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November 27, 2018

Obituary: Sarah A. Erdbrink of Audubon Park, 98

Sarah A. Erdbrink (nee Fennimore) on November 25, 2018, of Audubon Park. Age 98. Beloved wife of the late Donald E. Erdbrink. Devoted mother of Joyce E. Gabriele (Albert), and the late Donald.R. Erdbrink. Dear mother-in-law of Carol Iamurri. Loving grandmom of Kathy, Albert, Nick, Deana, Eugene. Great grandmom of... Read more →

Two Premature Infants Die Associated With Bacterial Infection Outbreak in University Hospital

NEWARK, NJ (November 27,2018)(CNBNewsnet)--As part of an ongoing outbreak investigation of a bacterial infection in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of University Hospital in Newark, the New Jersey Department of Health learned late yesterday that two premature infants with confirmed cases of A. baumannii died last week. The infants... Read more →

Obituary: Clyde McGriff of Delran, age 73

On November 12, 2018. Of Delran. Age 73. Born in Newton Georgia, he was the son of the late Lucious McGriff and Della Mae McGriff (nee Singletary). Beloved father of Reverend Kareen D. Adkins of Indianapolis, Indiana and Dontel McGriff of Philadelphia, PA. Survived by 6 beloved siblings: Delphine Screen... Read more →


Committees from both the state Senate and Assembly approved the recreational marijuana bill, which now awaits a full vote in the state Legislature. The bill would: legalize the personal use of one ounce or less of marijuana for adults 21 years of age and older; create a 12 percent tax... Read more →

University of the Sciences Inducts Students into the Alpha Chi National Honor Society

PHILADELPHIA, PA (11/26/2018)-- University of the Sciences inducted 38 new members into its Pennsylvania Kappa Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society. The annual ceremony was held on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018. Delaney Booth of Voorhees (08043) Brett Conti of Mount Laurel (08054) Morgan Gilcrest of Gibbstown (08027) Deep... Read more →

History Tots winter session open for registration

(National Park, NJ) - Caregivers can now plan ahead and pre-register their children age three and older for the upcoming History Tots winter session to be held at the James and Ann Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield Park. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, "With the cold weather moving... Read more →

CNB May 2013 Archives: Camden County Law Enforcement Responds to Crisis in Brooklawn

Police set-up a staging area at the corner of Chestnut, Paris and Timber Blvd. The incident began around 1PM and ended at around 6PM. photo credit CNBNEWSNET +++++++++++++++++ UPDATE 7:30pm UPDATE 8pm 8 PM UPDATE--According to Police Chief Francis McKinney, the woman was the only person in the house. "To... Read more →

Postal workers kept the public safe. Why does the White House want to get rid of them?

November 23, 2018 During a tense week recently, pipe bombs mailed to former President Barack Obama, actor Robert DeNiro, U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, the offices of CNN and at least a dozen other targets dominated the news. These overtly political acts of domestic terrorism originated in South Florida and were... Read more →

Twelfth Case of Adenovirus Confirmed at Voorhees Pediatric Facility

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Department of Health and Human Services was notified by the Voorhees Pediatric Facility of two additional cases of adenovirus. These two cases bring the facility’s total case count to twelve residents that have tested positive for adenovirus. No staff cases of adenovirus have... Read more →

Illegal alien from Mexico sentenced to Prison for conspiracy to manufacture marijuana in Colorado

Defendant tended a large illegal marijuana grow operation in the San Isabel National Forest DENVER — An illegal alien from Mexico was sentenced last week to serve three years in federal prison for conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute 100 or more marijuana plants. This sentence was... Read more →

AMAC: Seniors Are Targets For Tele-scammers

John Grimaldi WASHINGTON, DC – Americans receive tens of billions of robocalls each year– that’s billions with a “B.” And, you can make book on the fact that too many of them are not from telemarketers but from telescammers targeting senior citizens, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].... Read more →

Philly Councilman O'Neill Announces his Offices are now TOYS FOR TOTS DROP OFF LOCATIONS

PHILADELPHIA – City Councilman Brian O’Neill (10th District) and The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program, a non-profit, have teamed up again to provide toys to less fortunate children in the community this holiday season. Beginning today, residents can drop off new and unwrapped toys at any of... Read more →

Spiritual Manpower

by Peter G. Sánchez The Diocese of Camden Photo by Michael Walsh Paging Samuel, with Bill Earley, Paul Israel Forsythe, Alan Trotty, J.D. Hull and Nate Harlow, perform at the Man Up Conference on Nov. 10. HADDONFIELD — The most powerful moment at the first-of-its-kind Man Up South Jersey conference... Read more →

Motivational Speaker Arel Moodie Teams up with Visions Federal Credit Union

ENDWELL, N.Y. – Visions Federal Credit Union has teamed up with author and motivational speaker Arel Moodie to spread the word about the importance of financial literacy to high school seniors. Arel Moodie has been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, Yahoo!, PBS, BusinessWeek, and many other national... Read more →

3 Jefferson Health NJ Associates to be Honored at Dubrow Vocational Celebration Breakfast

In a celebration of empowerment, independence, and seeing the “full light” of their potential, three Jefferson Health - New Jersey associates — Adham Baghdadi, Anthony Goodson, and Helaina Sohn —will be honored at the Samost Jewish Family and Children's Service (JFCS) of Southern New Jersey’s 13th annual Dubrow Vocational Celebration... Read more →

LETTERS to the Editor: Dear supporters, friends, of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania

I want to begin by saying I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday! I also want to extend a special thanks to our military, first responders, and all those who worked through the holiday to keep us and our loved ones safe. While it was a holiday-shortened week, it... Read more →

Affordable Housing for Veterans Opens in Clayton

(Clayton, NJ) – People for People Foundation in partnershipwith Conifer Realty, joined by NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney, Mayor TomBianco and Gloucester County Freeholder Frank DiMarco, celebrated a ribboncutting on Monday, November 19, 2018 for the 76-unit development with a veteranpreference known as Camp Salute, offering South Jersey residents an... Read more →