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December 2017

Trump De-Rails $13B Obama Plan to Fix Amtrak Tunnel Connecting New Jersey and New York

The two-track tunnel, which takes Amtrak riders and NJ Transit commuters to and from New York City, is over 100 years old and was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Courtesy of https://www.6sqft.com New York and New Jersey need to pick up the tab. Via FOX News: An Obama-era plan to have the federal government finance half of a $13 billion rail tunnel project ran into a red light Friday from the Trump administration. The plan, proposed under President Barack Obama in 2015, includes revitalizing a deteriorating Amtrak tunnel connecting New Jersey to New York City, repairing damage to a dual-tunnel... Read more →

Pennsylvania State Police Arrest 243 People for DUI over Christmas Holiday

Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) troopers arrested 243 people for driving under the influence during the three-day Christmas holiday from Dec. 23 through Dec. 25, 2017. Troopers were on the lookout for impaired drivers with high-visibility patrols and DUI checkpoints as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign. The total of 243 arrests is a decrease from 314 arrests made during the 2016 Christmas holiday driving period, which spanned four days. State police investigated 529 crashes over the long holiday weekend. Sixty of the collisions involved alcohol, 102 people... Read more →

Deputy Sheriff Zackari Parrish, Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Colorado

DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLORADO (December 31, 2017)--Deputy Sheriff Zackari Parrish was shot and killed today after responding to a disturbance call at an apartment complex at 3404 E. County Line Road, in Highlands Ranch, at approximately 5:15 am. Deputy Parrish and other deputies were speaking to the occupants of the apartment when one of them barricaded himself inside a bedroom. The man opened fire with a rifle, killing Deputy Parrish and wounding three other deputies. The three wounded deputies were able to retreat to safety. Responding officers, including regional SWAT team members, re-entered the apartment to rescue Deputy Parrish. The subject... Read more →

Arsenal found in Houston hotel atop New Year's Eve party

Houston, Texas, skyline. Hyatt Regency is the dark building near the middle with a copper-colored cylindrical restaurant atop its roof (Photo: Yelp) A man has been arrested on multiple charges after police located a small arsenal of guns on the top floor of the Hyatt Regency on Louisiana Street downtown, where a large New Year's Eve… Read more →

Bill Will Provide State Cop Retirees Free health benefits and Will Pad Pension Of Politicians

A lame-duck bill quietly making its way through the Legislature is intended to make sure the state continues to cover the full cost of health benefits for a small group of retired state troopers, according to its sponsors and New Jersey State Police union officials. But a version of the bill that has been passed by the Senate and approved by an Assembly committee reads as if it gives free health care coverage to many more retirees at greater cost to the state. But lawmakers later amended the bill to broaden the class of eligible retirees from those with 20... Read more →

Pine Hill New Year Eve's Event with Fireworks

Annual Pine Hill New Year's Eve Event December 31, 2017 6pm - 9pm Overbrook High School Join us for a night of family fun and help us usher in 2018 at the annual Pine Hill New Year's Eve event at Overbrook High School. 6:00pm - Magic by Ed in the Auditorium 7:00pm - David Cedeno 8 piece Orchestra in the Auditorium Family fun and face painting in the Gymnasium from 6:00pm-9:00pm Pine Hill Education Foundation and district PTOs will be selling refreshments and other items to benefit the students in the district. The Pine Hill Municipal Alliance will also be... Read more →


Cooper Ferry Partnership CAMDEN CITY, NJ--New Year, New Initiatives, New Business. The Momentum of Camden’s Revitalization continued in 2017 and 2018 is expected to be another ground-breaking year for the city. In this issue of Camden Rising we're providing some of the 2017 highlights from many of our partners throughout the city. As we embark upon a new year, we would like to give special thanks to Governor Chris Christie and Mayor Dana Redd for their work in the city. Strong alliances at every level of government have been critical in laying the groundwork for continued success in private investment,... Read more →

