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Despite Turmoil With Last Nov. Paper Ballots, NJ Adds More Drop Boxes for Future Elections

Editor’s Note: This coverage is made possible through Votebeat, a nonpartisan reporting project covering local election integrity and voting access. The article is available for reprint under the terms of Votebeat’s republishing policy. GENESIS OBANDO | JANUARY 14, 2021 | NJ DECIDES 2021 Counties in New Jersey are adding more drop... Read more →

Guest Opinion: NJBIA Statement on State of the State Address

New Jersey Business & Industry Association President and CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement in response to today’s State of the State address by Gov. Phil Murphy. “The past year has brought historic challenges to New Jersey and we thank the Governor and his administration for their efforts to best... Read more →

Why Do You Need Sports LED Screens?

(CNBNews)(January 12, 2021)--Sports stadiums are not just designed for physical activities; they are also intended to keep the audience entertained not just with the sports but also with the content being displayed on the billboards. They have also become the prime source of generating revenue for the owners as advertisers and... Read more →

5 Things You Need to Know About Loans and Borrowing

(CNBNews)(January 11, 2021)--We all know the words loan and borrowing. Many of us use them interchangeably in our daily lives, never once realizing the stark difference inherent to the two. Sure, not all of us can be financial gurus, but it’s always better to know something and not use it than... Read more →

What can US States Learn from UK Gambling Regulations 

(CNBNews)(Jan 11, 2021)---2020 has seen considerable changes in UK gambling regulations, with more expected to come next year with the revision of the UK Gambling Act. The UK is one of the most heavily regulated gambling markets in the world, which comes with both positives and negatives. Considering that gambling regulations... Read more →

CNBNews December 2020 Cheers/Jeers

William E. Cleary Sr. and Friends | CNBNewsnet CHEER--Food pantries in Bellmawr and Barrington were beneficiaries of grants from the New Jersey District of Kiwanis during December. Grants of $150 each were presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Haddons to Bellmawr Mayor Charles Sauter and Barrington Municipal Clerk Terry Shannon.... Read more →

How to Manage Your Business Finances More Effectively – Practical Tips by Mike Giannulis

(CNBNews)(January 11, 2021)--Of all the skills business owners need to make their ventures flourish, effective management of finances has been universally held to be among the most challenging. More than good products and services and strong marketing for driving sales, it is the efficient management of finances that can sustain a... Read more →

Weekly Wastebasket: The Rule of Law Must Prevail

This is not normal. And this is not a normal Weekly Wastebasket. At Taxpayers for Common Sense we use this piece to inform, vent, and occasionally rile up our supporters (and opposition). We had another scintillating budget process Wastebasket in the works. The events of January 6, however, intervened. The following... Read more →

Carneys Point's Opportunity Zone to receive $3.5 Million to Boost Economic Development Efforts

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $3.5 million grant to the Carneys Point Township Sewer Authority, Carneys Point, New Jersey, to make sanitary sewer service infrastructure improvements needed to support the community and its growing business needs.... Read more →

The Boeing Company Charged with 737 Max Fraud Conspiracy; Fined Over $2.5B

The Boeing Company (Boeing) has entered into an agreement with the Department of Justice to resolve a criminal charge related to a conspiracy to defraud the Federal Aviation Administration’s Aircraft Evaluation Group (FAA AEG) in connection with the FAA AEG’s evaluation of Boeing’s 737 MAX airplane. Boeing, a U.S.-based multinational corporation... Read more →

New Jersey Minimum Wage Now $12 Per Hour

Speaker Coughlin on New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Increase (TRENTON) – As the result of a bill sponsored by Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin (D-Middlesex) and signed into law by the Governor, the minimum wage in New Jersey increases to $12-an-hour beginning today. The Speaker released the following statement: “With the new year... Read more →

NJ Congressman Pleads with Biden to Focus on Funding of Gateway Program

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A New Jersey congressman is calling for President-elect Joe Biden to prioritize – and fund – the Gateway Program. “I know President-elect Biden understands the importance of modern infrastructure to a successful economy,” U.S. Rep. Donald Payne Jr., D-New Jersey,... Read more →

