require a four-day closure and detour of 4thAvenue that began today in Mount Ephraim, Camden County. Beginning at... Read more →


Gorgeous Gloucester City and South Jersey: Top Spots to Photograph

(Gloucestercitynews.net)--With over 300 million photographs uploaded to Facebook every day and over 95 million photos uploaded to Instagram, photography has become a major hobby. Indeed, everyone with a smartphone is probably more photo savvy than in decades past. From selfies to group photos, nature shots to stunning cityscape imagery, social... Read more →


Face of Defense: Coast Guard Station Tybee, proud to be a part of the community

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 18, 2019)--Nestled amongst the thick trees of historic Fort Pulaski National Monument on Cockspur Island is Coast Guard Station Tybee Island, Georgia. One of only two Coast Guard small-boat stations in Georgia, Station Tybee Island’s area of responsibility runs from Saint Catherine’s Island to just north of Saint Helena... Read more →


Nightlife in Singapore: Experiences that you must indulge into

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 17, 2019)--Singapore is a heaven for people who like to live a high-spirited life. It’s the capital of glamour and all things majestic. Everything about Singapore attracts people to visit it once at least. The modern city of Malaysia has everything in the extravaganza. This comes as no wonder... Read more →


Independence Seaport Museum Urges Public to Support Historic Ships

Dear Friends, Our curators, ship keepers, docents and education staff all work hard to keep our two National Landmark Historic Ships engaging for our visitors in so many ways: They celebrate. On Memorial Day Weekend, Naval officers and submarine veterans from World War II gave visitors fascinating insight during Submarine... Read more →


SJTA Presents Environmental Stewardship Program at NY Ave. School in Atlantic City

SJTA mascot Farley T. Fox poses with the red oak tree that students, staff and faculty of the New York Avenue School in Atlantic City planted June 12, 2019 with assistance from the SJTA's Operations Department as part of its READI program (SJTA photo/Darleen Adamo). HAMMONTON, NJ - June 14,... Read more →


Overnight storm leaves damage behind causing closures

(Gloucestercitynews.net)--The Gloucester Township Police Department released the following advisory Blackwood Elementary will be closed TODAY due to no power. Erial Blenheim Road is closed between Church Street and the Black Horse Pike due to downed trees and wires (photos above and below. It will be closed at least through morning... Read more →


TRAFFIC ALERT: Railroad-crossing repairs begin in Gloucester City

Necessary safety work will require road closure and detours this week (Trenton)(Gloucestercitynews.net) (June 11, 2019)--New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the start of a railroad crossing rehabilitation project that will require a three-day closure and detour of Collings Road this week in Gloucester City, Camden County. Beginning... Read more →


Destinations to Travel Alone before You Die

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 10, 2019)--You can harvest many benefits in traveling the world alone. From the common reasons like the freedom to plan your trip the way you like to the more complex parts like self- discovery, you can learn, experience, and gain a lot from solo travel adventures. If you are... Read more →


3 Great Reasons to Move to the Cayman Islands

New destination trends come and go every year, and it seems like there’s always a new region being discovered as the new hot spot. But when it come to the Cayman Islands, they’ve always been prized as one of the best places to either go on a vacation or relocate... Read more →


VISIT PHILADELPHIA Announces New Summer Marketing Initiatives

Advertising Efforts Concentrated In New York, Washington, DC & Philadelphia DMAs PHILADELPHIA PA (Gloucestercitynews.net)--Today VISIT PHILADELPHIA® announced a major summer-long marketing effort designed to get leisure travelers to visit Philadelphia and stay overnight from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Highlights include the debut of the Filadelfia – You Gotta Feel... Read more →


What To Do When You Are In An Accident

What happens when you are in an accident? Although you may go your entire life and nothing will have ever happened to you, being at the wrong place and at the wrong time could change everything. This could include an accident where you fall down the stairs, being involved in... Read more →


Visit Philadelphia's Summertime 2019 Hotel Deal Is Highest Value Ever

Free Parking, Marvel Exhibit Tickets, More Create Up To $286 Value Visit Philly... (Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 3, 2019)--The upcoming Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package is a record-setting value for visitors to Philadelphia. The summer 2019 deal features free overnight hotel parking, tickets to The Franklin Institute’s Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes and... Read more →


Slow Down for Terrapins! Nesting Season Begins, Tips for Motorists

Information below from the Wetlands Institute of Stone Harbor. Protecting our local environment is most effective when it is a community-wide effort. Thank you to everyone who is doing their part! Please remember… Terrapins are wild animals; please leave them in their wild homes. If you find an injured terrapin,... Read more →


Scudder Falls Bridge Tolls Will Worsen Traffic, Pollution

gloucestercitynews.net (May 29,2019)--Drivers using the Scudder Falls Bridge between Mercer County and Bucks County, Pa. on I-295 will begin paying a toll sometime around July 10. Drivers with E-Z Pass will have a $1.25 toll taken from their account. Other drivers will have their license plates scanned and be billed... Read more →


VISIT PHILADELPHIA Announces New Summer Marketing Initiatives

Advertising Efforts Concentrated In New York, Washington, DC & Philadelphia DMAs (gloucestercitynews.net)--Today VISIT PHILADELPHIA® announced a major summer-long marketing effort designed to get leisure travelers to visit Philadelphia and stay overnight from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Highlights include the debut of the Filadelfia – You Gotta Feel It marketing... Read more →


A General Overview of Car Insurance in New Jersey

Auto Insurance has become mandatory in New Jersey after the introduction of the Automobile Insurance Cost Reduction Act. It is now a basic policy for all drivers. However, the type, cost, and coverage may vary significantly. Despite the law mandate for all drivers, some still drive without insurance. Here is... Read more →


Silver Diner Hosts Memorial Day Breakfast Show

CHERRY HILL, NJ – (gloucestercitynews.net)--Buckle up, start your engines and drive down to Silver Diner for the 8th Annual Memorial Day Breakfast Car Show on Monday, May 27 from 8 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. Silver Diner is Located at 2131 Route 38 in Cherry Hill. Silver Diner and... Read more →


*Independence Seaport Museum Memorial Day Weekend Fireworks

Memorial Day Weekend Fireworks PHILADELPHIA, PA --Join us for the unofficial start of summer with Memorial Day Weekend fireworks on Saturday, May 25. Enjoy the Museum and our two historic ships, Cruiser Olympia and Submarine Becuna, all day. At 9:30 p.m., take in spectacular views of the fireworks on the... Read more →


Comprehensive NCHSS Report Reveals Most Dangerous Countries for Tourists

(gloucestercitynews.net)--May 26, 2019 — The National Council for Home Safety and Security (NCHSS) has released a thorough report on the most dangerous countries for travelers in 2019. The report contains multiple rankings and points of data for nearly 200 countries, with explanations for why certain countries are considered dangerous (e.g.,... Read more →