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March 2014

Thomas C. MacAdams, Brooklawn Community Organizer, Councilman; Services on Saturday

Thomas C. MacAdams, age 60 BROOKLAWN NJ--Former Brooklawn Borough Councilman Thomas C. MacAdams, age 60, passed away on Saturday, March 29, 2014, after a long, courageous battle with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and Fronto-temporal Dementia (FTD). Tom fell asleep and woke up in heaven with his Maker. Tommy was the much-loved husband of 34 years to... Read more →

Weekly Wastebasket: SHIP OF FOOLS

Ship of Fools Volume XIX No. 13: March 28, 2014 It’s not even April Fool’s day yet and Congress is already pulling a fast one on taxpayers. A fast two, in fact. First, Congress is intent on taking up the tax extenders package, a bill filled with tax break zombies that seem to live past... Read more →

Zach Matari Embarks on Anti Bullying Teen Nation Tour

New Teen Pop Sensation Zach Matari will commence on the rising Anti Bullying “Teen Nation Tour” in May Zach Matari I'm honored to be a part of Teen Nation Anti Bullying Tour. New York, NY (PRWEB) March 28, 2014 Since the start of the tour in 2012,Teen Nation Tour has been working as a peer... Read more →

Part of the Grandiose Dream for Gloucester City’s Riverfront is on the Auction Block | cnbnews.net

Above, the grandiose plans for the Southport area included 1000 homes, a marina and shops on 130 acres. Some of those buildings were going to be constructed on the old GAF property, which was owned by the Gloucester Point group. That 10-acre plot goes on the auction block on April 15. Image by Alberto &... Read more →

Area Students Named to Caldwell College Fall 2013 Dean's List

CALDWELL, NJ (03/28/2014)(readMedia)-- Caldwell College recently named 479 students to the fall 2013 Dean's list, according to Patrick Progar, Ph.D., BCBA-D, vice president for Academic Affairs at the college. In order to achieve this honor, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and complete at least 12 credits during the... Read more →


CLIP SYNDICATE x Related articles Federal site crashes as healthcare enrollment deadline looms - Boston.com Malaysia Airlines reviews security after MH370 disappearance - Telegraph.co.uk North and South Korea exchange fire across western sea border - BBC News Climate inaction to be 'catastrophe' - BBC News 'Another big wave came and took him': Man swept out... Read more →

Times of Trenton Letters to the Editor - March 28

Times of Trenton Letters to the Editor March 28, 2014 at 6:09:07 EDT Governor enjoys too much authority I don’t understand why New Jersey allows Gov. Chris Christie to stay in office. I presume some people think he could be president, but God help us if that happens. Everything from the “Death Race 2012” (a... Read more →

Nearly 80 Percent of Cardiologists Say Ischemic Stroke Risk Reduction is Their Primary Goal

in Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation Treatment, New Survey Shows Cardiologists also believe their patients' top concern is the fear of experiencing a clot that leads to a stroke; real-world challenges may influence treatment decisions Nearly 80 Percent of Cardiologists Say Ischemic Stroke Risk Reduction is Their Primary Goal in Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation Treatment, New Survey Shows.... Read more →

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: The spirited Gloucester City “Old Timers” String Band

published here October 17, 2007 By Kathy Zingaro Clark GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (October 2007)--Few things in life are free. Yet a night on the riverfront with the spirited Gloucester City "Old Timers" String Band is both free, and delightful. After decades of professional musicianship, this energized crew really knows how to put on a show.... Read more →

NJDivision of Consumer Affairs: DID YOU KNOW?

Every day, 40 Americans die from an overdose caused by prescription painkiller abuse, according to the U.S. Centers For Disease Control And (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Prevention. Overdoses of opioid prescription drugs now kill more people in the U.S. than heroin and cocaine combined. Two in five teenagers mistakenly believe prescription drugs are "much safer" than... Read more →

Friends of Camden Catholic Raising Funds to Improve the School | The Catholic Star Herald

THURSDAY, 13 MARCH 2014 10:56 WRITTEN BY ADMIN2 Pictured from left are Heather Crisci, Camden Catholic principal; James Madden, honorary co-chair; Agnes Madden, honorary co-chair; Father Scott Pilarz, board chair; Mary Whipkey, president of the school; and Charles Grand, honorary co-chair. Photo by Alan M.Dumoff On March 10 Camden Catholic High School, Cherry Hill, announced... Read more →

NEED A JOB? AT&T Is Hiring In Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AT&T* is seeking applicants to fill more than 100 key job openings inPennsylvania, including many in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas. The positions are primarily focused on customer service and retail and are a result of AT&T's continued investment in Pennsylvania. "AT&T continues to expand our customer base in... Read more →

