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September 2011

TALK ABOUT A LIFE CHANGING MOMENT-CNBNEWS.NET

CNBNEWS POINT OF VIEW BY BILL CLEARY (cnbnews.net) This morning while walking Erica a car and a SUV collided at the intersection of Lane and Thompson Avenues. The car coming down Lane Avenue was traveling towards Thompson at a high rate of speed when it reached the intersection. At the same time the driver of the SUV made a rolling stop at the Stop sign and entered the intersection. The two collided in the middle of the streets sending the car towards me and my dog. With seconds to react I let go of the leash, hoping the dog would... Read more →


Hunting and Fishing: Black Bear Warning; Free Surf Fishing Lessons; Furbearer; Gov. Guomo;

North Jersey Residents! Beware of Black Bears The NJDEP is advising residents and outdoor enthusiasts in North Jersey, especially in areas regularly frequented by black bears, to strictly adhere to guidelines for eliminating or securing potential black bear food sources during the fall period when bears feed extensively to build fat layers for hibernation. Black bears may be especially on the hunt this season for high calorie foods, such as food scraps in household trash and bird seed from outdoor bird feeders, due to localized scarcities of acorns and other tree nuts, which are an important black bear food source.... Read more →


Diocese of Camden - Msgr. James F. Checchio appointed a prelate of honor by Pope Benedict XVI

A priest of the Diocese of Camden, Msgr. Checchio has served as rector of North American College in Rome since 2006, after serving as vice rector there for three years. The Pontifical North American College, founded in 1859, is the U.S. national seminary in Rome. The title prelate of honor is a papal honor bestowed on diocesan priests. Msgr. Checchio was appointed a papal chamberlain by Pope John Paul II in 2000. Msgr. Checchio, 45, studied canon law at North American College and was ordained in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Camden, on June 20, 1992. While in the... Read more →


Campaign Manager Seeking Donations for Candidate Obama-cnbnews.net

Here's something you don't have in common with 22,883 other supporters of this movement who tell us they live in New Jersey. That many of your neighbors have decided to own a piece of this campaign by making a donation of whatever they could afford. For some, that meant just $5. For others, it meant $100 or more. But each had their own personal reason for giving. Our records show that you aren't one of the 22,883 people in your state who have stepped up for 2012. Now's your chance to change that. Image via Wikipedia Make a donation of... Read more →


Burglary Suspects Wanted by Clementon Police Arrested-cnbnews.net

The two suspects wanted by the Clementon Police Department on burlgary charges were arrested Saturday night and charged with the crime that took place Thursday in the 200 block of Blake Avenue in Clementon. Justin Terry, 23, and Ashley Linderman, 20, both of Glassboro, were each charged with two counts of theft, and single counts of burglary, conspiracy and criminal mischief. The pair were arrested after they were identified from surveillance tapes taken from the crime scene and made public. They made off with electronics items and jewelry, Lt. Charles Grover said, while a man and a 2-year-old child were... Read more →


Helping Small Business is Smart Public Business - CNBnews.net

by 5th District Assembly Candidate Wil Levins Our elected representatives must be advocates for New Jersey’s small businesses if we are to put the unemployed members of our talented workforce back on the job. Small businesses employ the highest percentage of New Jersey’s private sector workers and pay some of the largest portions of state tax revenue. Small businesses also create the majority of all new jobs. Being advocates for small business doesn’t mean handing out government goodies - it means removing a number of the bureaucratic obstacles that make owning and operating a business more difficult. Navigating local planning... Read more →


Rep. Tim Huelskamp: Obamacare HHS rule would give government everybody’s health records

By: Rep. Tim Huelskamp | 09/23/11 3:29 PM It’s been said a thousand times: Congress had to pass President Obama’s health care law in order to find out what’s in it. But, despite the repetitiveness, the level of shock from each new discovery never seems to recede. This time, America is learning about the federal government’s plan to collect and aggregate confidential patient records for every one of us. In a proposed rule from Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the federal government is demanding insurance companies submit detailed health care information about their... Read more →


Decision on Delaware River Basin Commission Fracking rules Put Off Until October

http://www.newsinferno.com/The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has postponed acting on proposed drilling regulations that could bring hydraulic fracturing and thousands of new natural gas wells to the vital watershed. The DRBC was supposed to act on the proposed drilling regulations during a meeting scheduled for September 21, but according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, it has now scheduled a two-hour meeting to “consider adoption” of the regulations on October 21. The Delaware River Basin, much of which sits atop the natural gas-rich Marcellus shale, encompasses parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey and provides drinking water to 17 million... Read more →


