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February 2018

Coughlin Scores 19 as Lady Lions Down Salem

Gloucester City High School Senior Kylar Coughlin netted 19 points in a 35 - 23 Group 1 Quarterfinal matchup with Salem, The win moves the Lady Lions into a SJ Group 1 Semi Final against 6 seed Woodbury Game time is 4:00 Friday in the Gloucester Fieldhouse Photo Courtesy of Bruce Darrow Pictured below Gloucester Senior Kylar Coughlin and Meghan Ferry Pictured Below Gloucester Freshman Aylson Velez Read more →


REPORT: ANTI-SEMITIC INCIDENTS IN NJ ROSE 32% IN 2017

A report released Tuesday by the Anti-Defamation League says the number of anti-Semitic incidents in New Jersey increased by 32 percent in 2017, compared with the previous year, MyCentralJersey.com reports. New Jersey had the third highest number of incidents in the country, behind New York and California. Bergen County had the most incidents in New Jersey with 40, up from 28 in 2016. MURPHY CREATES JOBS AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order Tuesday creating an economic advisory panel modeled on the federal government’s Council of Economic Advisers, NJ Spotlight writes. The 12-member Jobs and Economic... Read more →


Edgewater Park Man Shoots Wife, Then Takes Own Life Inside Residence

EDGEWATER PARK TOWNSHIP, NJ (FEBRUARY 28, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Edgewater Park Township Police Department Chief Gene J. Di Filippo announced that an Edgewater Park man shot his wife multiple times before taking his life inside of their residence early this morning. Edgewater Park Township police officers responded to the 200 block of Roosevelt Avenue just after 1 a.m. and found Michelle Moses-Martin, 46, outside with gunshot wounds to her chest. Her husband, 57-year-old Gregory Martin, emerged briefly onto the front porch of their residence before going back inside. Members of the New Jersey State Police Technical Emergency... Read more →


Judge Sides With Trump in Challenge to Mexico Border Wall

February 27, 2018BIANCA BRUNO FILE – This Oct. 26, 2017 file photo shows prototypes of border walls in San Diego. (AP Photo/Elliott Spagat, File) SAN DIEGO (CN) – A federal judge in San Diego sided with the Trump administration Tuesday, finding the federal government has the authority to waive environmental laws to speed up construction of a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Acknowledging the “heated political debate” over President Donald Trump’s aim to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel wrote in a preface to his 101-page order he “cannot and does not consider... Read more →


SJ Field Hockey Team Raises $800 for Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Washington Twp

Glassboro, NJ (February 28, 2018) – For the second year in a row, the Glassboro Intermediate School girls’ field hockey team made a very special donation to the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Washington Township, NJ. The team raised $800 in honor of Glassboro High School teacher and cancer survivor Michele Keating, who, in 2015, received treatment at the facility, which was then called Kennedy Cancer Center. In 2016, the girls also donated $600 in honor of Ms. Keating. The girls’ field hockey coach, Gloria Byard, is a retired Glassboro High School teacher and former colleague of Ms. Keating. The... Read more →


Lawsuit: 100,000 Noncitizens Registered To Vote In Pennsylvania

CNBNewsnet files Shadow voters. Via Washington Times: More than 100,000 noncitizens are registered to vote in Pennsylvania alone, according to testimony submitted Monday in a lawsuit demanding the state come clean about the extent of its problems. The Public Interest Legal Foundation, which has identified similar noncitizen voting problems in studies of Virginia and New Jersey, said Pennsylvania officials have admitted noncitizens have been registering and voting in the state “for decades.” But state officials have stonewalled PILF requests for access to the data that could expose the problem, the group says in a lawsuit filed in federal court in... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Voorhees Police Chief Appreciates Residents for Participating in Forum

I wanted to take a moment to thank all of our stakeholders and community members for participating in our recent School Safety Forum at the Voorhees Middle School. The forum produced productive and meaningful dialogue that we will be reviewing over the coming weeks to identify ideas, concerns, and solutions that were brought up by our community members and stakeholders to enhance and/or complement our robust existing school security programs. The members of the Voorhees Police Department strive to provide superior protection and safety for all of our service population. Providing these services cannot be achieved without collaboration, training, and... Read more →


3 MEN DETAINED ON 97-COUNT INDICTMENT FOR DRUGS, WEAPONS, GANG ACTIVITY

MAYS LANDING (February 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)- On Thursday, February 22, 2018, the Superior Court heard the last of the State’s motions to detain three males and one female charged under a 97-count indictment charging distribution of narcotics by members and associates of the South Side Mob criminal street gang, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Umar Salahuddin, 25, of Pleasantville, Isaiah Cooper, 28, of Pleasantville, Tariq Tucker, 26, of Mays Landing and Kiona Dorsey, 22, of Pleasantville, with possession of heroin and cocaine with intent to distribute, distribution of those substances, money laundering and conspiracy to commit those crimes. The... Read more →


