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14 Unlock Cars in Gloucester City Burglarized

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (APRIL 19, 2019)- A number of unlocked cars in Gloucester City were broken into on several different occasions between April 13 and April 18. Two gloucestercitynews.net graphic file teenage suspects were arrested in the unit block of North Stinson after fleeing nearby Brooklawn. According to police, on... Read more →

NJ Receives $125,000 to Fight Housing Discrimnation

New Jersey – To help end housing discrimination, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today awarded $125,000 to Citizen Action of New Jersey to confront violations CNBNews graphics file of the nation’s landmark Fair Housing Act (see grant chart below). HUD’s grants are provided through the Department’s... Read more →

Diana Heil Sentenced for Stealing $140,000 in NJ Pension Benefits

TRENTON –Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that an Atlantic County woman was sentenced today for stealing $140,873 in state pension benefits that continued to be paid for her mother for eight years after the mother died. Diana A. Heil, 49, of Pleasantville, N.J., was sentenced today to two years... Read more →

3 Things Everyone Needs to Know About Car Maintenance

Driving an automobile grants you the freedom to roam the roads of this great state, but when you are taught to drive, no one teaches you about good car maintenance. We will often rely on our cars to get us to work every day or take the kids to school,... Read more →

Siera Club to Sue EPA on Air Polution

The EPA failed to issue attainment determinations in several states under the 2008 ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards. States including New Jersey, Connecticut and New York failed to attain the standards with ozone levels at 0.086 (ppm). The 2008 ozone NAAQS are met at an ambient monitoring site when... Read more →

Paying Taxes – You Can’t Avoid Them So Pay on Time

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes,” when writing about the New Constitution in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy in 1789. This is true wherever you might live in the world and is especially true if you... Read more →

NJ Invests $6M in Health Info Technology

Will Address the Opioid Epidemic The New Jersey Department of Health and New Jersey Department of Human Services today announced $6 million in funding to support behavioral health providers implementation of electronic health records in their facilities and connection to other health care providers through the New Jersey Health Information... Read more →

Credit Card Considerations: 8 Reasons Why Credit Cards Are Good to Have

While much has been made of the western world becoming a cashless society, some experts argue that it's a long con put on by financial companies. While this isn't the best argument for why credit cards are good for everyone, it's not a terrible one either. Cash is falling out... Read more →

NJBIA: New Poll Shows New Jerseyans Overtaxed

Residents Oppose Raising Taxes to Support Fully Funding Pension System A Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today, in conjunction with the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, finds most New Jersey residents feel they pay too much in taxes and are displeased with how state government is addressing affordability in the Garden... Read more →

Menendez, Booker Call for Reinstatement of Policy Against Holding Pregnant Women in Immigration Detention

Senators demand answers from ICE and CBP regarding treatment of pregnant women in DHS custody WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker (both D-N.J.) joined a group of Senate colleagues in calling for the reinstatement of an Obama-era policy ordering most pregnant women to be released from... Read more →

Five municipalities receive state funding for improvement projects

Murphy Administration announces $1 million in Safe Streets to Transit Program Grant Awards (Trenton) – The Murphy Administration today announced the Fiscal Year 2019 Safe Streets to Transit Program (SSTT) grant. The New Jersey Department of Transportation, Division of Local Aid and Economic Development selected five municipal projects that are... Read more →

NJGOP Chairman Steinhardt Responds To Murphy’s New Potential Gas Tax

Trenton, NJ – Governor Murphy is considering new “mileage fees” to pay for a shortfall in his infrastructure budget. According to the state treasurer, tax revenues look like they’re falling short of this year’s $1.5 billion highway fuels revenue target. This shortfall could trigger yet another automatic gas tax hike... Read more →


Senate companion to HR40 would study impact of slavery on African- Americans WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, today announced he will introduce a bill to form a commission for the study of reparation proposals for African-Americans. Final legislative language of... Read more →

Murphy Administration Provides $670 Million in Funding for New Jersey’s Hospitals

The New Jersey Department of Health today released the fiscal year 2020 hospital Charity Care, Graduate Medical Education (GME), and Graduate Medical Education Supplemental (GME-S) funding distributions. This is part of more than $670 million in hospital funding provided in Governor Murphy’s proposed budget. “The Department is committed to supporting... Read more →

$1 million in Bikeway grants for 3 Communities

(Trenton) – The Murphy Administration today announced three Bikeway Grants totaling $1 million to help municipalities and counties advance Bikeway projects. These, as well as other Local Aid state-funded grant programs benefit residents by enabling local governments to significantly reduce or eliminate reliance on local property tax dollars to support... Read more →

PHILADELPHIA : 5 myths about the Beverage Tax—and the truth behind them

April 5, 2019 It’s been two years since Mayor Kenney proposed, and City Council passed, the Philadelphia Beverage Tax to support three key initiatives: PHLpreK: Free, quality pre-K for 3- and 4-year-old children across Philadelphia Community Schools: Public schools that offer expanded medical services, after-school programming job training, and more... Read more →

SJ Leaders Applaud Dept. of Transportation Municipal Aid Funding; GCity Receives $312,000

CNBNews graphics file “On behalf of myself and the citizens of Gloucester City, I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to Governor Phil Murphy for his support, cooperation and help with a few issues of importance to Gloucester City over the last few months. In particular, the... Read more →

Philadelphia Bar Launches ElectQualifiedJudges.com, Online Voter Ed Tool

Releases First Wave of Judicial Candidate Ratings for May Primary PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Philadelphia Bar Association's Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention today launched ElectQualifiedJudges.com, an online judicial candidate tool to help voters make an informed decision about judicial elections during the upcoming May 21st Pennsylvania primary election. Along... Read more →


by William E. Cleary Sr. CHEER---Gloucester Catholic senior Lillo Paxia (photo, left) hit for the cycle and drove in six runs, powering the Rams to a 14-4 victory over Schalick, April 2 in Gloucester City. For those unfamiliar with the term in baseball, hitting for the cycle is the accomplishment... Read more →


TRENTON - The Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Parks and Forestry will use a $3 million grant to rehabilitate three Morris Canal-related buildings at the Waterloo Village Historic Site in Sussex County, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today. The grant from the state's Regional Transportation Alternatives Program will be... Read more →

Looking after Your Team: How to prioritize health and safety

Not only do you have a legal responsibility for looking after the wellbeing of your employees, but you also have an entrepreneurial responsibility too. If you’ve taken the time to hire the best, most productive workforce, then you want them to be working for you for as long as possible.... Read more →

State Laws Ban Surprise Medical Bills. She Got One for $227K And Fought Back

Debbie and Larry Moehnke of Washougal, Wash., faced bills of nearly $227,000, even after insurance, when she suffered a heart attack and spent a month at Portland’s Oregon Health & Science University hospital last summer. (Michael Hanson for KHN) This story also ran on Time. This story can be republished... Read more →