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September 2016

Home Country: Some Thoughts on the Presidential Election

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet “This whole election process just doesn’t work for me,” Dud said, sipping his coffee. “There’s no way we can tell who is best for the job.” Doc, being the senior member of the Mule Barn truck stop’s world dilemma think tank, looked kindly at Dud. “Well, haven’t... Read more →

Ventor Woman Charged with the Death of her 7-Month-Old Daughter

MAYS LANDING (September 27, 2016)– A 32-year-old Ventnor woman was charged today with Aggravated Manslaughter for the death last January of her 7-month-old daughter, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Diane Ruberton announced. In response to a 9-1-1 call, officers of the Ventnor City Police Department and emergency medical personnel responded in the... Read more →


Father Dave Grover and Sister Jerilyn Einstein with students Written by Mary Beth Peabody/ The Diocese of Camden If Sister Jerilyn Einstein’s height were measured in smiles and attitude, she’d probably top six feet. In traditional Franciscan habit and sensible sandals, she hops back and forth between the two campuses at... Read more →

CNB CRIME: 24-Members of the Murdaland Mafia Piru Charged with Racketeering Conspiracy

Baltimore, Maryland - A federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging 24 defendants with a racketeering conspiracy involving their participation in the gang activities of Murdaland Mafia Piru (MMP), which allegedly operated in Northwest Baltimore and Baltimore County. MMP members allegedly engaged in criminal activities in furtherance of the gang,... Read more →

Gloucester County’s MEGA Fall Job Fair is set for Oct. 14

Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced today that Gloucester County's fall job fair is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the gymnasium at Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC). Freeholder Director Damminger said, "The Gloucester County Job Fair provides... Read more →

Thought for the Day: The Computer Swallowed Grandpa

The computer swallowed grandpa . Yes, honestly it's true! He pressed 'control and 'enter' And disappeared from view. It devoured him completely, The thought just makes me squirm. He must have caught a virus Or been eaten by a worm. I've searched through the recycle bin And files of every kind;... Read more →


The Communities of Don Guanella and Divine Providence Village, a division of Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia which serves men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will host its 18th Annual Charity Golf Classic. Proceeds from the event will support day programs at the Our Lady of... Read more →

CNB May 2012 Archives: Woodbury Is One of Three Schools Nationally to Earn Award

published Friday, May 25, 2012 May 22, 2012 press release The Woodbury Junior-Senior High School last week received an award and $25,000 for being named by the College Board as one of the three most inspiring high schools in America. The district received the 2012 Gaston Caperton Inspiration Award from the... Read more →


(Photo credit: Wikipedia) HARRISBURG, PA - The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s autumn driving tours, which provide a scenic glimpse of all that state game lands have to offer, have been canceled this year due to financial constraints. The tours, which have provided the public an opportunity to interact with Game Commission personnel... Read more →

Grey Nun Academy Signs 10-Year Lease with Holy Redeemer Health System

Investments in Technology, New Leadership, and Curriculum Improvements at The Academy Deliver Advanced Instruction that is Second-to-None in the Region September 27, 2016 -- Yardley, PA -- Grey Nun Academy is pleased to announce that its executive board has officially entered into a 10-year lease with Holy Redeemer Health System (HRHS).... Read more →

Haddon Township Redeveloping Downtown

HADDON TWP. -- Ask Mayor Randall Teague how he feels about the Haddon Towne Center mixed-use development going up along Haddon Avenue, and he'll use the word "excited." But it's in a rather subdued, somewhat weary way. That's because the $52.8 million project has been planned, negotiated, litigated and redesigned for... Read more →

Gloucester City Residents! Community Meeting to Discuss Recent Stabbing on Orlando Avenue

GLOUCESTER CITY N.J.--A community meeting is being held on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 6:30 pm at City Hall in the courtroom (313 Monmouth Street). The purpose of this meeting is to provide as much information as possible concerning the recent stabbing that occurred at a residence on Orlando Avenue in... Read more →


GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP N.J. SEPTEMBER 27, 2016--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle announced a Gloucester Township man has been arrested and charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. Jonathan Conover, 33, is charged with 2rd degree distribution and 3nd degree possession of child pornography... Read more →

