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September 2018

CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: Statewide Archery Season Begins Sept. 29

HARRISBURG, PA - Pennsylvania’s statewide archery deer season begins Saturday, Sept. 29, and its return is prompting the Pennsylvania Game Commission to issue some helpful reminders. Archers statewide can hunt for antlered or antlerless deer from Sept. 29 to Nov. 12, and during the late archery deer season, which runs from Dec. 26 to Jan. 12. The statewide season was moved to end on a Monday this year so it could include the Veterans Day holiday. At the time of the statewide opener, archery hunters... Read more →


NJ 2nd DISTRICT CANDIDATE SETH GROSSMAN SUPPORTS “VOTE KAVANAUGH NOW”

CNBNews graphics file Somers Point, NJ, September 28, 2018 – While Thursday’s proceedings were not a trial, they seemed like one as the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony on sexual assault allegations against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and it appears the verdict is in – the committee vote on his confirmation is now scheduled for today, with a full Senate vote coming as early as next week, voting that is emphatically endorsed by Republican congressional candidate Seth Grossman. “This entire confirmation proceeding... Read more →


REMINDER

Black Bear Hunting Reminder, State Lands Closure

Following Governor Phil Murphy's Executive Order No. 34 (pdf), DEP Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe has issued Administrative Order No. 2018-24 closing all DEP owned, managed or otherwise controlled lands to bear hunting during the October and December 2018 season segments. The closure includes, but is not limited to, the following: state forests, parks, recreation areas and natural areas; and wildlife management areas. Administrative Order 2018-24 (pdf) 2018 SEASON DATES Segment A, Archery: October 8-13 Segment A, Archery and Muzzleloader: October 11-13 Segment B, Firearm: December... Read more →


John Rieder of Delaware; Former Gloucester City Resident; Member of Mustangs Club; GHS Alumnus

MILLSBORO, DELAWARE (September 28, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--John Joseph Rieder, 83, of Millsboro, and formerly of Mt. Ephraim, N.J., passed away on Monday, September 17, 2018. He was born in Gloucester City, N.J., on November 16, 1934, to the late John and Laura Rieder. Rieder retired from work at the Wonder Bread Company, where he worked as a delivery-person. In his younger years, he had also worked at the Camden Navy Ship Yard as a welder. Football was Rieder’s favorite pastime. He was a member of the Mustang... Read more →


Vigil held for postal worker killed by Portland State cops outside campus police office

PORTLAND OREGON(September 26, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--A crowd of about 50 people attended the vigil, about three blocks away from where Washington, 45, was fatally shot by two Portland State officers. The crowd, which included Washington’s wife, brother and daughters, called on the school to no longer allow campus officers to carry guns. Members of the student union have erected tents near the campus safety office entrance in protest. A march and rally for Washington was held earlier in the day. The events have been organized by the... Read more →


Two Delaware men arrested by DNREC Environmental Crimes Unit for illegal dumping

CNBNews graphics file GEORGETOWN (Sept. 27, 2018) – During an ongoing investigation into reports of illegal dumping in the Georgetown area, Natural Resources Police Officers with DNREC's Environmental Crimes Unit arrested two Delaware men Sept. 22 on illegal dumping and drug-paraphernalia-related charges. Harry Harrison, 50, of Houston, Del., was charged with one count of causing or contributing to the disposal or discharge of solid waste materials, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana-related. Harrison was issued a citation for both charges and ordered... Read more →


Take a bite out of these fall apple festivals

PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--From apple pressings to cider tastings, we’re celebrating our favorite fall fruit with apple-themed events! Check out what you can do with this festive food in Philly parks, farms, and gardens. Apple Pressing on Forbidden Drive Join us on Forbidden Drive near Northwestern Avenue for this annual celebration of autumn. Help make fresh apple cider using an old-fashioned cider press. When: Saturday, September 29 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: Wissahickon Environmental Center (300 W. Northwestern Ave., 19128) Cost: Free More info: Read... Read more →


The effective, long term fix for the dysfunctional mess that is Washington, DC

Federal waste usually takes the form of a $1 million federal research grant or a $10,000 office chair. But this is a whole different ball game. NPR reported last week that the Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs have wasted $1 billion taxpayer dollars. But that money wasn’t used developing a new missile system or building a new hospital. No, the feds burned $1 billion on a totally failed effort to integrate medical records between the two departments. But it doesn’t stop there. Rather... Read more →


CNB April 2013 Archives: NJ Number 29, Dog Nappers Active, South Jerseyan's of the Year ...

