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HIP! HIP! HOORAY! Can We Get A Shout Out for the Camden County Public Works Department

UPDATED/CORRECTED...with new photos and documents Virtual Town Meeting to Inform Residents of Gloucester City and Brooklawn About Transportation Improvements to CR 551 William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews. December 21, 2018 CNBNews photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 21, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—A pedestrian (above, left) was trying to make her way from Brooklawn into Gloucester City via Broadway today around 11 AM. The tide was receding but even so water was up to her knees. Each time a car sped by the wave from the vehicle would stop her from walking any further. The second arrow in the background points to the Little... Read more →


Pagans MC Member Zach Miller Sentenced to 10 Years Imprisonment for Distribution of "Crank"

PITTSBURGH, PA (January 21, 2022)--- A former resident of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was sentenced in federal court on charges of violating federal narcotics trafficking laws, United States Attorney Cindy K. Chung announced today. RELATED: Gloucester City Police Chief: There Was No Fight Between Pagans and Warlocks MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES OF THE PAGANS OUTLAW MOTORCYCLE GANG ARRESTED IN TRI-STATE AREA SWEEP SCI Releases Report on Pagan's MC Gang Zachary Miller, 28, was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and four years of supervised release by United States District Judge Robert J. Colville. In conjunction with the sentencing hearing, the Court was informed that... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: Kutztown University

Announces Fall 2021 Dean's List KUTZTOWN, PA (01/19/2022)-- More than 1,920 students have been named to the Fall 2021 Dean's List at Kutztown University. To be eligible for the Dean's List, an undergraduate student must be registered for at least 12 credits and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60. Christina M Alepa of Lumberton, NJ (08048) Kelly N Askins of Galloway, NJ (08205) Abigail K Begolly of Lumberton, NJ (08048) Emma N Bowers of Burlington, NJ (08016) Madison T Brzozowski of Mickleton, NJ (08056) Olivia E Buccilli of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054) Olivia Eilbacher of Cherry Hill, NJ... Read more →


The Public Demands Federal Government Declare Illicit Fentanyl a Weapon of Mass Destruction

A record 100,000+ annual drug-related deaths, news that illicit fentanyl is the #1 killer of 18 – 45 year-olds drives grassroots momentum calling for federal action Akron, OH — Today Families Against Fentanyl announced it had surpassed 25,000 signers of its petition asking the United States government to declare illicit fentanyl a Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD). They join a who’s who of bipartisan leaders who are calling for the WMD designation. The milestone was achieved in the aftermath of CDC data released in 2021 projecting that more than 100,000 people died of drug-related causes in the previous calendar year,... Read more →


CNB News Tribute to NJ College Students: Shippensburg Fall 2021 Dean's List

SHIPPENSBURG, PA (01/18/2022)-- Shippensburg University is pleased to announce the names of the outstanding undergraduates who have earned the distinction of being named to the Dean's List for the fall 2021 semester. Local students include: Lindsay Tripodo of Gibbsboro majoring in Communication Journalism with the College of Arts and Sciences Suzanna Dietrich of Ocean City majoring in Exercise Science with the College of Education & Human Services Lydia Bauer of Chesterfield majoring in Special Ed & ECH Ed with the College of Education & Human Services Mya Silva of Westampton majoring in Business Admin General with the Grove College of... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Ultimate Disrespect When Kelly Ernby’s Death Is Used To Fight About COVID  

By Marc Ang Tireless grassroots conservative activist and Orange County Deputy DA Kelly Ernby passed a few weeks ago supposedly from COVID complications. The shock reverberated through the Orange County conservative community as one of the GOP’s beloved rising stars, a kind-hearted 46-year-old blonde with a beautiful smile, passed prematurely. Just hours after her passing, opportunistic Republicans were the first jumping out in front of the media, acting like they were best friends with her, providing unverified accounts to the media, saying the death was due to COVID complications. I question the wisdom of that tweet. Why go out right... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: University of Alabama