Mark Lyczak Charged with the Stabbing Death of Two Collingswood Women

graphic courtesy of wnmufm.org COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (December 31, 2017)--Mark Lyczak, 44, of Burlington County, was charged with the deaths of two Collingswood women and attempting to kill a third Burlington County woman on December 30, 2017. Collingswood Police responded to neighbors’ 9-1-1 calls regarding screaming coming from a residence on the 100 block of East Narberth Terrace at approximately 5:02 p.m. yesterday. When they arrived, they found two women who had been stabbed to death and another who had been seriously wounded. Colleen Brownell, 48, and Alysia McCloskey, 41, were pronounced deceased at the scene, while the surviving victim, a... Read more →

CAMDEN CITY NJ: Broadway East Demolition Begins to Make Way for Health Sciences Campus

CAMDEN CITY, NJ The Rowan University/Rutgers - Camden Board of Governors has initiated the demolition of buildings at the intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Broadway Avenue in downtown Camden to make way for Phase III of the Health Sciences Campus expansion plan. The approximately $800,000 demolition process is expected to be complete by late winter/early spring of 2018. A groundbreaking was held in October for Phase I of the campus, which is a $72 million Joint Health Sciences Center. The Health Sciences Campus is part of a plan to transform the “eds and meds” corridor in the city.... Read more →

Resolution to Consumers: Gym Membership Tips to Help Avoid Scams

12/29/2017 AG Shapiro: “Don’t let the ‘ball drop’ on your New Year’s plans to get healthy because of a bad gym choice.” HARRISBURG — Just in time for New Year’s, when Pennsylvanians resolve to get healthy through exercise and joining a health club, Attorney General Josh Shapiro is encouraging Pennsylvanians to carefully examine any contract they sign before joining a health club, and offering tips so they understand their legal rights. “New Year’s is a time when many Pennsylvanians decide to join gyms or health clubs to get healthy,” Attorney General Shapiro said. “I want consumers to know my office... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Snakeheads Studied to Learn their “Walk”

Department Helps Research Invasive Predator Researcher Noah Bressman in the lab, observing a northern snakehead’s ability to move on land Among wild creatures with strange legends attached to their name, the northern snakehead is said by some to be a fish that walks. The truth is this unwanted invasive species does move on land, if not by actually walking – and figuring out how they do it has captured the attention of one researcher. The Maryland Department of Natural Resourcesis helping Noah Bressman, a Ph.D. candidate at Wake Forest University, in his study of northern snakeheads’ mysterious locomotion. “The department... Read more →

15 Drug Dealers Operating in Southeast PA and Massachusetts Arrested on Felony Charges

Dealers Sold Heroin and Cocaine in Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties and Boston Area HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced felony charges against 15 persons for selling heroin and cocaine in Philadelphia and Montgomery Counties in a drug ring that extended its criminal activities to Massachusetts as well. Over a six-month period in 2016, the drug dealers transported and sold approximately 4 kilograms of heroin valued at $700,000 and 5 kilograms of cocaine valued at $500,000. The dealers sold the drugs in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, as well as Boston and Lawrence, Massachusetts. “These dealers trafficked heroin and cocaine... Read more →

For Eagles Fans: The Truth About The "Boo"

Philadelphia Clears The Record On The Nearly 50-Year-Old Santa & Snowball Incident Of 1968 Eagles Pride As the Christmas evening home game between the (12-2) Philadelphia Eagles and the (6-8) Oakland Raiders approaches, Philly braces itself for more references to the city’s infamous, 49-year-old, snowballs-at-Santa incident. VISIT PHILADELPHIA® would like to clear the record: The unfortunate debacle misrepresents Philadelphia’s place in history and present outlook. Here’s what really happened—and what Eagles fans are focusing on as 2017 turns to 2018. It’s time the rest of the country let this snowballed story melt. On December 15, 1968, the Eagles met the... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Firearm Deer Hunting Season Reopens Jan. 5

