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October 2015

Camden County HS Sports: Schedule & links for Saturday, Oct. 31

Staffed coverage Football: Penns Grove at Camden, 12pm | photos coming Football: Sterling at Paulsboro, 12:30pm Boys soccer: Rancocas Valley vs Washington Township at Paul VI, 1pm - SJSCA Tournament Final | PREVIEW | photos... Read more →


PHILLY: JEFFERSON APT. GROUP/ HAVERFORD PROPERTIES TO DEVELOP SPRING GARDEN ST. SITE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Publicly-owned waterfront parcel to be developed according to public-space, public-access and mixed-use principles of the Master Plan for the Central Delaware PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 30, 2015 ) - The Delaware River... Read more →


CNB Pet Tip of the Week: Training Benefit for James Monk

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet James Monk, 38, a forklift driver residing in Gloucester City, was recently struck in the head with a camshaft from a car and suffered a fractured skull, a bleed on the... Read more →


ROCCO CARSILLO PLEADS GUILTY TO AGGRAVATED MANSLAUGHTER IN WEST DEPTFORD

PRESS RELEASE October 29, 2015 WOODBURY NJ--Rocco Carsillo (DOB 7/2/58) pleaded guilty today (10/29) to aggravated manslaughter in the March 2014 stabbing death of 50-year-ol Margaret Ann DePietro, accepting responsibility for the death that he... Read more →


CHOP CAROUSEL BALL RAISED MORE THAN $1.2 MILLION

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's (CHOP) 2015 Carousel Ball raised more than $1.2 million to support The Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care. A signature fundraiser for The Children's... Read more →


Why New Jersey's Notoriously Steep Property Taxes Aren't Going Down Anytime Soon

Click to expand/close Property taxes have been on the rise in New Jersey for years, through Democratic and Republican administrations, with state politicians trying everything from rebate checks to spending caps to fix the situation.... Read more →


Forty Year-Old Gloucester County Cold Case Murder Investigation Continues

WOODBURY NJ--Forty years have passed since 17-year-old Deptford High School student Patrick O’Neill walked into his family’s Almonesson Road farmhouse and his young life ended in what was probably his interruption of a daytime burglary.... Read more →


Mount Ephraim Tax Preparer Charged with Three Counts of Forgery and One Count of Theft

CAMDEN CITY NJ (October 30, 2015)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Mount Ephraim Police Chief Brian Beppel reported a tax preparer is facing charges for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from a client. Marc... Read more →


Your Money: $57.6 MILLION BEACH AND DUNE PROJECT IN CAPE MAY COUNTY COMPLETED

BEACH RENOURISHMENT PROJECT IN NORTHERN OCEAN CITY TO BEGIN TRENTON (October 29, 2015)--- The Department of Environmental Protection and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced the completion of the beach and dune portion of... Read more →


LION member spotlight: CNBNews

By Matt DeRienzo | October, 2015 A question and answer with William E. Cleary Sr., publisher of CNBNewsnet William E. Cleary Sr. 1. When did your site launch, what geography does it cover and why... Read more →


Email Threat Sent To Camden County College Results In The Arrest Of A Female Student 10-28-2015 | Gloucester Township Police Department

On October 28, 2015 at approximately 9:08 AM, the Gloucester Township Police Department received a call from the Camden County College Public Safety Department who advised the Police Department that a threat to the school... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: FEMA Paid $250 Million in Duplicate Benefits After Hurricane Sandy

press release October 29 The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General used innovative data matching tools to determine that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) paid approximately $250 million in disaster assistance to... Read more →