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June 2018

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Shaving as a Part of Grooming

Dawn Watson/CNBNewsnet Many dog owners have their dogs shaved for the summer but dogs need that outer coat to keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Most dogs have three kinds of fur: undercoat, guard hair, and whiskers. Some have both an outer primary coat and an inner undercoat, called a double coat . The double coat serves as insulation, both from the heat and the cold. Shaving a double-coated dog takes away the insulation nature supplied to prevent freezing and heat-stroke. Dogs do not cool themselves through their skin; their source of cooling comes from panting and the only part of a dog that sweats is his paws! When shaving an older a dog , his fur may grow back in... Read more →

CNB Business News: ParkeBank Hires New AVP Branch Manager & Business Development Officer

June 19, 2018 - Sewell, NJ — ParkeBank announces the recent hire of Greg Wood as its new Assistant Vice President and Business Development Officer of its Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, branch location. A graduate of Temple University, Wood brings to ParkeBank more than 25 years of banking management experience. He possesses extensive retail banking, business development, customer service and branch operations knowledge, as well as skills in leading, coaching and mentoring sales teams. “We’re excited to have Greg join us as he’s known for delivering a best-in-class retail client experience, which aligns well with our ParkeBank personal care commitment,” shared Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Banking Daniel Sulpizio. “He’s a dynamic leader who’ll energize our Spruce Street team members and grow our... Read more →

NJ towns are allowing mob-linked shops to attract junkies, crooks | nj1015.com

CNBNews graphics file A state watchdog group finds the state's pawn shops, secondhand good stores and scrap metal yards are infested by corrupt and mob-connected owners who are encouraging drug addicts to steal goods and metals from retailers, utilities and homes. Shockingly, the state investigative report finds, many of these illegal and unscrupulous businesses could have been shut down but local police departments were clueless about their municipalities' own laws. “We found that not only do these secondhand goods stores and scrap yards readily accept stolen items, in some cases they were directing the customers on what items to steal,” said Kathy Riley, a spokeswoman for the State Commission of Investigation, which issued the 100-page report Tuesday recommending that the state take over the licensing... Read more →

Deep Brain Stimulation showing promise for patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease over 65

Newswise — TORONTO – An age group analysis of data from the ADvance trial has shown that participants over the age of 65 continue to derive the most benefit from Deep Brain Stimulation of the fornix (DBS-f), as observed in the data from the phase 2 findings (12 – 24 months) of the Phase II trial. The findings, published today in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, by a team of researchers led by Dr. Andres Lozano at Toronto Western Hospital's (TW) Krembil Neuroscience Centre (KNC), are the potential beginnings of a patient profile for DBS-f treatment for Alzheimer's disease. The neurology and psychology aspects of the trial in Toronto were led by TW neurologist Dr. Peter Tang-wai and neuropsychologist Dr. Mary-Pat McAndrews respectively. To further... Read more →


ADVISORIES ALREADY IN PLACE FOR METEDECONK, SHREWSBURY AND MANASQUAN RIVERS IN OCEAN AND MONMOUTH COUNTIES Clinking jellyfish (Image courtesy of Cosmosmagazine.com (CNBNewsnet)(June 22, 2018)TRENTON - The Department of Environmental Protection is advising recreational users of northern Barnegat Bay to exercise caution following confirmation of the presence of clinging jellyfish, a non-native species with a powerful sting, in this estuary that is popular for boating, fishing, swimming, crabbing and other recreational activities. The DEP and Montclair State University this week performed additional surveys in the northern bay and Metedeconk River after clinging jellyfish were confirmed in the river earlier this month. The Metedeconk flows into the northern bay. In addition to advisories for northern Barnegat Bay and the Metedeconk River, the DEP reminds recreational users of... Read more →

OBITUARY: Wilbert C. Evans, Age 93 of  Lindenwold; Served in the Seabees During WW II

Lindenwold - Peacefully on June 19, 2018. Age 93. Born in Camden, he was the son of the late, Frank and Emma (Molson) Evans. Wilbert is survived by his beloved wife of 51 years, Gloria (Tamini) Evans; loving son, John Evans (Sherry); grandchildren, Stacey, Danielle, John Jr., John J., Jonelle, Thom, Kathy and Lisa. He is also survived by many great-grandchildren and many great great-grandchildren. Wilbert was predeceased by his daughters, Maryanne and Patricia and his grandson, Steven. Wilbert proudly served his county during WWII in the U.S. Navy as a member of the Seabees. He was very proud to have been part of the Philippine Liberation. “Can Do”. He was a Life Member of the VFW Post 3620 in Gloucester City and the American... Read more →

