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November 2015

Geraldo loses job at major broadcaster

Geraldo Rivera (courtesy Fox News) Geraldo Rivera, the longtime broadcaster whose face is seen these days on the Fox News Channel, has just lost his talk-radio show at New York City broadcasting giant WABC. Rivera made the news public on Facebook, where he said officials at Cumulus Media "do not intend to honor the handshake deal… Read more →

CNB Business Scene: Behind the scenes at South Jersey's best-known diner

Nick Fifis is in a quiet back room at Ponzio's Diner in Cherry Hill, dutifully assembling takeout orders one by one. This would not be odd except that Fifis owns the darn place. "The chains are getting better,'' John Fifis, his brother and co-owner, will say later. "I welcome that. It keeps us on our toes.''… Related articles Police arrest pair at Ponzio's Diner in Cherry Hill for fake $100 Grass is always greener? Cherry Hill high schools getting artificial turf Lawsuit over man who died in police custody settled for $400K, report says Tax incentives draw another development to... Read more →

Guest Editorial : The governor's spin on drug treatment in New Jersey

The Star-Ledger concluded in its editorial today that Gov. Christie is spending less on drug treatment and admitting fewer people annually, even in the face of a blossoming addiction crisis and rise in fatal overdoses. According to numbers provided by the state, we are investing less now than we were in 2010: And overall annual admissions… Read more →

Obituary | Jennifer M. Tomasello of Mt. Ephraim

Jennifer M. Tomasello Born: July 27, 1980 Died: November 29, 2015 Jennifer M. Tomasello, on November 29, 2015, of Mt. Ephraim. Age 35. Devoted mother of Aiden James Trudel. Beloved daughter of Karen & Bill Valloreo and Richard Tomasello. Special granddaughter of Mary Chalmers. Cherished sister of Ernie Bosco (Jessica) and Lisa Valloreo. Loving aunt of Clarissa and Kyle. Dear cousin of Jim Tomasello, Linda Santoro, and Karen Staiano. Jennifer was a member of the CrossFit 1 Force in West Deptford and won 3rd place in the Liberty Barbell Classic. She was well loved by many and will be deeply... Read more →


T'was two months before Christmas When all through our land, Not a Christian was praying Nor taking a stand. Why the PC Police had taken away The reason for Christmas - no one could say. The children were told by their schools not to sing About Shepherds and Wise Men and Angels and things. It might hurt people's feelings, the teachers would say December 25th is just a ' Holiday '. Yet the shoppers were ready with cash, cheques and credit Pushing folks down to the floor just to get it! CD's from Madonna, an X BOX, an I-Pod Something... Read more →

New Jersey Observes World AIDS Day 2015

On December 1, 2015 New Jersey will join the World Health Organization in observing World AIDS Day with events to support those living with HIV, to honor those who have died and to encourage those who may be at risk to get tested. Throughout New Jersey, community-based organizations, hospitals and churches will host events featuring HIV testing clinics, patient testimonials, education outreach, entertainment, candlelight prayer services and health fairs. This year's World AIDS Day theme is "Getting to Zero-Getting to Zero New HIV Infections. A list of New Jersey's World AIDS Day commemorations can be found on the Department's website... Read more →

Weekly Philly Events December 1 through December 6

source PlanPhilly Tuesday 12/1 6:00 pm: South Philly Green Drinks hosts their monthly meet-up at Bridget Foy’s. Free. 6:30 pm: PennPraxis and PlanPhilly introduce Praxis Dialogues with a forum on the public good and how it informs and affects the design and use of the public realm. Featuring Brian Abernathy, Beth Miller, David Gould, and Scott Page. Free. 7:30 pm: Developers make their case for a zoning variance for a mixed-use building on the triangle lot at 601 Christian St. in Bella Vista. Read our story about this proposal. Free. Wednesday 12/2 6:00 pm: What’s Next for PlanPhilly? is the... Read more →

CNB ARCHIVES 2011: The Largest Solar Panel in N. America Being Built in Gloucester City

CNB Archives posted Wednesday, June 11, 2011 By William E. Cleary Sr. photo(s) Credit CNBNewsnet (CNBNEWS.NET) GLOUCESTER CITY NEW JERSEY--Construction work has begun at the Gloucester Marine Terminal on the largest rooftop solar power plant (photo above) in North American. Leo Holt, (photo) president of Gloucester Terminals, located at King and Essex Streets in Gloucester City, announced the plans on Tuesday, June 21 at a press conference held on the rooftop of Building 42, a refrigerated warehouse. The massive, 1.1 million-square-foot project, known as Riverside Renewable Energy, LLC, is a privately-funded $42 million venture that calls for the installation of... Read more →

