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October 2018

Delawareans Urged to take Action for National Weatherization Day Oct. 30

Visit DNREC’s website for winter energy-saving checklist, weatherization assistance program for low-income families DOVER (Oct. 29, 2018) – DNREC is encouraging Delawareans to mark National Weatherization Day, Oct. 30, by taking action to weatherize their homes which will help save energy, reduce their energy costs, and contribute to improving air quality by reducing their carbon footprint. DRAFT: “Everyone can do simple things around their residence to help make their homes more comfortable during cold winter days, reduce the amount spent on heating costs, and do your part in reducing the carbon in our air that contributes to global warming,” said... Read more →


Surprising Advancements of Waste Disposal in Canton, Ga

(CNBNewsnet)(October 29,2018)--This is 2018, and there is not a single corner on earth where information about environmental issues hasn’t reached the public in one way or another. The negative impact that humans have had on the planet over the years has merely begun to be amended by the corporations around the world as they make adjustments to be more eco-friendly. Industrial renovation and recycling efforts, however, can only go so far. New technological developments are needed to fix our planet and try to make right the damage done by years of abuse on the planet’s resources. The people in Canton,... Read more →


$17M Renovation Work on Chatham Sq. Underway

(CNBNewsnet photo)The front of the property showing the renovations to the outside of the apartments facing U.S. Route 130. The photo was taken last week. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. (October 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)— Work on the former Chatham Square Apartments, also known as Meadowbrook Mews, Route 130 and Klemm Avenue, is progressing. The Gloucester City owned apartments were sold to Cyzner Properties Inc., Green Brook, N.J. in August 2017 for $1.5 million. A spokesman for Cyzner Properties said the new plans for the complex call for the construction of 141 apartments, 100 of those units will... Read more →


*First State Heritage Park to enliven The Green at the 18th Century Market Fair

DOVER (October 2018) – DNREC’s First State Heritage Park’s 18th Century Market Fair recreates the sights and sounds of eagerly anticipated events, and allows visitors to leave the 21st century behind for a few hours free of charge from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, on The Green. In the 1700s, The Green was the center of life in Dover, and the site of annual autumn market fairs. In past years at the fair, nearly 5,000 visitors chatted with living history characters, watched traditional artisans at work, and enjoyed comical interactive performances – all with an 18th-century twist.... Read more →


*Wine Trail Bus Trip; Beneifits Hero Scholarship Fund

Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund Wine Trail Bus Trip Friday, November 2, 2018 Join us for a day of wine tasting at 4 Local Wineries. Bus will leave from Berlin Municipal Building at 10:45am. Wine tasting at Valenzano Winery, DiMatteo Vineyards, Sharrott Winery, and Plagido’s Winery. Lunch will be hosted at DiMatteo Vineyards. Bus will return to Berlin by 5pm. The $75 fee includes transportation, all tastings, lunch, plus other snacks and beverages throughout the day. For more information call The Hero Scholarship Fund (856) 768-9656 Must be 21 years old to attend!! There’s only space for 50 people, so... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: To Friends of the Pennsylvania Republican Party

As we are still reeling from the events in Pittsburgh this weekend, I want to again extend sympathies on behalf of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania to those affected and thank all law enforcement and first responders who put their lives in harm's way as they worked to protect and help members of their community. As I said in my statement to the media: The Republican Party of Pennsylvania condemns this shooting and all acts of violence motivated by intolerance, in the strongest terms possible. All of the events of this past week show that we as a society must... Read more →


*GHS CLASS OF 1973 (and friends) Meet & Greet

Clancy's (Rt 130 Brooklawn Friday Night, November 9 ...any time after 6...TILL????? It's been 45 years!!! Come as you are, cash bar/food CASUAL get together and dance the night away... (music provided by a DJ) NO TICKETS TO BUY. JUST SHOW UP! But, please let us know if you can make to be sure they provide enough waitress staff/bartenders. Questions Call…. Gregg Francis: 609-206-4150 gfran55@comcast.net Ellen Boulden 856-287-5469 ekb810@aol.com Read more →


