Pedestrian Walking on Thompson Avenue in Gloucester City Attacked by Ferocious Dog (video)

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet On the left are two American Pitbulls, and on the right is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. When it comes to appearance, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier (or American Staffordshire Terrier) is the dog breed that most closely resembles a pitbull. They are the most common dog to be mistaken for pitbull because they have a similar body and head shape and a large neck. (source GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (Sunday, August 7, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)-This past Friday, our neighbor told us a horrific story about a woman being attacked earlier that day in the morning. The neighbor... Read more →

Owner of Philadelphia Consulting Firm Pleads Guilty to Failure to File Tax Returns

HARRISBURG - The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that on August 1, 2022, Reverend Terrence D. Griffith, age 61, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Susan E. Schwab for failure to file a tax return. According to United States Attorney Gerard M. Karam, Griffith was the President of Clearwater Consulting Associates, Inc., located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As the company's responsible party, Reverend Griffith failed to file a tax return for the year 2015. As a part of his guilty plea, Reverend Griffith also acknowledged that he failed to file tax returns... Read more →

Driver Involved in Fatal Magnolia Fire Truck Accident Charged

Magnolia, N.J. – Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay is announcing charges in a fatal motor-vehicle crash that occurred in January of 2022. On July 28, 2022, John Gibson, 29, of Lawnside, NJ, was arrested and charged with two counts of second-degree Vehicular Homicide by Operating a Vehicle Recklessly and causing the deaths of 68-year old John Bishop and 75-year-old Marie Endicott, both of Pine Hill, NJ. Gibson was also charged with third degree Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution.r On January 19, 2022, officers responded to a motor-vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 9:52 a.m., involving a Lawnside Borough Fire Department... Read more →

Down The Shore: Outdoor Adventure in AC

Atlantic City is committed to making every visit a memorable experience, no matter the time of year. As we welcome the anticipated summer season, the city’s outdoor experiences continue to grow with fun-filled activities suitable for both kids and adults. Let’s explore some of the top outdoor experiences that will surely enhance your group visit or vacation at the shore! Atlantic City Cruises Begin your oceanside getaway by making Atlantic City Cruises a part of your itinerary this season. Feel the waves of excitement by boarding the Cruisin’ 1 boat where you can choose from a range of exclusive tours... Read more →

2022 Atlantic City Airshow Wednesday, August 24

DOWN THE SHORE: The 2022 Atlantic City Airshow will be held Wednesday, August 24 at 11:00 a.m. The USAF Thunderbirds will come roaring back as well as the US Army Golden Knights! Visit for more information. PRACTICE DAY Tuesday, August 23 at 11:00 a.m. See and hear Atlantic City Airshow performers as they practice their routines. Performers, time, and schedule is subject to change with no notice. Read more →

New Jersey Offers Sales Tax Holiday for School Supplies

Sales Tax Holiday for Certain Retail Sales August 27, 2022 – September 5, 2022 P.L. 2022, c.21, establishes a Sales Tax Holiday for certain retail sales of computers, school supplies, and sport or recreational equipment when sold to an individual purchaser for non-business use. The Sales Tax Holiday takes place between August 27 through September 5 of 2022. Sellers should not charge Sales Tax on eligible items when purchased during the Sales Tax Holiday. Retail sales of the following are exempt during the Sales Tax Holiday: Certain Computers Computers with a sales price less than $3,000. "Computers" means electronic devices... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Says Thank You to Gaudreau Golf Tournament Sponsors and Players; Tourney Winners Listed

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 7, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester Catholic congratulates all tournament winners during the 6th Annual Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament at Blue Heron Pines on July 29th. We would also like to thank all tournament sponsors for supporting tuition assistance for Gloucester Catholic students. To view all tournament photos, see: TOURNAMENT WINNERS Top Foursome: Matthew Fitzgerald, Cameron Fitzgerald, Paul Blais, Kevin Bishop Closet to Pin: John Gaudreau Longest Drive: Joe Malcarney Straightest Drive: Titus Cooke TOURNAMENT SPONSOR ¨ CDM Electronics MVP SPONSOR ¨ In Memory of Joseph Keller BLUE JACKET HOLE SPONSORS ¨ Sports Management ¨ John Gaudreau -... Read more →

Anna Allen, of Voorhees, formerly of Camden and Gloucester City

On July 27, 2022. Age 86. Of Voorhees, formerly of Camden and Gloucester City, NJ. Born in Philadelphia, PA, she was the daughter of the late, Stephen and Margaret (Kearney) Stevenson. Loving mother of Linda Allen, she will also be missed by her cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Anna was also predeceased by her husband, Joseph Allen, Sr. in April of 1995; sons, Stephen Allen and Joseph Allen, Jr. Anna worked in the restaurant/ hotel industry until she married and began her family. She was very happy to be a homemaker, and enjoyed spending time with her family. Graveside service will... Read more →

