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April 2016

College Softball: Rider and Niagara Split Double-Header

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY, N.Y.—When you have your 10th all-time leading hitter at the plate in a tie game with the bases loaded, good things are bound to happen. And sometimes the leadership presence and patience of that senior prevails above all. With the score tied 4-4 in the top of the sixth inning,... Read more →


TCNJ Baseball Sweeps Montclair State

Ewing, NJ … The College of New Jersey registered a sweep in dramatic fashion as a game-tying home run with two outs in the ninth and walk-off single in the 10th lifted them to a 3-2 victory in the nightcap game over Montclair State University. Trailing 2-1 in the bottom of the... Read more →


Willie B. Garris, Jr., age 69, of Maple Shade

On April 22, 2016. Age 69. Beloved nephew of Arnetta Rodgers (late Frederick) and Sylvia Kent. Burial private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Willie B. Garris, Jr. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: 851 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City. Ph:856-456-1142 Read more →


Reva Briggs Rose Levi  

On April 27, 2016. Age 92 Of Glassboro. Formerly of Elmer and Fultonville, NY. Loving wife of the late Wilber Rose and the late Leo Levi. Beloved daughter of the late Edward Briggs and Maude Briggs (nee Cleveland). Cherished mother of Richard Rose, Alan Rose and the late William Lee Rose. Predeceased... Read more →


Patricia R. Mihalik, age 77 of Deptford , Formerly of Blackwood

Patricia R. Mihalik, age 77 of Deptford, formerly of Blackwood passed away on April, 20, 2016. Born in Hyannis, MA she was the daughter of the late Edward and Isaura (Pena) Andersen. A graduate of Beaver (now Arcadia) College, Patricia became a school teacher and taught in the Camden County school district.... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic's Grafton Pitches 7 Strong Innings in 2-1 Victory Over Bishop Eustace

(CNB SPORTS)MILLVILLE N.J. (April 30, 2016)--The Rams bench didn't provide their pitcher Eric Grafton with much support, but he didn't need much. Grafton pitched seven strong innings to carry Gloucester Catholic to a 2-1 win over Bishop Eustace in seven innings on Saturday at Millville High school. Bishop Eustace's lone run of... Read more →


CNB ARCHIVES OCTOBER 2011: Milton Friedman on Socialism vs. Capitalism 1979 Video

An excerpt from The Phil Donahue show (1979) where Milton Friedman talks in short about Capitalism and Socialism and what impact it has on societies. Milton Friedman (July 31, 1912 – November 16, 2006) was an American economist, statistician, academic, and author who taught at the University of Chicago for more than... Read more →


Teen victim’s mother is remembrance speaker

press release WOODBURY NJ April 29, 2016--At Wednesday’s, May 4, 2016, fifth annual Victim’s Remembrance Ceremony, sponsored by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, the mother of a girl who died in a domestic violence incident will speak about progress she has seen in victim’s rights. The ceremony will be held at 4:30... Read more →


VOTERS POLL: Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee

When Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump declared he was the "presumptive nominee" this week, much news coverage challenged him on it. A new survey reveals that GOP voters appear to agree with Mr. Trump: 89 percent now agree that the candidate will win the nomination, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL: Eating Too Much Meat Could Speed Up The Aging Process

The hamburger is a delicious part of the western diet. And it seems no matter how many health risks it's associated with, from cancer to Alzheimer’s disease and heart failure, Americans are unwilling to put their beloved sandwich down: They consume an estimated 14 billion burgers each year, The Huffington Post reported.... Read more →


Business Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma Inducts Local Students

PHILADELPHIA, PA (04/28/2016)-- Over 130 graduate and undergraduate students from Saint Joseph's University's Haub School of Business were inducted into the national business honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma, during the Spring 2016 semester. Jaclyn Cancelliere of Medford (08055) Michael Thompson of Mount Laurel (08054) Brittany Hillmann Ambose of Sewell (08080) John Hueter... Read more →