US bishops warn Obama of national conflict over failure to uphold DOMA

By Michelle Bauman Washington D.C., Sep 22, 2011 / 02:45 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, president of the U.S. Catholic bishops’ conference, urged President Obama and his administration to end their attack on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and the religious freedom of those who support it. Image via Wikipedia Archbishop Dolan warned in his Sept. 20 letter that by continuing its current course of action, the administration would “precipitate a national conflict between Church and State of enormous proportions and to the detriment of both institutions.” In an accompanying analysis, the bishops’ conference said it is... Read more →


Heritage Foundation: Obamacare's Long-Term Care CLASS Act Unsustainable, Unravels

Inefficient programs that don’t solve problems and are passed against the will of the American people seem to be the Obama Administration’s forte. Now their high-minded aspirations of a health care revolution are quickly unraveling as fatal glitches in Obamacare become apparent. Next up for implosion? The Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Act, otherwise known as the “CLASS Act,” which creates a government-run long term care insurance program too costly to sustain. At a time when entitlement programs in America have spun out of control, liberal proponents of Obamacare were pushing a new one that had no hope of... Read more →


FBI — Former NBA Player and CEO of The George Group Charged in Ponzi Scheme

NEWARK, NJ—C. Tate George, former NBA basketball player and the chief executive officer (CEO) of purported real estate development firm The George Group, surrendered this morning to federal authorities for allegedly orchestrating a more than $2 million investment fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. George, 43, of Newark, surrendered in Newark to special agents of the FBI and postal inspectors of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) on a criminal complaint charging him with one count of wire fraud. He is scheduled to appear this afternoon before U.S. Magistrate Judge Patty Shwartz in Newark federal court. According to... Read more →


Listeria-Tainted Cantaloupes Sent to Five Additional States

Date Published: Friday, September 23rd, 2011 http://www.newsinferno.com/The Listeria outbreak linked to Colorado cantaloupes continues to grow. Yesterday, we wrote that the death toll had, sadly, doubled to 8 people. Today, it turns out that the total number of states involved is actually 22, five more than was previously reported. According to the most current reports, said Reuters, 55 people in 10 states have fallen ill, with most sickened in Colorado, where the cantaloupes were grown and harvested, citing the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Not all 22 states have reported illnesses, said Reuters. As we’ve written, 300,000... Read more →


Pa. Fire Lt. Collapses and Dies at Fire School | Firehouse.com

A 38-year-old fire lieutenant with the Lancaster Township Fire Department (LTFD) collapsed and died of an apparent cardiac issue during a live burn training exercise with the Lancaster County Fire School on Sunday morning, according to a news release from the fire department and a local news agency. LTFD identified the fallen firefighter as Keith Rankin. The news release said Lt. Rankin suffered a "medical emergency" during the training exercise. Fellow firefighters performed "life saving efforts," but Rankin could not be revived. Local news agency, Intelligencer Journal of Lancaster, said Rankin, who had been running the live burn at the... Read more →


The Gathering Space — A Drop-In Teen Support Group

Gloucester Township now has a place where adolescents can join together under the leadership of licensed mental health professionals to explore the issues and challenges they face each day. In a relaxed, supportive, group environment, topics like conflict resolution, addiction, bullying, stress management, friends/family communication, leadership skills and goal setting will be experienced through activities and group discussions. This program is free for students ages 13 to 18, and will meet every Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. beginning September 26, 2011 at the Point Arial Park Community Building located at 2900 Erial Road. This program is sponsored by The... Read more →


DRWC Seeking Proposals-cnbnews.net

Please note two new RFP Opportunities have been posted on the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation website at www.delawareriverwaterfrontcorp.com REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Design for Columbia Avenue Connector Street The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) is hereby seeking proposals from reputed, qualified and experienced firms to design streetscape improvements to Columbia Avenue between Girard Avenue and Penn Treaty Park to include landscape architectural services for streetscape design which may include all or some of the following elements; street trees, paving, crosswalks, 1-95 underpass treatment, signage, and lighting. To access this RFP, CLICK HERE Preliminary Design for Delaware River Trail The Delaware River... Read more →