American Legion Baseball: Brooklawn Post 72 Defeated by Allentown for Second Year in a Row

Wood Ridge baseball field WOOD RIDGE NJ (August 6, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--For the second year in a row the Brooklawn American Legion Post 72 Red baseball team was knocked out of the state tournament by Allentown American Legion. The NJ American Legion State Championship game was played July 28 game at the Wood Ridge Athletics Complex. The final score was 2-0. Following the game, Allentown baseball manager Sahil Thakur told the Trentonian Times that he and his players had a plan and they stayed "with that strategy" throughout the game. Brooklawn has dominated the State Legion Championship tournament for decades winning 30... Read more →


AND RESILIENCE/STORMWATER UTILITY FEASIBILITY TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS As part of its comprehensive efforts to improve water quality and mitigate the worsening impacts of flooding caused by climate change, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has announced it is seeking applications for $10 million in grants to modernize stormwater management systems and to provide technical assistance to municipal, county and utility authorities to plan to become more resilient, including conducting studies on the feasibility of forming stormwater utilities and resilience planning for local governments impacted by Tropical Storm Ida, that will focus on strategies to better manage the impacts... Read more →

NJ Residents Encouraged to Conserve Water

TRENTON – The Murphy Administration today asked residents and businesses to conserve water as the state continues to experience a persistent period of hot and dry weather. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is responsible for monitoring and protecting the state’s water supply to ensure ample clean, safe water for drinking and other needs. DEP’s Division of Water Supply and Geoscience has been closely monitoring the drier than usual conditions this summer. While these conditions have not significantly impacted drinking water supply indicators statewide, persistently hot and dry conditions could adversely affect water supplies. It is important that residents... Read more →

CNB Political News: Gloucester County GOP Chair Jacci Vigilante Calls Out Election Year Stunt

Republican County Commissioners vote no to election season smoke and mirrors MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante said today that the Democrat-controlled County Board of Commissioners spending freeze resolution passed Wednesday evening is a political stunt. “Suddenly the Democrats on the Board of Commissioners expect the hard-working taxpayer of Gloucester County to believe they are concerned with spending,” GCGOP Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante said. “The truth is they have the same polling number we have and know they are in trouble in November.” Vigilante continued, “If the Democrats were truly concerned about saving money, they would not be... Read more →

Mark D’Amico received a five-year state prison term

The defendant in $402k GoFundMe Scam was Sentenced in Superior Court. Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that one of the defendants who conceived the fictitious GoFundMe “Paying it Forward” campaign was sentenced today to five years in New Jersey state prison for participating in the fraudulent scheme that misled donors into contributing more than $402,000 to a fabricated cause. Mark D’Amico, 43, of Florence, was sentenced in Superior Court in Mount Holly by the Hon. Christopher J. Garrenger, J.S.C., in accordance with a plea agreement negotiated by the Prosecutor’s Office. He pled guilty in December 2019 to Misapplication... Read more →

The Story Behind The Story:

Who Owns That Gloucester City Rental Property?

by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor Arriving in Gloucester City from Camden City via Broadway, the first street you come to is King Street, which runs north to south through the City. Above is King and Monmouth Street intersection, which separates north from south. There are only 92 homes on the street. How many of those homes are rentals? GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 5, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--It is said that great minds think alike. I agree. While Bill Cleary was walking up and down city streets with Peyton observing the town's problems, I was busy doing what I do best - research.... Read more →

CNBNews Comment Rules: No More Unsigned Remarks

CNBNews Comment Rules: No More Unsigned Remarks We no longer accept comments with an anonymous name or a fictitious name. Your submitted remark must contain your full name, street address, phone number, and a working email address. Only your name will be published. The information we request is no different than what Facebook, Twitter, etc ask for. If you believe in what you wrote you should be willing to back it up with your name. If a person is a regular contributor and only wants to use their first or last name with their comment we will allow that as... Read more →

Blockchain technology in simple words

Blockchain is a continuously connected block that contains all records with transactions. Each block wounds information from two adjacent cells. It's like a notepad where you can't change the entries. They are encrypted using a unique combination of letters and numbers. The peculiarity of the blockchain is the ability of everyone to study, view information inside the block, but it is impossible to change it or delete it. Since the data inside this system cannot be forged, it is recognized as anti-corruption. This is a promising technology that became widespread several years ago and is gradually gaining momentum. The global... Read more →

CNBNews Fishing Maryland: Fish Having Tough Time Because of Hot Weather and Lack of Rain

