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April 2017

Gloucester City a Hotspot for Artists, Writers

CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 28, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)-- Gloucester City, known in the ‘70’s and ‘80’s as a ‘party town’, where gatherings of young people often ended in arrests, is now being known as an enclave of authors and artists. Two local authors have seen success with their book collections: Joe Gorman’s “The Karma Cleaner” and before that, “Make Today Count” have gained popularity locally and on Amazon, as has Dawn Watson’s “Slices of Pi” trilogy, set in a little town called Pi, which mirrors Gloucester City. The characters in Watson’s books are based on people she knows and local... Read more →

NJ Residents Inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

BATON ROUGE, LA (04/26/2017)-- The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Levi Reed of Bridgeton (08302) was initiated at The College of New Jersey Danielle McCann of Cape May Court House (08210) was initiated at The College of New Jersey Meghan Sooy of Cherry Hill (08003) was initiated at The College of New Jersey Melissa Pliskin of Cherry Hill (08003) was initiated at The College of New Jersey Sophia Santo of Cherry Hill (08003) was initiated at The College of New Jersey... Read more →


SITES TO BE DEVELOPED OFF OCEAN COUNTY’S MANASQUAN INLET AND IN DELAWARE BAY (17/P36) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection’s artificial reef program has secured a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit to proceed with construction of two new reefs for recreational fishing, Commissioner Bob Martin announced today. A reef to be built off Ocean County’s Manasquan Inlet is part of a compromise the Christie Administration reached between recreational anglers and commercial fishermen over reef access that resulted in restored federal funding for the program. A second, previously planned reef to be developed in Delaware Bay will expand fishing... Read more →

Possible New Tool for First Responders: An Ice Bag to the Face

Newswise — A new study suggests a simple bag of ice water applied to the face could help maintain adequate blood pressure in people who have suffered significant blood loss. Blair Johnson, PhD, assistant professor at the University at Buffalo, will present his team’s work at the American Physiological Society’s annual meeting during the Experimental Biology 2017 meeting, to be held April 22–26 in Chicago. The researchers’ aim is to help prevent cardiovascular decompensation, a sudden precipitous drop in blood pressure that limits oxygen delivery to the heart, brain and other vital organs. Decompensation is a significant risk after blood... Read more →

Financial Fraud : Stock-Loan Scheme Costs Investors $100 Million

An elaborate and long-running financial fraud carried out by a Florida man and co-conspirators cost business executives and shareholders of publicly traded corporations more than $100 million—losses that in some cases forced companies to close their doors. Jeffrey Spanier, who was recently sentenced to eight years in prison for his role in the scheme, fleeced some very savvy businessmen, including CEOs. “These were sophisticated investors asking the right questions,” said Special Agent John Roberts, who investigated the case from the FBI’s San Diego Division along with Special Agent Bridgid Cook. “But because of Spanier’s deception, misrepresentation, and omission of facts,... Read more →

South Jersey Uber Drivers Suing the Atlantic City Yellow Cab

ATLANTIC CITY -- Hundreds of Uber drivers in South Jersey are suing the Atlantic City Yellow Cab Co., alleging taxi drivers have been fraudulently posing as drivers working for the rideshare service to steal their customers. United Drivers South Jersey -- a rideshare drivers group that serves South Jersey, Atlantic City and Philadelphia areas -- filed… Read more →


"The recent pledge by the Democratic National Committee chair to support only candidates who embrace the radical unrestricted abortion license is very disturbing. The Democratic Party platform already endorses abortion throughout the nine months of pregnancy, even forcing taxpayers to fund it; and now the DNC says that to be a Democrat--indeed to be an American--requires supporting that extreme agenda. “True solidarity with pregnant women and their children transcends all party lines. Abortion doesn't empower women. Indeed, women deserve better than abortion. “In the name of diversity and inclusion, pro-life and pro-'choice' Democrats, alike, should challenge their leadership to recant... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Tom Passwaters Sr., 1st Sport Fishing Elite Angler Award Winner

