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November 17, 2018

Coast Guard, SeaStreak ferry assist vessel taking on water off Sandy Hook Bay, N.J.

NEW YORK NY November 17,2018– The Coast Guard and a SeaStreak ferry assisted four people from a boat taking on water near Sandy Hook Bay, New Jersey, Saturday. At approximately 3:50 p.m., watchstanders at Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook received a mayday call via VHF-FM radio channel 21 that a... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Jason Seals Slidell Police Department, Louisiana

JASON SEALS Slidell Police Department, Louisiana End of Watch Saturday, November 17, 2018 Police Officer Jason Seals succumbed to injuries sustained on September 25th, 2018, when he was involved in a motorcycle crash while escorting a funeral procession. He was traveling on the 1900 block of Highway 190W when another... Read more →

State Police Respond to Over 1,000 MV Accidents During 12-Hour Period

TRENTON, NJ (November 16,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--As of 12:00 p.m. Friday, November 16, the New Jersey State Police have responded to 1,076 motor vehicle crashes and 2,066 motorist aids in NJSP patrolled areas since midnight yesterday. Aids can be anything from spinouts, flat tires, mechanical breakdowns, etc. Although the snow and ice have... Read more →

The Broward Circus Continue:

Counts The Wrong Ballots As Florida Races To Finish Manual Recount Ahead Of Sunday Deadline Bring in the clowns. Via Fox News: Fresh off its bungled machine recount, Broward County’s second day of manual recounting temporarily stopped about an hour after it began Saturday when lawyers from both political parties... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Satanists Love Abortion

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on The Satanic Temple: A recent article in the Los Angeles Times about The Satanic Temple said the organization "describes itself as a political activism group that promotes certain beliefs such as free will and political tolerance." Satanists believe in free will and political... Read more →

Obituary: George A. “Butch” Hagerty, Jr., of Runnemede, age 63

George A. “Butch” Hagerty, Jr., on November 15, 2018, of Runnemede. Age 63. Beloved husband of Denise (nee Golinski). Devoted father of Malisa Cooney and George A. “Butch” Hagerty, III. Loving grandfather of Jarrod and Derron Cooney. Dear brother of Joseph Hagerty (Lisa) and the late John and Rick Hagerty.... Read more →

Obituary: Murray Widman, of Lawrenceville, GA (formerly of Bellmawr, NJ) age 62

Murray Widman, of Lawrenceville, GA (formerly of Bellmawr, NJ), passed away on October 19, 2018 at the age of 62. He was the son of the late Philip and Ethel (nee Zahn) Widman. Murray is survived by his two daughters Krystal L. Widman of Mt. Laurel, NJ and Angie Widman-Anderson... Read more →

Social Media Tips Lead to Arrest of Man Who Allegedly Beat and Robbed an Elderly Man

The New Jersey State Police have arrested Luke Benneman, 46, of South River, N.J., for the assault and robbery of an elderly man in the restroom of the Cheesequake Service Area on the Garden State Parkway in Sayreville. Last week, we asked our social media followers to “like” and “share”... Read more →

William E. Hines Jr. Sentenced to Life for Murdering His Mother's Boyfriend

CNBNews graphics file MOUNT HOLLY NJ (November 17, 2018)-- - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Burlington Township resident received a life sentence yesterday in Superior Court for fatally stabbing his mother’s boyfriend following an argument inside their residence in late 2017. William E. Hines Jr., 35, was... Read more →

Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team

. Burlington County is looking to grow its Domestic Violence Response Team. This team consists of volunteers who work with Providence House, Domestic Violence Services and local police departments to help people who experience domestic violence by empowering and advocating for victims. If you would like to volunteer please contact:... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Emotions in Dogs

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet I am often told about dogs that are “jealous”, “ashamed”, “guilty” or “spiteful”. These descriptive terms come under the example of anthropomorphisms. The simple explanation of anthropomorphism is the false idea that animals can manifest human emotions when in fact, they do not possess that capability.... Read more →


WITH CHERISHED MUSICAL TRADITIONS, RETURNING FAVORITES, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES (Philadelphia, PA, November 17, 2018) –– Spend the holiday season on the Kimmel Center Cultural Campus, with themed programming and family-friendly activities, including: returning favorites spanning rock, Gospel, jazz, and brass; treasured traditions from various Kimmel Center Resident Companies like... Read more →

Troopers Rescue Unconscious Man from Burning Car

Gloucester Township, N.J. - On Sunday, November 4, Troopers Thomas O’Connor and Christopher Warwick pulled an unconscious man from a burning car moments before it became fully engulfed in flames on State Highway 42 in Gloucester Township, Camden County. At approximately 11:23 p.m., the troopers responded to a call for... Read more →

Results: Record Number of Women Elected to State Legislatures Nationwide

A record number of women have been elected to state legislatures nationwide, according to data from the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP), a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University. Next year, at least 2,019 (1363D, 637R, 11NP, 4I, 4P) women will serve in state... Read more →

TSA Administrator: 2018 holiday travel period expected to be the busiest travel season on record

WASHINGTON – The Transportation Security Administration is expecting a record breaking number of flyers this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday travel period with more than 25 million passengers traveling through security screening checkpoints nationwide Nov. 16 through Nov. 26, an increase of 5 percent from 2017. TSA officials are prepared to process... Read more →

Atlantic City Electric Joins Energy Companies Across North America In Fight Against Scammers

“Utilities United Against Scams Day” helps raise awareness and provides customers with essential information to fight back! MAYS LANDING, NJ (November 17, 2018) – Atlantic City Electric is joining more than 100 energy companies across the United States and Canada in the effort to protect customers from scams targeting customers... Read more →

Agenda-Ridden Catholics Seek Reform

November 15, 2018 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the agenda of lay Catholics seeking reform: Over the past two weeks, the U.S. bishops have been inundated with advice from lay Catholics on how to reform the Church. Some have been responsible and deserve a voice, but many have... Read more →

FAC and Local Community Group Sue San Jose Over Secret Negotiations With Google​

City improperly signed non-disclosure agreements in connection with tech giant’s proposed “mega-campus” For Immediate Release—The First Amendment Coalition (FAC), joined by Working Partnerships USA (WPUSA), today sued the city of San Jose to force the disclosure of secret details of its negotiations to sell valuable public land to Google. The... Read more →

Secretary Azar Comments on Data Showing Rising E-Cigarette Use Among Youth

WASHINGTON,D.C.--Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar issued the following statement regarding the sharp uptick in e-cigarette use among youth reported in the 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey: “America’s youth are facing a public health crisis that threatens an entire generation: skyrocketing use of nicotine products, brought on by access... Read more →