Dean's, President's Lists Students Named for UA Fall 2021 Term TUSCALOOSA, AL (01/19/2022)-- A total of 11,979 students enrolled during the fall 2021 term at The University of Alabama were named to the dean's list with an academic record of 3.5 (or above) or the president's list with an academic record of 4.0 (all A's). Gianna Lorito of Bridgeton (08302) was named to the Deans List list. Shannon Conover of Brigantine (08203) was named to the Deans List list. Joseph Hoffman of Chesterfield (08515) was named to the Presidents List list. Matthew Kay of Cinnaminson (08077) was named to the... Read more →


CNB Medical News: Virtua Health “Hospital at Home” Program

South Jersey health system is first in the Greater Philadelphia region to bring hospital-level care into select patients’ homes (MARLTON, N.J. -- January 19, 2022)…Virtua Health announces the start of its Hospital at Home program – an innovative initiative that will allow eligible patients who meet certain criteria to heal from the comfort of their home rather than a hospital room. One patient recovering from COVID-19 enrolled in the program today, which includes twice-daily visits from Virtua staff, remote monitoring, and video calls with clinicians, among other services. The Hospital at Home model offers advantages to both patients and providers... Read more →


Video:Ben Gravy and the “Biggest Surf Ever in NJ”

The dream is absolutely real here at home! This swell is truly the biggest surf ever (in my opinion) that people have attempted to surf in NJ. Winter Storm Izzy brought historic & massive surf in New Jersey & I literally can't even believe my life. These are easily the biggest waves I've ever seen in New Jersey. Not much else can be said, I am baffled!! Thanks for all the stoke & support, FOR THE DREAM!! - Ben Follow Us on Instagram: @bengravyy @jverni_ Clothes & Accessories: https://www.wavebandit.com/collection... Wetsuits: https://hyperflexusa.com/categories/b... Soft Top Surfboards: https://www.wavebandit.com/collection... CBD Aloha: https://cbd-aloha.com/ Fiberglass Surfboards:... Read more →


New Jersey Irish Society Honoring Mary Patricia Boyle

Please join us for a fun-filled evening honoring Mary Patricia Boyle, retired Superintendent of Schools of the Diocese of Camden who now serves as a volunteer at Gloucester Catholic Junior-Senior High School. Mary has served in Catholic school education in various roles for 45 years providing immeasurable contributions and educational expertise to the community. Mary also serves on the Board of the Donegal Association of Philadelphia, as the financial secretary. Entertainment Featuring: The Susan and Gerard Band, with Susan Gillespie, the “Sweetheart of Mayo” **Ticket price includes a delicious traditional Irish dinner, as well as dessert selection and beer and... Read more →


Consumer Alert: FTC names 25 sellers who must stop making unsubstantiated COVID treatment claims

January 19, 2022 by Colleen Tressler Division of Consumer and Business Education, FTC As part of the FTC’s ongoing efforts to protect you from shady sellers during the pandemic, the agency sent cease and desist demands to 25 companies that claimed their products can prevent or treat COVID-19. Treatments peddled by these companies include the use of vitamin C infusions, Ivermectin, peptide therapies, herbal remedies, teas, juices, filtered water, nasal irrigation, and seaweed extract. But there is no proof, as required by law, that any of these products can prevent or treat COVID-19 or the Delta or Omicron variants. The... Read more →


Gloucester City Republican Ticket for November’s 2022 Election Announced

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 21, 2022)(CNBNEWSNET)—The Gloucester City Republican organization released the following press release today containing the names of the three council candidates running in the November election. Gloucester City, here is your Republican ticket for the 3 City Council At-Large seats up for election this fall. JASON FANNING Jason Fanning: Former US Army Combat Engineer, "No Mission Too Difficult". Jason is also a successful businessman who built from scratch the largest company in his trade in South Jersey, with a reach as far west as the Pacific Coast. Jason also has executive experience governing a small community, which... Read more →


Northeast Philly Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty to 29 Counts of Filing False Tax Returns

PHILADELPHIA PA (January 20, 2022)--– United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Eric Amaefuna, 65, of King of Prussia, PA, pleaded guilty to engaging in a multi-year scheme to assist clients with filing false income tax returns in order to fraudulently increase the amount of the refund they received. In April 2021, the defendant was charged with Indictment with 29 counts of aiding and assisting in the preparation of false income tax returns. At the time of the charged conduct, Amaefuna was the owner of American Financial Stewardship (AFS), a tax preparation business on Bustleton Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia.... Read more →