Saint Joseph's Students Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

PHILADELPHIA, PA (04/29/2016)-- Juniors and seniors from Saint Joseph's University were inducted into the national liberal arts and sciences honor society, Phi Beta Kappa (PBK), during the Spring 2016 semester. "To be elected into PBK is a great honor," says Brian Forster, Ph.D., vice president of Saint Joseph's University's Chapter of PBK.... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: TURKEYS, HUNTERS BENEFIT FROM HABITAT WORK

English: Female Wild Turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) taken near Rideau River, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia) HARRISBURG, PA - With Pennsylvania’s spring gobbler season about to kick off, the state’s turkeys are benefiting –now and in the future – from habitat work performed in partnership with National Wild Turkey Federation. More than... Read more →


CNB BUSINESS: Area Co. Delivers New Serum to Combat Skin Aging from Air-Borne Pollutants

For Immediate Release: News of a first-time skin care serum to help prevent skin damage from airborne pollutants has just been made public by the president of the skin care firm that developed the new serum. Steve Strassler, founder and president of Reviva Labs, Haddonfield, N.J., made the announcement on a Philadelphia... Read more →


Officer shows restraint and arrests suspect with firearm  

(Camden, NJ) – After observing a suspect holding a firearm early Thursday, Camden County Police Department Officer Matthew Greer showed restraint and apprehended the suspect without incident. Just before 1:45 a.m. Thursday, Officer Greer was on directed patrol addressing quality of life issues at a gas station on the 2200 block of... Read more →


This Legislation Will Curb the Power of Unaccountable Bureaucracy

James Gattuso / @Jamesgattuso / April 27, 2016 The Constitution could not be clearer: “All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” However, it seems that someone forgot to tell federal regulators about that. Sen.... Read more →


CNB Pet Tip of the Week: Brother of the Wolf Beginner Obedience Program Starts May 14

by Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY N.J.-- On Saturday, May 14, Brother of the Wolf, LLC will be having its new Beginner Obedience program at 11 AM. There will be four sessions, each with a review of the previous session plus new challenges. Take one class or take them all. No... Read more →


Local Military Veteran Malika Rowland Completes Entrepreneurship Bootcamp

PHILADELPHIA, PA (04/28/2016)-- Malika Rowland (NAVY) of Glendora, New Jersey (08029) was among 19 post 9/11 military veterans who completed the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) this past April at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An entrepreneurial and small business education program founded in 2007 at the Whitman School... Read more →


Business Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma Inducts Local Students

PHILADELPHIA, PA (04/28/2016)-- Over 130 graduate and undergraduate students from Saint Joseph's University's Haub School of Business were inducted into the national business honor society, Beta Gamma Sigma, during the Spring 2016 semester. Jaclyn Cancelliere of Medford (08055) Michael Thompson of Mount Laurel (08054) Brittany Hillmann Ambose of Sewell (08080) John Hueter... Read more →


EPA Fines Kawasaki Rail Car for Improper Storage and Handling of Hazardous Waste

(New York, N.Y. – April 28, 2016) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a legal settlement with Kawasaki Rail Car, Inc. (“Kawasaki”) of Yonkers, New York, resolving its alleged violation of federal hazardous waste law. EPA inspections revealed the company had generated hazardous wastes and had stored these wastes without a... Read more →


Teen drivers crash because of inexperience; PIANJ offers suggestions for teens and parents

Friday, April 29, 2016 TRENTON, NJ – It's spring and many teen drivers are beginning to drive for the first time. According to the National Safety Council, half of all teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating from high school. The more you know, the more you can do... Read more →


CAMDEN MAN SENTENCED TO 41 YEARS IN PRISON IN CONNECTION WITH 2011 HOMICIDE

CAMDEN CITY NJ APRIL 29, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson announced a Camden man received an aggregate sentence of 41 years in prison in connection with a 2011 homicide as well as a home-invasion robbery and sexual assault. John Gonzalez, 20, was convicted by... Read more →


Kennedy Health Hosts ‘Everyday Mindfulness’ Series in May

Voorhees, NJ – In today's fast-paced, often distracting world, mindfulness can help people live their lives with greater awareness and balance. Join us Tuesdays, May 10, 17, 24 and 31 to learn a variety of everyday mindfulness and meditation techniques that can help you address life’s stresses with greater acceptance, patience and... Read more →


