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May 2014

Suspect Involved in the Millville Murders Arraigned at the Cumberland County Courthouse

Millville double homicide: Glassboro man arraigned on murder charges (via NJ.com) BRIDGETON — The second man charged for his alleged involvement in the murders of two Millville residents was arraigned Tuesday at the Cumberland County Courthouse. James Henry, 25, of Glassboro, entered the courtroom wearing an orange jumpsuit, wrists… Read more →

Names of the Deceased Accident Victims Released

Authorities ID three killed in Monday's bus-car crash near Atlantic City (via NewsWorks) Authorities have released the names of three people killed when the car they were riding in collided with a New Jersey Transit bus on Monday afternoon near Atlantic City. Fourteen-year-old Kira Strider and 16-year-old Amber Fernandez, both of... Read more →

Riots Shut Down Fort Lauderdale on Memorial Day

FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA (May 26, 2014)--For most, Memorial Day is a time to spend with friends and family to reflect on the sacrifices that the men and women in our military have made for our nation. However this year police believe that hundreds of teens made their way to the beach... Read more →

Bonnie Watson Coleman Seeking Your Vote

N.J. state lawmaker cites leadership, fortitude in quest for seat in Congress (via NewsWorks) Among the four Democrats competing to replace retiring U.S. Congressman Rush Holt of New Jersey is Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, who aims to become the first woman of color to represent the state in Congress. Watson Coleman,... Read more →

Pleasantville Bus/Car Accident Claims Another Life

Authorities: 3rd person dies in New Jersey bus-car collision (via NewsWorks) Authorities say a third person has died from injuries suffered when a New Jersey Transit bus and a car collided near Atlantic City yesterday afternoon. The Press of Atlantic City reports the 17-year-old girl died at the hospital Monday night,... Read more →

Gloucester County Indictments

Gloucester County indicts include burglary charges, child abuse (via NJ.com) The following people have been indicted by a grand jury in Gloucester County: — Jon D. Survilo, 23, of Williamstown, for possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) on Feb. 25 in Monroe. — Brenda Sabatini, 39, of Carneys Point, for… Read more →

CNBNews Archives 2007: Mount Ephraim Crime Watch Program to be Studied

CNBNEWS ARCHIVES posted December 11, 2007 By Bill Bates Andy Gilmore, Director of Public Safety, announced that there has been an interest in re-implementing the Mount Ephraim Crime Watch Program within the Borough. Police Chief Dobleman along with the Mount Ephraim Police Force will be holding their first meeting on Wednesday,... Read more →

Summer cinema: New Jersey film festivals, in theaters and on the waterfront

(via NJ.com) On lawns, in theaters, parks and museums, film festivals and movie series are approaching New Jersey en masse this spring and summer. In the coming months, there will be no shortage of documentaries and movies tied to the state, both films made by writers… Read more →

Two Traveling Child Predators Arrested

May 22, 2014 HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two Western Pennsylvania men, who traveled to predetermined meeting locations to meet who they believed were 14-year-old girls for sex. In both instances, agents with the Office of Attorney General's Child Predator Section, who were conducting... Read more →

Two arrested for heroin trafficking in Johnstown

HARRISBURG - Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of two individuals accused of trafficking heroin in Johnstown. Sean McCall Krista McCall Agents from the Office of Attorney General's Bureau of Narcotics Investigation and the Cambria County Violent Drug Task Force conducted a fast-moving investigation into the alleged heroin... Read more →

‘Eat This Drink That’ Festival Debuts This Fall,September 13-14

(Photo credit: Wikipedia) Press Release Oaks, PA (May 6, 2014) - The Eat This Drink That food and drink festival producers are encouraging everyone to save the date (and their appetites) for its inaugural debut at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center (100 Station Avenue, Oaks, PA 19456) on September 13th and... Read more →

163 Service Members from New Jersey Have Died in the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars

Editorial: Memorial Day 2014 roll call of N.J. service members killed in Iraq, Afghanistan (via NJ.com) On this Memorial Day, it is fitting to call the roll of the 163 service members and two civilians with ties to New Jersey and Bucks County, Pa., who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.... Read more →