Additional Hunting Opportunities Begin Jan. 5 in Region B The Maryland Department of Natural Resourcesannounced today that the winter portion of the firearm deer hunting season opens Jan. 5 in Deer Management Region B, which includes all the state but its westernmost counties. Hunters with a valid hunting license may use firearms to harvest sika and white-tailed deer during this season. The season is open Jan. 5 and 6 in all Region B counties and Jan. 7 – on private lands only – in Calvert, Caroline, Carroll, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Kent, Montgomery, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, Washington (Zone 1)... Read more →

Washington Township Boys and Girls soccer teams voted teams of the year

(Washington Township, NJ) On Wednesday Dec. 20, 2017 Freeholder Jim Jefferson honored the Washington Township Girls and Boys Soccer Teams for their outstanding year. Freeholder Jefferson, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services said, “With both teams accomplishing so much this past season, they should be incredibly proud. With awards such as South Jersey Times Team of the Year, the achievements of these students will be remembered by the entire community.” The Girls team was awarded with the South Jersey Group 4 Title and South Jersey Times Team of the Year. The Boys team was awarded with the... Read more →


HARRISBURG, PA--Bipartisan legislation was reintroduced Dec. 14 in the U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C., by Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) and Debbie Dingell (D-MI) that would dedicate $1.3 billion in funding to help states address the needs for thousands of fish and wildlife species in trouble across America. Patterned after the Conservation and Reinvestment Act of 2000, which narrowly failed to clear Congress, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 4647) proposes to provide assured and sufficient funding to states to proactively conserve imperiled species identified in State Wildlife Action Plans. It is being championed by the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining... Read more →

Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Dec. 18-24

Reminder for the week: Time to renew your 2018 Delaware fishing license DOVER (Dec. 29, 2017) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Dec. 18-24 made 1,485 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters and the general public, issuing 10 citations. Officers responded to 31 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to assist the public. An increased Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police presence continued at the C&D... Read more →


Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 4 No. 28 (December 31, 2017) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we will post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe, age 17. Dave has been drawing since he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to be a cartoonist at the age of 8. He’s been distributing his comics in school since 3rd grade. (click image to enlarge) Read more →

Philadelphia Homicides Up; Mummers Preparations; NJ Polar Plunges Postponed

iradiophilly | News - CNBNEWS IMAGE FILES Philadelphia will end the year with the most homicides since 2012. As of Thursday, there have been 314 people killed in the city. That is 13% higher than 2016. There were 331 homicides in 2012. Philadelphia Police Captain Sekou Kinebrew believes that the opioid crisis is to blame for the rise as violence in the neighborhoods where the drugs are sold often leads to killings. However, other violent crime such as shootings, rapes and gun robberies are going down. It is too early to say exactly what is causing the uptick in deaths.... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Alert: Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving

The Gloucester Township Police Department wants everyone to enjoy the start of 2018. Please be safe and DONT DRINK AND DRIVE, BUZZED DRIVING IS DRUNK DRIVING. Stay safe this New Year’s with these tips: Don’t let anyone get behind the wheel of a car if you know he or she has been drinking. While remaining calm, suggest alternatives. Secure the person’s keys, and if you can’t stop someone, call law enforcement. Never get in the car with a driver who has been drinking. If you see suspicious driving activity, call law enforcement. Make sure friends who come over and plan... Read more →

Obituary: Anna May Quinton of Gloucester City

On December 28, 2017. Age 86. Of Gloucester City. (nee Greenan). Loving wife of 65 years to the late Frank Quinton, Jr. Loving mother of Anna (James) Summers, Frank (Joan) Quinton III, Kathleen (John) Koc, Virginia (William) James, Joseph (Deanna) Quinton, Barbara (Jeffrey) Creato, Judith Arthur, Carolyn (John) Monteleone. Predeceased by her daughters, Janice Nichols and Patricia Underwood; sister, Virginia Hawe and brother, Peter Greenan. Cherished grandmother of 28 and great-grandmother of 26. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Anna was born and raised in Camden City. She graduated from Camden City High School Class of 1949. Anna was a... Read more →


