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October 2013

Ed Selb for Gloucester County Freeholder Board

press release October 29,2013 Ed Selb, who is running as a Republican for the Gloucester County Freeholder Board, released the following statement today explaining his qualifications for the position, along with a list of reasons on why he wants to serve on the Board. A statement from Margie Love, his running mate, will appear Wednesday on CNBNews. I am Ed Selb and my wife and I grew up in Gloucester County. We have lived, worked and raised our family here all our life. I graduated from Delsea Regional High School, graduated from Gloucester County College and started a family. I... Read more →


HISTORICAL COMMISSION, EAGLETON INSTITUTE ANNOUNCE CONFERENCE ON NEW JERSEY GOVERNORS

Event examines historical significance of executive office NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – A panel featuring three former governors will highlight a conference to celebrate the history of the office of New Jersey’s chief executive and publication of an updated edition of The Governors of New Jersey, 1664-2010. Former governors Christine Todd Whitman, Jim Florio and Brendan Byrne will describe the role media played throughout their respective administrations, and Steve Kornacki, host of MSNBC’s Up, will moderate during “The New Jersey Governor: From the Age of the Town Crier to Twitter.” The forum is sponsored by The New Jersey Historical Commission and... Read more →


United States Senator Menendez Proud to Represent the People of NEW JERSEY

It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey and impacted the lives of so many. The storm was extraordinary, but it should make us all proud that we came together as a community to help each other recover. We have come so far in the last year and while there’s much work left to do, we have pulled together and continue to pull together to make New Jersey a better, stronger place to live, work, and raise a family. In this video, I join people in Hoboken, NJ as we look back on the... Read more →


Upland Bird Small Game Season Opens Saturday, November 9

The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife reminds hunters that the 2013-14 small game seasons for pheasant, chukar, bobwhite quail, ruffed grouse (south of Route 70) and woodcock (south of Route 70) will open at 8:00 AM on Saturday, November 9. Small game seasons for several other species have already opened. Hunters should review current regulations, season dates and bag limits in the NJ 2013-14 Hunting and Trapping Digest (http://www.njfishandwildlife.com/dighnt13.htm - specifically page 65) for information regarding the specific season(s) they wish to hunt. A summary of small game hunting season information can also be accessed athttp://www.njfishandwildlife.com/pdf/2013/smgame_summary13-14.pdf (pdf, 51kb) on... Read more →


CATHOLIC LEAGUE: Bill Maher’s Bigoted Bash Fest

October 28, 2013 Bill Donohue comments on last Friday's edition of "Real Time with Bill Maher," the HBO show: Bill Maher's latest show was a bigoted bash fest featuring Valerie Plame and Michael Moore, and, of course, himself. Al Sharpton was also one of the panelists, but he didn't say anything untoward (regrettably, the Reverend also didn't say anything to challenge the religion bashers). More surprisingly, Britain's star atheist, Richard Dawkins, behaved himself. Maher began by observing that Pope Francis had fired the German "bishop of bling" because he was "getting the altar boys drunk on Cristal." That no bishop... Read more →


New Jersey’s minimum-wage question poses maximum complexity

October 28, 2013 By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog New Jersey’s referendum on raising the minimum wage for workers is actually two questions in one. The first is simple: Should the state hike the minimum wage by one dollar an hour, from $7.25 to $8.25? AP file photo DECISION TIME: Fast-food workers across the U.S. protested in July for higher wages. Next week, New Jersey voters will decision the question: Should the state’s minimum wage be increased. The second is trickier: Should it be cemented into the state constitution by an complexamendment that also mandates annual cost-of-living increases in... Read more →


Register Now for the Cpl. Marc T. Ryan Memorial /MCLEF 5k Run/Walk, Saturday, Nov. 16

CNBNEWS.NET VIDEO November 19, 2011 If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at morrellrm@msn.com or at 856-456-2789. Sponsored by Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation Date: November 16, 2013 Time: 9:00 a.m. “Rain or Shine” Race Day Registration – 7:30 a.m. • On-Line Registration Preferred • Pre-Registration Requested. Pre-Registration by Mail: Complete entry form and mail along with check payable to: MC-LEF (on the memo line write “Cpl. Ryan 5K Run/Walk”) Must be postmarked by 11-09-2013 – Online Registration Deadline is 11-14-2013 Mail to: MC-LEF/Cpl. Ryan 5K Run/Walk PO Box 704 Maple Shade, NJ 08052 TO... Read more →