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Photos and Story on Heroes to Hero Race

PUBLISHED October 19, 2007 by Bill Bates Runners and walkers get ready as Engine 452 prepares to "sound the siren" to officially start the 6th Annual Heroes to Hero 5K Run/Walk on Saturday morning. Large Turnout for This Year's Heroes to Hero 5K Run/Walk MOUNT EPHRAIM NJ (October 13, 2007)--On Saturday, October 13 many residents... Read more →


KAISER HEALTH NEWS/MARch 28, 2014 Many questions remain about what this number means, though, including how many of those enrolling in new coverage had been uninsured before signing up and whether young and healthy people will be adequately represented. The New York Times: White House Says Health Care Rolls Top Goal: 6 Million The White... Read more →

News from the Camden County Prosecutors Office | cnbnews.net

Plea in Berlin Borough Fatal Car Crash March 26, 2014 at 5:42pm Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk reported a Hammonton man has plead guilty in connection with a 2012 fatal car crash in Berlin Borough. Ruperto Bautista-Pina, M/25, pleaded guilty Monday to Death by Auto. He is expected to be sentenced to a five... Read more →

Moorestown Twp. Residents: Expired & Unused Medicine turn in at the Police Dept. April 26

Immediate Release MOORESTOWN TOWNSHIP NJ --The Moorestown Police Department will be hosting a Prescription and Over the Counter Medicine Disposal Site as part of the 2014 DEA Operation Take Back NJ initiative. The medicine turn in will take place on Saturday, April 26 from 10 am - 2 pm in the front parking lot of... Read more →

Wall NJ Resident Spends Spring Break Working at Habitat for Humanity Housing Site

PROVIDENCE, RI (03/26/2014)(readMedia)-- Mollie Stackhouse, a resident of Wall, NJ and a member of the class of 2016 at Providence College, recently spent a week working with Habitat for Humanity as part of the College's Alternative Spring Break 2014 program. Stackhouse was among more than 130 Providence College students who volunteered to spend their spring... Read more →

Watch: Florida Coach Billy Donavan Media Conference

NCAA SWEEET 16 VIDEO NEWS Related articles Soldiers Killed at Fort Hood Had Years of Service - ABC News Ohio recognition of out-of-state gay unions gets judge's nod - Chicago Tribune Gay marriage, Mozilla's Brandon Eich, and the role of a CEO - Los Angeles Times George W. Bush unveils his paintings of world leaders.... Read more →


Report by Mark Lagerkvist Posted on March 29, 2014 New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he wants to learn from Bridgegate. But in reality, he is teaching a lesson on how a skilled politician manipulates public opinion. In the classroom of the real world, here is the syllabus for Christie’s new course in Surviving Scandal... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Department Awarded The 2014 “U drive, U text, U pay" Grant

The Gloucester Township Police Department will be participating in the statewide 2014 “U Drive, U Text, U Pay” Distracted Driving Enforcement Campaign. This campaign takes place between April 1st and April 21st, 2014. As part of the initiative, the department was awarded a $5,000.00 grant by New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety. The grant... Read more →


MARCH 28, 2014 BOSTON, MA TOP STORY: Off-duty ICE deputy field office director saves family from car wreck Shards of glass still lodged in his hands and a throbbing pain in his shoulder, Chris Cronen sat in a hospital emergency room the evening of March 9 a hero. Cronen, the executive deputy assistant director for... Read more →

Stephanie Smith of Brooklawn Presents Research During Widner University Honors Week

CHESTER, PA (03/25/2014)(readMedia)-- Stephanie Smith of Brooklawn, N.J., a junior management/marketing major at Widener University, presented research titled "Experiencing the Business and Social Culture of Spain" during the university's annual Honors Week March 17 to 21. Students who present during Honors Week are recommended by Widener faculty members for their outstanding undergraduate research efforts. Smith... Read more →

Officers of the Week: Joseph Olivo, Jordan Plitt and Allen Williams

Posted on March 27, 2014 by CCPD The Camden County Police Department honors three individuals this week as its Officers of the Week: Joseph Olivo, Jordan Plitt and Allen Williams. Officer Plitt joined the department as a recruit last summer and became an officer in December after graduating from the Camden County Police Academy. Officer... Read more →

Pet Tip of the Week: Anti-Social Dogs (cnbnews.net)

by Dawn Watson (cnbnews.net) By the age of 16 weeks, your dog should have been introduced to many other dogs, lots of people, and numerous places. The window of opportunity for socialization begins to close, after that. If you own an older dog that seems afraid or aggressive when meeting other dogs, there are things... Read more →

