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May 2018

ABC’S BEEF WITH ROSEANNE BARR IS PHONY

 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the firing of Roseanne Barr from ABC-TV: Roseanne Barr has been making vile comments for years, so why—all of a sudden—has she crossed the line? In 1990, when she grabbed her crotch, spit on the ground, and gave a screeching rendition of... Read more →


Pennsauken Man Charged with Attempted Murder of His Girlfriend

PENNSAUKEN NJ (May 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)Anthony Ortiz, 29, of Pennsauken, was charged with the attempted murder of his 24-year-old girlfriend after a shooting that occurred Tuesday afternoon. Pennsauken Police responded at approximately 12:51 p.m. to a to 9-1-1 call regarding a woman who was shot on the 2200 block of Gross... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: PAY UP BOB

When the Senate Ethics Committee severely admonished disgraced Senator Bob Menendez for his bribery scandal, they demanded that he pay back the bribes he accepted from convicted felon Salomon Melgen. Menendez has resisted, claiming he already paid Melgen back, and the committee was just unaware. But Politico’s New Jersey Playbook... Read more →


AMBLER MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO DEFRAUDING FHA AND TAX FRAUD

PHILADELPHIA PA (CNBNewsnet)--On May, 29, 2018, EUGENE PETER KENWORTHY, Jr., age 50 (approximately), of Ambler, PA, pleaded guilty. KENWORTHY was previously charged by Indictment with wire fraud, false statements for the purpose of influencing the Federal Housing Administration, aggravated identity theft, and failure to file a tax return. KENWORTHY. was... Read more →


SHOWTIME--High-Flying Runway Reveal, Fashion Reaches New Heights

Graphics provided By Raymond Rolak | CNBNewsnet May 29th marked the introduction of Delta Airlines new uniform reveal. All across their global system, the Atlanta headquartered air carrier is showing off the new Passport Plum theme. It is a superb combination that features form and function. Delta is also the... Read more →


Mater Dei (0) at Gloucester Catholic (14), NJSIAA South Jersey, Non-Public B tournament

BROOKLAWN NJ (MAY 30, 2018)Andrew Vail pitched a five-inning one-hitter, striking out 13 and walking one to lead second-seeded Gloucester Catholic over 7-seed Mater Dei, 14-0, in five innings, in the quarterfinal round of the South Jersey Non-Public B tournament on Tuesday in Gloucester City. Evan Giordano hit two home... Read more →


Timber Creek placed in a shelter in place during proactive K9 search

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (May 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Timber Creek High School was just recently placed in a shelter in place. With the support of the Black Horse Pike Regional School District and the Camden County Prosecutors Office a K-9 search was conducted for illegal contraband. This is a random search to deter... Read more →


Burlington City Man Receives 27-Year Sentence for Killing Stepfather

Stephen J. Paul MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Burlington City man was sentenced to 27 years in New Jersey state prison for fatally stabbing his stepfather last year inside an apartment in the 100 block of East Broad Street in Burlington City. Stephen... Read more →


ARCHDIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS  GRADUATE THE CLASS OF 2018

Baccalaureate Masses and Commencement Exercises scheduled at Catholic high schools throughout the five counties of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 17 high schools are proud to announce their scheduled Baccalaureate Masses and Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2018. Catholic schools are committed to giving students the... Read more →


President and CEO of Jefferson Named in Fast Company’s Annual List of the 100 Most Creative People in Business

Stephen K. Klasko joins the list of 100 women and men from Tesla, Amazon, Netflix, Instagram, Twitter, Frito-Lay, Universal Music, Google, Disney, the NBA and Lyft. PHILADELPHIA (May 30, 2018) — Fast Company today announced its annual list of the Most Creative People in Business for 2018, honoring an influential... Read more →


The Myth of Sisyphus and the Achievement Gap

By John Kellmayer (CNBNewsnet)(May 30, 2018)I was New Jersey school district superintendent for 17 years. I dealt with the achievement gap issue on a frequent basis. The New Jersey Department of Education monitors districts on their success in reducing the achievement gap and penalizes districts on the Quality Single Accountability... Read more →


