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January 2015

William Clark III Charged with Murder of Audubon Man

AUDUBON NEW JERSEY (January 31,2015)-- Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Audubon Police Chief Thomas Tassi reported an Audubon man has been charged for fatally shooting another man in the borough Saturday. William A. Clark III, M/50, is charged with first-degree Murder for the death of Steven Johnston, M/51, of... Read more →

61-Year-Old Atlantic City Man Found Dead

PLEASANTVILLE (January 31,2015)-– A 61-year-old Atlantic City man was found dead in his home early this morning, Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced. The Atlantic City Police Department responded at approximately shortly after midnight, today, January 31, 2015, to a residence on North Bellevue Avenue, Atlantic City. Upon arrival, police found... Read more →


EWING, NJ (01/29/2015)(readMedia)-- Local students have earned the esteemed honor of placement on the Dean's List at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) for the fall 2014 semester. Holly Horner of Eastampton, NJ Bailey Crisci of Moorestown, NJ Alexa Lesinski of Delran, NJ Danielle McDermott of Sewell, NJ Erica Heaney of... Read more →

LETTERS TO THE ED: Emphasis Must be Placed on Preventing Opiate Addiction in the 1st Place

We are pleased to see Governor Christie expand on the growing problem of opiate addiction in his recent State of the State Address. The attention the Governor is focusing on this issue and his proposals for improving treatment and making it more accessible are important steps forward. We also applaud the... Read more →

Authorities Investigating Murder in Audubon

AUDUBON NEW JERSEY (January 31,2015)-- Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Audubon Police Chief Thomas Tassi reported a homicide in the borough Saturday. Police were called around 2:55 a.m. to a residence on the 400 block of the South White Horse Pike in Audubon for a report of a man... Read more →

Watchdog.org reporters amplify school choice

by Andrew Collins Few choices that parents make about their children are as important as where they will be educated. Important, that is, if they are actually permitted to choose. Looking at the polling data, school choice programs should be sweeping the nation. Simply put, school choice is the idea that... Read more →

University of New Hampshire's Dean's List for the Fall Semester of the 2014-2015 Academic Year

DURHAM, NH (01/30/2015)(readMedia)-- The following students have been named to the Dean's List at the University of New Hampshire for the fall semester of the 2014-2015 academic year. Shane Egan of Wall earned High Honors Kelly Mitchell of Wall earned High Honors Molly McGovern of Haddonfield earned Honors Lauren Winter of... Read more →


After three months of designing and modeling, a panel of judges from NASA, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Foundation (ASME) and Made In Space Inc. in California have selected the winners of the Future Engineers 3-D Printing in Space Tool Challenge. The winner from the Teen Group (ages 13-19) is... Read more →


CAMDEN, N.J.--Jan. 30, 2015-- Campbell Soup Company(NYSE: CPB)today announced plans to implement a new enterprise structure that will align the organization of the company's business operations with its core growth strategies. Under the new design, Campbell’s businesses will be organized and managed in three divisions structured principally by product categories rather... Read more →

How Much Marijuana Does It Take To Kill You?

A 23-year-old New Jersey woman was recently arrested for both possession of a controlled dangerous substance and destruction of evidence after police claimed she swallowed “several bags of raw marijuana.” She is by far not the first individual to try and get out of a drug charge by swallowing the evidence,... Read more →

Hilda Good, of Camden City, age 81 |cnbnews.net

On January 21, 2015. Age 81. Of Camden. (nee Troell). Survived by her children, John J. Brasdis (wife Michelle Las Cascada), Sallie A. Mattie and Samuel A. Brasdis (wife Patricia A. Brown Brasdis); her grandchildren Arlene, Albert, Paul, Mark and Samantha and her great grandson Samuel and her sister Gail; Predeceased... Read more →

PIANJ urges fire safety in cold weather season

Trenton, NJ – The Professional Insurance Agents of New Jersey reminds homeowners and renters that with the cold temperatures, comes fire dangers. The trade association urges the public to take the time to review fire safety tips with their families so they will be prepared in the event of a fire... Read more →

