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May 2012

Police Release Pedro Hernandez Mug Shot, Deny They Ignored Tips -- Daily Intel

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 25: Daughter Becky Hernandez (2nd L) and wife Rosemary Hernandez (2nd R), of alleged Etan Patz murderer suspect Pedro Hernandez, walk away from a courthouse with a lawyer and a family friend before Pedro Hernandez's arraignment later in the day on May 25, 2012 in New York City. Patz was... Read more →

Video: "The Green Nation" Outlaw Biker Gang | FoxNewsla.com (Part 2)

"The Green Nation" -- is on a mission to replace the Hells Angels as the "Baddest" outlaw biker gang Part 2: MyFoxLA.com Insiders say the Vagos Motorcyle Club -- also called "The Green Nation" -- is on a mission to replace the Hells Angels as the "Baddest" outlaw biker gang. Members publicly insist they're *not... Read more →

Video: "The Green Nation" Outlaw Biker Gang Part 1 | MyFoxLA.com

"The Green Nation" -- is on a mission to replace the Hells Angels as the "Baddest" outlaw biker gang Insiders say the Vagos Motorcyle Club -- also called "The Green Nation" -- is on a mission to replace the Hells Angels as the "Baddest" outlaw biker gang. Members publicly insist they're *not a *criminal outfit... Read more →

NCAA decertifies another bat

National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recently announced the decertification of another popular baseball bat — the33-inch Reebok Vector-TLS. As a result, the 33-inch Reebok Vector-TLS is a non-compliant bat and must be eliminated, until further notice, from all American Legion Baseball practices and competitions. This is... Read more →


MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. - Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced that a 36-year- old Shamong man pled guilty yesterday in Superior Court to slamming a 77-year-old woman to the ground in the parking lot of a Tabernacle food store last year and then driving off in her car to purchase drugs. Roy C. Patterson... Read more →


Roundabout Proposed To Improve Safety At Riverton-Branch-Parry Intersection Freeholder Joseph B. Donnelly announced today that a public information session will be held Wednesday, June 6 from 4-7 p.m. to solicit public comments for the proposed intersection improvements to Riverton Road, Branch Pike and Parry Road in Cinnaminson. The public information session will be held at... Read more →

41 Charged in Takedown of Major Drug Network with Ties to Latin Street Gangs in Camden

TRENTON – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced that 25 alleged drug dealers were arrested today in the takedown of a major narcotics distribution network with ties to the Ñetas that was dealing large quantities of heroin in the area of 4th and Royden Streets in Camden. Arrest warrants were issued for 41 people, including... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Seek Suspect Wanted for Rape in the 8th District

May 30, 2012 The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect responsible for sexually assaulting three complainants between July 2010, and August 2011. On August 3, 2011, at 2:30am, a 24 year-old female complainant accepted a ride from an unknown male at Torresdale & Longshore Avenue, who was operating a... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Arrest Suspect on Auto Theft Charges

press release May 29, 2012 The Philadelphia Police Department would like to thank the media and the public for helping us to arrest suspect Yolonda Millhouse. Millhouse has been identified as the suspect responsible for a theft from an auto on the 7600 block of Crittenden Street in Chestnut Hill where the complainant’s wallet was... Read more →

Obituary: Tony Frye of Audubon, age 96

Tony Frye of Audubon, N.J. Tony Frye passed away on May 21, 2012. He was 96 years old. He was the beloved husband of the late Nancy Frye (nee Booth). He was the dear father of Nancy Frye Brice, Diane (Dave) Hollingshead, Joseph (Pat) Frye and Gail Capriotti; grandfather of Curtis Jentsch, Michelle and Andrea... Read more →

Philadelphia: Escape Prisoner Sean Johnson Wanted for Attempted Murder

May 30, 2012 On May 17, 2012 at 2:40pm, an 80 year old male was inside of his home in the 6600 block of Yocum Street. The victim heard a noise in his basement, went to investigate and was shot in the stomach and leg. The victim is currently in critical condition at HUP. As... Read more →

Amazon.com to Open Two New Jersey Distribution Facilities

Governor of New Jersey at a town hall in Hillsborough, NJ 3/2/11 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Amazon Making Plans to Open Two New Jersey Facilities, Expected to Create Thousands of Jobs, Including 1,500 Permanent Jobs Trenton, NJ – Joined by company representatives, Governor Chris Christie announced today the beginning of a long-term partnership with global e-commerce... Read more →