The Real Football Network

NEW YORK, Nov. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Real Football Network is the ultimate destination for individuals who want to better understand what's going on in the world of football, including the weekly football matchups and fantasy football analytics. The Real Football Network challenges its viewers to understand the game on a deeper and more advanced level. The Real Football Network takes a look at some interesting events and topics going on throughout the NFL. The Real Football Network's Pat Kirwan starts off this week's discussion by listing his top 4 picks for teams that he thinks will jump into... Read more →

Gowanus Canal: Cesspool of Dreams

(CNBNEWSNET)-- Near the banks of the Gowns Canal, an exceedingly polluted waterway that wends through brownstone Brooklyn for two miles, you can buy a deer fetus for $230 at the Morbid Anatomy Museum. The bruised little corpse was not fished from the canal, though the bodies of mafiosi used to routinely end up in these murky waters.… Read more →

Nemours Foundation Donates 46 Acres for Alapocas Run State Park

(Photo provided) --Governor Markell receives the deed from Nemours’ Dr. Roy Proujansky for land donated to Alapocas Run State Park. left to right: EPA Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin, DNREC Secretary David Small, Governor Markell, Dr. Roy Proujansky, chief executive of Delaware Valley Operations for the Nemours Foundation, state Senator Gregory F. Lavelle (4th district), and Matthew Chesser, administrator of planning, preservation & development, Delaware State Parks. ALAPOCAS RUN STATE PARK, Wilmington (Nov. 24, 2015) – The Nemours Foundation has donated nearly 46 acres of significant forestland to the DNREC Division of Parks and Recreation’s Alapocas Run State Park,... Read more →

Consumer News: How United became the airline flyers love to hate

Unfriendly skies? NEWARK--Shortly after 11 a.m., United Airline's Flight 71 inbound from Amsterdam settled gracefully on Runway 22L at Newark Liberty International Airport. Within minutes, it was followed by a succession of United arrivals on the same runway from Denver, Miami and Paris. More than seven of 10 planes taking off or landing at Newark Liberty on any… Read more →

Philadelphia To Expand Schuylkill River Trail

Taken in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in April 2006. The Schuylkill River Trail, a multi-use landscape trail built as part of the Schuylkill Banks improvement project, runs along the Schuylkill River. JFK Boulevard bridge, with SEPTA railroad bridge. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) New segment of the Circuit Trails to expand Schuylkill River Trail and connect users to Southwest Philadelphia and historic Bartram’s Garden Philadelphia, November 23, 2015 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter and City officials gathered with members of the community, including school students from Woodland Academy and Richard Allen School, to break ground on the Bartram’s Mile Trail. The future 1.1 mile... Read more →

Pope Francis: The Whole World Is At War

The Sunday after the tragic suicide attack in Lebanon, the Paris attacks and the Russian plane bombing, Pope Francis spoke during Mass at the Casa Santa Maria and declared that “the world is at war.” He said that even though festivities for the holiday season will still take place, they won't feel real to him as… Read more →

Does Prayer Still Work in America ?

It had already been a difficult year, that first year the Pilgrims landed in Cape Cod, but now a drought was jeopardizing their corn crop which in turn could jeopardize their very existence. What would they do? The answer was simple. The people were called to a day of prayer and fasting. The Wampanoag Indians had… Read more →

Philadelphia Firemen Injured in Crash

PHILADELPHIA -- Several firefighters were injured after a fire truck crashed in West Philadelphia on Sunday. The accident happened at about 10 a.m. near the intersection of 55th Street and Baltimore Avenue, just four blocks from the Ladder 13 station. Philadelphia Department Ladder 13 partially overturned, according to NBC, and five firefighters were taken to a… Read more →

Tinton Falls Broker-Dealer Cited for Defrauding Over 170 Investors; Clients Loss Millions

View Bureau Order I View Court filing NEWARK – The New Jersey Bureau of Securities today filed legal action against, and separately revoked the registrations of, two individuals who operate a Tinton Falls broker-dealer who defrauded over 170 investors in a scheme involving investment in a Florida condominium complex called Esplanade at Millennia Condominiums.Bureau Chief Laura H. Posner revoked the registrations held by Anthony J. Cantone and his wife, Christine L. Cantone, following the Bureau’s investigation. Anthony J. Cantone is President and CEO of broker-dealer Cantone Research Inc. (CRI), and was registered by the Bureau as an agent and investment... Read more →