Cornerstone Commerce Center Pad Sites Moving Forward-cnbnews.net

Linwood Passes Redevelopment Ordinance Amendments Permitting Expansion Linwood, NJ, Sept. 21, 2011 – The City of Linwood has approved amendments to its Redevelopment Area development regulations permitting Cornerstone Commerce Center to proceed with its proposed Phase II expansion adding two pad site buildings at the corporate campus on New Road in Linwood. Cornerstone’s Dual Pad Site proposal encompasses two self-standing commercial buildings in the area of unused parking space on the northern side of the property. One is a 15,300 sq. ft, one story building bordering New Road and the other is a 75,600 sq. ft., three story building at... Read more →


Congressman Andrews Champions Jobs by Growing Rutgers Campus

Camden, NJ – Monday, at a topping off ceremony, Congressman Andrews and local officials unveiled the completed steel framework for the new Rutgers graduate housing building, which has created 250 construction jobs and will create 25 retail jobs upon completion. Congressman Andrews has been a supporter of this project since its inception ten years ago, and has played a key role in its negotiations. His efforts led the Rutgers Board of Governors to approve the construction of the project, which is bringing new jobs, new revenue, new residents and a brighter future to South Jersey. This new facility, located at... Read more →


Christie Willing to Make $5 Million Available to Keep Hoboken Medical Center Open

After City Council Refuses Funding Next Move Rests on Local Unions Making Concessions to Keep Hospital Running and Save 1300 Jobs Trenton, NJ – Today, Governor Chris Christie released the following statement after the Hoboken City Council rejected $5 million in funding for Hoboken University Medical Center, effectively forcing the state’s oldest hospital to close within the next few weeks and risking municipal authority default in Hoboken. “It would appear that there are two primary issues that stand in the way of keeping Hoboken University Medical Center open. First, the refusal by local unions to provide necessary concessions and secondly,... Read more →


Rugby Returns to Philadelphia!-cnbnews.net

Philadelphia Welcomes the Rugby League World Cup Qualifying Tournament The American National Rugby League (AMNRL) will host the 2013 Rugby League World Cup Atlantic qualifier in Philadelphia this October. Three of the sport’s premier teams – Jamaica, South Africa and the United States – will compete in a week-long tournament with the winner earning the final spot in the 2013 World Cup tournament. The World Cup Qualifier will take place at Campbell’s Field in Camden, NJ on October 15-23. The United States, currently ranked 15th in the world, will be looking to make history by earning its first ever birth... Read more →


Voters to Decide $71 million in School Construction on Tuesday -cnbnews.net

TRENTON, Sept. 23, 2011—Voters in five New Jersey school districts will act on $71.2 million in proposed school construction on Tuesday, Sept. 27, the New Jersey School Boards Association reported today. Of the total amount that is being requested, more than $15.4 million would qualify for state funds. Two of the five proposals seek voter approval not to borrow additional funds, but to transfer existing funds for a new project. The last Tuesday in September is one of the five dates each year that school boards may hold special elections. The next date on which a school board may schedule... Read more →


FBI-Domestic Terrorism Focus on Militia Extremism-cnbnews.net

09/22/11 Last March, nine members of an extremist militia group were charged in Michigan with seditious conspiracy and attempted use of weapons of mass destruction in connection with an alleged plot to attack law enforcement and spark an uprising against the government. According to the federal indictment, the nine individuals planned to kill a law enforcement officer and then use bombs to attack the caravan of cars taking part in the subsequent funeral procession, hoping that this violence would incite a larger armed conflict with authorities. Fortunately, the FBI and the Michigan State Police intervened and took the subjects into... Read more →


Plein Air Brandywine Valley Painting & Photography Competition

Gala, Art Show & Sale September 26-Oct. 2, 2011 Plein Air Brandywine Valley is a painting and photography competition, show and sale featuring the beauty of the Brandywine Valley interpreted by 130 of the finest artists of our nation. Painting, drawing and photography opportunities for artists will take place from Monday, September 26-Friday, September 30, 2011. On Friday, September 30, 2011, artwork will be completed and judged. Winners will be announced at the event’s gala opening for the art show/sale at the Tatnall School in Wilmington. The Gala will be held from 7:00-11:00pm. Be the first to preview works and... Read more →