Syd Carpenter Honors the Legacy of African Horticulture

in New Solo Exhibition at Rowan University Art Gallery Earth Offerings: Honoring the Gardeners Exhibition Dates: January 24 to March 26, 2022 Opening Reception and Artist Talk: February 3, 5-7 pm Artist talk begins at 5:30 pm Rowan University Art Gallery is thrilled to present Earth Offerings: Honoring the Gardeners, a new solo exhibition of Syd Carpenter’s ceramic sculptures. The exhibition debuts January 24, 2022, with an opening reception and artist talk on February 3, from 5-7 pm. Through her work, Syd Carpenter identifies and honors the legacy of African American farmers and gardeners. In her new series Farm Bowls,... Read more →


Florence R. Greeley formerly of Westville. Age 102.

Florence R. Greeley (nee Barrett), on January 17, 2022, formerly of Westville. Age 102. Beloved wife of the late John P. Greeley. Devoted mother of Walter Bednarczyk (the late Doris), Adam Bednarczyk (the late Virginia), April DiRocco (Joe), and Denise Goss (Jim) and stepmother of Patricia Greely and the late Howard Greeley. Loving grandmother of Tracy Bilski, John P. Bednarczyk, Heather McIntyre, Angela Panaro, Denise Perkins, the late Steven Bednarczyk and Michael Gibbons and great grandmother of Sofia, Nicholas, Vincent, Hank, Jocelyn, Eric, Makayla, and Jayden. Dear sister of the late Mary Cowdrick, Ruth Kurtz, Frank Barrett, and Herb Barrett.... Read more →


Dads’ Resource Center tries to prevent this tragedy from unfolding

A Willing and Able Father Faces the Termination of his Parental Rights STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (January 18, 2022) – The child welfare and family court systems are supposed to protect children and promote strong families. But there is yet another horrifying example of how they hurt children by denying them access to their fathers. York County Children and Youth in Pennsylvania has petitioned for a hearing on February 2, 2022, to terminate the parental rights of Melsaunto Davis. If successful, they will deny his 9-year-old son any contact with his natural family for the rest of his childhood. “This... Read more →


Help Wanted: Civil Service Commission announces test for position of Police Officer in Maple Shade

The NJ Civil Service Commission has posted a testing announcement for the position of Police Officer in Maple Shade. The test is open to residents of the State of NJ between the ages of 18 and 35. Applicants must be citizens of the U.S., graduate from high school or vocational high school or possess an approved high school equivalent certificate and possess a valid NJ driver’s license. Applications are being accepted on the NJ Civil Service Commission website until 28 February 2022. See attached link for further information and application. https://info.csc.state.nj.us/Vats/WebAnno.aspx?FileNumber=34073 Address/Location Maple Shade Township Police Department 200 N Stiles... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Assessing Biden's First Year

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue assesses President Biden's first year: January 20 marks President Biden's first year in office. We leave it to others to assess his record on the economy, COVID, our southern border, foreign policy and other issues. On the policies that matter most to us—the life issues and religious liberty—he has failed. We have links to three reports: President Biden's first day in office; his reversal of President Trump's religious liberty policies; and the extent to which his policies departed from Catholic teachings. President Trump issued one executive order on his first... Read more →


Live Action Marches for Life, Implores The Nation to “Love Them Both” 

Hundreds of thousands expected to march in DC in January to end abortion in America. Washington, DC -- Pro-life organization Live Action – one of the nation’s leading human rights nonprofits, with the largest and most engaged following in the global pro-life movement – will attend the annual March for Life on Friday, January 21, 2022. Alongside dedicated volunteers and Live Action Ambassadors, Live Action will distribute approximately 20,000 signs displaying the vital message “Love Them Both” as well as other messages highlighting Live Action’s Baby Olivia. “For almost 50 years advocates in defense of our basic human right to... Read more →


