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November 2015

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... 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... 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;... 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... 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... Read more →


Moorestown PD Investigating Attempted Burglary on Worthington Dr. and Burglary on Fellswood Dr

MOORESTOWN NJ November 29, 2015 (CNBNewsnet)--Moorestown Police are investigating and attempted burglary and a burglary/theft that occurred this weekend, Police responded to a burglar alarm activation at a reside nce in the 700 block of Worthington Dr. on 11/27/15 at 7:40 pm. They arrived to find that a window had... 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... 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... 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... 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... Read more →


Kunming Shines At 89th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Kunming, Yunnan, China (Photo credit: Wikipedia) NEW YORK, Nov. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kunming, China was under the spotlight on Thanksgiving, November 26, 2015 in the United States as Macy's Thanksgiving Parade presented for the first time, the spectacular scenery of Kunming and the richness of Chinese ethnic culture. Kunming,... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Two-Week Deer Season Runs November 28 to December 12

source press release The two-week firearm deer season opened today, Nov. 28 and runs through Dec. 12. Hunters who possess a valid Maryland hunting license or are exempt from license requirements may use firearms to harvest sika and white-tailed deer during this season. “The two-week firearm season is our most... 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,... 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... Read more →