Accident Involving Police Car in Gloucester Twp.

photo provided On June 22, 2018 at 5:08pm, the Gloucester Township Police Department was advised of a motor vehicle crash on the Black Horse Pike in the Glendora section of town involving a police officer. Additional information received by police commuications indicated that two vehicles were involved and one of the vehicles had struck a building. Upon arrival of other officers it was determined that a Gloucester Township Police Officer and the sole occupant of the second vehicle were evaluated at the scene and complained of injuries. GTEMS Ambulance, Virtua Paramedics, and the Glendora Fire Department responded to the scene to assist with the injured. Injuries to the officer and to the other driver appear to be non-life threatening and minor. The crash is currently... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Receives National Recognition for Emergency Restoration at Home and in Puerto Rico

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (June 21, 2018) – Atlantic City Electric was recognized by Edison Electric Institute (EEI) for its restoration efforts following Winter Storm Toby that hit South Jersey in late March, and for contributions to the unprecedented emergency power restoration mission in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria last September. Atlantic City Electric, along with Exelon companies Baltimore Gas & Electric, PECO and Pepco, were recognized with Emergency Recovery Awards and ComEd received an Emergency Assistance Award for providing support during the March nor’easters. Each of the Exelon companies, including Atlantic City Electric, also were recognized with the special 2018 Emergency Assistance Awards for Puerto Rico Power Restoration. The awards were presented at EEI’s Annual Convention held earlier this month. “We are honored... Read more →


CNBNews graphics file Council unanimously adopts Bill No. 180261-A to create $500,000 in grants for community development corporations PHILADELPHIA, June 21, 2018 – Councilmembers Bobby Henon (6th District) and Derek Green (At-Large) announced an expansion of essential operating dollars that will be awarded to community development corporations (CDCs) for their economic development work along commercial corridors. Henon’s Bill No. 180261-A adds 5 tax credit slots to the existing program, which requires a business partner to provide $100,000 a year for ten years that is credited against their business income and receipts tax (BIRT) bill by the City. Each slot is filled by lottery. With the amendment offered last week by Green, Philadelphia’s Commerce Department can instead offer the same dollars through a grant, sparing CDCs... Read more →

Former Maple Shade First Aid Squad Chief Sentenced to Prison for Stealing Agency Funds

MOUNT HOLLY - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that the former chief of the Maple Shade First Aid Squad was sentenced yesterday in Superior Court to three years in New Jersey state prison for stealing more than $118,000 from the agency over a period of nearly seven years. Joseph J. Freed III, 54, of the 400 block of North Coles Avenue in Maple Shade, pled guilty in March to one count of Theft by Deception (Second Degree). Assistant Prosecutor Andrew R. McDonnell requested a sentence of five years, in accordance with the plea agreement that was struck with the defendant. The Hon. Charles A. Delehey, J.S.C., handed down a three- year term following yesterday’s hearing. The thefts for which Freed is charged occurred between... Read more →

Letters to the Editor: NJ Democrats in the State Legislature Took A Stand for the People

Yesterday, Democrats in the state Legislature stood up for the people of New Jersey when they passed a budget that rejected the higher income and sales taxes in Governor Phil Murphy's budget proposal while still funding critical state priorities. "The Democratic-controlled Legislature on Thursday night passed a $36.5 billion budget that aligns closely with Murphy’s spending priorities: more money for schools, public workers’ pensions, pre-K programs, and NJ Transit, and a higher tax credit for the working poor." 6/22/18 The main difference between the budget the Legislature passed and the one Governor Murphy is demanding is how to pay for necessary investments. Governor Murphy's plan raises income and sales taxes on the people of New Jersey, while the Legislature believes that the Trump billionaire corporations... Read more →

SJTA Donates Space for 48 Blocks Art Festival Mural

Brisco’s freshly painted mural sits in a neighborhood park in the Monroe Park section of Atlantic City. (M. Amorosi/SJTA photo)] HAMMONTON, NJ – June 22, 2018 – Take an otherwise drab five-foot by five-foot block of cement, add a lot of talent and get a mural the neighborhood can be proud of. That’s one result of this year’s 48 Blocks Arts Festival staged by the Atlantic City Arts Foundation that invited the South Jersey Transportation Authority to participate this year. The cement block sits atop a mound at one end of the Atlantic City Brigantine Tunnel Connector which the SJTA operates as part of the Atlantic City Expressway. Technically the cement block houses the end line of the force main for the tunnel’s drainage system,... Read more →