Photo: Thomas Passwaters Sr. with one of his state-record catches, a 6-pound, 7-ounce largemouth bass. DOVER (April 26, 2017) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife today announced the first recipient of the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament’s new Elite Angler award is Thomas Passwaters Sr., of Milford, a longtime avid angler and tournament participant. Anglers who earn Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament recognition for five different species within one calendar year will be designated as a Delaware Elite Angler and receive an award plaque commemorating their accomplishment. Any combination of saltwater and freshwater citations qualifies an angler for this award, although... Read more →

High School Baseball: Gloucester Catholic Explodes in the Third Inning with 9 Runs

RELATED: Gloucester Catholic High School CNB Sports BROOKLAWN, NJ (APRIL 27, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester Catholic baseball continued its unbeaten streak with today’s win over Wildwood High School on their home field in Brooklawn. The Rams jumped out to a 3-1 early lead in the first thanks to a double by Adam Bonomo followed by a double by Chris Turco. After the first, the Rams never looked back getting 9 more runs in the third and 4 more in the fourth inning ending the game on the 10 run mercy rule in the fifth. The final 18-2 GCHS. Drew Guldin earned the win... Read more →

DNREC Mosquito Control urges property owners to ‘Look About, Dump It Out!’

to eliminate standing water that can breed mosquitoes DOVER (April 27, 2017) – Through a new public awareness campaign beginning today, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Mosquito Control Section urges residential and business property owners throughout the state to empty all standing water sources, large and small, to reduce mosquito-breeding habitat on their properties. The “Look About, Dump It Out!” campaign will be featured in television and radio public service announcements, billboards and public outreach. “Any standing water left for four or more consecutive days has the potential to breed mosquitoes, whether it’s in the bottom of a boat... Read more →


Amtrak President Wick Moorman is expected to unveil the company's plans at a press conference this morning to improve Penn Station's infrastructure and operations in the wake of recent derailments, delays, and other issues at the country's busiest train station. NJ.com says the press conference will be about a "series of major track and switch renewal projects" aimed at improving the safety and efficiency of the station. NEWARK POLICE ROLL OUT BODY CAMERAS FOR COPS, DASHBOARD CAMERAS FOR CARS Panasonic has donated 80 cameras -- 65 body cameras and 15 dash cams -- to the Newark Police Department. NJTV says... Read more →

Officer Down: Corporal Stephen J. Ballard, Delaware State Police, Delaware

DOVER, DELAWARE (April 26, 2017)--Corporal Stephen Ballard was shot and killed while investigating a suspicious vehicle at a gas station on Pulaski Highway, near Salem Church Road, in Bear, Delaware. He made contact with two people he observed in the vehicle, at which point of the men began struggling with him. The man pushed Corporal Ballard away from him and began to run. After taking several steps he turned around and opened fire on Corporal Ballard, fatally wounding him. Responding officers apprehended one of the subjects at the scene. The second subject fled to his home where he barricaded himself... Read more →

Bye! Bye!: Political Correctness Fanatics Have Fox News Anchor Jesse Watters in Their Sights

During Wednesday night’s new primetime edition of “The Five,” host Jesse Watters announced he was going on a little vacation. Watters will be absent from the next two episodes of “The Five,” and from hosting his own program over the weekend. The longtime Fox personality and producer’s vacation was not previously announced and follows a big… Read more →

CNB TRAVEL : Philadelphia Attractions Cater To Differently Abled Visitors

Many Popular Philly Sites, Museums & Parks Offer Special Accessibility Philadelphia proudly offers its visitors the ability to explore popular attractions with a sense of independence. From the Liberty Bell to The Franklin Institute and the Barnes Foundation to the Please Touch Museum, the 17th-century city’s modern amenities accommodate travelers and explorers with special physical and developmental needs. As a special accommodation to residents of Pennsylvania, more than 30 Philadelphia-area attractions* offer $2 per-person admission for PA ACCESS cardholders and up to three guests. (For more information on this program, visit art-reach.org) Historical Sites & Attractions: Independence Visitor Center (IVC)... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA, PA--The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is pleased to announce the presentation of the relics of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina on the occasion of the 130th anniversary of his birth. The Saint Pio Foundation, in collaboration with the Capuchin Friars of Pietrelcina, has organized the first ever exhibition tour of his relics in the United States of America. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia will be the first stop on this tour. The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul will present the relics of Saint Pio during the weekend of May 6 – 8 with opportunities for prayer, veneration of the relics.... Read more →

