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December 2018

How Does Social Drinking Become Problematic as We Age?

As we age, drinking alcohol in social gatherings makes us more vulnerable to alcoholism, says Brad Lander, a clinical psychologist and addiction medicine specialist at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center's Talbot hall and Ohio State's College of Medicine. As we age, it takes longer for the body to break down alcohol. It stays in the system longer. Tolerance also decreases. Excessive drinking can compromise your immune system and can lead to some forms of cancer, " Lander said. It also can decrease the effectiveness of some medications and highly accelerate others, including over-the-counter medications such as aspirin, acetaminophen, sleeping... Read more →


Happy NY from the Pennsylvania Republican Party

Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania: As 2018 draws to a close, I want to wish everyone a happy new year and a great 2019. I also hope you all have been able to enjoy time with family, friends, and loved ones over the holiday season. Along those lines, I was glad to see President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump travel to Iraq and other areas overseas to visit our troops. It was easy to see from the photos and videos from their appearances just how much our military respects their Commander in... Read more →


Brooklawn's Two Street Stompers Ready for New Year's Day; Their Theme is "Mummers University"

BROOKLAWN, NJ (CNBNewsnet)(December 31, 2018)--Brooklawn's Two Street Stompers held their last practice Saturday and are looking forward to their annual march in the Philadelphia Mummers Parade on New Year's Day. This is their 41st parade. The Two Street Stompers are a family run Mummers Comic Brigade. Approximately 230 members will be performing in the parade on New Year's Day. Many of the members come from the communities of Brooklawn, Gloucester City, Westville, Mantua, West Berlin and from throughout South Jersey. The Two Street Stompers are the 2018 Comic Brigade Champions and are shooting for a repeat in 2019. They have won... Read more →


Free PATCO Rides on New Year’s Eve

Heineken USA sponsors the rides as a safe and convenient travel option to ring in 2019 PATCO today announced that it will offer free train rides for New Year’s Eve for the third year in a row. The free rides this year are thanks in part to an advertising sponsorship with Heineken USA. Advertisements promoting the free rides are running in stations now through January 1. The free rides are aimed at offering a responsible, convenient travel option for those who want to enjoy New Year’s Eve festivities without the worry and hassle of driving. The free rides will begin at... Read more →


New Year' Eve Tips for Helping An Anxious Pet

Parties aren't for everyone.....Keep your pets safe this New Years Eve The Gloucester Township Police Department released the following information about keeping your pets safe on New Year's Eve. While New Year’s Eve celebrations are fun for us humans, our furry companions can easily become scared during the festivities. Many pets become scared at the sound of fireworks or noisy music, and you can risk your pet trying to run away – in fact many shelters see a greater number of lost dogs following the holidays. The Gloucester Township Police Department reminds you of these helpful tips this New Years Eve:... Read more →


Elizabeth T. O'Donnell, of Sewell formerly of Bellmawr

Elizabeth T. O’Donnell (nee Goeller) on December 29, 2018 of Sewell formerly of Bellmawr. Age 90. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Devoted mother of Patricia Meehan (the late Kevin), Joseph O’Donnell, Jr. (Christina), Eileen O’Donnell (Bruce), Paul O’Donnell (Suzanne) and the late Marianne O’Donnell, and close family friend, Kara Cutino. Loving grandmother of Sean, Timothy, Kerry, Evan, Matthew, Emily, Laura, Kieran, Julia and Colin. Dear great grandmother of Gabriella, George, Liam, Samantha and Cameron. Dear sister of the late Paul Goeller and Mary McDade. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Elizabeth was a former active member and choir member... Read more →


WinterFest Ice Skating at Cooper River Park

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (CNBNewsnet)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 through Sunday until February 18th, 2019. WinterFest now features arcade games in a heated tent and outdoor games for families to enjoy while they are off the ice. Its new location is the corner of North Park Drive and Cuthbert Boulevard in Cherry Hill, right across from the Crowne Plaza. Special Holiday Hours: New Year's Eve / Monday, December 31st - 12 PM to 6 PM New Year's Day / Tuesday, January 1st... Read more →


