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FBI National Academy: Training Law Enforcement Partners for 80 Years | CNBNews crime

The first class of police officers at the FBI’s police training school—the National Academy—assembled in July 1935 in Washington, D.C., for the inaugural 12-week session. Eighty years ago today, on July 29, 1935, the FBI opened its training facilities and expertise to law enforcement officers across the U.S., and the National Academy was born. The idea of a national training academy was first raised in late 1934 as part of U.S. Attorney General Homer Cummings’ “war on crime.” FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover then fleshed... Read more →


Why the Media Should Report on Undercover Videos of Planned Parenthood | CNBNewsnet

Genevieve Wood / @genevievewood / July 29, 2015 In the case of the unfolding scandal involving the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, much of the mainstream media have fallen for the old line, “Nothing to see here.” And now we find out perhaps one reason why is that Planned Parenthood has hired a major crisis PR firm to make sure the news media stay on the sidelines of what is clearly a newsworthy story. According to Politico: The group circulated a memo to reporters... Read more →


Sweeney’s pension scheme is great ’cause then he doesn’t need to actually do anything

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This one shouldn’t require much explanation, Save Jerseyans. Not content to rule only New Jersey’s future, gubernatorial aspirant and incumbent Senate President Steve Sweeney is in the news today after floating a “plan” for a trillion dollar, multi-state bailout of our country’s many under-capitalized state-based public pension systems. “We are glad that Senate President Sweeney continues to explore every possible option for helping New Jersey responsibly meet its pension obligations,” chimed in NJEA President Wendell Steinhauer. Every... Read more →


SJ COAST GUARDSMAN AWARDED FOR LEADERSHIP

A crewmember at Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, New Jersey, received the 2015 Douglas A. Munro Inspirational Leadership Award during a ceremony at the Navy League of the United States National Convention held June 19. ATLANTIC CITY NJ--Petty Officer 2nd Class Noel Cordero, a storekeeper in the supply division of Air Station Atlantic City, was recognized for her performance of duty while assigned to the Coast Guard Cutter Alex Haley during 2014. Cordero singlehandedly operated the supply division of her Alaska-based ship as a... Read more →


Middle Township Man Shot by 19-Year-Old Suspect

For Immediate Release – July 30, 2015 | CNBNewsnet Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor and Middle Township Police Chief Chris Leusner announce the arrest of Jamar Lovett 19 year old male, of Middle Township, N.J, for the shooting of a male in the unit block of Swainton Goshen Road, Middle Township, N.J. The victim was subsequently transported to Cape May Regional Hospital where he is listed in stable condition. On July 28, 2015, Middle Township Police... Read more →


Congratulations to Brooklawn American Legion Post 72 Baseball Team, Defending State Champs

Brookers Win 6th Straight Championship! photos/press release provided by American Legion Post 401 MOODY FIELD EWING NJ July 30, 2015 (CNBNewsnet)--The American Legion Baseball state championship games were played after an hour and a half rain delay at Moody Field, Ewing, on July 30, 2015, with Flemington squaring off against defending National Champion Brooklawn. NJ State Commander Mike Babli threw out the first pitch strike. Flemington won the first game, forcing a second for the championship. Brooklawn prevailed 9 to 6 shortly after midnight, earning... Read more →


CNB ARCHIVES 2009: Enjoy the ride. There is no return ticket.

CNBNews Archives posted Saturday, November 14, 2009 Image via Wikipedia George Carlin's Views on Aging Do you realize that the only time in our lives when we like to get old is when we're kids? If you're less than 10 years old, you're so excited about aging that you think in fractions. 'How old are you?' 'I'm four and a half!' You're never thirty-six and a half. You're four and a half, going on five! That's the key. You get into your teens, now they... Read more →


LOVE YOUR MONEY: Billions in loans may save pensions or sink New Jersey

PASSING THE HAT – New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney (right) offers Gov. Chris Christie a gift cap as Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto applauds By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog The U.S. government should rescue troubled state pension plans with billions of dollars in long-term, low-interest loans, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney proposed on Wednesday. The trillion-dollar question is whether it would save pensions or sink states deeper in debt. That’s the amount of underfunding public retirement plans collectively face in the 50... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL: High-resolution 3D images reveal the muscle mitochondrial power grid

press release |July 30, 2015 A new study overturns longstanding scientific ideas regarding how energy is distributed within muscles for powering movement. Scientists are reporting the first clear evidence that muscle cells distribute energy primarily by the rapid conduction of electrical charges through a vast, interconnected network of mitochondria — the cell’s “powerhouse” — in a way that resembles the wire grid that distributes power throughout a city. The study offers an unprecedented, detailed look at the distribution system that rapidly provides energy throughout the... Read more →