Reliable Sources Say Kyle Flood fired as Rutgers football coach

Kyle Flood has been fired as Rutgers football coach, two people familiar with the decision told NJ Advance Media on Sunday. Flood's ouster comes one day after the Scarlet Knights capped a 4-8 campaign, ending a tumultuous campaign that saw Flood get suspended for three-games for violating a university compliance policy and the arrests of seven… Read more →

Temple routs UConn for school-record 10th regular-season victory

PHILADELPHIA — Temple's players vowed all week that they would treat Saturday's game against Connecticut like any other. There would be no looking at the potential prize, immense as it might be, just the opponent. The Owls kept their vow while earning one of the biggest football wins in school history. For the second straight week,… Related articles Two days after the death of head football coach Gary Mioli, Park Ridge earns emotional win in his honor Tyler Scaife scores 21 to lead Rutgers women over Temple, 67-58 Rutgers starting running back Paul James inured, forced from game in second... Read more →

NJ's Best Diner: Why So Many Greeks Own Diners

Anyone who has spent more than five minutes in a Jersey diner knows most are Greek-owned. But why? Call it a Greek immigrant story, diner version. Many Greeks who came to this country in the 40s and 50s found jobs in restaurants, coffee shops and luncheonettes in New York City; it's what they knew. They started… Read more →

Mary Flinn Parker of Gloucester City, GCHS Alumni, Retired from RCA & Camden Trust

On November 28, 2015. Age 91 (nee Flinn) Of Gloucester City. Loving wife of 42 years to the late James A. Parker, Jr. Devoted mother of Therese Mallon, James (Barb), Patricia (Edward) Herda and Maryann (Daniel) Queen. Cherished grandmother of 9 and predeceased by her granddaughter, Amanda Davis. Beloved great-grandmother of 4. Dear Sister of Joseph (Genevieve) Flinn. Predeceased by her brothers: Raymond (surviving wife Bernadette) Flinn, James Flinn and Francis Flinn. Survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Mary was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School in 1942 and was a lifelong devoted parishioner of Saint Mary’s R.C.... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Police Officer Lloyd Reed, St. Clair Township Police Department, Pennsylvania

ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA (November 29, 2015)--Police Officer Lloyd Reed was shot and killed on Saturday, November 28, 2015 while responding to a domestic disturbance call at a home at 131 Ligonier Street, in New Florence. He was fatally shot by the subject as he arrived at the location. Despite being wounded, Officer Reed was able to return fire and wounded the subject. The man fled the scene but was arrested by members of the Pennsylvania State Police approximately six hours later suffering a gunshot wound in the shoulder. Officer Reed was transported to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center where he... Read more →

An Offsite Tour of Coney Island, Through Time

I’m embarrassed to admit I’ve never been to Coney Island. I spent eight years of my childhood nearby in northern New Jersey, and after even more years on another continent and on this country’s other coast, I moved to New York City two years ago. And yet, I’ve still never paid Coney a proper visit. Not… Read more →

CNB ARCHIVES 2011: Gloucester City Mayor Comments on Camden County-Wide Police Force

CNB Archives Saturday, June 18, 2011 Op Ed: by Gloucester City Mayor William James Recently the idea and efforts towards the creation of a countywide Police Department has become a hot topic for both local and regional media. It has also become a hot topic with State, County and local politicians and office holders. Since the idea became public, several governmental and media resources have voiced their opinions on this endeavor and they predict improved services and savings through its’ implementation. The driving forces, they say, behind these efforts is property tax relief for the citizenry of Camden County and... Read more →

Rehab Center Pays $35,000 to a Deaf Man for not Providing an ALS Interpreter

press release TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Division on Civil Rights announced today that an Essex County rehabilitation center has paid a former patient $35,000 to resolve allegations the man, who is deaf and communicates primarily through American Sign Language (ASL), was unlawfully denied the services of an ASL interpreter during an extended stay at the facility. Thomas Snyder, of Newark, was admitted to the Park Crescent Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in East Orange in March 2014. Throughout his 39-day stay at the facility, Snyder and his sister repeatedly asked for the services of an... Read more →

Consumers News: Will Your Car Wrap Survive the Winter?