Kennedy Health Alliance Unveils Latest Medical Practice

Voorhees, NJ – The latest Kennedy Health Alliance (KHA) medical practice was officially unveiled at a special Open House on Wednesday, April 26th. Garden State Infectious Diseases Associates, P.A., has joined Kennedy Health Alliance, with offices in Voorhees and Washington Township, NJ. The Grand Opening celebration was held at the Voorhees office and attended by Kennedy Health leaders, associates and members of the medical practice staff. Shown here cutting the ribbon is Infectious Diseases specialist Dr. Judith Lightfoot, medical director of the practice. She is flanked on the left by Kennedy Health President & CEO Joseph W. Devine and, on... Read more →

Consumers have 6 weeks to file for restitution from Radiate Athletics

Attorney General Shapiro Announces Settlement in Kickstarter Consumer Scam T-Shirt Case HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro has announced the office’s Bureau of Consumer Protection is settling a case against a suburban Philadelphia sports apparel business that raised $579,000 online from more than 8,500 consumers to create athletic shirts that purportedly changed colors in response to body temperatures – but failed to deliver the shirts as promised to many consumers. Kenneth E. Crockett Jr., the founder of Radiate Athletics (“Radiate”), of West Chester, PA, launched a campaign on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter, promising to create a line of shirts that... Read more →

Prosecutor Coffina Gets Firsthand Look at Burlco Areas Affected by Gun Violence

press release BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ (April 26, 2017)--Scott Coffina told members of the New Jersey Senate Judiciary Committee during the confirmation process that, if confirmed as Burlington County Prosecutor, one of his top priorities would be to address shootings and other violent crimes that have troubled certain areas of the county. He wasted no time getting started. One day after taking the oath of office on March 31, he set out on an overnight patrol with Willingboro Police Officer Curtis Hankey to see the township through a patrolman’s eyes in an effort to determine how its rash of gun violence... Read more →

Meet the man who's preserving your childhood TV memories

Guy Spiller is a special kind of archivist. Photo by Marius Bugge Guy Spiller next to his RCA machines. Like a lot of kids who grew up in Richmond, Virginia, during the ’60s, Guy Spiller loved The Sailor Bob Show, a locally produced children’s program about an artistic mariner and his posse of puppets. So it… Read more →


EVENT MARKS REVIVAL OF BEAUTIFUL OUTDOOR VENUE IN SUSSEX COUNTY TRENTON (April 26, 2017)-- The Bourbon Street Blues Festival, a family-oriented outdoors concert featuring a bounty of rhythm and blues artists, is coming to the Fields at Waterloo Village in Sussex County on Saturday, May 20, and Sunday, May 21, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today. "We are thrilled to bring this popular and relaxing event to the Fields at Waterloo," Commissioner Martin said. "This festival marks a revival for this great venue. Events such as this keep our parks vibrant places to visit and enjoy while... Read more →

CNB Medical: Three Offbeat Plastic Surgery Trends In 2017

From dimpleplasty to cheek reductions, plastic surgery options have definitely expanded from the more traditional enhancements. And the industry is booming. According to IMCAS, a group of plastic surgery and dermatology professionals, plastic surgery grew 8.3 percent worldwide last year to an estimated $8.9 billion. That figure is expected to increase to $9.8 billion this year,… Related articles Another Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure Kills A Woman In South Florida New Technique Improves Breast Reduction Outcomes Did Pamela Anderson Get Plastic Surgery? She Looks Unrecognizable During Recent Outing Woman wanted in N.J. plastic surgery death arrested in Colombia Survey: Hair Transplants... Read more →

Trump Ends Obama’s African Ebola Amnesty

Judicial Watch (APRIL 25, 2017)--In a refreshing move, the Trump administration is eliminating one of Barack Obama’s many outrageous amnesty initiatives, this one involving illegal immigrants from African countries affected by the Ebola virus a few years ago. The Ebola amnesty scandal got buried in the hoopla of the administration’s broad executive order protecting millions of illegal alien Mexicans and Central Americans, but it was just as alarming. Launched in 2014, the Ebola reprieve was issued separately—and quietly—via a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a humanitarian program that’s supposed to be short-term. Under the plan, the administration designated Liberia, Guinea and... Read more →