Love ~ Selb Rally Wednesday Night at Gloucester County Republican Headquarters

Love ~ Selb for Gloucester County Freeholders Dear Friends and Supporters, For over two months we have been busy walking neighborhoods throughout our county and attending civic and political events. No matter what town we have been in, we have heard the same thing. People want a change from the status quo, and they are tired of our current local officials that have been running our county today. With one week left, we will be crisscrossing Gloucester County to meet as many voters as we can. On Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm, we will be... Read more →


IRS Legislation Doomed as the Obamacare Website Fails Consumers | AMAC

by Gene Barrett /source AMAC In the wake of embarrassing revelations around the failure of the Obamacare website, rises the most important question for all of us. Should the government be in the business of building and running programs that have functioned successfully for years under private sector management? The current administration made promises that it had brought in the best of the best in technology development, yet these glitches remain a major barrier to the success of its program. The President assures the nation that the nuts and bolts of the Affordable Care Act are still intact, but practically... Read more →


Seniors Going Back To Work to Salvage Their Retirement Nest Eggs

| AMAC Authors, Press Release WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 25 – Seniors who went back to work after retirement used to do it to keep busy, but the Obama Recession and the uncertainties of the Affordable Care Act have made it an economic necessity for more and more older Americans, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. “Two recent Gallup surveys show that there are more post-retirement job seekers out there than ever before, mainly because they’ve lost confidence in the economy. The historically destructive recession that started as the president took office and his inability... Read more →


Law Enforcement Arrest Three Suspects for Burglaries in Pine Hill and Surrounding Towns

press release October 28, 2013 During the months of September and October of 2013, the Borough of Pine Hill experienced an increase in residential burglaries, all with similar characteristics. During the weeks of October 13th and October 20th the Pine Hill Detective and Patrol Bureaus conducted surveillance on three possible suspects, who were initially identified through reviewing area business surveillance cameras. During the week of October 20th a joint investigation and surveillance was conducted by Detectives from Pine Hill, Berlin Borough and Stratford. On October 24th, 2013 during the surveillance, the suspects were observed in the immediate area of a... Read more →


Gloucester Mustangs Host Maple Shade on Halloween Weekend

source press release Jacob Zearfoss, who scored 4 TDs for the 80s delivers a big hit vs. Maple Shade. The 130s lineup on the turf to kickoff against the Robbinsville Ravens Duck Dynasty's Uncle Si made an appearance at the Mustangs Halloween Party. 60s Coach Tim Simons was the man under the beard. On October 26th-27th, the Gloucester Mustangs hosted the Maple Shade Tigers at the 60, 80, and 95 pound levels. The 60s entered a battle of the unbeatens vs. the Tigers. The game was everything it was built up to be and some. Maple Shade came right out... Read more →


SCHOOL BUS DRIVER ADMITS TRANSPORTING STUDENTS WHILE INTOXICATED

press release MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. - Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced today that a Shamong woman pleaded guilty to operating a school bus with Westampton Township students on board while she was impaired by alcohol in November 2011. Carole A. Crockett, age 48, of 3 Silver Lake Drive in Shamong, entered guilty pleas to Driving Under the Influence and Endangering the Welfare of a Child today in Superior Court before the Hon. Jeanne T. Covert, P.J.Cr. Crockett admitted she was impaired from consuming alcohol on November 8, 2011 while transporting 25 students to their homes from Westampton Middle... Read more →


Burlington County Man Admits Producing Images of Child Sexual Abuse

CAMDEN, NJ—A Burlington County, New Jersey man today admitted his role in producing images of child sexual abuse, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. David Clark, 49, of Southampton, New Jersey, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Joseph H. Rodriguez in Camden federal court to an information charging him with three counts of producing child pornography. Clark’s detention was continued. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: From 2004 through March 9, 2011, Clark employed, used, persuaded, induced, enticed, or coerced three separate minor victims to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of... Read more →


