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March 2014

Camden County Officials Say Sex Offender Magician not Breaking Law

South Jersey-based magician on the state sex offender registry has changed his stage name and was practicing magic for children as recently as last year, according to postings on a magicians' forum. But a spokesman for the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office said the man isn’t violating any laws, as the terms... Read more →


Sobering Stats For St. Patrick's Day

New Jersey State Police (Photo credit: Wikipedia) West Trenton, N.J.(March 14, 2014) – As you make plans to celebrate this year’s St. Patrick’s Day keep in mind a few sobering statistics so that you or someone you love don’t become one. -Over the last six St. Patrick’s Days, there have been... Read more →


CREW Files Ethics Complaint with OCE Against Rep. Greg Walden

Mar 12, 2014 Washington, D.C.—Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) today filed a complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) against Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR), chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), for authorizing the NRCC to create and maintain fraudulent campaign fundraising websites. The websites are... Read more →


Westville Woman Pleads Guilty to Killing Gloucester City Child

March 20, 2014 at 5:42pm Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk reported a Westville woman pleaded guilty Thursday to causing the death of a child she was babysitting for in 2011. Sheila Polanski, F/36, of Westville, pleaded guilty to Aggravated Manslaughter in the death of Madeline McHenry, a Gloucester City two-year-old.... Read more →


Paff Seeks Identities of Hainesport Officials on the Township's Health Insurance Plan

John Paff, Chairman New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project On March 11, 2014, attorney Walter Luers filed a lawsuit on my behalf against the Township of Hainesport in Burlington County. The matter is captioned John Paff v. Hainesport Township and Leo F. Selb, Jr., Docket No. BUR-L-570-14 and is... Read more →


The History of Saint Joachim Parish Bellmawr

Annunciation BVM BELLMAWR NJ--Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary was founded in Bellmawr in 1951 as a mission of Saint Anne, Westville. First meeting in the borough Community Building from 1946-1951, as attendance at Mass grew the Diocese gave permission for a new parish to be established. On September 8, 1951... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: GHS Retires No.19; Lions Win Game With 19 Seconds on The Clock

PUBLISHED HERE September 23, 2007 The Number 19 By Bruce Darrow GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (September 2007)--Saturday’s weather called for early fog giving way to perfect late morning sunshine, the playing field was decorated in honor of Marc Ryan as a Marine Flag flew beneath the American flag. This true story of... Read more →


Kenneth T. Shearer of Bellmawr, American Legion and NRA Member

(June 30, 1942 - March 20, 2014) Kenneth T. Shearer, on March 20, 2014, of Bellmawr. Age 71. Beloved husband of 52 years of Barbara D. (nee Backes). Survived by his loving chocolate lab Brinklie. Devoted father of Kelly Ann Shearer, Barbie Albano (Michael), Sandy Adomanis (Bill) and the late Kenneth... Read more →


A Family Affair: The Salvation Army Jersey City Corps Daycare Program

The Salvation Army logo (Anglophone Version) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Jersey City, NJ –The Salvation Army Jersey City Corps Daycare Program is unique. Its family atmosphere and extraordinary programming has garnered awards, captured attention and inspired generations. Spend a few minutes with the staff, and it’s easy to see why. Daycare Director... Read more →


Clip Syndicate Top NCAA Videos of the Day

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Two Teens Plead As Adults in Gloucester Township Homicide

March 18, 2014 at 5:23pm - Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle reported two juveniles were waived to adult court and pleaded guilty Tuesday in the killing of a Gloucester Township man last year. Jevon Coleman Robinson, M/16, of Edgewater Park, pleaded guilty as... Read more →


A Stillborn Child, A Charge of Murder and the Disputed Case Law on ‘Fetal Harm’

Rennie Gibbs, a 16 year old in Mississippi when she gave birth to a stillborn child, is facing life in prison for taking cocaine during her pregnancy. Hers is among a burgeoning number of cases in which women are prosecuted for allegedly endangering their unborn children. by Nina Martin ProPublica, March... Read more →


