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May 2013

AMAC Seeks ‘Stand-Alone’ Social Security Reform

Posted 05/24/2013 | AMAC In The Media, Press Releases ‘We need a real and dedicated solution for fixing Social Security, not pie-in-the-sky theories’ - BOHEMIA, NY, May 24 – “Social Security reform needs to be a stand-alone priority, not some afterthought like some on the Hill propose, claiming that a new immigration law would help ease the pressure on this vital retirement program,” Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens said. SS Administration actuaries came up with the notion recently that the Senate bill to overhaul immigration policy would have a positive impact on Social Security finances,... Read more →

Old Guard Marks Graves With Flags to Honor Fallen Warriors

Army News Service WASHINGTON, May 25, 2013 – A sea of tiny American flags flutters gently in the breeze now at Arlington National Cemetery. The flags were placed at gravesites May 23 in tribute to the service and sacrifice of the nation's fallen service members who rest there. Army Sgt. Titus Fields of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment -- The Old Guard -- places an American flag in front of a gravestone in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va., May 23, 2013. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jose A. Torres Jr. (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. In advance of... Read more →

President Obama Issues ‘Prayer for Peace’ Memorial Day Proclamation

American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, May 24, 2013 – President Barack Obama today proclaimed Memorial Day, May 27, 2013, “as a day of prayer for permanent peace, and I designate the hour beginning in each locality at 11:00 a.m. of that day as a time to unite in prayer. I also ask all Americans to observe the National Moment of Remembrance beginning at 3:00 p.m. local time on Memorial Day.” The president’s proclamation reads as follows: Since our Nation's earliest days, America has been blessed with an unbroken chain of patriots who have served our country with honor and distinction.... Read more →


Memorial Day is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.[2] Formerly known as Decoration Day, it originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in the military service[3]. It typically marks the start of the summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end. Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, particularly to honor those who have died in military service. Many... Read more →

Former judge accused of stealing cocaine

May 23, 2013 HARRISBURG- Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane announced today the filing of criminal charges against retired Washington County Common Pleas Judge Paul Pozonsky. Pozonsky is accused of misappropriating cocaine that was submitted as evidence in drug cases he presided over. The case was presented to a statewide investigating grand jury, which recommended the charges against Pozonsky. In May 2011, Judge Pozonsky began to request that police bring to his courtroom the controlled substances-usually cocaine-- that had been confiscated in drug cases, according to investigators. The controlled substances would be entered into evidence and retained by Judge Pozonsky or... Read more →

Irvington High School Gold Medal Winner of Consumer Bowl

Photo: Irvington High School’s Consumer Bowl team, photographed after the team’s April 16 victory at the Consumer Bowl’s Northern New Jersey Regional Competition. From left: Danny Tandazo, Danielson Joseph, Josmar Adames (team captain), Chiamaka Udoye, Kadeem Willis, and teacher/advisor Joseph Romano. The team today won New Jersey’s final, statewide Consumer Bowl competition. Photo credit: Peter Ciamboli, New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs. TRENTON – The final competition today of New Jersey’s High School Consumer Bowl came down to a nail-biter of an ending. The game ended with a tie, between Irvington High School and Voorhees High School. Then the five-question... Read more →


Bald Eagle (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Meanwhile, reward offered in first case tops $7,000. HARRISBURG – A bald eagle found dead earlier this month in northwestern Pennsylvania is believed to have died from a bullet wound, the Pennsylvania Game Commission announced Thursday. The investigation into the death of a mature eagle found dead May 5 in Clay Township, Butler County, is the second the Game Commission has announced this week. The commission also is investigating the illegal shooting of a mature bald eagle in Allegheny Township, Cambria County. That bird was discovered injured by a concerned citizen May 10, and rushed... Read more →


Camden Riversharks (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Former Phillies infielder joins Riversharks CAMDEN, N.J. The Camden Riversharks announced that they have signed former Philadelphia Phillies infielder Wilson Valdez. Valdez was originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Montreal Expos in 1997 and was signed by the Florida Marlins in 2002. He went on to play for the Seattle Mariners, the San Diego Padres, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the New York Mets organizations before joining the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009. In April, 2010, Valdez was called-up by the Phillies to replace the injured Jimmy Rollins and Juan Castro in the... Read more →