Letter to the Editor: Mayor Redd Silent on Law Suit and recent filed Injunction

The Mayor of Camden Dana Redd was at the 18th Annual March for Jesus in Camden on Saturday. 100’s of believers who would welcome One Minute of Silence and opening a Holy Bible in a Classroom listen while the Mayor has kept silent for more then a minute now on her stand against Prayer and... Read more →

Six Drivers Arrested For Driving While Intoxicated Over Memorial Day Weekend

Gloucester Township Police conducted enhanced DWI enforcement patrols this past holiday weekend as well as a DWI checkpoint on Saturday May 26th on Berlin-Cross Keys Road. The patrols began Thursday night and ended Monday night. Six drivers were arrested for driving while intoxicated. Two drivers were arrested at the checkpoint Saturday night. Two drivers were... Read more →

Support Our Troops in Afghanistan Care Package Drive

The Yellow Ribbon Club is pleased to announce that we are partnered again this year with the Ravitz Family Shop Rite Stores in sending care packages to the troops serving in Afghanistan. The Ravitz Family owns 5 stores locally and they will work with the Yellow Ribbon Club for the entire month of June in... Read more →

CNBNEWS Face of Defense: Black Hawk Helicopters Land at AC International Airport

05/30/2012 03:34 PM CDT Four UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters land at Atlantic City International Airport, N.J., May 29, 2012. The crews are assigned to 1-150th Assault Helicopter Battalion, New Jersey Army National Guard. The helicopters transported civilian employers of New Jersey's Guardsmen for "Boss Lift," an event run by the Employer Support of the Guard... Read more →

Bayshore Tea Party: We Need to Support Ryan Mauro Expose the Iman of Middletown

Here is a msg from Ryan Mauro...he needs our support on this guy! My name is Ryan Mauro and I'm the national security analyst for RadicalIslam.org, the flagship website of the Clarion Fund. I am frequently on FOX News Channel and am a resident of Wall Township. I am writing you because I recently learned... Read more →

Meandering w/ Mark Matthews: Bellmawr Concert, 5k, Election, Youth Program | cnbnews.net

(cnbnews.net)Several things going on right now in Bellmawr... instead of my usual wordy self, here's some quick hits. Bellmawr Concert in The Park Up first on Thursday May 31st, is Bellmawr's First Annual "Concert in the Park". This innagural event features cover band BlackHorse and will be held at the Recreation Center (Bell and Creek... Read more →

Home Country: Dud and 'Ol' Henry | cnbnews.net

by Slim Randles (cnbnews.net) “Ain’t nothing in the world dumber’n a horse,” said Dud, pulling up his chair at the Mule Barn truck stop’s philosophy counter. “I swear they have just enough brains to walk and breathe at the same time.” Steve, the full-time professional cowboy of the outfit, looked over at Dud, who was... Read more →

Searchers Find Warship Evidence Close To Brooklawn Waterfront | GCN

By Sara Martino Gloucester City News A non-profit group called the “Andrew Doria – the First Salute,” wants to build a replica of the American warship scuttled and burned near the Brooklawn waterfront to avoid capture by British troops in 1777. The organization, along with David Howe of the Institute of Maritime History, is searching... Read more →

TICKETS ON SALE FOR American Legion World Series

The first American Legion World Series in its NEW official home sold a record-setting 86,162 tickets! ESPN3 covered the tournament for the first time, allowing people around the world to watch the games live. The Eden Prairie, Minn., team forced a 15th game on the last day and survived a 22-inning doubleheader to win the... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic High School Class of 2012 to Graduate 170 Students | cnbnews.net

Gloucester Catholic High School’s Class of 2012 will graduate 170 students during the Annual Commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 31, at St. Agnes Church in Blackwood. The Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation Ceremony will begin at 3:30 p.m. at St. Agnes. Earlier in the day, graduates will be honored during the Annual Senior Awards Breakfast at... Read more →

States Schedule Hearings on Black Drum Public Information Document

Logo of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, chartered by U.S. Government for interstate cooperation in fisheries management. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) press release May 29, 2012 Arlington, VA - The States of New Jersey, Delaware, North Carolina and the Commonwealth of Virginia have scheduled their hearings to gather public comment on the Public Information Document... Read more →

President Obama: 50 years after Vietnam

In his speech at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., President Obama did more than just mark Memorial Day; he began the 50th commemoration of that conflict and those who served in one of America's longest wars. Fifty years ago, American forces stepped up operations in Vietnam. During the conflict, more than three million... Read more →