(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the Camden County Health Officer has extended the Code Blue Alert until Tuesday morning. The Health Officer issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7:00 p.m. on Dec. 28, 29, 30, 31 and Jan. 1 until 7:00 a.m. the following morning. In addition, the Code Blue will remain in place during the daytime hours on both Dec. 28 and Jan.1. “We are expecting the continuation of these dangerously frigid and breezy conditions through the weekend. Overnight... Read more →

Rutgers School of Business Students Assisting Hurricane Victims While Learning Lessons  

The Tigers group bake sale in the Campus Center By Jeanne Leong CAMDEN CITY NJ--While communities affected by last summer’s hurricanes are still recovering, some Rutgers School of Business–Camden students are raising funds through a class project that allows them to do good while learning. Seventy students in Melissa Fender’s two Organizational Behavior courses held events to raise money for hurricane relief. Cucarachas Voladoras group face painting event The 14 groups of students held events that included a dodgeball tournament, bake sales, and dinners at area restaurants. Some groups also created GoFundMe accounts to raise additional funds. The classes raised... Read more →

NYE Fireworks at the Camden City Waterfront

CAMDEN CITY, NJ--Ring in the new year at the Camden Waterfront with New Year's Eve Fireworks. Two Shows: 6pm and Midnight. For updates follow Camden Waterfront on Facebook Adventure Aquarium is also hosting "New Year's Eve SPLASH" - a fun family-friendly event right on the Camden Waterfront More info The Battleship will also open her decks on New Year’s Eve for guests to watch the 6pm or Midnight Fireworks shows over the Delaware River with music, food concessions and bar service. Click here for more info and to purchase tickets Read more →

Judicial Watch: U.S. Department of State Releases Clinton Server Emails from Weiner's Laptop

A Major Victory: Today, the U.S. Department of State began releasing Huma Abedin's work-related documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that were found on her estranged husband Anthony Weiner's personal laptop. This is a major victory. After years of hard work in federal court, Judicial Watch forced the State Department to finally allow Americans to see these public documents. We have been following this case closely because from our past experience we know that Abedin's emails include classified and other sensitive materials. The document are still being posted, but our team has seen enough to confirm that classified... Read more →

CNBNEWS February 2013 Archives: Pope Resigning Is Miracle For Church

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 CNBNews image files RELATED FREINDLY FIRE BY CHRISTOPHER FREIND | CNBNews Exclusive (cnbnews.net)Thank God for small miracles. Or, in this case, huge ones. The decision of Pope Benedict XVI to step down --- the first resignation in 600 years and only the fourth in history --- has given the Catholic Church an unprecedented opportunity to save itself. And since the eleventh hour is upon the Church, the Pope’s action could not have come at a better time. Whether the conclave of Cardinals takes advantage of this blessing or blows it all to hell remains to be... Read more →

CNB CRIME: West Deptford Police Arrest 10 Suspects for Possesion of Illegal Drugs

WEST DEPTFORD NJ (December 29, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--The West Deptford Police Department arrested 10 people between December 6 and December 19 on charges of possession of drug paraphenailla and illegal narcotic substances such as heroin and marijuana. Those incidents are marked below by CNBNews with an asterisk*. *On 12.6.2017, Anthony R. Duren Jr., 38, of Yeadon, PA was arrested on I-295 for possession of marijuana. He was issued a summons and released. On 12.6.2017, Keith L. Phillips, 26, of Upper Darby, PA was arrested on I-295 for being a fugitive from justice. He was lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility. On... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week:


by Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet Dawn Watson (CNBNews file photo) Firecrackers, horns, fireworks, loud people—these are the things that make up the celebration of a brand new year! Unfortunately, this revelry can turn into a nightmare for your dog. Prepare ahead of time to make Fido’s evening less stressful. If you are having a party at home, let people know that one room is ‘off-limits’ so your dog can relax in peace. A baby gate or his crate should do nicely when things start getting lively. Purchase or borrow a Thundershirt for him. It’s a wonderful investment for dogs that... Read more →

