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October 2018

CBP Finds Meth Masquerading as Food

Over 66 pounds pulled from canned goods Release Date: October 31, 2018 HOUSTON - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists and officers inspecting cargo shipments discovered an unusual surprise hidden within food items at Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Oct. 30. CBP officers seized 66.3 pounds of methamphetamine valued at over $225,000 that was discovered within canned items of hominy, tomato puree, and mole in a shipment arriving from Mexico and destined for Houston. CBP officers and agriculture specialists at Houston Intercontinental Airport discovered 66 pounds of methamphetamine within cans and containers of mole, hominy and tomato puree. It was... Read more →


GROSSMAN: American Jews need to Stop Bashing Our Friends & Supporting our Enemies

Democrats And Media Target Trump For Pittsburgh Massacre JEWS ARE SAFE WHEN AMERICA IS GREAT Somers Point, NJ, October 31, 2018 – Instead of joining the City of Pittsburgh and nation in mourning, the far-left mainstream media and leading Democrats in Washington have put their disgraceful spin machine into high gear claiming that President Trump is somehow responsible for the deadliest anti-Semitic shooting in American history, and by doing so, only further fuel hatred and division across America. Contrary to their claims, President Trump, who has actively supported the nation of Israel and Jewish people more than any previous American President,... Read more →


Public Health Emergency in US Territory

Due to Super Typhoon Yutu Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar today declared a public health emergency in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI), a U.S. territory, due to damage from Super Typhoon Yutu. The declaration follows President Trump’s emergency declaration for the territory and gives the HHS Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services beneficiaries and their healthcare providers and suppliers greater flexibility in meeting emergency health needs. “We are working closely with territory health authorities, the local hospital and other healthcare facilities to save lives and protect health after this catastrophic storm,” said HHS Secretary Alex... Read more →


Pennsylvania Man Charged with Federal Hate Crimes

for Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting Robert Bowers Indicted on 44 Counts Including Hate Crimes Resulting in Deaths PITTSBURGH – A federal grand jury sitting in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania charged a Pennsylvania man with federal hate crimes, including the murder of 11 people, for his actions during the Oct. 27, 2018 shootings at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood. United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania Scott W. Brady, and FBI-Pittsburgh Special Agent in Charge Robert Jones made the announcement. Robert Bowers, 46,... Read more →


Adenovirus Outbreak at Voorhees Pediatric Facility

Department of Health Awaits CDC Lab Results; Preliminary Results Rule Out Type 7 The Department of Health is awaiting additional laboratory test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding four confirmed cases of adenovirus among pediatric patients at Voorhees Pediatric Facility in Voorhees. But, preliminary test results have ruled out Type 7, which caused the severe outbreak at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. “The pediatric patients in Voorhees do not have the severity of illnesses we’re seeing among residents at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation,” Health Commissioner Dr. Shereef Elnahal said. “While we... Read more →


Haddon Twp.Teacher Charged with Sexual Assault

HADDON TOWNSHIP NJ (October 31,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that Brantley Cesanek, 30, of Haddon Township, Camden County NJ, was charged with multiple counts of Sexual Assault, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Official Misconduct for sexually assaulting one of his students when she was between the ages of 16-17 years old. An investigation was initiated by the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and Evesham Township Police Department when it was reported that Cesanek, a Latin teacher at Cherokee High School, had an ongoing sexual relationship with a student in 2016 and 2017.... Read more →


MURPHY'S TAX RETURN SHOWS INCOME UP 48% IN 2017

On Tuesday, Gov. Phil Murphy gave a glimpse of his 2017 tax returns, showing that his income climbed by about 48 percent to $6.8 million in 2017. Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs executive who invested $22.5 million in his campaign for governor last year, released two pages from his 1040 form as well as a summary of income and taxes paid going back to 2010. He criticized President Donald Trump, who did not release his taxes during his presidential campaign in 2016, despite not publicizing all his own returns from 2017. His office says news reporters may view his full 2017... Read more →


Beverly City Man Found Guilty of 2016 Murder of Ronald Walker

MOUNT HOLLY (October 30,2018)--— Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced today that a Beverly City resident has been convicted for fatally shooting a man on a Florence street two years ago. Anthony M. Harris, (photo) age 32, of the 100 block of Broad Street, was found guilty of first-degree aggravated manslaughter and two weapons offenses before Superior Court Judge Charles Delehey at the Burlington County Courthouse in Mount Holly. A third weapons offense was dismissed by the state. The jury found Harris guilty of fatally shooting Ronald Walker on Sept. 21, 2016, during a fight between a group of residents from... Read more →