Browning Road resurfacing project to begin in Bellmawr | NJ.com

A half-mile section of Browning Road here will be resurfaced beginning Thursday, the Camden County Department of Public Works announced. The $485,400 project will include the resurfacing of the roadway from Lewis Avenue to Belmont Avenue. This phase of the project involved the repair of concrete joint repairs throughout the project’s limits. When it is... Read more →

Local Students Graduate from Gwynedd-Mercy College

GWYNEDD VALLEY, PA (05/30/2012)(readMedia)-- Officially completing their degrees at Gwynedd-Mercy College were the following students: Kerri Bulger of Gloucester City, NJ Lucy Zettlemoyer of Mount Ephraim, NJ In U.S. News & World Report's 2012 edition of "Best Colleges," Gwynedd-Mercy College ranked in the first tier of its category, which is largely attributed to its high... Read more →

Calvin Zaun, of Cherry Hill, Gloucester City HS Alumni Class of '47

Calvin Zaun, of Cherry Hill, the father of the American POW whose battered face became an iconic image during the Persian Gulf War, died Sunday, May 27, at the Lutheran Home nursing-care facility in Moorestown after a long illness. Mr. Zaun’s son, Jeffrey, was held captive for six weeks by Saddam Hussein’s forces in 1991.... Read more →


Georgia Dome - Atlanta, GA April 6th & 8th, 2013 Ticket applications will be accepted beginning March 12, 2012 through May 31, 2012, or until 20,000 applications have been received. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted. The NCAA's determination regarding submissions and the timing thereof shall, in all cases, be final and... Read more →

League recap: Gloucester Catholic extends undefeated streak to seven games - MaxPreps News

Gloucester Catholic Rams May 29, 2012 Gloucester Catholic (24-4, 10-0) has won seven games in a row, Tri-County - Diamond's longest active win streak. In the past week, the Rams won another four games, including a 5-0 victory over Buena and a 7-1 win over Holy Spirit. Brett Tenuto led Gloucester Catholic's offense with three... Read more →

Gloucester Police Honor Frederick J. Blackburn, Killed In The Line Of Duty | GCN

Gloucester City Pollice Chief George Berglund (far left) was the MC. Patrolman Wm.Johnson, (second from right) and Sgt. Jason Flood organized the event. Mayor William James apologized on behalf of the citizens of Gloucester City to the family members (pictured) for taking 66- years to honor their grand honoro honor their grandfather and cousin. cnbnews... Read more →

Gloucester City (13) at Pennsville (5), NJSIAA Tournament, Semifinal Round - NJ.com

South Jersey, Group 1 - Softball - NJ.com Gloucester Times, May 29, 2012 10:12 p.m. Gloucester scored 13 unanswered runs, including 10 in the fifth inning, as the third-seeded Lions roared past No. 2 Pennsville, 13-5, in a South Jersey Group I semifinal. Maddy McClintock's three-run double capped the rally and Kate Boulden pitched 3... Read more →

Man Commits Assault With Hammer And Knives | cnbnews.net

On May 29, 2012 at approximately 1:53 pm the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to a 233 Lacascata Townhouses in Gloucester Township, NJ for a report of an adult male suspect who had assaulted an adult female friend with a hammer and threatened to stab her with a large knife. The female then was able... Read more →

Engagement Announced | cnbnews.net

(cnbnews.net) Announcement has been made of the engagement of Dana T. Lionetti and Stephen T. Malloy. They reside in Gloucester City. Miss Lionetti is the daughter of Anthony Lionetti and Dawn Watson and the late Daniel Watson. A 2013 wedding is planned. Read more →

U.S. Bishops Prepare Catholics for Civil Disobedience: ‘We May Need to Witness to the Truth by Resisting the Law’ | CNSNews.com

(CNSNews.com) - Having organized 43 plaintiffs—including the archdioceses of New York and Washington and the University of Notre Dame—to file 12 different lawsuits against the Obama administration last Monday alleging the administration is violating the religious freedom of Catholics, the Catholic bishops of the United States are now preparing Catholics for what may be the... Read more →

Gloucester City’s Bond/Loan Debt Totals $30.1 Million, Landlords Lose Rental License, Et Cetera

CNBNEWS.net TIPS AND SNIPPETS by Bill Cleary Gloucester City Mayor and Council passed two bond ordinances at the May 24 meeting, one in the amount of $716,000 and the other in the amount of $182,000 for a total of $898,000. The money from the first bond will be used for the reconstruction and resurfacing of... Read more →