Galloway Township Police Issue Awareness Bulletin

On May 20, 2013 the Galloway Township Police Department as well as the Egg Harbor City Police Department received two (2) separate reports of Impersonation / Fraud. Victim(s) reported that a White Male approached their residences’ identifying himself as an Atlantic City Electric employee. The unidentified male requested that the homeowners’ give him forty-five ($45.00) dollars in cash so that he could “clean their meters.” On both occasions the male advised that the fee needed to be paid at the time of service to him directly. On one occasion, the homeowner requested identification and the male refused to provide her... Read more →

Rev. James J. Collins Placed on Administrative Leave, Alleged Sexual Abuse Incident Happened 40 Years Ago

Charles J. Chaput (Photo credit: Wikipedia) May 26, 2013 philadelphia Archdiocese press release Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. has placed Reverend James J. Collins on administrative leave following an allegation that he sexually abused a minor over forty years ago. No other allegation of this nature has been received against him. While on administrative leave he is not permitted to exercise his public ministry pending the outcome of the investigation. His leave is not connected to the cases of priests placed on administrative leave following the February 2011 Grand Jury Report. Consistent with the Archdiocesan Policy for the Protection... Read more →

News from the Gloucester Township Police Department

Child Ejected From Vehicle During Crash On May 23rd, 2013 at approximately 11:30am, Gloucester Township Police responded to Berlin- Cross Keys Road in the area of the Target store for a report of a two vehicle motor vehicle crash in which a child was ejected from the vehicle. Arriving officers found the child to be conscious and alert. He was stabilized at the scene and transported to Cooper Hospital along with the mother who received minor injuries. It was reported that the child’s injuries are non-life threatening. The driver of the striking vehicle was not injured. The identities of the... Read more →

Thompson to Introduce Legislation Requiring Lap/Shoulder Seat Belts in New School Buses

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/ClearysNotebook FOLLOW US ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/CNBNEWSNET Citing Recent Old Bridge School Bus Crashes, Thompson Says Measure Would Offer Increased Child Safety Senator Sam Thompson (R-12) said that recent school bus accidents in Old Bridge, including a crash in which several children were injured, has prompted his introduction of legislation to make school buses safer. The bill, which is being drafted for introduction, would require all new school buses to include three-point lap and shoulder seat belts. "Parents put their children in infant seats and booster seats to make sure they're protected in their own cars, but... Read more →

Seeing Eye: Your Help is Needed

"That's how good they are. It's just amazing"- Jerry Smith, Seeing Eye Graduate Jerry remembers fondly, "On that first day, of that first walk with my very first Seeing Eye® dog, the trainer simply told me: 'Now follow the dog.' It was at that very moment that I just knew it was going to work. I thought to myself, now this is freedom! We went down that street as fast as we wanted and I said, 'Yahoo!' Here we go!" More recently, Jerry and his Seeing Eye dog, Val, were strolling down the street on a very windy day. Jerry... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: Grants Available for Homeowners Affected by Hurricane Sandy

May 25, 2013 Trenton, NJ – Marking a major step forward in the recovery from Superstorm Sandy, the Christie Administration today launched the reNew Jersey Stronger housing assistance initiative to assist homeowners impacted by the storm. Beginning today, eligible homeowners can apply for grant assistance at www.renewjerseystronger.org or by calling 1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946). The grants are designed to encourage homeowners to resettle in their primary residences and help them reconstruct, rehabilitate, elevate and mitigate their homes. “We are working incredibly hard to get money out to Sandy-impacted individuals as quickly as possible, and today’s announcement demonstrates our commitment to this mission,”... Read more →

Why Bike Sharing Make Sense for New York

By Jeffrey Zupan, Senior Fellow for Transportation, RPA Looking like slots on a machine awaiting giant coins to set them into action, the rows of gun-metal-color bike stations are proliferating in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Soon, Citi Bike two-wheelers will be plugged into them, and a new game will go into motion – New York City’s bike-sharing program. Long awaited and long delayed, the bike-share plan is finally beginning. And as with any big city endeavor, there are bumps and sharp edges as it rolls out, including complaints by some residents and businesses worried about losing parking spaces. In a city... Read more →