Maryland Fishing Report – August 3 By Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Christine Virgin holds up a big red drum for a picture before slipping it back into the Bay. Photo courtesy of Christine Virgin This is an exciting week for fishing and crabbing in Maryland! The Chesapeake Bay striped bass season has reopened, and more seasonal fish are arriving in the Bay, rivers, and Atlantic Ocean. Remember that hot weather creates tough conditions for undersized striped bass that are caught and released. From now until September, DNR once again will run its striped bass fishing... Read more →

LOVE YOUR MONEY! Gov. Murphy Gives $45M to Jumpstart Electric School Bus Industry in NJ

CNBNews graphic file Trenton – Gov. Murphy signed the electric school bus bill S759 (Diegnan/Greenstein)/A1282 (Stanley/Haider/Timberlake) into law today, which provides a down payment on jump starting the electrification of the state’s bus fleet through providing funding to six different school districts a year over the next three years. The NJ Senate Budget Committee passed S759 on June 16, 2022 by a 23-15 vote. The NJ Assembly passed the legislation (A1282) by a 47-31-1 vote on May 26. “This generation of kids should be the last generation that gets a toxic daily dose of diesel fumes on the way to... Read more →

How to Find Out If Your Partner Is Cheating Online

People can connect and disguise their actions more simply than ever before because of modern technologies. Checking in on a partner's activities nearly always entails some form of surveillance, ranging from closely studying their acts and habits to monitoring their internet activity. Your spouse may be using a computer, cell phone, or tablet to access the internet, making it more challenging for you to watch what they're doing. However, you may do a few things to determine whether they are cheating online. Continue reading to find out if your partner is cheating online and what to do about it: Check... Read more →

Cherry HIll Man Charged with the July 23 Death of a Two-Year-Old-Female

Cherry Hill, N.J.- A 27-year-old Cherry Hill man has been charged in the July 23rd death of a two-year-old female, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Cherry Hill Police Chief Robert Kempf. Walter H. Clark, 27, of Cherry is charged with the following offenses: 1 count 1st Degree Aggravated Manslaughter 1 count 2nd degree Aggravated Assault 2 counts 2nd degree Endangering On July 23, 2022, at approximately 7:46 p.m., emergency medical personnel and officers of the Cherry Hill Police Department responded to a residence on the 300 block of Evergreen Avenue in Cherry Hill for a report a... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Upgrading Customers to New Smart Meters

Smart Energy Network upgrades will enhance grid reliability, provide better information during outages, and support new energy saving tools and programs MAYS LANDING, N.J. (August 4, 2022) – Atlantic City Electric will start the broad installation of new smart meters for its nearly 565,000 customers beginning in September and continuing through 2024. These upgrades are a key element of Atlantic City Electric’s Smart Energy Network, the company’s efforts to create smarter and more resilient energy infrastructure while providing new tools for an enhanced customer experience. “We’re extremely excited about our smart meter installation and the benefits that the Smart Energy... Read more →


Funding opportunity reflects Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to equity and evidence-based solutions to homelessness. Funding opportunity will also support local engagement to increase affordable housing supply WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it will provide $2.8 billion in competitive funding to homeless services organizations across the country for supportive services and housing programs for people experiencing homelessness. The funding opportunity reflects the Biden-Harris Administration’s continued commitment to equity and evidence-based solutions to address homelessness. It also reinforces the Administration’s commitment to boost housing supply and lower costs by supporting local engagement to increase... Read more →

Kenneth Stubbs, 66, of Gloucester City/Bellmawr

Kenneth Stubbs, on July 28, 2022, of Gloucester City; formerly of Bellmawr. Age 66. Beloved husband of the late Donna. Proud father of Julie Stubbs (the late Michael Craig Carroll), Rachel Stubbs, and Lisa Stubbs (Stephen Palumbo). Dedicated and loving Pop Pop of Logan Boyd and John Carroll. Dear brother of Kathleen Ernst (Bruce) and the late Timothy Stubbs. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends. Kenneth was a "master" pinstriper in the car business for over 40 years. He loved watching old-time movies and tv, the outdoors, and animals (especially his pal Gus). Kenneth had... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Horse Falls on Deputy Sheriff Killing Her

Mounted Deputy Nichole Shuff Clare County Sheriff's Department, Michigan End of Watch Friday, July 29, 2022 Clare County, MICHIGAN (CNBNewsnet)--Mounted Deputy Nichole Shuff succumbed to injuries sustained four days earlier when the horse she was riding fell as responded to a medical call at the Clare County Fair. She was getting off her horse to render aid to the citizen when the horse suddenly lost its footing and fell back. Deputy Shuff suffered a serious head injury as a result. Deputy Shuff was kept on life support so her organs could be donated. Deputy Shuff had served as a volunteer... Read more →