AMAC: Senate Democrats stubbornly refuse to allow consideration of a much-overdue budget’ -

press release BOHEMIA, NY, May 15 – “We’re just months away from a devastating, new financial tempest and Congress just sits there watching the gathering clouds,” warned Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. It’s a perfect storm that’s coming, consisting of a half-billion-dollars’ worth of expiring tax cuts and the onset... Read more →

Mt. Ephraim BOE Disagrees On Superintendent Search

By Leigh Anne Hubbs Gloucester City News Now that Superintendent Joseph Rafferty has announced his resignation effective June 30, members of the Mount Ephraim School Board have three options in hiring a new superintendent. They are to hire a new superintendent, promote from within the school district, or enter a shared services agreement with another... Read more →

Child Nearly Drowns In Small Pool | cnbnews.net

press release On May 29, 2012 at approximately 10:33 the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to a residence on the unit block of Glamis Road in Gloucester Township, NJ for a report of a 1 1/2 year old girl who had drowned in an inflatable pool. The child's mother was visiting friends and several other... Read more →

Officer Down: Englewood Officer Victim Of Hit & Run Dies

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – An Englewood police officer has died after being run down during a traffic stop. The routine traffic stop turned into a hit-and-run around 12:05 a.m. Monday. It sent the police officer and the man he pulled over to the hospital. Officer Jeremy Bitner, 39, died from his injuries. The incident happened... Read more →

Bellmawr Students Are ‘Wonderstruck’ At History Museum | GCN

By Chris Concannon, Gloucester City News A group of fourth grade students from Bellmawr Park School enjoyed the field trip of the year when they visited the American Museum of Natural History in New York City May 2. The trip was spearheaded by teacher Carol Benedict, with full support from Principal Elizabeth Calabria and Superintendent... Read more →

UPDATED: Township Purchased over $70,000 of Equipment and Never Used It, Wasting Taxpayer Money | GallowayTwpNews.com

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP -- After receiving several tips, GallowayTwpNews.com has obtained through Open Public Records Requests, purchase orders and invoices on Public Works equipment that the Township purchased and never used. We also requested maintenance logs on the equipment that would provide us the hours logged for usage as well as any maintenance work done on... Read more →

Meandering w/ Mark Matthews: Brooklawn Memorial Day Photoblog | cnbnews.net

Photo by Mark Matthews Brooklawn American Legion Post 72 Commander Ted Howarth at the Memorial Day Services. by Mark Matthews cnbnews.net While I grew up in Bellmawr, my father Stanley was very active in the Brooklawn American Legion, and because of this Brooklawn was like a second hometown to our family. Ever since I was... Read more →

Pope's Assistant Remains in Custody

VATICAN CITY, May 28 (CNA/EWTN News) .- Paolo Gabriele is still in custody after being charged on Saturday, May 26 with the “aggravated theft” of confidential Vatican documents found in his apartment. The 46-year-old Italian, a father of three, has worked in the Papal Household under both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.... Read more →

Philadelphia Orchestra to Perform West Side Story Score Oct 5-7; Tickets on Sale

source http://www.uwishunu.com From October 5-7, the Philadelphia Orchestra will thrill music and movie fans alike with live performances of the West Side Story score as the newly digitally re-mastered, hi-definition film is screened above the orchestra in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center. (Photo courtesy West Side Story © 1961 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.) It’s a... Read more →

Traveling With Man’s Best Friend | cnbnews.net

by D.J. Wilson - It’s fun to indulge in travel and discover the world from a new perspective. In today’s society it is widely acceptable to share this experience with our pets. Pet friendly vacations are not simply designed to pamper our pooches; they are about spending quality time with man’s best friend. Things used... Read more →

Law Enforcement Ride and Run to Remember Oct. 14

The second annual Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember, taking place on Sunday, October 14, 2012. Register today atwww.RideandRuntoRemember.org. This event, a 54-mile bike ride in the DC Metro Area, is designed to celebrate and raise awareness about the role of law enforcement in our communities and raise funds to support and honor law... Read more →

FBI: Looking for Our Children ‘National Missing Children’s Day 2012’

Adji Desir Alexis S. Patterson Aliayah Lunsford Amber Elizabeth Cates Amanda Berry Amir Jennings Asha Jaquilla Degree Ashley Summers Bethany Leanne Markowski Bianca Lebron Bryan Dos Santos-Gomez Crystal Ann Tymich Daniel Barter Diamond Yvette Bradley Hailey Dunn Haleigh Cummings Jaliek L. Rainwalker Kara Kopetsky Kristin Denise Smart Kyron Richard Horman Lindsey Baum Michaela Joy Garecht... Read more →