Auto Zone Coming to Brooklawn Shopping Center

CNBNews photo by J. Townsend BROOKLAWN NJ (October 31,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--An Auto Zone Store will be moving into the former Ming Kui Lau Restaurant, U.S. Route 130 and Browning Road, Brooklawn. Today work began on removing the second floor of the building. According to the South Jersey Observer the property sold for $960,000. The restaurant closed its doors in June. Earlier this year the Brooklawn Planning Board granted minor site plan approval for an approximate 6,800 square foot AutoZone retail store with accessory on-site parking, loading area, identification signage and related site improvements. The second floor of the Ming Kui Lau restaurant was... Read more →


How Can I Get into Digital Trading?

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNewsnet)(October 31,2018)--By now, there’s a slim chance you’ve managed to avoid the term ‘cryptocurrency’, ‘blockchain’ or ‘Bitcoin’. But instead of just being buzzwords thrown about by the digital community, they are actually viable ways in which you can get involved with the future of finance. The worlds of digital tokens, cryptocurrency and forex are surprisingly easy to get involved with compared to other possibilities. By doing due diligence before getting involved with the digital future of money, you can take steps to create a safety net when it comes to finances. Source: Pixabay Trading Platforms for Beginners Using... Read more →


DNREC’s Natural Resources Police launch new tip411 mobile app

for reporting crimes and concerns DOVER (Oct. 31, 2018) – Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) has launched a new law enforcement app, enabling the public to connect with the department’s Natural Resources Police officers, receive alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their smartphones. “Technology is playing an ever-increasing role in the ways we communicate, and this new Natural Resources Police app offers the public an easy electronic means of reporting crimes and concerns,” said DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin. “The app also gives our Natural Resources Police officers an efficient new tool to gather tips and share... Read more →


New York Philharmonic String Quartet Coming to Kutztown University

KUTZTOWN, PA (10/30/2018) The New York Philharmonic String Quartet will take the stage at Kutztown University on Friday, Nov. 9, at Schaeffer Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. The New York Philharmonic String Quartet is comprised of four virtuosi principal musicians from the vaunted New York Philharmonic, equally at home as concerto soloists with the Philharmonic and orchestras around the world. To commemorate the 175th anniversary of the New York Philharmonic, this phenomenal string quartet made its much-anticipated debut at Lincoln Center in March 2017. The members of this acclaimed ensemble, all multiple prize winners, are Concertmaster Frank Huang, Principal Associate Concertmaster... Read more →


Judicial Watch Files Bar Complaint Against Christine Blasey Ford’s Lawyers

Dr. Ford’s lawyers neglected to inform their client that she could have been interviewed by female staffers at home, in private rather than the formal hearing in Washington, DC (Washington, DC)(October 30,2018)-– Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a complaint to the Board of Professional Responsibility of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals of Debra S. Katz, Lisa J. Banks, and Michael R. Bromwich for violating the rules of professional responsibility in their representation of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee during the hearings on the nomination of the Honorable Brett Kavanaugh. According to the... Read more →


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Halloween and Fall Perfect Together

image courtesy of Pinterest Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet I think there must be autumnal reasons for Halloween being hued in orange and black. It’s a fun time, a magic evening if you’re a kid, and if you’re a grandpa-type guy, like me, who gets to hand out the goodies. But the colors of this sweet evening celebration are orange and black, and so is October. In another week or so, our deciduous trees will stand like skeletons against the gray skies of winter, but now we have the orange and black of fall. It happens right about sunset each day. The... Read more →


Obituary: Robert F. Averona Jr., of Bellmawr

Robert F. Averona, Jr., on October 30, 2018, of Bellmawr, formerly of South Philadelphia. Age 60. Beloved father of Robert, III (Tracy), Anthony (Amanda), James (Erin) and Samantha. Devoted grandfather of Julianna, John Joseph, Ava, Michael, Jimmy, Anthony, Skarlet, Frankie, Anthony, Jr., Layla, Olivia, and Vienna. Loving son of Roseann (nee Leonetti) and the late Robert “Sonny” Averona. Dear brother of Michael (Patricia) and the late Stephen (the late Patricia). Uncle of Sonny, Francesca, Johnah, Michael, Gabrielle, Danielle, Dominique and Luna. Dear companion of Bernadette McFarland. Mr. Averona was an avid drummer and was a member of several bands throughout his... Read more →


