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January 2017

APRIL 2008 ARCHIVES: Say A Prayer for our Troops

Note: Hank Miller, a former resident of Gloucester City has two sons serving in the military. He sent this message asking everyone for their prayers (Update January 31, 2017): Harry Miller, of Kitakyushu City, Japan died August 19, 2012 from lung cancer. He was 75 years old. Hank was the author of the semi-weekly CNBNEWS column When East Meets West which featured stories about the customs of Japan. He began writing the column for CNBNews in 2007 and continued to write it until two months before he died. He was also the founder of Miller English School of Japan. As I... Read more →


LeBron Finally Speaks Out on His Critics

Austin Darrow Cue Michael Scott screaming “this is happening,” because LeBron James has finally spoken out against the criticism he’s faced. You can tell he’s finally fed up with the criticism he has taken throughout his career, unfortunately for Charles Barkley, he was the one who sparked this. Barkley came out and said James isn’t a competitor, because he wanted more players on his team. Here’s what Barkley isn’t understanding; James isn’t asking for the top players, he just wants someone better than Kay Felder. James is 33 and leads the league in minutes played. He shouldn’t be doing that at... Read more →


The Partnership for Educational Justice Comments on the Court’s denial of State's motion

press release January 31, 2017 The New Jersey Supreme Court today denied the State’s September 2016 motion to re-open the decades-old school funding lawsuit, Abbott v. Burke. As part of their broad motion, the State had asked the court to grant the State Commissioner of Education – a political appointee – the authority to waive enforcement of the State’s “last in, first out” (LIFO) teacher layoff law, among other education laws and negotiated policies. In response to the State's motion, six Newark parents also filed a motion with the Supreme Court against the State’s legal tactics to address LIFO. These same... Read more →


Obituary | Anthony Williams of Haddonfield formerly of Runnemede

on January 28, 2017, of Haddonfield, formerly of Runnemede. Age 86. Loving partner Suzanne Kelleher. Devoted father of Anthony (Eileen) and Emily (Walter) Burt. Loving grandfather of Dean (Kristen), Michele (Matt), and Steven (Kayt). Beloved great-grandfather of 5. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. There will be a viewing from 7pm to 9pm Wednesday evening and 9:00 to 10:00am Thursday morning at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Service 10:00am. Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery, Gibbsboro. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Anthony’s memory to the American Heart Association www.heart.org, 1 Union Street, Suite 301 Robbinsville, NJ 08691. Read more →


CNB Medical News: New Jersey Confirms Travel-Related Measles Case in Passaic County

Contact A Health Care Provider If You Suspect Exposure A travel-related case of measles – a highly contagious disease – has been confirmed in Passaic County in an unvaccinated seven-month-old infant who traveled internationally. The infant may have exposed others between January 17-23 while infectious. The infant visited the Emergency Department at St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital in Wayne on Jan. 21 from 6:53 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the Pediatric Emergency Department at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson on Jan. 23 from 6:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. People exposed to the infant could develop symptoms as late as February... Read more →


Gene Rovere, Longtime Member of Gloucester City Lions, Senior Citizens Assn., St. Mary Parish

Egidio “Gene” D. Rovere Succumbs GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 31, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--Mr. Egidio “Gene” D. Rovere, of Gloucester City, passed away on January 24, 2017, at the age of 87. Gene proudly served our country in the U.S. Army during Korean War. He retired as branch manager for Burroughs Corporation in Trenton and Philadelphia. Gene was a lifelong parishioner of St. Mary’s Church. He was inducted in 1971 into the Gloucester City Lions Club by William Dilks and was an active member for 46 years to the present day. Gene was Treasurer for the Club for many years. He was a longtime... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: SCOUTS REVERSE TRANSGENDER BAN, ASK 8-YEAR-OLD SECAUCUS BOY TO RETURN

An 8-year-old transgender boy from Secaucus who was kicked out of the Cub Scouts because he was born a girl has been asked to rejoin the Scouts. The Record says the move represents a major shift in policy for the Boy Scouts of America, which released a statement Monday night indicating that its membership will now be open to transgender children. NEW JERSEY OFFICIALS REACT TO TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION EXECUTIVE ORDER President Donald Trump's immigration executive order created quite a stir over the weekend, and lawmakers' reactions are largely split down party lines. NJTV says that among New Jersey officials most Republicans... Read more →


