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Westville Resident Competing in 2013 Army Reserve Best Warrior Event | cnbnews.net

story by Cpl. Charlotte Fitzgerald Cpl. Charlotte Fitzgerald Spc. Russell Williams, a Westville, N.J., native and member of the 108th Training Command, loads his ammunition as he prepares to qualify with his M4 rifle for the 2013 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition on June 26 at Fort McCoy, Wis.. FORT MCCOY,... Read more →

Zimmerman Acquittal to Cause Race Riots? | gopthedailydose.com

Social unrest will “dwarf the Rodney King and the Martin Luther King riots In an article entitled, America Will See Its Worst Race Riot Yet This Summer, Crime File News’ Paul Huebl remarks that the case against Zimmerman should never have been filed in the first place and that when the... Read more →


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Your Money: $10 Million Predevelopment Loan Fund For Affordable Rental Housing

Trenton, NJ (June 27,2013) – The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and its affiliate the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) today announced the creation of the Predevelopment Fund for Affordable Rental Housing. The new initiative, supported through federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery funds, will provide financing... Read more →

Bill to Allow Horse Racing & Wagering on Atlantic City Beach

Burzichelli Bill to Allow for Horse Racing & Wagering on Atlantic City Beach & Wagering At Far Hills Race Meeting Get Final Legislative OK (TRENTON) – Legislation Assembly Democrat John Burzichelli sponsored to further promote Atlantic City by allowing it to host betting on horse races on the beach this October... Read more →


Pennsylvania Game Commission logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) New online feature helps with locating, exploring state game lands. HARRISBURG – Looking to spend some time outdoors, but don’t know where to go? A new offering from the Pennsylvania Game Commission might hold the answer. The Game Commission has launched on its website... Read more →

ARCHBISHOP CHAPUT’S WEEKLY COLUMN (released date June28) | cnbnews.net

LOOKING AHEAD TO THE ARCHDIOCESAN FINANCIAL REPORT The wife of a friend once quipped that there’s not much sizzle or romance in balancing a check book – but try feeding the kids if you can’t. I’ve never forgotten her words. No sensible adult goes very long without paying close attention to... Read more →


JUNE 30, 2013 CAMDEN CITY NJ--Two women, both in their 20’s, were shot in their stomachs early this morning on the Camden waterfront, according to Action News, WPVI Philadelphia. The victims were taken to Cooper University Hospital in critical condition. Authorities said the incident occurred around 3:30 a.m. Sunday in the... Read more →

Consumer Bureau Orders Refunds for Troops After Faulty Car Loans

By Karen Parrish American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, June 27, 2013 - About 50,000 service members will get refunds averaging $100 -- though some will be far higher --- after an enforcement action involving auto loans that Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials announced today. The bureau is ordering U.S. Bank and... Read more →


By Julie Appleby KHN Staff Writer JUN 28, 2013 This KHN story was produced in collaboration with and Gail Harriman’s health insurance costs rose four times in just over two years, from $550 a month to $1,171, an amount “more than my mortgage.” But when the self-employed San Francisco resident tried... Read more →

Fourth Annual Teen Video Contest and Festival @ Voorhees Library

Friday, Aug. 16, 2013 Deadline VOORHEES, N.J. – June 27, 2013– The Voorhees branch of the Camden County Library System is holding its fourth annual summer video contest for teens that will culminate in a Teen Video Festival on Tuesday, August 20, 2013. Along with the festival’s judges, the contestants, their... Read more →

Congressman Andrews: Consumers Saved $3.9 Billion on Premiums in 2012 Due to the Affordable Care Act

WASHINGTON, D.C.(June 27) – Today, Congressman Andrews announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently reported that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has saved consumers $3.9 billion on their health care premiums last year. Accoring to the report, 220,010 New Jersey residents will receive $10,768,382 in rebates... Read more →

Camden County Police Arrest Two Suspects Carrying Handguns/cnbnews.net

On Friday, June 28, at 11:46 p.m. Camden County Police Department Sgt. William Frett was flagged down by a resident at 7th and Elm streets in North Camden about a white male nearby carrying a gun. Sgt. Frett quickly located the suspect, who attempted to flee, and detained him. Michael Winkler,... Read more →