*All Souls Day Masses at SJ Catholic Cemeteries

South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries invites all to celebrate Mass for All Souls at one of our South Jersey Catholic Cemeteries located throughout the area. Feel free to visit our cemeteries and mausoleums and pray for our dearly departed loved ones and all souls who have gone before us. Also in honor of All Souls Day, all diocesan chapel mausoleums will be open until 7 PM on Friday, Nov. 2. All Masses will be celebrated in the chapel mausoleums listed at SouthJerseyCatholicCemeteries.org. and see Mass schedule below : Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Forever

Dawn Watson | Cnbnewsnet I’ve come to the realization that everything is temporary. Discounting anything spiritual, there isn’t anything that lasts forever. Sure, long-term marriages lasting fifty-plus years show longevity and loyalty but forever? I think not. I once purchased a battery-operated candle that poetically promised everlasting light—it conked out after four days of continuous glow. Ninety-some hours is hardly forever. And let’s talk about permanent markers. They aren’t. If they were people wouldn’t bother getting tattoos, they’d simply draw on their skin like an etch-a-sketch and save the pain of the needle Even tattoos aren’t permanent; they fade until... Read more →


*ManUp South Jersey Spirituality Conference Nov. 10

CNBNews graphics file HADDONFIELD, NJ (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Want to become a better husband, better father, better son, and a better employee? Want to become a better man? Then you need to attend the ManUp South Jersey Men’s Spirituality Conference! This day-long conference will provide an opportunity to encounter Christ in a special way, and you’ll return home knowing that you have been called by Christ and sent on a mission. Read Deacon Cioe’s story in here. Download flyer here. Register here. Additional info go to www.ManUpSouthJersey.com. email Deacon Anthony Cioe at anthony.cioe@camdendiocese.org. Download PDF Flyer SAVE EVENT TO CALENDAR Read more →


*Camden County Hero Scholarship Coach Bingo

Holiday Style sponsored by the Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund Friday, November 16, 2018 Bingo will start at 7:00 pm Doors will open at 6pm for a little shopping time! We will have various vendors on hand selling items – so you can start your holiday shopping! Magnolia Community Center - Albertson Avenue, Magnolia $25 per person Must be 18 years of age or older to attend! 10 Games ... 10 Chances to win a Coach Pocketbook! Bonus Game and 50/50 will be held at additional charge. Bottled Water, Soft Pretzels, Coffee and Desserts will be served. Please feel free... Read more →


The New Jersey Housing Market is on the Rise in 2018

(October 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--New Jersey’s housing market is becoming one of the hottest markets across the state with the West Coast looking to have problems of their own when it comes to house properties. New Jersey is but one of the places that are turning out to be one of the best places to own properties at the moment with a median home value that ranks at about $312,000. Housing prices range from a modest $200,000 to way past $600,000 depending on where you’re lucky enough to land your feet. If you’re looking to move to Jersey, then you should prepare... Read more →


Officer Down: Assistant Chief of Police Dennis Vincent, Brigham City Police Department, Utah

Assistant Chief of Police Dennis Vincent Brigham City Police Department, Utah End of Watch Friday, October 26, 2018 BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH (October 28,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Assistant Chief of Police Dennis Vincent, age 53, died one week after suffering a brain aneurysm while participating in his annual physical fitness test on October 18th, 2018. He had served on the police force for 28 years. He collapsed during a portion of the test and was taken to the University of Utah Hospital where he remained until passing away on October 26th, 2018. Assistant Chief Vincent had served with the Brigham City Police Department for 24... Read more →