Pine Hill Police Departments Operation Take Back a Success

Pine Hill Police Department press release/October 28, 2013 Residents from Pine Hill and many surrounding communities participated in the October 26th, 2013 DEA Operation Take Back at the Pine Hill Police Administration Building. Over 103lbs of unused, unwanted, and/or expired medication was turned in, preventing the medication from being misused or falling into the hands of juveniles or individuals seeking their illicit use. PERMANENT TAKE BACK LOCATION! The Pine Hill Police Department in conjunction with the Pine Hill Municipal Alliance has established a PERMANENT TAKE BACK LOCATION! Residents can legally dispose of un-wanted, unused, or expired medicine MONDAY – FRIDAY... Read more →


ObamaCare Problems Include Higher Premiums, Canceled Coverage, Weaker Economy

Republican Speaker Boehner press release In this week’s Speaker Alert, Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI) delivers the Weekly Republican Address and previews an upcoming hearing with Secretary Sebelius on the ObamaCare train wreck. There’s also a sneak peek of Wednesday’s ceremony honoring Winston Churchill, a look at the latest bipartisan jobs bill to pass the House, and more. Fairness for all: “The broken healthcare.gov website has captured the nation’s attention,” says Chairman Upton in the Weekly GOP Address, “but this is more than a website problem.” Watch here and read more here. Tuesday, 10/29: The House Ways... Read more →


Officers arrest man who twice fired shots into the air

press release October 28,2013 (Camden, NJ) – A suspect who fired five shots into the air in Whitman Park Friday night with a semi-automatic handgun was arrested by officers who witnessed the incident. He is also the suspect in a similar shooting incident hours earlier two blocks away. Officers Michael McCausland and Dennis Convery were patrolling in the area of Norris and Decatur streets just after 7 p.m. Friday when they saw a car obstructing the road on the 1200 block of Decatur. They observed passenger Khalick Best, 31, of Clementon, exit the car then raise his right arm and... Read more →


Investigation of 1975 Deptford Homicide Continues; $10,000 Reward Offered

Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office press release October 28, 2013 WOODBURY NJ--Gone is the Almonesson Road home in Deptford where 17-year-old Patrick O’Neill was fatally shot when he walked in on what was probably a burglary on Oct. 30, 1975. The farmhouse the O’Neill family called home, that became a crime scene, was demolished years ago. What remains is the Deptford High School boy’s grave in New St. Mary’s Cemetery in Bellmawr NJ and the continued determination of his three brothers and the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office to learn who killed Patrick in his house that afternoon. The murder is one... Read more →


EVENTS AROUND THE AREA | CNBNEWS.NET

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MOUNT EPHRAIM CELEBRATION COMMITTEE 6TH ANNUAL CRAFT FAIR AND CAR AND MOTORCYCLE SHOW Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Crafters, Vendors and Food Vendors Wanted!!! More information can be found on our website at www.mountephraimcelebration.com. Please contact Karen at (856) 931-9579 or Janet at (856) 931-1562 or feel free to e-mail us atmtephraimcelebration@hotmail.com. ```````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````` 1st Vendor’s Extravaganza (MT. EPHRAIM NJ)--Emmaus Catholic Community Altar & Rosary Society would like to invite you to join them for a fun day of shopping at our 1st Vendor’s Extravaganza on Saturday, November 9 from 9am to 2pm. Come out... Read more →


Rare Childhood Disease May Hold Clues to Treating Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

Rutgers scientists investigate excess protein production in brain cells Sunday, October 27, 2013 By Robin Lally Scientists at Rutgers University studying the cause of a rare childhood disease that leaves children unable to walk by adolescence say new findings may provide clues to understanding more common neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and developing better tools to treat them. Courtesy of A-T Children's Project Andrew, 14, who has A-T disease with his brother, Brendan, 12, who did not inherit the rare childhood neurodegenerative disorder. In today’s online edition of Nature Neuroscience, professors Karl Herrup, Ronald Hart and Jiali Li in... Read more →


NCAAF Penn St. paying nearly $60M to 26 men over Sandusky abuse claims

Jerry Sandusky was sentenced to 30-60 years for child sexual abuse. Updated Oct 28, 2013 2:13 PM ET HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) Penn State said Monday it is paying $59.7 million to 26 young men over claims of child sexual abuse at the hands of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. The school said 23 deals are fully signed and three are agreements in principle, but did not disclose the names of the recipients. The school faces six other claims, and the university says it believes some of those do not have merit while others may produce settlements. University president Rodney... Read more →