WILLINGBORO WOMAN CHARGED WITH KILLING HUSBAND

January 31, 2017 MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Willingboro Director of Public Safety Gregory Rucker announced that a Willingboro woman has been charged with fatally beating her husband yesterday inside of their township residence. Laciana Tinsley, 42, was charged yesterday evening with one count of Murder and one count of Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose. The assault occurred inside the residence in the first block of Hancock Lane. The victim was identified as Douglas Tinsley, 74. He was pronounced dead at the scene at approximately 12:30 p.m. The investigation revealed that Laciana... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ : Locavore Program In August

Looking over Barnegat Bay from Barnegat Light, Long Beach Island, New Jersey. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife, in partnership with the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ, is offering a 3-day 2-night locavore program for adults interested in learning what's edible in and around Barnegat Bay. The program will be August 11-13 at the Sedge House, a renovated ducking hunting lodge with 7-bunk rooms where participants will live a conservationist lifestyle. Participants will spend time identifying and harvesting edible plants, algae, digging clams, netting crabs, and fishing, all while learning about the salt marsh ecosystem, conservation, and... Read more →


THREE Health Benefits Of Getting Naked In Public

Nude beaches, cruises, and bike rides are just among some of the places where we can bare it all. Taking off our clothes in public and letting it all hang may embarrass most of us, but science suggests public nudity could benefit our overall wellbeing. A recent study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies found… Read more →


PETS ARE THE BEST: Dog Escapes Shelter to Track Down Woman Who Fed Him Treats

Ted the German shepherd-Akita mix and Abbey Boyd the SPCA worker became a match made in heaven after cheese-flavored bacon strips brought them together. Ted was brought into the Northwest Territories SPCA in Yellowknife on Friday. Terrified by the building and surrounding humans, the canine refused to leave his kennel. In an effort… Read more →


CONSUMER NEWS: When a new fence fails to impress

Your Place: Q: I recently had a new fence installed, and I am pretty unhappy about it. The wood quality is terrible, as if they used seconds. The salesman said this is the way the fence should look. I have only paid half the total cost. Should I ask them to repair/replace anything before I pay the balance?… Read more →


NJ Residents Attending Coastal Carolina University Named to Dean's List for Fall 2016

CONWAY 28528, SC (01/25/2017)-- Approximately 2,253 students have made the Fall Semester 2016 Dean's List for academic achievement at Coastal Carolina University. To qualify for the Dean's List, freshmen must earn a 3.25 grade point average, and upperclassmen must earn a 3.5 grade point average. To qualify for the President's List, students must earn a 4.0 grade point average. All students must be enrolled full time. The Dean's List includes: Lauren Alcorn, a freshman majoring in intelligence and national security studies, of Millville, NJ (08332) Lauren Angello, a junior majoring in biology, of Egg Harbor Township, NJ (08234) Michael Baney, a... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: COMMISSIONER MARTIN JOINS FISHING INTERESTS IN RALLY

REDUCTIONS AS HIGH AS NEARLY 50 PERCENT WOULD CRIPPLE FISHING INDUSTRY AND RIPPLE THROUGHOUT SHORE TOURISM ECONOMY TRENTON - Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin on Friday joined federal and state lawmakers, leaders of the state's recreational and commercial fishing industries, anglers, and people whose livelihoods rely on fishing to rally in opposition to proposed drastic recreational harvest reductions for summer flounder, saying the changes would devastate the state's fishing industry and have far-reaching economic impacts on shore tourism. The rally follows votes last month by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) and the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (MAFMC)... Read more →


Gloucester County Prosecutors Office Releases Result of Two Year Officer Diversity Initiative

WOODBURY NJ--A two year effort led by the Gloucester County Law Enforcement Diversity Initiative aimed at increasing the diversity of law enforcement agencies that serve the county’s multi-racial population has produced results. Promoted by efforts such as job fairs and mentoring, the number of minority officers now serving with the county’s 23 police departments and the GCPO itself has increased from 59 in 2014 to 68 at the end of 2016, or an increase of 14 percent. The current total of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian or other minorities represents ten percent of the 654 officers in the GCPO, municipal departments and... Read more →


The opioid epidemic: Camden County Faces a Record Number of Deadly Overdoese

CAMDEN -- It's a seasonably cold Tuesday morning in downtown Camden as dozens visiting the Urban Treatment Associates methadone clinic mill about in the shadow of City Hall. A middle-aged man with slicked-back blonde hair saunters up and murmurs something about having some stuff for sale before suddenly realizing he's wandered into the middle of a… Read more →