Alternatives Dignity Gala & Award Recipient

RARITAN, N.J. -- Brian Cige, Esq., was presented with the Dignity Award at the annual Alternatives Dignity Gala on April 1 for his pro bono work with client Marc Kraus who needed legal protection from an employer. Alternatives, Inc. provides comprehensive services to individuals and families with special needs in New Jersey. Pictured: Nancy Good, president of Alternatives Inc., Marc Kraus, Cige, and Linda Leparulo, Chair, Alternatives Board of Trustees. Related articles Police seized $171 from a N.J. man. It'll cost him $175 to get it back. Is Teacher Preparation Failing Students with Disabilities? Families of 9/11 victims might soon... Read more →

Glen Campbell’s wife shares health update on her beloved husband’s 81st birthday

From the moment Glen Campbell told the world about his Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis in 2011, country music fans have been concerned about how the sickness would progress and ultimately affect the life of the legend. That’s what happens when you love someone. RELATED: Glen Campbell’s musician son finds a way to keep his dad’s memory alive… Read more →

HS Baseball: Gloucester Catholic 3-Pennsville 1

RELATED: Gloucester Catholic High School CNB SPORTS PENNSVILLE, NJ (APRIL 27, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester Catholic and Pennsville battled Wednesday afternoon for five straight before the Rams took the lead in the fifth and held on for a 3-1 win. The pitching was strong on both sides. Pennsville got its lone run in the second inning. At the top of the fifth Rams’ Sam Punzi doubled driving in two runs. Angelo DeAngelis earned the win for Catholic. He pitched four innings, surrendering one run, two hits, striking out three, and walking none. Reliever Andrew Vail threw two and third innings. At the plate,... Read more →

CNB Crime: South Jersey Gymnastic Coach Charged with Child Sex Assault

GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NJ (April 26, 2017)--Joseph J. Catrambone, age 30, of Deptford Township NJ has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting two girls under age 13, one in October 2016 and one on two successive dates in March 2017 at a Williamstown NJ gymnastics center. In addition to three counts of sexual assault, Catrambone, a gymnastics coach, is also charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of simple assault against one of the girls on March 24, 2017. The charges allege Catrambone sexually assaulted that girl on March 23 and 24, where... Read more →

Commentary: Harden is the NBA MVP

Austin Darrow | CNBNewsnet The debate is over for the NBA MVP. Realistically it should be LeBron James, but that’s a different story, and the media and NBA have already made their minds up about the two candidates being James Harden of the Rockets and Russell Westbrook of the Thunder. Now Harden and Westbrook faced each other in the first round of the playoffs, and Harden did it with ease. You know why? Not because he is more talented, but because he includes the other four players on the court. Westbrook couldn’t define the word team if he had a... Read more →

The Most Expensive School Districts; Your Right to Know; Workers' Sick Leave Payouts; Buy/Sell Now

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet LOVE YOUR MONEY: New Jersey 101.5 radio station released an article on April 23 naming the most and least expensive school districts in New Jersey. Topping out Camden County with the most expensive cost per pupil was the school district of Camden City coming in at $29,455 per pupil followed by the Gloucester City school district at a cost of $25,148 per pupil. The numbers were released as part of the annual Taxpayers’ Guide to Education Spending. “The annual spending guide is a tool designed to provide transparency to New Jerseyans about how schools... Read more →

Gloucester City Police Arrest 18-Year-Old Suspect on Numerous Narcotic Charges

Dwain A. Brittingham GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 26, 2017)--Gloucester City police arrested a suspect on Tuesday, April 25 at the Quality Inn following a routine traffic stop. The police released the following statement: On April 25th. at 2:50 pm Ptl. George Spingler conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Budget Inn on Rt. 130. During the course of the stop, a passenger in the car, Dwain A. Brittingham (18), a resident of Camden City, was arrested for hindering apprehension after supplying a false name to the officer. Further investigation resulted in the recovery of a large amount... Read more →