CNBNEWS TIPS AND SNIPPETS .... What is a Norcrat? Et Cetera, Renewal Fuel Video (CNBNewsnet)NJ COMES IN AT No. 29--The American Lung Association released its annual “State of the Air” report this week. It ranks the air quality in counties and regional areas by analyzing the ozone and particle pollution and assigning each day a measure from good to very unhealthy. It then calculates the amount of unhealthy air quality days in each area to assign grades. The Philadelphia-Camden-Vineland region was ranked 29th in the... Read more →


Medical-Records Study Links Dementia-Related Brain Changes to Hospital Stays For Critical Illness

Newswise — Researchers at Johns Hopkins report that a novel analysis of more than a thousand patients adds to evidence that hospitalization, critical illness and major infection may diminish brain structures that are most commonly affected by Alzheimer’s disease. Results of the study, published Sept. 24 in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, suggest — but do not prove — that critical illness and major infection can promote such brain structure changes and accelerate the process of cognitive decline, the researchers say. Walker cautions... Read more →


Jury Convicts Man of Murder in Burlington Township Fatal Stabbing of Scott Willis

William E. Hines Jr MOUNT HOLLY - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Burlington Township resident was found guilty today of murder and weapons charges for fatally stabbing his mother’s boyfriend following an argument inside their residence in late 2017. William E. Hines Jr., who turned 35 today, was convicted on one count each of Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Third Degree) and Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Fourth Degree). The Honorable Charles A. Delehey, J.S.C., scheduled... Read more →


National Wounded Warrior Center to Help Disabled Veterans Find the Missing Pieces

Once completed, veterans will have access to the most comprehensive program to bring back purpose and joy to their lives through healing, growing, and developing marketable skills. Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra (DSES), a nationally recognized adaptive sports program for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities, is raising awareness and funding for the development and expansion of the National Wounded Warrior Center—a comprehensive recovery program and experience destination for veterans transitioning into civilian life. “In 2007, DSES developed specialized outdoor activities and experiences for... Read more →


West Deptford Police Crime Log July 18-Sept.16

Released September 2018 Arrests: On 7.18.2018, three juveniles were arrested on Mantua Grove Road and charged with obstruction and curfew violation. They were all released to their guardians pending further court action. On 7.18.2018, Kyle F. Davis, 27, of Philadelphia was arrested on Kings Highway and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released pending further court action. On 7.19.2018, Mitchell T. Archie, 56, of Somerdale was arrested on Grove Road and charged with hindering his own apprehension and possession... Read more →


Greg Carlson Named 10 Most Wanted Fugitive

A California man wanted for his alleged involvement in multiple armed sexual assaults has been named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information leading to his capture. Greg Alyn Carlson is charged with a 2017 burglary in Los Angeles that turned into a violent sexual assault against the female resident. “This individual is a serious threat to the community,” said Special Agent Scott Garriola, a member of the FBI’s Los Angeles Fugitive... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Re-think Plastics Ban, NJBIA Tells Committee

by New Jersey Business & Industry Association Legislation banning plastic bags, straws and polystyrene containers is the kind of environmental policy the state should avoid if it wants to get the maximum environmental benefit without hurting jobs and the economy, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) said today. Testifying before the Senate Environment and Energy Committee on S-2776, NJBIA Chief Government Affairs Officer Chrissy Buteas said NJBIA members take their responsibility to manage solid waste seriously, but they want the state to have... Read more →


CAMDEN COUNTY FOCUSES IN ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH

CNBNews graphics file CAMDEN CITY, NJ (September 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)—On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the US. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men. Camden County Women’s Center, a non-profit agency that provides services and emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence, is reminding the community that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The agency is offering opportunities for the community to get involved and give back. “Something as simple as collecting... Read more →


Obituary: Helen M. Clauss of Bellmawr

Helen M. Clauss (nee Obert), on September 26, 2018 of Bellmawr. Age 94. Beloved wife of the late Edmund A. Clauss,Sr.. Devoted mother of Edmund A. Clauss Jr. (Laurie), Michael Clauss (Cecilia), Thomas Clauss (Margaret) and John E. Clauss. Loving grandmom of Ed III, Dianna, Linda, Michael, Christopher, Joseph, Thomas, Jr., Renee, and Ryan. Dear great grandmom of Emily, Hailey, Alexis and Thomas. Preceded in death by 7 siblings. Also survived by nieces and nephews. There will be a viewing on Wednesday from 10am to... Read more →