Health Department Confirms 9th Death at Wanaque Center for Nursing & Rehab

CNBNews graphics file HASKELL, NJ (October 28,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Another medically fragile child with respiratory illness at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell unfortunately passed away at a hospital late last night, bringing the total deaths among facility residents to nine. This latest death was an individual who had a confirmed case of adenovirus and had become ill before Oct. 22. A total of 25 pediatric cases have been associated with this outbreak. A staff member at the facility — who has since recovered — also became ill as part of the outbreak. Among the 25 confirmed adenovirus cases among... Read more →


Guest Opinion: CNN Denies Reality of Gun Confiscation to Attack President Trump

BY NRA-ILA It’s as if someone confiscated the facts from CNN. When it comes to guns or President Donald Trump the self-professed “most trusted name in news” has a difficult time telling the truth. Combine those topics into a single story and the network can’t seem to help but fabricate a story. In an October 19 piece for CNN.com titled, “The 45 most bizarre lines from Donald Trump's wild Montana speech,” CNN political reporter Chris Cillizza purported to refute several of the comments President Donald Trump made at an October 18 campaign rally for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale... Read more →


Maryland's Fishing Report: Strippers Are Here!

by Erik Zlokovitz Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Photo by Travis Long We are now deep into a fall fishing pattern, with classic cold fronts and gusty northerly winds. This past weekend, anglers who were able to get out before or after the winds found good striped bass fishing over a wide area of the Chesapeake Bay, from Love Point down to the Calvert Cliffs gas docks area. Forecast Summary: Oct. 24-30 These shorter, cooler days are a sign for bay fish to prepare for winter conditions or migrate out of the bay. Right now there is plenty of cool... Read more →


Timothy J. Piazza Anti-hazing LawProtecting Students and Increasing Penalties

Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf has signed Senate Bill 1090, the Timothy J. Piazza Antihazing Law, which strengthens penalties for hazing and ensures that schools have safeguards to protect students. The governor was joined by Jim and Evelyn Piazza, Timothy’s parents, bill sponsor Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, Penn State President Eric J. Barron and Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education Chancellor Dan Greenstein. Timothy Piazza was a 19-year-old Penn State University student who died in February 2017 at a fraternity. “Tim’s tragic experience has led to real change. There is no place for hazing on our college campuses.... Read more →


Philadelphia CBP intercepts Counterfeit Mercedes Benz Auto Parts

from China worth nearly $1.8 Million PHILADELPHIA (October 25, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)– U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers recently recovered counterfeit Mercedes Benz auto parts in Philadelphia that were being shipped from China to Newark, New Jersey. If authentic, the auto parts held a manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of $1,764,126. CBP officers initially examined the shipment on September 6, 2018. The shipment was manifested as “Other Parts and Accessories of Motor Vehicles” from Yangshan, China. Because of concerns related to the quality, origination and destination of the shipment, and the corporate trademark logo on the auto parts, the shipment was... Read more →


First Jersey Title Services, Inc. Honored

Voted “Best Local Title Agency For 2018” Readers of the New Jersey Law Journal Make Award Selection Paramus, NJ – Thomas J. Kemly, President and CEO of Columbia Bank, is pleased to announce that First Jersey Title Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary, has been voted the “Best Local Title Agency for 2018” by the readers of the New Jersey Law Journal. First Jersey was specifically cited for their outstanding real estate/research and information services. “We are extremely pleased that First Jersey Title has been recognized for their exceptional, reliable and on-time customer service,” Mr. Kemly said. “This is further evidence... Read more →


Most Common Mistakes Made When Hiring a Lawyer

(October 28,2018)If you find yourself in a situation where you need to get a lawyer – don’t panic. There are many lawyers available to work with you, and you’ll be able to get the help and counsel you need. However, make sure that you don’t shoot yourself in the foot by making one of these common mistakes when hiring a lawyer. Not choosing someone accessible Before choosing a lawyer, you need to make sure that your communication styles match. Going through a situation which requires you to have a lawyer is stressful enough as it is, and you don’t want... Read more →