Attendees Enjoy ‘Bon Appetite’ at Bellmawr Library

Bellmawr NJ – Carla from Severino Pasta of Westmont shares her family secrets of cooking authentic Italian pasta dishes with 22 gourmets who enjoy a sampling of food during a cooking demonstration at the Bellmawr Branch of the Camden County Library, Tuesday, May 21, 2013. ### Established in 1921, Camden County Library System seeks to meet the recreational, informational and educational needs of its customers with locations in Bellmawr, Camden, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Merchantville, Winslow Township and Voorhees. The Library is governed and supported by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Camden County Library Commission. LIKE US... Read more →

Michelle Greenwald of Mount Ephraim Named to Dean's List at Gwynedd-Mercy College

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/ClearysNotebook FOLLOW US ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/CNBNEWSNET GWYNEDD VALLEY, PA. (05/23/2013)(readMedia)-- Michelle Greenwald of Mount Ephraim, NJ, has been named to Gwynedd-Mercy College's spring 2013 dean's list. This recognizes one of the highest forms of academic excellence within a specific area of study. In U.S. News & World Report's 2013 edition of "Best Colleges," Gwynedd-Mercy College ranked in the first tier of its category, which is largely attributed to its high graduation and retention rates. The college prepares students to become top professionals in the fields of allied health professions, arts and sciences, business, education and nursing.... Read more →

Sheriff’s Department & Freeholder’s Office Sponsor Senior Expo On May 30

Free Medical Screenings & Lunch Served Up With Valuable Information A multitude of services, prizes, and valuable information will be available to older Burlington County residents who attend the Annual Senior Citizen Expo, sponsored by the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department and the Board of Chosen Freeholders. The Expo will be held on Thursday, May 30 at the Masonic Home’s Fellowship Center, 1114 Oxmead Road, Burlington Township. Hours will be from 10 AM to 2 PM. “The objective is to provide seniors with a clearinghouse of information on services available through both government and private non-profit organizations,” said Sheriff Jean E.... Read more →

Two Convicted By NJ Federal Jury For Scheme To Rob Drug Dealers And Sell Their Cocaine

CAMDEN, N.J. – Two men who plotted to rob a drug stash house in order to sell the stolen cocaine were convicted today by a federal jury in New Jersey of crimes related to the scheme, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Ralph Dennis, 35, and Terrance Hardee, a/k/a “Fat Cat,” 36, both of Philadelphia, were each convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit robbery and one count of conspiracy to possess more than 5 kilograms of cocaine with intent to distribute. Dennis was also found guilty of using and carrying a firearm during a crime of violence. The... Read more →

UK boxer Froch predicting late stoppage of Kessler

LONDON (AFP) May 24, 2013 10:08:00 AM EDT Henning Bagger/Scanpix/AFP/File Britain's Carl Froch (left) hits Denmark's Mikkel Kessler during their super-middleweight fight in Herning, on April 24, 2010. Froch is predicting he will stop Mikkel Kessler inside 10 rounds in their world super-middleweight title unification fight on May 25. Carl Froch is predicting he will stop Mikkel Kessler inside 10 rounds in their world super-middleweight title unification fight on Saturday. Both boxers will be putting world titles on the line for a rematch in front of 18,000 fans at the O2 Arena in London after Englishman Froch weighed in at... Read more →

UPDATE: THE YOUNGSTER HAS BEEN FOUND/Philadelphia: Missing Juvenile Maurice Sorzano-Carter Last Seen May 22, 2013 | cnbnews.net

UPDATE: THE YOUNGSTER HAS BEEN FOUND! MAY 24, 2013 NEWS PHILADELPHIA PA--On May 22, 2013, Maurice Sorzano-Carter was last seen at his residence on the 700 block of Brighton Street. Maurice is a Black male, 12 years-of-age, 5’8″, 115lbs, brown eyes, light complexion, and has short black hair. He was last seen wearing tan pants and a navy blue shirt. If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Maurice Sorzano-Carter please contact: Northeast Detectives Division 215-686-3153/3154 Det. Campbell #600 DC# 13-02-033120 Related articles Police searching for missing boy, 12 Alleged robbers, ages 13 and 15, charged with felony... Read more →