Students from NJ Earn Dean's List Honors at Saint Joseph's University

PHILADELPHIA, PA (01/30/2017)-- The following students earned dean's list honors for the Fall 2016 semester at Saint Joseph's University. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above, a B or greater in all their classes, and complete at least 15 credits to earn dean's list status for a semester. Note: This list of students is a partial list. For the complete list of all (173) students for this story, login to: https://media.meritpages.com/signup?r=510&p=628ce Blaire Adkins of Berlin (08009). Adkins studies Autism Behavioral Studies in the University's College of Arts and Sciences. Isabella Armento of Wenonah (08090). Armento studies Chemistry... Read more →


APRIL 2008 ARCHIVES: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly for March & April

Bill's Point of View: JEER-Once again vandals are destroying the Fort Nassau playground located at the Johnson Blvd. jogging track in Gloucester City. Most recently they sprayed painted the words "Die N$%%er" and a swastika along with many curse words on some of the park equipment. The only way this is going to stop is to close down the Fort altogether. Move the equipment across the street to the Martin Lake Park. The vandals seem to stay away from that area because the park is surrounded by residential homes. While on the other hand the Fort is located in an area... Read more →


EDITORIAL : The Proof is in the Numbers

Gloucester City in the Top 10 Towns with the Highest Tax Increase William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet image source NJ1015 “The time has come, ladies and gentlemen, to stand up to “the machine,” of a select group of people, who have controlled your lives for far too long. The time has come to “hold the high ground” and stop the decline, to “fight the good fight,” and to give Gloucester City government back to the people.” (see article) {October 2006, candidate Bill James} Ten years have passed since the James administration took over the The James Gang January 4, 2007... Read more →


OBITUARY: Edward J. Devine, “Tug” of Bellmawr

Edward J. Devine, “Tug”, on January 29, 2017, of Bellmawr. Age 63. Beloved son of the late Daniel and Anna. Devoted father of Dawnmarie Oliver (K.C.), Daniel (Leigha), Joyce, and the late Robert. Loving grandfather of Zac, Chase, John, Caleb, and Jaxon. Dear brother of Terry Montenigro. Cherished uncle of Anthony and Angie Fedele. Also survived by his entire Warriors Watch family. Tug was the Southern NJ Coordinator for the Warriors Watch Riders and an escort for the NJ Run for the Fallen. He was the former chief for McCallister Towing and an assistant engineer for Bouchard. Tug was also a... Read more →


26-Year-Old Barnegat Man Dies in Hunting Accident

BERKELEY TOWNSHIP NJ-- Saturday, January 28, at 8:46 am, Berkeley Township Police were dispatched to the wooded area of 100 Locker Street following a 9-1-1 call stating a male had been shot while hunting. Police and MONOC Unit 712 responded and found Richard Pereira, a 26-year-old male from Barnegat, NJ. He was pronounced dead via telemetry at 9:08 am by Dr.Juarez from Newark Beth Israel Hospital. The decedent was transported to Community Medical Center in Toms River. The scene was immediately secured and Det. Matthew Scutti and Det. Laudicina of the Ocean County Sheriff Department (CSI) processed the scene. The shotgun... Read more →


Gloucester City Police Chase Suspect Into Camden

RELATED: BLUE LINE Crime GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 30, 2017)--Saturday, January 28 t at 1:37 pm Rasheem J. Brown (photo provided) Gloucester City police attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a car on Essex Street near North Filmore Street when the driver sped away. DSgt. Carl Depoder and Sgt. Jim Little pursued the vehicle to Louis Street in Camden City, where the driver jumped out of the car and fled on foot. The driver was apprehended by the sergeants with the assistance of a Camden County police officer and taken into custody without further incident. Rasheem J. Brown (30), a... Read more →


Camden County Library Wins Book Grant from Penguin Random House

Ferry Ave. branch library’s ‘Tutor Time’ recognized for innovation in partnership with Cooper Medical School of Rowan University VOORHEES, NJ – Jan. 30, 2017 -- Camden County Library is proud to announce that its Riletta L. Cream Ferry Ave. Branch Library is the recipient of a Penguin Random House Library Award for Innovation. The award is being given for the library’s ‘Tutor Time’ program that it operates in partnership with volunteer tutors from the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Penguin Random House announced the award at the American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits in Atlanta on Monday, Jan. 23.... Read more →