Obituary: Robert J. Perkins, of Gloucester City

Robert J. Perkins Gloucester City – On. December 28, 2018. Age 76. Beloved husband of the late Elsie M. Perkins, who passed in 2011. Survived by his children, Jason Perkins (Shannon), Joe Klaudi, Brenda Cooper (Al), Cindy Dolson (Rich) and Peggy Camp (Buddy); grandchildren, Eric, Tiffaney (Michael), Alyssa, Courtney, Brittney, Zachary, Jeremy, Matthew, Chris, Nicholas, Junior, Justice, Claudia, Lillianna and Jackson and great-grandson, Bryce. Robert was an avid outdoorsman, who loved fishing and his beloved dog, Toby. He enjoyed the times spent with his grandchildren and rooting on the Atlanta Braves. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation on Friday,... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Amazing Grace

Dawn O Watson | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 31, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- Each year January 2nd heralds the return of children and teachers to school, parents to work (if they were lucky enough to have off for the holidays), and generally a return to normal life. Kids trudge the streets, grumbling about how unfair life is as they show off their new Nike’s, Abercrombie and Fitch sweaters and jeans, and coats from Nordstrom and Saks. They ride their sparkling new bikes that boast eighty pounds of chains to secure them and gripe about actually having a vehicle they have to peddle. Before... Read more →


Gambling Mistakes You Must Never Make in Vegas

(December 31, 2018)--There are 1001 reasons to visit in Vegas. Some people board planes to visit this self-proclaimed sin city to enjoy the restaurants , interact and enjoy the women, and some just want to have a feel of the atmosphere that the city has to offer. However, one of the major reasons why so many people come to Vegas every single year is to try their luck at the casinos. Well, some are usually lucky while others are never lucky and normally end up losing all their money. If you're planning a trip to Vegas with the primary purpose of... Read more →


MORE PLACES IN NJ BANNING PLASTIC BAGS IN 2019 — IS YOUR TOWN NEXT?

SERGIO BICHAO http://nj1015.com CNBNews graphics file State lawmakers in 2019 will be deciding whether to ban plastic bags from stores and plastic straws in restaurants. In the meantime, more than a dozen local governments in New Jersey have already made the move to turn the common items into contraband. Many of the rules will take effect January or later in the year. In August, Gov. Phil Murphy vetoed a measure that would have imposed a 5-cent fee on carry-out bags, a proposal that was opposed by environmental groups because fees have not done enough to discourage people from using plastic bags... Read more →


Concert: Lou Gramm - The Original Voice of Foreigner with ASIA featuring John Payne

COLLINGSWOOD, NJ (December 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Presented by the Camden County Board of Freeholders in association with BRE and the Borough of Collingswood, the Scottish Rite Auditorium welcomes Lou Gramm – The Original Voice of Foreigner with ASIA featuring John Payne on Friday, January 26, 2019. Doors open at 7 PM, showtime at 8 PM. Lou Gramm is a founding member of Foreigner and one of the greatest singers in rock music. His unique vocals and hit song have placed Foreigner among Billboard’s Top Artists of all time. Their 16 Billboard Top 40 Hit Songs defined an era. Some of their hits include: “I... Read more →


18 New Reasons To Visit Philadelphia In 2019

PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 2018)-- Visitors looking for an exciting destination to visit in 2019 have plenty of new reasons to choose Philadelphia. In the exhibition realm, there is the made-for-kids America to Zanzibar, Muslim Cultures Near and Far at the Please Touch Museum and The Impressionist’s Eye display of rarely seen sculptures, painting and works on paper at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Openings include the East Market consumer space Fashion District Philadelphia and the arrival of the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel atop the Comcast Technology Center. On the theater scene, the debut of Broadway blockbuster Hamilton is much anticipated in... Read more →


Senior Services in Camden County

CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ (December 31, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Are you a senior citizen (aged 60 and over) or an adult (18 and over) with a physical disability that is looking for assistance with basic needs such as food, housing, and medical services? Or maybe you need to find someone to do some minor repair work around your home? Or perhaps you’d just like to find out about how to volunteer your time in the community, or where to go to socialize and have some fun? The Camden County ADRC Division of Senior Citizen and Disabled Citizen Services can serve as your doorway to connect... Read more →