Roemer places 17th in high jump at NCAAs

PRESS RELEASE MAY 25 LaCrosse, WI … Junior Brigit Roemer (Ewing, NJ/Ewing), a student-athlete for The College of New Jersey women’s track and field program, placed 17th overall in the high jump event at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships held in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Roemer posted a height of 1.60 meters (5’-3”), placing just one spot outside of All-American honors. The top eight finishers are named All-American, while nine through 16 receive All-American Honorable Mention citations. Elizabeth Evans, a senior from Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, claimed the national title by clearing 1.79 meters (5’-10.5”). After... Read more →


ARCHBISHOP CHAPUT'S WEEKLY COLUMN "IRS officials have, of course, confessed that they inappropriately targeted conservative groups - - especially those with 'tea party' or 'patriot' in their names -- for extra scrutiny when they sought non-profit status. Allegations of abuse or harassment have since broadened to include groups conducting grassroots projects to 'make America a better place to live,' to promote classes about the U.S. Constitution or to raise support for Israel. "However, it now appears the IRS also challenged some individuals and religious groups that, while defending key elements of their faith traditions, have criticized projects dear to the... Read more →

NRA-ILA | Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit to Ban Traditional Ammunition

In 2010, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) denied a petition filed by a number of groups (led by the radical anti-gun, anti-hunting environmental group Center for Biological Diversity) to ban the use of lead ammunition. The 2010 denial was based on the simple fact that the EPA does not have the legal authority under the Toxic Substance Control Act to ban or regulate ammunition. As we reported in 2010, this is not an accident. When TSCA was passed in 1976, pro-gun legislators led by the late Sen. James McClure (R-Idaho) added language to the bill specifically exempting ammunition from EPA... Read more →

Colin McKevitt of Wall Earns Degree from the University of Vermont

BURLINGTON, VT (05/23/2013)(readMedia)-- Colin D. McKevitt of Wall, NJ received a BS degree in Wildlife & Fisheries Biology within the Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources during commencement ceremonies on May 19, 2013 at the University of Vermont. The university conferred degrees this year on an estimated 3,258 graduates, including 2,577 bachelor's, 439 master's, 122 doctoral, and 106 M.D. degree recipients, in addition to 14 post-baccalaureate certificates. Among degree recipients were students from 44 states 17 countries. Chartered in 1791, UVM was the first college or university in the United States that did not give preference to a religious... Read more →

Towns Walkoff Blast Lifts No. 5 Virginia Baseball Past Florida State, 7-4

May 25, 2013 DURHAM, N.C. – Kenny Towns (So., Burke, Va.) hit a three-run walkoff home run with one out in the 12th inning to lift the fifth-ranked Virginia baseball team to a 7-4 victory over No. 7 Florida State Saturday in the 2013 ACC Baseball Championship at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. Seeded third in the field, Virginia (47-10) finishes pool play with a 2-1 record, while the second-seeded Seminoles (44-15) went 0-3 in pool play. In hitting UVa's first walkoff homer since Jared King on March 19, 2011, against Florida State, Towns drove in four runs... Read more →

D’Aiutolo, Gallagher post top 15 finishes at NCAAs

May 25, 2013 LaCrosse, WI … A pair of senior track and field stars from The College of New Jersey registered top 15 finishes at the 2013 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Senior Steven D’Aiutolo (Cinnaminson, NJ/Cinnaminson) placed ninth overall in the triple jump event with a leap of 14.67 meters (48’-1.75”). Classmate Andy Gallagher (New Foundland, NJ/Milford) finished 13th nationally in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. He completed the event in 9:30.37. D’Aiutolo finished just one spot outside of All-American honors. In six jump attempts, he posted his top distance on... Read more →

Police Suicide Excluded from Drug Raid Suit

May 22, 2013 (CN) - Fayette County, Pa. may preclude evidence of a police officer's recent suicide as it continues to litigate a case stemming from the seizure of drugs and drug paraphernalia during the Church of Universal Love and Music's "funk fest," a federal judge ruled. On Aug. 1, 2009, the Fayette County Drug Task Force raided the nondenominational, interfaith Church of Universal Love and Music's (CULM) outdoor "funk fest," which drew a crowd of about 800 to founder William D. Pritts's 147-acre property in Bullskin, Pa. Officials seized 76 bags of marijuana and 1,090 smoking devices and charged... Read more →

