CNBNEWS CHEERS AND JEERS FOR MARCH 2021

CHEER--The Cold Springs administration and staff put together a well-organized and safe event for students. They met with families outside to thank us for our help and support throughout this school year and also gave each student a brand new book along with an Easter egg and visit from the Easter bunny. The kids all seemed to enjoy themselves! JEER--Gloucester City is one of the most depressed communities in New Jersey. How can we afford to pay our public servants 60% more than what our middle-class homeowners are earning? We the taxpayers have become the servants who only exist to serve our public employees. No wonder we can't afford any capital improvements that are gravely needed in town!!" RELATED:PROPERTY TAXES Gloucester City in the Top... Read more →


COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD: Rowan at the Bill Butler Invitational

ROWAN MEN’S 4X400 METER RELAY RECORDS TOP TIME IN NCAA DIVISION III AT BILL BUTLER INVITATIONAL CHESTER, PA (April 10, 2021)--– At the Bill Butler Invitational, the Rowan men’s 4x400 meter relay won with a time of 3:15.86, which is currently first in the NCAA Division III. The meet was held at West Chester University. Amara Conte, Vincent Delle, Hunter Barbieri and Francis Terry were on the 4x400 A meter relay. Jah’mere Beasley won the 200 meter dash in 21.72 and was second (11.01) in the 100 meter dash. Nana Agyemang finished first in the long jump with 22’ 8.50” (6.92 m). He had a second place (22.44) in the 200 meter dash and was third (11.17) in the 100 meter dash. In the 400... Read more →


College Lacrosse: Rowan Falls to TCNJ 22-11

EWING, NJ (April 11, 2021)-- - The Rowan women's lacrosse team had three goals apiece from Julia Grlica and Elise Cohan, but fell to 14th-ranked TCNJ, 22-11, in NJAC action today. The Lions scored the game's first four goals before Cohan notched her first for the Profs at 22:50. TCNJ then tallied four consecutive goals to run its lead up to 8-1. Grilica and Julianna Corson tallied back-to-back goals before TCNJ answered back with two more to increase the lead to 8-3. TCNJ (3-2; 1-1 NJAC) scored five of the next six goals to increase its lead to 10-4. Ashley Lechliter netted her first goal of the game during that stretch at 11:18, with the assist coming from Corson. Dara Hennessy had the Profs' last... Read more →


Profs Swept The Scarlet Raiders in NJAC Baseball Doubleheader; Victor Cruz Hit Grand Slam

GLASSBORO, NJ (April 10, 2021)- Senior Alex Kokos surpassed 200 hits for his career, and Victor Cruz hit a grand slam, to lead #20 Rowan to a 14-11 win over Rutgers-Newark. Lefthander Donald Zellman pitched a complete game in a 9-1 win as the Profs swept the Scarlet Raiders in an NJAC baseball doubleheader. Kokos entered the first game needing three hits to reach 200 and did that one better, going 4-for-5 with three runs scored and two RBI in the first-game win. Zellman threw a two-hitter and recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts while allowing just one run in the first complete game as a Prof. GAME 1 The Profs were in charge from the start, jumping out to a 4-0 lead after two innings.... Read more →


Buffalo Bisons to Call Trenton, NJ Home

BY SPECTRUM NEWS STAFF BUFFALO UPDATED 12:00 PM ET APR. 09, 2021 The Buffalo Bisons will not start their season in Buffalo. The Herd will instead call Trenton, New Jersey home, as reported by SpectrumLocalnews.com This is because the Toronto Blue Jays will start playing at Sahlen Field in June. The Jays will continue to play at their Florida training facility until then. The team remains unable to return to Canada due to restrictions at the border and a provincial-wide lockdown in Ontario due to a surge in coronavirus cases. They would play at Sahlen Field for the second straight summer after kicking off the home portion of their schedule at the team’s training facility in Florida. Read more →


Delaware State Police Arrest Westville Man Driving Stolen Vehicle Containing Illegal Drugs

Wilmington, Delaware (April 10, 2021)-- – The Delaware State Police have arrested 26-year-old Ronnie Watkins (no photograph available) of Westville, NJ, in connection with a stolen motor vehicle after a traffic stop Thursday night. The incident occurred on April 8, 2021, at approximately 9:48 p.m., when a trooper on patrol detected a blue Audi A4 traveling above the posted speed limit southbound I-95 at the Brandywine River Bridge inside of a construction zone. The trooper initiated a traffic stop and contact was made with the operator, later identified as Ronnie Watkins, southbound I-95 at Delaware Ave. A computer inquiry was conducted, and it was discovered the suspect’s vehicle was stolen out of Deptford, NJ. Watkins was then taken into custody without incident. A subsequent probable... Read more →