STUDY: Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Pattern Linked to Higher Kidney Disease Risk

Highlight In a study of African-American men and women with normal kidney function, a pattern of higher collective consumption of soda, sweetened fruit drinks, and water was associated with a higher risk of developing kidney disease. Newswise — Washington, DC (December 27, 2018) — Higher collective consumption of sweetened fruit drinks, soda, and water was associated with a higher likelihood of developing chronic kidney disease (CKD) in a community-based study of African-American adults in Mississippi. The findings, which appear in an upcoming issue of the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN), contribute to the growing body of evidence... Read more →


Here are other ways to watch the SugarHouse New Year's Eve Fireworks

Can't make it down to the Waterfront? Spending NYE at home? Catch the fireworks live on NBC10, Telemundo62, and www.NBC10.com at 6PM, or head over to Facebook to watch them via the Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest accountor NBC10. And don't forget, the soundtrack to both shows will be simulcast on KYW Newsradio. Out and about at Midnight? Look up! Fireworks will be playing at Midnight through Visit Philadelphia’s Screens Around Town including the PA Convention Center, XFinity Live!, PECO Building Crown Lights, Live Nation Venues, and in taxis, Ubers, and Lyft. SugarHouse New Year's Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront Fun Facts!... Read more →


SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront

Be the first guests ever to have front row seats at Cherry Street Pier for the Tickets include: Exclusive access to Cherry Street Pier Amazing front row view of the SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront Special performances by DJ Lil’ Dave + Lean Wit It Two complimentary drinks per ticket Live Art + Exhibited Art Resident Artist Studio Tours and Events Pay-as-you go food from Cherry Street Pier vendors Beer, Wine, Specialty Cocktails Heat Stations, Fire Pits & more $50 / 9pm-1am / Fireworks at midnight / 21+ The Pier is enclosed and covered, but dress warm! The... Read more →


Gloucester City School District Going Solar

Boxes containing the panels have been stacked on skids in two areas near the school building GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 30, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)—The Cold Springs Grade School will soon be receiving their electrical energy from solar panels. Pallets containing the panels have been stacked two high and three deep on the school property. There are approximately 78 boxes of the panels which were made in Malaysia according to the writing on the side of the boxes. The cost for installation of the solar panels and how much money will be saved by going solar is not known at this time. The contractor... Read more →


Gloucester County final dates for flu clinics

(Sewell, NJ) - With the end of the year approaching and flu season peaking between December and February, residents are encouraged to take advantage of the county's free flu shot clinic before the clinics end for the year. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, "By offering our clinics from September to January we ensure that all of our residents have an opportunity to keep themselves and their loved ones safe during the peak of flu season, especially with how aggressive the flu has been the past few years." Freeholder Jim Jefferson, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services said,... Read more →


FAC, Media Coalition Oppose Last-Ditch Effort to Gut Landmark Police Transparency Law

A coalition of media groups led by the First Amendment Coalition (FAC) today filed briefing in the California Supreme Court to oppose a police union’s effort to undermine the effectiveness of a new, landmark police transparency law. The law requires a wide range of records relating to police misconduct to be available to the public—a sweeping change in California law. Prior to the bill’s enactment in September, California was one of a handful of states to bar public access to records surrounding investigations into police shootings and accusations of police misconduct. The law brings California into the mainstream by allowing the... Read more →


Longtime Glen Landing Middle School Teacher Gertrude “Trudy” Vernon Dies Suddenly

Gertrude “Trudy” Vernon (nee Goode), of Laurel Springs. Age 69. It is with great sadness and difficulty that Trudy Vernon’s family announces the news of her sudden passing on December 27, 2018. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 34 years, Richard Vernon, her son, Douglas Daniel Olsen, his wife Mona, stepson Jason Vernon and his wife Andrea, along with her pride and joy grandchildren Ajay, Sheela, Nicholas, and Rosie. She is also survived by her brother Lynn Goode and his family, sisters Gene Crawford and Susan Salber, and her husband Gary and her brother-in-law Harry Vernon. She loved... Read more →


How New Jersey power brokers bankrolled the election of Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam

Frank M. Gilliam Jr. (photo courtesy of The New York Post) by Amy S. Rosenberg, / Philadelphia Inquirer ATLANTIC CITY — The election of Frank M. Gilliam Jr. as mayor of Atlantic City probably hasn’t worked out the way a lot of powerful people hoped. It was, in tried and true Atlantic City fashion, a bad bet. Gilliam’s allies were distancing themselves before the 2017 election was officially certified. Before long, local Democrats were airing grievances about misdirected checks under the warm, Tiffany lamp glare of the city’s Irish Pub, a place on storied St. James Place whose walls have surely... Read more →


Gloucester Township January Calendar; Free Family Activities for All Residents

FREE FAMILY ACTIVITIES FOR ALL RESIDENTS! HOURS OF OPERATION: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday, 9:00 A.M-5:00 P.M., Monday and Thursday 11:00 AM-7 PM Contact: Nicole Sheppard at nsheppard@centerffs.org or 609-238-0685 GTPD Family Resource Center: 1324 Little Gloucester Road Gloucester Township, NJ 08012 Center for Family Services is committed to changing the odds for children and families across southern New Jersey. We offer more than 60 programs focused on supporting and empowering individuals, families, and communities to achieve a better life through vision, hope, and strength. #GTPD invites you to join our Community Connections Outreach Program located on 1324 Little Gloucester Road Blackwood,... Read more →


Carol Lynn Rowen, Teacher of the Year Recipient; Taught in Glendora School District for 28 Years

Carol Lynn Rowen (nee Stackhouse). Have you ever known a teacher who knew the names of every student she taught in second, third and fourth grades? Carol Rowen was that person. This beautiful teacher, wife, mother, grandmother and friend of so many, passed away on December 27, 2018. Born and raised in Runnemede, she resided in Washington Township from 1964 to the present date. She was 74 years old. Carol had a special talent for teaching young children for 28 years at the Glendora School in Gloucester Township. She was awarded the prestigious “Teacher of the Year” award and touched the... Read more →


JEROME BY DAVE WOLFE | CNBNewsnet

Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 5 No. 28 (December 29, 2018) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe, age 18. Dave has been drawing since he was 5 years old, he knew he wanted to be a cartoonist at the age of 8. He’s been distributing his comics in school since 3rd grade. (click image to enlarge) Read more →


Gloucester City Police Arrest Suspect Carrying a Handgun along with Crack Cocaine and Cash

Ptl. Blaise O'Donnell and K9 Demo assisted in the arrest (CNBNews file photo) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (DECEMBER 29, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police conducted a traffic earlier this week that resulted in the recovery of loaded .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun along with a quantity of crack cocaine and cash. According to police on Thursday, December 27 at 7:49 pm a traffic stop in the 100 block of Nicholson Road conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell and Inv. Tim Ryder resulted with the arrest of the driver. Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo were called to the scene to conduct an open air narcotics sniff... Read more →


Obituary: Angela D. Hines of Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill – On December 25, 2018. Age 64. (nee Peluso) Formerly of Merchantville. Predeceased by her husband Terry Wayne Hines. Loving mother of Dawn Peluso. Beloved daughter of Sally Ann Smith and the late Frank Peluso, Jr. Cherished grandmother of Angela Hazzard and great-grandmother of Brendyn Altman. Beloved sister of Frank Peluso, III (Kathy) and Nikki Robbins. Funeral services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of Angela D. Hines. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN – HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City Ph:856-456-1142 Read more →


Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: Puppies

Dawn Watson | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (December 29, 2018)-- Dogs are individuals and their personalities show up shortly after birth. If you’ve ever had the opportunity to view a litter from birth to seven or eight weeks old you’ll notice that there is a definite hierarchy within the pack. Generally, a male will take the Alpha role, submitting only to its mother. He will stand or roll over other pack members over in order to show dominance. This trait will generally continue throughout his life. Some dogs begin life being shy or unsociable while others play and frolic with their... Read more →


El Paso may face "crisis" housing migrants due to Sun Bowl, incoming congresswoman warns