Bus and Car Collide in Pleasantville, Many Injured

Several people hurt after bus, car collide in Atlantic County (via NJ.com) PLEASANTVILLE — Several people were injured when a bus and a car collided in southern New Jersey this afternoon. Six people were in the car, and four of them were taken to the hospital along with some bus passengers.... Read more →

Obituary: William A. Lundquist, of Gloucester City

Life Legacy On May 25, 2014, at the home of his niece and nephew, Gwen and John Herman. Age 80. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of the late Lillian Lundquist. Dear brother of Florence Wiley. Predeceased by his siblings, Dorothy Bartley, Mildred Barlow, Victor Lundquist and Thelma Schoeler. Also survived by... Read more →

Robert T. Baker, of Gloucester City, Desert Storm Navy Veteran

Life Legacy On May 18, 2014. Age 49. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 25 years to Doran (nee Johnson). Beloved father of Brandon Baker. Cherished son of Troy and Judith Baker. Loving brother of Tom Baker (Joanne) and David Baker (Sandy). Cherished son-in-law of Hallie Willis. Also survived by his... Read more →

Obituary:Annamae Berry ,of Westville

On May 10, 2014. Age 81. (nee Calhoun). Of Westville. Beloved wife of the late Raymond P. Berry, Sr. Loving mother of Christine Brennan (Gary), Barbara Emmons (late Brian), Renee Carbin (late Tom) and Raymond P. Berry, Jr. (Terry). She is survived by her grandchildren, Michael Helms (Chrissy), Kristin and Lauren... Read more →

Steven R. Wood of Gloucester City, age 30

Life Legacy On May 8, 2014. Age 30. Of Gloucester City. Loving father of Julian Gabriel Wood. Cherished son of Kimberly Ann and David Carter. Beloved brother of John Kopfle and Jane Carter. Loving companion of Lori Knecht. Cherished grandson of Joe DiFelice. Predeceased by his grandmothers Winnie Wood and Janet... Read more →

Obituary: John T. Marsden, Korean War Army Veteran

On May 8, 2014. Age 85. Lifelong resident of Gloucester City. Loving son of the late John T. and Isabella Marsden. Loving husband of 62 years to Jean R. Marsden (nee Vasey). Loving father of Connie Roadside of Egg Harbor Twp. and Terry Malkowicz (Paul) of Gibbstown. Cherished grandfather of Dustin... Read more →

Obituary: Jennifer “Baby Girl” Kotter,

On May 8, 2014, Jennifer "Baby Girl" Kotter passed away in the presence of her loving Mommy and Daddy along with family and friends. In addition to her Mom and Dad, Jennifer is survived by her brother Robert Kotter, grandmother Mona Kotter and grandfather Robert Kotter, Sr. Relatives and friends are... Read more →

Obit: Betty Jane Smith of Woodbury

Life Legacy Suddenly and Tragically, On May 4, 2014. Age 76. Of Woodbury. Formerly of Salyersville, Kentucky. Loving and Devoted companion of 16 years to the late Frank George Myers. Devoted cousin of Milton (Linda King) Marcum. Predeceased by her son, Scott Smith. Beloved step-mother of Christopher Smith (Beth). Dear grandmother... Read more →

Frank George Myers, GHS Alumni , of Woodbury Heights

Frank George Myers February 13, 1948 - May 4, 2014 Suddenly and tragically, On May 4, 2014. Age 66. Of Woodbury Heights. Formerly of Gloucester City Loving and devoted companion of 16 years to the late Betty Jane “BJ” Smith. Cherished Father of Irene Rochelle of Wenonah and Brian (Lisa) Myers... Read more →

Obituary: Hildergarde E. Roberts of Gloucester City

ROBERTS HILDEGARDE E. On May 18, 2014 (nee Donohue) of Gloucester City, NJ, age 71. She is the loving mother of Kathryn Roberts, Julie Silks, the late Victoria Hillegus and dear sister of Austin J. Donohue. Hildegarde was a devoted mother who loved taking care of animals. She was involved with... Read more →