Philly Airport Switches from Diesel to Natural Gas

October 25, 2018 NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) announced that Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has switched from diesel to Clean Energy’s compressed natural gas (CNG) as part of a sustainability initiative to reduce toxic emissions, decrease noise volume, and lower fuel costs. “The airport was seeking to adopt alternative fuels and environmentally-friendly vehicles, so it converted 100 percent of its fleet to natural gas. The CNG-fueled shuttle buses run 90 percent quieter than diesel, lower CO2 emissions by 20 percent, and have no fumes.” First Transit, the largest private-sector provider of mobility solutions in... Read more →


2018 Green Communities Winners Honored

DEP'S URBAN AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY PROGRAM HONORS 2018 GREEN COMMUNITIES ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS AT CHERRY HILL EVENT (October 2018) TRENTON NJ- The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is honoring four 2018 Green Communities Achievement Award winners for outstanding contributions to urban and community forestry, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced. Fairleigh Dickinson University - Florham campus, Meadow Lakes Senior Community in East Windsor, Mercer County, Morristown in Morris County, and Rumson in Monmouth County received their awards Friday, Oct. 19 at the New Jersey Shade Tree Federation's 93rd Annual Conference Dinner at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill, Camden County.... Read more →


Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: October 15 to October 21

Reminder for the week: Safety on the C&D Canal Conservation Area DOVER (Oct. 26, 2018) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Oct. 15-21 made 4,070 contacts with hunters, anglers, boaters, and the general public, issuing five citations. Officers responded to 39 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to assist the public. An increased Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police presence continued at the C&D... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Department: 114 Recovered Bikes Going to the Needy

GTPD Community Bulletin: GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Throughout the year, the Gloucester Township Police Department has recovered over 100 bicycles that were not claimed by the owners. On Wednesday October 10th, these bicycles were able to be donated to two organizations that will use these bicycles to help those in need, such as the boys and girls clubs. This is another example of the partnership that the Gloucester Township Police Department has built with the community. Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd Gloucester Township, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-228-4500 Read more →


Ommelanden Rifle and Pistol Range Opens

Expanded days and hours and ‘Free Sight-In Days’ also available at Ommelanden’s ranges NEW CASTLE (Oct. 26, 2018) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today that repairs to the rifle and pistol range at the Ommelanden Hunter Education Training Center are complete, and the rifle and pistol range will reopen on Saturday, Oct. 27. Repairs to replace a damaged concrete floor, install a new drainage system, and install a new block wall and entryway are part of the Division’s ongoing renovation plan for the Ommelanden range complex. The days and hours of operation of the Ommelanden Range will... Read more →


Obituary: Naomi “Bimpy” Hartley of Mt. Ephraim

CNBNews graphics file On October 26, 2018, of Mt. Ephraim. Age 86. Devoted sister of Pat Spagnuolo and Sara Ayers. Loving aunt of Bob and Amy Fitzmaurice, Charles Spagnuolo (Fiona), Jason Spagnuolo, and the late Louis Spagnuolo. Also survived by many cousins. There will be a viewing Tuesday eve from 7pm to 9pm and Wednesday morning from 9am to 10am at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 11am in church at St. Rose of Lima, 300 E Kings Hwy, Haddon Heights. Entombment at New St. Mary’s mausoleum, Bellmawr. Family request, in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Naomi’s memory... Read more →


JEROME BY DAVE WOLFE | CNBNewsnet

Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 5 No. 19 (October 28, 2018) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we will post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe, age 18. Dave has been drawing since he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to be a cartoonist at the age of 8. He’s been distributing his comics in school since 3rd grade. (click image to enlarge) Read more →


The Attic Youth Center 25th Anniversary Gala 

Ticket Sales Close October 29 PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 2018) - The Attic Youth Center’s 25th Anniversary Gala: “Once Upon a Time” will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at the Crystal Tea Room in Center City, Philadelphia. This very special event will celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Attic Youth Center, with all proceeds allowing The Attic to provide ongoing high-quality programs and services for Philadelphia’s LGBTQ youth. The night will honor The Attic with dinner, cocktails, live music entertainment, and dancing. Dominique Jackson, the actress and model best known for her leading role on the groundbreaking television series... Read more →