NEW YORK, November, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- JMR Graphics is a leading designer and manufacturer of 3M trailer graphics and car wraps. With the harsh winter weather approaching, many owners of wrapped vehicles often wonder if their wrap has the ability to survive the season. If your vehicle wrap is done properly and efficiently, it should not have a problem weathering the cold. However, once your wrap has been completed, you'll need to care for it correctly in order for it to stand up to the most freezing temperatures. Typical maintenance includes a weekly wash, keeping your vehicle sheltered when possible,... Read more →

Notice of Proposed Sale | Diocese of Camden

In the matter of the approval of the sale of the assets of St. Mary’s Catholic Home, Delaware Township, New Jersey, Our Lady’s Residence, Pleasantville, N.J., d/b/a Our Lady’s Multi-Care Center, Inc., and Bishop McCarthy Residence, to Center Management Group, LLC Superior Court of New Jersey Chancery Division General Equity Camden County Docket no. C-120-15 Civil Action Legal Notice Of Proposed Sale Please be advised that St. Mary’s Catholic Home, Bishop McCarthy Residence and Our Lady’s Residence have filed an application with the Superior Court of New Jersey to seek approval of the sale of these facilities (and The Manor... Read more →

PHILLY PD VIDEO: Wayne Food Market Robbers Gain Entry through Ceiling

PRESS RELEASE NOVEMBER 27, 2015 PHILADELPHIA PA--On November 25 2015, at 4:00 am, two unknown males gained entry to Wayne Food Market located at 4352 Wayne Avenue through the ceiling. Once inside the suspects took numerous cartoons of cigarettes and an undetermined amount of money then fled through the ceiling in an unknown direction. To view this video and more, visit The Philadelphia Police YouTube Channel or Read more →

See amazing photos from N.J. teen whose work is displayed at Biden home  

After a long day of sitting in classes, working on her history essay and riding her horse, Ashleigh Scully is understandably in need of some downtime. But, unlike most 13-year-olds, homework and extracurriculars aren't the only activities that fill her days. She's also been racking up travel miles to collect awards for another of her passions… Read more →

CNB Comics:

JEROME by Dave Wolfe

Vol. 2 No. 23 (November 28, 2015) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we will post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe, age 14. Dave has been drawing since he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to be a cartoonist at the age of 8. He’s been distributing his comics in school since 3rd grade. (click image to enlarge) RELATED CATEGORY: Artist Dave Wolf Related articles "The Peanuts Movie" Video Spotlights Charles Schulz's Legacy From Indo-Pak relations to Delhi's dengue crisis: Neelabh Banerjee's digital take on the world affairs A Tribute to Bill Watterson's Perspective on... Read more →

Voorhees Man Dies in Auto Accident Today

Press release VOORHEES TWP. NJ November 28, 2015--At approximately 12:00 am Voorhees Police Units were dispatched to a single motor vehicle crash in the area of White Horse Road & Hamilton Drive. Investigation by police revealed the following: A 2011 Acura, operated by a Voorhees, New Jersey resident, was traveling Eastbound on White Horse Road when it veered off the roadway towards oncoming traffic striking a utility pole and several trees. Voorhees Police were on scene immediately and were subsequently informed by Emergency Medical Personnel that the operator William Bermudez (37) had succumbed to his injuries at Cooper Trauma. A... Read more →

Obituary : Robert C. Knecht, Sr., age 60 of Bellmawr

Born: June 17, 1926 Died: November 26, 2015 Robert C. Knecht, Sr., on November 26, 2015, of Bellmawr for 60 years. Age 89. Beloved husband for 65 years of Barbara (nee O’Malley). Devoted father of Robert C. Knecht, Jr. (Deborah), Michael D. Knecht (Susan), Kathleen J. McCarthy (Timothy), and Steven J. Knecht (Donna). Loving grandfather of 9, great- grandfather of 6, and great-great grandfather of 2. Dear brother of Shirley Cadier and the late William R. Knecht, Jr. and Doris McDonnall. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Robert proudly served in the United States Army and was a member... Read more →

State Police Investigate Crash on Turnpike in South Brunswick

SOUTH BRUNSWICK NJ (November 28, 2015)--The New Jersey State Police are investigating a crash that occurred in the southbound local lanes of the Turnpike in South Brunswick that injured one man early this morning. Based on the preliminary investigation, detectives determined that at 3:00 a.m., Troy Claffee, 48, of Bronx, N.Y., was slowly driving a Honda Odyssey in the right lane at milepost 77.1. Elliot Remi, 32, of Queens, N.Y., was driving a tractor-trailer in the right lane when he struck the Honda from behind. The tractor-trailer jackknifed in the roadway and became fully engulfed. Remi was able to exit... Read more →