Fish Oil May Help the Heart Beat Mental Stress | cnbnews.net

English: Fish oil plant. Operated by Equateq, this plant opened in 2005 to process fish into omega-3 oils and fatty acids for the pharmaceutical sector. A big investment in an otherwise non-industrialised part of the Outer Hebrides. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Released: 5/22/2013 10:00 AM EDT Source Newsroom: American Physiological Society (APS) more news from this source Newswise — Bethesda, Md. (May 22, 2013)—The omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil have long been thought to protect against cardiovascular disease—so much so that the American Heart Association currently recommends eating at least two servings of fish a week, particularly fatty varieties... Read more →

One of the Most Dangerous Overpasses in America is in Gloucester City NJ | NBC NEWS

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--The Route 676 overpass at Klemm and Orlando Avenues has been named one of the most dangerous in the entire country. Thirty million dollars has been set aside to fix it. Hopefully the Department of Transportation will have some money left over to fix the leaning utility pole shown in this picture. photo credit cnbnews.net Millions of Americans will cross 'structurally deficient' bridges this weekend But hundreds of less glamorous bridges — many of them generic overpasses that take commuters over cross streets or other highways — remain vulnerable. Here are six crossings, together used by more than... Read more →

Letters: The little known facts about the IRS Mess

Did you know that the IRS is in charge of implementing 21 new taxes (including the Individual Mandate) and hundreds of other new regulations in ObamaCare? Did you know that the IRS is hiring thousands of new IRS agents just to enforce all those new ObamaCare taxes and regulations? The cost of this law is already estimated at $1.8 trillion. But the real kicker is … The same IRS official who led the IRS division that admitted to abusing their power and politically profiled Americans has now been promoted to oversee the policing of your health care through ObamaCare! Washington... Read more →

FBI: Looking for Our Children

Adji Desir Alexis S. Patterson Aliayah Lunsford Amber Elizabeth Cates Amir Jennings Asha Jaquilla Degree Ashley Summers Bethany Leanne Markowski Bianca Lebron Bryan Dos Santos-Gomez Christina Lynn Adkins 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 Rachel Louise Cooke Reachelle Smith Rolando Salas Jusino Shaina Ashley Kirkpatrick Shausha Latine Henson Sierra Mae Lamar Steven Earl Kraft, Jr. Tabitha Danielle Tuders National Missing Children’s Day 2013 05/24/13 PRESS RELEASE Earlier this month in Cleveland, three young women were freed from years... Read more →

Memorial Day message from National Commander Jim Koutz

Dear Legion Family Members and Friends, All of us cherish the memories of our fallen comrades, friends or loved ones. Not a day goes by when I don’t think about the friends I’ve lost. I think about the young 20-somethings I knew from Vietnam who made the supreme sacrifice serving our nation. I think about the heroes from other eras – the Great Wars, Korea, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan – who gave their lives so all of us could enjoy our freedoms. This weekend, of course, another Memorial Day is upon us. I hope that you will join me... Read more →

Harvesting Even More From Crop Insurance

TAXPAYERS FOR COMMON SENSE Volume XVIII No. 21: May 24, 2013 --This week’s Wastebasket is part two of two. Last week, we analyzed the “Rear View Farm Bill” being considered in the U.S. Senate. This week, we dive into the federal crop insurance program to show how taxpayer dollars can be saved. Crop insurance – the most expensive taxpayer support in Washington’s bloated agriculture policy – was placed in the hot seat this week. As the Senate began to consider a new trillion dollar farm bill, amendments from lawmakers across the political spectrum sprang up. Whether they represented states with... Read more →

Pet Tip of the Week: Safely Walking Fido | cnbnews.net

Trixie the Naughty Dog by Dawn Watson (cnbnews.net) Some dogs need a little space when they are going on a walk. Perhaps they were not socialized at a young age and are uncomfortable with their own species. Or, they dislike specific items on a human, such as hats, glasses, or flowing garments. If you have a dog that matches one or more of these descriptions, a professional trainer can help. If you decide not to hire a trainer, here are some tips to help you make your dog less stressed while walking with you: • Teach your dog the ‘Leave... Read more →


