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May 2016

HS BASEBALL PLAYOFFS: Saint Augustine (8)Christian Bros (3); Hermits vs. Rams 0n Friday

Bill Chillari pitched a four-hitter through six innings and Jake Catalano had a two-run single in a fourth-inning rally as sixth-seeded St. Augustine, No. 16 in the NJ.com Top 20, recorded an 8-3 victory over third-seeded and No. 9 Christian Brothers in the quarterfinal round of the South Jersey, Non-Public... Read more →


HS Baseball Playoffs: The Rams get 11 strikeouts from Tyler Mondile, win 4-0 over Bishop Eustace

BROOKLAWN N.J. May 31, 2016--Tyler Mondile threw a shutout to lift the Rams to a 4-0 win over Bishop Eustace at Joe Barth field in seven innings. Mondile's 11 strikeouts were enough to push the Rams past Bishop Eustace. The Rams' pitcher gave up just five hits over seven shutout... Read more →


Singing South African Firefighters Arrive in Edmonton to Help Fight Canadian Wildfires

The 300 firefighters will help Canada battle a huge wildfire that has been burning since the beginning of May. ~source Alberta Wildfire Related articles The Opportunity in Devastation: Is the Fort McMurray Fire A Model of Our Future? 10-20 cm of snow expected near Calgary, Banff REPORT: CANADA: Nearly $1... Read more →


Robert Wilcox Arraigned in Fatal Shooting

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a Camden man has been arraigned in the fatal shooting that occurred May 8, 2016, in the city. Superior Court Judge Edward J. McBride Jr. ordered Robert Wilcox, 31, held on $1,500,000 cash or bond bail... Read more →


Pope Francis Names Reverend Monsignor Edward M. Deliman Auxiliary Bishop

Bishop-elect Deliman currently serves as pastor of Saint Charles Borromeo Parish in Bensalem PHILADELPHIA PA May 31, 2016--Early today, the Vatican announced that Pope Francis has named Reverend Monsignor Edward M. Deliman as an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Later, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. introduced Bishop-elect... Read more →


KILLING HARAMBE THE GORILLA TO SAVE 4-YEAR-OLD BOY SPARKS OUTRAGE

English: Western Lowland Gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Harambe, a 17-year-old gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo is pictured in this undated handout photo provided by Cincinnati Zoo. [Photo/Agencies] The killing of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo after a 4-year-old boy tumbled into the ape's enclosure triggered outrage... Read more →


Philadelphia Flyer Rick MacLeish Succumbs at the Age of 66

Press release Rick MacLeish, member of the Flyers Stanley Cup championship teams in 1974 and 1975, passed away on Monday at the age of 66. “With the passing of Rick MacLeish, the Flyers have lost one of their legends,” said Flyers President, Paul Holmgren. “A good father, grandfather, teammate and... Read more →


CNB Medical: After 15 Years Teen Discovers Unborn Twin Living in His Stomach

Discovering you have an unborn twin living inside of you sounds like the stuff of horror movies and nightmares. In fact, having a “parasitic twin” is the plot of Stephen King’s novel "The Dark Half" and an episode of "The X-Files." But for one teenage boy in Malaysia, this isn’t... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland News: Hunters Take Record Number of Turkeys

English: Wild Turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo), female with juveniles, Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site, Jocelyn, Ontario, Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced today that hunters reported harvesting a total of 3,874 wild turkeys during the 2016 regular spring and junior hunt turkey seasons that ended... Read more →


CNB Nov. 2011 ARCHIVES: The People Behind The Camden County Democrat Machine Are Feckless-

published Saturday, November 05, 2011 source for images Wikipedia Once again the entrenched and well funded ruling party in Gloucester Township have shown their arrogance and ignorance when it comes to good government and clean elections. This year's council election had the usual players from the Democrats and Republicans asking... Read more →


Chilling Video Shows Brooklyn Park Officer's Struggle for His Life | The Star Tribune

