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January 2016

Only in New Jersey: Angry Cuban Exiles Upset About 8 Legislators Taking Unauthorized Cuba Trip

TRENTON -- Angry Cuban exiles in New Jersey are demanding Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto condemn a trip eight state lawmakers quietly made to Cuba this week, an action they say legitimizes that government's oppressive regime. Woodcliff Lake Mayor Carlos Rendo said Friday that American tourism "props up a murderous regime... Read more →


HELP WANTED: Caesars, Harrah's, Bally's Casinos Plan to Hire 365 Workers | CNBNewsnet

ATLANTIC CITY -- Three hotel-casinos in Atlantic City are looking for hundreds of new employees. Caesars, Harrah's and Bally's plan to hire about 365 workers, according to a report on PressofAtlanticCity.com. Caesars Entertainment is looking to fill positions ranging from housekeepers to management. Roughly 150 of the jobs are full-time,... Read more →


N.D.Teamsters decry potential pension cuts; Stock Market, & to Many Retired Members are to Blame

Teamsters from North Dakota traveled to Minneapolis on Monday to voice concerns about a potential 50 percent cut to their pension plans. On Sept. 25, the Central States Pension Fund, which benefits a number of Teamsters in North Dakota as well as other states, filed an application with the U.S.... Read more →


YOUR HELP IS NEEDED: Voorhees animal shelter held together 'with duct tape'

VOORHEES TOWNSHIP -- The roof leaks. Repairs are addressed with duct tape. The director's office is a backyard shed that its occupant, Dawn Mason, makes work, somehow. The dedicated staff of the Voorhees Animal Orphanage have dealt with the no-kill shelter's less-than-stellar conditions for years, but have high hopes for... Read more →


Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph Devine Named a Top CEO

Voorhees, NJ -- Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph W. Devine, FACHE, has been named one of the South Jersey/Philadelphia region’s Top CEOs by South Jersey Biz Magazine. He is featured on the magazine’s January 2016 cover, along with several other top CEOs and CFOs selected for the honor. This... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: Why you should save less for retirement, and spend your money now (seriously)

Canada, like the rest of the developed world, has fallen into an economic funk. The Trudeau government has pledged to revive the economy by making significant investments in infrastructure, but while this may be useful medicine, it entails significant deficit spending, which can spawn problems of its own down the... Read more →


Two Camden City Men Arrested in 2013 Camden Homicide

CAMDEN CITY N.J. JANUARY 29, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson announced two Camden men have been apprehended in connection with a 2013 city homicide. Marcus Williams, 25, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 29-year-old Rasheef Wise of Camden. His... Read more →


Atco Man Sentenced to 98 Years in Prison for String of Home Invasion Robberies

CAMDEN CITY N.J. JANUARY 29, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo announced an Atco man was sentenced today to 98 years in state prison in connection with a string of 2011 home invasion robberies that targeted small business owners across the county. Keith V. Cuff Jr., 29, will be required... Read more →


DoD Identifies Army Casualty: Sgt. Joseph F.Stifter, American Hero

The Department of Defense announce today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. Sgt. Joseph F. Stifter, 30, of Glendale, California, died Jan. 28, at Al Asad Airbase, Al Anbar Province, Iraq, from wounds suffered when his armored HMMWV was involved in a roll-over accident. The... Read more →


CBP Officers, Canine Find Marijuana in Gas Tank

LUKEVILLE ARIZONA (January 29, 2016)— U.S. Customs and Border Protection Field Operations officers seized 74 pounds of marijuana on Thursday, worth an estimated $37,000, hidden in the fuel tank of a vehicle attempting to enter the United States through Arizona’s Port of Lukeville. After CBP officers selected a Chevrolet truck... Read more →


DoD Identifies Navy Civilian Casualty : Biane D. Bussell, age 60, of Virginia

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a U.S. Navy civilian who was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. Blane D. Bussell, 60, of Virginia, died Jan. 26 in Manama, Bahrain, of non-combat related causes. He was assigned to Forward Deployed Regional Maintenance Center Detachment Bahrain at Naval Support Activity... Read more →


CNB Spotlight: Haddon Heights High School Senior Stephen DiRenzo Selected to SEAP

HADDON HEIGHTS N.J.--Stephen DiRenzo, a senior at Haddon Heights High School has been selected as an apprentice for the 2016 Office of Naval Research (ONR) Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP). The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department... Read more →


Mario T.Chiodi, of Gloucester City, Served in the U.S. Army Air Force

Mario T. Chiodi On January 29, 2016. Age 86. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 46 years to the late Jane M. (nee Laute). Loving father of Mario Ron (Edna), John (Kathy), Randy (Peggy) and Donna Chiodi. Cherished grandfather of Jason, Ryan, Desmond, Brian and Katie Chiodi and 4 great... Read more →


Philadelphia Auto Show Album | CNBNewsnet

UPDATED photo credit Amanda Stevenson Lupke PHILADELPHIA PA (January 29, 2016)(CNBNewsnet)--The album includes some random shots of some of the many vehicles on display at the Philadelphia Auto Show held at the Convention Center. The 2016 Philadelphia Auto Show, produced and owned by the Automobile Dealers Association of Greater Philadelphia,... Read more →


HS Boys Basketball: Gloucester City High School (71) Gloucester County Tech (50) | CNBNewsnet

photo credit (Bruce Darrow) GLOUCESTER COUNTY TECH (January 30, 2016)--Gloucester High's Vincent DiGiacomo, with ball in game against Gloucester County Tech...below Gloucester High's Chris Rodriguez...final score GHS 71 Gloucester Co Tech 50 Photos below are from recent Gloucester City Basketball League game, Gaetano's v. GC News. Without parents permission we... Read more →


Former Deptford Police Officer James A. Stuart Sentenced to 30 Years

WOODBURY N.J.--(January 29, 2016)--Former Deptford police officer James A. Stuart was sentenced today to 30 years in New Jersey state prison for his conviction in the 1/5/13 fatal shooting of a friend. The sentence imposed by Superior Court Judge Robert P. Becker for murder and aggravated manslaughter is to be... Read more →


Pet Tip of the Week: Cold Weather Walking (cnbnews.net)

By Dawn Watson (cnbnews.net) Your dog needs exercise. True, it’s difficult to think about walking him or her when the weather outside is frightful. However, unless you are lucky enough to have a large, fenced in yard, your best bet is still a walk around the block, twice a day.... Read more →


Join The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail For The 11th Annual Tour de Tanks Event

Corn Field and a distant Christmas Tree Farm in the countryside of York County, PA as viewed from York County Heritage Rail Trail County Park. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) This year’s lineup features 17 family-owned winery and distillery locations YORK, PA – Sip, savor and explore over three weekends at the... Read more →