First Bank Participating in the EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee

To Support Youth Financial Education Financial Literacy Month student challenge equips young people with money management skills and supports remote learning HAMILTON, N.J. —April 6, 2021— First Bank today announced that it is sponsoring the EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee, taking place April 1-15, 2021. The EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee is a nationwide financial literacy challenge for high school students. As families across the country are struggling financially in the wake of the pandemic, from unemployment to career shifts to a reduction in income, the EVERFI Financial Literacy Bee provides an opportunity for students to learn the critical importance of saving and budgeting for short-term and long-term financial goals. The virtual challenge, created by social impact education innovator EVERFI, and supported by leading financial institutions nationwide,... Read more →


VIDEO: Dedham HS Football Coach Fired for Objecting to BLM/Critical Race Theory

DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS--Judicial Watch announced that it filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of David Flynn, the father of two Dedham Public School students, who was removed from his position as head football coach after exercising his right as a citizen to raise concerns about his daughter’s seventh-grade history class curriculum being changed to include biased coursework on politics, race, gender equality, and diversity (Flynn v. Forrest et al. (No. 21-cv-10256)). The lawsuit, which was filed in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, seeks damages against the superintendent, high school principal, and high school athletic director for retaliating against Flynn for exercising his First Amendment rights. The lawsuit details that in September 2020, Flynn’s daughter’s seventh-grade history class, which was listed as... Read more →


Murder-Suicide in Carlstadt, NJ

CARLSTADT, NJ--(April 5, 2021)--Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella announced that an investigation revealed JAMES T. COX (DOB: 06/14/77; divorced; unemployed) of 601 6th Street, Carlstadt, NJ, murdered his ex-wife, 34-year-old Massiel S. Deoleo of Mahwah, NJ, and afterward committed suicide. The investigation was conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office under the direction of Sheriff Anthony Cureton, the Mahwah Police Department under the direction of Chief Stephen Jaffe, and the Carlstadt Police Department under the direction of Chief Thomas Berta. On Saturday, April 3, 2021, at approximately 11:48 a.m., the Carlstadt Police Department received a phone call from a family member of Massiel S. Deoleo reporting her missing and stating that they were... Read more →


NJ'S Pick-6 Rolls to $6.5 Million for April 12 Drawing

TRENTON (April 9, 2021) – The Pick-6 drawing on April 8 produced eight winners of $3,791 for matching five out of six white balls drawn. One of those tickets was purchased with XTRA, multiplying the prize to $11,373. The winning numbers for the Thursday, April 8, drawing were: 11, 17, 21, 29, 42 and 45. The XTRA Multiplier was: 03. By adding XTRA for an additional $1.00 per play, winners are able to multiply their non-jackpot prizes by the XTRA number drawn. The $6.5 million drawing will be held Monday, April 12, 2021. Read more →


Stephen M. Fasbinder, of Bellmawr, age 61

Stephen M. Fasbinder, on April 6, 2021, of Bellmawr. Age 61. Beloved husband of Terrie Fasbinder (nee Shomo). Devoted son of Matthew J. Fasbinder and the late Dolores (nee Strootman). Loving brother of Teresa White, x4Matthew Fasbinder (Jennifer), Thomas Fasbinder (Patricia), Paul Fasbinder (Winie), Robert Fasbinder, Barbara Troop (David), Bonnie Jennings (William), Elaine Kay, Edward Fasbinder (Wendy), and Richard Fasbinder (Tina) and many Fasbinder nieces and nephews. Favorite brother-in-law of Stephen Shomo, Monica Shomo, Susan Shomo, and the late Howard Shomo. Wonderful uncle of Stephen Shomo Jr., Victoria Cristella (Joseph), Howard Shomo III (Michelle) and Michael Shomo (Lisa). Steve loved his wife, Terrie, so much, he married her twice. He was one of a kind. Always willing to lend a helping hand. He had a... Read more →