Capture the Beauty of the Schuylkill Entries for Schuylkill Shots Photo Contest to open July 1

What: Schuylkill Shots Photo Contest When: Entries accepted from July 1 to Aug. 31, 2018 WILMINGTON, Del. —Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) works to preserve the health and beauty of all water in the Delaware Estuary, including the Schuylkill River. PDE is proud to announce its second Schuylkill Shots photography contest to anyone who wants to enter. Go wild! Show off your photography skills and capture the beauty of the Schuylkill. How to Enter Digital photographs should be taken at the highest resolution possible. Only entries submitted through the official contest app on Facebook will be considered. Photographs must be in a Facebook-accepted format. Facebook accepts .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .png, and .tif files. High quality scans of non-digital photographs are acceptable. Multiple entries by... Read more →

Two South Jersey Men Ordained Catholic Priests

Bishop Dennis Sullivan of the Diocese of Camden ordained Father Anthony Infanti and Father Joshua Nevitt to the priesthood on Saturday, June 16, in a standing-room only Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Camden, N.J. Father Infanti is a graduate of Triton Regional High School in Runnemede and Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. He is a member of Our Lady of Peace Parish in Williamstown. He has served the last year of his seminarian training as a transitional deacon of the diocese, the last step before priesthood, at Infant Jesus Parish in Woodbury Heights. In a “Journeys of Faith” blog post on www.camdenpriest.org, Father Infanti wrote about his last year in the seminary and his ministerial... Read more →


By Archbishop Charles Chaput Bishop of the Philadelphia Diocese “President Trump on Wednesday [June 20] walked back his policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border that had united most of America in opposition . . . In classic Trumpian fashion, the President took credit for reversing a policy he previously said he couldn’t reverse . . . But this was a problem of his own creation, and ‘zero tolerance’ is part of it.” -- Wall Street Journal, lead editorial, June 21 President Donald Trump has a gift for creating turmoil. His eccentric leadership style – fluid on details, thriving on criticism, unapologetic about mistakes and contradictions -- often works to his advantage by enraging his opponents and entertaining the masses. He’s... Read more →


The editor of New Brunswick Today, Charlie Kratovil, announced that he is running for mayor of New Brunswick, New Brunswick Today reported. Kratovil is challenging incumbent Mayor James Cahill, who is seeking his eighth term in office. Kratovil, the first challenger to the Cahill since 2010, has pledged that if he is elected he will serve no more than two terms in office. MCGOVERN'S CELEBRATES CHANGE AS IT CLOSES FOR RENOVATIONS A mainstay of downtown Newark since 1936, McGovern's Tavern has shut down for summer-long renovations, TAPinto Newark writes. Over the decades, the bar has brought together construction workers, lawyers, students, firefighters, poets, priests and politicians in an atmosphere where conversation is encouraged. Plans call for enlarging the kitchen and adding a dining room. Two... Read more →

Obituary: Petty Officer Veronica Aillim Alcazar of Sicklerville, age 26

CNBNews graphics file Sicklerville - On June 9, 2018. Age 26. Loving daughter of Consuelo “Connie” Alcazar and Jessie Lopez. Beloved sister of Elizette Peralta, Dean Alcazar and Rosemary Alcazar. Cherished granddaughter of William and Emerita Alcazar and Ernestina Lopez. Adored niece of Alexander and Vianey Alcazar and William and Lucie Alcazar. Loving cousin of Ethan and William III and fiancée of Aamir Awad Muhammad. Veronica was a graduate of Camden County Technical Schools – Pennsauken Campus class of 2010. She proudly served in the U.S. Navy since 2012. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing on Monday, June 25 from 6 to 8 PM at the SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME, 304 West Marlton Pike, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002. Funeral service will be celebrated at... Read more →

Cape May County Authorities Investigating Shooting in Middle Township

Cape May Court House, New Jersey(June 22, 2018)(CNBNewsnet) - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Middle Township Police Chief Christopher Leusner are advising the public of a joint investigation being conducted on North 10th Street in the Del Haven section of Middle Township, New Jersey. On Thursday, June 21, 2018, at approximately 11:06 PM, members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to a residence located on North 10th Street for a report of a male suffering from a gunshot wound. Upon arrival officers discovered a male suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg and the victim was subsequently transported to Atlantic City Medical Center where he is listed in stable condition. An investigation by the Middle Township Detectives and the Cape... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA – William M. McSwain, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, announced that Anthony Hoffman, age 55, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania pleaded guilty to tax fraud related charges on June 21, 2018. The guilty plea hearing occurred before U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond. Hoffman was charged by information with four counts of making and subscribing false federal income tax returns for the tax years 2011 through 2014. Hoffman pleaded guilty to all four counts of the information. Hoffman owns Ace Public Adjusters, Inc., located at 7930 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. Ace Public Adjusters Inc. represented homeowners who were pursuing property damage claims from their insurers. After the clients' claims were settled, the insurance companies sent settlement checks to the offices of Ace.... Read more →