New test for hospital infections speeds up treatment for sepsis

Sepsis, a serious blood infection, is a leading cause of death in U.S. hospital emergency rooms. But advances in technology are helping area hospitals target treatments more quickly and accurately. Current bacterial identification tests take 36 to 48 hours to yield results. But now, doctors at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Parish History of Saint Anne’s Roman Catholic Church, Westville

UPDATE: In 2011, Saint Maurice, together with Saint Anne, merged with Annunciation BVM to become Saint Joachim Parish. PUBLISHED HERE September 20, 2007 IN THE BEGINNING… …there was a need. The need was to best serve the Catholic population of Westville, New Jersey. The need was met when, through the efforts... Read more →


First Arab woman Peace Prize winner speaks at Elizabethtown College's Ware Lecture

Human rights activist Tawakkol Karman shares struggle at April 10 event ELIZABETHTOWN, PA (03/14/2014)(readMedia)-- "We are the new generation struggling for our freedom. We know that this is a new world and the future is ours. And as women, they built walls around us because they are afraid of us. ...... Read more →


WATCH: Here Comes The Gloucester City String Band | cnbnews.net

Uploaded on Apr 19, 2011 Possessing hundreds of years of musical expertise among them, the Gloucester City String Band offers up a lively orchestral - like concert with timeless appeal in the Philadelphia style. The band was formed in 1988 by Mummer Ralph Anello for retiring Mummers who still wanted to... Read more →


Pete Rose To Speak At Church In Philadelphia

Pete Rose, Major League Baseball’s all-time career hit leader, will return to Philadelphia and appear at Christ’s Church of the Valley in Royersford on Sunday, March 30, 2014, to talk about how everyone deserves a second chance. It’s time for Major League Baseball to give Pete Rose a second chance. -... Read more →


Clip Syndicate Videos: President Obama Picks Michigan state to win NCAA Tournament

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Mr. Raymond N. Seccia, of West Deptford, age 69

Raymond N. Seccia, age 69, of West Deptford, NJ, was reunited with his beloved son Christopher, on March 17, 2014. Ray will be fondly remembered as a hardworking and skilled craftsman who leaves behind a legacy of a loving family and his inseparable companion Oreo (his little boy). Ray enjoyed relaxing... Read more →


Dolores Farnese of Runnemede, age 76

Dolores Farnese (nee Pignoli), suddenly on March 18, 2014, of Runnemede. Age 76. Beloved wife of the late Aldo M. Loving mother of Kim Martucci (Bob), Greg (Laurie) and Dino. Devoted grandmother of Jason, Justin, Marisa, Marco, and Matthew. Dear sister of Patricia Colella and Linda Ruggiero. Also survived by numerous... Read more →


Watch: Home Country Minute, plus Herb's Visit to O'Dontal Dental | cnbnews.net

By Slim Randles CNBNews.net Herb walked into O’Dontal Dental the other day, holding his hand against a swollen face. He hadn’t even made an appointment to see Perry first, and it became obvious why he hadn’t. “Good morning, Herb,” said Andrea, the receptionist. “What can we do for you today?” “Mmfft... Read more →


Mary P. Molineaux, Runnemede Artist Succumbs at the age of 102

(January 15, 1912 - March 17, 2014) Mary Price Molineaux, 102 years young, went home to her parents, Joe and Lydia, and sister, Esther, on March 17, 2014, formerly of Philadelphia, Runnemede, and Leisuretown. Mary was an artist. Her favorite subjects to paint were the large farm in Runnemede she grew... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Remembering Jack Pyrah

PUBLISHED HERE September 14, 2007 BY JACK HEATH Jack Pyrah never wanted the conversation to end. When Jack left us on July19 at the age of 88, no one wanted the conversations about Jack Pyrah to end. Sometimes it takes a man's passing to put all the pieces together to see... Read more →


ATTENTION CAMDEN COUNTY RESIDENT: CO-TRAUMA VICTIM SERVICES AVAILABLE

NEWS RELEASE CAMDEN, NJ (MARCH 18, 2014) – With tremendous rainfall, howling high-speed winds, and a largely destructive path, Superstorm Sandy altered the lives of many New Jerseyans in late October 2012. People across the state found themselves with property damage and loss, wage reduction and loss, and overall financial distress.... Read more →


