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October 15, 2018

GROSSMAN: VAN DREW WILL JOIN DEMOCRATS VOTING TO IMPEACH KAVANAUGH/TRUMP

Democrat Senator Booker and Congressman Nadler Pursuing Impeachment Plan Somers Point, NJ, October 15, 2018 – Jeff Van Drew, the Democrat candidate for congress in NJ’s 2nd District, would follow his party in voting to impeach newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if given the opportunity in Washington, and... Read more →


CNBNews Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Early Muzzleloader Deer Hunting Season Set to Begin

Popular Season Coincides with Changing Fall Weather Photo courtesy of Michael Douglas The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that the first segment of Maryland’s muzzleloader deer season opens statewide Oct. 18. This is one of many deer hunting opportunities offered in the state and typically coincides with pleasant fall... Read more →


USPS proposes Amazon pay up to 12 percent more for shipping

The U.S. Postal Service has proposed a 9 to 12 percent increase to the shipping service used by Amazon.com. The parcel select service, which is also used by United Parcel Service and FedEx, is the last and typically the most expensive step in the shipping process that gets the packages... Read more →


FBI ALERT: Bad News for Hacker

Latvian Man Used Fake Ads on Newspaper Websites to Spread Malware While waiting for a (non-government) technical training class to begin, FBI Special Agent Robert Cameron used his instructor-provided computer to check the local news. Soon, the computer began to slow down and malfunction. Cameron hadn’t downloaded anything or clicked... Read more →


New Jersey Sierra Club Legislative Round-Up for Monday, October 15, 2018

Monday Legislative Round-Up: EVs, Fracking, Etc. The following bills were released from committee today, Monday, October 15th: Senate Environment and Energy Committee: Fracking Ban S678 (Bateman) prohibits treatment, discharge, disposal, application to roadway, or storage of wastewater, wastewater solids, sludge, drill cuttings or other byproducts from natural gas exploration or... Read more →


Camden County Offers Flu Shots in Gloucester City, Camden and Cherry Hill

(Gloucester Township) – The Freeholder Board has scheduled convenient site locations across Camden County for the 2018 Seasonal Influenza Immunization Program. Gloucester City – October 15 Cold Springs School Gymnasium 1194 Market Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Camden – October 17 City Hall Council Chambers 520... Read more →


NJBIA Says Help Small Businesses by Enhancing Regulatory Flexibility Act

Small businesses could see relief from state government regulations under legislation enhancing the New Jersey Regulatory Flexibility Act, which is scheduled for a vote today in the Assembly Oversight, Reform and Federal Relations Committee. The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) has long supported the bill as a way... Read more →


HANDLING OF SEX ASSAULT CLAIM IN NJ GOV. QUESTIONED

A state employee said Sunday that she was sexually assaulted in April 2017 by Albert Alvarez, a senior staffer in Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration who resigned on October 2. The Associated Press reports that employee, Katie Brennan, tried for a year to get authorities to take action, but with no... Read more →


New Jersey State Museum's Planetarium

Planetarium Public Schedule Astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, a native of Montclair, New Jersey, was the second man to stand on the surface of the moon. The visor in his helmet shows a reflection of Astronaut Neil Armstrong (first man on the moon), taking this picture as well as one footpad... Read more →


Excavation at a Late 17th Century House Site in Gloucester City, New Jersey

Ronald A. Thomas and Martha J. Schiek Background In the early spring of 1983, during construction of a senior citizens housing project at the northwest corner of Market and King Streets in Gloucester City, New Jersey, evidence was uncovered of prehistoric and early historic period archaeological remains. The project site,... Read more →


Where To Enjoy Pennsylvania Wine Month

Deals And Events Around Philadelphia October is Pennsylvania Wine Month, and Philly bars and restaurants are celebrating... by Shannon Wink Cheers to October in Pennsylvania — the perfect time to enjoy wine! Pennsylvania is home to more than 200 wineries, and the autumn grape harvest means the 31 days of... Read more →


Over 16,000 Artifacts of Gloucester City's History in Storage at the New Jersey State Museum

The front page of report (CNBNews graphics file) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 15,2018)--The City of Gloucester City is celebrating its 150th Anniversary of its incorporation this year. Gloucester City was incorporated by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 25, 1868, from... Read more →


ATLANTIC CITY FUGITIVE IS APPREHENDED ON DRUGS, WEAPONS CHARGES

MAYS LANDING- A fugitive of Atlantic City who was indicted in March for drugs and weapons charges has been apprehended, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. photo Courtney Tiggett Courtney Tiggett, 35, was apprehended without incident on October 4, 2018, in Fall River, Massachusetts. He was arrested through the... Read more →


Pew Report Examines Attitudes and Experiences of Philadelphia’s Poor

CNBNews graphics file Study explores health, education, employment, exposure to crime, and more PHILADELPHIA PA (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—A new analysis by The Pew Charitable Trusts examines the attitudes and personal experiences of poor Philadelphians, exploring several key aspects of their lives that are affected by, and potentially helping to perpetuate, poverty—including... Read more →


New Jersey Department of Health Urges Residents to Take Steps to Prevent the Flu

Don’t Wait, Vaccinate! Today New Jersey Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal received his flu shot at Henry J. Austin Health Center and encouraged residents to get vaccinated. “Last year was one of the most severe flu seasons in recent decades,’’ said Dr. Elnahal. “Flu vaccination is the single most important... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: NJBIA Statement on FDU Poll on Minimum Wage

Mike Wallace, NJBIA vice president of Government Affairs, issued the following statement regarding the recent Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) Poll released today finding that three out of four New Jerseyans think the state's minimum wage should be increased, but by considerably less than the $15 an hour proposed by Gov.... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Lies I Told

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet When my kids were little I lied to them frequently, until The Teen Years when they no longer cared to address me. That period ended early in the year 2000, thankfully. Here are ten lies I told them and the reasons behind those lies: 1. The... Read more →


Michael Fox of Hainesport Named to Sherman College Summer 2018 Dean's List

SPARTANBURG, SC (10/10/2018)-- Michael Fox of Hainesport, NJ, has been named to Sherman College of Chiropractic's Dean's List for grades earned during the summer 2018 academic quarter. Dean's List students have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the quarter. Sherman College of Chiropractic provides students with... Read more →


Indoor Cannabis Cultivation VS. Outdoor Cannabis Cultivation

If you have ever thought about growing cannabis, you may have thought about indoor and outdoor growth. In this article, the benefits of each cultivation method is broken down, so it will make your decision process easy. Most of the agricultural crops that we know of are grown outdoors; grapes... Read more →


Philadelphia Man Convicted at Trial of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain announced that Antonio Shaw, 31, of Philadelphia, PA, was found guilty today by a jury of one count of assault with a dangerous weapon. On October 27, 2017, the defendant was an inmate at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia. The government introduced... Read more →


Montclair Design Week’s Inaugural Year: Free Events Oct. 20-28

Montclair,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) October 12, 2018 From October 20 through October 28, a diverse program of lively talks, studio crawls, workshops, films, festivities, and design challenges will take place in venues all across the town. MDW’s mission is to celebrate and mobilize Montclair as a design force for good... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Gun Rights Groups Prevail in Challenge to Firearm Restrictions

DOVER, DELAWARE-- Gun rights groups, including the NRA’s Delaware affiliate, the Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association, scored an encore legal victory this week when the Superior Court of the State of Delaware invalidated parts of newly promulgated regulations imposed by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and the... Read more →