Are Little Towns on the Chopping Block? Rams Accolades; Plastic Bag Tax; Commentary

CNBNews Tips and Snippets William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet MERGING LITTLE TOWNS IN NJ--The State of New Jersey is conducting a study on the possibility of merging the smallest towns in the state. There are a total of 191 communities on the table, according to NJ Advance Media. Nearly 200 of New Jersey's 565 towns could be slammed together as a potential cost-cutting measure to help ease the state's crushing tax burden. Towns with populations of less than 5,000 people would be forced to merge with an adjacent town. Some of those towns in the immediate area include Audubon Park (population 993), Avalon (population 1421), Brooklawn (1954), Cape May (3529), Clementon (4924), Gibbsboro (2157), Lawnside (2923). To see the full list (click here) The... Read more →

ICYMI: Top Assembly Democrat rips Phil Murphy for 'campaigning' instead of 'governing'

By Matt Arco NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, D-Middlesex, says Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy needs to come to the negotiating table. With only 10 days left for Gov. Phil Murphy and his Democrats who control the New Jersey Legislature to hash out a state budget deal, state Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin said Wednesday it's time for the new governor to stop "campaigning" and start "governing." CNBNews graphics file Murphy hasn't met with Coughlin or state Senate President Stephen Sweeney since Friday, when a pair of closed-door meetings ended after a "total breakdown" in talks between the three people who negotiate the state's budget. Since then, Murphyhas held press conferences to call on legislative leaders to embrace his budget plan and back... Read more →

nj1015.com OPINION: Governor Murphy is insisting on these new tax increases

Who does Phil Murphy really care about? You or the NJEA? The state legislature has 10 days to balance the budget or else they’ve got to shut it down. Governor Murphy has big plans for your money! The one that is most bothersome, though, is the school funding formula which has always been tricky for New Jersey since they are at the mercy of the ever-vigilant ever-bloodsucking New Jersey education association. It’s the most powerful union in the state and surely the most powerful teacher’s union in the country. You see lawmakers have come up with a school funding formula that will work for the next year or two. But that’s not enough for Murphy. He won’t be happy until we have “sound and sustainable... Read more →

Maryland Fishing Report: June 20

By Keith Lockwood Ava Krasauskis enjoying a day with her father says it all about the joy of fishing. Fishing offers many things to many people, and they all have their own reasons why it’s so special. For some it’s an adventurous location or pursuit of a certain fish, usually preceded by a lot of study and anticipation before the big trip. For others it may be the unwinding process from a stressful day. One thing many anglers get particular joy out of is sharing the experience with others – often the sign of a true sportsman is when they involve first-time fishermen or children. That’s why in these fishing reports we like to show our fishing community holding large, admirable fish, to inspire us... Read more →

MOVING SALE: SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 948 Somerset Street, Gloucester City

Glitters123.com | 948 Somerset Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Sat. June 23rd & Sun June 24th 8 am - 3 pm everything priced to go Furniture - bedroom, dining room, living room Antiques - furniture & accessories Sports equipment/ training equipment Games/toys Yard furniture Tools - Garage full Yard tools/lawn tools. Bikes Kitchen accessories Electronics - flat screen TV's, sound bar Silver And so much more. Read more →

Help Police Find the D.C.-Area Hotel Rapist

Serial Rapist’s DNA Profile Indicted (CNBNewsnet)(June 21, 2018)--From 1998 to 2006, a man attacked and raped women in the Washington, D.C. area, often threatening them with weapons. Although the attacker has not yet been found, the rapist’s DNA profile has been indicted by a grand jury in Washington, D.C., thanks to DNA scientific advances since the crimes occurred. This is the first time a John Doe DNA profile has been indicted in Washington, D.C. Local police departments and the FBI are offering a reward up to $45,000 for information that leads to an arrest of the suspect. The attacks followed a similar pattern: As housekeepers were cleaning hotel rooms, a man would enter the rooms, close the door, and violently assault—and in many cases, rape—them.... Read more →