CNBNews.net: Comment Restrictions

(Photo credit: Wikipedia) We like to remind everyone of our rules for comments, subject to change. You can post comments on any topic you want to talk about. Stay away from name calling. No profanity. Immediate family and children of politicians, public figures, public employees are off limits. As far as editing statements; some people submit posts using foul language. While others will make such outlandish remarks they are not worthy for public discussion. We edit those comments or censor them. If you feel we are being unfair we will publish those remarks too. We are trying to provide an... Read more →


Three Steps to Safeguard Your Home: Part 2 of 5

source Gloucester Township Police Department/October 28, 2013 Make sure the teens in your life don't have access to your medicine. Find out how to monitor, secure and properly dispose of unused and expired prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) cough medicine in your home. STEP 1: MONITOR How aware are you of the quantities that are currently in your home? Start by taking note of how many pills are in each of your prescription bottles or pill packets and keep track of your refills. If your teen has been prescribed a medicine, be sure you control the medicine, and monitor dosages... Read more →


Sandy - Paper Anniversary-What a difference a year doesn’t make.

Volume XVIII No. 43: October 25, 2013 TAXPAYERS FOR COMMON SENSE--In late January, three months after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the east coast, Congress passed the $60 billion emergency sandy supplemental, H.R. 152, appropriating $50.3 billion for relief and reconstruction efforts and adding $9.7 billion to cover flood insurance claims. Passage came after months filled with policymakers pointing to the plight of residents hit hard by the storm and the need to quickly pass the legislation in order to prepare for the next big one. Yet, as TCS noted at the time, the final bill contained a number of provisions... Read more →


The Borough of Pine Hill will be “Trick-or-Treating” 3:00PM-8:00PM on THURSDAY

press release October 27, 2013 The Pine Hill Police Department encourages safety and supervision during the annual Trick-or-Treat season. Below are a few safety rules for parents to help ensure a safe and fun Halloween. PARENTS • Know your treaters’ route Trick or Treat (TV series) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) • Make sure your child is carrying a flashlight • Be sure all costumes, shoes and treat bags are safe • Consider reflective or glow in the dark tape on your child’s costume • Remind your children not eat their treats until you have inspected them • Stay on sidewalks, if... Read more →


Court Sentences Willingboro Man to Prison for Filing Phony Tax Returns

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. - Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi announced that a former Willingboro man was sentenced today to five years in prison for filing several false tax returns that resulted in a $545,000 refund from the New Jersey Treasury Department. Kenneth Costello, age 50, received a five-year sentence from the Hon. Jeanne T. Covert, Pr.J.Cr. in Superior Court in Mount Holly. Judge Covert indicated the sentence took into consideration the defendant’s history of psychiatric treatment and his lack of a criminal record. Costello must serve two years in New Jersey State Prison before becoming eligible for parole. Costello,... Read more →


The Pen vs. The Gloucester City Democrat Party Machine: INTRODUCTION | cnbnews.net

“Quite frankly, having an uninformed populace works extremely well, particularly when you have a media that doesn't understand its responsibility and feels more like it's an arm of a political party. They can really take advantage of an uninformed populace.” ~Benjamin Carson INTRODUCTION By William E. Cleary Sr. CNBNews.net GLOUCESTER CITY NEW JERSEY- - Leaders of the Gloucester City Democrat Party Machine (GCDPM), and their minions, have always wanted to control the information that you the public were receiving from the media. The GCDPM also takes issue with anyone who had an opposing point of view. This three-part series is... Read more →


Ageless Hopkins dominates Murat | AFP

Atlantic City (United States) (AFP) October 27, 2013 at 2:16:35 AM EDT Maddie Meyer/Getty Images/AFP Bernard Hopkins throws a left at Karo Murat during their light heavyweight fight in Boardwalk Hall Arena on October 26, 2013 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, which Hopkins won by unanimous decision Bernard Hopkins, already the oldest fighter to win a major world title, retained his International Boxing Federation light heavyweight belt with a unanimous decision over Karo Murat on Saturday. Murat, a German of Armenian descent, was the more active fighter early on, but the 48-year-old Hopkins showed he was willing and able to... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: $4 MILLION GRANT FOR CAMDEN WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT

PRESS RELEASE OCTOBER 25, 2013 HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. – Monday, Congressman Andrews was joined by New Jersey Senator Donald Norcross and Camden City Mayor Dana Redd to unveil a $4 million construction project that has created 25 construction jobs and is paving the way for future waterfront development in Camden. Congressman Andrews has been a strong and vocal supporter of the project, helping champion over $1 million in federal funds for the project. This construction project will extend Cooper Street to Camden’s waterfront and extend Riverside Drive from Cooper Street to Penn Street, improving the flow of both vehicular and... Read more →


Emily M. Gilch, of Medford, formerly of Runnemede NEW JERSEY, age 99

(June 28, 1914 - October 26, 2013) Emily M. Gilch (nee Harris) on October 26, 2013, of Medford, formerly of Runnemede. Age 99. Beloved wife of the late Ernest Gilch Jr. Devoted mother of Kathryn “Betty” Kalis (John), Candice Ivins and the late Ernest G. Gilch. Loving Nana of Allen Gilch, Barton Kalis and Howard Kalis and Kathy Clements. Great Grandmother of Mark Gilch (Naomi), Eric Gilch and Sierra Rose Kalis. Great Great Grandmother of Truly Gilch. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. For many years Emily along with her husband were the owners of E & E... Read more →


Music, Bright Colors Mark Mass in the African Traditions

BELLMAWR NJ--The eighth annual Catholic Mass in the African Traditions was celebrated Oct. 19, at St. Joachim Parish, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, in Bellmawr. Parts of the Mass were read by representatives of South Africa, Cameroon, Zambia, Cote D'voire, Haiti, Ghana, and the United States in native dialects. Music was provided by the Akwaaba Prayer Group, Iwene Tansi Philadelphia and New Jersey Igbo choirs, and the Diocesan Gospel Choir. James Andrews, director of Black Catholic Ministries for the Diocese of Camden, called the day a "celebration, to recognize different cultures, in a festive atmosphere." "The various colors... Read more →


PRIESTLY FORMATION AND THE RENEWAL OF CATHOLIC LIFE

ARCHBISHOP CHAPUT’S WEEKLY COLUMN: In every age the Church has the task of learning from and respecting the past without being captured by it. As the world changes, so do the pastoral needs of the Catholic community. In a city as rich in Catholic history as Philadelphia, we need to treasure the saints and achievements of previous generations. But real faith is more than nostalgia. We need to look ahead. We need to carry the legacy of the Church in Philadelphia forward by thinking and building creatively for the future today. How do we do that? Renewing the Church takes... Read more →


MLB Red Sox face uphill battle in Game 4 | Fox Sports

Tim McCarver and Joe Buck take a closer look at a wild Game 3. Tim McCarver and Joe Buck take a closer look at a wild Game 3. Ken Rosenthal Updated Oct 27, 2013 4:37 AM ET ST. LOUIS Now what for the Boston Red Sox? Clay Buchholz, that’s what. And based on the right-hander’s anxious state leading to his Game 4 start, the Red Sox can’t be especially confident. Oh, the Sox have other issues as they trail in theWorld Series, two games to one — issues at catcher, at shortstop and in the dugout when trying to figure... Read more →


Which are N.J.'s 10 most dangerous small towns?

Jeff Goldman/The Star-Ledger October 25, 2013 at 9:31:00 AM EDT Seven of the 10 most dangerous small towns in the Garden State are in South Jersey, according to a report on several local Patch sites. Salem, a city of slightly more than 5,000 people in Salem County, topped the list. While there were no homicides there in 2011, police recorded three rapes, 22 robberies and 39 aggravated assaults. Lindenwold, Camden County was second while Pemberton Borough in Burlington finished third on Patch's list. Patch compiled the list by examining the violent crime rates of New Jerseymunicipalities with fewer than 20,000... Read more →


