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May 8, 2018

Mrs. Dorothy Frances Neal Baylie, age 100; A Woman Who Lived Life to its Fullest

Dorothy Frances Neal Baylie GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (May 8, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) --Don’t cry for Dorothy. On May 2, 2018, after 100 years on God’s earth, she danced the Charleston up to Heaven to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Dorothy was heaven on earth - her upbeat personality and... Read more →

Consumer Alert: FBI Releases the IC3 2017 Internet Crime Report

Calls for Increased Public Awareness The FBI Reminds the Public that Reporting Internet Crime is Necessary to Combating Internet Crime On May 7, 2018, the FBI released the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 2017 Internet Crime Report, which highlights trending Internet scams. The information in the report was compiled from... Read more →

Lower Township Police Department Promotes Lieutenant

LOWER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 8, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Lower Township Police Department is pleased to announce the promotion of Donald Vanaman to Lieutenant. He took the Oath of Office at the Lower Township Council Meeting on Monday, May 7, 2018. Lieutenant (LT) Donald Vanaman is the father of three children, Liberty Vanaman... Read more →

Medical-Surgical Nursing Team at Virtua Voorhees Receives AMSN PRISM Award® for Exemplary Practice

A medical-surgical nursing team at Virtua Voorhees hospital accepts the AMSN PRISM Award for Exemplary Practice. Shown with Team 7A are Dennis Pullin (far left), President and CEO of Virtua, and Tracy Carlino (far right), Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Virtua. Voorhees, NJ (CNBNewsnet) – A medical-surgical... Read more →

Obituary: Margaret C. Perseo of Philadelphia

On April 27, 2018. Age 99. Of South Philadelphia. Beloved daughter of the late Dominick and Camilla Perseo (nee Mascintonio). Loving sister of Jean Licardella, Joseph Perseo and the late Elizabeth Saporito. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews. Relatives and... Read more →

Obituary: Margaret L. Blake of Gloucester City

On May 1, 2018. Age 64. Of Gloucester City. (nee Chew) Loving wife of Hugh F. Blake. Loving mother of Michelle Nielsen (Jason). Cherished grandmother of Mychaela, Christopher, Joseph, Nicholas and Little Jay. Predeceased by her parents, David and Margaret Chew and her sister, Caroline Tighe. Also survived by her... Read more →

Parent Confessions: I Didn’t Understand the Seriousness of my Son’s Steroid Use

Photo Courtesy of Cindy Fox We are a baseball family. I played Little League Baseball® and so did both of my boys. Our oldest son went on the play collegiate baseball and was scouted by several Major League teams, and was Taylor’s idol. Like his older brother, Taylor played Little... Read more →

Connecticut Man Found Guilty On Wire Fraud Charges For Credit And Gift Card Fraud Scheme

NEWARK N.J. (May 8, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--– A Connecticut man who defrauded credit card companies of hundreds of thousands of dollars was found guilty on stolen goods charges today, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Nikolay Krechet, 47, of West Hartford, Connecticut, was found guilty on all counts on which he was indicted... Read more →

Theron Alston, 32, of Magnolia Murdered

CNBNews graphics file LINDENWOLD, NJ (May 8, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Lindenwold Police Chief Thomas Brennan reported a homicide on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Officers of the Lindenwold Police Department responded to the 3900 building in the Arborwood Apartment Complex on East Gibbsboro Road after receiving 9-1-1... Read more →


Voters will be choosing mayors today in Newark, Paterson and Bayonne, NJTV says. Newark’s incumbent, Ras Baraka, is expected to defeat opponent Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins. Bayonne’s mayor, Jimmy Davis, has establishment support over opponent Jason O’Donnell. In Paterson, where the last three mayors have either gone to jail or been... Read more →

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pelosi Would End Middle Class Tax Cuts

During an interview this morning with Politico, Nancy Pelosi was asked if the NRCC’s ad was correct in saying she would implement single-payer healthcare and repeal the GOP’s middle-class tax cuts. Pelosi’s response: “That second part is accurate.” This comes after months of positive economic growth, consistent job creation, and... Read more →