Maple Shade Township Police Alert: Remove Your Parked Cars from Snow Routes

Snow is upon us. Please remove parked cars from snow routes now, so that the snow plows can safely and effectively clear the roads. Residents, business owners, and property owners, are reminded that parked cars must be removed from the streets that are designated snow routes for the entire duration of the snow/storm event. Violators may be ticketed and/or towed. In addition, all residents, business owners, and property owners are strongly urged to remove all parked cars from the streets to allow for thorough cleanup, and to allow the safe passage of emergency vehicles. Snow routes can be found in... Read more →


Brooklawn Municipal Court Moved to Oaklyn

UPDATED/January 2, 2018--Ryan Giles, Brooklawn Borough Administrator was asked the reason for moving the Borough Court to Oaklyn. "The State of New Jersey wants to see more shared services and Oaklyn was a great fit to have a shared court. Our employee was hired by Oaklyn to continue as a court administrator." cutline... BROOKLAWN NJ--The Borough of Brooklawn would like to inform all residents that beginning January 1, 2018, Brooklawn Municipal Court will be moved to Oaklyn Municipal Court, which is located in the Borough of Oaklyn at 500 White Horse Pike Oaklyn, NJ Oaklyn Municipal Court is a joint... Read more →

Governor Wolf: More than 10,000 Patients Registered for Medical Marijuana Program

image source https://www.health.harvard.edu/ Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania Department of Health today announced that 10,135 patients have registered to participate in the medical marijuana program, with 1,188 certified by a physician to participate. “Patients have started to receive their medical marijuana identification cards, bringing us one step closer to getting medication to patients in the next four months,” Governor Wolf said. “Our grower/processors are well underway, and our dispensaries are approaching the point where they will be ready to open their doors. Patients who are desperately waiting for this medication will soon find relief.” To date,... Read more →

January Flu Clinics in Gloucester County

(Sewell, NJ) As the end of the year approaches, so does the end of the free flu shot program provided to residents by the county. The Gloucester County Department of Health and Human Services would like to remind residents who have yet to obtain flu vaccinations that it is not too late to get their immunizations before this opportunity is gone. No appointments are needed to get a flu shot. Since the beginning of September, the county has provided 9,840 flu shots thus far. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, “The flu clinics have been providing free immunizations to county... Read more →

CNB Crime: Submit a Tip to the ATF

The fight to protect our communities is not just up to law enforcement; it’s a partnership between your community and law enforcement. We look to you who live in these communities we protect to provide us with information about gun violence. To make our communities safer, ATF is launching a new way to collect your tips involving firearms or to provide leads to help us prevent crimes from happening. Using your phone, tablet or computer, you will be able to tell us instantly and anonymously about crimes that may be happening in your communities that involve firearms, explosives, violent crime,... Read more →

Washington Township Youngster Raises $1,005 for Children in Need

(Washington Township, NJ )(December 26, 2017) - On Nov. 25, 2017, five year old Jordan Slippi-Mensah set up a curbside homemade hot cocoa stand, selling cups for $1 each in hopes of making money to purchase Christmas gifts for children and families in need. The Whitman Elementary School Kindergartner wanted every child to be able to have a gift waiting for them on Christmas and his goal was achieved when he was able to buy over 130 gifts with the money brought in by the community totaling approximately $1,005 in total. In its three hours of operation, the hot cocoa... Read more →


GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ-- If you are 70½ years old or older, you have the ability to impact Gloucester Catholic and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 from your IRA directly to a qualified charity without having to pay income taxes on the money. Save on your taxes and make a difference at Gloucester Catholic by taking advantage of a law that became permanent in December 2015. For more information, contact Joe Calabro at jcalabro@gchsrams.org. source Gloucester Catholic High School Read more →