James Dickerson Sentenced to 20 Years for Shooting at Camden County Police Officers

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a Camden man received an aggregate sentence of 20 years in prison for shooting at four Camden County Police officers. James Dickerson, 31, shot at four Camden County Police officers who had been responding to a report of a man with a gun in the Chestnut Court apartments on April 25, 2014. When confronted, Dickerson fired several shots at the officers who then returned fire, striking him in the leg. Dickerson pled guilty on June 20, 2016 to four counts of attempted murder. The 20 year sentence... Read more →


NJ News Commons: PROTESTS ARISE IN NORTH JERSEY, NYC AGAINST TRUMP ORDER

Protests and demonstrations erupted in North Jersey and New York City on Sunday over President Trump's executive order banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. The Record says "protests in Teaneck, Elizabeth, and Manhattan highlighted concerns about the order being seen as discriminatory and even anti-American. NJ ‘SANCTUARY CITIES’ SAY THEY WON'T BOW TO PRESIDENT’S THREAT TO CUT FEDERAL AID Officials in New Jersey's "sanctuary cities" say they will not bow to the president's threat to punish them for providing a safe haven for undocumented immigrants by restricting federal funding. NJ Spotlight says municipal officials in cities... Read more →


'Ignored' N.J. district enters Christie's legal fight with gusto

WOOLRICH TONWSHIP -- A long underfunded South Jersey school district has "had enough" and will thrust itself into Gov. Chris Christie's ongoing legal battle over how the state funds its public schools, its superintendent announced Friday. In a self-proclaimed "bold stand," Kingsway Regional School District will attempt to intervene in Christie's pending case before the state… Read more →


Lower your risk of heart disease with the American Heart Association’s “Life’s Simple 7.”

Gross anatomy of a heart that has been damaged by chronic Chagas disease - see also: Chagas heart, radiology (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Prevent the #1 Killer--Heart Disease Robbinsville, NJ, January, 26, 2017 - Like many Americans, you’re very busy. It may not be at the top of most to-do lists, but caring for your heart is important. Changes to your lifestyle, including eating healthy and exercising often, are great ways to start preventing heart disease and stroke, the No.1 and No. 5 killers of all Americans. According to the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, 80 percent of heart disease... Read more →


APRIL 2008 ARCHIVES: Dr. Vitola School Physician since 1988

published April 21, 2008 Editor's Note : I contacted Dr. Vitola on Monday via email about the possibility that he may not be reappointed to the job of school physician for the district of Gloucester City. Photo: Dr. Vitola, right with Dr Walter Poprycz at a GHS football game. This is his response. Hi Bill, As I mentioned, a classmate from GHS, class of '69 brought this to my attention on Friday afternoon, April 11, 2008.I was totally unaware that the superintendent was planning not to re-appoint me as school physician, for what reason, I have no idea. To answer your... Read more →


Wilkes University Announces Dean's List for Fall 2016 Semester, Students from NJ Included

Wilkes University (Photo credit: Wikipedia) WILKES-BARRE, PA (01/27/2017)-- Wilkes University Provost Dr. Anne Skleder announced the Dean's List for the Fall 2016 Semester. To be named to the Dean's List, students must obtain a minimum 3.4 grade point average and carry at least 12 credits. The following students were named to the Dean's List: Alec Levin of Cape May, N.J. (08204) Alexander Kramer of Cherry Hill, N.J. (08003) Austin Kubin of Chesterfield, N.J. (08515) Denzel Tovar of Wall, N.J. (07719) Dustin Zuzulock of West Deptford, N.J. (08051) Gabriella Lajara of Brigantine, N.J. (08203) Holly Margiotti of Cherry Hill, N.J. (08002) Jack... Read more →


Restoration Work on East Point Lighthouse Continues

MAURICE RIVER TWP. -- Sitting on the east side of the Maurice River, East Point Lighthouse continues to be a beacon for the Delaware Bayshore -- a role it has played since it was built in 1849. Through its history, the fortunes of East Point have ebbed and flowed -- like the tides that threaten its… Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing New Jersey: Apprentice Hunting License Information

Fruits of the hunt! (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Apprentice Hunting Licenses will be available February 1, 2017 at participating agents (pdf, 93kb) Apprentice Hunter FAQs It is not necessary to complete a hunter education course to be an Apprentice Hunter! To obtain an Apprentice License a person just needs a Mentor Hunter as a hunting companion. There is no upper age limit and there is no limit on the number of times an Apprentice Hunter may hunt with their Mentor Hunter in a license year. An experienced Mentor Hunter can, and should, take out and train a friend as many times as... Read more →