Tyson Foods Inc. Recalls Chicken Nugget Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

Class I Recall Health Risk: High WASHINGTON, Sept. 27, 2016 – Tyson Foods Inc., a Sedalia, Mo. establishment, is recalling approximately 132,520 pounds of fully cooked chicken nugget products that may be contaminated with hard plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The fully... Read more →


It's one thing to try to prosecute a suspected domestic terrorist, but how do you defend one? The New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is doing just that. NJ.com says the ACLU stepped in to defend accused bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami, who engaged in a shootout with police... Read more →

New NRCC TV ad exposes Steve Santarsiero's legacy of higher taxes

Say what you will about Steve Santarsiero, but at least the guy is consistent. Santarsiero has consistently voted for higher taxes on middle class families. The National Republican Congressional Committee is out with a new television ad highlighting Santarsiero’s legacy of raising taxes. NRCC Comment: “Steve Santarsiero has consistently supported higher... Read more →

Football power points for games played through Sept. 24

NJSIAA POWER POINTS NORTH JERSEY, SECTION 1 Group 5: Ridgewood (3-0) 46; Bloomfield (3-0) 40; Hackensack (2-1) 33; Montclair (2-0) 31; Clifton (2-1) 30; Passaic Tech (2-1) 29; Union City (2-1) 29; Paterson Kennedy (2-1) 26; North Bergen (1-2) 17; West Orange (1-2) 17; Livingston (1-2) 12; Paterson Eastside (1-1) 12;... Read more →

Commentary: Learning Lessons from Tax Reform

Taxpayers for Common Sense held a panel conversation yesterday commemorating the Tax Reform Act of 1986. The message was crystal clear: The only path to major tax reform involves hard work by members of Congress willing to immerse themselves in substance and open their ears to the concerns of their colleagues... Read more →

Clean Power Plan: Natural Gas Consumption in PA Will Increase By 72% in 14 Years

press release Demonstrates PA’s Refusal to Replace Greenhouse Gas-Emitting Energy Sources with Renewables Pennsylvania (September 26, 2016)– Today, Pennsylvanians Against Fracking released a statement revealing that given Pennsylvania’s plan to generate electricity through a rash of new natural gas power plants, greenhouse gas emissions will substantially increase, causing the state to... Read more →

CNB May 2012 Archives: Super's Contract, Meet at the Ship, Another Reason, Top 25

published Sunday, May 13, 2012 related CNBNews TIPS AND SNIPPETS related CNBNews Point of View Contract negotiations between the Gloucester City School Board and newly appointed Superintendent Joseph Rafferty have been completed. The contract, effective July 1, 2012, is for three years. He is replacing Paul Spaventa whose contract was not... Read more →

Grand Opening of Cooper’s New Office on Camden County College Campus

Community Event (Blackwood, NJ) September 26, 2016-- Veterans and their families turned out in full force at Cooper University Health Care’s FallFest on Saturday, September 24. The event, attended by Congressman Donald Norcross and other elected officials, celebrated the opening of Cooper’s new behavioral health services office for veterans and a... Read more →

Gloucester Township PD Alert: School Bus Laws

English: A photograph of a school bus with its stop arm in the deployed position. The bus is an IC Corporation IC RE; IC Corporation is a Navistar company. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP N.J. --A driver on a highway approaching or overtaking a bus used solely for the transportation of... Read more →

EPA Finalizes $14 Million Cleanup Plan to address Lead and Arsenic at Gibbsboro Route 561 Dump site

press release (New York, N.Y. – Sept. 26, 2016) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized its $14 million plan to clean up contaminated soil and sediment at the Route 561 Dump site in Gibbsboro, N.J. The site is an area near a former paint manufacturing plant and was used as... Read more →


Violent Crimes and Property Crimes Increase

(September 26, 2016)--Today, the FBI released its annual compilation of crimes reported to its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program by law enforcement agencies from around the nation. Crime in the United States, 2015 reveals a 3.9 percent increase in the estimated number of violent crimes and a 2.6 percent decrease in... Read more →

Commentary: Disney Is Not Opposed to Bigotry

September 26, 2016 Bill Donohue comments on Disney's decision to pull an offensive Halloween costume: Last week, Disney, responding to complaints, pulled a Halloween costume that was branded offensive. The boy's costume, which depicted Maui, a well respected figure in Polynesian oral tradition, was seen by some Pacific Islanders as akin... Read more →

Did Clinton Win The First Debate?