Kingsway Girls and Boys Cross Country teams honored

(Woolwich Township, NJ) - On Monday Dec. 18, 2017 the 2017 Kingsway Girls and Boys Cross Country Team was honored by Freeholder Jim Jefferson, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services, for their outstanding achievements this past season. Freeholder Jefferson said, "The amount of awards and honors received by the boys and girls cross country teams both together and individually shows just how much a group can achieve when they are dedicated and put their minds toward reaching their goals." The boys and girls Cross Country teams received awards for the Gloucester County Championship, Tri County Conference Championship,... Read more →

Camden County PD Issues Motor Vehicle Theft Alert

(Camden City, NJ)December 29, 2017 – The Camden County Police Department has seen an increase in motor vehicle thefts recently and is advising residents to be on alert and take precautions to reduce the chance of their vehicle being stolen. In recent weeks, there have been multiple motor vehicle thefts around the city, including neighborhoods in South Camden and East Camden. Residents are advised to take the following precautions to avoid having their vehicles stolen or broken into: - Lock your car, even when you are inside the vehicle. - Always take your keys with you and do not leave... Read more →

Mantua Township Police Department Hiring

The Mantua Township Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Please visit www.mantuatownship.com/police for details or www.policeapp.com to apply. Come join a department with a rich history in a fast growing town with plenty to do. We are a progressive department where new officers can quickly grow, learn, and find a niche. We are looking for driven officers who want to get out there and create a better place to live for the residents we serve. Address/Location Mantua Twp. Police Department, NJ 405 Main Street Mantua, NJ 08051 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-468-1920 Read more →

Gloucester City Police and Other Agencies Conduct Two Narcotic Raids in City

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 29, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department with assistance from other agencies conducted two narcotic raids over the past week one today, December 29 in the unit block of South Burlington Street and the other on December 22 in the 900 unit block of Gaunt Street. The police released the following information regarding those raids. On the morning of December 29th. the Detective Bureau, K9 Unit and Directed Patrol Unit, along with the Camden County Sheriff’s Department S.E.R.T. Team executed a narcotics search warrant at a residence in the unit block of S. Burlington Street, culminating an... Read more →

Report of CDS Activity Leads to Two Arrests

LOWER TOWNSHIP – On December 28th, 2017, the Lower Township Police Department received reports of possible narcotics activity near the Villas WAWA. Ptlm. Kevin Boyle Jr. responded and located the vehicle, which was alleged to be involved. The two occupants of the vehicle were identified as Brandon S. Pfaff and his brother Robert E. Pfaff III, both are unemployed and they live in the 100 block of Woodland Avenue, in the Fishing Creek Section of Lower Township. A warrants check of the subjects revealed that Robert Pfaff had multiple outstanding warrants, including a no bail warrant from the Cape May... Read more →

Handyman Michael V. Reichenbach Crashes Stolen Vehicle in Lower Township

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ --Wednesday, December 27 at approximately 11:15 p.m., Lower Township Police officers, as well as the Lower Township Rescue Squad and the Villas Fire Department, responded to the first block of Arizona Avenue in the Villas section of Lower Township for the report of a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Upon officers’ arrival, an overturned motor vehicle was observed in the roadway on Arizona Avenue and the 35-year-old driver, Michael V. Reichenbach, was still inside the motor vehicle. Michael V. Reichenbach was assisted out of the motor vehicle by members of the Villas Fire Department. The accident investigation... Read more →

Obituary: Helen I. MacBride of Mt. Ephraim

Helen I. MacBride on December 28, 2017 of Mt. Ephraim. Age 89. Beloved wife of the late George MacBride. Devoted mother of Nancy Schiavo (Michael). Loving grandmother of Christina Perozzi (John), and Michael Schiavo (Lauren). Great grandmother of John, Tyler, Leah, Julianna and Maci. Dear sister of the late Peggy O’Connor. Also survived by cousins, nieces and nephews. There will be a viewing Wednesday, from 9am to 10:30am at the GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 10:30am at the funeral home. Interment Woodbury Memorial Park, Woodbury. Donations may be made in Helen’s memory to the Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, 5... Read more →