Two Suspects Arrested for Dumping on Delaware's State Wildlife Areas

KENT COUNTY (Feb. 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) – DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police concluded multiple investigations into illegal trash dumping on state wildlife areas with the recent arrests of two downstate men in separate incidents. On Feb. 18, Ibis A. Ayala, 33, of Dover, (left photo)was charged with four counts of causing or contributing to the disposal or discharge of solid waste on the Division of Fish & Wildlife-owned Woodland Beach Wildlife Area near Smyrna and one count of driving with a suspended or revoked license. Ayala had previously been issued a criminal summons by Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources... Read more →


FBI Seeks Fugitive Wanted in Connection with Hell's Angels Motorcycle Gang Investigation

WHITE PLAINS, NY—The FBI Westchester County Safe Streets Task Force is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a man wanted in connection with an investigation into the Hell’s Angels outlaw motorcycle gang operating New Rochelle, New York. Agents and U.S. Marshals are searching for Christopher Slightam, who was released on bail after being arrested and charged in February 2017 on federal RICO and narcotics conspiracy charges. Slightam pleaded guilty and was ordered to surrender to U.S. Marshals in July 2017, but he failed to appear. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to... Read more →


LOVE YOUR MONEY: South Jersey Democrats Move to Protect Bistate Tax Deal with Pennsylvania

Walt Whitman Bridge across the Delaware River links Gloucester City with Philadelphia. New Jersey's constitution makes Gov. Phil Murphy one of the most powerful state executives in the country, but a group of Democratic lawmakers from South Jersey wants to take away some of that authority, all in the name of preserving their region's hard-fought economic gains. Read more →


Bishop Sullivan Orders Priests to Read Pro-Amnesty Letter to South Jersey Catholics

By The Staff _ Governor Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) restored millions of dollars in Planned Parenthood funding last week, providing a new windfall for the Garden State branch of America's largest abortion provider. Read more →


Slim Randles Home Country: Did You Ever Burn The Toast?

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet The guys were outside at the sale barn, sipping coffee in Styrofoam cups and waiting for someone to say something. Inside, the pitch of the auctioneer was heralding the glories of an old spavined milk cow, and fevered cattlemen were waving cards with numbers on them. It was quieter outside. Finally, it was Herb who spoke. “You guys ever burn the toast and then scrape it?” Toast, huh? Why not? “Used to do that a lot before the toasters got modern on us,” said Doc. “Hardly ever burn any more.” There was a period of coffee... Read more →


CSE starts Institute for Couples Therapy Education

Morristown, NJ – The College of Saint Elizabeth has started an Institute for Couples Therapy Education (ICTE) which will provide training and educational opportunities to N.J. licensed psychotherapists and doctoral students in the College's Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology program. The Institute represents a partnership between the N.J. Collaborative for Emotionally Focused Therapy (NJCEFT) and the Department of Psychology at the College to advance the mission of working with underserved populations with an emphasis on social justice in the field of mental health. The Institute can provide both APA-sponsored Continuing Education (CE) credits for psychologists, licensed mental health professionals including LPCs,... Read more →


Child Sexual Exploitation Ring; Collaborative Law Enforcement Efforts Dismantle Conspiracy

FBI press release In late 2015 through early 2016, vulnerable girls as young as 14 and 16 were being exploited as part of a sex trafficking ring run by a group of conspirators in Ohio and Indiana. But thanks to a joint law enforcement effort conducted by the FBI-led Toledo Child Exploitation Task Force, the ringleader of the conspiracy as well as the other six participants were eventually brought to justice and sentenced to lengthy federal prison terms. The case started in December 2015, when the Lima (Ohio) Police Department began investigating allegations of human trafficking and forced prostitution involving... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: CWD MANAGEMENT AREA TO BE ANNOUNCED

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has scheduled a press conference to announce the new Disease Management Area that will be established in response to chronic wasting disease being detected at a Lancaster County deer farm. The press conference is scheduled to be held Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. at the Game Commission’s headquarters, 2001 Elmerton Ave., Harrisburg. The Game Commission plans to livestream the press conference on its YouTube channel, where it also will remain posted to view at later times. Following the press conference, Executive Director Bryan Burhans also will be participating in a Facebook Live video to discuss... Read more →


Philadelphia Union Welcome Levi’s® As Club’s Proud Style Partner

Union first in MLS and one of three clubs in the world to engage in unique partnership with Levi’s®, joining French powerhouse Paris St. Germain as well as Germany’s St. Pauli CHESTER, Pa. (Feb. 26, 2018) – Philadelphia Union and Levi’s® today announce a unique partnership that will see the iconic clothing brand become the Proud Style Partner of the Philadelphia Union. Levi’s® will outfit the Union front office on game days, providing staff with a variety of looks that complement the Union brand – the first such arrangement with any brand in the league. The Union are just one... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing: Premier Outdoor Show is Thursday thru Sunday, March 1-4