Coast Guard Training Center Honors Douglas Munro on Anniversary of His Death

CAPE MAY, NJ (September 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Today marks the 76th anniversary of Coast Guard Signalman First Class Douglas Munro’s selfless act of heroism. His sacrifice earned him a place in our service’s history. Not as our only Medal of Honor recipient, but as a reminder that the endeavor to protect our nation comes with a price. It is in those ubiquitous moments, when life and death decisions are made, the devotion to duty to which every Coast Guardsman subscribes to is called upon, and it is in... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Golf Classic Raises Over $200,000

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (Sept. 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)- – Atlantic City Electric continued its support for local community organizations through its 13th annual Atlantic City Electric Golf Classic, a golf outing held this year at Galloway National Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey. This year’s event raised more than $200,000 for three South Jersey nonprofit organizations -Conserve Wildlife Foundation, Ranch Hope, Inc. and the Val Skinner Foundation-LIFE LPGA Pros in the Fight -- to help fund their local missions in supporting youth development, breast cancer education and... Read more →


Big Truck Day’ at Delaware Seashore State Park Oct. 6 

REHOBOTH BEACH (Sept. 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)– DNREC’s Delaware Seashore State Park will host its first-ever “Big Truck Day” from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6 at the Indian River Marina. Children of all ages will have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with some of the park’s heavy equipment and special-use vehicles at this family-friendly event. All types of vehicles will be featured, including a beach sweeper, front-end loader, minibus, DNREC dump truck, forklift, a Parks Natural Resources Police vehicle, and an... Read more →


THE COMMUTE IN NJ IS ALMOST THE WORST IN THE COUNTRY

....A NEW STUDY SAYS. WHY IS IT SO BAD? Only Delaware has a worst commute than New Jersey, a new study from insurance copany Esurance says. NJ.com examines why our daily slogs are so bad — and why they're getting longer and longer. NEW JERSEY’S NEWEST GANGS: YOUNGER, MORE VIOLENT, AND POSTING THEIR CRIMES ONLINE Neighborhood-based gangs involving children as young as 8 years old are menacing some communities in New Jersey, law enforcement officials told members of the State Commission of Investigation, and often... Read more →


Package Thief Caught On Victim's Doorbell Camera Arrested in Gloucester Township

image provided GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (September 26, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--On February 13, 2018, at approximately 5:47 P.M., the Gloucester Township Police Department (GTPD) responded to the 300 Block of Almonesson Road, Blackwood for a subject who stole a delivered package from their front door steps. The theft, including the accused motor vehicle, was captured on the victim's Ring doorbell surveillance camera. The case was assigned to the GTPD Investigations Bureau Criminal Investigations Unit. On September 16, 2018, a GTPD Detective on a case had spotted what appeared... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report:

Cooler Water Temperatures Dramatic Changes on Chesapeake Bay Fisheries

Maryland Fishing Report: September 26 by Keith Lockwood | Maryland Department of Natural Resources As the sun sets in all its glory over the Tred Avon River, it seems to say goodbye to summer. Photo by Keith Lockwood With the fall equinox behind us, the days are getting noticeably shorter. There’s no sweeter time of the year – or place to be — than late September and October in Maryland, whether you are a fisherman or a hunter or just someone who likes to enjoy... Read more →


New Jersey Hall of Fame Finds Permanent Home at American Dream

The New Jersey Hall of Fame – home to many of the Garden State’s best and brightest – now will have a home to call its own.| The Hall of Fame, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary with a gala induction ceremony, to date has used a mobile museum as its home. The permanent home will be part of the American Dream retail and entertainment complex, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2019. The groundbreaking for the new home is to take... Read more →


Lower Township PD Will Celebrate "Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day® on October 10

image provided Lower Township, NJ (September 26,2018)(CNBNewsnet)- A July 2018 report released by the National Highway and Transportation Administration (NHTSA) indicated there were 37,461 traffic fatalities in 2016. That is one fatality nearly every fourteen minutes. There is still much to be done to reduce the overall number of fatalities. Everyone needs to be engaged as we work toward the goal of a full day with zero deaths. A day we imagine where all drivers make a special effort to “Put the Brakes on Fatalities.”... Read more →


Hunting Groups Sue Murphy Over Bear Hunt Ban

CNBNews graphics file TRENTON, NJ (September 26, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Governor Murphy’s Executive Order banning bear hunting on New Jersey state lands will be challenged in court. Three hunting groups, The New Jersey Outdoor Alliance (NJOA), Safari Club International and Sportsmen's Alliance, have announced their intent to sue the Administration. The hunt is scheduled to begin on October 8th. “The Murphy Administration said they couldn’t have a full hunting ban, despite previous commitments to do so, because they were afraid of being sued. That’s why they decided to... Read more →