Collingswood Board of Ed. Pays $950,000 to Settle Lawsuit Filed by Student

View Archive → COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (December 31, 2020)--The Collingswood Board of Education Gloucestercitynews.net files recently paid out $950,000 to settle a family's lawsuit, according to TransparencyNJ, which is owned by John Paff. The family alleged that school officials did not take proper steps to prevent their 12-year-old daughter's sexual assaut, which... Read more →

$58 million for New Jersey Police Departments to Purchase Body Cameras for Officers

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law legislation to help municipalities buy body cameras for local police officers. Getty Images The measure makes a $58 million supplemental appropriation for the Department of Law and Public Safety to create the New... Read more →

MV Licenses for those in New Jersey without Legal Immigration Put on Hold

NJ MVC Pushes Implementation Back Due to COVID-19 Burdens Come One, Come All to New Jersey, No Matter your Legal Status (Gloucestercitynews.net files) TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has announced that implementation of licensing for those without legal immigration status will be delayed from the original January 1... Read more →

NJ Tax Collections Drop; Down $538.3 Million...Is There Another Tax Increase Coming?

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey’s tax collections are down so far this fiscal year, even as the state saw revenue increases in select categories, including corporate business taxes. Gloucestercitynews.net files Total fiscal year-to-date collections totaled nearly $10.4 billion, down $548.3 million, or 5%,... Read more →

NJ Residents to Invest $250 Million in Offshore Wind Industry; Facility in Paulsboro

$250 Million, Two-Phased Investment in the Paulsboro Marine Terminal is the Largest Industrial Offshore Wind Investment in the US to Date PAULSBORO, NJ – Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy alongside EEW, Ørsted, legislators and members of the building trades, today to announce a $250 million investment... Read more →

Census Bureau 2020 Estimates: The State of New York Posts Nation's Biggest Population Drop

By Delphine Luneau | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Population estimates for 2020 released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau paint a grim picture for New York, as the Empire State is projected to have lost more residents from the 2019 numbers than any other state in the country.... Read more →

The Political Elite's $2.3 Trillion Omnibus Bill is Full of Wasteful Spending

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square The bill “is an astounding 5,585 pages in length including 544 pages for coronavirus relief, 1,915 pages for appropriations, and 3,126 pages for extensions and corrections." ~CATO Institute’s Chris Edwards (The Center Square) – The $2.3 trillion omnibus bill passed by Congress includes $900... Read more →

Video: Trump Won't Sign Stimulus Package Because Of All The PORK!

WASHINGTON, DC--The $900 BILLION STIMULUS Bill stipulated $198 Billion for the American people and $700 BILLION in "PORK" for "pet projects" of Congress said, President Trump. After going through a list of all the foreign countries that were going to benefit along with naming some of the "pet projects" he mentioned... Read more →

Why Would Gov. Murphy Choose to Visit a Taxpayer Funded Port Over A Privately Funded One

MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante, upon learning Governor Phil Murphy was at the Paulsboro Marine Terminal today, congratulated the Governor on his ability to find Gloucester County. Gloucestercitynews.net files “In most cases I’m happy to welcome someone to Gloucester County but in this case I am sure... Read more →

Understanding the Backdrop of Elite Sports in South Korea

(December 22, 2020)--It is wrong to say that the pandemic of 2020 has kind of highlighted South Korea again in the world map primarily because of its top-class K dramas(ideal for binge-watching) and its quirky boy and girl-bands. While K-Dramas and bands are the latest crazes, the nation of South Korea... Read more →

Jersey Cash 5 Ticket Wins $153,509 Jackpot in Camden County

TRENTON (Dec. 21, 2020) – One lucky ticket matched all five numbers drawn winning the $153,509 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from the Friday, December 18, drawing. The winning numbers were: 01, 16, 17, 34, and 37 and the XTRA number was: 02. The retailer will receive a bonus check for $2,000... Read more →

Everything You Need to Know About Forex Candlestick Patterns

(December 21, 2020)--In all financial markets, the price of any asset is shown in the form of charts that constantly change during a trading session depending on its supply and demand. Candlestick analysis is used to predict the future direction of price movement and make a profitable deal. How to work... Read more →