STEINERT BLANKED GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC 5-0

(CNBNews Sports) BROOKLAWN N.J. (April 29, 2016)—A game that was billed as one of the must-see events in high school baseball on Friday afternoon fell short of expectations as Steinert’s pitcher Kyle Muller shut down Gloucester Catholic 5-0. Heading into Friday’s contest Muller had 33 strikeouts and the Ram’s Ace, Tyler Mondile,... Read more →


CNB Crime: Gloucester Township School Teacher Charged with Sexual Assault

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ April 29, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle reported a teacher at the Ann Mullen Middle School in Gloucester Township has been charged for sexually assaulting a female student under the age of 13. Chester Ingraham, 65, of Sicklerville, is charged with... Read more →


DELAWARE Fish & Wildlife Police investigating commercial crab boat accident

English: A view of Lewes Beach on the Delaware Bay from Savannah Road. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Captain, crew members rescued from Delaware Bay without injuries PORT MAHON (April 29, 2016) – DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police are investigating an accident in which a commercial crabbing vessel capsized Thursday... Read more →


FOUR PUNKS BEAT UP 43-Year-Old MALE, NEAR TEMPLE U.; CAN YOU ID THEM? (WATCH VIDEO)

PHILADELPHIA PA APRIL 28, 2016--On April, 24, 2016, at 10:42 pm, the complainant, a 43 year-old male, was walking on the 1300 block of Norris Street when four unknown black males approached him and began punching and kicking the complainant multiple times. When a witness (an off duty Temple Officer) chased the... Read more →


LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Coast Guard Training Center Says Thanks to Cape May County Area

To our Friends and Family in Cape May County, Our designation as a Coast Guard Community is the result of the commitment and respect we have for one another, and the acknowledgment that together we all strive to make Cape May County the best place to live, work and visit. Our combined... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: CHRISTIE TEACHES POLITENESS TO MOTOR VEHICLES EMPLOYEES

Now that Gov. Christie's main job in big-tent politics is to stand demurely behind Donald Trump, he has to work harder to seize the opportunity for outrage. So when a woman called the monthly "Ask the Governor" show to complain about shoddy treatment at the Plainfield Motor Vehicle Commission office, the governor... Read more →


CNB CRIME: INVESTIGATORS SEEK PUBLIC’S HELP WITH WILLINGBORO HOMICIDE

April 29, 2016 MOUNT HOLLY, NJ - Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Willingboro Township Public Safety Director Gregory Rucker today asked any members of the public who have information about a fatal shooting on Woodhaven Lane in Willingboro earlier this month to contact investigators as they continue to search for... Read more →


TIPS TO HELP REDUCE ENCOUNTERS WITH BLACK BEARS DURING ACTIVE SPRING PERIOD

English: Black bears can be seen roaming around at Woburn Safari Park. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) DEP'S DIVISION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE (16/P28) TRENTON - With black bears emerging from winter dens and entering a very active period of the year in search of food and mates, the Department of Environmental Protection's Division... Read more →


CNB Business News: Tony Roni’s Neighborhood Kitchen Opens Ninth Location

Hamilton,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) April 28, 2016 Tony Roni’s, the neighborhood kitchen serving families and companies throughout Greater Philadelphia, is very excited to expand into New Jersey with the opening of its ninth location at The Shoppes at AMC on 199 Sloan Avenue in Hamilton Township. The newest location will follow the... Read more →


Genovese Crime Family Members Arrested for Loansharking, Check Cashing, Gambling

press release April 27, 2016 TRENTON – Acting Attorney General Robert Lougy announced that 10 alleged members and associates of the New York-based Genovese organized crime family were indicted today on charges including first-degree racketeering for allegedly reaping millions of dollars in New Jersey through illegal loansharking, unlicensed check cashing, gambling and... Read more →


Delaware Fish & Wildlife Seeking Photos of Anglers for Annual Photo Contest

Entries being accepted through Oct. 31 DOVER (April 28, 2016) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife invites anglers and photography enthusiasts to enter the 2016 Delaware Fishing Photo Contest. The winning photo will be featured either on the cover or in the 2017 Delaware Fishing Guide to be published early next... Read more →