Face of Defense: Coast Guard coordinates Medevacs from Cruise Ship Norwegian Breakaway

The Norwegian Breakaway NEW YORK — The Coast Guard coordinated a medical evacuation of a man from a cruise ship suffering from chest pains in New York Harbor, Saturday afternoon. Watch standers at Coast Guard New York command center received notification at approximately 2:30 p.m., stating a 76-year-old man needed medical attention aboard the 1068-foot Bahamian-flagged cruise ship Norwegian Breakaway. Due to the weather an air medevac was not possible. A conference call between the Coast Guard flight surgeon and the ship’s doctor determined that a small boat medevac was the best, and the command center coordinated with the New... Read more →


CNBNews May 2013 Archives: Easy Win for The Rams Alumni, Pummel Lions Alumni 24-17

published Thursday, May 30, 2013 THE UNBEATABLE RAMS!!! --This year's Rams team had their way, once again, with the Lions Alumni. Rams Manager/Head Coach Bob Chew was asked what he attributed his team's success to? Chew said, "First of all, our team practices all year long. And, as you can see, that hard work pays off, both in the field, and at the plate. I am not taking anything away from our opponent. However, I do think some of the players on this year's Lions team were too old to be playing against us. I thought for sure a couple... Read more →


Camden City Residents Should Have The Right To Elect Their School Board

Kush: “I side with the parents who want to take an active role in the education of their children.” RUNNEMEDE – Republican candidate for Assembly in the 5th District, Nick Kush, weighed in on a ballot question in the City of Camden today. The ballot question, “Shall the Camden City Board of Education remain a Type 1 school district with the Board of Education members appointed by the Mayor of the City of Camden,” has become a contentious issue with many city residents. A “yes” vote “will result in members of the Camden City Board of Education being appointed by... Read more →


Man Falls Overboard, Search Ongoing

image provided NEW YORK NY (October 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)-– The Coast Guard is searching for a man who reportedly fell overboard from a container ship in Ambrose Channel, New York, Saturday morning. Missing is a 35-year-old man reportedly wearing an orange jumpsuit and no life jacket. At approximately 8:30 a.m., watch standers at Coast Guard Sector New York received a mayday call from the container ship Northern Jaguar reporting that a crew member had fallen overboard while arranging a pilot ladder in heavy sea conditions. Assets involved in the search are: -Coast Guard Cutter Shrike, an 87-foot cutter homeported in Sandy Hook,... Read more →


Cherry Street Pier: It's time to party!

PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Wow! What an opening! The Waterfront is thrilled to have partnered with Philadelphia Contemporary for two weeks of amazing programming at Cherry Street Pier. But now, alas, it's almost time to say goodbye to the interactive seesaws, spinning prisms, beautiful neighborhood banners, typewriters, and video installations. Be sure to come down this weekend to experience the entire festival before it packs up on Monday. In addition to all the fun things to interact with, it's also the The People’s Digital Culture Weekend featuring the Oddly Satisfying Film Festival, a two-day ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) Film Festival... Read more →


Coming Soon: River Alive!

PHILADELPHIA PA (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)River Alive! is a new, 4,000 square foot exhibition at Independence Seaport Museum. Opening in November 2018, it will focus on the wonders and challenges of the Delaware River watershed, our place within that system, and the increasingly sophisticated science we use to understand the watershed's complexity. The exhibition features multiple interactive and hands-on experiences, including a watershed map, Citizen Science Lab and Fisharium, all to help the community and visitors understand the real threats to the Delaware and its watershed. The Delaware River is essential and provides drinking water, food, and recreation to millions of people... Read more →


