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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, senior Dana Sensi(Allentown) worked a one-out, bases loaded walk, her second bases loaded walk of the game, to give the Rider University softball team a 5-4, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win at Niagara University on Saturday afternoon and a conference doubleheader split. The Purple Eagles used the mercy... 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 ninth, senior Garen Turner (Hainesport, NJ/Rancocas Valley) launched two-out, solo home run to tie the game at 2. Classmate Patrick Roberts (Hillsborough, NJ/Hillsborough) then ended the game with a base hit to right in the 10th to drive in senior John Rizzi (Long Hill, NJ/Watchung Hills) to set... 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 by her sister, Mildred Briggs Lewis, Ethel Briggs and brother, Harold Briggs. Devoted grandmother of 9 and many great-grandchildren. Survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. Reva was a devout Christian who attended many different denomination churches. Cremation and Inurnment in Evergreen Cemetery, Fonda, New York with her... 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. She is survived by her brothers, Robert and Frederick Andersen. Graveside Service and Catholic Committal Prayers celebrating her life on Saturday, May 7th @ 11:00 am in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Patricia R. Mihalik. Funeral Arrangements and... 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 the ballgame came in the first inning on a groundout by John Piacentino. The Rams answered Bishop Eustace's top inning with one run of their own in the first. The Rams scored on an RBI single by Lillo Paxia. The Rams never trailed after scoring one run in... 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 three decades. He was a recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. Friedman was an economic advisor to conservative President Ronald Reagan. A major source of objection to a free economy is precisely that group thinks they ought to want. Underlying most arguments against the free... 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 p.m. at the Gloucester County Criminal Justice Complex, Hunter and Euclid Streets, Woodbury. The location is near a garden created in 2012 in front of the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office. Arranged among the plantings are river stones bearing the hand-painted names of victims of violence dating back to... 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 Friday. The number of… 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. Could new research from… 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 of Haddon Heights (08035) Mary Jo Nailor of Mantua (08051) Catherine Walker of Haddon Township (08108) Reynaldo Santos of Cherry Hill (08002) Huy Tran of West Deptford (08096) Charles Grimley of Cherry Hill (08002) Michael Mastrangelo of Sewell (08080) Francis Ryan of Sewell (08080) John Thompson of Glassboro... 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. "Less than 10% of students at a university that has a PBK chapter are invited to become members. Students that are selected truly embody the motto of PBK - they have demonstrated their love of learning." Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) is the oldest and most prestigious undergraduate liberal... 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 70 habitat-enhancement projects impacting more than 2,600 acres, mostly on state game lands and state forests, are taking place in 2016 through a nearly $150,000 allocation by Pennsylvania National Wild Turkey Federation State Chapter Habitat Committee. The projects are the result of proposals that more than 60 local... 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 radio show, "Lifestyles", WWDB-860AM. The new facial serum features higher potency Vitamin C, plus other major antioxidants. Also EMBLICA, a plant antioxidant discovered to offset pollution's "nitrogen free radicals" providing pollutions unprotected by the well-known traditional antioxidants. Emblica has been found to combat, for all skin types, harmful... 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 Admiral Wilson Boulevard when he observed an individual – Anthony Garner, 26, of Philadelphia – standing near the gas station mini mart holding a black firearm. Officer Greer approached Garner and engaged him verbally, using de-escalation techniques. Garner complied with Officer Greer and dropped the gun. He was... 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. Mike Lee, R-Utah, tried this week to change some of that this week, proposing to limit the Energy Department’s power to make rules without Congress’ consent. Each year, regulators impose thousands of rules on the American people—over 20,000 during the Obama administration’s tenure alone. The cost is staggering:... 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 contracts to sign. $20 per class, per dog. Enroll by calling 856.981.8957. We are located in historic Gloucester City, New Jersey, where great things are happening! Our Service Dog program is in full swing. Pictured is Miguel Montenegro, chapter captain of Love on a Leash, which certifies therapy... 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 of Management at Syracuse University (SU), and operated by SU's Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF), EBV is is widely acclaimed as the nation's premier veteran entrepreneurship training program. The program, which is offered through a select consortium of colleges and universities, is organized into three phases:... 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 of Haddon Heights (08035) Mary Jo Nailor of Mantua (08051) Catherine Walker of Haddon Township (08108) Reynaldo Santos of Cherry Hill (08002) Huy Tran of West Deptford (08096) Charles Grimley of Cherry Hill (08002) Michael Mastrangelo of Sewell (08080) Francis Ryan of Sewell (08080) John Thompson of Glassboro... 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 permit. As part of the agreement, Kawasaki will come into compliance with all federal hazardous waste laws and pay a $71,120 penalty. “Companies that generate hazardous waste must store and dispose of them properly or obtain the proper permit to ensure these wastes are properly stored,” said EPA... 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 to prevent these crashes. The Professional Insurance Agents of New Jersey want new drivers and their parents to know some best practices and be aware of the greater risk they face. Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens and their passengers in the U.S. In... 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 a jury in January on second-degree burglary, armed robbery, aggravated sexual assault and weapons offenses in the felony murder of 38-year-old Lori Breiding of Camden. Gonzalez and a codefendant, Steven Alicea, 23, of Camden, were accused of fatally shooting Breiding while attempting to rob her on the 2600... 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 compassion. All classes are held from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Kennedy Center at Voorhees, 1099 White Horse Road, and are moderated by Mindfulness Instructor Linda Townshend, who is trained in mindfulness-based stress reduction. The program is offered as a four-part series ($60) and registration is required.... 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, had 27. Two days ago, April 27, the Rams was listed as No. 1 in the top 10 non-public state baseball rankings by N.J.com . Earlier in the week, the game between Gloucester Catholic and Gloucester High was called because of rain. In the first inning of that... Read more →