How To Opt Out of ObamaCare Without Paying the Fine | breitbart.com

by JOHN NOLTE 24 Oct 2013 Less than two-hours ago, I submitted a revised W-4 form to our payroll department. My goal is to avoid being in a position where at the end of next year I am owed a refund from the federal government. As an act of civil disobedience, I am refusing to purchase health insurance. This means that I am subject to a tax/fine of 1% of my income (2% the following year, 2.5% thereafter). But the beautiful thing is that unless I am owed a tax refund, the government will never get any of that money.... Read more →


NFL Everything you need to know: Week 8 | Fox Sports

Saturday, October 26, 2013 I guess I would float ridiculous rumors too if this guy was my quarterback. Joel Beall Updated Oct 26, 2013 12:07 PM ET You can’t blame St. Louis for supposedly gauging the interest of a certain 44-year-old gray-haired gunslinger. The Rams already have the second-lowest attendance in theNFL. Considering the franchise’s upcoming Monday night home game coincides with Game 3 of the World Series at Busch Stadium, it’s going to be slim pickings at the Edward Jones Dome. Might as well give your fan base, at least what’s left of it, a glimmer of hope that... Read more →


Vietnam War Veteran Visits Bellmawr Library and Talks of Experience

Through the eyes of a vet Vietnam War veteran Carl Maurer shows money and other documents issued to soldiers during the war at the Bellmawr branch library, Oct. 16, 2013. (Camden County Library Photo/Janine Logan)] VOORHEES, NJ – Oct. 25, 2013 – Local Vietnam War veteran Carl Maurer visited the Anthony P. Infanti Bellmawr Branch of the Camden County Library System, Wednesday, Oct. 16. The former army artilleryman shared his experiences of the war and the country through pictures and artifacts he brought for the audience of teens and adults. ### Established in 1921, Camden County Library System seeks to... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Mitigation Makes Communities Safer

One Year Later: Main Content FEMA Release date: OCTOBER 24, 2013 LINCROFT, N.J. -- Emergency response. Debris removal. Reconstruction and repair. Rental assistance. Low-cost disaster loans. These activities and terms have become familiar to many New Jerseyans since Superstorm Sandy struck last year. But another activity is going full force with the purpose of protecting life and property from future disasters – hazard mitigation. Sea Bright, N.J., Feb. 20, 2013 -- Homeowners stand and watch their home being elevated. This family has started the rebuilding process after being forced out of their home by Hurricane Sandy. Rosanna Arias/FEMA Hazard mitigation... Read more →


UFC Fight Night 30: Machida versus Munoz Betting Preview

Saturday, October 26, 2013 It’s that time again. The UFC back with another free fight card on Fox Sports 1, following last week’s epic pay-per-view that saw Cain Velasquez retain his heavyweight title in a brutal and efficient fashion. Saturday’s free fight card will be headlined by an interest, but predictable bout between Lyoto ‘The Dragon’ Machida and Mark Munoz. Machida is a big favorite over Munoz at -360, and has faced bigger and stronger wrestlers at light heavyweight and should be able to easily dispatch the 185 pounder with out much of an issue. This matchup will be Machida’s... Read more →


Marcelin Scores 2 TD's, Runs for 173 yards in 20-9 win over William Paterson

press release October 26, 2013 WAYNE, NJ – Rowan University running back Withler Marcelin scored two touchdowns and ran for a career-high 173 yards in a 20-9 win over William Paterson University on Saturday afternoon. The Profs are now 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC). The Pioneers have an overall mark of 3-5 and they are 1-4 in NJAC play. Marcelin (so. Ocean Twp., NJ/Ocean Twp) ran the ball 33 times which is also a career-mark. In his first start, quarterback Bill McCarty (so. Williamstown, NJ/Williamstown) was 6 of 13 for 58 yards. Running back... Read more →


Voorhees Library Offers Dino 101 to Discover Dinosaurs Online

Starts Nov. 6 Seven classes taught by University of Alberta Professor of Paleontology VOORHEES, NJ – Oct. 24, 2013 – They may be old news, but dinosaurs are still a fascinating topic for old and young alike. The Camden County Library System is inviting those interested to join a seven-class online course presented by Dr. Phillip Currie, University of Alberta. The course is open to all ages, but children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult. All classes for the online course will meet at the M. Allan Vogelson Regional Branch Library in Voorhees. Librarian Ryan Lammers, who... Read more →


