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November 2, 2018

U.S. Term Limits Praises Bob Hugin for Signing Term Limits Pledge 

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the national movement to limit terms for elected officials, today praised U.S. Senate candidate of New Jersey, Bob Hugin, for signing its congressional term limits pledge. There are nearly 60 pledge signers in the 115th Congress. USTL President Philip Blumel... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: Van Drew Lies Says NJ2AS

CNBNews graphics file From its founding in 2010, NJ2AS enjoyed a pretty good relationship with Senator Jeff Van Drew. We were disappointed with the lack of action on any improvements to NJ's perilous gun laws, but he had promised us that as long as Senator Sweeney was Senate President they... Read more →


Automatic Voter Registration in Place at New Jersey Motor Vehicle Agencies

MVC Meets Deadline from Governor Murphy’s April Bill-Signing TRENTON – Automatic voter registration is now a reality at motor vehicle agencies throughout New Jersey, thanks to a bill signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. The opportunity is available for all eligible state residents who apply for a driver’s license,... Read more →


The Gloucester Township Police Department continues to support "No Shave November"

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (November 2, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--November 1, 2018 through November 30, 2018, Gloucester Township Police in collaboration with Gloucester Township FOP Lodge 206 we will be conducting a fundraiser for "No Shave November" or known nationally as “Movember”. If you are not familiar with “No Shave November", it is a... Read more →


Those Involved in State Recycling Honored by DEP

DEP HONORS BUSINESSES, EDUCATORS AND NONPROFITS AT ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON FOR THEIR LEADERSHIP IN RECYCLING (TRENTON NJ)(November 2, 2018)- A business that recycles typical as well as unusual materials, a county government recycling program that creatively uses social media and its website to promote recycling, and a high school student... Read more →


Mermaids Visit Young Patients at Cooper University Health Care

Sapphire and Nixie, mermaids from Adventure Aquarium in Camden stopped by Cooper University Health Care on Friday, November 2, 2018 to meet and greet with young patients, their families, and staff. The Mermaids are visiting the Adventure Aquarium for a special promotion which continues through November 11, 2018. Medical students... Read more →


South Jersey pilot among two dead after jumping from burning helicopter

Police on Wednesday identified the South Jersey man who was among two people killed after the helicopter he was piloting hit overhead power lines, caught fire and crashed while doing utility work in upstate New York. Robert T. Hoban Jr., 56, of Shamong, and a passenger in the aircraft, Jeremy... Read more →


Incumbent City School Board Member Michelle Wright Explains Reasons for Seeking Re-Election

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 2, 2018)--Unfortunately, due to family obligations that came along with the passing of my grandmother, I was unable to make “Meet the Candidates”. Below is my statement. I would appreciate your vote and if you could please share my status. I truly believe I am an... Read more →


Westville Resident Murdered in Philadelphia

CNBNews graphics file PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia Police are investing a fatal shooting Wednesday morning, October 31, involving a resident from Westville, NJ. According to police, Orlando Martinez, a real estate agent was discovered inside his car parked near a house he was selling. He had a fatal gunshot wound to... Read more →


GTPD Community Bulletin: Lock Your Vehicles/ DO NOT Leave Valuables In View

image provided The Gloucester Township Police Department has had several reports of smash and grab type thefts from autos at the Camden County Timber Creek Dog Park located on Chews Landing Road. In the most recent cases the vehicles were locked and a window was smashed out to gain entry... Read more →


Automatic Voter Registration in Place at New Jersey Motor Vehicle Agencies

MVC Meets Deadline from Governor Murphy’s April Bill Signing TRENTON – Automatic voter registration is now a reality at motor vehicle agencies throughout New Jersey, thanks to a bill signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. The opportunity is available for all eligible state residents who apply for a driver’s... Read more →


Pothole? Call The County; Good News; Et Cetera

CNBNews tips and snippets William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet TIPSTER SAYS ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS CALL!—We received a tip recently from a former resident pertaining to the Jersey Avenue road conditions in Gloucester City. The tip included a photo of patch work (right) at the intersection of... Read more →


November 15th is World Cord Blood Day

COTA Kid Sophie Lee Cord Blood Transplant Recipient A COTA Family is Forever Grateful for Their Daughter’s Cord Blood Donor (CNBNewsnet)(November 2, 2018) -- Thursday, November 15th is World Cord Blood Day, which is a day used to highlight the fact that more than 35,000 cord blood transplants have been... Read more →


Is it Brain Infection or Cancer?

A New Rapid Test Could Hold the Answer (PHILADELPHIA)(November 1,2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- When patients present with neurologic symptoms such as severe headaches or seizures, the symptoms could suggest anything from infection, cancer, or an autoimmune disease of the brain or spinal cord, leaving physicians scrambling to find the cause in a short... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report: Stripers Biting on Artificial Lures

By Erik Zlokovitz Maryland Fishing Report: Oct. 31 Shane Cole caught a nice striped bass near Chesapeake Beach on a jig with pink plastic trailer. Photo courtesy of Travis Long Happy Halloween! A Nor’easter last Saturday kept many anglers off the bay. However, some boaters were able to find a... Read more →


Ben Franklin Bridge 5th Street Tunnel Mural Dedication

Saturday, November 3, 2018 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Join us to celebrate new artwork at the Ben Franklin Bridge. Meet the artists and enjoy music, face painting, food vendors, and more! WHEN Saturday, November 3, 2018 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. WHERE 5th & Race Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106... Read more →


Do Not Feed Black Bears

TRENTON - The Department of Environmental Protection today announced the launch of a statewide radio and social media campaign as part of its efforts to help New Jersey residents learn more about living with black bears and heighten public awareness about the risks of feeding them. "Feeding bears has public... Read more →


Fun Weekend in Philly at Cherry Street Pier

MAGIC Oh boy do we have a fun weekend for you at Cherry Street Pier. We're hitting all the bases -- large scale art installation, photography show, podcasts, live painting, flea market, interactive kids activities and more. Also, it's going to be 70 degrees tomorrow so you have no excuses.... Read more →


Gloucester Township Man Arrested After Receiving Package Containing Carfentanil

CNBNews graphics file GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (November 1, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Suburban Narcotics Task Force and Homeland Security Investigations Cherry Hill Office, in coordination with the Camden County Sheriff’s Department Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team and Gloucester Township Police Department announced that one suspect has been arrested in connection... Read more →


Letters to the Editor: AFSCME Urges Public to Vote

CNBNews graphics file You know how important this election is. You know you want to get out there and vote. But now is the time to make sure you and your family have a voting plan in place. Do you know the answers to these questions? Where is your polling... Read more →