VAN DREW JOINS LEFTIST ANTI-KAVANAUGH MOVEMENT

Somers Point, NJ, September 26, 2018 – "The self-proclaimed “moderate Democrat congressional candidate Jeff Van Drew showed his true colors Monday as campaign staffers went on Facebook endorsing the ultra-leftist “#believesurvivors” movement that is now attacking U.S. Supreme Court nominee judge Brett Kavanaugh", said Republican congressional candidate Seth Grossman. “Van Drew has joined the Democrat’s Washington Swamp led by senators Feinstein and Hirono who are so desperate to stop Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination that they pulled out their Saul Alinsky “Rules for Radicals” handbook tactic of... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: An Important Decision

Dear Friend, For decades, active membership to the NJEA has been a key component in my family’s life. My grandmother was an elementary school teacher and taught me the value of an education at an early age. I would watch her work late hours after school grading papers, while she helped me do my homework. My aunt was also a teacher and worked up the ranks to become principal at the same school I went to as a child. My grandmother and aunt, and the... Read more →


Gloucester High School Starting Strong under Sweeney | SJ Times

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ --Perhaps a positive sign for the Gloucester City High field hockey team's season came back in late August when the Lions had a scrimmage play-in day at Gateway High with Delsea and Paul VI. Being a NJSIAA Group 1 school, the Lions held their own versus the competition. "I was really excited about playing the season, because we have eight seniors," rookie head coach Cate Sweeney said. "So I feel like we have a core group of leaders who have a lot... Read more →


How Your Local Business Can Stay One Step Ahead of the Competition

(CNBNewsnet)(September 27,2018)--Every company has to start somewhere, and that can mean trying to grow your business among other larger companies. While in the beginning, you might be able to offer a local approach, eventually, you will want to become a bigger and more widely known brand. That is the time when you can start to have issues dealing with rival companies who are also trying to achieve the same as you. Here are some of the ways you can get ahead of your competitors and... Read more →


Organized Crime Member Joseph Datello Pleads Guilty To Attempted Murder Of Witness

Joseph Datello photo courtesy of Pinterest NEW YORK, NY (September 26, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that JOSEPH DATELLO pled guilty today before United States District Judge Cathy Seibel to numerous acts of racketeering, including attempting to kill a witness against him. In May 2017, DATELLO and 18 other members and associates of the Luchese Family of La Cosa Nostra were arrested and charged in a nine-count Indictment. Since the unsealing of the Indictment, DATELLO... Read more →


Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ Releases Results of Prostate Cancer Study

Better Survival Outcomes for Advanced Prostate Cancer Patients Treated with Surgery followed by Radiation than with Radiation plus Hormone Therapy Newswise — New Brunswick, N.J., September 25, 2018 – Newly published results of a study examining men with locally or regionally advanced prostate cancer show those treated with a radical prostatectomy followed by radiation treatment have a lower risk of death from prostate cancer and improved overall survival in comparison to those treated with radiation plus androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). “While clinical practice guidelines support... Read more →


Moorestown Police Alert: Beware of Mailbox Fishing

Moorestown Police are investigating several cases of mail stolen from the blue United States Postal Service curbside collection mailboxes, including those located on Chester Ave. between Main Street and Second Street. The thieves are targeting the mailboxes--"Mailbox Fishing" for mailed checks which are stolen, then altered, and fraudulently cashed. These mail collection box thefts are a widespread issue not confined to the Moorestown area. The Moorestown Police issued the following alert, "We suggest that if you have mailed checks or will mail checks that you... Read more →


Camden City Resident Dezmenn Warren Charged with Murder

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (September 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Dezmenn Warren, 30, of Camden City, was charged in a fatal shooting that killed Donte Brown on September 18, 2018. Camden County Police were flagged down on Tuesday morning and told that a man had been shot. Police found the victim, Donte Brown, on the intersection of Ferry Avenue and Kossuth Street suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to Cooper University Hospital where he was pronounced deceased. During the investigation, detectives learned that Dezmenn Warren had been in the... Read more →


“Don’t Count Me Out” Celebrity Basketball Game

Paul's Cousin x LA LUX GROUP in association with the YMCA of Newark Presents "Don't Count Me Out" Celebrity Basketball Game *BASKETBALL + MUSIC + GIVEAWAYS + CELEBRITIES* 9.30.18 @ 2PM Gym: Maplewod Middle School 7 Burnet St Maplewood, NJ 07040 (Entrance on Baker Street & Dunnel Rd.) Phone: (973) 378-7660 Music by DJ Juanyto (Hot 97.1fm) alongisde DJ T & E. Nyce Featuring Specials Guests & ARTISTS : GILLIE DA KID & WALO | Fred Da Godson | Dougie F | Albee Al |... Read more →