Wayne C.Hill, of Gloucester City, age 79

Hill Wayne C., Sr. On May 16, 2014, a long time resident of Gloucester City, NJ, age 79 yrs. passed away peacefully surrounded by his family. He was the beloved husband of MaryEllen Hill (neeSettar) and loving father of Wayne C. Jr. (Janice), David J. (Anki), Joseph E. (Diana) and Herbert... Read more →

Marie Klaus of Gloucester City age 103

KLAUS MARIE A. On May 14, 2014 (nee Isard) of Gloucester City, NJ and formerly of South Philadelphia, age 103. She was the devoted wife of the late Albert E. Klaus; loving sister of the late Frederick Isard (late Elizabeth) and she is survived my many dear nephews, nieces and cousins.... Read more →

Phillies Forgetting Basic Fundamentals of Baseball

PHILLIES NOTES: Manager Ryne Sandberg acknowledges fundamentals an issue (via NJ.com) PHILADELPHIA – When Ryne Sandberg oversaw his first spring training as Phillies manager this year, he stressed fundamentals. There were areas Sandberg felt had been lacking last year when the Phillies completed their first losing season since 2002… Read more →

Police Investigating Fatal Hit-and-Run Accident

CAMDEN CITY NJ (May 30,2014)Camden County Prosecutor Warren Faulk and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson are seeking the vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run today. A man walking south on Pershing Street between Morton and Chase streets in Camden was struck Monday at 3:30 p.m. The vehicle involved... Read more →

Obituary: John Reuss of Bellmawr

John Reuss on May 24, 2014, of Bellmawr Park. Age 55. Devoted father of Kara, John, and Steve Schroeder. Loving pop of Jayden, Skyler and Brianna. Beloved brother of Marie Sweeny, Floss Del Percio (John), Fran “Cookie” Killip, Nancy Thurston, Patty Boyle (Joe). Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives... Read more →

Bill Haley and The Comets Played the HofBrau Hotel in Wildwood, Memorial Day Weekend 1954

60 years ago, a revolutionary rock song debuted in Wildwood (via NJ.com) During Memorial Day weekend of 1954, a country singer named Bill Haley swapped out his cowboy hat for a zoot suit and debuted a swinging new song with his band, the Comets, at the HofBrau Hotel in Wildwood. Backed... Read more →

Carmen B. Santoro, age 91, Project Manager for Bally's and Boys/Girls Club of Atlantic City

Carmen B. Santoro, 91, of Ventnor and formerly of Philadelphia and Westville Grove peacefully passed away on May 23, 2014 with his family by his side. A hard working, loyal man is the legacy that Carmen leaves behind. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Carmen served in the United States Army. Following... Read more →


CNBNEWS ARCHIVES DECEMBER 2007 Posted on Thursday, December 13, 2007 by dailymuse The governor unveiled his long-awaited school funding formula yesterday, and school districts and lobbyists are busy poring over the numbers to see who wins and who loses. Frankly, there aren’t enough details for us to know its impact. There... Read more →

U.S. Coast Guard Tips for Safe Boating

For boating safety, Salem, Heislerville marinas, Coast Guard say be prepared (via NJ.com) As the weather gets warmer and recreational boaters begin to yearn for the water, the U.S. Coast Guard reminds people to remain safe. By following the Coast Guard's tips, boaters can ensure their safety on the water. In... Read more →

CNBNews South Jersey Business Scene: Bob Evans Unveils a New Summer Menu

Bob Evans Celebrates Seasonal Flavors of the Farm with New Summer Menu New Albany, Ohio (May 22, 2014) - Today, Bob Evans unveiled a new summer menu full of fresh seasonal berries and smokehouse flavors guaranteed to hit the spot for families and friends celebrating summer's great American holidays, vacations and... Read more →

