Man Arrested in Fatal Maple Shade Apartment Murder

Burlington County Acting Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw and Maple Shade Police Chief Christopher J. Fletcher announced that a 22-year-old Clementon man has been charged with fatally shooting a resident of the Fox Meadow apartments earlier this year in the parking lot of the complex. Teon Macklin-Goodwine, of the Tory Estates apartments, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Robbery (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree) and Certain Persons Not to Have Weapons (Second Degree). Macklin-Goodwine was taken into custody yesterday by officers from the Camden County Sheriff’s Department... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on McDaniel College Undergraduates

WESTMINSTER, MD (06/21/2022)-- McDaniel College announces its Spring 2022 Dean's List, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement, including: Mary Clothier of Lumberton Township (08048) with High Honors Jessica Luhr of Mount Laurel (08054) with Honors Madison Whalen of Magnolia (08049) with High Honors Angela Dinunzio of Moorestown (08057) with Honors Jennifer Robinson of Sicklerville (08081) with Honors Billy Wheatley IV of Galloway (08205) with Highest Honors Nicholas Razze of Pitman (08071) with Honors Erin Cunnane of Cinnaminson (08077) with Highest Honors Logan Sweeney of Mount Laurel (08054) with Highest Honors Katelyn Van Mater of Sewell (08080) with Honors... Read more →


Pennsylvania House Passes Bill Legalizing Fentanyl Testing Strips, Addict Will Know If Drug IS PURE!

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square Jun 22, 2022 HARRISBURG, PA (The Center Square) – Drug overdose deaths have risen sharply in Pennsylvania in recent years, and the General Assembly is taking harm-reduction efforts more seriously than in the past. On Monday, the House unanimously passed a bill, HB1393, that would legalize fentanyl test strips for personal use so drug users could know the purity of their substances. The strips are currently classified as drug paraphernalia and illegal. Fentanyl pills (CNBNews graphic file) Pennsylvania is third in the nation for overdose drug deaths, with 5,360 people dying in 2021,... Read more →


Newark school board approves changes to attendance, discipline, graduation

By Catherine Carrera The Newark Board of Education approved updates to several policies Tuesday that will, among other changes, modify the way absences are tracked and suspensions are imposed. Certain rules embedded in the old policies contributed to an unclear number of retentions and suspensions. For example, a clause in the previous attendance policy would keep a student in the same grade due to chronic absenteeism without considering the cause of the absences. New language in the policies aims to keep students in school and on track, Superintendent Roger León said. The updated attendance policy and guidance will give attendance... Read more →


Federal Gov. Files Lawsuit Against Walmart

By Bridget Small June 28, 2022 Scammers want payments that are quick, anonymous, and tough to reverse. In other words, scammers are asking for wire transfers. That’s why money transfer businesses like Walmart need to warn people about fraud risks and train employees to spot scams. And that’s why the FTC is suing Walmart in federal court. The FTC says Walmart has known for many years that scammers use its locations to get money for grandparent, romance, and other scams, but it didn’t properly warn people or train its employees to prevent fraud. According to the FTC, many Walmart locations... Read more →


Gloucester City Summer Concert Series July 12 Skip Denenberg and Don Van Winkle

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (JUNE 28, 2022)--The Gloucester City Summer Concert series continues on July 12 with Skip Denenberg and Don Van Winkle with the opening act Kenneth Beckett. All shows at Proprietor's Park, King and Powell Streets from 7 PM to 9 PM. Read more →


Maryland Commercial Mature Female Hard Crab Catch Limits July 1 to Dec. 15

PUBLIC NOTICE The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fishing and Boating Services Commercial Mature Female Hard Crab Catch Limits July 1 through December 15, 2022 WHAT THIS NOTICE DOES The Secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, in consultation with blue crab advisory groups, announces the commercial mature female hard crab catch limits for the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries for July 1 through December 15, 2022. Effective 12:01 a.m. July 1, 2022, the bushel limits are: Mature female hard crab bushel limits are based on results of the winter crab dredge survey conducted by the Maryland Department... Read more →


NRA-ILA OPINION: STOP THE ANTI-GUN TRENTON POLITICIANS

PRESS RELEASE TRENTON, NJ--Anti-gun politicians in Trenton will have their opportunity this week to lash out against New Jersey gun owners who secured a major victory last week in the United States Supreme Court. Concealed carry, which for decades has been denied to Garden State gun owners, was reaffirmed as the “law of the land” last week. The state must start issuing permits to qualified gun owners who satisfy objective standards, and the Attorney General was forced to issue an order last week to law enforcement compelling them to stop enforcing “justifiable need.” Last week, your NRA-ILA also testified against... Read more →


Brian S. Hunter, age 49, of Gloucester City; Union Carpenter Local Union 58, Philadelphia

