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May 7, 2018

Obituary: Genevieve L. Weimer Age 76 of Gloucester City

On May 5, 2018. Beloved mother of, John Weimer, Carl Weimer, Sr. (Michele), Aaron Beebe (Angel); grandchildren, Carl Weimer, Jr., Desiree Beebe, Kayleigh Bender, Anthony Beebe, Aaron Beebe; great-granddaughter, Isabella Hernandez, sister, Katherine Boone, Esther Anderson, Pauline Hughes and Helen Vogel. Genevieve was predeceased by her husband, Aaron C. Beebe in 1989 and her son, Bernard Weimer in 2005 and... Read more →

Officer Down: Deputy Sheriff William J. Gentry Jr., Highlands County, Florida

SEBRING, FLORIDA (MAY 7, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Deputy Sheriff William Gentry succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained the previous night while responding to an animal abuse call at a home in the 200 block of Baltimore Way in which a homeowner's cat had been fatally shot with a pellet gun. He and a deputy he was training had responded to the victim's home.... Read more →


Bruce Springsteen made a surprise appearance at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park on Sunday as the New Jersey Hall of Fame inducted a class of 17 luminaries, NJ.com writes. Springsteen, who was inducted to the hall in 2008, honored Steven Van Zandt, a member of the E Street Band who also had a role in the TV series “The... Read more →

Lower Township Police Recover Stolen Jeep

LOWER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 7, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--On May 6, 2018, at approximately 9:17 p.m., the Lower Township Police Department received a 9-1-1 call from a female advising that her vehicle had just been stolen from her driveway on East Pacific Avenue in the Villas section of Lower Township. The reporting party said she started her vehicle to warm it up prior... Read more →

Obituary: Mamie Grillo, age 94, of Vineland

Vineland – On April 29, 2018. Age 94. Formerly of Maple Shade. Mamie was born in Maple Shade on December 4, 1923. Predeceased by her parents: Pasquale and Rose Grillo and her siblings: Joseph, William and James. Survived by her loving and devoted caregivers at Vineland Developmental Center. Catholic Graveside Service were held on May 4, 2018 at Laurel Lawn... Read more →

Milton “Reb” Light Jr., of Gloucester City; World War II Army Veteran; Past Member of IBEW Union

Milton “Reb” Light Jr GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (May 7, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Milton “Reb” Light Jr., 94 years old, long time resident of Gloucester City, NJ, passed away quietly in his sleep on April 29, 2018 in Santa Monica, Ca. Born August 8, 1923, Chattanooga, TN. and was the only son of Milton and Dorothy Light. A World War II Army Veteran with... Read more →

For Mothers with Advanced Cancer, Parenting Concerns Affect Emotional Well-Being

UNC Lineberger's Eliza Park, MD. Newswise (CNBNewsnet)— CHAPEL HILL – Parenting concerns contributed significantly to the psychological distress of mothers with late-stage cancer, according to a study by University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers. Cancer is the leading cause of disease-specific death for parenting-age women in the United States, and women with incurable cancer who have children... Read more →

Wildwood Man Found Guilty of Aggravated Assault and Theft

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (May 7, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland announced on Wednesday May 2, 2018 a Cape May County Jury convicted Ronray Harris, a 40 year old male from Wildwood, of Aggravated Assault (second degree) and Theft from a Person (third degree). On February 23, 2017, Harris stabbed another individual and committed... Read more →

Summer on the Philadelphia Waterfront

The BIGGEST Opening Weekend Yet Mark those calendars, save the date, clear your other plans -- the parks on the Delaware River Waterfront open next weekend with a host of FREE events all weekend long. Think giant craft market at the Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, a throwback DJ night at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, circus performances, and the largest... Read more →

Alarming Suicide Rate Jolts Texas Community Into Action

By Charlotte HuffMay 7, 2018 Doug McSwane and Mary Mozelle “Mo” McSwane look at photos of their son Patrick, who took his life in 2012. His suicide propelled the McSwanes to raise awareness of suicide in Tyler, Texas. (Charlotte Huff for KHN) TYLER, Texas — In the heart of northeast Texas, Tyler’s rolling landscape is dotted with churches and historical... Read more →

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence Make History in Dallas

NRA photo (DALLAS TEXAS, MAY 6, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--For the first time in the organization’s history, a sitting president and vice president both addressed NRA members at the 147th Annual Meetings in Dallas on Friday during the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. This makes the second year in a row that President Trump's visit is one for the history books. Last year, he became... Read more →