CNB Pet Tip of the Week: When Enough is Enough

by Dawn Watson cnbnews.net GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 31, 2015)--You’ve rescued a dog from a shelter and invested in a harness, leash, and identification collar. You’ve taken him to the vet for all his shots and he’s already neutered. But his behavior is becoming increasingly more disturbing as time progresses. A... Read more →

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New Most Wanted Terrorist | cnbnews.net

source FBI Liban Haji Mohamed, a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Somalia, has been named to the FBI’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists, and a reward of up to $50,000 is being offered for information leading to his arrest and conviction. Mohamed is charged with providing material support and resources to... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: How to Put Parents Back in Control of Their Child’s Education

By Senator Mike Lee/ Republican senator from Utah The Daily Signal A good primary and secondary education is the cornerstone of the American Dream: it prepares us for economic and personal success and facilitates our pursuit of happiness. But too often the history of America’s public school system has been a... Read more →

DNREC Fish & Wildlife

Enforcement Blotter: Jan. 19-25

NEWS FROM THE DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL Reminder for the week: Winter’s a good time to take a boating safety course, prepare for season DOVER (Jan. 30, 2015) – To achieve public compliance through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and... Read more →

South Jersey Students Make Dean's List at Mount St. Mary's University

EMMITSBURG, MD (01/29/2015)(readMedia)-- Mount St. Mary's University is pleased to announce 556 students who earned dean's list honors for the fall 2014 semester. They Include: Gina Bossi of Haddontownship, NJ the daughter of Ms. Elisa Bailey Victoria Cocozza of Cinnaminson, NJ the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Louis Cocozza Alexandria Donahue... Read more →

Gloucester City PD Execute Search Warrant...Cocaine, Cash and Vehicle Seized

Crime Report: January 30, 2015 1/22/2015 6:43 pmThe Patrol Division and Detective Bureau executed a search warrant on a vehicle and a residence in the 300 block of Ridgeway Street culminating an investigation into the distribution of cocaine. As a result, a quantity of cocaine, cash, and a vehicle were seized.... Read more →

New 35 Mph Speed Limit Takes Effect On Somerdale Road

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP (January 29, 205)--The Gloucester Township Police Department and the Camden County Board of Freeholders partnered together to lower the speed limit on Somerdale Road from 40 mph to 35 mph. The new 35 mph speed limit signs are being installed on Thursday January 29th and take effect immediately. Variable... Read more →


CAMDEN NJ (JANUARY 29, 2015)-- Camden County Police Sgt. Angel Nieves recognized a wanted fugitive while on patrol Tuesday and chased down the suspect who was caught hiding under a truck. Just after 2:15 p.m., Sgt. Nieves was on directed patrol addressing quality of life issues in the area of Mount... Read more →

Who will win the big game?

by Steve Donohue “Green” up for the big game! Sadly, my beloved Philadelphia Eagles will not be in the big game this year – again! But we can all be winners by conserving resources and saving money on game day and every other day. Last year 111.5 million viewers watched the... Read more →

NJ News Commons: The Internet Mocks Christie's PAC Acronym

January 30, 2015 LMFAO: THE INTERNET MOCKS CHRISTIE'S PAC ACRONYM Several twitter users realized that when you combine Leadership Matters For America, the name of Governor Christie's new PAC, with its web domain suffix (.org), you get the acronym LMFAO. Later, a group with ties to Hillary Clinton photoshopped the governor's... Read more →

CNB HUNTING/FISHING Maryland NEWS: Preliminary Winter Turkey Season Results Released

January 28, 2015 Strutting by Lori R. Bramble Hunters reported taking 108 wild turkeys during Maryland’s inaugural winter turkey season that was open January 22-24 statewide. This season was established to provide hunters additional turkey hunting opportunities while minimizing conflicts with other hunting seasons. Turkeys were taken in 21 of the... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Pride on Display During Maroon & Gold Exposition on January 31

By gostrum / 19 January 2015 / Join us in a celebration of Gloucester Catholic pride as Gloucester Catholic will sponsor a Maroon & Gold Exposition on Saturday, January 31, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. in which Ram students will display their talents in the arts, theatre and athletics. Come... Read more →