*Gloucester City Police Department Accepting Applications for Patrolman

x REQUIREMENTS: Before proceeding, you MUST Click here and read the 2022 Law Enforcement Examination Fact Sheet. EDUCATION: Applicants must have graduated from high school or vocational high school or possession of an approved high school equivalent certificate. AGE: Not less than 18 nor more than 35 years of age at the announced closing date for filing applications for the position. In determining maximum age eligibility of veterans, the time spent in active military service during periods specified in Civil Service Commission law and rules will be deducted from the attained age. NOTE: Appointees will be required to successfully complete... Read more →


Gloucester County Honors Eagle Scouts

Pictured: Daniel Carbone, Pratik Jocob, Adam Williams and Lucas Santos with Commissioner Jim Jefferson. On Monday, January 10, 2022, at the Woolwich Municipal Building, Commissioner Jefferson recognized four young men that obtained the rank of Eagle Scout. Daniel Carbone, Pratik Jocob, Adam Williams, and Lucas Santos are all involved in Boy Scouts Troop 13. Combined, they have performed over 300 hours of community service, camped 146 nights, hiked 137 miles with their troop, and acquired 114 merit badges. Congratulations on your hard-earned achievement! Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Ultimate Disrespect When Kelly Ernby’s Death Is Used To Fight About COVID

By Columnist Marc Ang | CNBNews Contributor Tireless grassroots conservative activist and Orange County Deputy DA Kelly Ernby passed a few weeks ago supposedly from COVID complications. The shock reverberated through the Orange County conservative community as one of the GOP’s beloved rising stars, a kind hearted 46 year old blonde with a beautiful smile, passed prematurely. Just hours after her passing, opportunistic Republicans were the first jumping out in front of the media, acting like they were best friends with her, providing unverified accounts to the media, saying the death was due to COVID complications. I question the wisdom... Read more →


Maggie Hagan of Gloucester City, 56

On January 14, 2022. “Maggie” was 56. Of Gloucester City. Born in Camden, she was the daughter of the late Raymond C. Hagan and Myrtle J. (Marks) Donahue. Maggie is survived by her beloved partner of 30 years, Alton Baker; loving children, Marie, Ray, Paul, Brittany, Justin, Holly and Cheryl; 5 step-children; Robert, Alton L. Michael, Kelly, Laura; 28 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. She was also predeceased by her son, John. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Maggie’s visitation on Friday, January 21, 2022 from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm at the McCann-Healey Funeral Home, 851 Monmouth Street,... Read more →


Is Delta 9 Gummies the Same as Delta 8 Gummies?

Most people have heard of Delta 8, an edible cannabis oil that is used for medicinal or recreational purposes. It has been around for a year now, and thousands of patients in Canada are using it. However, Delta 9 has recently hit the market as a new form of cannabis-infused edibles. It contains a higher concentration of THC than Delta 8, which allows it to give users the same effect as Delta 8, but with more potency. This article will answer some questions about how these two products compare to one another and what differences might exist between them. What... Read more →


Gloucester City Council Jan. 20 Caucas Meeting Agenda

Click images to enlarge Date: Thursday, January 20, 2022 - 6:00pm vanessa@cityofgloucester.org is inviting you to a scheduled Mayor and Council Caucus Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/3508513428?pwd=amZ5RzIrUTVOMWJWT01NS1grTWFrZz09 Meeting ID: 350 851 3428 Passcode: D8mfP5 One tap mobile +13017158592,,3508513428#,,,,*806484# US (Washington DC) Dial by your location +1 646 558 8656 US (New York) Read more →


Freezing Rain and Snow Coming Use Caution When Driving on Thursday Morning

Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today issued a Winter Weather Congestion Alert for tomorrow morning’s commute based on the forecast for freezing rain and snow beginning tonight throughout New Jersey. A wintery mix of rain and sleet is expected to begin tonight, Wednesday, January 19, before changing over to snow tomorrow morning, Thursday, January 20. The storm may result in treacherous driving conditions for the morning commute. Motorists should consider working from home if that is an option. If you have to drive, slow down, use caution and plan extra travel time, particularly during the Thursday... Read more →