Family Caregivers Are Getting A Break — And Extra Coaching

Lynne Shallcross:May 1, 2018/republished with permission of Kaiser Health News Lorena Bradford (left), head of accessible programs at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., leads a March 5 session of the Just Us program. The program gives adults with memory loss and their caregivers a chance to explore and discuss works of art in a small-group setting. (Lynne... Read more →

State Revokes License of Cherry Hill Doctor for Indiscriminately Prescribed Painkiller “Subsys”

TRENTON NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs today announced that the State Board of Medical Examiners (“the Board”) has revoked the license of Dr. Vivienne Matalon, finding that the Cherry Hill family physician engaged in gross negligence and professional misconduct in indiscriminately prescribing the highly- restricted fentanyl spray “Subsys” to three patients who did... Read more →

Multi-Alarm Car Fire on Walt Whitman Bridge

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (May 6, 2018)-- The Gloucester City Fire Department on Saturday, May 6 responded to the Walt Whitman Bridge at 3:18am. Battalion 504 & Squad 51 along with Rescue 1 (Camden City), and Engine 49/Ladder 27 (Philadelphia) responded to the Walt Whitman Bridge for a Rescue Assignment involving a motor vehicle accident and was reportedly on fire. The... Read more →

Innovative vaccine offers canine cancer patients a shot at a longer, happier life

Penn Vet's Dr. Nicola Mason is leading a multi-institutional clinical trial evaluating an immunotherapy approach to treat dogs with osteosarcoma, a cancer of the bone Osteosarcoma is the most common bone cancer to affect dogs. It is a painful and aggressive disease. Affecting more than 10,000 dogs annually, predominantly larger breeds, it kills more than 85 percent within two years.... Read more →

Inroads Made with Lacey Township! FREE Common Sense Gun Safety Training For Students!

Alexander Roubian | New Jersey Second Amendment Society LACEY TOWNSHIP NJ (May 6, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--For those that are unaware, two high school students in Lacey Township were recently suspended for posting pictures of themselves at a shooting range. Although the questionable pictures were never made public, and the school is barred from discussing student situations due to privacy laws, NJ2AS immediately... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on College Students from NJ

CNBNews graphics file UF Students Participate in 2018 Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity FINDLAY, OH (05/02/2018)-- Students at the University of Findlay recently participated in the annual Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity. Held on campus, undergraduate and graduate students were given the opportunity to share their research, creativity and professional learning experiences with the University and community. Local students include:... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Just Sayin':The Tall & Short of It

Dawn O Watson/CNBNewsnet I’m getting shorter. When I was a kid, I was always the tallest person in my group. It didn’t matter if the group included boys, I was always the biggest one. Later on, in high school, a few of the boys caught up, then surpassed my tree-like height, but I was always the biggest girl. I remember... Read more →

CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

CNBNews graphics file MBU Theatre Student Keith Taylor of Deptford Travels to Abu Dhabi STAUNTON, VA (05/01/2018)-- Keith Taylor of Deptford traveled to New York University Abu Dhabi for the Global Shakespeare Student Festival. Joining other students from around the world, they attended workshops, soaked up the country's culture, and performed scenes inspired by the festival theme of Pericles. Founded... Read more →

Menendez, Booker Urge Funding of Juvenile Justice Programs

Senator Menendez left and Senator Booker (photo courtesy of Politica NEWARK, N.J. (May 4, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker today joined a group of 17 senators in calling for robust funding for seven juvenile justice programs that help divert kids away from prison and into community services. In a letter addressed to Senate Appropriations Commerce, Justice,... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Junior Hunter Field Day Set for May 19

Registration Open to Budding Outdoor Enthusiasts The Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites young Marylanders with an interest in fishing, hunting, shooting sports or wildlife management to a free Junior Hunter Field Day at the Western Maryland 4-H Center in Garrett County May 19. The event is designed for youth aged 8 to 16. Participants will have the opportunity to... Read more →


HARRISBURG PA (CNBNewsnet)--Several Pennsylvania Game Commission biologists recently were recognized for their outstanding contributions to wildlife management. The Northeast Section of The Wildlife Society, an organization representing 11 states in the northeastern U.S., presented certificates of recognition to Game Commission grouse biologist Lisa Williams and bat biologist Greg Turner. Chris Rosenberry, a deer biologist who heads the Game Commission’s deer... Read more →