Administration Eases Way For Small Businesses To Buy Insurance In Bulk

published here with permission By Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News and Julie Appleby, Kaiser Health News Small employers will more easily be able to band together to buy health insurance under rules issued Tuesday by the Trump administration, but the change could raise premiums for plans sold through the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplaces, analysts say. The move loosens restrictions on so-called association health plans, allowing more businesses, including sole proprietors, to join forces to buy health coverage in bulk for their workers. By effectively shifting small-business coverage into the large-group market, it exempts such plans from ACA requirements for 10 “essential” health benefits, such as mental health care and prescription drug coverage, prompting warnings of “junk insurance” from consumer advocates. Supporters say the new... Read more →


Connie Paulette Uibel of Gloucester City

CNBNews graphics file On June 19, 2018, (nee Crowder) of Gloucester City, NJ, age 69. She was the beloved wife of the late Ernest Uibel, loving mother of Stacey and the late Wallace, Jennifer and Thomas Uibel. She is also the dear sister of Dalene Crowder (Rev. Richard Leaver), Thomas Crowder (Beverly) and loving grandmother of Jacob, Jennifer and Christopher. Relatives and friends are invited to meet Saturday, from 9:00 to 11:00 AM at the ETHERINGTON-CRERAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 POWELL ST., GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ. Paulette’s funeral service will be held 11:00 AM at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Woodbury Memorial Park, West Deptford, NJ. Read more →

Summer plans? Protect yourself and your family, urges PIANY

GLENMONT, N.Y.—Professional Insurance Agents of New York State are urging their neighbors and friends to remember precaution and risk prevention are the keys to safety as summer begins. Professional insurance agents are there to help their clients through the claim process, should an accident happen, but summer fun can be made more safe (and affordable) when you are proactive about your guests’ safety. “Injuries are probably not the first thing we think about when we are planning time at the pool or beach,” said Fred Holender, CLU, CPCU, ChFC, MSFS, PIANY president. “However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drownings are a leading cause of injury death for young children ages one to 14, and three children die every day as a... Read more →

Philadelphia CBP Seizes 100 Counterfeit Yeti Mugs

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers in Philadelphia announce a recent seizure of 100 counterfeit mugs branded with the popular cooler company Yeti brand. Counterfeit Yeti drink cooler The parcel, manifested as “fishing reel iron products” arrived from Hong Kong, China April 4 and was destined to an individual consignee. The poor packaging and substandard quality led CBP officers to detain the shipment. Further investigation determined the shipment to be counterfeit. CBP officers routinely examine imported shipments. Working with CBP’s Consumer Products and Mass Merchandising Centers for Excellence and Expertise, the agency’s trade experts, officers verified the mugs as counterfeits through the trademark holder. Stopping the flow of fake goods is a priority for the U.S. government and CBP has designated Intellectual... Read more →

More Individuals With Filing False Applications for Superstorm Sandy Relief Funds

\ TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today announced that the Attorney General’s Office and its state and federal partners have charged four new defendants with filing fraudulent applications for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy, bringing the total number of defendants charged by the office in these cases to 116 since March 2014. “Any fraud against public assistance programs is deplorable, but these thefts were especially egregious because they diverted funds intended for victims left homeless by one of the most devastating storms in New Jersey history,” said Attorney General Grewal. “We have recovered over $2.2 million through these prosecutions and we also have sent a strong message that should deter this type of fraud during future disaster relief efforts.” The 116... Read more →

Kayak Fisherman Describes Spending 17 Hours Treading Water off Long Island Sound (VIDEO)

Mike Diaz, a kayak fisherman, describes spending 17 hours treading water and fighting the tides of Long Island Sound after his kayak capsized. Diaz credits his life jacket with his survival. (U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Barresi) (June 21, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--For 12 years, Mike Diaz fished the waters of Long Island Sound from his kayak. He ventured out, escaping the bustle of Long Island to explore and maybe catch a fluke, porgy, striped bass, or sea robin. Throwing on his life jacket was part of his routine. Just as he wouldn’t forget his fishing pole or bait, he never forgot his life jacket. On Oct. 7, 2017, Diaz set out on a late season trip, launching from his usual spot at... Read more →

Gloucester City Police Announce Road Closures/Parking Restrictions for Music Festival

UPDATED WITH PARKING INFORMATION RELATED: Not Your Mother's Music Festival Saturday GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (June 21, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department released the following parking restrictions for Saturday's concert. On Saturday, June 23rd. the, “Not Your Mother’s Music Festival.” will be held at Proprietor’s Park and the City Marina on King Street. In order to accommodate this event, the following road closures/ parking restrictions will be in place. Parking Restrictions (6:00 AM – Midnight) King St. between Market and Water Sts. (Both sides) Jersey Ave. between King and 3rd. Sts. (Both sides) Jersey Ave. between 3rd. and 4th. Sts. (South side only) 4th. St. between Jersey Ave. and Water St. (East side only) 3rd. St. between Jersey Ave. and Water St. (West side only) Water... Read more →

CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

CNBNews graphics file Springfield College Recognizes Dean's List Students for the 2018 Spring Semester SPRINGFIELD, MA (06/19/2018)-- Springfield College Recognizes Dean's List Students for the 2018 Spring Semester. The following local students were named to the Springfield College dean's list for academic excellence for the spring 2018 term: Tirzah McMillan of Haddonfield, NJ (08033). McMillan is studying Communication/Sport Journalism. Niles Turner of Moorestown, NJ (08057). Turner is studying Psychology. Criteria for selection to the dean's list requires that the student must have a minimum semester grade point average of 3.500 for the semester. Founded in 1885, Springfield College is known worldwide for the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy-educating students in spirit, mind and body for leadership in service to others. With its foundation of... Read more →

Man Who Was Convicted at Trial of Trafficking Guns and Oxycodone Sentenced

to 30 Years in State Prison Trenton man was arrested in investigation by New Jersey State Police TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that a Trenton man was sentenced to 30 years in prison today as a result of his trial conviction for selling four guns – including two semi-automatic weapons – during an investigation by the New Jersey State Police. In the investigation, detectives also seized numerous oxycodone pills from the man, who was dealing them out of his residence. Martin Delvalle, 53, of Trenton, was sentenced today to 30 years in state prison, including 15 years of parole ineligibility, by Superior Court Judge Peter E. Warshaw Jr. in Mercer County. Delvalle was convicted at trial on Nov. 9, 2017 by a... Read more →

Camden Man Found Guilty in Death of 8-year-old

– June 21, 2018 Alexandra McVeigh CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--This afternoon, a jury found Tyhan Brown, 20, guilty of Aggravated Manslaughter. The jury also found Brown guilty of Conspiracy to Commit Murder, Attempted Murder, Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose, and Unlawful Possession of a Weapon. At the trial, Assistant Prosecutor Christine Shah presented evidence and testimony showing that Brown was involved in a shooting that killed Gabrielle Hill-Carter. On the evening of August 24, 2016, Gabrielle Hill-Carter was riding her bicycle when Tyhan Brown and several others descended onto 8th Street in Camden and opened fire in an attempt to kill Amir Dixon. Miss Hill-Carter was struck once in the head as she and Dixon attempted escape into a house on South... Read more →

Big Gig Returns to The Wonder Bar This Weekend

ASBURY PARK (CNBNewsnet)- Lakehouse Music Academy Asbury Park's progressive music school, is proud to announce that its annual “Big Gig” will return to the world famous Wonder Bar for three days of free music starting tomorrow, Friday, June 22nd and continuing Saturday, June 23rd, and Sunday, June 24th. The “Big Gig” features performances alll day long from 65+ bands that rehearse each and every week at Lakehouse Music Academy located at 619 Lake Avenue. The event is free to the public and a complete schedule is available here Every Lakehouse Music Academy group receives their own performance time throughout the weekend, with the teenage “Core” groups performing Saturday and Sunday morning/afternoons, the adult “Night Sessions” groups performing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, and the “Cadets”... Read more →

Motor Vehicle Accident in Lower Township Leads To Drug Arrest & Vehicle Seizure

LOWER TOWNSHIP NJ (June 21, 2018)--On June 19, 2018, at approximately 12:07 p.m., officers were dispatched for the report of a motor vehicle accident in the intersection of Bayshore Road and East Greenwood Avenue. Upon arrival, vehicle two was in the Northbound lane facing North and vehicle one had attempted to flee the scene, but due to heavy damage, only made it to the parking lot of Greenwood Apartments on the South side of the building. The driver, Matthew Camp, fled the scene on foot. Ptlm. Corey Scheid immediately checked surveillance cameras at a local business and was able to ascertain his whereabouts and Camp was found inside of a nearby apartment by Ptlm Hegarty, Ptlm. Porch, Ptlm. Omrod & Ptlm Scheid. Camp was checked... Read more →

Senate Passes Stormwater Management Bill

NJ Sierra Club press release The Senate has passed S1073 (Smith) by a vote of 40-0. This bill authorizes municipalities, counties, and certain authorities to establish stormwater utilities. Over ten percent of the land in New Jersey is impervious surface, making us prone to flooding and pollution problems. Our state’s stormwater infrastructure lacks a source of dedicated funding. The bill also requires the DEP to create a stormwater utility guidance manual to provide guidance to municipalities, counties, and authorities seeking to establish stormwater utilities. Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club, released the following statement: “We applaud the Senate for passing this bill to take real action to clean-up non-point pollution and protect areas from flooding. This is a very serious problem that... Read more →