Hillary Clinton dismissed Donald Trump as a "crazy" racist who has insulted African-Americans and women and doesn't have the temperament to serve in the White House during a tense debate Monday night in New York that could help sway independent voters and turn out party loyalists with just weeks left until... Read more →

Kennedy Health Gwyn Parris-Atwell Winner of Mid-Atlantic Region Nurse.com GEM Awards

Voorhees, NJ – Gwyn Parris-Atwell, MSN, APN-C, CEN, FAEN, a Kennedy Nurse Practitioner with its Employee Health Services department, was honored with a 2016 Mid-Atlantic Region Nurse.com GEM Award at a special gala held September 23rd in Philadelphia. Two other Kennedy nurses were finalists in the prestigious competition. Parris-Atwell, a resident... Read more →

New Jersey CPAs Offer FREE Disaster Recovery Guide

Taking the Right Steps Immediately Can Make a Difference ROSELAND, NJ – Now that fall is here, tropical storms and hurricanes pose a real problem; and with snowstorms not far behind, residents and business owners face major challenges in recovering from their losses. The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants... Read more →

Presidential debate notes: Hillary's name spelled wrong

Democrats' stress The Democrats posted a "debatestressball" online, where viewers were asked to "squeeze the stress ball below the word that describes Donald Trump's actions on stage right now." Choices were offensive, unfit, scary, liar, bully and huh?? After five clicks the site insists that participants register. Dems' spokesman Adam Hodge... Read more →

How did Clinton, Trump do in the first debate?

Who won the first presidential debate Monday night between Democratic presidential nominee and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Republican nominee, businessman Donald Trump, at Hofstra University? This was the first for three debates the two candidates will take part in before the Nov. 8 general election. With... Read more →

Suspects Arrested for Crest Savings Bank Robbery

press release September 26, 2016 Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor and Chief William Mastriana of the Lower Township Police Department announce the arrests of Joseph P. McCarraher Jr., Trevor F. Seer and Meghan L. Valeri, all residents of Cape May County, New... Read more →


Twins Zane and Zac Taylor have something rare in common: acute lymphocytic leukemia Newswise — ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Since the day they came home from the hospital in matching newborn monkey outfits, Zane and Zac Taylor have done everything together. They shared a bedroom, learned to walk and talk in... Read more →

Coast Guard, FDNY respond to boat fire near Sandy Hook, NJ

NEW YORK September 26, 2016- A Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook boat crew and New York Fire Department Marine Eight rescue crew responded to a boat fire near Sandy Hook, New Jersey, Sunday. At approximately 5:00 p.m., watchstanders at Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook received a distress call via VHF-Channel 16... Read more →

Beef Recalled in Some States

WASHINGTON, September 26, 2016 – Adams Farm Slaughterhouse, LLC, an Athol, Mass., establishment, is recalling beef, veal, and Bison products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw intact and non-intact beef products originated from animals... Read more →

Five Questions Norcross Hopes Clinton Isn't Asked

By Bob Patterson As the first presidential debate approaches, down-ballot Democrats across America are nervous about being tied to Hillary Clinton. This is most apparent in New Jersey's First Congressional District where Clinton is deeply distrusted, seen as an out-of-touch millionaire who backs destructive international trade agreements, and wants unfettered illegal... Read more →


Lee Parker had a job interview to get to, but he was homeless and didn't own a backpack, so he was delighted when he found one sitting on top of a garbage can next to the Elizabeth train station. That delight quickly disappeared when he opened the bag and found a... Read more →