Delaware River Keeper: PSEG's Salem Generating Station Kills 3 Billion Fish a Year

CNBNewsnet photo credit PSE&G press release July 27, 2015 Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection denied a request by 13 conservation and fish organizations and over 600 individuals (so far) to extend the time to comment on a draft Clean Water Act Permit issued for the Salem Nuclear Generating Station. The Draft Permit, which took the state nine years to draft and was finalized and released in response to a legal action brought by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Clean Water Action and New... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: More paying Obamacare fines as subsidies go to people who don’t exist

By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org The IRS fined more than 7.5 million Americans who didn’t have health insurance in 2014, even as Obamacare subsidies flowed to people who didn’t even exist. The Treasury Department reported last week the number of Americans who faced fines because of the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate was significantly higher than the Obama administration expected. For 2014, the IRS projected that roughly 6 million would face fines, but the final total was 1.5 million higher. It was the first year... Read more →


Brooklawn Post 72 Wins Another New Jersey American Legion State Title

MOODY PARK EWING NJ July 30, 2015--Brooklawn American Legion won a sixth straight New Jersey American Legion State Title by beating Flemington Legion 9 - 6. Tyler Mondile was the winning pitcher and the tournament MVP. Brooklawn Legion now heads to the MidAtlantic Regionals in Leesburg, Virginia next week. photo credit and caption Bruce Darrow (see more photos) RELATED CATEGORY BROOKLAWN RELATED CATEGORY GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC RELATED CATEGORY SPORTS Related articles Legion: Brooklawn pulls away from Flemington in State Final 8 Legion: Brooklawn, Flemington to meet... Read more →


Driver in multi-state police chase repeatedly harassed N.J. woman, report says

CNBNEWSNET OAKLYN -- The Camden County man who led police on a pursuit that raced between New Jersey and Pennsylvania multiple times allegedly harassed a Gloucester County woman for years, according to NBC10. The victim, who spoke on the condition of anonymity with the television station, is apparently a Washington Township resident and single mother. She claims… Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing New Jersey: The Striped Bass Bonus Program

Bob Gieson (left) with his 55-pound striped bass and Erik Olsen on the party boat Queen Mary in Point Pleasant Striped bass regulations have changed. The Striped Bass Bonus Program (SBBP) closed on May 1, 2015 and will reopen September 1, 2015.Detailed information about new SBBP procedures, including permits and reporting will be provided through various outlets including this webpage as soon as they become available. All current permit holders received notice that the old 2015 permits are no longer valid and will automatically receive... Read more →


COAST GUARD HELPS ENSURE SAFE 90TH ANNUAL PONY SWIM IN CHINCOTEAGUE, VA.

CHINCOTEAGUE, Va. JULY 29, 2015 — Crew members from Coast Guard Station Chincoteague helped enforced the safety zone Wednesday at the 90th Annual Pony Swim between Assateague and Chincoteague islands off Virginia's Eastern Shore. Thousands of spectators gathered for the event both on shore and on the water. The Station Chincoteague crews used the 24-foot Special Purpose Craft-Shallow Water boat for the event. The annual event gained international recognition after Marguerite Henry's children's novel "Misty of Chincoteague" was published in 1947, and the subsequent release... Read more →


SHOP LOCAL FIRST | cnbnews.net

Help Your Community Prosper We Urge You To Shop Local Support the Businesses In Your Community Brought to you as a public service by CNBNews.net Advertisement space donated by CNBNEWS.NET Related articles Nicholas J. Antinone of Runnemede, WW II Army Veteran, Knights of Columbus Member | cnbnews.net Young Lawyers Donate Money and Books to Camden County Library System Edwin E. Lunn, former Runnemede School Board Member, Korean War Navy Veteran | cnbnews.net Gloucester City Residents: Community Garden Openings Are Available | cnbnews.net Only in New... Read more →


GLOUCESTER CITY LITTLE LEAGUE FALL BALL REGISTRATION | CNBNews.net

GLOUCESTER CITY Little League Fall Ball sign-ups are beginning for players from ages 6 to 11 FREE to any player who played this past spring New player's are $20. Contact Jeffrey Gurcik on Facebook (Gloucester City Little League) or come to the Little League meetings on Wednesday nights at the Major League Complex, Nicholson Road and Johnson Blvd. at 8p.m. Read more →


WalletHub: The Health of the Housing Market

With both foreclosures and new quarterly bankruptcy listings reaching their lowest rates since 2006, the leading personal finance website WalletHub checked The Health of the Housing Market in 25 Big Cities. Given such evidence of the U.S. economy’s steady recovery, WalletHub assessed the health of the real-estate markets in 25 of the largest metropolitan areas. We did so by examining 10 key metrics, ranging from the interest rate on a first mortgage to the percentage of households that received state or local assistance on their... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing News: Pennsylvania Game Commission K9 Unit Training-Week 2 (Video)

