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November 2018

THE FORCE REPORT' TRACKS POLICE IN NJ OVER 17 YEARS

NJ.com debuted The Force Report on Thursday, an ongoing investigation of the use of force among New Jersey police. It draws on a massive database of incidents reported over nearly two decades. The major findings are available here, and a narrative 'how-we-did-it' piece is here. (NJ Advance Media) GREWAL ANNOUNCES... Read more →


Murphy’s Soccer Team Pulls Out of Pinelands Sports Complex

Sky Bly FC who was initially a partner in the massive sports complex proposal, Trophy Park, has now withdrawn from the project. Governor Phil Murphy is also a co- owner of the Sky Blue FC soccer club. Trophy Park, would be built on 200acres much of the wooded land along... Read more →


Hopewell Theater Raises Funds for Youth Arts Education

with “Give Hope” Fundraising Drive for Young Audiences Arts for Learning HOPEWELL, NJ (November 29, 2018) – Hopewell Theater is raising funds for youth arts education this holiday season at the box office with a “Give Hope” fundraising drive for Young Audiences Arts for Learning. Hopewell Theater patrons can add... Read more →


Obituary: Joseph W. Gallagher Jr., of Gloucester City

Gloucester City - On November 20, 2018. Age 62. Survived by his sons, Sean and Christopher Gallagher. Son of the late Joseph W. Gallagher, Sr. and Dorothy Berry Gallagher. Funeral services were private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN–HEALEY FUNERAL HOME Gloucester... Read more →


Deptford Resident Marcel Steele Charged with Killing 22-Year-Old Jodeci Robinson

CNBNews graphics file WOODBURY, NJ (November 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester County Prosecutor Charles Fiore has announced that Marcel Steele, (DOB 1/23/96), of Deptford, New Jersey, was charged with the shooting death of 22-year-old Jodeci Robinson of Woodbury, New Jersey, and the attempted murder of 26-year-old Saliim Bey of Pine Hill, New Jersey.... Read more →


Obituary: Robert T. Hodge of Bellmawr

Robert T. Hodge January 03, 1935 - November 28, 2018 Robert T. Hodge, Sr., on November 28, 2018, of Bellmawr, formerly of South Philadelphia. Age 83. Beloved husband of the late Margaret M. (nee Ullman). Devoted father of Robert Jr. and his wife Jean (nee Southern). Loving grandpop of Lisa... Read more →


One Resident Dies in Sea Isle Fire; Two Injured

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (November 30,2018)(CNBNewsnet)- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Sea Isle City Police Chief Thomas McQuillen are releasing additional information regarding the multi-alarm structure fire that occurred yesterday at 29 54th Street in Sea Isle City, NJ. According to Prosecutor Sutherland, fire suppression... Read more →


Video: Purple Eagles Insider Features Maggie McIntryre, Gloucester Catholic Alumnus

This week 's episode of the Purple Eagles Insider features junior Maggie McIntyre of the Niagara University women's basketball team. McIntyre, of Mantua, received her high school education at Gloucester Catholic, Gloucester City, NJ Before Niagara McIntyre played at Gloucester Catholic High School as well as for the Philly Comets...McIntyre... Read more →


WinterFest Ice Skating at Cooper River

Cooper River Park has once again transformed into a winter wonderland with tasty treats, and family fun! WinterFest Ice Skating at Cooper River is open Thursday – Sunday from November 30th until February 18, 2019. WinterFest Ice Skating at Cooper River is presented by the Camden County Board of Freeholder... Read more →


Obituary: Janine L. Toohey of Gloucester City

CNBNews graphics file On November 27, 2018, (nee Hill) of Gloucester City, NJ, age 68. She was the loving mother of Sean (Michelle) Toohey, dear sister of Michele Burger and Leslie Servus and dear grandmother of Brooke Toohey. Janine was a talented artist and a graduate of the University of... Read more →


Guest OpinionWhen It Rains It Floods on the Passaic

Jeff Tittel, NJ Sierra Club Parts of Wayne and Lincoln Park flooded today after heavy rains on Saturday caused the Passaic and Pompton rivers to overflow. The National Weather Service issued flood advisories on Saturday for much of New Jersey as rain continued across the state. Many towns are seeing... Read more →