Obituary : Kenneth P. Applegate, Sr. of Bellmawr

Kenneth P. Applegate, Sr., on September 24, 2016, of Bellmawr, formerly of Cape Coral, FL. Age 61. Devoted father of Brian, Mary, Jason, Amanda, and the late Kenneth, Jr. Loving grandfather of Gia Marie, Kaylee, Ethan, Matthew, Jennifer, Logan, Alania, Shane, Alice, Natalia, Arianna, Aiyanah, Amiyah, Devin, Nicholas, and Layla. Dear... Read more →

Obituary: Terry Gligor, of Woodbury, age 73

Terry Gligor Woodbury, N.J. Terry Gligor, 73, of Woodbury, passed away on Sept. 23, 2016. She was the daughter of the late James and Esther Mannion. She is survived by her loving sister, Ann Marie Pacifico (Charlie); her devoted children, John Jr. (Connie), Jim (Tony), Greg, Stefanie (Steve), Melanie (Randy); beloved... Read more →

2016 USPCA National Patrol Dog Trials Being Held in Gloucester Township

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP N.J. --The Gloucester Township Police Department is proud to announce that it is hosting the 2016 United States Police Canine Association National Police Dog Trials. This large-scale national event has been scheduled for Sept. 25, 2016, through Sept. 30, 2016, right here in Gloucester Township! Download the 2016 K9... Read more →

CNB HUNTING/FISHING N.J.: Division To Stock Dog Training Areas in October

September 22, 2016 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife will stock eleven (11) Wildlife Management Area dog training areas prior to the November 12 opening of the pheasant/quail season. Again, pheasants will be stocked instead of quail as a cost-saving measure. The 880 pheasants are stocked for dog training purposes... Read more →


September 26, 2016 MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Pemberton Township Police Chief David H. Jantas announced that a 37-year-old man was shot and killed by intruders during a home invasion last night at his residence in a trailer park in the Browns Mills section of... Read more →

Free Workshops to Help Job Seekers Prepare for Upcoming Job Fair

SEPTEMBER 23, 2016--Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced today that Gloucester County will host several Job Fair Workshops in preparation of their upcoming Job Fair and Resource Event at Rowan College at Gloucester County on October 14, 2016. Director Damminger said, "It is our goal to provide... Read more →

CNB MAY 2012 ARCHIVES Op-Ed: Should Obama Politicize bin Laden Killing? Absolutely!

Tuesday, May 08, 2012 by CHRIS FREIND cnbnewsnet Every President would do the same, and he deserves the credit (cnbnews.net)If you’re wondering why America is no longer able to make even the most basic, common-sense decisions, there are two simple answers: extreme partisanship and willful hypocrisy. Forget the desire to seek... Read more →

Op-Ed : Media Literacy | BATAVICK

Related: Frank Batavick by Frank J. Batavick | CNBNewsnet I was in the check-out line at the supermarket doing our weekly grocery shopping. Alongside of me screamed the headlines of the “National Enquirer”: “CORRUPT” was in 72 point type and accompanied by a photo of Hillary Clinton with arms outstretched and... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Evesham Township's Free Rides Program to Fight DUI Is A Great Idea

The results are in on a pioneering South Jersey program to cut down on drunken driving, and there's proof that it works. We were skeptical a year ago when Evesham Township Mayor Randy Brown announced a temporary program to deliver to their homes -- at no cost to them -- inebriated... Read more →

*CNB Business:

Ways for HR Professionals to Improve Employee Satisfaction

(CNBNewsnet)September 26, 2016--Improving and maintaining high levels of employee satisfaction throughout the company should be one of the main concerns of any good HR (Human Resources) department. Understanding the importance of employee satisfaction and keeping on top of the ways in which you try to value and appreciate the employees who... Read more →

CNB Crime: Willingboro Police Arrest Suspect on Attempted Murder Charge

(Photo credit: Wikipedia) On September 22, 2016 at approximately 4:13pm, Willingboro Township Police Department was dispatched to the unit block of Hancock Lane for a report of subjects shooting. Once officers arrived on location they learned that a 25yr old Hancock Lane resident had been struck once in the arm by... Read more →


Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is Searching for a Holiday Tree to be Donated for Display this Upcoming Winter Season Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC), the non-profit organization that operates Blue Cross RiverRink, is searching for a holiday tree to be donated for display at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest this upcoming season.... Read more →