Long-Time Brooklawn Councilman and Resident Tom MacAdams Succumbs, Services Pending

UPDATED: 5:30PM By William E. Cleary Sr./CNBNews.net BROOKLAWN NJ (March 29, 2014)--Long-time Brooklawn resident and councilman In October 2013 the Brooklawn Tree Commission honored Tom by planting a tree on Arbor Day. He is pictured with his wife, Dee Tom MacAdams died today, Saturday. The 60-year-old MacAdams was suffering with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) and... Read more →

Camden Diocese Gym Dedications

Gymnasium dedications Sr. Sheila Murphy and family members stand on the floor of the recently dedicated Sister Sheila Murphy, SSJ. Gymnasium in Wildwood. Two Sisters of St. Joseph received the high honor of having their names painted on school basketball courts. Notre Dame de la Mer Parish, in celebration of the Sisters of St. Joseph,... Read more →

Five Tax Tips for the Unemployed

press release Roseland, NJ – If you find yourself out of work, taxes may be the last thing you want to think about. But it’s important to continue your tax and other financial planning, even when you’re unemployed. The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) offers practical tips that will help you address... Read more →


X Governor Christie: Some people that I trusted and relied upon, let me down. And as a result, we let down the people of the state of New Jersey. That of course shakes your confidence. But in the end, what it’s resolved me to do is to get better. And, I’ve said, any number of... Read more →


English: Modified IM/IV syringe used for "plugging" heroin. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Posted on March 23, 2014 by CCPD (Camden, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is investigating a spate of heroin overdoses, including one Saturday afternoon in which an officer discovered an unconscious male in an empty lot and helped save his life. The... Read more →

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Ruth Cleary, Remembered as Warm & Generous

October 16, 2007 Source http://www.courierpostonline.com By RENEE WINKLER Courier-Post Staff Anyone who spotted Ruth Cleary tooling around in her red Chrysler convertible probably thought of her as a blithe spirit. She always had time to chat with neighbors she met during her 46 years in Haddon Heights or with people in nearby communities visiting the... Read more →

Diva Eats: Spring Risotto

Devil Gourmet, March 24, 2014 at 10:00:09 EDT It’s officially spring. Although it may not feel like spring, it is according to the calendar. It’s funny how once spring arrives, we think that the weather will miraculously become sunny and warm. I know it eventually will, just as I know summer will be here in... Read more →


Foodie Things to Do Event details are subject to change without notice. Please confirm directly before heading out! THIS WEEKEND: Through March 28: Collingswood welcomes foodies from near and far to its bi-annual restaurant week. The week features three- and four-course meals at prices ranging from $25 to $35 per person. Restaurants will feature popular... Read more →

NJLawmakers Want to Give Undocumented Immigrants Driving Privileges

Credit: NJTV Assemblywoman Annette Quijano (D-Union) TRENTON NJ (March 24, 2014)--Legislation that would extend New Jersey driving privileges to the state's estimated half-million undocumented immigrants has once again been introduced by lawmakers, though the bill's final shape and when it might be considered remain up in the air. The legislation –- A-2135 and S-1696 --... Read more →

10 Best Philadelphia Fine Dining Restaurants Declared by bestofluxury.com

bestofluxury.com announces rankings of best Philadelphia restaurants for March 2014 BOL 10 Best Philadelphia Fine Dining Restaurants Declared by bestofluxury.com for March 2014 (PRWEB) March 24, 2014 The independent authority on affluent living, bestofluxury.com, has ranked the list of the March 2014 best Philadelphia restaurants in the affluent living industry. The listings are ranked at... Read more →

Logan Township Mayor Frank Minor kicks off congressional campaign

Michelle Caffrey / South Jersey Times March 27, 2014 at 5:06:15 PM EDT The race for the First Congressional District widened on Thursday, as Logan Township Mayor Frank Minor announced he would challenge State Sen. Donald Norcross (D-5 of Camden) in a Democratic primary. Minor made his candidacy official at the Holiday Inn in Logan... Read more →

Comments That Will Shock Today's Young Women

by Genevieve Wood March 25, 2014 at 11:38 am President Barack Obama and feminist Gloria Steinem before Steinem received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013. Photo: Paul Hennessy/Polaris/Newscom Liberal feminist icon Gloria Steinem turns 80 today. She once said that “A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and... Read more →

