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December 1, 2018

Obituary: Doris Romona Kotter, of Gloucester City, age 90; GHS Alumnus Class of 1947

Doris Ramona Kotter “Mona” Gloucester City NJ (December 1, 2018) – passed away at home, in the presence of her loving son, Bob Jr. on November 30, 2018, at the age of 90. (nee Tipton) She is survived by her loving grandson Allan and his wife, Renee and her sons,... Read more →

The Indian Grill Opens in Philadelphia

Bringing Authentic Indian Cuisine to Old City, Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, PA (November 2018) - The Indian Grill, a new BYOB restaurant located in Old City, is bringing the tastes and ambiance of Indian culture to Philadelphia. Inspired by the royal courts in India, The Indian Grill specializes in North Indian cuisine... Read more →

Tito Diaz Arrested 3 Times; Vehicle Overturns on Johnson Blvd; 14-Year Old Vandal Apprehended

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (November 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)-It was a busy week for the Gloucester City Police Department. Numerous automobile crashes, drug arrests, burglaries and vandalism were just some of the crimes that kept the cops active. Tito Diaz Jr. CNBNews file photo One name that kept popping up in the most... Read more →

Officer Down: Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase S. White, United States Department of Justice

CNBNews graphics file End of Watch Thursday, November 29, 2018 Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White, age 41, was shot and killed at 5:30 pm while attempting to serve a warrant at a home on 15th Avenue, near Jacinto Street, in Tucson, Arizona. He and other officers were attempting to arrest... Read more →

Murphy Administration Works to End the AIDS Epidemic in New Jersey

TRENTON, NJ--In recognition of World AIDS Day, December 1, the Murphy Administration is taking steps to end the HIV epidemic in New Jersey by 2025. As part of this effort, the Department will work with partners to promote testing and link individuals with treatment and HIV medications that are effective... Read more →

Free Holiday Dinner provided by the Center for Family Services and Kiwanis Club of Blackwood

GTPD Community Bulletin: The holidays are upon us! Come join us and our friends from the Building Bridges Family Success Center and the Kiwanis Club of Blackwood as we come together to celebrate the holiday season over a delicious dinner with all the fixins'. All children will get a little... Read more →

A bridge from our earthly lives to heaven

Written by Kari Janisse/ Latest News November is one of my favorite months of the year. The leaves have changed by now into beautiful colors, Thanksgiving is celebrated with family and friends around the table and it is the month that begins with my favorite feast day, All Saints Day!... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Moving Day

Dawn Watson/Cnbnewsnet You're all ready to move into a new apartment or house. Boxes fill every nook and cranny and excitement is high. But, what about Fido? Dogs pick up on their family's emotions and sometimes react negatively to them. When you anticipate moving you may witness changes in your... Read more →

Philadelphia-Area Restauranteur Sentenced to Prison for Tax Fraud

Eastern District of Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced today that Giuseppe “Pino” DiMeo, 51, of Eagleville, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 24 months’ imprisonment and ordered to pay $463,738 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), for conspiring to defraud the IRS and filing false... Read more →

Fatty Liver Disease! Could soon be the No. 1 reason for liver transplantation

Newswise — More than 100 million Americans have potentially deadly fatty liver disease and most do not even know it. Overeating and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol this holiday season could put someone with the disease on the fast track to liver failure. “There are no symptoms associated with fatty... Read more →

Convictions Upheld for Deputy Executive of Port Authority & Deputy Chief of Staff for Christie

Misused Government Property to Create ‘Crippling Gridlock’ to Punish Fort Lee Mayor CNBNews graphics file NEWARK, N.J. – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit today affirmed five of seven convictions each for a former top official of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PA)... Read more →

Allentown Assistant City Solicitor Sentenced in Former Mayor Pawlowski’s Pay-to-Play Scheme

CNBNews graphics file Eastern District of Pennsylvania PHILADELPHIA PA (November 30,2018)(CNBNewsnet) – Deputy United States Attorney Louis D. Lappen announced that Dale Wiles, former Allentown Assistant City Solicitor, was sentenced today for his role in a pay-to-play bidding scheme involving former Allentown Mayor Edwin Pawlowski. United States District Judge Juan... Read more →

Proposed legislation for safer schools in NJ

by admin Camden City NJ--(November 2018)“There is no greater responsibility for us than to ensure that our 1.4 million students are in safe learning environments,” said State Education Commissioner Dr. Lamont Repollet in his most recent communication to New Jersey School Superintendents. Acknowledging November is Child Safety and Protection Month,... Read more →

New Jersey Park Service Issues Flood Alert For Wharton State Forest

Six-Day Shotgun Deer Season Starts December 3; Beware Hunters Pines Barons Are Flooded! photos provided (CNBNewsnet)(November 30,2018)TRENTON - Due to flooding from persistent rainfall, the New Jersey State Park Service is advising visitors that many of the unimproved roads within Wharton State Forest are impassable and that they should consider... Read more →

14 Arrests Made in Takedown by Federal and State Law Enforcement; One Defendant At Large

TRENTON, N.J. – Fifteen people were charged for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute significant quantities of heroin and cocaine in the Bayshore area of Monmouth and Middlesex counties, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Fourteen of the defendants (see chart below) were charged by complaint with conspiracy to... Read more →