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March 2016

College Baseball Rider University 11, Delaware State University 7

DOVER, DE—The Broncs won a slugfest at Delaware State Wednesday for their second win in a row and fourth in last eight games. “That’s a good thing,” said Rider head coach Barry Davis. “We’ll go into the conference games this weekend feeling a little better about ourselves.” Rider (5-17) banged... Read more →


College Softball Princeton University 7, Rider University 2

LAWRENCEVILLE—The Rider University softball team lost to Mercer County rival Princeton University 7-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Herb and Joan Young Field. The Tigers jumped out to an early 6-1 lead in the first two innings. Sophomore Monica Clark (Bryn Mawr, Pa./Archbishop Carroll) had two of Rider’s five hits in... Read more →


Agnus McGlade Berenato Named Head Women's Basketball Coach at Kennesaw University

KENNESAW, Ga. (March 30, 2016) – Agnus McGlade Berenato, (photo) a 1975 graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School and a former resident of Gloucester City N.J., has been named head Women's Basketball Coach at Kennesaw State Univeristy. Berenato is the winningest coach at the University of Pittsburgh and the second-winningest... Read more →


Obituary | Deborah L. Schad of Bellmawr, age 60

Deborah L. Schad (nee Myers), passed peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family and friends, on March 29, 2016, of Bellmawr, formerly of Philadelphia. Age 60. Beloved wife of Richard. Devoted mother of Kimberly Schad and Brian Schad (Amy Crumley). Loving grandmother of Caitlin and Brian Schad. Dear sister... Read more →


Children with Cushing syndrome may have higher suicide risk

press release NIH study finds that depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts increase after treatment Children with Cushing syndrome may be at higher risk for suicide as well as for depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions long after their disease has been successfully treated, according to a study by researchers... Read more →


GRAND OPENING RECEPTION CELEBRATING CLIQUE:

SOUTH JERSEY ARTISTS BY SOUTH JERSEY PHOTOGRAPHERS AT THE PERKINS CENTER FOR THE ARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 7 • 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M. March 30, 2016 (Burlington, NJ) – The ArtPride New Jersey Foundation and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, in partnership with ArtC will host a... Read more →


Investigation into the deaths of five bald eagles in Sussex County, Delaware Continues

Two eagles found sick and disoriented March 19 near Dagsboro released back into wild after rehabilitation by Tri-State Bird Rescue DAGSBORO (March 29, 2016) – While U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service agents and DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers continue an investigation into the March 19-20 deaths of... Read more →


Addiction, mental health services offered at Gloucester County Fair

GLOUCESTER COUNTY--More than two dozen organizations offering mental health and addiction services will have representatives at the second annual “Gloucester County Wellness & Recovery Resource Fair,” cosponsored by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. The 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. event on Thursday, April 8 will be in the Mark Chamberlain... Read more →


GTPD Arrests Man For Easter Day Dunkin Donuts Robbery

Gloucester Township Police Media Release: On Sunday, March 27, 2016 at 10:06 PM, officers from the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to the Dunkin Donuts, 651 College Drive, for a report of a robbery. A male had entered the store and demanded money from the register while keeping his hand... Read more →


CNB HUNTING/FISHING NEW JERSEY: 2016-17 Migratory Bird Season Information

by Ted Nichols, Principal Biologist Waterfowl Ecology and Management Program March 30, 2016 The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Fish and Wildlife recently finalized the selection of the state's 2016-17 migratory bird hunting season regulations. There are several significant changes from last year including the following: 2016... Read more →


RCGC takes DH from Cape-Atlantic College

Pictured above National Player of the Week - Matt Woods (Eastern HS) Rowan College at Gloucester County extended their win streak to 5 straight and 11 wins in their last 12 games by beating Camden County College (20 - 12) and taking both ends of the DH against Cape-Atlantic (36... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Bigotry and Bombs Mark Easter

March 29, 2016 Bill Donohue | Catholic League Columnist CNBNewsnet On Holy Thursday, an episode of "Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack" on TruTV featured an exchange between two girls about sex. "What does that mean? Do you mean the first time I had vaginal intercourse?" To which it was said,... Read more →


62-Year-Old Suspect Arrested for Starting Forest Fire

press release WINSLOW TOWNSHIP N.J. --(March 30, 2016)On 03/29/2016 members of the NJ Forest Fire Service were conducting surveillance operations in the area of Beebetown Road in Winslow Twp. This operation was being conducted in response to numerous forest fires being deliberately set in that area over the last several... Read more →


Freeholders to Host Electronics Recycling Collection on Saturday

March 31, 2016) - The next drive-through household Electronics Recycling Collection will take place on Saturday, April 2. Drop off your outdated and unused items from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Camden County Public Works Complex, 2311 Egg Harbor Road in Lindenwold. In order to keep Electronics Recycling... Read more →


EPA Initiates Second Review of Hudson River PCB Cleanup; Public Encouraged to Participate

(Albany, NY – March 29, 2016) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has initiated its second review of the cleanup of the Hudson River PCBs Superfund site. The purpose of this review, which is called a five year review and is legally required under the Superfund law every five years after... Read more →


N.J. Sierra Club: Changes in NJ Growing Season Show Climate Consequences

press release Multiple recent studies have shown how climate change has changed New Jersey’s environment and potential for agriculture. A recent study by the Arbor Day Foundation and the USDA, shows how climate change has affected growing seasons across the country. Our state has moved down an entire hardiness zone,... Read more →


WEICHERT FAMILY OF COMPANIES LAUNCHES NEW BRAND FOR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Aureus Property Management to Offer Gold Standard in Property Management MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., March 29, 2016 – The Weichert Family of Companies today announced the launch of its wholly owned property management company, Aureus Property Management. Aureus builds upon Weichert’s more than 30 years of experience and proficiency providing in-house... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Donald Norcross took over $10,000 from TRUMP to fund his campaign!

Friends, Alex Law is a true Bernie Sanders Democrat. His primary opponent, Donald Norcross, shamelessly took over $10,000 from Donald Trump to help fund his campaign. Why would a supposed Democrat do that? I honestly have no idea, but it is clear he is desperate to be allied with billionaires... Read more →


College Softball: TCNJ Sweeps Cabrini College

Ewing, N.J. … The College of New Jersey softball team swept Cabrini College in a doubleheader this afternoon. The Lions took the first game in a 5-4 come from behind victory, and ran away with the second 15-1 in five innings. Sophomore Madison Levine (Oakland, NJ/Madison) delivered a walk-off base... Read more →


Sierra Club Opposes Ending Tailpipe Emission Testing

press release Beginning in May, the Christie Administration New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will no longer be testing tailpipe emissions from automobiles. This will mean that all vehicles will be exempt from air quality inspections. This will effect old cars, pick-up trucks, and SUVs. The Sierra Club is opposed to... Read more →


N.J. Sierra Club: Today is the Last Chance to Comment on DEP's Sparta Mountain Logging Plan 

The comment period on the environmentally destructive plan to log Sparta Mountain closes tomorrow and the New Jersey Sierra club is urging the public to comment. We are opposed to the NJDEP’s Forest Stewardship Plan because it will turn the Mountain into a field for bird habitat and other vaguely... Read more →