FBI — Harrisburg Man Charged Federally for Attempting to Arrange Son’s Escape from Prison

OCTOBER 24, 2013 PRESS RELEASE The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that a federal grand jury in Harrisburg returned an indictment today charging William Trickett Smith, Sr., age 76, with attempting to arrange a prison escape, lying to federal agents about it, and trying to persuade someone else to lie to federal agents. According to United States Attorney Peter J. Smith, the charges stem from events surrounding the arrest and extradition of the defendant’s son, William Trickett Smith, II. In 2007, Smith, II was arrested in Pennsylvania, and charged in Peru for the murder... Read more →


CONSUMERS WHO SIGN UP FOR HEALTH COVERAGE March 31 Will Avoid Penalties

By Mary Agnes Carey KHN Staff Writer OCT 23, 2013 The Obama administration said Wednesday that it would delay imposing penalties for six weeks on some consumers who might have been caught in a sticky timing problem for enrolling in coverage through the health law’s new insurance marketplaces. Those marketplaces, also known as exchanges, have come under intense scrutiny since opening on Oct. 1 because the technology has malfunctioned. But the White House is not linking this change of policy to website problems. "There is a disconnect between the open enrollment and individual responsibility time frames in the first year... Read more →


Taking Action Against Medicine Abuse: Part 1 of 5

Gloucester Townsnip Police Department October is Medicine Abuse Awareness Month. The Gloucester Township Police anddrugfree.org are partnering to present a five part series on helping our residents fight prescription drug abuse. The Gloucester Township Police Community Relations Bureau recently updated and started teaching a new Society Improvement Program for all 4thgraders in Gloucester Township teaching them about the abuse of prescription pills and how to be safe. Below is the first of the series. Did You Know? 1 in 6 teens has used a prescription drug in order to get high or change their mood. Two-thirds of teens who abuse... Read more →


NEW JERSEY'S RECYCLING LEADERS POETRY CONTEST WINNERS HONORED

press release October 24, 2013 TRENTON - An Essex County town that has taken a unique approach to recycling odd items such as sports trophies and sneakers, a Holmdel woman who has spearheaded waste reduction efforts in her hometown school district, and a PSEG environmental manager who has led his company's recycling efforts for more than two decades were among businesses, organizations and individuals honored this month at the state's annual Recycling Symposium and Awards Luncheon. Nutley Township, Holmdel's Dina Hamwi, and PSEG's Albert Fralinger III were among the winners of awards during the luncheon at the Jumping Brook Country... Read more →


Video: At 48, Oldest Boxer to Defend IBF Title

AssociatedPress October 23, 2013 at 6:21:52 PM EDT IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion Bernard Hopkins, the oldest fighter in boxing history at age 48 will defend his title Saturday night against 30-year old contender, Karo Murat. (Oct. 23) This article, At 48, Oldest Boxer to Defend IBF Title, is syndicated from AP Video and is posted here with permission. Copyright Associated Press 2013 Read more →


Ageless Hopkins puts IBF title on line against Murat

Atlantic City (United States) (AFP) October 26, 2013 at 2:21:56 AM EDT Timothy A. Clary/AFP/File Bernard Hopkins, oldest fighter in boxing history to win a world championship, pictured during a press conference in New York, on January 15, 2013 Bernard Hopkins doesn't want to just pad his remarkable resume against German Karo Murat on Saturday. The ageless American wants to end his nine-yearknockout drought. Hopkins, the oldest boxer to win a major world title, will put hisInternational Boxing Federationlight-heavyweight belt on the line against Murat, months after their scheduled July bout was scuppered when Murat was denied a US visa.... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Hurricane Sandy, More Than $2.1 Billion In FEMA Public Assistance Grants In NY

Helps Clear Debris, Reopen Public Facilities Main Content NEW YORK – More than $2.1 billion in federal aid has been approved to reimburse state, local and tribal governments for Sandy-related response and recovery efforts in New York one year after the devastating storm. Public Assistance grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency reimburse local, state and tribal governments and eligible private nonprofits for eligible costs of emergency response, debris removal and repairing or rebuilding damaged public facilities. In New York, more than 2,700 grants have been approved so far. FEMA’s cost-share Public Assistance program reimburses 90 percent of eligible costs.... Read more →