N.J. towns push state to keep cap on union arbitration awards

New Jersey towns are urging state officials to act to prevent what mayors say would be a municipal budget buster. If the New Jersey Legislature does not act by April 1, a 2 percent cap on arbitration settlements of contract disputes with police and fire unions will expire. Towns are required... Read more →


NOTICE FOR MINOR LEAGUE TRYOUTS

GLOUCESTER CITY MINOR LEAGUE TRYOUTS... WEDNESDAY NIGHT (MARCH 19) AT THE MINOR LEAGUE FIELD ON JOHNSON BLVD. IF THERE IS BAD WEATHER, IT WILL BE MOVED TO THE INDOOR BATTING FACILITY ON NICHOLSON ROAD...... START TIME IS 6PM. MINOR LEAGUE DRAFT WILL BE THURSDAY NIGHT (MARCH 20) AFTER OUR REGULAR MEETING.... Read more →


Vans Offering "Free Obamacare" to Spanish Speaking People Arrive in Miami

RELATED CATEGORY: YOUR MONEY Matt Drudge snapped the below picture today in Miami. Under the license plate it says “totalmente gratis,” which means “totally free” in English. story submitted by John Branin, of Florida Related articles Memo to the GOP: A Vast Majority -- Including Hispanics -- Opposes Obamacare Matt Drudge... Read more →


TODAY'S NCAA NEWS FROM CLIP SYNDICATE VIDEOS | cnbnews.net

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Do’s and Don’ts for Paying Your Tax Bill

The national debt clock outside the IRS office in NYC. July 1, 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) press release Roseland, NJ – About three-quarters of individual taxpayers received refunds last year, according to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) statistics. However, many people find that they do owe taxes when April 15 comes around.... Read more →


10 New Jersey cities with the most violent crime

Alex Napoliello/NJ.com March 17, 2014 at 9:00:00 EDT New Jersey's cities with the most violent crime aren't always the most populous, according to a report from FindTheBest, a data aggregation site. However, Camden, a city with an estimated population of 80,000 in 2012, is by far the most violent. With 1,993... Read more →


WATCH: Pennsylvania AG on the Hotseat

WFMZ Allentown, PA March 17, 2014 at 17:03:40 EDT Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is on the defensive following a newspaper probe that's put her on the hot seat. . This article, Kane defends handling of Philadelphia lawmakers probe, is syndicated from Repost Video News and is posted here with permission.... Read more →


SAF: NJ AG Opposes Supreme Court Review of NJ Carry Law

BELLEVUE, Wash., March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the New Jersey Attor ney General filed a brief in the Drake right to carry case, urging the U.S. Supreme Court not to take the case. Drake is the pending federal challenge to New Jersey's unconstitutional carry law, brought by the Association of... Read more →


BIG 'I' APPLAUDS SENATE FOR PASSAGE OF FLOOD INSURANCE LEGISLATION

The “Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2013” was sponsored by New Jersey Senator, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) along with Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) and supported by New Jersey US Senator, Cory Booker (D-N.J.). Trenton, NJ (March 14, 2014) –The Big “I” applauds the U.S. Senate for passing H.R. 3370, the... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: DO AWAY WITH GLOUCESTER CITY'S NO PARKING ORDINANCE; ANOTHER TAX

PUBLISHED HERE September 18, 2007 CNBNEWS Point of View: By William E. Cleary Sr. We received a number of comments on the Gloucester City employee (s) not having to pay the fine for eight parking tickets received over a seven month period. Because of a possible conflict of interest the case... Read more →


Jim Simpson is the most powerful person in NJ transportation

The General: Mike Frassinelli/The Star-Ledger March 16, 2014 at 9:00:00 EDT You never have to wonder whether Jim Simpson is in the room. He attends events wearing a jacket with NJDOT COMMISSIONER in giant letters, like a general displaying stars. The only New Jersey cabinet member who might have as much... Read more →