CNB ARCHIVES JUNE 2011: High Speed Chase Begins in Woodbury Hts. Ends in Gloucester City

POSTED Tuesday, June 28, 2011 by Bill Cleary Sr. (CNBNEWS.NET) Monday evening around 10 pm there was an incident near Route 676 and Market Street, Gloucester City that involved several police departments. A faithful reader of CNB sent the following Tip via email Monday at 10:30 pm. “Hey Bill! Something big is going on, any word what it is? I was driving down Market, toward Mt Ephraim, the police have it closed off right at the entrance at Route 42 on Market Street. , I tried to go north on Rt. 130 towards Klemm Avenue at the rail road tracks....... Read more →

FBI Alert: Holiday Scams

JACKSONVILLE, FL—Criminals are gearing up for the holiday season with aggressive and creative scams designed to steal consumer’s money and personal information. Florida ranked second in the number of alleged victims who filed complaints with the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint center in 2014, and this year the FBI Jacksonville Division is warning local shoppers to be extra vigilant of the following schemes and red flags. Online Shopping Scams—If a deal looks too good to be true, it probably is. Steer clear of unfamiliar sites offering items at unrealistic discounts or gift cards as an incentive to purchase a product. You... Read more →


xAn interesting look at some amazing animals that saved people’s lives. From dolphins saving a surfer that was attacked by sharks to an elephant protecting a little girl from a tsunami these are some incredible animals. I couldn’t help but be touched by the love and compassion that was shown by Jambo the gorilla towards the injured boy. Sometimes the animals are the ones who need saved so if you’d like to restore your faith in humanity take 4 minutes and watch this compilation of Amazing Animal Rescues filmed around the world. source BIG GEEK DADDY...for the video of the... Read more →

Philadelphia to Hold Internet-Based Real Estate Tax Lien Auction December 16-18

by City of Philadelphia Department of Revenue expects successful repeat of summer pilot program Philadelphia, November 23, 2015 – The City of Philadelphia announced that the Department of Revenue will hold a second internet-based real estate tax lien sale auction, which will run from December 16-18, 2015 and be hosted by Real Auctions, LLC. Following the success of the June pilot, the real estate tax lien sale auction will include approximately 2,500 properties. “The real estate tax lien sale sends a clear message to delinquent property owners that our Administration will seek out money owed to the City of Philadelphia... Read more →

Reports of downed airplane in Delaware River turned out to be sea plane landing

HAMILTON - State and local authorities scrambled to Duck Island Friday afternoon on a report of a airplane that had gone down in the Delaware River. A marine unit from Trenton, Hamilton police and fire crews and several ambulances arrived on the eastern shore of the Delaware shortly before 1 p.m. A boat was launched, ambulances… Read more →

Will longer trucks be coming soon to N.J. highways?

WASHINGTON -- Legislation currently wending its way through Congress could require states to allow longer trucks on their roads and younger drivers behind the wheel on interstate trips. The bills also could further delay new U.S. Transportation Department rules designed to provide more rest for truck drivers. The National Transportation Safety Board in August blamed a… Read more →

Authorities Release the Identities of Two Men who died on Capsized Pontoon Boat; Both from Philly

Related article: Coast Guard Responds to Overturned Vessel MANASQUAN -- The two men who died when their boat capsized off the Manasquan Inlet on Friday afternoon have been identified as Philadelphia residents. One of the victims, Alex Osadchy, 66, was pronounced dead at the scene after rescue teams worked to pull him and six other passengers on a pontoon boat out of the Atlantic… Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Selects October Students of the Month

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Congratulations to Gloucester Catholic’s October 2015 Students of the Month. They are: Junior High — Matthew Hilton Fr. — Taylor Brenza So. — Kyle Murphy Jr. — Mary Kate Heard Sr. — Madison Eller Photo: L to R - Matthew Hilton, Taylor Brenza, Kyle Murphy, Mary Kate Heard, and Madison Eller. source Gloucester Catholic Related articles Gloucester Catholic Junior High Students Honored During Academic Honors Banquet 50 Greatest Boy Band Songs of All Time Delaware middle school, junior high students "sun their engines" in 2015 Junior Solar Sprint Former Roselle PTO president stole thousands, prosecutor says Read more →