NJDOT launches annual statewide pothole repair campaign

Moving operations and daytime lane closures can be expected (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Richard T. Hammer today announced the beginning of the annual statewide campaign to repair potholes across New Jersey. This winter’s unusual weather pattern of temperatures constantly fluctuating above and below freezing, along with frequent rainfall, is causing a large number of potholes on state highways, which pose a risk for motorists. “This winter has been particularly harsh on our roads with potholes developing much earlier in the season than normal,” Commissioner Hammer said. “Therefore, we are beginning our annual pothole campaign now instead... Read more →


Dean's List at University of Delaware, Includes NJ Residents

NEWARK, DE (01/26/2017)-- Students from your region have been named to the University of Delaware Dean's List for the Fall 2016 semester: Christopher Absil of West Deptford, NJ, (08051) Robert Achorn of Maple Shade, NJ, (08052) Jesse Ackerman of Marlton, NJ, (08053) Nikki Adams of Pittsgrove, NJ, (08318) Andrew Adeniyi of Lumberton, NJ, (08048) Marissa Adibi of Medford, NJ, (08055) Eric Aita of Medford, NJ, (08055) Erin Alexander of Marlton, NJ, (08053) Ryan Alvite of Marlton, NJ, (08053) Kara Anderson of Marlton, NJ, (08053) Katelyn Anderson of Bordentown, NJ, (08505) Caroline Armstrong of Moorestown, NJ, (08057) Hannah Armstrong of Moorestown, NJ,... Read more →


Guest Opinion:Trump ushers in dangerous state of disunion

President Donald Trump could have used his inaugural speech to soothe the bitter partisan divide that is undermining our country. He could have followed the lead of George W. Bush, who — like Trump — lost the popular vote in a contested election. In his first inaugural, Bush thanked Vice President Al Gore for "a contest… Read more →


CNB Medical: Sleep Apnea

Newswise — Jan. 27, 2017─In patients with severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), oral appliances that treat the condition by moving the lower jaw forward appear to improve sleep but not reduce key risk factors for developing heart and other cardiovascular disease, according to new research published online, ahead of print in the American Thoracic Society’s American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. In “Impact of Mandibular Advancement Therapy on Endothelial Function in Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea,” French researchers report on a randomized controlled trial of 150 patients with severe sleep apnea and no overt cardiovascular disease who received either a... Read more →


SCHOOLS THROUGHOUT THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA CELEBRATE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK

Cathedral-Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Philadelphia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) press release PHILADELPHIA PA--The Archdiocese of Philadelphia will join in the national observance of Catholic Schools Week January 29, 2017 – February 4, 2017. Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of the Christ-centered, faith-based education that students receive in the 119 elementary, 17 secondary, and 4 special education schools in the five-county metropolitan area comprising the Archdiocese. The national theme for Catholic Schools Week 2017 is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK KEYSTONE EVENT Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. will host the keystone... Read more →


APRIL 2008 ARCHIVES: THANK YOU SGT. JOE!

Photo: top left, Catherine Driscoll, Kathy Hall, and Sgt Farley. Second row, Jack Driscoll, Luke Driscoll, Madison Long. Bottom: Kieran Kidd, Nathaniel Kidd, Sammy Driscoll, Liam Driscoll, Olivia Driscoll, Genevieve Driscoll, Brian Long and Alexa Long. Not pictured-Emily Hall, Christopher Hall, Liz Glassman, Jimmy Glassman Eric Glassman, Bridget Hall and Ryle Hall GLOUCESTER CITY NJ --Army Staff Sgt. Joe Farley, formerly of Gloucester City, was home recently after spending his second tour of duty in Iraq. During his time in the war zone children from Gloucester City (names are listed below) sent him items that could be handed out to the... Read more →


Drink up: In Philadelphia, beer is cheaper than soda thanks to beverage tax - Watchdog.org

By Johnny Kampis / PHILADELPHIA PA--Philadelphia’s new beverage tax has resulted in non-alcoholic drinks costing more than beer, in some instances. The Tax Foundation, an independent tax policy research organization, pointed out that after the new tax went into effect Jan. 1, customers experienced sticker shock. The beverage tax, which at 1.5 cents per ounce is 24 times the amount that is levied on beer, is applied not just to sugar-heavy sodas, but also such beverages as fruit drinks, sweetened iced tea and juices that contain less than 50 percent real fruit. Even some drinks that have no sugar, such as... Read more →