4/23/2017 7:56:00 PM Box Score 1 | Box Score 2 CAMDEN, N.J. (April 23, 2017) – Sophomore second baseman Kevin Campbell (Elizabeth, NJ/Elizabeth) singled home an unearned run in the 11th inning of the nightcap to help the Montclair State University baseball team complete a sweep of a New Jersey Athletic Conference doubleheader against Rutgers University-Camden here Sunday. The Red Hawks won the opener, 4-2, and captured the marathon second game, 2-1. The same pitchers got the win and save in both games for Montclair State, as junior Anthony DiBlasio (Toms River, NJ/Toms River East) notched a pair of victories... Read more →

CNB TRAVEL: Philly Tours Explore History, Art, Food, Bridges & the Supernatural

Also Explore The Region By Foot, Trolley, Horse Or Smartphone Mural Arts Tour Visitors to Philadelphia can choose from an assortment of options to explore the region, including those of the air, automotive, audio, culinary, self-guided and water-based varieties. And the sightseeing fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Those who come out at night can join tours that feature behind-the-scenes action and, if so desired, spirits from beyond. Here’s a selection of tours available throughout the region: History Lessons By Day & Night: Bow Tie Tours – Learning about Philadelphia’s—and America’s—history through the true tales of real-life characters... Read more →

Grand Jury Indicts Middle Township Man on Sexual Assault Charges

For Immediate Release – April 26, 2017 Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor announces the Grand Jury indictment of Jay H. Gaskill III, 37 years old of Middle Township, NJ on sexual assault charges. On December 12, 2016, Gaskill was arrested and charged with Sexual Assault and Criminal Sexual Contact for an incident that occurred in 2015. Gaskill was transported to the Cape May County Correctional Center where he posted bail which was set at $50,000. The investigation was conducted by Detectives from the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, Special Victims Unit.... Read more →


Get ready for more NJ Transit delays – a lot more. NJ.com says tens of thousands of commuters who ride NJ Transit to and from New York Penn Station could face massive delays as Amtrak attempts to make urgent repairs that could shut down several tracks at a time. ICE ARRESTS OF UNDOCUMENTED UP 20% IN NEW JERSEY SINCE OCTOBER Arrests by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency are up 20 percent in New Jersey since last October, and removals by Newark ICE are up 30 percent from last year. NJTV says ICE officials blame the increase on new directives... Read more →

Cape May County Authorities Conduct Drug Raid, Arrest Wildwood Resident

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (April 26, 2017) - Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor and Wildwood Police Chief Robert Regalbuto announce the arrest of Duel Muniz- Rodriguez, 25 years old of Wildwood, NJ for the distribution of a Heroin. This arrest was the conclusion of a cooperative investigation between the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force and the Wildwood Police Department Detective Division. On April 20, 2017, Duel Muniz-Rodriguez was arrested during the execution of a Court authorized search warrant at his residence in the 4400 block of Pacific Avenue, Wildwood. Seized... Read more →

Obituary: Jacquelin T. Wunsch Age 74 Of Gloucester City

On April 24, 2017. Age 74. Of Gloucester City. (nee Robinson). Loving wife of 48 years to the late Joseph A. Wunsch, Sr. Loving mother of Joseph A. Wunsch, Jr. (Lisa), John Wunsch and Jason Wunsch. Cherished grandmother of Alexander, Jessica and Jeanine. Dear sister of Margie Smith and Mary Lou Barrett. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Jacquelin’s family would like to thank the staff of Marcella Center in Burlington for their wonderful care over the last 6 years. Relatives and friends are invited to her visitation on Monday morning, May 1st, from 10 to 11:30 AM at the... Read more →

CNB BUSINESS: More bad news for office leasing market in N.J.