Three Labrador retrievers have joined the Pennsylvania Game Commission to aid in wildlife detection, article searches and tracking. This video documents their second week of official training. Related articles CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: VETERANS WITH DISABILITIES GOOSE HUNT ANNOUNCED Pennsylvania Reports Record Number of Bald-eagle Nests CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: Antlerless Deer Licenses On Sale July 13 Well: Are Ideals of Canine Beauty Making Our Dogs Fat? Black bear captured in Fairview Township: Police Read more →


Creek Road Bridge over Route 42 to be closed this weekend | CNBNews.net

Separate detours in place for cars and trucks (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the Creek Road Bridge over Route 42 will be closed with a detour this weekend as the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr and Mt. Ephraim, Camden County advances. One half of the new bridge has been constructed and traffic has been shifted onto the new section. The remaining half of the old bridge will now be demolished and construction of the new half will begin. NJDOT's... Read more →


Next Kennedy Health Alliance Walk With a Doc Program Set for August 1st

press release Cherry Hill, NJ – The next Kennedy Health Alliance “JustWalk™” Walk With a Doc walking program will be held on Saturday, August 1st at Washington Lake Park in Washington Township (meet at Fireman Memorial). The walk – which is open to community members of all ages – will begin at 8:30 a.m. and runs until approximately 10 a.m. Enjoy a refreshing and rejuvenating walk with Kennedy Health Alliance (KHA) Family Physician Richard Weiss, D.O., and other KHA healthcare professionals, who will provide support... Read more →


Obituary | Eleanor Mickewicz of Runnemede age 94

Born: June 28, 1921 Died: July 28, 2015 Eleanor Mickewicz went home to be with the Lord on July 28, 2015. She was 94 years old. Beloved wife of the late Bill Mickewicz for 46 years. Devoted mother of Sophie D’Agostino (Robert) and Carole Ann Covert (James). Loving grandmother of Michael and Victoria Egnak and William Covert. Also survived by niece, Irene Abrams, and her family, as well as nephews, Ludwik and Stanley Samselski. Eleanor was born and grew up in Camden, NJ. She attended... Read more →


Obituary: Robert W. Lambert, Sr. age 76 of Westville

On July 23, 2015. Age 76. Of Westville. Born in Camden, NJ, he was the son of the late Frederick R. and Sadie U. (nee Freeman) Lambert. Robert is survived by his wife, Diane Lambert (nee Gardner); sister, Dorothy Sabot; sister-in law, Norma Lambert; nieces, Donna Emma, Sandra Ryan, Linda Jalio; nephews, Frederick Lambert and Francis Sabot. He was predeceased by his son, Robert W. Lambert, Jr. in 2005 and his brother, Frederick Lambert in 2007. Robert retired from the Philadelphia Inquirer in 2006 after... Read more →


West Cape May Boy Scout Master Arrested on Aggravated Sexual Contact, Luring A Child Charges

Cape May Court House, New Jersey – Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor and Captain Robert Sheehan, of the Cape May City Police Department announce the arrest of Frank L. “Sandy” Thompson, a 68 year old male resident of Cape May City. Thompson was arrested for Aggravated Sexual Contact, Luring/Enticing a Child and two (2) counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. At the time of his arrest Thompson was an Assistant Scout Master with a Boy Scout Troop in West Cape May... Read more →


Authorities Investigating Murder in Lindenwold

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Lindenwold Police Chief Thomas Brennan reported a homicide in Lindenwold last night. Lindenwold Police were dispatched at approximately 8:09 p.m. on Wednesday to the Arborwood apartment complex for a report of a person shot. Officers arrived and located the victim, Henry Lugo, 24, of Camden, lying on the ground in front of an apartment building. He had been shot multiple times. Lugo was pronounced dead at the scene at 8:21 p.m. via telemetry by a doctor. The investigation... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: WHAT'S ON THOSE TRAINS?

