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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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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.... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... 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... Read more →