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November 28, 2018

Pemberton Man Indicted for Murder in 2017 Sunbury Village Shooting

MOUNT HOLLY - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 23-year-old Pemberton Township resident has been indicted for fatally shooting a man in the Sunbury Village neighborhood early last year. Douglas Lewis, of Fort Dix Road, was indicted on charges of Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Murder (First... Read more →


*Whitall House Lights Up for Christmas Season

National Park, NJ) The James and Ann Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield is extending an early invitation to residents of the county to attend their free annual Candlelight Christmas Tours coming up in December. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, "It's never too early to start getting in the... Read more →


New Electronic Sign for Cold Springs Grade School

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ --A computerized electronic sign was erected at the Cold Springs Elementary School, Cold Springs Drive earlier this week. At the top of the sign the words Cold Springs School is flanked on either side by photos of a kitten reading a book. (photo credit CNBNewsnet) Read more →


Cape May County Prosecutor: No Criminal Charges Will Be Filed Against North Wildwood Officials

CNBNews graphics file Cape May Court House, New Jersey (November 28, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland announces the Cape May County Prosecutor’s office will not be pursuing any criminal charges regarding the altercation that took place outside of the Golden Nugget Casino between Atlantic City Mayor, Frank... Read more →


Elijah Jackson, age 39, of Sicklerville Murdered

CNBNewsnet graphics file CAMDEN CITY NJ (NOVEMBER 28, 2018)(CNBNEWSNET)Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a fatal shooting that occurred on November 27, 2018, in Camden. Camden County Police responded to 7th and State Streets in Camden at approximately 10:32 a.m. to reports... Read more →


Philadelphia magazine Announces Winner for  2018 Be Well Philly Health Hero Challenge

presented by Independence Blue Cross PHILADELPHIA, PA (November 2018)(CNBNewsnet) - After much anticipation, the results are in! Tuesday, November 27, Philadelphia magazine hosted the Be Well Philly Health Hero Reception at the Pyramid Club, where the 2018 Health Hero and Very Influential Philadelphians were revealed. This year’s Health Hero is... Read more →


Obama Touts Paris Agreement, Proceeds to Take Credit for Booming U.S. Oil and Gas Production

Tom Elliott@tomselliott Obama: "Suddenly America is the largest oil producer, that was me people ... say thank you." This guy isn’t well. Via Free Beacon: Former President Barack Obama on Tuesday took credit for booming U.S. oil and gas production, telling investors to “say thank you” to him. Obama spoke... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: THREE INFANTS DIE FROM BACTERIAL INFECTION IN NEWARK

The state Department of Health learned Monday that two premature babies died after becoming infected with Acinetobacteria at Newark's University Hospital. On Tuesday, health officials announced that three infants have died from the infection at the hospital; the third baby died last month. It's possible that other complications resulting from... Read more →


Former Gloucester City Prosecutor Pleads Guilty

Paul Dougherty, a former Haddon Township Commissioner, who was also the municipal prosecutor in Gloucester City, Cherry Hill, Clementon, , and Medford was in an Atlantic County courtroom Monday facing charges that he left the scene of a car accident and was driving with an expired license, according to NJ.com... Read more →


Thanksgiving holiday marks historic numbers for TSA

WASHINGTON (November 27,2018)--– The Transportation Security Administration experienced the busiest Thanksgiving travel weeks in its 17-year history after a record breaking summer with more than 25.6 million passengers and crew members screened during the holiday travel period – a six percent increase over last year. On Sunday, November 25, more... Read more →


SKCC – Washington Township Helps Donate 260 ‘Blessing Bags’ to Local Homeless

Giving back to those in need is what makes the holiday season so special. Members of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center - Washington Township team — led by Peggy Wight, BA, CTR, Director of Oncology Data Services — recently did just that. Through Cancer Center associates and Wight’s family donating... Read more →


Saint Mary Interparochial School to Celebrate Golden Jubilee with Gala, Thursday, Nov. 29

A Celebration of Excellence in Catholic Education from Colonial to Contemporary Saint Mary Interparochial School, a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, in Old City Philadelphia will celebrate the culmination of its year-long Golden Jubilee celebration with a “Golden Jubilee Gala,” generously presented by The Daly Group at KW... Read more →


Home Country: Windy Wilson at the Mule Barn Truck Stop

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet “I’m jest ‘bout new-aged up,” said Windy Wilson, sitting down and flipping his coffee cup to the upright and fillable position. Mavis filled it. The other members sipping caffeine at the philosophy counter at the Mule Barn truck stop looked over at Windy. No one wanted... Read more →


Elder Fraud :Senior Citizens Victimized in Telemarketing Scheme

source Federal Bureau of Investigation It took more than 10 years for a Canadian man to face justice in the United States for a telemarketing scheme that bilked senior citizens out of millions of dollars, but the defendant is now in prison, thanks to the strong partnership between American and... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Enhanced Effort to Curb Illegal Fishing and Hunting

Maryland Wildlife Crimestoppers Can be Reached Anytime, Anywhere The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police is cracking down on the illegal killing of fish and wildlife through a partnership with Maryland Wildlife Crime-stoppers. This newly established nonprofit organization serves as the state affiliate of International Wildlife Crimestoppers, a group dedicated... Read more →


Performer Tekashi 6ix 9ine, 5 others charged with racketeering and firearms offenses in NY

NEW YORK — Six gang members and associates of the violent New York City gang, “Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods”, also known as “Nine Trey,” were charged Monday following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York with the New York City Police Department... Read more →


Officer Down: Police Officer David Romrell, South Salt Lake Police Department, Utah

Police Officer David Romrell South Salt Lake Police Department, Utah End of Watch Saturday, November 24, 2018 South Salt Lake, UT--Police Officer David Romrell was intentionally struck by a vehicle fleeing from a burglary in progress at a business at 3575 South West Temple shortly before 10:00 pm. He and... Read more →


Obituary: Anna Mae Walker, Ordained Minister

Anna Mae Walker January 14, 1930 - November 24, 2018 On Saturday, 24 November 2018, Anna Mae Walker of Atco; sweet and spiritual person, devoted spouse of the late Frank, loving mother of three children, generous and gentle soul by word and deed, finally found her way into the arms... Read more →


Flounder Caught in NJ Breaks State Record

Jim Oriscak of Toms River has made his way onto the state record fish list recently by landing a winter flounder while spearfishing. Jim was free diving off the shore of the Shark River "back bay" when he landed the 3 pound, 7 ounce fish. The new record winter flounder-spearfishing... Read more →


Washington University in St. Louis: Alcohol Dependence, Psychiatric Disorders Share Genetic Links

Newswise — In the largest study of genetic factors linked to alcohol dependence, an international team of researchers identified a gene known to affect risk, and they determined that many other genes also contribute to risk for alcohol dependence to a lesser degree. In addition, the study linked genetic factors... Read more →


Nationwide Gift Card Policy Changes Announced to Protect Consumers from Scams

Policy Changes Resulted from a Collaborative Effort Between the Retailers and the Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection PITTSBURGH PA (November 2018)-- – With the holiday shopping season officially beginning this week, Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced a major victory in his continuing effort to prevent gift card scams... Read more →