Richard Krimmel of Blackwood, Audubon High School Alumnus, US Navy Veteran

Richard d Krimmel, on November 30, 2017, of Blackwood. Age 85. Loving husband of the late Loretta. Beloved brother of Betty Ellis, Jane Engle, and the late Blair, Bob, and Jack. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Richard was the President of the Audubon High School Class of 1950, where he was also a football player. He proudly served with the US Navy. Richard was a member of the Blackwood United Methodist Church and worked for RCA for many years. He loved to fish. There will be a visitation from 10 to 11am Friday, January 5, 2018, at GARDNER... Read more →

Lewis F. Souder Vietnam War Veteran; Member of VFW Post 3620 and Brooklawn American Legion

On December 18, 2017, of Gloucester City, NJ, age 69. He is the beloved son of the late Charles and Thelma Souder, loving brother of Charles Jr., James, Donald and the late Lawrence Souder and dear friend of Linda Nilan. Lewis was a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corp. serving during the Vietnam Conflict. He was a member of the Townsend C. Young VFW Post #3620 and the Brooklawn American Legion. Lewis’ funeral service will be private and held at the convenience of his family Arrangements have been entrusted to ETHERINGTON-CRERAN FUNERAL HOME, GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ. Read more →

George W. Smith, former Owner of Superior Pizza, Gloucester City HS Alumnus Class of '60

George William Smith, 77, of Brevard, North Carolina, went home to be with his George William Smith Lord and Savior on December 27, 2017; surrounded by family and friends, following a short illness. George was born in Camden, New Jersey on November 8, 1940 to George William Smith Sr. and Evelyn Mary Smith (Quinn). A former resident of Gloucester City, NJ, he graduated from Gloucester City High School in 1960. George was married to Barbara A. Smith (Jones) on September 10, 1960; they were married 57 years. George was the owner of Superior Pizza in Westville, New Jersey for several... Read more →

Resident's Video Camera Helps Solve Hit-and-Run Accident; 10-Year-Old Driving the Vehicle

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 29, 2017)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police charged a man with numerous traffic violations following an investigation into a traffic accident on Mercer Street near King Street. The man was also charged with cruelty and neglect of children for allowing a 10-year-old to drive his vehicle. According to the weekly crime report on Wednesday evening, December 27, at 9:47 pm Ptl. Joe Eller responded to the area of Mercer Street at King for a report of a driver that struck a parked vehicle and fled from the scene. Further investigation resulted with the recovery of surveillance video from a... Read more →

NJ Grand Jury Declines to Return Indictment in Connection With In-Custody Death of Man

TRENTON – A state grand jury declined to file any criminal charges at the conclusion of its deliberations regarding the death of Marshall Zamor, 39, of Sicklerville, N.J., who died while in the custody of the New Jersey State Police after being arrested on a drug charge on the Atlantic City Expressway on March 29, 2017. Because the death occurred after Zamor was arrested and while he was in police custody, it was investigated by the Attorney General’s Shooting Response Team under the Attorney General’s Directive on Police-Use-of-Force Investigations. The Shooting Response Team is made up of investigators from the... Read more →

"Personal dislike of President Trump" is driving the Media's tax reform "misinformation"

Did you know that a December 16 thstudy by the liberal Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) concluded that, thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, New Jersey families and businesses would ... Read more →

Gloucester Twp. Police Capt. Brian McKendry Graduates From FBI National Academy (video)

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (December 28, 2017)-- Friday December 15th, Captain Brian McKendry graduated from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico Virginia. The 270th session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 49 states. Included in the class are members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, twenty international countries, three military organizations and four federal civilian organizations. Internationally known for its academic excellence, the National Academy program, held at the FBI Academy, offers eleven weeks of advanced communication, leadership and fitness training for selected officers having proven records as professionals within their agencies. Training... Read more →