On June 26, 2022. Age 45. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of Barbara “Barbie” Hunter (nee Letzgus). Loving father of Tyler Hunter, Taylor Hunter and Hayden Hunter. Cherished son of Wayne and Rhonda Hunter (nee Myers). Beloved brother of the late Timothy Hunter. Cherished nephew of William Hunter, John Hunter, Cathy Bruccoliere, Shirley Hunter, Dawn Smith, Kelly Schaeffer and the late Milton Hunter. Also survived by his loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Brian was a union carpenter for Local Union 158 in Philadelphia, PA. He was an avid sports fan and loved to sing. Relatives, friends and fellow union members... Read more →


The Best Personal Website Examples

There are so many excellent personal websites on the web that it's difficult to pick just one as the best. You could go for a standard resume, but why not go for something more exciting and creative? Many resources online talk about the best personal website examples, with their own strengths and weaknesses. In this article, we will highlight a few of them. Kyle Craven's portfolio You can visit Kyle Craven's portfolio website to learn more about his work. He lives in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and works as the manager of his father's construction business. His portfolio website is simple,... Read more →


CHUCKLES: Blonde Men, It Had To Come Sooner or Later!

TAKE A FEW MOMENTS AND HAVE A GOOD LAUGH via GIPHY A blonde man is in the bathroom, and his wife shouts: "Did you find the shampoo?" He answers, “Yes, but I'm not sure what to do... it's for dry hair, and I've just wet mine.” A blonde man spies a letter lying on his doormat. It says on the envelope "DO NOT BEND." He spends the next 2 hours trying to figure out how to pick it up. A blonde man shouts frantically into the phone, "My wife is pregnant, and her contractions are only two minutes apart." "Is... Read more →


How to Find Freelance Work 

When you decide to take the plunge and go freelance, there is no doubt that it can feel like a major step. At the same time, you need to think about how you are going to be able to get a steady stream of work to you. Otherwise, it is all too likely that you are going to get into a situation in which you are struggling and not able to deal with all the challenges that are in front of you properly. So, let’s take a closer look at finding freelance work and how you can do this well.... Read more →


Supreme Court Overturns Maine's Ban on State Tuition Assistance for Students Attending Religious Schools

By Casey Harper | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned Maine’s ban on state tuition assistance to students attending religious schools in an education case that could have big implications for schools around the country. The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in Carson v. Makin. The dispute began when the state of Maine created a tuition assistance program for rural areas without public schools. The program, though, explicitly said that state funds could not be used at religious private schools, only secular schools. A family sued the state of Maine saying they should... Read more →


CONGRATULATIONS: Meals on Wheels of Ocean County Wins $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist® Grant

Manahawkin Organization is One of 100 Countrywide Winners In just 10 days, 88,000 people cast more than 2 million votes in support of their favorite causes. As a result, 100 communities, in 34 states, including Meals on Wheels of Ocean County, is getting an assist from State Farm®. The 100 winners are each receiving $25,000 grants to support local community causes. Meals on Wheels is based in Manahawkin and provides 260,000 nutritious meals to frail and homebound senior citizens, throughout Ocean County, each year. “Meals on Wheels of Ocean County gained enough votes from the community to finish as one... Read more →


Many Shipping Ports in New Jersey Are Facing Logistics Crisis Due To Labor Shortages

Container ship docked at Holt Logistics Terminal, Gloucester City NJ (CNBNewsnet file photo 2007) (The Center Square) – Americans buying 30% more goods from overseas has helped create a logistics crisis at ports caused by a labor shortage and practices of ocean carriers that exacerbate the problems. Since the start of the pandemic, a 30% increase in the volume of freight coming into the Port of New York-New Jersey has been seen, Lisa Yakomin, president of the Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers, told The Center Square. The organization represents the trucking industry and industry-related companies doing business at the port.... Read more →


CNB SPORTS NEWS: Illinois American Legion Team Buddies Up for Kids With Disabilities

By Jeff Stoffer PRINTED HERE WITH PERMISSION OF THE AMERICAN LEGION There’s much more to American Legion Baseball than batting averages and fielding skills. That’s a lesson Matt Johnson learned in Little League when his coach was Marty Conatser, who would go on to serve as American Legion national commander in 2007 and 2008. “We’re here to develop kids, not just to win baseball games,” says Johnson, coach of Champaign, Ill., Post 24’s prep team for players 14 and under. It’s a lesson that sticks with him today. As the Post 24 team stood at 9-3-1 for the season, players... Read more →


Virtua Health’s Rectal Cancer Program Receives Prestigious Accreditation

Virtua recognized as a National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (Marlton, NJ…) Virtua Health’s Rectal Cancer Program is now recognized as a National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC). Virtua’s program is one of less than 60 in the U.S. to qualify for this prestigious accreditation; and one of two in the state of New Jersey. To achieve NAPCR accreditation, a rectal cancer center must demonstrate compliance with the NAPRC standards addressing program management, clinical services, and quality improvement for patients. Centers are required to establish a multidisciplinary rectal cancer team that includes clinical representatives from surgery, pathology, radiology, radiation... Read more →