Coast Guard hones in on safe boating along the Hudson River

NEW YORK (June 20,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Coast Guard will be promoting safe boating on the Hudson River this summer as a result of the Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment (PAWSA) conducted last November. Over 200 stakeholders who live, work and recreate on the Hudson River participated in this process conducted by the Coast Guard and provided valuable information to help increase safety for all waterway users. As part of this effort, the Coast Guard and local partner agencies will be increasing their presence along the Upper Hudson River throughout June, July and August as far north as the Troy Locks, and south to the Tappan Zee Bridge. Boarding teams from Coast Guard Sector New York will conduct ongoing recreational boating safety examinations alongside New York State Department... Read more →


Sports betting is now legal in the state and the Council on Compulsive Gambling has concerns about what that may mean for people with gambling problems, NJTV says. The council’s executive director, Neva Pryor, said in an interview: “We’re neither for nor against gambling. We just want to make sure that people know where to go for help if they do develop a problem." NJ SUPREME COURT CENSURES HOBOKEN MAYOR Hoboken’s mayor, Ravi Bhalla, was censured by the New Jersey Supreme Court last week for failing to set aside more than $6,000 for a former employee’s retirement account, NJ.com reports. The court took the action six months after the board said Bhalla had acted unethically and had violated three rules of professional conduct. The censure... Read more →

NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney:Our Shared Values

CNBBNews graphics file Last year, New Jersey voters made it clear that they wanted representation in Trenton that mirrored their priorities by overwhelmingly electing Democrats to the Legislature, increasing the democratic caucuses in both houses, while also electing a Democrat for Governor. During the past six months, we have taken advantage of this opportunity to enact an array of policies and programs that reflect the values of Democrats such as: · funding for women’s health clinics; · equal pay for women; · a ban on offshore drilling; · a series of new gun control laws; · sports betting. Now, the immediate challenge we have is the new state budget. Democrats in both houses have worked together very effectively to develop a budget plan that we... Read more →

William M. Gennett Guilty of Murdering Lumberton Woman by Stragulation

William M. Gennett MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (June 20,2018)(CNBNewsnet)-– Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Superior Court jury today found a Tabernacle man guilty of murder for strangling a Lumberton Township resident inside her home in the summer of 2016. William M. Gennett, 54, was convicted of one count of Murder (First Degree) for the asphyxiation of Shannon O’Rourke, 45, inside of her Nassau Road residence on July 5, 2016. He was also convicted of one count of Stalking (Fourth Degree). The Hon. Terrence R. Cook, J.S.C., scheduled sentencing for August 16. The investigation revealed that O’Rourke and Gennett were friends, and that Gennett was using a cell phone app that allowed him to track her whereabouts without her knowledge. BCPO Assistant Prosecutors Bob... Read more →

Former Lenape High School Teacher Eric Howell Sentence for Making Up Shirt Videos of Students

Eric Howell MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a former Lenape High School teacher was sentenced today to five years in New Jersey state prison for recording upskirt videos and taking photos of female students last year in his classroom and the school’s hallways. Eric T. Howell, 44, of the first block of Dogwood Court in Maple Shade, pled guilty in March to one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Second Degree). The sentence was handed down in Superior Court by the Hon. James J. Morley, J.S.C. The investigation revealed that Howell concealed a camera in a coconut water box that was then placed in the side mesh portion of his briefcase. To make the recordings, he would... Read more →

Not Your Mother's Music Festival Saturday, Freedom Pier, Gloucester City

RELATED: PARKING RESTRICTIONS About This Festival GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (CNBNewsnet)--When you cross the Walt Whitman bridge into Gloucester City, you’re not entering an ordinary town. It’s a tight-knit community with an undying love for the arts, extreme sports and fellow residents. Most cities make similar claims, but do they host a free music festival to celebrate their community and donate all proceeds to local charities? Not Your Mother’s Music Festival is the real deal, and you’re welcome to join in on the fun at Proprietors Park. Music for Everyone It’s in the name, so we’ll talk about NYMMF’s stellar music lineup first. The festival packs two entertainment stages with an eclectic lineup of local musicians and national touring acts. Spanning rock, pop, hip-hop, folk, metal... Read more →

“HopeOne - Cape May County”