2016: Hillary Still Thinking About Second Presidential Run

ADVERTISEMENT (space donated by CNBNews.net By MyrnaLaboureyas Tempe, AZ (March 24, 2014)--Hillary Clinton again hinted that she may run for president in 2016 on Saturday night, telling an audience in Arizona she was “very much concerned” about the direction of the country and was considering “all kinds of decisions” about her future. The former US... Read more →

ProfNet Experts Available on General Motors Recall, Tax Returns, More

Also in This Edition: Jobs for Writers and Media Industry Blog Posts NEW YORK, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Below are experts from theProfNet network that are available to discuss timely issues in your coverage area. If you are interested in interviewing any of the experts, please contact them via the contact information at the... Read more →

Sam’s Italian Market and Bakery Announces Annual Easter Egg Raffle

Sam’s Italian Market and Bakery (http://www.samsitalianmarket.net) is excited to announce the annual Easter Egg Raffle from March 28 - April 18. The winner will receive a ten pound, three-foot tall, hollow, imported Italian chocolate Easter egg. Sam’s Italian Market and Bakery Willow Grove, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) March 24, 2014 This is Sam’s Italian Market and Bakery’s... Read more →

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Warning! Cutbacks are Possible in St. Mary's Parish/Headcount on Sunday

ADVERTISEMENT (space donated by CNBNews.net) Published October 10, 2007 "Sad to say, the present situation here in St. Mary's is not impressive," Father Curran, pastor OUR PARISH GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Since Bishop Galante started his "Speak-up" Sessions in March of 2005, he has constantly talked of his Vision for the Church in the Diocese of Camden... Read more →

Tobacco Users Caught Up in Insurer’s Obamacare “Glitch”

by Charles Ornstein ProPublica, March 24, 2014, 8:30 a.m. After signing up for coverage and disclosing they were smokers, about 100 New Hampshire consumers, including Terry Wetherby, find their new Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield policies canceled because they were charged incorrect “non-smoker” rates. Retired New Hampshire nurse Terry Wetherby doesn’t hide the fact... Read more →

EMTs Can Now Administer Overdose Antidote

With Closing of Loophole State Health Commissioner Mary O'Dowd New Jersey's so-called Good Samaritan law, signed last year by Gov. Chris Christie, provides immunity for those who contact emergency responders after an overdose occurs -- as well as to those who help save the lives of victims by administering an antidote known as nalaxone. But... Read more →

Cape May Gay Friendly LBGT Accommodations

By: Ryan Reclaim, March 23, 2014 at 4:29:34 EDT Cape May LBGT Gay Community Find Gay LBGT Information for your stay in Cape May this Summer Gables of Cape May – GABLES of Cape May County was organized in 1995 as part of an effort to establish an organization in every NJ County with a... Read more →

Delia Associates Celebrates 50 Years in Business

ADVERTISEMENT (space donated by CNBNews.net) +++++ press release Whitehouse, NJ (March 25, 2014)–“When my father founded Delia Associates 50 years ago, he did so with a distinct purpose in mind,” says Ed Delia, President of Delia Associates, a NJ-based firm specializing in brand development, website development and search marketing. “He wanted to create a lasting... Read more →

GTPD Investigation Yields Several Ounces of Marijuana, Prescription Pills and Drug Paraphernalia

GTPD Media Release March 26, 2014: The Gloucester Township Police Department’s Investigation Bureau - Special Investigations Unit recently concluded a thorough investigation into the sale of Controlled Dangerous Substances from a local residence in Gloucester Township. During the months of February/March of 2014, a local drug dealer was the focus of a prolonged police investigation.... Read more →

Home Country Video Plus The Mule Barn Coffee Shop | cnbnews.net

By Slim Randles/CNBNEWS As a prequel to the morning coffee inhalation down at the Mule Barn coffee shop, the members of the world dilemma think tank were found at the break of day, armed with fly rods, in their other guise as charter members of the Lewis Creek Piscatorial Pursuit Alliance. “I like your presentation,... Read more →

Springfield Avenue post office is the pits

Newark residents say Barry Carter/Star-Ledger March 23, 2014 at 6:05:00 EDT Dora Barnes wasn’t on the phone a hot minute when she was cut off Tuesday morning. Oh, no he didn’t. Click. Oh, yes he did. Someone at the Springfield Avenue Post Office in Newark hung up on her after she finally got through to... Read more →

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

The Brain Injury Association of America announced its annual campaign to educate the public about the dangers of traumatic brain injuries. According to the group's web site, the goal of this campaign is to help prevent brain injuries, encourage research and education and bring hope to millions of Americans who are living with brain injuries.... Read more →