AMERICAN HERO: Sgt. Justin R. Rogers, 25, of Barton, N.Y/cnbnews.net

English: Combat Service Identification Badge of the 101st Airborne Division (Photo credit: Wikipedia) DoD Identifies Army Casualty/JUNE 29, 2013 The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Sgt. Justin R. Rogers, 25, of Barton, N.Y., died June 28, in Bagram, Afghanistan, from... Read more →


PRESS RELEASE JUNE 28 MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. -- Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced today that the former treasurer of the Pemberton First Aid and Emergency Squad was indicted on charges of stealing funds and also ordering equipment for personal use that was paid for with the organization’s money. Brandon... Read more →

John Paff: Court Rules Egg Harbor must disclose police report regarding "asleep at the wheel" cop

In a twenty-three page opinion issued on June 25, 2013, Atlantic County Superior Court Assignment Judge Julio L. Mendez ruled that the public is allowed to see a report written by Egg Harbor Township Police Sergeant Michael Hughes soon after Northfield Police found an off-duty Egg Harbor Township officer named Jeffrey... Read more →

Roy Crawford Sentenced to 8 Year Prison Term for Distribution of CDS/cnbnews.net

Roy L. Crawford III (DOB 4/15/75), of 14 Burich La., Bridgeton NJ was sentenced today (6/28) to eight years in New Jersey state prison after pleading guilty to a second degree charge of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance. Superior Court Judge Walter L. Marshall Jr. said Crawford will be ineligible... Read more →

Lawrence Aberle 3rd Pleads Guilty/cnbnews

press release JUNE 28 2013--Lawrence Aberle 3rd (DOB 9/25/86), formerly of the Campus Crossing Apartments in Glassboro NJ, has pleaded guilty to charges of risking widespread damage and receiving stolen property in connection with a 6/24/10 fire in his unit and discovery of a stolen laptop computer in his possession on... Read more →

Gloucester County Prosecutors Office Arrest Six on Outstanding Warrants/cnbnews.net

(June 28, 2013)--Officers of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office fugitive unit this week arrested five men and one woman who had outstanding warrants involving charges for burglary, assaulting a law enforcement officer, theft and narcotics possession. Taken into custody 6/25 was Erving D. Davis (10/18/69), of National Park, at his residence,... Read more →

Judge Rules Valerie G. Niessner will Remain in Jail on Murder Charges

(June 28, 2013)--Following a hearing today, Superior Court Judge Walter L. Marshall Jr. found probable cause to hold Valerie G. Niessner (DOB 2/12/66), of Sewell NJ on all charges filed in connection with the murder of 54-year-old Joseph McConnell in his Franklinville NJ home, where his body was found on 3/31/13.... Read more →

Macklin banking on experience

June 28, 2013 Matthew Macklin takes a 29-4 record into his fight with Gennady Golovkin. Updated Jun 28, 2013 5:41 PM ET Kazakhstan’s hard-punching knockout machine Gennady Golovkin is being hailed by many as one of the future stars of boxing, and his explosive finishes have done nothing to diminish those... Read more →

Two Seeing Eye Dogs Neck & Neck for Hero Dog Award! /cnbnews.net

The American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™ were created in 2010 to celebrate Sergeant Major Jesse Acosta (US Army) smiles in his dress blues with his German shepherd Charlie. the remarkable bond between dogs and people. This annual national competition searches out and recognizes America's Hero Dogs in eight categories of... Read more →

Authorities arrest suspect in Millburn video beating | nj.com

Julia Terruso/The Star-Ledger June 28, 2013 6:05:00 PM EDT EDITOR'S NOTE: Graphic video shows a home invasion in Millburn where a man brutally beats a young mother while her 3-year-old watched. Authorities are looking for 42-year-old Shawn Custis, charged in the home invasion robbery and beating of a Millburn mother caught... Read more →

Raising Bayonne by Gabriel Schoenfeld, City Journal

bayonne bridge as seen from staten island (Photo credit: Wikipedia) GABRIEL SCHOENFELD A strangling bridge is being modernized just in time. But neither Ammann nor his contemporaries anticipated the future of commerce. In particular, they didn’t foresee the “containerization” revolution, in which ships stacked high with containers would ply the ports... Read more →