Seven Dead Puppies Dumped Near Route 55, in Vineland; Authorities New Your Help

VINELAND, NJ (April 9, 2021)--Seven dead puppies were found on an entrance ramp to State Route 55 off Sherman Avenue within the city of Vineland, according to The Daily Voice The black and white puppies were about three to four weeks old. Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae said that last Wednesday at 9:44 a.m., a motorist notified the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department that there were dead puppies on an entrance ramp to State Route 55 “Someone in the community is aware that an individual had a litter of puppies that suddenly disappeared," Webb-McRae said. "We are asking the public to give us information that will lead to the identification of the person responsible for discarding these puppies in this irresponsible manner." Any information can be... Read more →


CNB HUNTING/FISHING: Maryland Seeking New Committee Members for Black Bass Advisory Board

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources seeks new committee members for its Black Bass Advisory Committee. Black bass in Maryland includes largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. The Black Bass Advisory Committee (BBAC) was created in response to guidance from the Sport Fisheries Advisory Commission (SFAC). Its purpose is to explicitly provide the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the SFAC advice on black bass fisheries matters. The BBAC receives agendas, meets virtually, discusses agenda topics, and develops consensus on motions that advise the Director of Fishing and Boating Services for the department on matters referenced by the Director. Meeting minutes are drafted following meetings that are held quarterly and are reported directly to SFAC, and uploaded to the department's website. Committee members will be expected... Read more →


Lynn M. Sanderson, 64, of Cherry Hill

Lynn M. Sanderson Age 64 of Cherry Hill On March 30, 2021. Born in Hudson, NY, she is the daughter of the late Andy and Mary (DuPont) Rehder. Lynn is survived by her daughter, Jennifer Lloyd; son, Christopher Sanderson; grandchildren, Livia, Sanderson and Jenna Lloyd. Lynn worked at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Hamilton, NJ as a registered nurse. Funeral Services will be celebrated privately at the family’s convenience. There will be no visitation. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Lynn M. Sanderson. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →


COLLEGE SOFTBALL: ROWAN SOFTBALL EXTENDS WIN STREAK TO EIGHT

JERSEY CITY, NJ – The Rowan softball team extended its win streak to eight games after defeating conference opponent New Jersey City University, 13-1 and 11-0. Both contests were only five innings because of the eight-run rule. In the opener, Rowan compiled 13 hits and pitcher Emily August only allowed one. She struck four batters in two innings. Kelly Duffy (1-0) was on the mound for the final three innings and earned the victory. Seven players contributed with at least one RBI. Shortstop Payton MacNair, third baseman Breanna Bryant and left fielder Morgan Zane each totaled two hits, a double, two RBI and two runs. Catcher Korie Hague and first baseman Cat Thomas had two RBI apiece. Center fielder Rebecca Lombardo and Duffy both added... Read more →


ALL CATHOLIC CONCERT BAND  TO PERFORM ITS ANNUAL FESTIVAL VIA LIVESTREAM TONIGHT

THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA Seventy-four students representing Archdiocesan Secondary Schools and private Catholic High Schools throughout the five-county region have been selected to participate in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 2021 All Catholic Concert Band. This year’s concert is under the direction of guest conductor, Mr. James Colonna, D.M.A, Director of Bands/Graduate Studies in Instrumental Conducting, Messiah University. It will be hosted by Mr. Michael Connor (Class of ’85), President of Cardinal O’Hara High School, Mrs. Eileen Vice (Class of ’89), Principal of Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield (Delaware County), and Mr. Hector Ramirez, Music Director for Cardinal O’Hara High School. Saturday, April 10, 2021 6:30 p.m. Cardinal O’Hara High School To view the livestream of the 2021 All Catholic Concert Band please click here.... Read more →


Instagram Success Tips : Gaining Instagram Followers Faster

Social media is already an internet giant and it is only getting bigger than ever. According to statistics, an average internet user spends 2.5 hours scrolling on social media platforms daily. These stats are shared by more than 3.5 billion people all over the world. There are many purposes these billions of people are active in, from casual to professional. Among the professional reasons, getting viral and marketinģ are on the top. Social media marketing is on the rise and many are getting famous through different online platforms. Instagram has turned out to be a globally favorite platform for both purposes. To succeed in such purposes, you need engagement which comes from having a good amount of followers. Here is a guide that will help... Read more →


Honest Paws: Why President Biden's Dog Keeps Acting Out

News of President Biden's dog having a rough adjustment to life in the White House came out last week, with the information that the dog bit someone inside the home, and did his outside business, well, inside. Only 3 Presidents (including Donald Trump) did not have a White House dog. So what's up? One vet gave us her opinion. "It’s not surprising that the Bidens’ dogs are having a bit of trouble adjusting to life in the White House. In fact, it would be more surprising if the dogs weren’t bothered at all. Think about the experience from a human perspective first: if you would find it stressful to move to another state, to another home much different than what you were used to, with... Read more →