KAMMCO Collaboration with Military Health System

Lawrenceville,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease) October 30, 2018 On August 30, the Military Health System (MHS) added critical medical information from seven physician-led health information exchanges (HIEs) across the nation. This was facilitated by the Kansas Health Information Network (KHIN), KAMMCO and the eHealth Exchange. Laura McCrary, Ed.D, Executive Director of KHIN comments on the significance, “This represents the growing capabilities of HIEs to share records in all locations from which a patient has received care.” With this new development, medical records can be shared across the world as military personnel and their families transition between multiple locations, stateside or overseas. Military... Read more →


CNB May 2013 Archives: Computerize Traffic Systems Being Installed on Route 130 & Rt. 68

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Photo credit cnbnewsnet WHAT FUNNY LOOKING TRAFIC LIGHTS?--The NJ Department of Transportation recently installed an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) at the intersection of Market Street and Route 130, Gloucester City. The units and camera (shown above) will adjust the time on traffic lights depending upon traffic congestion. This work is part of the Direct Connection Project which began in March. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--As part of the Direct Connection Project the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) recently began installing specialized computer equipment at a number of intersections on Route 130 and... Read more →


Food Bank of South Jersey Appoints Fred Wasiak as New CEO  

PENNSAUKEN, NJ – The Food Bank of South Jersey’s Board of Trustees has announced Fred Wasiak, a local South Jersey resident with over 30 years of leadership and executive management experience, as the new CEO, effective November 5, 2018. As CEO, Wasiak will oversee all aspects of the Food Bank, including financial sustainability and operations, community engagement, programs, and staff development. “After conducting an extensive search, we knew that Fred’s combined experience as both a nonprofit CEO and business owner make him the ideal candidate to lead the Food Bank through our next exciting chapter,” said Rick Cureton, Chairman, Board of... Read more →


New Jersey Still at Risk from Storms

NJ Sierra Club As the sixth anniversary of Sandy comes upon us, we must look at where we’ve been and where we’ve going. We’re not stronger than the next storm and the storms themselves are getting stronger. According to a 2018 report by the United Nations IPCC, we may have as little as 12 years to reach critical levels in stopping emissions before Earth reaches a dangerous temperature. A Rutgers study notes that sea level may rise almost 3 feet by 2100. Research shows that this is a dire situation for the entire planet and NJ is especially at risk and... Read more →


DOH Investigates A. baumannii Cases at University Hospital

Department Orders Directed Plan of Correction The New Jersey Department of Health is investigating four Acinetobacter baumannii cases in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of University Hospital in Newark. The Department first became aware of this bacterial infection on Oct. 1 and two Department teams have been closely monitoring the situation. Those department teams, which have been at the facility last week and this week, have been ensuring that infection control protocols are followed and are tracking cases of the infection. The Department’s inspection revealed major infection control deficiencies. A premature baby who had been cared for at University Hospital... Read more →


NJBIA Health Benefits Survey Shows Decline in Members Offering Coverage

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 2018 Health Benefits Survey reveals a decline in member companies offering healthcare coverage to their employees, but overall a strong commitment to making sacrifices to keep coverage despite rising healthcare costs. According to the survey: · 78 percent of members said they offer healthcare coverage to employees, which is down from the 85 percent in NJBIA's 2016 Health Benefits Survey. Additionally, 70 percent of companies with 1-24 employees said they offer healthcare coverage, down 6 percent from 2016. · At the same time, 40 percent of the companies that offer coverage said they took... Read more →


Trick or Treat Information for Pine Hill, Gloucester Township and Gloucester City

Pine Hill Halloween Curfew and Trick or Treating Hours CNBNews graphics file LINDENWOLD, NJ Lindenwold Mayor and Council have established Halloween Trick or Treating Hours by Resolution. The hours for Trick or Treating will be from 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Mayor and Council have also amended the curfew hours for Friday, October 26, 2018 through Thursday, November 1, 2018. Curfew hours during this period shall be from 8:00 pm until 6:00 am each night. Curfew in the Borough of Lindenwold is for residents seventeen (17) years of age and under. Address/Location Lindenwold Police Department 2001... Read more →


Beware of Vampire Energy

Don’t Let “Vampire Energy” Suck the Dollars Out of Your Wallet CNBNews graphics file MAYS LANDING, N.J. (October 29, 2018) – With scary and spooky creatures roaming the streets across the region this Halloween, Atlantic City Electric is providing tips to help customers hunt down vampire energy and stop inefficient appliances and other devices from sucking money right out of their wallets. Vampire energy, also known as standby energy, is energy drawn from outlets when devices are off but still plugged in. Many types of electronics and office equipment, including mobile phone chargers, computers, printers, game consoles, and more, continue to... Read more →


