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November 29, 2018

American Heroes: Capt. Andrew Ross, Sgt. 1st Class Eric Emond, Air Force Sgt. Dylan J. Elchin

DOD Identifies Three Operation Freedom's Sentinel Casualties Capt. Andrew Ross, from left, and Sgt. 1st Class Eric Emond, both Green Berets with 3rd Special Forces Group, and Air Force Staff Sgt. Dylan Elchin, of the 26th Special Tactics Squadron, were killed Nov. 27, 2018, when their vehicle was hit by... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Pennsylvania: PRELIMINARY STATEWIDE BEAR HARVEST RESULTS

HARRISBURG, PA (November 28,2018)- Hunters during the final day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season harvested 365 bears, raising the 2018 statewide season harvest to 1,993 – a 10 percent increase compared to the 1,796 taken during the four days of the statewide season in 2017. Hunters took more bears on... Read more →


NJ HACKERS EXTORTED $6M NATIONWIDE

Police have launched a man hunt for Faramarz Shahi Savandi and Mohammad Mehdi Shah Mansouri, allegedly developed and used ransomware to exhort a total of $6 million from several hospitals, organizations, and entities nationwide. The city of Newark was caught up in the scheme, according to a statement provided by... Read more →


Camden City Drug Trafficking Ring Busted! 19 People Charged in Takedown

CNBNews graphics file 10 Arrests Made in Coordinated Takedown by Federal and State Law Enforcement; Eight Defendants At Large, One in Custody on State Charges CAMDEN City, N.J.(November 29,2018)(CNBNewsnet) – Nineteen people were charged today for their roles in a conspiracy to sell significant amounts of illegal drugs in Camden,... Read more →


57-Year Old Bristol PA Man Arrested for Stabbing in North Cape May

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (November 29,2018)-- - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief William Mastriana of the Lower Township Police Department announce the arrest of 57 year old, Joseph T. Schroeder on first degree attempted murder charges resulting from a stabbing that occurred yesterday in... Read more →


Delaware Waterfront: We're ready for December!

PHILADELPHIA, PA (November 29,2018)--Holiday celebrations begin down on the Waterfront this Friday and continue all the way through the SugarHouse New Year's Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront. This weekend, bring the whole family out for the FREE Holiday Tree Lighting Powered by PECO at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest with headliners... Read more →


Murphy’s Soccer Team Massive Sprawl Project Proposed for the Pinelands

TRENTON, NJ (November 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--A massive 200- acre sports complex has been proposed in the Pinelands of Jackson. The project called Trophy Park, would be built outside of the Pinelands Reserve on much of the wooded land along the shore of Prospertown Lake that was once owned by the late... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: Six-day Firearm Deer and Black Bear hunting seasons

The week of December 3-8 may be the busiest week of the year for hunters in New Jersey: Six-day Firearm Deer and Black Bear hunting seasons (Segment B) open Monday 1/2 hour before sunrise Permit Bow season continues in zones governed by Deer Regulation Sets #4-8 Permit Shotgun and Permit... Read more →


Enjoy a Pennsylvania Dutch Christmas

KUTZTOWN, PA (11/20/2018) Christmas on the Farm will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center at Kutztown University. The event will feature PA Dutch folklife demonstrations, live animals, kid's activities, local folk artists, and more. Learn about regional... Read more →


*Gloucester County Flu-Shot Schedule

Woodbury, NJ) – The Gloucester County Department of Health is gearing up and preparing to provide no cost flu shots to county residents. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Jim Jefferson, Liaison to the Department of Health said residents should check their mailboxes for the flu shot schedule of... Read more →


Cathedral Kitchen appoints a new executive director

Posted on November 23, 2018 Posted By: Maria... Categories: Latest News Cathedral Kitchen (CK), a nonprofit that provides meals and other services in Camden, has a new executive director. Carrie Kitchen Santiago, formerly the executive director of the Community Learning Center in Philadelphia, began leading Cathedral Kitchen on Nov. 6.... Read more →


ICE removes 5 fugitives wanted in El Salvador for various crimes including aggravated murder

HOUSTON — Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) on Friday removed five illegal aliens from El Salvador, who were fugitives wanted in their home country for various serious crimes, including aggravated murder. Jose David Umanzor-Hernandez, 26, was wanted for aggravated homicide and criminal... Read more →


Philadelphia Man Sentenced to Life Plus 207 Years’ Imprisonment for Violent Crime Spree

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain announced today that Khalil Smith a/k/a “Lil,” 35, of Philadelphia, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg to life plus 207 years’ imprisonment, to be served consecutively. Smith was found guilty by a jury in January 2017, of committing a series... Read more →


Check Your Medical Records For Dangerous Errors

Judith Graham--published here with permission of Kaiser Health News When Liz Tidyman’s elderly parents moved across the country to be closer to their children and grandchildren years ago, they carried their medical records with them in a couple of brown cardboard folders tied with string. Two days after their arrival,... Read more →


Indictment Charges Man With Attempted Murder for Allegedly Firing Gun at Driver in Buena

A separate state grand jury found the state trooper who fired at the defendant was justified in his actions TRENTON – A state grand jury has indicted a man on charges including attempted murder for allegedly firing a handgun at a motorist during an incident in Buena, N.J., on May... Read more →


RUTGERS STUDY: Negative Portrayals in the News Media Affect How Police Treat Black Men

Newswise — Negative portrayals in the news media affect how police treat black men in the United States, according to a Rutgers School of Public Health study. The study appears in the book Research in Race and Ethnic Relations. The study was based on the premise that public perceptions of... Read more →


Hillary Clinton: Fox News Is ‘Superb Propaganda,’ ‘A Wholly Owned Subsidiary Of Trump’

Gramma still has the alphabet networks. Via Washington Times: Hillary Clinton tore into Fox News during a recent interview with The Guardian, calling the cable news network “a wholly owned subsidiary” of the Trump administration that peddles in propaganda. In an interview with the British newspaper published Friday, the former... Read more →


Legion Baseball prepared Melvin and Snitker for success

The American Legion Two former American Legion Baseball players, Bob Melvin (right, above) and Brian Snitker, (left above)were named the Baseball Writers' Association of America's Managers of the Year Award on Tuesday. Both Melvin, manager of the Oakland A’s, and Snitker, skipper for the Atlanta Braves, spoke with The American... Read more →