HELP WANTED: Youth Ministry Coordinator St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Gloucester City

JOB ID #9933132479 Posted: May 6, 2018 Terms: Full Time Employee Expires: July 5, 2018 Experience: 2-5 years Location: Gloucester City, NJ Education: Undergraduate Degree Category: Youth Ministry Base Pay: Salary Send applications or inquiries to: father.hodge@yahoo.com Apply by Email NOTICE FOR JOB SEEKERS For your privacy and protection, when... Read more →

Mrs. Carol Sue Levins Succumbs; Gloucester City School District Teacher for 34 Years

Carol Sue Levins Gloucester City (May 8, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)– Mrs. CarolSue Levins (nee Thompson) of Gloucester City passed away on May 5, 2018, surrounded by her family at home. She was 66. CarolSue was a First Grade Teacher in the Gloucester City School District for 34 years. Loving wife of Joseph... Read more →

Everything you need to know about Summer on the Waterfront and Opening Weekend

Spruce Street Harbor Park Sustained by Univest UNIVESTival: May 11 - May 13 Celebrate 5 years of being Philly's favorite place to hang with UNIVESTival, a jam-packed weekend with great free entertainment courtesy of our sponsor Univest Corporation starting May 11. This year, UNIVESTival features wire walkers, live music, crafts,... Read more →

Simple Ways To Become A Better Person

CNBNews graphics file by CNBNews Staff ife is a journey and becoming a better individual is many people’s main priority. Everyone makes mistakes in their life. However, it is important to learn from those mistakes and aim to become a better individual who knows how to help people around them... Read more →

Today’s Special: Obamacare Menu Labeling Rules Ushered In

Phil Galewitz:May 7, 2018 Restaurants, convenience stores, vending machines and pizza delivery services are among the businesses that will have to provide calories counts to consumers. Many restaurant chains, including McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell and Panera Bread, have listed calorie information for years. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) President Donald Trump... Read more →

Man sentenced to 30 years after ordering assault of ex-girlfriend and death of her boyfriend

NEW YORK — Following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York, a Dominican national was sentenced Friday to an additional 30 years’ imprisonment after being convicted of hiring others to viciously slash his ex-girlfriend (“Victim-1”) on June 2, 2015 in the Bronx,... Read more →

THE DIOCESE OF CAMDEN: A face-to-face encounter with immigrants

Written by Mary McCusker MULLICA HILL NJ (CNBNewsnet)--“It’s one thing to read about migrants and refugees. But having a chance to meet immigrants, seeing their faces and hearing their voices … it’s different than seeing it in a headline,” reflected one parishioner as he sipped his coffee at the Catholic... Read more →

NRA NEWS: Dick’s Keeps Digging

The first law of holes, sometimes attributed to cowboy philosopher Will Rogers, suggests, “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” In other words, don’t make a bad decision worse by expanding it, with the hope that you will eventually extricate yourself. The hole will just get deeper. Somebody... Read more →

MARYLAND Natural Resources Police Handle Oyster, Striped Bass and Turkey Violations

A Dorchester County man caught illegally harvesting oysters inside a state sanctuary November by Natural 1, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources helicopter, was found guilty and fined $1,000. Jody Daniel Jackson, 18, of East New Market pleaded guilty in Dorchester County District Court to a single count of harvesting... Read more →

Maryland Natural Resources Police Will Celebrates 150th Anniversary at Sandy Point May 12

“Great Outdoors Maryland” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 12 To recognize the 150th anniversary of the Maryland Natural Resources Police, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites the public to a free open house 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 12, at Sandy Point State Park. The celebratory... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA (May 7, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Thanks to a generous donation from the Philadelphia Union Professional Soccer Team, 12 youth residents from the Blessed Oscar Romero House will attend a professional soccer game later this month. Omar Alegria, Residential Manager for the Blessed Oscar Romero House said, “Upon learning that our boys were... Read more →