Weekly Basket: Guaranteed Loss

Volume XVI No. 38: September 23, 2011 You may have heard about Solyndra. The first casualty, but certainly not the last, for the embattled Department of Energy (DOE) Loan Guarantee Program. The solar start-up received a $535 million loan guarantee in September of 2009. Announced with much fanfare, it was the first commitment to come from the DOE program, which was created in the 2005 Energy bill. It's pretty clear that Solyndra had a slew of problems, but we must not lose sight of the forest for the trees. You can't be shocked when a bad process yields bad results.... Read more →


FBI — Bucks County Doctor Sentenced for Running Northeast Philadelphia Pill Mill

PHILADELPHIA—Christopher Vassalluzzo, D.O., 47, of New Hope, Pennsylvania, was sentenced today to 34 months in prison for a conspiracy that illegally distributed millions of prescription controlled substance diet drugs. Vassalluzzo and others operated an office at 3000 Holme Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia that was, in fact, a “pill mill.” In April, Vassalluzzo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, mail fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud, structuring, aggravated structuring, conspiracy to commit tax evasion, and tax evasion. Vassalluzzo’s illegal enterprise generated more than $5 million in cash. In addition to the prison term, U.S. District Court Judge Anita Brody... Read more →


Diocese of Camden - The first Catholic radio station in Cape May County

The 300 watt station — WSMJ-FM, 91.9 — will start broadcasting later this year from Cape May to Ocean City with 18 hours of EWTN programming. It’s expected to go 24 hours in 2012 to include contributions from local pastors and programs in Spanish. A local group called Soul Mates for Jesus, Inc., formed the corporation establishing the radio station. They have been working for three years for the permit from the Federal Communications Commission. Their mission statement is: “Soul Mates for Jesus is a non-profit corporation dedicated to teaching the Truth as defined by the magisterium of the Roman... Read more →


Gloucester City Police Conduct Drug Raid; 18 Year Old Arrested for Possession of CDS/Intent to Distribute-cnbnews.net

On 09/15 at 1815 the Gloucester City PD Detective Bureau did execute a search warrant at 910 Jersey Ave after an investigation into the distribution of crack cocaine from the residence. Heather Rough (18) of said address was arrested after officers located a quantity of crack cocaine and U.S. Currency inside of the residence. Rough was charged with Possession of CDS/ Intent to Distribute/ and Intent to Distribute within 500 feet of a Public Building. She was remanded to the Camden County Corrections Facility. Also arrested was Rough’s mother, Patricia Ruple (41). Ruple was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Obstruction... Read more →


Advertising Services Ad Agency/PR Firm Give Out Riversharks Tickets

Advertising Services ad agency and PR firm, 29 Bala Ave., Ste. 114, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 (484-562-0060) gave over 100 passes for use of the school's students to Matt Goetting, VP of Strategic Development (r ) and Ken Taylor, Director of Physical Activity at Girard College. The reserved seats were to any game of the Camden Riversharks at Campbell Field. The distribution was part of the firm's continuing community affairs program. Bill is also a newspaper publisher, radio show producer and owner of the Philadelphia Advertising & Business Show, to be held Wednesday, March 7, 2012, at the Villanova Conference... Read more →


Sanu posts career day in receptions, yards and touchdowns, sets BIG EAST record

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (September 24, 2011) – Junior WR Mohamed Sanu (South Brunswick, N.J.) put up career numbers in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns to help propel Rutgers football to a 38-26 win against Ohio (3-1) on Saturday afternoon at High Point Solutions Stadium. Sanu hauled in 16 catches for 176 yards with two touchdowns – all career bests – as the Scarlet Knights improved to 2-1 on the season. The 16 receptions set a BIG EAST and Rutgers record for catches in the game. He also became the first Scarlet Knight since 2004 to record 10-plus receptions in two... Read more →


Philadelphia Woman Convicted in Fraudulent License Scheme

PHILADELPHIA—A federal jury today convicted Irina Rakhman, 54, of Philadelphia, for her participation in a scheme to provide out-of-state residents with Pennsylvania driver’s licenses and Pennsylvania commercial driver’s licenses (CDL), announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. Rakhman was convicted of conspiracy to produce fraudulent identification documents. Sentencing is scheduled for December 5, 2011. Co-defendants Vitaliy and Tatyana Kroshnev, Mikhail Aminov, Irina Peterson, Khrystyna Davyda, Leonid Vilchik, Tair Rustamov, and Irina Starovoyt previously entered pleas of guilty for their participation in the fraudulent scheme and are awaiting sentencing. Vitaliy Kroshnev also previously entered a plea of guilty to making a... Read more →