NJ Politics: Congressional Candidate Gustafson Says Norcross's Gas Bill Nothing But Hot Air

Will Norcross’s GOUGE Act gouge taxpayers Gustafson: “I immediately become suspicious any time Donald Norcross proposes anything that offers tax breaks.” COLLINGSWOOD – Responding to another email from Congressman Donald Norcross last week about suspending the federal gas tax and touting his “GOUGE Act” Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s First Congressional District, Claire Gustafson, said the email is nothing more than campaign rhetoric from the Congressman’s office. Claire Gustafson “In theory, a temporary suspension of federal gas taxes will provide some financial relief for hard-working New Jerseyans but I immediately become suspicious any time Donald Norcross proposes anything... Read more →


New Playground Coming to Proprietor's Park

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (JUNE 27, 2022)--The City of Gloucester City has been awarded $247,000 Community Capital Needs Grant from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA )and the Neighborhood Preservation Program for an inclusive Playground at Proprietor's Park. This grant will provide for the construction of a playground which will be available to all children with different levels of ability. With the additional assistance of funds from the Camden County Commissioners' Open Space Recreation Grant, the park will be accessible for any types of assistive devices for children to enjoy. For more information, contact Lori Ryan, Director of Community... Read more →


A LOOK BACK AT THE BEGINNING OF AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL

History of American Legion Baseball American Legion Baseball is a national institution, having thrived through a world war, several national tragedies, and times of great prosperity as well as great despair. The league still stands behind the traditional values upon which it was founded in 1925. American Legion Baseball has taught hundreds of thousands of young Americans the importance of sportsmanship, good health and active citizenship. The program is also a promoter of equality, making teammates out of young athletes regardless of their income levels or social standings. American Legion Baseball has been and continues to be, a stepping stone... Read more →


Adjusting New Jersey income tax for inflation supported

By Bob Pepalis | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – A Republican budget plan for New Jersey includes adjusting the state income tax for inflation, an idea that a research and educational organization has advocated for the past year. State Republican leaders planned to use the state’s huge surplus to send direct payments to consumers to offset high inflation, the New Jersey Monitor reports. They also want to make tax bracket adjustments to account for more than 20 years of inflation, increase state school aid, and stop the state from diverting municipal energy taxes away from its cities.... Read more →


Inspired Earns iGaming License in Pennsylvania – Here's What You Need to Know   

As part of its ongoing North American growth, gaming machine and virtual sports provider Inspired Entertainment has obtained a new license in Pennsylvania. Continue reading if you want to find out more about the company’s iGaming license in Pennsylvania, and check out the link above to find out more about the state’s bustling iGaming industry. What Does It Mean? Inspired is able to provide its online games to authorized operators in the US states thanks to the interactive gaming manufacturer licensese approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Commission. According to Inspired, its interactive content will debut in Pennsylvania this summer, with... Read more →


CNBNews Guest Opinion:

The Shaky Roe v. Wade Overturned: A Legally, Morally and Culturally Correct Decision

By Marc Ang | CNBNews Contributor Roe v. Wade was just overturned, which marks an overplayed fear among the left side of the political spectrum, ironically during a Democratic Biden administration. So finally, after freaking out for years, it finally happened. And it happened through a series of events the left created for themselves exposing what a shaky foundation the original was on. CNBNews graphic file Brought to you by the 6-3 conservative Supreme Court, let’s dissect this cultural moment and how the perfect storm was created. First of all, Roe v. Wade was always on shaky ground. The very... Read more →


Bridget Keenan, of Trenton, age 37

On June 21, 2022. Age 37. Of Trenton, NJ. Loving and devoted mother of Maria Alonso. Cherished daughter of Janet Keenan and the late John Keenan, Jr. Beloved sister of Kate Keenan and her dearest longtime friend James E. Kremmel. Bridgit was born in Meadowbrook, PA and was a longtime server at Mastori’s Diner in Bordentown. Bridgit, my special daughter loved her family. We were always a team. She brought so much joy and love into everything she did. At the request of the family, cremation and services are private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the... Read more →


SEPTA Board Okays Fiscal Budget, No Fare Increase, In Fact Expect to See Decreases

PHILADELPHIA (June 23, 2022) – SEPTA’s Board today approved Operating and Capital Budget proposals for Fiscal Year 2023, advancing plans to fund everyday operations and major improvement projects. SEPTA’s fiscal year covers the 12-month period from July 1 through June 30. The $1.61 billion Operating Budget includes fare enhancements designed to boost ridership post-COVID and allows for the expansion of SEPTA Key Advantage, the Authority’s new institutional pass program. SEPTA Key Advantage allows participating institutions to acquire SEPTA Key cards directly from the Authority and distribute them to employees. While Phase I is underway with Drexel University, Penn Medicine, and... Read more →