CNB CONSUMER TIPS: Sixty Home Improvement Ideas In Sixty Seconds

For those who have an abundance of extra time on their hands due to the COVID19 isolation restrictions, which are keeping us at home, you may be ready to tackle those DIY projects after much procrastination. Using supplies around the house or by ordering those online, time may be productively spent on brightening up our homes, making those safer, more energy efficient and more enjoyable to live in. With a little ingenuity and creativity we can make some easy, low budget, long lasting, family-friendly changes. For those handy people who want to keep calm and carry on during the quarantine and like to tinker with tools, paint decoratively, spruce up kitchens and bathrooms, make better use of space or beautify their backyards, here are the... Read more →


OpenSecrets.org: McConnell battles corporate America after benefiting from business interests

Corporate America is clashing with GOP leaders over Georgia Republicans’ bill to overhaul voting laws, representing another break between the two forces that have long been closely aligned. MITCH MCCONNELL (Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images) A slew of corporations have denounced the legislation over measures that civil rights groups argue that would restrict voting access for people of color. Delta Air Lines and Coca Cola, both headquartered in Georgia, are among some 100 companies to release statements opposing the bill. Major League Baseball moved its All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver in response to outcry over the law. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) — a top beneficiary of political donations from business interests — made headlines this week when he issued a... Read more →


HELP WANTED: PATRON SERVICES ASSOCIATE

Kimmel Center, Inc. Patron Services Associate Department: Ticket Philadelphia Reports to: Patron Services Manager Status: Non-exempt, Part-time About Ticket Philadelphia Ticket Philadelphia is the official ticket seller for shows presented at the Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music and the Merriam Theatre. Our contact center, box office, and website provide exceptional customer service for all events on the Kimmel Center Campus. Ticket Philadelphia provides services for Kimmel Center Resident Companies including The Philadelphia Orchestra, The Philly Pops, The Pennsylvania Ballet, as well as other local cultural organizations including Capitol Philharmonic of New Jersey. Open 7 days a week, Ticket Philadelphia contact center manages an average of 300-800 calls per day and tickets over 1,800 events per year. Summary: The Patron Services Associate is responsible for providing superlative customer service... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Surf Fishing Permit Vouchers to be Issued April 14

In response to the eighth modification to the COVID-19 emergency order, issued by Gov. John Carney on March 29, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will issue up to 1,000 additional one-year surf fishing permits for 2021, with a special voucher distribution Wednesday, April 14. Those who wish to purchase one of the additional 1,000 one-year surf fishing permits must first acquire a special voucher. Vouchers will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on April 14, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the following locations until the allotted vouchers have been distributed: Brandywine Creek State Park: Hawk Watch parking lot – 150 vouchers available Lums Pond State Park: Area 1 Day Use area – 125 vouchers available Killens Pond State... Read more →


How to Make Traveling with Asthma Easy & Stress-Free

Having a chronic disease can interfere with several aspects of your regular life. It can become even more debilitating when you have a serious respiratory disorder, such as asthma. Whether you’re planning an outing with your friends or going on a solo vacation, the thought of having your next asthma attack always lingers at the back of your mind. But this doesn’t mean asthma should stop you from traveling and exploring faraway places. It’s a fairly common respiratory disorder that affects roughly 25 million people in the U.S. This means living a normal life and traveling with asthma shouldn’t be exceptionally difficult. However, if you have asthma, the thought of traveling to an unfamiliar place can send chills down your spine. What if the high... Read more →


The State of Maryland Opens "Special COVID19 Vaccine Clinic" Just for Latinos

While many Maryland residents wait patiently to receive their government-funded COVID-19 vaccine, the state’s two biggest counties—both illegal immigrant sanctuaries—have launched a “special clinic” to inoculate 600 Latinos a week. The exclusive operation will be stationed at the Adventist HealthCare facility in Takoma Park, which is situated in Montgomery County, Maryland’s most populous. The shots will also be offered to Latinos who live in nearby Prince George’s County. Recipients will be “preselected” by an area open borders group, Casa de Maryland, and a Latino Health Initiative launched by Montgomery County two decades ago. In a statement announcing the venture public officials claim that it will help overcome inequities in the vaccine rollout as well as general health disparities that plague poor minority communities. Judicial Watch... Read more →