DEFENSE COMES UP BIG AS TCNJ HANDLES MORRISVILLE -cnbnews.net

September 24, 2011; Lions’ Stadium; Ewing, NJ Ewing, NJ ….. Fueled by a pair of big defensive plays in the fourth quarter, The College of New Jersey football team secured its third straight win as the Lions held off visiting Morrisville State College 28-14 on Saturday. The win puts the Lions at 3-0 for the second time in the last three seasons, with a 2-0 mark in New Jersey Athletic Conference play. The loss knocked the Mustangs to 0-2 in the conference and 0-3 overall. With TCNJ clinging to a 14-7 lead in the fourth quarter, sophomore Nick Bricker (Middletown,... Read more →


CORTLAND FOOTBALL EDGES ROWAN, 31-28 -cnbnews.net

GLASSBORO, NJ – Quarterback Dan Pitcher threw for 315 yards and two touchdowns to lead SUNY Cortland to a 31-28 victory over Rowan University in a New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) game on Saturday. Image via Wikipedia The Red Dragons improve to 2-1 overall and 2-1 in the conference. Rowan has a 1-2 record with a 1-1 NJAC mark. Pitcher (gr. Cortland, NY/Cortland) completed 20 of 29 passes. Wide receiver John Babin (so. Warwick Valley, NY/Warwick Valley) made eight catches for 183 yards. Wideout Kordel McInnis (fr. Washington Twp., NJ/Washington Twp.) added 51 yards on five grabs. Wide receiver Mike... Read more →


Clementon Borough Police: WANTED - ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY -cnbnews.net

There has been a recent string of daytime burglaries throughout Clementon Borough which may be related to the following two suspects. On September 22nd, 2011 the following two suspects were caught on surveillance cameras breaking into a residence and fleeing with several bags filled with items. Victims were sleeping inside the residence when this occurred. We are asking for your assistance to identify a white male suspect who is accompanied by a pregnant white female. Please forward any information you have to the Clementon Police Department before these suspects burglarize additional homes in our community. Contact Detective Sergeant Robert Worrick... Read more →


America’s Most Outrageous Teacher Cheating Scandals-cnbnews.net

reprinted with permission of ProPublica.org by Lois Beckett ProPublica, Sep. 19, 2011 As we reported last week, many states havefailed to implement simple and effective checks for teacher cheating. Scandals involving cheating by teachers and schools to pump up ever-more-important student test scores swept the country this summer. But they've also been happening for years, and oversight is only now beginning to catch up. Here's an overview of some of the most shocking instances of teacher cheating, plus a few episodes that may have been overblown. The 'Lake Wobegon' Effect (1987-89) One of the earliest investigations of teacher cheating was... Read more →


Obama’s Obituary May Be A Tad Premature | The Philly Post

The point? At any given time, especially in the world of 24/7 news coverage, a major gaffe can sink an otherwise strong candidate. So the fact that many Republicans are already writing President Obama’s political obituary a year out from what will be a close election is not just naïve, but political stupidity. And it will be a close election. In addition to the billion-dollar war chest the President will have, the most important aspect that commentators and politicians are missing is that the popular vote—and by extension most polls—are meaningless. The only thing that matters is getting 270 electoral... Read more →


PATCO and CUBIC Deliver the World’s First Visa Prepaid, Contactless Card -cnbnews.net

PATCO Pilot to start September 26 and lasts one year; commuters can get their card online CAMDEN, NJ. – When the PATCO Wave & Pay ANYWHERE Visa® Prepaid Card pilot program kicks off on Monday, September 26, PATCO riders will be able to use the same payment card for transit and retail purchases. This is the first open payment pilot using a transit-agency branded contactless prepaid card in the world. The PATCO Wave & Pay ANYWHERE Visa Prepaid Card is one of the lowest-fee prepaid cards on the market, and does not require a bank account or credit rating to... Read more →


Andrews Supports School Infrastructure Plan, Which Creates 6,700 Jobs in NJ-cnbnews.net

Haddon Heights, NJ- Congressman Andrews announced his support for President Obama’s American Jobs Act that puts Americans back to work to get our economy growing again. While we cannot solve our economic crisis overnight, both parties agree job that there are things we can do right now to start rebuilding the economy. One idea highlighted in the President’s plan would create roughly 6,700 jobs in New Jersey, according to the White House, with $642.4 million in infrastructure investment to repair and improve NJ public elementary schools and community colleges. Rep. Andrews supports the school infrastructure improvements proposed by President Obama... Read more →


