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November 4, 2018

Remembering the faithful departed during November

Written by Debra Moore November is the month when Catholics focus more intently on praying for the faithful departed. We begin November with the celebration of the Solemnity of All Saints, a holy day of obligation honoring all those faithful souls in heaven. The following day we observe the Commemoration... Read more →

Obituary: Thomas F. Grubb, of Bellmawr

Thomas F. Grubb on November 3, 2018 of Bellmawr formerly of Philadelphia. Age 75. Beloved husband of Joyce for 43 years. Devoted father of Maria Beaumont (Anthony), Raymond Daddazio (Bonnie), Lisa Houseberg, Cynthia Miller (Alex), Kevin Grubb (Melanie), Anthony Grubb, Michael Grubb (Amie) and Tommy Grubb (Veronica). Loving grandfather of... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Department Recognizes Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

The month of November is known as Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. President Ronald Reagan made that designation in 1983 and it is something that is still recognized today. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, at that time there were less than two million people with the disease. Through the years that number... Read more →

NJ Dems Pave Way for Cory Booker

Call it the Cory Booker law. In lightning speed, Democratic legislative leaders last month introduced and passed — and Gov. Phil Murphy quickly signed — a law that will allow U.S. Sen. Cory Booker to simultaneously run for re-election to the Senate while seeking his party's nomination for president or... Read more →

Two Suspects Arrested for Allegedly Murdering Camden City Man

CNBNews graphics file CAMDEN CITY NJ (November 4, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Cahlil Felix, 23, of Pennsauken and Kelly Joyner-Stewart, 23, of Philadelphia, were charged in connection with a shooting that killed Jovany Torres. Camden County Police responded to the area of 27th and Berkley Streets on October 6, 2018, at approximately 12:41 p.m.... Read more →

Maj. Brent R. Taylor, 39, Killed in Kabul; As A Civilian The Major Is The Mayor of Ogden, Utah

DOD Identifies Army Casualty NOVEMBER 4, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Freedom’s Sentinel. Maj. Brent R. Taylor, 39, from Ogden, Utah, shown in photos above, died Nov. 3, 2018, in Kabul Province, Afghanistan, as a result of wounds sustained from... Read more →

"Nuns On The Bus" Should Hail Trump

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the "Nuns on the Bus" tour that ended today: It's been a tough four weeks for the few "Nuns on the Bus." The anti-Trump bus tour began in early October and ended November 2, after visiting 21 states over 27 days. The grand... Read more →

District Election Officer On Duty For November 6

CNBNews graphics file Harrisburg Pa-- United States Attorney David J. Freed announced today that Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) Eric Pfisterer will lead the efforts of his Office in connection with the Justice Department’s nationwide Election Day Program for the upcoming November 6, 2018, general election. AUSA Pfisterer has been... Read more →

Measles Exposures Associated with Two Additional Cases in Ocean County

CNBNews graphics file The New Jersey Department of Health is warning residents about two additional confirmed cases of measles — a highly contagious disease — who could have exposed others to the infection while in Ocean County between October 25 and 30. These individuals developed symptoms after being exposed to... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Eye Watch Video, Shoplifting Target Store

https://youtu.be/t0OVv_CevYw Gloucester Township Police Eye Watch Video- Shoplifting Target Store: The pictured suspect concealed multiple pieces of merchandise and attempted to exit the store without paying. Loss prevention stopped the male, who began to act as if he was going to become sick, in which he was then escorted to... Read more →

Survey shows veteran households support research of medical cannabis

The American Legion An independent public opinion research company conducted a nationwide survey about the opinions of veterans, their family members and caregivers on the issue of medical cannabis. See the survey results here.Learn more about The American Legion's push for research into medical cannabis here. The results are significant... Read more →

Virtua named a ‘Most Wired’ health system

The prestigious designation recognizes leaders in the use of information technology to advance healthcare For the fifth straight year, a national group has recognized Virtua for its leadership in the use of information technology (IT) to improve healthcare. The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has named Marlton, N.J.-based... Read more →

NRA Leaders Urge Members to Vote

A Special Message from Wayne LaPierre and Chris W. Cox This letter first appeared in the November issue of NRA's publications Dear Fellow NRA Member: On Nov. 6, millions of Americans will go to the polls to decide the future of everything we hold dear. Our freedoms and our fundamental... Read more →

Dog-Fighter Damiane Buehrer Gets 46 Months In Federal Prison

Buehrer, A West Michigan Resident, Continued to Participate in Underground Pit Bull Terrier Fighting Even After Serving State Prison Time for Dog-Fighting Offense GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - Damiane Buehrer, 40, of Jonesville, Michigan, was sentenced yesterday to serve 46 months in the Federal Bureau of Prisons for participating in a... Read more →

Equine therapy helps veterans readjust to civilian life

By Mark Seavey NOV 01, 2018 Operation Horses and Heroes is a four-year-old grassroots organization that uses equine therapy to help veterans with post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and other issues which harm a veteran's ability to reintegrate into civilian life. Started by veteran and Legionnaire Jerry Paulsen of Illinois,... Read more →