American Legion World Series 2022 Championship Preview

Two teams chasing history By Andy Proffet SHELBY N.C. (August 16, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--It took a little more drama than Idaho Falls (Idaho) Post 56 might have wanted, but their quest for a historic achievement remains alive. Troy (Ala.) Post 70 is chasing a bit of history themselves. Idaho Falls and Troy will face off in the 95th American Legion World Series championship game on Tuesday at Veterans Field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby, N.C. The game will air on ESPNU at 7 p.m. EDT. And follow on social media on Twitter (@LegionBaseball), Instagram (@TheAmericanLegion), and Facebook (@OfficialAmericanLegionBaseball and @AmericanLegionWorldSeries) using the... Read more →


Mark Giannantonio President of NJ Casino Assn.

CANJ members selected Resorts Casino Hotel's president and CEO to lead trade organization Atlantic City, NJ – The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) announced today that its members had selected Mark Giannantonio to serve as president of the trade organization, effective immediately. Giannantonio is the president and CEO of Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. He succeeds Joe Lupo, president of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, who is relocating to Las Vegas for a new leadership position within the Hard Rock International organization. “I am honored to succeed Joe Lupo as the next president of the Casino... Read more →


Radon! The Radioactive Gas Is Found in Homes Across the Country

CNBNewsnet graphic files by Maya Miller, Graphics by Mauricio Rodríguez Pons and Ed Ou ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. About five billion years ago, stars merged and exploded, creating uranium that eventually became embedded in the Earth. As uranium decays as part of a natural process, it emits radon, a radioactive gas. This gas can seep into homes and other buildings through pipes and cracks in foundations. If present in high enough concentrations, the gas, and its byproducts can damage lung tissue... Read more →


THE 2022 AUDUBON CARD IS AVAILABLE

AUDUBON, NJ (August 16, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Jennifer Beebe announced today that this year's Audubon Card is now available. Each card purchased helps to support Audubon High School Football program. Cost is just $20. And like previous years you will receive the $20 back in no time because of all the discounts being offered. To order your card Venmo me @ Jennifer-Beebe-6. The card will be delivered to you. Thank you for the support! RELATED CATEGORY: AUDUBON NEWS CNB SPORTS Read more →


IT'S TIME TO GET KNOTTY: AUNTIE ANNE'S AND EVIL GENIUS BEER COMPANY JOIN TOGETHER

RELEASE A LIMITED EDITION OKTOBERFEST LAGER Philadelphia, PA (AUGUST 16, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)- Auntie Anne’s®, the world’s largest hand-rolled soft pretzel franchise, and Philadelphia-based Evil Genius Beer Company have teamed up to create a special Oktoberfest-style lager that will be released just in time for the classic beer-centric celebration. The new beer, dubbed Is Butter a Carb?, is an innovative riff on the timeless Oktoberfest beer style, brewed with imported not only German hops and malts but also fresh-baked Auntie Anne’s soft pretzels. This is the first time Auntie Anne’s iconic pretzels have been used as an ingredient to develop and create... Read more →


How To Avoid Getting Scammed At A Car Dealership

People have a love-hate relationship with car dealerships. Some love the process of haggling for a good deal, and then some would rather avoid the dealership altogether. But, no matter which group you belong to, there's one thing that everyone can agree on: getting scammed at a car dealership is the worst. If you're in the market for a new car, you must be aware of the potential scams you might encounter. Here are a few tips to help you avoid getting scammed at a car dealership: Keep an eye out for something fishy Have you ever heard about the... Read more →


GUEST OPINION:

Impeach FBI Director Wray and DOJ Head Garland

All former presidents get a federally funded office, called the Office of the Former President. They get lawyers and other staff, security clearances, Secret Service protection, and secure facilities (SCIFs) for the maintenance of classified records. AUGUST 15, 2022(CNBNewsnet)--For over a year, we've heard Democrats wailing about existential threats to "democracy!" Curiously, this has happened while these same Democrats in Congress have worked hand-in-glove with their fellow Democrats in the Justice Department to disregard all norms to hunt down and attempt to destroy President Joe Biden's chief political rival, former President Donald Trump, as well as Trump's top aides and... Read more →


Philadelphia Crime Video: Man Wanted for Sexual Assault/Chestnut St.