Drop Your Socks and Grab Your Flip Flops

(Photo credit: Wikipedia) Kickoff Spring with the #GTPD: GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ-- Spring's arrival and its sense of renewal have been marked in many ways in the past. The Gloucester Township Police Department is ready to kickoff Spring and put Winter in the rear view mirror by participating in this unique event.... Read more →


South Jersey Open Government Conference on March 23rd

Libertarian Party Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) There will be an open government conference in Clementon, New Jersey (Camden County) between 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m on Sunday, March 23, 2014. The conference is being hosted by the New Jersey Foundation for Open Government, Inc. Advance registration is only $10 and includes... Read more →


Squash the Secret

Black Horse Pike Regional School District will be sponsoring "Squash the Secret" what parents MUST KNOW about Drug Prevention, before it's too late! The program will be held on Tuesday, March 18th at 6:30 PM at the Triton Library Media Center. http://www.bhprsd.org/cms/lib02/NJ01001930/Centricity/Domain/273/squash%20the%20secret%20final%20flyer.pdf Posted with Blogsy Related articles How to Select Squash... Read more →


New York Times Archives: Gloucester City Teacher Suspended Over Hygiene Talk

CNBNews NOTE: The year of this news clip is not known. Does anyone have a guess? Related articles CNBNEWS ARCHIVES: Some Bad Teenagers Are Ruining Angel's Playground Clip Syndicate Top Sports Videos of the Day Dorothy Reed Schone, 84, illustrator Suspended Magnolia Teacher Teressa McKinnie Arrested Again!!! Gloucester Cathedral Cloisters Gloucester... Read more →


Federal High Risk Pools Extended For A Month

By Mary Agnes Carey MARCH 14TH, 2014, 3:53 PM Participants in the federal high-risk pool created in the health law will have another month to find coverage, the Obama administration announced Friday. In a notice posted on the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan website, officials announced that program enrollees who have not... Read more →


New president for Camden Catholic High School

Mary Whipkey Bishop Dennis Sullivan has appointed Mary Whipkey as the third president of Camden Catholic High School. The appointment was made upon the recommendation of the Board of Trustees of Camden Catholic. Whipkey has been interim president since May 2013. She previously served as director of admissions and director of... Read more →


John A. DeFalco Esq., a Haddonfield Attorney and Former Solicitor, Public Defender, Prosecutor for Many South Jersey Communities Succumbs

John DeFalco John A. DeFalco, of Voorhees, who served as Gloucester City solictor from 1981 to 1988, died on Friday, January 17, 2014 at the age of 73. After he began his private practice in 1968 in Camden, Mr. DeFalco was a solicitor for the Camden County Park Commission from 1973... Read more →


NCAA Basketball Tournament has Western Michigan Playing Syracuse in Buffalo

Western Michigan, sophomore, Connar Tava fights for possession against Toledo in the 2014 Mid-American Conference championship. The Broncos will face Syracuse in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament in Buffalo. Photo by Brandon Karsten By Raymond Rolak Special for CNBNEWS.net WMU Takes Mid-American Conference Title CLEVELAND-- Coach Steve Hawkins... Read more →


Gloucester City Boy with Rare Disease Speaks at Statehouse Event | cnbnews.net

Gloucester City resident Peter Herbert with his grandmother Mrs. Theresa Herbert, also of Gloucester City (photo provided) BY CNBNEWS.NET TRENTON NJ (March 13, 2014)--Rare New Jersey a working group of patients, patient advocates, and life sciences professionals working together to improve the lives of rare disease patients in New Jersey, presented... Read more →


VIDEO CLIPS: Coach "Q" Talks Bulldogs, NCAA Tournament | cnbnews.net

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Catholic Partnership Schools sponsors education summit March 24

By Carmela Malerba The second Annual Education Summit, sponsored by Catholic Partnership Schools, will take place on Monday, March 24 at the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College in Mount Laurel. With the theme of "Self-Control, Poverty, Social and Emotional Development and the Roles They Play in Raising Our Children," academics,... Read more →