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June 2011

Breaking News: Another Shooting in Gloucester City; Victim in Critical Condition -cnbnews.net

(CNBNEWS.net) Gloucester City Police Officers responded to the 200 block of North Broadway last night for a report of a shooting. According to police spokesman Lt. Brian Morrell at 10:26 pm officers responded to the 200 block of N. Broadway for a gunshot victim. The victim, a 20 year old... Read more →

Pennacchio: "Democrats Holding Suburban School Aid Hostage" -cnbnews.net

Trenton— Senator Joe Pennacchio (R- Morris), a member of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee, today called Democrat plans to tie school aid to an income tax increase "blatant, political posturing at the expense of suburban taxpayers": "Taxpayers should not be forced to choose between job creation and property tax... Read more →

High Speed Chase Begins in Woodbury Hts. Ends in Gloucester City -cnbnews.net

Tuesday, June 28 (CNBNEWS.NET) Monday evening around 10 pm there was an incident near Route 676 and Market Street, Gloucester City that involved several police departments. A faithful reader of CNB sent the following Tip via email Monday at 10:30 pm. “Hey Bill! Something big is going on, any word... Read more →


Camden’s Starting First Baseman Heads to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees CAMDEN, NJ: The Camden Riversharks announced Wednesday that first baseman Mike Lamb has been acquired by the New York Yankees organization. Lamb was tied for second in the Atlantic League in hits (54), was fifth in on-base percentage (.418) and was tenth... Read more →

Andrews Announces $700,000 in Federal Grants to Create Green Jobs in SJ- cnbnews

Winslow Township, NJ- Last Wednesday, Congressman Andrews, along with Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis and other House members, announced over $700,000 in federal grants to grow an estimated 175 green jobs in Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties. These grants, issued under the Department of Labor’s Green Jobs Innovation Fund,... Read more →

Update on Accident Victim Ken MacAdams -cnbnews.net

NOTE: Ken is now at home. (CNBNEWS.NET)Ken MacAdams, who was involved in a traffic accident on Sunday, remains in the Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia. KenMac has been diagnosed with a fracture neck and a hair line fracture in his spine. Ken is wearing a neck brace and has to stay immobile.... Read more →


BRIDGEPORT, NJ (June 25, 2011) – On a beautiful summer evening at Bridgeport Speedway, Carl Locuson earned his first victory in the 600cc Micro-Sprint class. In the 270cc Micro-Sprint race, Jonathan John, of Gloucester City NJ collected career win number one. Warren Stradley continued his winning ways by taking home... Read more →

South of South receives BigBelly cans | South Philly Review

By Alexis Abate Posted Jun. 23, 2011 After the South of South Neighborhood Association raised the needed funds for two BigBelly trash cans, the City's Streets Department installed the receptacles at 23rd and Christian streets and 18th and Catharine streets two months ago. Photo by Ryan Donnell As pieces of... Read more →

Pauline R. Boulden, of Gloucester City

BOULDEN Pauline R. Surrounded by her loving family, on June 26, 2011. Age 83. (nee Tortorelli). Of Gloucester City. Loving wife of 42 years to the late Albert C. Boulden. Loving and devoted mother of George, Kathleen (Kevin), Rosemary Farlow and Albert Jr. (special daughter–in-law Denise). Cherished grandmother of 9... Read more →

Labor Department funding vet job training | The American Legion | cnbnews.net

Image via Wikipedia The American Legion - June 21, 2011 The Department of Labor (DoL) has announced it is funding 22 grants totaling more than $9 million to provide approximately 4,000 veterans with job training. The grants are being awarded under DoL's Veterans Workforce Investment Program. State and local workforce... Read more →

Margaret P. Pachasa, age 92, of Piscataway

PACHASA Margaret P. On June 25, 2011. Age 92. Of Piscataway. (nee Jenkins). Loving and cherished wife of 70 years to Howard Pachasa. Beloved mother of the late Howard J Pachasa (surviving wife Donna). Devoted grandmother of Megan E. Pachasa. Survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Margaret was being... Read more →

The Star Ledger Video: Sweeney on the Democrat's Budget

Posted on Thursday, June 23, 2011 6:55PM Senate President Stephen Sweeney announced today Democrats are introducing their own budget for the governor, which includes a millionaires tax that will fund aid to school districts and seniors. (Video by Megan DeMarco / The Star-Ledger) Related articles "Derail the fast-track express," says... Read more →

Breaking News: Well-Known Gloucester City Businessman Ken MacAdams in Auto Accident; Condition Serious-cnbnews.net

UPDATE Ken is now at home (CNBNews.net) Ken MacAdams and his lady friend Patty Przywara were in an auto accident on Sunday around 5 pm. The couple were driving home from the shore when a vehicle ran a red light and broadsided their car. Patty was driving, Ken was sitting... Read more →

Dan Watson, CNBNews Columnist Succumbs; Vietnam War Veteran, Purple Heart Recipient

(CNBNEWS.NET) Daniel Christopher Watson, age 61, a proud citizen of Gloucester City, passed away peacefully early Sunday morning, June 26, 2011. He fought a courageous battle with cancer for the last two years of his life. Photo: Dan and Dawn Watson Dan is survived by his wife of 21 years,... Read more →

Catholic Star Herald - Father Romano named vocation director

Thursday, 23 June 2011 13:57 Written by Admin2 Bishop Joseph A. Galante has named Father Michael M. Romano as director of vocations for the Diocese of Camden, effective July 1. Father Romao, 29, currently serves as parochial vicar, Incarnation, Mantua, and chaplain at Paul VI High School, Haddon Township. With... Read more →

TIPS AND SNIPPETS: You Are Invited; OPRA Lawsuit; The Nanny State; Million $$ Bonds; Goodbye Dan -cnbnews.net

By Bill Cleary CNBNEWS.NET THE CARNIVAL IS COMING! The Gloucester City PBA #40 is sponsoring a Carnival from Wednesday, June 29 through Saturday, July 2 at the Gloucester City High School, Route 130 and Market Street. Rides, games, food and fun. Midway by Lynam’s Amusements. As an added attraction several... Read more →