Halloween Garb That Elites Don't Like

October 30, 2018 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how the phony critics of Halloween garb are: The sensitivity police are still reeling over Megyn Kelly's innocuous recalling of "blackface" Halloween pranks. Yet some have taken the time to inform us of other Halloween fare they find objectionable. But none object to any anti-Catholic costumes. Yahoo.com ran a piece earlier this month titled, "7 Offensive Halloween Costumes You Definitely Shouldn't Wear This Year." One of the costumes deemed offensive is an outfit that looks like bricks on a wall, with the inscription across the chest, "Mexico Will Pay." Even though... Read more →


More Stop Signs and One-Way Streets for Gloucester City

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (October 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—The City of Gloucester City has released a new traffic pattern for the east side of Broadway that will go into effect in November. The following press release explains the plan. On November 13, 2018 the new stop signs that were installed on Johnson Blvd. and Park Avenue will be uncovered and go into effect. The new sign locations are as follows: • Park Avenue, both directions, at the intersection with Gaskill Avenue. • Johnson Blvd., both directions, at the intersections with Morris, Paul and Monmouth Streets In addition, Essex Street, between King Street and Broadway,... Read more →


Department of Health Releases Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation Inspection Report

The New Jersey Department of Health today released the final report from the October 21, 2018 unannounced inspection of the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell. There are no new cases or additional deaths to report today. The Department had previously reported on preliminary findings of the visit, however the full extent of the survey needed to be assessed by inspection staff. According to Centers Medicare & Medicaid Services standards, the facility had deficiencies that did not indicate substandard care was delivered. “Now that the report is finalized, certain findings raise questions about whether these general longterm care standards... Read more →


Delaware Hunting Season Peaks

Deer hunting season; Canada goose season, second season split for ducks, and other seasons open DOVER (Oct. 30, 2018) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is promoting hunting seasons opening in November, including Delaware’s popular November shotgun deer season – which runs from Friday, Nov. 9 thru Sunday, Nov. 18, including Sunday, Nov. 11 – the season during which the highest number of deer are harvested by hunters in the state. Hunters are also reminded of expanded Sunday deer hunting opportunities on all Sundays through the end of the deer-hunting season on Feb. 3, 2019, using only those hunting methods... Read more →


PetSmart Supports Groomer Licensing

Comments on New Jersey Pet Groomers Licensing Act October 29, 2018 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PetSmart, Inc. (“PetSmart”) commends the objectives of the “Pet Groomers Licensing Act,” designated as “Bijou’s Law,” to require pet grooming licenses, a law which will potentially serve as a model for future legislation. PetSmart President and Chief Executive Officer J.K. Symancyk commented, “PetSmart recognizes that the interests of pets must always come first, and we support the continual pursuit of improvement in the grooming industry. PetSmart maintains and continues to raise the bar with the highest grooming standards in the industry. We believe a... Read more →


LAWMAKERS CAN SUBPOENA IN MURPHY STAFFER CASE

Lawmakers on Monday gave themselves broad authority, including subpoena power, to investigate Gov. Phil Murphy’s hiring practices in the wake of revelations that a former aide accused of sexually assaulting a campaign volunteer was able to land a high-ranking job in the administration. Both the Senate and Assembly passed a resolution to create a 15-member investigative panel to review how that happened and what changes should be made to state law and hiring procedures. Senate President Stephen Sweeney, D-Gloucester, said the hearings will get started this year. (NorthJersey.com) AFTER PITTSBURGH, MURPHY PUSHES TIGHTER GUN LAWS Two days after a mass shooting... Read more →


Carjacking Suspects Captured in Winslow Twp.