Office leading deals in the first quarter in New Jersey has dropped to its lowest level in nearly a decade, the Wall Street Journal reported. The first quarter showed the state's office leasing market posted 1.75 million square feet of lease deals -- both new and renewed, according to real estate services firm JLL, the Wall… Related articles Sailthru inks five-year lease at One World Trade Center S'well deal: Bottle maker inks 25K sublease at Flatiron building Treasury not naming China a currency manipulator should be good for New York City real estate A home in N.J. costs how much?... Read more →

Brooklawn PD Arrest Burglary Suspect Harkaran Singh ; 24 People on Outstanding Warrants

March 2017 Press Release: BROOKLAWN, NJ (April 26, 2017)--Brooklawn Police on March 20 arrested a burglary suspect after an investigation of a break-in at Mickey's Auto on Route 130. The accused, Harkaran Singh, 26, of Gloucester City, was charged with burglary, theft, and criminal mischief. He was remanded to the Camden County Jail. Other crimes listed in the Brooklawn Police crime report include: 3/2/17 During the course of a motor vehicle stop of a taxi cab the rear passenger was found to lying about her identity. Tia L. Pratt, 36, of Camden was found to have active warrants for her... Read more →

Slim Randles Presents Home Country: The Tall Cowboy

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet Slim Randles “Well,” said Steve, the tall cowboy among us, “at least it’s Friday and we all have the weekend to look forward to.” Doc glanced up from his paper at the philosophy counter of the Mule Barn truck stop and world dilemma think tank. “Fastest Friday you’ll ever experience, Steve,” said Doc. “That’s about right,” said Dud. Steve got that confounded look on his face. “What do you mean by that?” “Today is Saturday.” “Well,” Steve said, shaking his head, “that flat wrecks this day all to pieces. “Hey,” said Dud, “it’s a pretty day.... Read more →

Frightening Video Shows a Pit Bull going after a 3-Year-Old Boy

Locals in Spring Valley, N.Y., that had for months complained about a pit bull running loose in the neighborhood and threatening people, complaints supported by video evidence, narrowly avoided an irreversible tragedy on Thursday. RELATED: A man put himself in harm’s way when two vicious pit bulls attacked his small dog — now all eyes are… Read more →

Op-Ed: Democrats Have A Catholic Problem

Bill Donohue | The Catholic League Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the Democrats and Catholics: Heath Mello has divided the Democratic Party. This is unusual given his low profile: he is running for mayor of Omaha, Nebraska. What makes him controversial among Democrats are his pro-life convictions. Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent, has taken the high road, prudently saying that although he favors abortion rights, there should be room for Mello in the Democratic Party. Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, disagrees—there is no room for people like him. Perez speaks for the base of... Read more →

Dr. Albert Bean and John H. Glenn Elementary Schools Safety Hero Program

PINE HILL, NJ--The Safety Heroes Program is an interactive and fun program for students in Pre-K and Kindergarten, created by Mrs. Leone of the Dr. Albert Bean School, during which students learn about safety in and out of their homes and schools. The program also teaches them about Stranger Danger, unsafe situations, family passwords, how and when to use the 9-1-1 system, the dangers of medicine/drug look-a-likes and continuing the basics on how to respect themselves and others. Classes at both the Dr. Albert Bean Elementary School and the John Glenn Elementary School are presented in a series of lessons... Read more →

Search Warrant in Gloucester Township Leads to the Recovery of a Marijuana Grow Operation

During the Same Week Chief Harry Earle Presents 3rd Gear Policing GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (April 25, 2017)--On April 17th – 19th Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle attended the sixth annual National Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit in Atlanta, GA where he presented the department’s successful 3rd Gear Policing model. Chief Earle has been promoting locally and nationally the GTPD 3rd Gear Policing Model which focuses on providing appropriate community based protective factors for at-risk youth and others in need. Such protective factors aim to assist young people from seeking dangerous substances to heal “emotional pain” which may later... Read more →

Hispanic Family Center of Southern N.J., Inc. Community Health Fair & Concert June 9th

Camden, NJ (April 2017) - On June 9, 2017, the Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Inc. (HFC) will host its annual Community Health Fair. In partnership with La Parada San Juan Bautista's celebration of culture and tradition, this impactful event provides hundreds of families from the community with education, health-related information, free health testing opportunities, and a chance for families to discover services within the community that can help them lead healthier lives. This occasion will take place in front of HFC's facilities on 29th Street, between Carmen and Federal. Street side parking is available throughout the surrounding... Read more →

CNB Travel: The 100 Best Things to do in Maryland (Part -Three)