Pheasant (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Game Commission seeks partners to help expand popular program. HARRISBURG – After more than a decade of success, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is working to expand its Junior Pheasant Hunt Program and is seeking partners to do so. The commission is asking sportsmen’s clubs and other conservation organizations to meet an increasing demand created by the youngsters who want to participate in the program. And this year, clubs have the opportunity to host not one, but two organized junior pheasant hunts, and have been given leeway to accept more participants at the events they host. Those... Read more →

CNBNews Editor Spends Time with Cub Scout Pack 165

By Connie Cleary/CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--CNBNews Editor Bill Cleary (center/standing) recently spoke to Pack 165 Cub Scouts at the PAL building, Brown and Somerset Streets, Gloucester City. The Cub Scouts were working on obtaining a news badge and Cleary was asked to explain what it was like being a journalist. He also explained how a newspaper is printed. Cleary is the former editor/publisher of the Gloucester City News and Camden County Record. Presently he is the owner and editor of CNBNews.net. He has been a reporter since 1966. The Cub Scouts were so good during his presentation he gave... Read more →

Letters: Thank You For Your Support

Bill, I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support during an extremely successful National Police Week! I’m looking forward to continuing our important work honoring our nation’s law enforcement officers. We’re already preparing for our next big event: the Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember, a weekend including a 55- or 30-mile bike ride and a 5K run on October 12-13 in Washington, DC. If you aren’t able to make it to Washington, DC, we hope you’ll register to participate virtually from your own local area. Virtual participants have access to the same online... Read more →


Rowan University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) May 23, 2013 LA CROSSE, WI – Rowan University’s Demetrius Rooks and the 4x400 meter relay advance to the finals at the NCAA Division III Championships on Saturday. The three-day championships are being held at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s Roger Harring Stadium. On Thursday, Rooks (sr. Galloway, NJ/Absegami) won heat two of the 400 meter hurdles with a time of 51.64. He has the top time among the nine qualifiers for Saturday’s final at 7:30 p.m. At the 2012 NCAA Championships, Rooks finished second with a school record time of 51.25. He also earned... Read more →


May 24, 2013 GREENSBORO, N.C. - For the first time in 27 years, Saint Joseph's will be represented at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships as graduate student distance standout Kevin McDonnell (Moorestown, N.J./Camden Catholic) took sixth place out of 48 runners in the 10,000m on Thursday evening at the 2013 NCAA Division I Track and Field East Regional Preliminary Round at Irwin Belk Track inside of Aggie Stadium, hosted by North Carolina A&T State University. In a time of 29:59.82, McDonnell becomes one of 12 finalists to advance to the 2013 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track... Read more →

James J. Ryan Sr., Bellmawr Mayor/Councilman, Rotary Club Member, Businessman, Entrepreneur, WW II Navy Veteran | cnbnews.net

Surrounded by his loving family, on his 90th birthday, May 23, 2013. Former Mayor and City Councilman of Bellmawr. More recently of Mt. Laurel and Cherry Hill and a long-time resident of Sea Isle City. Loving and devoted husband of 60 years to Gwendolyn V. (nee Egner). Beloved father of Richard, Kathleen Pacifico, James Jr. (Sara), David (Stacey), Jennifer Alleva (David) and Daniel. Cherished “Poppy” to 17 grandchildren and the late Jaime DeMaria, and 4 great grandchildren. Dear brother of Edwin (Ruth), brother-in-law of Mary, wife of the late Jack, his twin, and brother of the late Bernard (Helene), Jerome... Read more →

Camden County Freeholder Board May 24 News

Join us Saturday at the Memorial Day Weekend Ceremony Honoring Our Heroes Please join the Camden County Freeholders and Office of Veterans Affairs as we honor our nation’s heroes with a special ceremony for friends and families of veterans from Camden County who sacrificed their lives in the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The event will be held on Saturday, May 25th, from 10 a.m.- 11 a.m. at the Camden County Veterans Cemetery at Harleigh Cemetery in Camden. “We embrace our veterans and the County’s Office of Veterans Affairs works every day to deliver veterans the information, help and services... Read more →