Via the Star Tribune: The video begins innocuously as a Brooklyn Park police officer responds to a complaint of noise coming from a parked car, then returns to his squad for a warrant check. Within minutes, it becomes indisputable footage of a cop’s fight for his life as he is... Read more →


Maryland Police Nab Poachers

May 26, 2016 MARYLAND--A month-long investigation across two counties resulted in 16 deer and turkey poaching citations being issued to an Anne Arundel County man, and other enforcement actions from the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Charges were filed Wednesday against Joshua Michael Sarro, 28, of Glen Burnie, who is due... Read more →


Camden City Receives $4.4 Million to Transform Haddon Avenue

CAMDEN CITY N.J.(May 2016) - Haddon Avenue is being transformed from Vesper Boulevard to the Old White Horse Pike in Camden City. The $4.4 million project includes $1.1 million in Federal Highway funding provided to Camden City. These improvements and enhancements to the infrastructure will update and revitalize one of... Read more →


Former Margate Fireman Sentenced for Stealing $75,000 from FMBA Bank Accounts

MAYS LANDING – A former Margate firefighter was sentenced yesterday for taking funds over a 3-year period from Fireman’s Mutual Benevolent Association (FMBA) bank accounts, and making personal use of the money, Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced today. On March 10, 2015, after an 8-month investigation, the Atlantic County... Read more →


Guest Commentary: Catholic College Leaders’ Excuses for Honoring Pro-Aborts

By Adam Cassandra If you’ve ever wondered why so many Catholic colleges think it’s okay to honor abortion advocates at their commencement ceremonies, a former Jesuit university president recently helped shed some light on the issue. The Jesuit publication America Magazine posted a three-part series on its website this month... Read more →


Husband And Wife Arrested And Charged With Ponzi Scheme In Relation To Hedge Fund Investments

In Foreign Currencies NEWARK, N.J. – The owners and operators of a purported hedge fund appeared in court May 27 on charges that they defrauded more than two dozen investors by making extraordinary guarantees about investment returns and then used the money for extravagant purchases and to pay off other... Read more →


Gloucester County Receives $350,000 for Culvert Replacement and Repair in West Deptford

(West Deptford, NJ) -- Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced today that Gloucester County applied for and will receive a $350,000 grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation to replace and repair a culvert in West Deptford Township. The project will include replacing the existing... Read more →


Judge Sentences Gang Members Who Shot Up Mothers Day Parade to Life Sentences

Shootings, drugs, gang violence. It’s in the news a lot these days…most every day, in some fashion. What isn’t seen every day, what doesn’t usually make breaking news is when justice is delivered and the shooters are taken off the streets. Three years ago, on a sunny afternoon in New... Read more →


HARSH ASPHALT ODOR COMING FROM THE BLUEKNIGHT ENERGY PLANT IN GLOUCESTER CITY

William E. Cleary | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY NJ May 30, 2016--Ryan Durham, who lives in the vicinity The asphalt plant is located next to Proprietors Park (photo credit CNBNewsnet) of the Blueknight Energy site, King Street, and Jersey Avenues, contacted CNBNews recently about a strong odor of asphalt coming into... Read more →


CNB Medical News: Another Teen Falls Victim to YouTube Fire Challenge (Unblieveable Video)

A familiar saying about playing with fire is sure to ring true for a severely burned 12-year-old boy living in Queens, NY, following his apparent attempt earlier this May to pull off a reckless social media challenge. As reported by the New York Post, the unidentified 12-year-old went into his... Read more →


State Baseball Playoffs Continue on Tuesday

• The state baseball playoffs continue Tuesday with sectional semifinals in the public school tournament and sectional quarterfinals in the Non-Public sections. Check out the complete playoff schedule/scoreboard. • Follow the state tournament with up-to-date brackets for every section. • Eastern won the Diamond Classic Sunday. Find out how the... Read more →