CNBNews graphics file WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, NJ (October 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Monday, October 29 at 4:22 pm Winslow Police were dispatched to Dunham Loop in the Tansboro section of Winslow Twp. for a carjacking that just occurred involving four subjects. The subjects were reported to be armed with a handgun. Responding units observed the vehicle on New Brooklyn Road. As marked units activated their overhead lights, the vehicle parked abruptly and all four occupants fled on foot towards a wooded area. Initial officers gave chase on foot and subsequently captured two of the four suspects within ½ mile of their car. During this initial... Read more →


Authorities Charge Bordentown Man with Sexual Assault of Three Teenage Boys

Defendant allegedly showed pornography, provided marijuana and access to firearm BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ (October 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Bordentown City Police Chief Frederic Miller announced that a 58-year-old Bordentown City man has been charged with sexually assaulting three boys at his residence, allowing multiple youths unrestricted access to a handgun, providing some of them with marijuana, and showing pornography to one of the boys. Alan J. Berman, (photo) of the 100 block of Lucas Drive, was charged with three counts of Sexual Assault (Second Degree), seven counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Second Degree), and one... Read more →


Kellyanne Conway Upsets Elites Again

October 29, 2018 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on reaction to Kellyanne Conway's remark today on the synagogue massacre: Kellyanne Conway is being misrepresented by several media outlets, all of which have seized upon her comments regarding the massacre at the Pittsburgh synagogue. On the October 29 edition of "Fox and Friends," she discussed what happened, noting that "late-night comedians" who are busy "making fun of people who express religion" contribute to the "anti-religiosity in this country." She is right about that. Importantly, she never blamed these entertainers for the killings, though that is the way it is being spun.... Read more →


VILLAS MAN RESISTS ARREST DURING A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENT

CNBNews graphics file VILLAS, NJ (October 29,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--On October 25th, 2018 at approximately 7:14 p.m. officers of the Lower Township Police Department responded to 899 Bayshore Road (Families Matter LLC.) in the Villas section of Lower Township for the report of a domestic violence incident. As officers were en route, the caller advised that the actor was still on scene and was kicking and punching the victim’s vehicle. Upon arrival the officers located the actor, later identified as Shawn Harkin, a 31 year old, unemployed Villas resident. Mr. Harkin was standing across the street from Families Mater LLC. as officers exited their... Read more →


NRA:ILA News: Republican Mayor Survives Recall Effort After Twitter-Checking David Hogg

SUPPORT NRA-ILA Fortunes seem to rise and fall on Twitter with alarming regularity. But the platform may not be an equal opportunity soapbox, with some opinions reportedly getting more exposure than others and some speakers seemingly operating with greater impunity. That’s why it was refreshing this week to see the people of Waterville, Me. stand behind their Republican mayor, Nick Isgro, after an effort was launched to recall him from office. Mayor Isgro’s supposed offense? Calling gun control activist David Hogg to task in a tweet. The story began last March when Fox News personality Laura Ingraham tweeted about Hogg’s rejection... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

James Madison University announces summer 2018 graduates HARRISONBURG, VA (10/26/2018)-- James Madison University is pleased to announce the following local students who graduated during the August 4, 2018 commencement exercises: Chloe Elizabeth Molineaux of Linwood, NJ, graduated with a degree in Health Services Administration. Teagan Jeffery Dey of Moorestown, NJ, graduated with a degree in Sport & Recreation Management. Kevin Kerwin Kennedy of Medford, NJ, graduated with a degree in Sport & Recreation Management. Nikole Ashly Tavenner of Belmar, NJ, graduated with a degree in Justice Studies. Peter Xavier Bader of Moorestown, NJ, graduated with a degree in Sport & Recreation... Read more →


Public Health Alert: Measles Exposure in Ocean County

The New Jersey Department of Health is warning residents about a confirmed case of measles—a highly contagious disease— who could have possibly exposed others to the infection while in Ocean County between October 13 and October 21, 2018. Testing at CDC has confirmed the infection. The individual developed symptoms after international travel to Israel, where there has been an increase in measles cases. Anyone who visited the following locations may have been exposed to measles: Schul Satmar, 405 Forest Avenue, Lakewood, NJ 08701 October 13-October 21 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily Eat a Pita, 116 Clifton Ave, Lakewood, NJ... Read more →


NJ Sierra Club Opinion: NJ Fights Against Trump’s Clean Car Standards Rollbacks

Trenton NJ (October 29,2018)--Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal has filed comments on behalf of New Jersey, and alongside 20 other states, demanding a withdrawal of the EPA’s proposed elimination of the Clean Car Standards. The Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has proposed to eliminate these standards that help reduce air pollution from vehicles. The standards were adopted by the Obama Administration in 2012 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through federal vehicle fuel economy standards. “New Jersey is standing up to the Trump Administration by filing these comments objecting to the clean car standards. By eliminating the... Read more →


Study: Misuse of Stimulant Medication When Snorted, Injected Has Severe Consequences