So Far Kay Yow Cancer Fund has Raised over $650,000-cnbnews.net

Initiative Rebranded Play 4Kay® Effective with 2011-12 Academic Year ATLANTA (September 20, 2011) – The Kay Yow Cancer Fund announced the results from the 2011 WBCA Pink Zone® initiative. To date, more than 1,300 teams and individuals have supported the Kay Yow Cancer Fund through their participation in the 2011 breast cancer awareness campaign, which was held Feb. 11-20. Donations raised through the initiative for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund® thus far total more than $650,000. “I am once again overwhelmed at the support of the women’s basketball community and other members of the sports community at large as their... Read more →


'No Meat Fridays' return to England and Wales :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

by David Kerr London, England, Sep 20, 2011 / 11:55 am (CNA).- The practice of abstaining from eating meat on Fridays has returned to the Catholic Church in England and Wales after an absence of 27 years. “I think it’s a very good idea,” father-of-three Dominic Schofield told CNA. He and his wife Margaret, along with their three young daughters, were about to sit down to a Friday dinner of fried fish in their London home. “Over the past 20 to 30 years we’ve perhaps lost touch with some of the more grounded Catholic practices and that, in turn, has... Read more →


Help with the Harvest: Collect Native Tree Seeds-cnbnews.net

http://www.nwf.org People of all ages can provide foresters with the stock they need to grow seedlings and restore forests 09-10-2010 // Kelly Senser VOLUNTEERS FROM ACROSS the country are expected to collect tens of thousands of pounds of acorns and other native tree seeds this fall. Why the nutty behavior? These concerned citizens are helping to provide foresters with the stock they need to grow seedlings and replenish riparian tree stands, which have suffered due to development, nonnative species invasions and other pressures. “They are giving life to the trees that will become our streamside forests and filter runoff entering... Read more →


Just Sayin': Men From Mars (CNBnews.net)

by Dawn Watson (CNBnews.net) I met a Martian the other day. But first, let me catch you up, real quick: I was married to a wonderful man for 21 years. He helped me raise my kids, pay off a house a single mother could not afford, and eventually agreed to relocate to Gloucester City so we could walk hand-in-hand into the sunset, together. Then, he died. Now, I’m a widow. I decided, about a month ago, to resume living life. Since living life includes companionship I went onto the Internet and enrolled in several free dating sites. That’s when the... Read more →


KEITH E. GUTHRIE, AGE 61, OF MOUNT HOLLY; Vietnam War Veteran-cnbnews.net

On September 21, 2011. Age 61. Of Mount Holly. Formerly of Pemberton and Burlington Twp. Loving Son of the late George N. Guthrie and Naomi (nee Sappington). Cherished Father of Jill Miller of Florida, Cheyenne Guthrie (Anthony Carey) of Little Egg Harbor and Austin J. Guthrie of Little Egg Harbor. Beloved Grandfather of John, Jessica, Jamie, Bianca and Emily. Devoted great-grandfather of one. Dear Brother of Kenneth Guthrie of Bellmawr, Bradley Guthrie of West Virginia, Brady Guthrie of Florida and De Chanda Guthrie Summers of Burlington Twp. Survived by his former wife and friend Deborah Jenkins of Toms River. Keith... Read more →


Study Shows: Rotavirus vaccination leads to large decreases in health care costs and doctor visits

Vaccinating infants against rotavirus has resulted in dramatic decreases in health care use and treatment costs for diarrhea-related illness in U.S. infants and young children, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study is published in the current issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. “This is good news for parents and our health system overall,” said Dr. Umesh Parashar, medical epidemiologist and team leader for the Viral Gastroenteriti Image via Wikipedia s Team in CDC’s Division of Viral Diseases. “Rotavirus vaccine is one of the most effective ways to prevent severe... Read more →


Pet Tip of the Week: Rainy Day Activities-(CNBnews.net)

by Dawn Watson--CNBnews.net Since we’ve had more than our fair share of rain lately, I thought a few suggestions on family fun with Fido, indoor edition, would be a good idea! First of all, get your rain coat on and take a long walk with your dog! A tired dog is a happy dog and both you and he will benefit by the exercise. After you’re both dried off and you’ve had your cup of chicken soup, it’s time to set up the obstacle course! Get a big box and fold in both sides to make a tunnel, get two... Read more →