Welcome to the World Fishing & Outdoor Expo in Suffern, NY, home of the Northeast's Premier Fishing, Hunting and Travel event. The show that just keeps getting better - over 2 million have made their way though the doors of the Rockland Community College to see what's arguably one of the top shows in the country. Whether your passion is freshwater fishing, saltwater fishing or hunting, you'll find it all here within easy reach of most of the tri-state area. Book trips to destinations from around the globe, compare and buy boats, see the latest hunting and fishing gear and... Read more →


6-time Deported Illegal Alien Wanted for 1996 Aggravated Homicide in Mexico Deported Again

EL PASO, Texas — An illegal alien wanted for aggravated homicide in Mexico, and who has been previously deported six times, was deported again Tuesday by officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). Gonzalo “El Chano” Juarez-Limon, 48, was turned over to Mexican authorities at the international boundary on top of El Paso’s Stanton International Bridge. He is wanted in Mexico for the 1996 murder of Manuel Monrroy Islas, according to a Mexican arrest warrant. Since 1999, Juarez-Limon has been removed from the United States six times. In December 2007, he was convicted of... Read more →


Delaware's Parks & Recreation fee season takes effect in state parks on March 1

DOVER (Feb. 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation reminds visitors to Delaware’s state parks that entrance fees will be in effect starting Thursday, March 1 through Nov. 30, 2018. Revenue generated from park entrance fees is used to manage 16 state parks and more than 26,000 acres of state park lands. Delaware’s state parks are primarily self-funded, with 65 percent of revenue to operate and maintain the parks generated by park users. The revenue is used for trail maintenance, environmental and recreational programs, visitor amenities, guarded beaches, management of campgrounds, cabins, and more. Daily park entrance fees... Read more →


The Cross and the Light

HATBORO, PA (CNBNewsnet)--Faithful throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are invited to attend the critically acclaimed Lenten production of The Cross and the Light, the larger-than-life, multi-sensory experience centered on the period of time surrounding Christ’s Passion through Pentecost. Thursday, March 8, 2018 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, March 9, 2018 10: a.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10, 2018 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saint John Bosco Parish 215 East County Line Road Hatboro, PA 19040 (Bucks County) The Cross and the Light presents the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus using Broadway-caliber video arts, acting, music, and singing.... Read more →


Learn South Jersey History in Winter Edition of ‘SoJourn,’ Magazine

Galloway, N.J. (February 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) – What could a Frenchman, a dog, a bottle of brandy and George Washington possibly have in common? The answer can be found in the fourth edition of SoJourn, Stockton University’s journal of South Jersey history, culture and geography. This issue features stories and pictures on the beauty of Elizabeth C. White’s famed Pine Barrens garden at Whitesbog, the ghost town of Calico, and the twist and turns of history and myth-making in South Jersey. SoJourn is a collaborative effort of local historians, Stockton students, and the South Jersey Culture and History Center (SJCHC). SoJourn... Read more →


TENSIONS RUN HIGH IN NJ SCHOOLS SINCE FLORIDA SHOOTINGS

Since the massacre at a school in Parkland, Florida, in which 17 people were killed, tensions have been running high in New Jersey schools, The Record reports. Dumont High School was placed on lockdown Monday after police became aware of a threat posted on social media. In Nutley, two juveniles were arrested over the weekend after a threat was reported to Abundant Life Academy. And in Mahwah, parents were notified that an elementary student, fearful of an earlier threat, had brought an airsoft gun to school. The Mahwah police chief says a surge in threats and false alarms is common... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic ice hockey holds off St. Augustine in Non-Public playoffs, advances to semis

SEWELL -- If the Gloucester Catholic and St. Augustine boys ice hockey teams played 10 times, they'd probably all be one-goal games with the results split evenly. The series' latest battle Monday afternoon was the fourth meeting between the schools in five weeks. Read more →


Rasheed Coleman of Bridgeton Charged with Forgery and Theft by Deception

CNBNewsnet files BRIDGETON, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Rasheed Coleman, age 36, of Bridgeton was charged by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office today (2/26/18) with five counts of forgery and a charge of theft by deception, specifically by falsifying time sheets while in a transitional program for injured workers. Coleman had been injured while employed by Industrial Staffing Services Inc., a New Brunswick NJ based firm, and this resulted in workers compensation through ReEmployAbility, a national provider of return-to-work and transitional employment programs. Coleman volunteered for Transition2Work, in which he was placed with a nonprofit and assigned light duty while earning wages from Industrial... Read more →