Obituary: Matthew A. DeBerardinis of Bellmawr

Matthew A. DeBerardinis, on October 26, 2018, of Bellmawr. Age 57. Devoted son of the late James and Tess. Beloved brother of Denise (Fernando), Mark (Nancy), Lori (Frankie), Judi, Karol, and the late Michael. Dear uncle of Kristin, Mark Jr., Antonio, Lorenzo, Alex, Christopher, Brya, and Leah. Also survived by many loving friends. Matthew was a big sports fan, especially of the Eagles and the Phillies. He loved to spend time with family and friends, and also enjoyed music and comic books. Services are private at the request of the family. Read more →


NJBIA's EDS & MEDS

Draws Academia, Industry, Investors, Entrepreneurs and Government Leaders, Oct. 31 Congressman Donald Norcross, CUHC's Louis Bezich to Deliver Remarks CAMDEN CITY NJ (October 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Academic leaders, medical industry experts, entrepreneurs, the investor community and public officials will gather in Camden City on Wednesday, Oct. 31 at a special NJBIA event exploring how to leverage the synergy of South Jersey's "EDS & MEDS" ecosystem to grow the region's economy. "EDS & MEDS: The Expanding South Jersey Ecosystem,"hosted by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Camden Adventure Aquarium. The first panel... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Guarding Behavior

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (October 27, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--A friend of mine was walking her dog the other day and suddenly, her dog began barking and lunging at a stranger who was coming from the other direction. They were new to the area and previously, the dog had not shown any such tendencies. My friend was puzzled at her usually-calm dog’s behavior so I explained my opinion on the topic. Molly (the dog) lived in a suburban setting with few neighbors before moving to the city. She was accustomed to the relative quiet of her former neighborhood. Due to... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

Turnersville's Amanda Buirch accepted for enrollment for the Fall 2018 quarter DAVENPORT, IA (10/25/2018)-- Amanda Buirch of Turnersville, NJ., has been accepted for enrollment in the Fall 2018 quarter in the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program at Palmer College of Chiropractic's Florida campus, Port Orange, Fla., on Oct. 2, 2018. Palmer College of Chiropractic is the founding college of the chiropractic profession, and is known as TheTrusted Leader in Chiropractic Education. It was founded in 1897 in Davenport, Iowa, by D.D. Palmer, the discoverer of chiropractic. More than 2,100 students attend Palmer College campuses in Davenport, Iowa; Port Orange, Fla.;... Read more →


Maryland Hunting: Turkey Season/Goose Blinds

CNBNews graphics file Fall Turkey Season Opens in Western Maryland Hunting Available in Allegany, Garrett and Washington Counties Photo by Lori Bramble The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced today that the fall turkey hunting season will open Oct. 27 and continue through Nov. 4 in Allegany, Garrett and Washington counties with a bag limit of one turkey per hunter. The fall season was extended to include an additional day, Sunday, Nov. 4. “We are happy to offer additional weekend hunting opportunities,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said. “Hunting turkeys in the fall can provide a unique and... Read more →


Caravan Migrants Coming ‘From All Over’

Judicial Watch EXCLUSIVE Video: Large numbers of migrants from various countries–including Brazil and even as far as China & India–are traveling through Central America to the United States. Judicial Watch is currently reporting on the ground in Guatemala. source https://www.judicialwatch.org Read more →


PENNSYLVANIA HUNTERS READY TO TALK TURKEY

Pennsylvania’s wild turkey season begins today, Oct. 27 in most parts of the state, but hunters are reminded that season lengths vary by Wildlife Management Unit, and fall-turkey hunting is closed in some areas. Overall, the season structure and season lengths in each Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) is nearly identical to 2017. The seasons are as follows: WMU 1B – Oct. 27-Nov. 3; WMU 2B (Shotgun and archery gear only) – Oct. 27-Nov. 16 and Nov. 22-24; WMUs 1A, 2A (Shotgun and archery gear only in Allegheny County), 4A and 4B, – Oct. 27-Nov. 3 and Nov. 22-24; WMUs 2D,... Read more →


Muhlenberg Students Perform in 'Brigadoon'