Howard T. "Had" Birchmeier, Retired PhillyShip Pipefitter, Collingswood HS Alumnus Class of '54

Suddenly on November 21, 2015, aboard the Atlantic Star, doing what he loved best--fishing. Age 79 years. Had was a 1954 graduate of Collingswood High School where he captained the varsity football and wrestling teams, was a member of the varsity baseball team and also served as class president. He retired as a pipefitter from PhillyShip in 1996. Had received the Brooks Irvine Award and was inducted into the Collingswood High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992. He was a Master Mason and member of Collingswood Cloud Lodge #101. Had also was a member of the International Brotherhood of... Read more →

Trump vindicated? WaPo Fact Checker outed for spin

Donald Trump (Credit: NPR) In a rather bizarre twist on the latest controversy surrounding Donald Trump – the one about his claims of seeing New Jersey Muslims cheer the September 11, 2001, terror attacks on America's soil – the Washington Post's own factchecker on the story was forced to explain his Pinocchio characterization of the presidential… Read more →

YOUR MONEY: NY City Restaurants Receive Grant to Prepared for Impacts of Climate Change

(New York, N.Y. – November 2015) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $69,500 to the New York State Restaurant Association Educational Foundation to help New York City restaurants support sustainable practices and prepare for the impacts of climate change, such as storm surges. “Pollution prevention is some of the most important work being done to protect the environment,” said EPA Regional Administrator Judith A. Enck. “This project will help restaurant owners reduce food waste and reduce the use of pesticides and chemicals, while also conserving energy and water. By taking steps to eliminate waste at the source, New York... Read more →

Authorities File Arson Charges in Deptford Fire; Two Firemen and Three People Injured

DEPTFORD TWP. -- Arson charges have been filed in a Deptford Township fire that injured three people and killed three pets Monday night, according to the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office. The fire at 1151 Lexington Drive tore through the home shortly after 9:30 p.m. Monday, leaving it completely destroyed. A resident of the house and two… Read more →


United States Coast Guard PRESS RELEASE: NOVEMBER 27, 2015 (CNBNewsnet)--For the first 18 years of her life Kaitlin Long moved with her family seven times as they followed her father, John Long, a 30-year-veteran who retired as a Coast Guard master chief. For Coast Guard families, moving around can be strenuous, especially for school-age children. Moving every four years or less can stress the family and the budget, but with the help of the Coast Guard Foundation, some families can receive financial help. “Sometimes it was really tough,” said Kaitlin. “You leave your friends all the time, and you’re always... Read more →

Movie Review - 'CREED'

Sylvester Stallone in Sweden to promote "Rambo III" (Photo credit: Wikipedia) "Sylvester Stallone is phenomenal!" – Patrick King, REEL BRIEF Exhilarating! Sylvester Stallone is phenomenal! The Champ answers the bell with his best on-screen performance since he ran the steps of Philadelphia 39 years ago in the original. Rocky Balboa is still standing–with his big heart, halting speech and tender memories. Stallone's easy demeanor and solid advice… Related articles Boxing: Sylvester Stallone and Sugar Ray Leonard Launch Flyers 2012 draftee Fredric Larsson out of job, facing Rocky-like odds due to injuries, allergies Michael B. Jordan is Bloody & Beaten... Read more →


English: The Manasquan Inlet beach in Manasquan, New Jersey. Français : Leçons de surf à l'aube sur la plage de Manasquan, New Jersey Category: Manasquan, New Jersey Category: Beaches of New Jersey (Photo credit: Wikipedia) MANASQUAN INLET, N.J. (November 28,2015)— The Coast Guard, good Samaritans and local partner agencies responded to an overturned vessel with seven people aboard Friday in Manasquan Inlet. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Station Manasquan Inlet received a call at approximately 1:30 p.m., via marine radio Channel 16 of an overturned pontoon vessel in Manasquan Inlet. A 47-foot Motor Lifeboat crew from Station Manasquan Inlet and an... Read more →

Car Crashes Into Toll Plaza on the Atlantic City Expressway Friday Morning; Driver Killed

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP -- A motorist was killed Friday morning after the victim's car crashed into the toll plaza on the Atlantic City Expressway and burst into flames, authorities said. The incident occurred at 10:30 a.m. in the westbound lanes of the expressway where the driver of a Hyundai Sonata lost control and struck the Egg Harbor… Read more →