No. 5 Virginia Baseball Thumps Georgia Tech, 8-2

Virginia Cavaliers athletic logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Silverstein tosses 8 2/3 innings to lead Cavaliers to ACC tournament win DURHAM, N.C. – Scott Silverstein (R-Sr., Olney, Md.) fired 8 2/3 innings of two-run baseball to lift the fifth-ranked Virginia baseball team to an 8-2 triumph over Georgia Tech Thursday in the 2013 ACC Baseball Championship at Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. The third-seeded Cavaliers (46-10) improved to 1-1 in the tournament and will play No. 2 seed Florida State at 11 a.m. Saturday in the final game in pool play. The winners of each pool advance to the... Read more →

Brown's Super Stores Opens Crab House in N.J. ShopRite | Supermarket News

BROOKLAWN, N.J. — Brown’s Super Stores opened an outpost of Philadelphia-based Chickie’s & Pete’s crab house in a ShopRite store here, the retailer announced on its Facebook page. The Chickie’s & Pete’s Express menu includes the restaurant’s signature crabfries, crab pretzel and Lisa’s blonde lobster pie pizza, as well as crab legs, mussels and chicken wings. The restaurant also offers combo meals for two or four and catering. Jeff Brown, president and CEO of Brown’s, said on Facebook that the retailer is also looking into bringing Chickie’s and Pete’s to its Fairless Hills, Pa., store. via supermarketnews.com Related articles ShopRite... Read more →

Two Individuals Indicted for Allegedly Attempting to Steal More than $75,000 through So-Called “Black Money Scam”

view indictment TRENTON - Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced that two men were indicted today for their alleged roles in a so-called “Black Money Scam” in which the defendants allegedly attempted to steal more than $75,000 from someone that they believed to be an unsuspecting victim by falsely promising an amount of money several times the amount of money that the victim fronted to the defendants. Nyondah L. Blay, a.k.a. John Blay, 38, of Trenton, and Carl Jenkins, 36, of Philadelphia, PA, were each charged with second-degree conspiracy and second-degree attempted theft by deception. “This indictment should serve as... Read more →

Philadelphia: Suspect Stephen Monte Arrested for Robbery in the 24th District

source Philadelphia PD News website Stephen Monte is 26 years-of-age and is from the 3100 block of Willets Road. Monte is charged with robbery and related offenses. Click image for larger photo. On May 17, 2013, The Philadelphia Police Department arrested Stephen Monte for a robbery in Harrowgate after receiving an anonymous tip. On Friday, May 5, 2013, at 5:30am, the complainant, a 47 year-old female, was using the ATM at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 3400 Aramingo Avenue. As the complainant was making a withdraw of $80, an unknown male approached her and place a knife to her... Read more →

Troopers Arrest Two for Loaded Handgun and Marijuana

Dried marijuana bud. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) When Their Vehicle Was Found Stopped in the Middle of Rt. 80 Denville, N.J. – Troopers from Netcong station arrested two men for possession of a loaded handgun and marijuana after their vehicle was found stopped in the center-left lane of Rt. 80 early this morning. Garant Evans, 31 of Roselle, N.J. and Michael Goodson, Jr., 25, of Spring, Texas were processed at Netcong State Police Station and lodged in Morris County jail. Garant Evans was the driver of a grey Yukon with Tennesee registration that was stopped in the left center lane of... Read more →

FBI — Charges Allege Philadelphia Pharmacist Filled Forged Prescriptions and Laundered the Profits

MAY 21, 2013--PHILADELPHIA—An information was unsealed today charging Bevis Vanterpool, 35, of Philadelphia, with conspiring to distribute oxycodone, a Schedule II narcotic controlled substance, and money laundering, in violation of federal drug and money laundering laws, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. Vanterpool is a pharmacist who owned and operated Tracemark Pharmacy at 4839 North Broad Street in Philadelphia. According to the charges, from May 2010 until December 19, 2011, Vanterpool accepted and filled nearly 5,000 fraudulent prescriptions for at least 447,761 milligrams of oxycodone, when he knew that the prescriptions were forged and fraudulent, as they had not... Read more →

Campaign encourages smokers to “Talk With Your Doctor” for help quitting

English: Logo of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an agency within the United States Department of Health and Human Services. White on blue background with white rays but no white "burst". No detailed wording. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Advice and help from doctors can more than double odds smoker will quit successfully Because a doctor’s advice and assistance more than doubles the odds that a smoker will quit successfully, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is partnering with five national physician groups on the new “Talk With Your Doctor” campaign to encourage smokers to ask a doctor for... Read more →