DOWN THE SHORE: Race of Gentlemen June 8-10

CNBNews graphics file WILDWOOD NJ (CNBNewsnet)--The 7th Annual Race of Gentlemen Vintage Car and Motorcycle Beach Drag Races, one of the premier events of the summer, returns to the Wildwoods Friday, June 8 through Sunday, June 10, hosted by the Oilers Car Club/Motorcycle Club. Spectators and racers alike will experience... Read more →


Home Country: The Mule Barn Gang Comes To The Rescue

Slim Randles Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet It was like buzzards circling the body. The Jones kid, Randy, was out in the Mule Barn parking lot with the hood up on his car. He was staring down into it the way a first-time parachutist would look out the airplane door. You... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL: Self-tuning brain implant could help treat patients with Parkinson’s disease

(CNBNewsnet)--Stimulating and sensing electrodes are implanted in the brain and connect to small computer under the skin. Data from this computer can be read by an external device. Ken Probst/Starr lab Deep brain stimulation has been used to treat Parkinson’s disease symptoms for 25 years, but limitations have led researchers... Read more →


Man released on weapons charges under NJ Bail Reform arrested again for weapons, drug charges

May 24, 2018 usbailreform /republished with permission Released on bail reform - arrested again David Locke The “catch & release” policies of bail reform continue in New Jersey as a Newark man gets arrested for weapons and drug charges – while out on pretrial release under bail reform for weapons... Read more →


Assets in the opioid epidemic, working dogs can also become its victims

Source: University of Penn School of Veterinary Medicine Cynthia Otto, director of the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Working Dog Center, examines a K9 officer as part of a Working Dog Center study. (Image: Tracy Darling/Superfit Canine) It’s hard to overstate the magnitude of the nation’s opioid crisis, which claims more... Read more →


How to travel cheaply in Mexico

CNBNews graphics file CNBNews Staff (CNBNewsnet)(May 30,2018)--There’s always been something very special about Mexico, which is why it’s remained a top choice for travelers from every corner of the globe. As a holiday destination, it offers a little something for everyone, and whether you’re a party animal looking for the... Read more →


CNB March 2013 Archives: State Releases Education Spending for School Districts

published March 26, 2013 Gloucester City's 2010-11 numbers... Total Spending Per Pupil 2010-11 Total Spending: $46,151,325 2010-11 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 2,095.6 2010-11 Costs Amount per Pupil: $22,023 2010-11 Costs Rank Within Group per Pupil: 64 2011-12 Total Spending: $48,493,560 2011-12 Average Daily Enroll plus Sent Pupils: 2,135.6... Read more →


When Is Insurance Not Really Insurance? When You Need Pricey Dental Care

Photos by Heidi de Marco I’m 61 years old and a San Francisco homeowner with an academic position at the University of California-Berkeley, which provides me with comprehensive health insurance. Yet, to afford the more than $50,000 in out-of-pocket expenses required for the restorative dental work I’ve needed in the... Read more →


Philadelphia man charged in connection with convenience store robberies

Eastern District of Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA – A Philadelphia man was charged May 24 in connection with armed robberies of convenience stories, announced U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain. Tyrone Evans, 24, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was charged by indictment with three counts of Hobbs Act robbery and three counts of the use... Read more →


Letters to the Ed: Will Stephen Sweeney Sacrifice Jeff Van Drew's Congressional Dreams?

Posted by Alexander Roubian on May 29, 2018 · Regardless of how he votes, there will be no where to hide for Senator Jeff Van Drew when Stephen Sweeney posts those 7+ anti-Second Amendment bills. The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) has been following Jeff Van Drew’s (D) campaign... Read more →


Lady Lions S.J. Group 1 Champions

The Lady Lions defeated rival Audubon 1-0 in extra innings. Lions Meghan Ferry scored from second base with 2 outs in the 8th inning when pure determination by Emilee Hillman beat out an infield grounder. Tentative date for next date is Thursday at Stockton College against New Egypt Pictured Below... Read more →