50 Percent Off Coupons Offered by Businesses in Gloucester City and throughout New Jersey

Gloucester CITY, NJ(December 14, 2020)(CNBNewsnet)--LocalFlavor.com serves communities small and large, with thousands of local Deals and coupons in hundreds of towns and cities across the country. They also offer Deals from select nationwide retailers in your home town. For example here in Gloucester City Vitale's Italian Bistro, 942 Ninth Street, and... Read more →

LineSwings will help gamblers analyze betting opportunities during games

Philadelphia-based startup provides exclusive graphs and sports betting analytics throughout NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and NCAA games (PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 15, 2020) – On the heels of legalized sports betting becoming a reality on mobile devices in 12 states plus Washington D.C., LineSwings launches as an innovative startup to help bettors analyze... Read more →

WEEKLY WASTE BASKET: The Lame Duck Congress Giving Away The Farm

The Lame Duck TikTok Time for the legislative dance to end The lame-duck Congress is living up to its name. With the debates on 2021 spending bills and an additional COVID-19 emergency spending bill converging, some lawmakers appear to be taking their eye off the ball. Rather than ensure a fiscally... Read more →

Newton, NJ Man Charged with Fraudulently Obtaining $5.6 Million Small Business Loan

NEWARK, N.J. – A Sussex County, New Jersey, man will make his initial court appearance today on charges of fraudulently obtaining a federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan of over $5 million, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Azhar Sarwar Rana, 30, of Newton, New Jersey, is charged by complaint with one... Read more →


Pennsylvania’s sportsbooks still post record revenue while online casinos continue their own record growth, according to PlayPennsylvania Gloucestercitynews.net graphic (LAS VEGAS) — Pennsylvania’s sportsbooks produced their second-best monthly handle ever and set a new revenue mark in November. But November’s results still missed the state’s record set in October, a surprising... Read more →

Your Money: Jock Market Approved in NJ

(TRENTON, Dec. 15, 2020) – Backed by many of the giants of the sports betting industry and inspired by a traditional stock exchange, Jock MKT (Jock Market) is officially approved in New Jersey. The new mobile platform allows users to buy and sell virtual shares of NFL, NBA and PGA Tour... Read more →

NJ Transit Agrees with $1.8 billion Funding for Portal Bridge replacement over Hackensack River

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square Winant Avenue Bridge over the Hackensack River, Little Ferry - Ridgefield Park, New Jersey (Gloucestercitynews.net files) (The Center Square) – The NJ Transit board of directors has signed off on a $1.8 billion plan to replace a 110-year-old movable bridge over the Hackensack River... Read more →

A Holiday Guide for Our Elderly Loved Ones

(December 15, 2020)--Christmas can be a wonderful time of the year, and for the fortunate among us, a time that we get to share with our nearest and dearest. However, with every Christmas that passes by, we all age, and some of us will not be as spritely as we once... Read more →

Is it Safe to Use Bitcoin in 2021?

(December 15, 2020)--Most of us have heard of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin before, but what are they? And are they safe to use? If you want to know more about this type of cryptocurrency and whether you should consider using it in 2021, then keep reading below. What is Bitcoin? Cryptocurrencies have... Read more →

How to Make Money from Bitcoin Loophole Platform?

(December 15, 2020)--Make sure about smart feature plans and having useful inspirations means getting the benefits from Bitcoin opportunity markets and knowing about versatile feature plans making sure about instant and smart choices. Investors have the best chance to show their competencies and to best match with the personal interests to... Read more →

The Beginning of COVID-19 Vaccinations in New Jersey Start Tuesday

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey is receiving 76,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, with the first vaccination taking place on Tuesday, according to Gov. Phil Murphy. The vaccine does not mean that residents should stop taking precautions against the virus including wearing masks... Read more →

Why people demand bitcoin?