Coastal Carolina University announces Dean's List for Spring 2014

CONWAY 28528, SC (05/23/2014)(readMedia)-- More than 1,600 students have made the Spring 2014 Dean's List for academic achievement at Coastal Carolina University. To qualify for the Dean's List, freshmen must earn a 3.25 grade point average, and upperclassmen must earn a 3.5 grade point average. To qualify for the President's List,... Read more →

Rowan U and Gloucester Catholic Join Forces

Rowan University, Gloucester Catholic form college prep partnership (via NJ.com) Rowan University has partnered with Gloucester Catholic High School to offer free college-prep services aimed at making the transition from high school to college easier. Gloucester Catholic is the first private school to partner with Rowan's new Center… Read more →

Bellmawr's VFW Post 9563 and Post 7410 Party with Veterans Memorial Home Residents

Bellmawr VFW hosts Memorial Day party for New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home residents (via NJ.com) BELLMAWR - For most Americans Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, and is a day for barbecue, beer, food and family. While many may pause to reflect, or even attend a memorial ceremony to... Read more →

Playing Beep Baseball at Campbell's Field

Camden hosts exhibition of beep baseball, allowing blind to play national pastime (via NJ.com) Facebook * Twitter CAMDEN — Close your eyes, and imagine playing a game of baseball — with your eyes closed. Sounds pretty hard, doesn't it? Maybe even impossible? And yet some 50 or so fans at Campbell's... Read more →

New Novel : The Jagged Side of Midnight

Mafia Pursues Horse Racing Champion (via PRWeb) New novel by Patrick DiCicco recounts the adventure of escape. Where racehorse Summer Storm goes, murder follows Los Angeles (PRWEB) May 13, 2014 The notorious criminals are not chasing any jockey who failed to meet their expectations. Nor are they… Related articles Press Release:... Read more →

Krystal Bupp of Bellmawr Named to Dean's List for Academic Achievement at Elmira College

for the Spring 2014 Term: ELMIRA, NY (05/23/2014)(readMedia)-- Krystal Bupp '14 of Bellmawr is currently studying Criminal Justice at Elmira College. Elmira College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college founded in 1855, located in Elmira, New York. The College has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 1,200 full-time students, of which... Read more →

Philadelphia Judge Willis W. Berry Jr., Charged with Theft, Conflict of Interest /cnbnews

press release/May 22, 2014 HARRISBURG - For more than 10 years, former Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Willis W. Berry Jr., 72, 1535 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, allegedly improperly used his judicial office and taxpayer-funded resources to assist his personal property management business on a daily basis. Today, Attorney General Kathleen G.... Read more →

Carmen A. Ferrigno, Sr. of Deptford, Proud Member of Plumbers & Pipefitters UA Local 322

Carmen A. Ferrigno, Sr., age 75, longtime resident of Deptford, died Wednesday, May 21st at home after a long illness. He built a life for his family and a home filled with laughter, love and kindness. An avid reader and golfer, Carmen’s wonderful sense of humor helped make his home a... Read more →

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's Armed Forces Day Message

For the past 65 years, America has taken the opportunity each May to celebrate Armed Forces Day - a day when our nation expresses its deep and abiding gratitude for all those who help protect and defend our country and its people. In the words of President Dwight Eisenhower, "it is... Read more →

Gloucester Twp Memorial Day Ceremony: Nixle

Gloucester Township Mayor David Mayer and Council would like to remind everybody about the Gloucester Township Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 26, 2014. The ceremony begins at 11 am at the Lieutenant Colonel Samuel M. Siler Veterans’ Memorial Park on Chews Landing Road. The yearly Memorial Day Service is held... Read more →

CNBNews South Jersey Business Scene: Pet Valu Opens in Sicklerville

What is everyone woofing about? Pet Valu is opening a new store in Sicklerville, NJ on Saturday, May 31, 2014. And tails are wagging all over the area in anticipation. Pet parents are invited to bring along their animals for refreshments, raffle prizes, and great savings. The festivities begin at 9... Read more →