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January 2017

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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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.... 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... 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.... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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.... 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.... Read more →