PHILADELPHIA PA (August 15, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Philadelphia Police Department Special Victims Unit is attempting to identify a male suspect depicted in this video. The sexual assault occurred on the 1100 block of Chestnut Street at approximately 1:30am on August 11, 2022. The suspect is believed to frequent Center City Philadelphia. Suspect Description: 30- to 40-year-old black male, 5’6 to 5’8 in height, medium build, medium complexion, light beard with dreadlocks on top with short hair on the sides and back. He was wearing a black Eazy-E t-shirt, black shorts, gray sneakers and a red Phillies cap. He had an orange or... Read more →


*FUNDRAISER: Audubon High School Mattress Sale 8/27/22

(CNBNewsnet)(August 16, 2022)--CALLING ALL HEROES!!! Get 10% off your mattress, pillow, mattress protector while you support the Audubon High School Marching Band. This offer is for teachers, veterans, healthcare workers, first responders. Please share with all your family and friends. Read more →


Watch Out for Railroad Crossing Repairs in Paulsboro

Detours necessary during construction (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a railroad crossing rehabilitation project requiring the closure and detour of Commerce Street in Paulsboro, Gloucester County. CNBNews graphic file Beginning at 7 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, August 16, until 7 a.m., Thursday, August 18, Commerce Street will be closed in both directions between East Madison Street and Seventh Street to remove the existing railroad crossing. The closure will allow NJDOT’s contractor, Tracks Unlimited, to reconstruct the crossing and approaches. Access will be maintained for local traffic. The following detours will be in place: Commerce Street... Read more →


Philadelphia Crime: Shooting Incident at East Ontario Street (video)

PHILADELPHIA PA (August 15, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)The Shooting Investigation Group is seeking the public's help identifying the individual seen in the following video clip. On August 9, 2022, at 8:36 PM, 25th District Police officers responded to 4xx block E Ontario Street in reference to a report of a shooting. Upon arrival, police located a male victim, a 23-year-old- CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS MAN? male lying on the basketball court, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to Temple University Hospital where he was listed in stable condition. Surveillance video recovered from the area depicts the suspect shooting the victim... Read more →


Bellmawr Traffic Alert: Rt 295 Right Lane Closed Tonight

Reposition construction barrier in Bellmawr Long-term shoulder closure necessary to create a work zone (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials are reminding motorists that the right lane on I-295 northbound is scheduled to be closed tonight to reposition the construction barrier for retaining wall reconstruction as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. The right lane on I-295 northbound will be closed from 9 p.m. tonight, Monday, August 15, until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, August 16. The closure will begin just past the Creek Road overpass before Exit 26, where the highway splits for I-76... Read more →


American Legion World Series Semifinals Today Starting At 4PM; See Videos of Sunday Games

ALWS Game 10: Alabama rallies to reach semifinals By Richard Walker SHELBY, N.C. (August 14, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Troy (Ala.) Post 70 became the second 2022 American Legion World Series semifinalist on Sunday afternoon. And Post 70’s 4-3 come-from-behind victory over League City (Tex.) Post 554 meant head coach Ross Hixon could finally take a deep breath shortly after the game’s final out. “It feels good to breathe a little bit,” Hixon said after his team improved to 2-1 in pool play and took their division’s top seed into Monday’s semifinals. “It was a heckuva baseball game. If anybody missed it, they need... Read more →


DNREC to Present Texas Living Shoreline Webinar Aug. 25

DOVER, DELAWARE (AUGUST 15, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Galveston Bay Foundation and managing living shorelines in a Texas estuary are the topic of a free webinar at 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, presented by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, in partnership with the Delaware Living Shorelines Committee. The webinar speaker is Hallie Leija, habitat restoration manager for the Galveston Bay Foundation. Leija will provide an overview of living shoreline projects in Galveston Bay, the largest estuary in Texas. The presentation will showcase how the wetlands and coastal areas in Galveston Bay have experienced a multitude of impacts from subsidence,... Read more →


You're Invited: 2022 "Inaugural Global Gloucester Day” 

The Gloucester Township Historic and Scenic Preservation Committee is proud to participate in a September 3rd, 2022, Global Celebration and collaboration of unity with twelve (12) named Gloucester communities throughout the U.S. and Abroad. “Inaugural Global Gloucester Day” began as a 2017 collaboration between Gloucester, Virginia, and Gloucester, England, commemorating the Gloucester County, Virginia-born icon Pocahontas’s 400th anniversary of her funeral and burial in Gravesend, England. The goal of the “Global Gloucester Day” celebration is to honor Pocahontas’s legacy of reaching out and bringing people together. Further to honor her, the events on September 3rd intend to promote environmental stewardship,... Read more →


17 Atlantic County Fugitives Arrested by NJ State Police

Atlantic City, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit coordinated a two-day cooperative mobile deployment that led to the arrest of 17 fugitives in Atlantic County. This deployment is part of a comprehensive initiative to reduce violent crime statewide. Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, K-9 South Unit, Casino Gaming Bureau, Violent & Organized Crime Control South Bureau, Real Time Crime Center South Unit, and Gangs & Organized Crime Central Unit, along with members of the United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force, the New Jersey Department of Corrections Special Operations Group, Atlantic... Read more →


SJ Transportation Authority and Rowan U Receive $8.74 Million Grant

(HAMMONTON, NJ) - The South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA) and Rowan University have announced the award of an $8.74 million Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment (ATCMTD) grant from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to research cellular vehicle-to-everything technology utilizing the Atlantic City Expressway. “Rowan University was aware of our All-Electronic Tolling (AET) project which is anticipated to begin construction in 2023,” said Stephen F. Dougherty, SJTA Executive Director. “We are pleased this collaboration will directly benefit from the overhead gantry systems which will replace the toll booths on the Atlantic City Expressway proper as well as the entrance... Read more →