Cape May Court House, NJ (CNBNewsnet)- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland is excited to announce the rollout of the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office Community Outreach Unit's mobile vehicle, “HopeOne - Cape May County.” Prosecutor Sutherland is honored to partner with the Cape May County Department of Human Services, Cape Assist Center for Addiction Recovery Education and Success, Cape Counseling Behavioral Healthcare Services, Cape Addiction Recovery Services (CARES) and Access to Reproductive Care and HIV Services (ARCH). HopeOne will travel periodically during each month to locations throughout Cape May County and bring addiction services to persons in need. HopeOne will be staffed by a County Detective, licensed clinician, certified peer recovery specialist and (ARCH) nurse who understand the needs of those suffering with... Read more →

Camden Catholic receives NFL Grassroots Grant | Catholic Star Herald

Photo by Peter G. Sánchez Eagles players Akeem Jordan and Moise Fokou, cheerleaders, and mascot Swoop pose with Camden Catholic student-athletes on Shamrock Field on Monday. June 7. The Cherry Hill school is the recipient of an NFL Grassroots Grant to help cover the cost of Shamrock Field’s artificial playing surface called Sprinturf. Below, Fokou and Jordan run drills on the field, showing the students how it’s done. CHERRY HILL — On Monday, June 7, Camden Catholic High School here with its Shamrock Field was the recipient of a $200,000 National Football League Grassroots Grant, in support of the school’s efforts to provide a safe playing surface and promote the health and well-being of its student-athletes. Last year, the school installed an artificial field called... Read more →

Independence Seaport Museum Kayaking Adventures on the Delaware River

Kayak Excursions PHILADELPHIA PA (June 15, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Join Independence Seaport Museum for exciting kayaking adventures on the Delaware River, and beyond. A unique way to spend a Saturday or a new alternative to happy hour. Take in the city from a different perspective - on the water, with these fun recreational outings. Graffiti Pier Saturday, June 23, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Sold out! Sunday, July 22, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. - Sold out! Cost: $35 per person (includes kayak rental) Paddle six miles with us to one of Philadelphia's most instagrammable locations, Graffiti Pier. We'll pass by this landmark location and see it from the water. Penn Treaty Park will be another stop on this kayaking adventure. This trek is great for paddlers... Read more →

NJBIA Opposes Legislation Increasing Corporate Business Tax  

(CNBNewsnet)(June 20, 2018)--The New Jersey Business & Industry Association opposed legislation proposed today that calls for an increase in the Corporate Business Tax as part of the FY2019 budget plan. NJBIA President and CEO Michele N. Siekerka Esq. delivered the following testimonies for bill S-2764/A-4202 during today's Senate Budget and Appropriations and Assembly Budget committee meetings. "Good afternoon. I'm here representing our member companies who provide more than 1 million jobs in the state of New Jersey. I'm here today to express our concerns with this bill and explain the reasons why we oppose it. "Over the past several years, there have been a number of positive changes that have helped to improve New Jersey's business climate and economy - in particular, the comprehensive tax... Read more →

NJ Students Named to University of Hartford Dean's List

CNBNews graphics file WEST HARTFORD, CT (06/14/2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the Dean's List for Spring 2018. Juwan Chambers of Blackwood Katarina Konefsky of Cherry Hill Alicia Morally of Cherry Hill Sarah Dellorco of Haddonfield Alexandra McNamara of Marlton William Phillips of Marmora Nathaniel Cromie of Medford Taylor Dirscherl of Medford Kayla Marcucci of North Cape May Victoria Adriano of Sewell Nicolette Barranger of Sicklerville Marlise Burtley of Sicklerville Kelly Giebner of Sicklerville Audrey Morgan of Voorhees Josephine Garcia of West Berlin James McAloon of Williamstown The University of Hartford, centrally located in Connecticut, provides a distinctive educational experience across seven schools and colleges for one of the most diverse student bodies in New... Read more →

Chuckles: A Blonde Gives Her Opinion of Football

CNBNews graphics file A guy took his blonde girlfriend to her first football game. They had great seats right behind their team's bench. After the game, he asked her how she liked it. "Oh, I really liked it," she replied, "especially the tight pants and all the big muscles, but I just couldn't understand why they were killing each other over 25 cents." Dumbfounded, her boyfriend asked, "What do you mean?" "Well, they flipped a coin, one team got it and then for the rest of the game, all they kept screaming was... 'Get the quarterback! Get the quarterback!' I'm like...Helloooooo? It's only 25 cents!!!!" related category CHUCKLES Do you have a chuckle to share? Send to cnbnews1@gmail.com - submitted by Bob Dacierno/Bill Gross Related:... Read more →