HSI seeks public tips to help locate 10 human trafficking fugitives

WASHINGTON —U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) released the names and photographs of 10 fugitives wanted for human trafficking crimes, in the hope that tips from the public could lead to the identification and arrest of these individuals. “The Department of Homeland Security and ICE take the... Read more →


IRVING, Texas, Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FleetPride, Inc., the nation's largest independent distributor of aftermarket heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, announced today that it has acquired the assets of six locations owned by Pardo's Truck Service Parts Warehouse, Inc. in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland markets. Pardo's will retain... Read more →

Riversharks Sign First Three Players for 2015 Season

Clark, Click Return to Riversharks; Costanzo Brings Veteran Infield Presence CAMDEN, N.J.: The Camden Riversharks have signed right-handed pitchers Zach Clark and Michael Click and infielder Mike Costanzo to contracts for the 2015 season, the team announced today. Clark and Click are returning members of the 2014 squad while Costanzo previously... Read more →

Philly Happenings

Dilworth Park offers a place to sit and enjoy urban life on the west side of City Hall. Open 7 days a week, 6am-1am. Broad and Market Streets | DilworthPark.org | Facebook Park Features Rosa Blanca Café, M-Th: 7am-8pm; F: 7am-10pm; Sa: 11am-10pm; Su: 11am-7pm CCDParks.org/dilworth-park/cafe Rothman Institute Ice Rink, M-Th:... Read more →


CAMDEN, N.J.--Jan. 22, 2015-- Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) has been named to the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World list by Corporate Knights, a media, research and financial products company for the third year in a row. Campbell is one of 20 U.S. companies, and one of two U.S.... Read more →

Distributor For Atlantic City 'Dirty Block' Gang Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison

CAMDEN, N.J. - An Atlantic City, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for engaging in a conspiracy to distribute heroin with Mykal Derry, a leader of the “Dirty Block” criminal street gang that allegedly used threats, intimidation and violence to maintain control of the illegal drug... Read more →

COMMENTARY: Bishop Sullivan's message, "The unique fingerprints of the unborn"

by Bishop Dennis Sullivan Bishop of the Camden Diocese There is a large attractive billboard located on Route 130 South at the Brooklawn Circle. It looms over the road. Its colorful graphics are eye catching and its message riveting. It certainly did that for me and for my two companions as... Read more →


English: Hunting camp on Schoodic Lake, Maine; from a c. 1905 postcard published by the Hugh C. Leighton Company, Portland, Maine. (Bangor & Aroostook Railroad series) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) RELEASED JANUARY 27, 2015 NO MINIMUM AGE PLACED ON MENTORED YOUTH HUNTERS All could continue to hunt deer and turkey, but only... Read more →

Elizabeth Ann Keenan, age 72, of Gloucester City

On January 28, 2015. Age 72. Of Gloucester City. (nee Freidel) Cherished daughter of the late George and Margaret Freidel. Survived by her loving children, Charles P. Keenan (Audrey), Janice Keenan (Richard Sr.) and Stephanie Hevey (Jerry) and their father Charles M. Keenan. Cherished grandmother of Richard Seiverd, Jr., Charmaine Seiverd,... Read more →

Marion “Peg” E. Clayton age 81, of Gloucester City

On January 27, 2015. Age 81. Of Gloucester City. (nee Helms) Daughter of the late Ira and Laura Helms. Survived by her sons Harry, Thomas and Jay Clayton; 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her 3 siblings. Funeral services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com... Read more →

Obituary: Stella M. Giglio (nee Michalski), of Bellmawr age 84

Stella M. Giglio (nee Michalski), on January 28, 2015, of Bellmawr. Age 84. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. Beloved wife of the late Joseph T. Giglio. Devoted mother of Joseph M. Giglio (Sally), Deborah Rosen (Rodney), Anthony C. Giglio (Anne), and Christina Cribbin (Dave). Loving grandmom of Christopher, Heidi, Kristy,... Read more →