Newswise (October 29,2018)(CNBNewsnet) — A study evaluating the prevalence and clinical consequences of prescription amphetamine (AMP) misuse among adolescents and adults was presented Oct. 25 by Stephen Faraone, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience & Physiology at SUNY Upstate Medical University at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s (AACAP) 65th annual meeting in Seattle. The study evaluated data from the U.S. National Poison Data System (NPDS) to assess the impact of exposure to a prescription AMP misuse via oral and non-oral routes of administration in 6,163 adolescents (aged 12-18 years) and 9,713 adults (aged ≥ 18 years). Administration... Read more →


Rolling Badges Law Enforcement MC and 4 Heroes Event Sponsoring Thanksgiving Event

MUST REGISTER BY NOVEMBER 1 WESTVILLE NJ (October 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)The Rolling Badges Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club and 4 Heroes Charity Inc. will host a pair of events for disadvantaged families and the elderly in Westville. On Nov. 10th, approximately 250 free Thanksgiving takeout dinners will be distributed to disadvantaged or elderly Westville residents from 929 Edgewater Ave. from 4 to 7 p.m. Those wishing to participate need to sign up by Thursday, Nov. 1, at Borough Hall, 165 Broadway, Westville. On Nov. 20, Rolling Badges and 4 Heroes Charity will furnish 25 dinners to be delivered to the Parkview School for... Read more →


Judicial Watch: Caravan Includes Gang Members, Africans, Bangladeshis, Sri Lankans and Indians

Thousands of people walking to United States from Central America. October 21, 2018 photo courtesy of The Atlantic (Guatemalan-Honduran Border)(October 29,2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- Besides gang members and mobs of young angry men, the Central American caravan making its way into the United States also consists of Africans, Bangladeshis, Sri Lankans and Indians. Judicial Watch is covering the crisis from the Guatemalan-Honduran border this week and observed that the popular mainstream media narrative of desperate migrants—many of them women and children—seeking a better life is hardly accurate. Guatemalan intelligence officials confirmed that the caravan that originated in the northern Honduran city of San Pedro... Read more →


GROSSMAN: REPUBLICANS PUSHING PLANS FOR FURTHER HEALTH CARE IMPROVEMENTS

Progress Has Been Made And More Reforms Targeted Somers Point, NJ, October 29, 2018 – You wouldn’t know it from the Democrat’s deceptive election season advertising, but the Republican led government under President Trump has made great strides in providing affordable health care for the American people, despite needing to overcome Democrat obstruction to do so. “President Obama looked directly into TV cameras and deliberately lied about Obamacare’s high cost and people being able to keep their doctors. Nancy Pelosi said that the Obamacare legislation had to be passed without reading it so that Congress could learn what was in it.... Read more →


Murphy Speaks on Sandy: Actions Needed More Than Ever

(New Jersey Sierra Club)(Union Beach, NJ)(October 29,2018)--- Today Governor Murphy is speaking on the Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy alongside Senators Menendez and Booker and Congressman Pallone. The New Jersey Sierra Club has concerns that despite strong words from the Murphy Administration, we don’t have the action to make us stronger than the next storm. According to a 2018 report by the United Nations IPCC, we may have as little as 12 years to reach critical levels in stopping emissions before Earth reaches a dangerous temperature. A Rutgers study notes that sea level may rise almost 3 feet by 2100. “Although he’s... Read more →


Obituary: Florie Cubler, of Runnemede

Florie Cubler, on October 28, 2018, of Runnemede for 63 years. Age 84. Beloved wife of the late John Cubler. Devoted mother of John (Joan), Lorraine Kotarski (Tom), and Robert (Dawn). Loving grandmother of Jillian (Joey), Jessica (Craig), Bobby, Tommy, Johnny, Rachel, Zac, Tyler, and Emily. Dear sister of Charles McDermond (Carole) and the late Dorothy Suzano. Sister in law of Edward Suzano. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Florie was very active with St. Teresa Church. She volunteered cleaning the church every other Wednesday for over 50 years and also volunteered working the carnival. There will be a... Read more →


Vote By Mail Application Deadline 10/30

The deadline for a Vote by Mail Application is TOMORROW 10/30/2018. The application MUST be physically received by the CAMDEN COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE. Important Information -You must be a registered voter in order to apply for a Mail-In Ballot. -Once you apply for a Mail-In Ballot, you will not be permitted to vote by machine at your polling place in the same election. -You will receive instructions with your ballot. -Your Mail-In Ballot must be received by the County Board of Election before close of polls on Election Day or postmarked by Election Day and received within 48 hours. -Do not... Read more →