Forty-five Muhlenberg College students are in the cast of 'Brigadoon,' running Oct. 26 - Nov. 4. ALLENTOWN, PA -- The mystery and magic of the Scottish highlands comes out of the Golden Age of musical theater and onto the Muhlenberg College stage this fall as Muhlenberg theatre & dance presents Lerner and Loewe's Brigadoon, Oct. 26 - Nov. 4. Fourty-five Muhlenberg students are performing in the production including: Ryan Connelly of Voorhees Ashley Hiester of Atco Zaire Carter of Delran "The show is unabashed romanticism," says Muhlenberg theater professor Charles Richter, who directs the show. "It's a grand, moving tale... Read more →


New Jersey Sierra Club Supports Pallone's Call for Safe Drinking Water

Laurence Harbor, NJ. (October 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)- The New Jersey Sierra Club has joined Congressman Pallone in supporting S.3021, America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018. This important piece of legislation reauthorizes the Safe Drinking Water Act for the first time in 20 years and provides significant funding to state and local governments that are in dire need of upgrading their drinking water infrastructure. Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club, released the following statement: “It was critical to get this bill passed protect our water supply from contaminates. This bill having bipartisan support, even with a Congress that holds a... Read more →


Pine Hill PD: Curfew/Trick or Treating Hours

PINE HILL NJ (OCTOBER 26, 2018)(CNBNEWSNET)--The Pine Hill Police Department would like to remind residents that curfew will be earlier on October 28 thru October 31 due to Halloween. Curfew will be 8:00 PM – 6:00AM October 28th – 31st for anyone under the age of 18 that is not accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult person having custody, care or control of the juvenile. (Resolution 2018-170) The Borough will be “Trick-or-Treating” from 3:00PM – 8:00PM on Wednesday, October 31st! MISCHIEF NIGHT SAFETY TIPS Park your car in the garage and secure the vehicle and garage door Leave... Read more →


New PA Law Minimizes Standardized Testing

Expands Options for Students to Prove Graduation Readiness Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf (photo) is providing students with more options to meet high school graduation requirements than a high stakes tests by signing Act 158 of 2018. “How a student does on high stakes tests is not a useful way to decide if someone is ready to graduate from high school,” said Governor Wolf. “This new law gives students several options to demonstrate what they’ve learned and that they’re ready to graduate from high school to start a career or continue their education. “Parents and students have made clear... Read more →


Apply Now for Local Bridges Grant

CNBNews graphics file $47.3 million in FY19 grants Program provides millions to each county to improve local bridges (Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced the grant solicitation period for FY19 Local Bridges, Future Needs program will open today, October 26 with applications being accepted through January 11, 2019. “The New Jersey Department of Transportation is committed to supporting our communities and improving all roads and bridges in the State – including those maintained by counties and municipalities,” NJDOT Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said. “Using funds raised through the gas tax, NJDOT is able to provide grants... Read more →


Lower Cape down GHS

Visiting Lower Cape made their first trip ever into the Lions Den and drove home with a 22-13 win. Capes Connor Eckel accounted for all the visitors points, scoring on runs of 1,1 and 32 yards. While the Lions were led by A.j. Radlingers to TD runs of 7 and 2 yards. With the loss the Lions fell to 2-5 and Lower Cape May improved to 5-3 Photo Courtesy of Bruce Darrow Pictured below - Gavin Callahan Pictured below - Lions AJ Radlinger Read more →


Clementon Man Arrested on Porn Charges

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (October 25, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Mateo Echeverry, 19, (photo below)of Clementon in Gloucester Township, was charged with Distribution of Child Pornography and Possession of Child Pornography on October 25, 2018, according to Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle. Detectives from the High-Tech Crimes Unit (HTCU) of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office executed a search warrant on October 25, 2018, for Echeverry’s residence on Broadacres Drive in Gloucester Township. While at the residence, detectives located several digital devices in the residence. A preview of digital media devices seized resulted in the above charges. Mateo... Read more →