July 30, 2015 Local Beat is NJ News Commons’ weekly roundup of the best and most topical reporting from local news sites around New Jersey. The Delaware River Keeper Network is providing the opportunity for the public to learn more about all the crude oil that is currently being moved by CSX rail through local townships like Hopewell and Pennington Boroughs. Mary Galioto of MercerMesays the purpose of the August 6 information session is to help prevent spills and increase awareness and preparedness in the... Read more →


Division of Consumer Affairs Imposes $55,000 in Civil Penalties Against Six Towing Companies

press release JULY 29, 2015--As part of an initiative to combat predatory towing in New Jersey, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has reached settlements with six towing companies that allegedly violated the State’s predatory towing law, with the companies collectively agreeing to pay $55,106 in civil penalties, consumer restitution and reimbursement for investigative and legal costs. “Imagine returning to a parking lot and finding your car gone, and being left stranded. Even worse, imagine if warning signs were either not posted or inadequate,... Read more →


Nanny State of the Week: Vague nuisance laws let officials mandate mowing

By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org Citing vague and ill-defined nuisance laws, officials in St. Alban’s Township, Ohio, are trying to make two residents to mow their lawn and destroy two years’ worth of work on a small-scale nature preserve. Sarah Baker and Daryl Watson, according to local news reports, were told by township officials in mid-June they had one month to mow their yard or the township would do it and stick them with the bill. They say that action is a violation of their... Read more →


International Parental Kidnapping Case; 9-Year-Old Boy from Hazleton, Pennsylvania Rescued

International Parental Kidnapping Case Partnerships, Publicity Key to 9-Year-Old’s Rescue 07/29/15 When 9-year-old Billy Hanson didn’t return to Pennsylvania after spending the summer with his father in Seattle, the boy’s mother called her local police department, setting in motion an international kidnapping investigation that led FBI agents halfway around the world to a tiny island in the South Pacific. What would eventually bring the case to a successful conclusion was the extraordinary collaboration between local, federal, and international law enforcement and other agencies. But on... Read more →


REMAINS OF 36 MARINES, INCLUDING MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT, KILLED 70 YEARS AGO IN WWII BATTLE RECOVERED ON REMOTE PACIFIC ISLAND

A US charity has discovered the bodies of 36 American Marines in Kiribati, including a famous Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, at the scene of some of the fiercest fighting in the Pacific during World War II. The Associated Press reported that a ceremony was held this past Sunday in Pearl Harbor to mark their return. History Flight has started identifying the remains, and the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency will complete the effort, the Marines said. The Marines plan to return the remains to their... Read more →


Houston’s debt passes Detroit’s

Creative Commons photo There’s money in Houston, maybe even enough to pay down the city’s pension debts. By Jon Cassidy | Watchdog.org Houston’s debts are now bigger than Detroit’s. According to one key measure of fiscal health, Houston’s situation is nearly as bad as that of Chicago, which is starting to collapse under its debt burdens. The city’s financial reputation took a hit earlier this month when Moody’s Investors Service revised its outlook on Houston to “negative.” Even that review doesn’t capture the depth of... Read more →


Arthur Barclay and Patricia Egan Jones to Run for State Assembly in the 5th District

Press release/July 29,2015/CNBNewsnet (BELLMAWR, NJ) - Tonight 5th Legislative District Democratic leadersnominated Camden City Councilman Arthur Barclay and Camden County Surrogate Patricia Egan Jones to join the ticket led by Senator Nilsa Cruz-Perez in this fall’s elections. Mrs. Jones will replace Assemblyman Angel Fuentes, who resigned from his seat effective July 1, both in office and on the ballot this November. Mr. Barclay will replace Holly Cass, the winner of the Democratic primary, for the second Assembly slot on the ticket. Members of the Camden... Read more →


Indictment Charges Philadelphia Resident With Illegal Reentry | Department of Justice

press release Joel Junior Lantigua-Lora, 28, of Philadelphia, PA, was charged today by Indictment with illegal reentry after deportation, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. The indictment alleges that on or about June 24, 2015, Lantigua-Lora, an alien, and native and citizen of the Dominican Republic, was found in the United States after having been deported from the United States on or about August 23, 2012. If convicted the defendant faces a maximum possible sentence of 20 years. The case was investigated by Immigration... Read more →


WalletHub Study: 2015’s States with the Best & Worst School Systems

In light of back-to-school season and given the strong connection between educational attainment and income potential, the leading personal finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015's States with the Best & Worst School Systems. To find the best school systems, WalletHub compared the quality of education in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia by analyzing 13 key metrics. Our data set includes such metrics as the pupil-teacher ratio, dropout rates, standardized-test scores and bullying incidents rates. States with the Best... Read more →


GTPD Community Bulletin: What Residents Should Know About Solicitors

The Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) would like all residents to be vigilant about reporting solicitors going door-to-door in the township who do not comply with the Municipal Code or appear suspicious. Solicitors are required to possess and carry an identification card issued by the Township. Never hesitate to contact the GTPD if you are suspicious of someone in your neighborhood who is soliciting. Especially, if they are being pushy or aggressive; be sure to call the GTPD non–emergency number 856-228-4500 or if an emergency... Read more →