David C. Thomas of Glassboro Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting 83-Year-Old Woman

WOODBURY NJ--David C. Thomas, age 41, of Glassboro NJ was found guilty January 25 of first-degree aggravated sexual assault on an 83-year-old woman in her Glassboro apartment on July 23, 2015. A jury that deliberated about five hours also found Thomas guilty of simple assault but not guilty of aggravated assault, criminal sexual contact, terroristic threats or aggravated sexual assault with force or coercion. The woman subsequently died of causes not directly related to the 12/14 incident but the jury in Thomas’s trial saw the video from a police officer’s body camera of her speaking about Thomas’ actions. In addition, a... Read more →


Taxpayers for Common Sense: Building a Wall of Waste

This week President Trump signed an executive order to begin the process of building a wall along the U.S./Mexico border. The work on the wall is slated to begin within months. President Trump's new order relies on the authorities under the Secure Fence Act which was signed into law by President George W. Bush in October of 2006. As we wrote at the time: “In addition tothe project’s staggering cost, there are certainly significant questions about how effective a strategy it is to build a wall to seal the borders. Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano (D) sums it up: ‘Show me a... Read more →


DOGS CAN GET THE FLU TOO!

Scientists Develop New Flu Vaccines for Man's Best Friend Source Newsroom: University of Rochester Medical Center It's that dreaded time of year -- flu season. And we humans aren't the only ones feeling the pain. Dogs can get the flu, too. Scientists at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry have developed, for the first time, two new vaccines for canine influenza. image courtesy of http://clipart-library.com/ Newswise — It's that dreaded time of year - flu season. And we humans aren't the only ones feeling the pain. Dogs can get the flu, too. Scientists at the University of Rochester... Read more →


LVC Places 126 Student-Athletes on MAC Fall Academic Honor Roll, Four NJ Residents Chosen

ANNVILLE, PA (01/27/2017)-- More than 120 Lebanon Valley College student-athletes have been named to the Middle Atlantic Conference's (MAC) Fall Academic Honor Roll, emphasizing the Flying Dutchmen's commitment to classroom success. The academic honor roll is comprised of student-athletes who compete in a varsity level sport and registered a term/semester GPA of 3.20 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher. A record 1,463 MAC student-athletes who competed in men's and women's cross country, field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball earned honor roll recognition. Local athletes recognized include: Cooper Fiadino of Egg Harbor Twp. (08234). Fiadino, a graduate of Egg... Read more →


CNB CRIME: Maple Shade Police Arrest Two in Healthcare Insurance Fraud Scheme

January 27, 2017 For Immediate Release Maple Shade, NJ --Chief Gary C. Gubbei announced today the successful arrest of two individuals that committed healthcare insurance fraud and theft after a two month long investigation. Salvatore A. Yacovelli, 45, of Barrington, NJ and Gina M. Yacovelli, also known as Gina Jean, 37, of Barrington, NJ were each charged with 2nd degree Insurance Fraud and 3rd degree Theft. Salvatore A. Yacovelli was processed and released pending Court on Wednesday 1/25/17. Gina M. Yacovelli was processed and released pending Court on Thursday 1/26/17. Salvatore A. Yacovelli while employed by the Maple Shade School District... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Hunter Arrested for Killing Three Pied-Billed Grebes

Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Jan. 16-22. The endangered Three Pied-Billed Grebes with her babies (image courtesy of Pinterest) DOVER, DELAWARE(Jan. 27, 2017) –On Jan. 19, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police arrested Alfred M. Lee, 29, of Ocean View, for three counts of possession of an endangered species following an investigation. Officers received several tips from concerned citizens after Lee posted a picture online of three Pied-billed Grebes he had shot while waterfowl hunting near Frankford. Lee was arraigned at Sussex County Justice of the Peace Court 3, where he pled guilty and was fined $366, including court... Read more →


BOXING: Berchelt beats Vargas; Miura stops Roman

INDIO, California, January 28, 2017 – Fans saw the first "Fight of the Year" candidate for 2017 Saturday at the Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California. But it was the co-main event that provided the superior fireworks. In the main event, a determined Miguel "The Scorpion" Berchelt of Mexico battered Francisco "El Bandido" Vargas all over… Read more →