June 28,2013 MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced today that two high-ranking members of a Burlington County street gang were indicted for killing two rivals and attempting to kill a third during a violent outburst in 2008. Terrek Parker, (LEFT PHOTO) age 27, of Babcock Lane... Read more →

Camden County Library Lists Events for August at Voorhees Branch

VOORHEES, N.J. – Calendar of Events Listings for August 2013 at Voorhees organized by age groups Camden County Library System VOORHEES BRANCH Call for registration at Voorhees (856-772-1636) or register online at http://www.camdencountylibrary.org/events Adult and Family Programs August 2013 Camden County Library Summer Music Festival All ages Aug. 1, 7 p.m.... Read more →

Pet Tip of the Week: Emotions Travel Down the Leash (cnbnews.net)

by Dawn Watson (cnbnews.net) Have you ever noticed that, when you are in a hurry or stressed, your dog seems to be more needy than usual? Suddenly, Fido needs to go outside, cries to be petted, or brings you his favorite toy. That is because emotions travel down the leash! If... Read more →


Rowan University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan University baseball coaching staff and members of the team will host a two-day camp on Tuesday and Wednesday, August 20 and 21. The sessions will take place at the University’s baseball complex adjacent to Bunce Hall. The camp will run each... Read more →

Walk for the Wounded Saturday, September 5

English: Boardwalk at Ocean City, New Jersey Deutsch: Boardwalk in Ocean City, New Jersey (Photo credit: Wikipedia) OCEAN CITY HOME BANK AND OPERATION FIRST RESPONSE REACH MILESTONE WITH 5TH ANNUAL WALK FOR THE WOUNDED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Ocean City, NJ – June 27, 2013 – Four years have passed since Ocean... Read more →

Rodger W. Maro, Church Organist for Various Parishes in South Jersey | cnbnews.net

Rodger W. Maro Age 73. Of Cherry Hill. Formerly of Lindenwold On June 23, 2013. Age 73. Of Cherry Hill. Formerly of Lindenwold. In the loving care of his children: Corinne M. Maro and Carlo and his wife Tami Maro.Cherished grandfather of Dominique Speca, Jonah P. Maro and Dante S. Speca.... Read more →

Burlington County’s ‘Shop Burlington County First’ Campaign

Comes to Bordentown City July 9th ‘Buy Local’ Shared Service Will Promote Burlington County Shops & Services Burlington County Freeholder Director Joe Donnelly announced today that the second of three ‘Shop Burlington County First’ informational sessions will be held Tuesday, July 9th in Bordentown City. The initiative is a joint collaboration... Read more →

Pennsylvania AG Take Action to Protect Consumers Against 'Cramming'

June 26, 2013 HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane took action this week to protect consumers who have been getting ripped off on their cell phone bills. She joined with other attorneys general in sending a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), warning about a practice known as "mobile... Read more →

Black Conservatives Discuss "Star Witness" Testimony as Zimmerman Trial Progresses

Washington, DC (June 28,2013)- In the trial of George Zimmerman, the so-called "star witness" for the prosecution, Rachel Jeantel, ended two days of testimony. Members of the Project 21 black leadership network are commenting. Jeantel, a friend of Martin since elementary school, spent several hours on the phone and texted with... Read more →


June 28, 2013 – Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced today that a Hainesport man has been indicted for fatally striking a 16-year-old boy with his sport utility vehicle while the youth was walking along the Mount Holly Bypass on May 25, 2012. Kevin Voorhees, age 53, (PHOTO) of Creek... Read more →

Police Investigating Homicide in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY (June 28,2013) A Ventnor man was fatally stabbed in Atlantic City late last night, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced. At approximately 11:30pm, Atlantic City Police responded to a 911 call in regards to a male collapsed in the street at the intersection of Texas and Pacific Avenues.... Read more →

TIPS AND SNIPPETS: Political Cronyism Alive in Deptford Township, Et Cetera

BY BILL CLEARY cnbnews.net The South Jersey Times wrote a scathing editorial, today, June 28, about political cronyism using former Deptford Township School Board President, Walter Berglund, as an example. According to the newspaper, Berglund resigned from his school board position in May 2012. Six months later he was hired as... Read more →