Young Creative’s Rock Detroit Design Festival -cnbnews.net

By Raymond Rolak Quicken Loans and Fathead Partner with dc3 (cnbnews.net)There is still time to enjoy and participate in the Detroit Design Festival happenings throughout Mid-Town Detroit. Presented by the Detroit Creative Corridor Center and Quicken Loans there are over 80 separate events through next Wednesday. It is eight days of design and creative celebrations showcased in Detroit and mostly held around the New Center area. The event guide is adventurous and comprehensive with listings throughout Mid-Town Detroit. Event schedule booklets are available at New Center Park and College for Creative Studies. The DFF is also incorporating the events of... Read more →


Curtain Closes on Pennant East Nightclub

By Chris Concannon Gloucester City News After decades in the music business, the curtain came down for the last time at the Pennant East Nightclub on Sunday September 11. The club operated as Dick Lee’s from its opening in 1956 by the club’s original namesake, until Lee sold the business in 1992. It then became the Pennant East, and the booking of musical acts became more localized, where sometimes national artists performed under its former moniker. The final Sunday performances, billed as “Pennantpalooza,” presented a day-long stream of some of the club’s recurring bands, consisting of Formerly Known As, Please,... Read more →


USA Curling National Championships Coming To Philadelphia Region-cnbnews.net

PHILADELPHIA, …The unconventional sport described as “strangely mesmerizing” is coming to the Philadelphia region for the first time in 2012, when the USA Curling National Championships will be held at IceWorks Skating Complex in Aston, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Curling, which captivates a growing number of people every four years during the Winter Olympics, has gained increasing popularity since it became an Olympic sport in 1998. There are now over 1.5 million people curling at various levels around the globe. “The partnership between IceWorks and the Philadelphia Sports Congress presented a very strong bid,” said Chris Sjue, president of USA Curling,... Read more →


Large Crowd Attends Brooklawn's Patriot Day Service

By Sara Martino Gloucester City News On the back of the Patriot Day Service program presented by the Brooklawn American Legion Post 72, a quote from the Bible is printed: “God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power and of love, and of a sound mind.” II Timothy 1:7. Those citizens that attended the dedication of the Brooklawn 9/11 Memorial and Monument of the Delaware Valley held at the Brooklawn Memorial Park on Sunday showed the power, love and sound mind as they patriotically listened and observed the ringing of the bell to signify the times... Read more →


DEP, DHSS URGE RESIDENTS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS AGAINST MOSQUITOES

IN WAKE OF HEAVY SUMMER RAINFALL (11/P118) TRENTON - The Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Health and Senior Services are urging State residents to take precautions to protect themselves from mosquito-borne West Nile virus by taking some simple steps to reduce populations of the insect on their own properties. Image via Wikipedia Late summer and early fall are typically the most critical times of the year to be aware of the potential for the dangers of contracting West Nile virus from mosquito bites. Mosquito activity can continue until late October. Mosquitoes also can become more active throughout the... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Alumni News-cnbnews.net

The GCHS Alumni Communion Breakfast The GCHS Alumni Communion Breakfast will be held on November 20th beginning with Mass at 9:00 am followed by the breakfast. Both events will be held in the Msgr. Edward Lucitt Hall. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased by contacting Anne Barron 856-456-4400 ext.220. The board of trustees is accepting nominations for the special awards that will be presented at the affair. Below you will find the awards and their criteria. Feel free to write a few words of support of the nomination. All nominations must be received by October 15th. Please send nominations... Read more →


Bucks County Doctor Sentenced for Running Northeast Philadelphia Pill Mill-cnbnews.net

PHILADELPHIA—Christopher Vassalluzzo, D.O., 47, of New Hope, Pennsylvania, was sentenced today to 34 months in prison for a conspiracy that illegally distributed millions of prescription controlled substance diet drugs. Vassalluzzo and others operated an office at 3000 Holme Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia that was, in fact, a “pill mill.” In April, Vassalluzzo pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, mail fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud, structuring, aggravated structuring, conspiracy to commit tax evasion, and tax evasion. Vassalluzzo’s illegal enterprise generated more than $5 million in cash. In addition to the prison term, U.S. District Court Judge Anita Brody... Read more →