(December 14, 2020)--Virtual cash, and afterward bitcoin the Super Jackie Bitcoin is numerical cash that vows to change the manner in which individuals use cash. Bitcoins are not genuine coins. They are a code of mystery military code and it is hard to recognize the individuals who use them to purchase... Read more →

Reasons behind bitcoin rates are so volatile

(December 14, 2020)--There are numerous purposes behind the value varieties in the bitcoin spot cost on the Bitcoin Exchanging Trade. Variances are estimated in the exemplary business sectors by the Vacillation List, otherwise called the CBOE Instability List (VIX). Bitcoin changes don't yet have a completely acknowledged record in light of... Read more →

26 Percent Rise in New Unemployment Claims in the State of New Jersey

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – More than 17,000 New Jersey residents filed new claims for unemployment during the week ending Dec. 5, a 26% increase from the prior week, according to figures from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The Labor Department... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Seeks Help from NJBPU

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (December 9, 2020) – Atlantic City Electric has requested New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approval to adjust rates to recover money spent making the local energy grid smarter, stronger and cleaner, enhancing service and delivering safe, reliable and sustainable energy for customers. Efforts to modernize the local... Read more →

News from the City of Gloucester City's Website

CORRECTION CNBNews Editor's Note: The following information was obtained from the Gloucester City Municipal website which was recently redesigned. Some of this information is a few months old. We found it while perusing the city's site and thought it was news that you would appreciate knowing. Some of the highlights include:... Read more →

Gloucester Township Law Enforcement Community Raised $2,300

During No Shave November Event Gloucester Township Police and Gloucester Township FOP Lodge 206 are proud to announce that our GTPD Officers and Employees raised $2,300 during this year's No Shave November Event! This year's donations went to a great cause- helping a brother Police Officers from the Merchantville Police Department... Read more →

Payment Methods in Casinos 2021

(December 10, 2020)--With the rise of technology in online casinos, there are even more payment methods available in 2021. Now gamblers have a wide array of payment options to choose from, varying from credit and debit cards, e-wallets, Bitcoins, and bank wire transfers. We all know that cards are the popular... Read more →

New Board Games for 2021

(December 9, 2020)--Contrary to popular belief, board games are not for kids. Sure, if we’re talking about Sorry or Candyland, even though they’re perfectly fine for adults as well, but generally board games don’t have children-friendly mechanics and rules. 2020 has seen the release of many new board games but the... Read more →

How to create a budget for a small business illustrated by Michael Giannulis

(December 8, 2020)--Small business owners need to figure out many things when it comes to running business ventures. One very significant thing is the business budget, which can be intimidating if you do not know how to handle finances. Finding the right financial information, learning business finance terminologies, and putting all... Read more →

5 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Car Accident Lawsuit

(December 8, 2020)--In any given year, over three million Americans will suffer some form of injury as a result of a motor vehicle crash. Filing a lawsuit allows for financial compensation and makes it easier to get on with your life. If you are filing a vehicle-related lawsuit, make sure to... Read more →


Department of Justice and Partner Agencies Stop the Flow of Fraud Proceeds The U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and six other federal law enforcement agencies announced the completion of the third annual Money Mule Initiative, a coordinated operation to disrupt the networks through which transnational... Read more →

CORRECTION/UPDATE: Regarding Long-Time City Administrator Article

CNBNews EDITOR'S NOTE: Howard Long, Gloucester City solicitor, said today that Mr. Lippsett has not been fired. That there was no dispute between the City and Lipsett regarding a developer and Gloucestercitynews.net files Freedom Pier. "We are in negotiations with Mr. Lipsett, but this is a personnel matter. "The minute I... Read more →

CNB Consumer Alert: Fake calls from Apple and Amazon support

... What you need to know December 3, 2020 by Alvaro Puig Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Scammers are calling people and using the names of two companies everyone knows, Apple and Amazon, to rip people off. Here’s what you need to know about these calls. In one version of the scam,... Read more →

Peyton and Me Meandering Through South Jersey (Gloucester City Chapter V)

Sunset at Freedom Pier, Gloucester City NJ (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews (Gloucester City, NJ)(December 7, 2020)--Peyton and I were cleaning out our photo collection and came upon the one above taken in September at dusk at Freedom Pier. Many people living here today have no idea that... Read more →

Attention Gloucester City Residents, Are You Looking For Work?

KEYBOARDING CLERK I Public Works Apply by December 10, 2020 There is currently one position available for Keyboarding Clerk 1 in the Public Works Department. Under supervision, this candidate will perform routine clerical work including but not limited to typing/data entry, filing, and purchasing/billing. Position responsibility is live operator, answer phone... Read more →