Burlington County Logo Contest Winners Announced | cnbnews.net

Hundreds of County High School Students Entered Designs For New County Logo Burlington County Freeholder Director Joe Donnelly awarded the winner of the County Logo Contest last night with a certificate and a $250 gift card first place prize sponsored by the Moorestown Mall. The winner, Emily Amey a high school... Read more →


Floyd Mayweather Tickets On Sale: SuperbTicketsOnline.com Announces Tickets For Boxer's Upcoming Bout SuperbTicketsOnline.com has a wide selection of Floyd Mayweather tickets on sale for the popular boxer's upcoming bout at MGM Grand Garden Arena. The fight is happening on September 14, and the famous boxer's opponent will be Canelo Alvarez. MILWAUKEE,... Read more →


Winslow Township announces that all General Offices will be closed Thursday, July 4, 2013 in observance of Independence Day. Curbside trash and recycling materials normally picked up on Thursday, July 4, will be picked up on Friday, July 5, and curbside trash and recycling materials normally picked up on Friday, July... Read more →

Attention Tabernacle Township Residents

TABERNACLE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING (Posted on 6/27/13) Notice is hereby given that the Tabernacle Township Board of Fire Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, July 2, 2013 at 8:00PM. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the election. The meeting will be... Read more →

OBITUARY: Joann M. Unger, of Gloucester City, age 71 | cnbnews.net

JOANN M. UNGER Age 71. Of Gloucester City Suddenly, On June 21, 2013. Age 71. Of Gloucester City. Survived by many devoted caregivers and friends. Burial will be private. There will be no services. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Joann M. Unger. Funeral Arrangements... Read more →

Two Plead to Robbing Westville NJ Couple

June 27, 2013 Christopher Hyatt (DOB 8/21/93), of 110 Andaloro Way, Westville, and Roberto Mercado (DOB 12/18/91), of 118 No. 27th St., Camden pleaded guilty today (6/27) to the robbery of an elderly couple in their Westville home on 10/26/12. Under terms of a plea agreement, Assistant Gloucester County Prosecutor Bryant... Read more →

Friends of Degenhardts Restaurant Reminisce

WOODBURY NJ--Ten years ago, Degenhardt’s Restaurant, North Black Horse Pike, Mount Ephraim, closed down after a two decades of serving meals to customers from the South Jersey, Philadelphia area. On weekends the restaurant held a dance in the evening hosted by disc jockey’s like Jerry “The Geator” Blavat, Lou Costello and... Read more →

Deadbeat’ Parents Three-Day Sweep Nets 48

More Than $997,324.27 Owed In Court-Ordered Child Support Burlington County Sheriff Jean E. Stanfield announced that 48 individuals were arrested for failure to pay a total of more than $997,324.27 in court-ordered child support during a raid executed this week by law enforcement officers from throughout the County. “This has been... Read more →


DEP COMMISSIONER MARTIN ISSUES ORDER TO PROTECT ENVIRONMENT AFTER GOVERNOR CHRISTIE SIGNS ENABLING LEGISLATION (13/P67) TRENTON - Acting on an order issued by Commissioner Bob Martin, teams of Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) engineers and inspectors today seized control of the Fenimore Landfill in Roxbury Township, Morris County, launching an emergency... Read more →

Author Michael Wood: Apostle Paul’s Writings Defend Homosexuals

Saint Paul with a Scroll and a Sword. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Michael Wood, author of “Pauline Paradoxes Decoded”, says newly clarified meanings of key words used in Bible pave way for more churches to embrace homosexual members MIAMI, Fla. /June 26/ -- For the past 10 years, cryptographer Michael Wood, designer... Read more →

Congressional Sportsman Foundation News Update

ON CAPITOL HILL Brighter Future for Gulf Coast Anglers In a step to enhance recreational fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) Director Jim Watson signed a new Interim Policy Document (IPD) regarding the conversion of decommissioned oil and gas platforms into artificial reefs, also... Read more →

Beware of The Tick | cnbnews.net

English: Logo of the . (Photo credit: Wikipedia) On this page: Number Diagnosed Risks and Symptoms Different kinds of ticks present in the U.S. may be infected with bacteria, viruses and parasites that can be transmitted to people and cause at least 10 diseases. While there are treatments approved by the... Read more →