Reviews by Jen | Special to CNBNewsnet (APRIL 26, 2017)Maryland is a great state to visit. There’s a wide mix of things to do here. The state is rich in American Revolutionary and Civil War history. It’s right on the Chesapeake Bay and has maritime roots. Plus, there’s parks, rivers, and even part of the Appalachian Trail here. Add the art, brews, and amazing food and you have a great all inclusive destination. Below is the last part of a three-part series on traveling to 100 best spots to visit in the state of Maryland. Links to the other two... Read more →

Gloucester City Police Arrest Suspect on Narcotic Charges During Routine Traffic Stop

Police said as a result of the arrest, the suspect forfeited his car and cash Michael K. Johnson GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 25, 2017)--Gloucester City Police arrested a suspect on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, on narcotic charges following a routine traffic stop at Railroad Avenue at Hudson Street. Police released the following statement. On April 18th. at 6:39 pm Det. Keith O’Donnell conducted a traffic stop on Railroad Avenue at Hudson Street. During the course of the stop, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo arrived and conducted an open air narcotics sniff around the exterior of the vehicle. K9 Demo... Read more →

Lindenwold Police Arrest Burglar

LINDENWOLD, NJ--Today, Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at 5:52 AM the Lindenwold Police Department responded to a reported suspicious person in the unit block of State Avenue. He was reported as a male in dark clothing carrying a bag; he had arrived in a small black car. On arrival, the car was located unoccupied. A search of the area located a 48-year-old black male dressed in dark clothes; he was detained for questioning and later arrested. A check of the area revealed a bag containing various burglary tools, a large quantity of rough cut copper tubing, a large TV and other... Read more →

Obituary: Mrs. Janice Nichols, age 55 of Gloucester City; Services Thursday and Friday

Janice Nichols Age 55 Of Gloucester City Janice Nichols (nee Quinton) of Gloucester City (formerly of Clifton) passed away suddenly on April 23, 2017 at the age of 55. Beloved wife of the late Michael Nichols. Loving mother of Koren Ricciardi (Claudio), Lauren Nichols and the late Melissa Hutchins. Cherished grandmother of Lucas and Benjamin Ricciardi. Cherished daughter of Anna May Quinton and the late Frank Quinton, Jr. Dear sister of Anna Summers, Frank Quinton III, Kathleen Koć, Virginia James, Joseph Quinton, Barbara Creato, Patricia Underwood, Judith Arthur and Carolyn Monteleone. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Janice... Read more →


NJ News Commons: Two appellate court judges on Monday rejected the state's appeal to censor The Trentonian newspaper in what many are calling a victory for press freedom in New Jersey. The Record says the judges shot down an appeal by the state Attorney General's Office to prevent the newspaper from publishing stories about a confidential child-abuse complaint obtained by a Trentonian reporter. 11 PERCENT OF 911 SYSTEM FEES SPENT ON OPERATION New Jersey has reportedly diverted roughly a billion dollars in funding for 911 services to other uses, and only about 90 cents of every dollar New Jerseyans pay... Read more →

Grace E. Kopfle, of Gloucester City; Former Owner of the White Dove's Gifts and Variety Store

Grace Kopfle, 70, (nee Tomlin) a longtime resident of Gloucester City, NJ died on April 24, 2017. Beloved daughter of Grace and the late Harry Tomlin, Sr. Dearest wife of 48 years to John “Jack” Kopfle. Loving mother of John (Patricia), David (Melissa), Michael (Kelli) and Daniel (Nicole). Cherished grandmother of John Jr., Austin, Brandon, Nicholas, Chad, Collin, and Carter. Beloved sister to Nancy Roskey, Robert Tomlin (Barbara), Susan Tomlin, the late Harry Tomlin Jr. and the late John Tomlin. Grace was the former proud owner of White Dove’s Gifts and Variety Store in Gloucester City. Relatives and friends are... Read more →

Asbury Park Happy Mondays

ASBURY PARK - Happy Mondays returns to the world famous Wonder Bar with a 2017 series starting Monday, May 1st! A big part of the Asbury Park local music scene for many years, the night of live music features independent bands and artists of all genres every Monday with doors opening at 7 PM, and music starting at 8:30 PM. As always, the evening is FREE and guests 21+ and over are welcome to join in on the fun. Asbury Park's reputation as a home to live music is thriving, with hundreds of live performances happening every year. Happy Mondays... Read more →