Giving thanks during the darkest chapters in life

Posted By: Maria Latest News Written by Mary McCusker/The Diocese of Camden Isaac Wilson’s hands clasped tightly as he kneeled and bowed his head in prayer this past weekend at Mass. He wore his best suit. He made sure he had his offertory donation ready for the collection. He nodded... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic Alumni Award Winners

Gloucester City, NJ (November 29,2018)--Gloucester Catholic High School alumni award winners (L to R) included Robert Iacovone '81 (Dr. Frank and Catherine Kelly Award); Dr. Patrick Harker '77 (Thomas Iacovone Legacy Award); Paul Kelly '76 (John and Jackie O'Donnell Award); Captain Sean McKenna '89 (Thomas Stewart III Award); and Dr.... Read more →


“Friendsgiving” with Epiphany Church Celebration

(photo provided) by Brian MacDonald for CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (November 29, 2018)--On November 20th, over 120 people gathered at the First Baptist church building to celebrate “Friendsgiving” with Epiphany church. While the attendance was double the anticipated number, members of the community and church partnered together to provide a... Read more →


Two Iranian Men Indicted for Deploying Ransomware to Extort Hospitals, Municipalities

Causing Over $30 Million in Losses NEWARK, NJ (November 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--A federal grand jury returned an indictment unsealed today in Newark, New Jersey charging Faramarz Shahi Savandi, 34, and Mohammad Mehdi Shah Mansouri, 27, both of Iran, in a 34-month-long international computer hacking and extortion scheme involving the deployment of sophisticated... Read more →


U.S. Senator Booker, NJ Rep. Norcross discuss issues with Rowan student military personnel

Newswise (November 2018)(CNBNewsnet)— United States Senator Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Rep. Donald Norcross (D-N.J., 1stDistrict), discussed a range of issues with Rowan student veterans and active military personnel Tuesday during a meeting in the Marketplace dining hall. The stop on Rowan’s Glassboro campus, held in advance of Election Day Nov.... Read more →


Atlantic City Electric Employees Honored

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (November 28, 2018) – Atlantic City Electric recognized four outstanding employees with the company’s annual Premiere Customer Experience Award for their work in delivering exceptional customer service over the last year. The award recognizes employees who made a difference in the lives of customers through assistance and... Read more →


ProPublica Staffers Win 2018 FAC Award for “Trump Town" Investigative Series  

The First Amendment Coalition is proud to announce the recipient of its 2018 Free Speech & Open Government Award is the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica, selected for its extensive use of public records to increase transparency around political appointees at the highest levels of government. This year’s award goes to ProPublica... Read more →


*The Masterwork Chorus Performs Handel’s Messiah

Chatham,New Jersey (PR MediaRelease)--Join the Masterwork Chorus and Orchestra as they return to the stages in New York City and New Jersey to perform Handel’s Messiah. Featuring world class soloists, Kendra Colton, Soprano, Emily Marvosh, Alto, Terrence Chin-loy, Tenor and Malcolm Merriweather, Baritone. On Saturday December 15, 2018, 8:00 pm,... Read more →


Delaware's Duck, Canada goose, brant, and antlerless deer hunting season splits open

Furbearer trapping seasons open in all three counties DOVER (Nov. 29, 2018) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is promoting the December openings of Delaware’s duck, Canada goose, brant, and antlerless deer hunting season splits, as well as the opening of furbearer trapping seasons. Numerous other hunting seasons remain... Read more →


Attention, Marketplace Shoppers: Don’t Delay On 2019 Enrollment

Michelle Andrews...published here with permission of Kaiser Health News Don’t procrastinate. Most consumers who buy their own insurance on the federal health insurance marketplace face a Dec. 15 deadline. Advocates are reminding these customers that if they miss the deadline, they may not have a plan that starts in January... Read more →


Cold Weather Woes and Dry Eyes

Newswise — BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — As cold winter months arrive, many people will live in dry, indoor conditions with the heat on all day, which contributes to the season’s being the most common time people complain about dry, itchy and watery eyes. Dry eye occurs when there is low tear... Read more →