John Robert "Johnny" Sheahan, of Mt. Ephraim; CCMUA Employee, Navy Veteran

John Robert "Johnny" Sheahan, 58, lifelong resident of Mount Ephraim, NJ, passed away on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at his home. He was born in Camden, NJ to Elaine (Drozdowsky) Jones and the late Robert Sheahan. Johnny worked at the CCMUA for over 20 years and has been the departments supervisor for over 10 years. He proudly served his country as a US Navy veteran. He was a volunteer fireman in Mt. Ephraim (Haddon Heights??) on Station Avenue, a member of the Mt. Ephraim Democrats Club, a Harley Davidson motorcycle rider and avid golfer. He took a lot of pride,... Read more →


Aspiring Pilates Instructor? Here's a Glimpse of Your Training

Pilates has been consistently growing in popularity for numerous reasons, e.g., career and exercise. It’s no wonder that many people are trying to get involved in it. It’s an effective workout, the impact is low, and the equipment costs less than none. Thus, it makes it popular amongst future clients who want to work on their fitness without costing too much. If you’re worried about your training and want to learn about the things that will take place during your classes, then this page is for you! Read below for a glimpse of your training to become a good Pilates... Read more →


New Jersey State Police Recruit Class Completes Academy Training

Lincroft, N.J. - New Jersey Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and Colonel Patrick J. Callahan presented badges to New Jersey's newest state troopers during the graduation ceremony at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, N.J. The 163rd New Jersey State Police Class graduated 156 men and seven women. Of this graduating class, 131 have college degrees, 29 are prior military, and 25 have prior law enforcement experience. Among the class, 59 were college athletes, 12 were firefighters, 9 were emergency medical technicians, and 2 were professional athletes. The class completed 20 weeks of strenuous physical and academic training consisting of... Read more →


Olia K. Sozzi, 91, of Mt. Ephraim, Campbell Soup Company Employee, Audubon HS Alum

Aunt Oley passed away Saturday, July 16, 2022. A slip and fall, breaking her hip, contributed to her demise. Beloved wife of Edmond Sozzi for almost 64 years- married June 30, 1951. Born to parents Timophey Kudatzky and Emma (Stadnyk) Kudatzky on August 19, 1930. Olia enjoyed farm life as a youngster in Hopewell, Cumberland County, later living in Mt. Ephraim and graduating from Audubon High School in 1949. Retired from Campbell Soup Company after almost 44 years of employment. An excellent seamstress, sewing most of her clothes. A lover of nature and wildlife, Oley and Ed traveled throughout the... Read more →


How Families and Singles Build Financial Security

(CNBNewsnet)(August 15, 2022)--It's tough to build a financially secure future during an economically turbulent period like the early 2020s. Families and single working people sometimes find it challenging to stay ahead of incoming monthly bills. It's not unusual for inflation and business slowdowns to put many people a paycheck away from financial catastrophe. What's the solution? No matter your current situation, there are effective ways to develop a long-term plan for personal financial security. Besides investing in real estate, people are discovering the advantage of bundling insurance coverage for significant savings. Other savvy tactics include purchasing extended car warranties to... Read more →


Although Fined Many Times Landlord Kenneth Wallace Keeps Violating Gloucester City Housing Laws

Updated/corrected Neighbors said the property became a haven for squatters and drug dealers William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet For several years the Merchantville owner of 23 North Harley Avenue has been issued numerous citations for violations of the Gloucester City Housing and Maintenance Code. (photo credit CNBNewsnet) CORRECTION: It has been brought to our attention (today, August 15) that Merrith McDonald paid landlord Kenneth Wallace several thousand dollars in rent for the time that she was living at 23 N. Harley Ave. She was not involved in any sales of illegal drugs. And, she was not affiliated in any... Read more →


Another Pennsylvania Mayor Charged with Malfeasance

Shutterstock image By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Mayors of Pennsylvania's small towns and large cities have fallen afoul of the law with varying reasons. Meadville Mayor Jaime Kinder is the latest added to the list. Larger cities tend to have trouble with bribery, corruption, and the abuse of public funds, while small town mayors tend to violate the law outside the mayor’s office. In the case of Kinder, the Office of State Inspector General has filed a criminal complaint alleging she fraudulently received almost $1,000 in SNAP benefits in 2019. The complaint accuses the... Read more →


Agnes R. (Conway) Ippolite, of Westville, age 91

Agnes R. (Conway) Ippolite, of Westville, NJ, a lifelong South Jersey resident and 1948 graduate of Camden High School, died on Aug. 7, 2022. She was 91. Legacy Agnes remained independent and active in her own home until her final days. She is remembered by family, friends, and all who knew her for her stamina, quick wit, “spunk” and fun-loving nature. She loved to sing and tell entertaining family stories, and she always welcomed a good joke or a heated debate. She was a lifelong homemaker devoted to her home and family, and she was proud of her Irish heritage... Read more →