NJ News Commons: Weekly Roundup

January 29, 2015 Local Beat is NJ News Commons’ weekly roundup of the best and most topical reporting from local news sites around New Jersey. CHERRY HILL STING SHINES LOCAL LIGHT ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING Cherry Hill officials are wrapping up their second human trafficking case in two years, reports Matt Skoufalos... Read more →

Tenants Displaced in Massive N.J. Fire Sue Developer

By CHRIS FRY DISPLAYED HERE WITH PERMISSION http://www.courthousenews.com HACKENSACK, N.J. (CN) - Tenants displaced from last week's massive residential apartment fire along the Hudson River in Edgewater, N.J., claim in court that the lack of sprinklers in attics of their complex and use of lightweight wood construction "may have accelerated the... Read more →

Nifty Fifty’s Accountant Pleads Guilty in Tax Fraud Scheme

William J. Frio, 58, of Springfield Township, pleaded guilty today to his role in a tax evasion scheme involving the Nifty Fifty’s restaurant chain. Frio pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit tax evasion. Frio is the sixth defendant to plead guilty in the long-running scheme to avoid paying millions of dollars... Read more →

Civil Rights Pioneer CJ Walker to be Portrayed at South County Library

African American History VOOREES, NJ – January 28, 2015 – The South County Branch of the Camden County Library System will host a live performance, Madame CJ Walker: “Self Made Woman”, presented by the American Historical Theatre, Wednesday, Feb. 11, 6:30 p.m. Walker was a 19th Century entrepreneur and an early... Read more →

CNB ARCHIVES: City Preparing for Layoffs; PBA Local 40 Wins; Paff Files OPRA for City Records

Sunday, March 08, 2009 TIPS AND SNIPPETS BY William E. Cleary Sr. A source told me recently that Mayor and Council have requested all departments to put together a list of names of three people with the less seniority. The list is being formulated in case it is necessary to make... Read more →

CIA Officials Convicted of Disclosing National Defense Information

A former CIA officer was convicted today by a federal jury in Alexandria, Virginia, of illegally disclosing national defense information and obstructing justice. Attorney General Eric Holder, FBI Director James B. Comey, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente of the... Read more →

A RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS : The Story of a Boy Called Super Landon | cnbnews.net

Trooper Andrew Silipino and Landon Sheppard (photo provided by NJ State Police) SOURCE NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE It started with a random act of kindness. For Trooper Andrew Silipino, it was the least he could do. A friend asked him if he would visit her grandson. She explained that he loves... Read more →


SANDY-RAVAGED BOARDWALK ALLOWS FOR BEACH WHEEL-CHAIR AND FISHING ACCESS (15/P11) TRENTON - Fisherman's Walkway, a popular and functional surf fishing access point at Island Beach State Park that was completely destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, has been fully restored and is now reopened, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today.... Read more →

Gordons Pond Winter Hike at Cape Henlopen State Park

LEWES (Jan. 28, 2015) – The public is invited to Cape Henlopen State Park to experience its newest trail. Park naturalists will host a winter hike along the Gordons Pond Trail on Saturday, Jan. 31 at 11 a.m. Visitors will explore the coastal habitat and look for winter birds and other... Read more →

Human Trafficking Ring Dismantled

Case Highlights FBI’s Commitment to Anti-Trafficking Efforts 01/27/15 The young Ukrainian men and women—many of them out of work and with few prospects—were promised good-paying jobs in the United States. But instead of living the American dream, they were thrust into a nightmare of violence, threats, and forced servitude. For years,... Read more →

CNB BUSINESS NEWS: NEST INTERNATIONAL by Smartceo.com as a Future 50 company

Gloucester City, NJ--Smartceo.com has announced the 2015 recipients of the Future 50 Bob Almond, CEO of NEST International Award for the Philadelphia Region. Bob Almond, CEO of NEST International, was named to this exclusive list. Started in 2011, this award recognizes CEOs and companies truly making an economic and cultural impact... Read more →

Miss America 2015 Kicks Hunger with the Taste of the NFL

This weekend Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev heads to Phoenix to attend various events on behalf of the Taste of NFL, a non-profit organization dedicated to kicking hunger in America. Kira kicks off her support Thursday with a stop at the NFL Media Center to talk with various media outlets. During... Read more →