BY CAMILO MONTOYA-GALVEZ ( CBS NEWS ) The incoming congresswoman of the Texas border city of El Paso is warning of an imminent "crisis" as local officials and charities scramble to accommodate at least 1,600 migrants dropped off there by federal authorities in recent days. Representative-elect Veronica Escobar, a Democrat, told CBS News, "We have these teams coming in to play in our Sun Bowl this weekend and the hotels are booked," referring to the college football game El Paso has hosted since 1935. "We're facing a real crisis coming up … to find places for all of these (migrant) families."... Read more →


Organ-sparing treatments effective for bladder cancer and for prostate cancer

Newswise — Traditionally, treatment for muscle-invasive bladder cancer is chemotherapy followed by the removal of the patient’s entire bladder, known as a radical cystectomy. However, Beaumont researchers have data suggesting that treatment consisting of limited surgery followed by combination chemotherapy and radiation is just as effective, while allowing patients to keep their bladder and maintain function. “This is a big deal. No one wants their bladder removed,” said Craig Stevens, M.D., Ph.D., chairman, Radiation Oncology, Beaumont Health. The surgical approach affects a patient’s quality of life and daily activities. Radical cystectomy is also associated with 67 percent of patients experiencing complications... Read more →


How Organizations Can Leverage On Online National Police Check Australia Services

(CNBNewsnet)(December 29, 2018)--Running your own business can be the most satisfying thing in life. Everyone would like the chance where they are their own bosses as it allows them to better take control of the events in their lives. But there are many challenges to owning a business or company, especially where you have employees that have to deal with goods or products. Many organizations run losses amounting to millions every year due to the collusion of staff members to defraud the company. But where does all this start? It often begins when companies are employing their staff. Doing a background... Read more →


FREE NEW YEAR’S DAY CELEBRATION RETURNS TO KIMMEL CENTER

JANUARY 1, 2019, 10AM–5PM PHILADELPHIA, PA--Celebrate New Year’s Day with family-oriented entertainment all day and views of the Mummer’s parade, hot chocolate, ticketed brunch by Garces Events, prizes & more! WHAT: The Kimmel Center is hosting its 14th annual New Year’s Day Celebration, with FREE family fun all day. Attendees are invited to enjoy giveaways, hot chocolate, a special The Lightning Thief themed scavenger hunt, performances, and views of the Mummers Parade on Broad Street. Garces Events will once again host its ticketed Broad Street Brunch on the Kimmel Center Tier 2 balcony overlooking the parade route. WHEN & Tuesday, January... Read more →


PORT AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES AGENCY’S FIRST ROLLOUT OF ALL-ELECTRIC BUSES

PART OF A PLANNED REPLACEMENT OF DIESEL SHUTTLES AT ITS THREE MAJOR AIRPORTS Six new buses at JFK now deployed, with new charging stations installed; agency planning to phase in 12 additional new electric buses at Newark Liberty and LaGuardia airports during first half of 2019 As part of an aggressive effort to enhance its environmental sustainability programs, the Port Authority is adding 18 new all-electric buses to its three major airports within the next six months to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants. It is the first step in eventually replacing all 36 current diesel regular shuttle buses... Read more →


Public Health Alert: Potential Measles Exposure at Newark Liberty International Airport

Contact A Health Care Provider If You Suspect Exposure NEWARK, NJ (December 29, 2018)-- --On Dec. 24, 2018, an international traveler who has been confirmed to have measles — a highly contagious disease — arrived in Terminal B at Newark Liberty International Airport on a flight from Brussels. The individual was infectious on that day and may have traveled to other areas of the airport. If you were in the airport on Dec. 24 between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m., you may have been exposed to measles and, if infected, could develop symptoms as late as Jan. 14. New Jersey residents... Read more →


NJ Warns Residents Not to Consume Raw Milk Products Amid Pennsylvania Farm Investigation

NY Resident Became Ill After Consuming Unpasteurized Dairy Products from PA Farm The New Jersey Department of Health is urging residents not to consume raw milk products after a New York resident consumed unpasteurized dairy products from a Pennsylvania farm and became ill. An investigation by the New York State Departments of Health and Agriculture identified raw milk and other dairy products from Miller's Biodiversity Farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania as the likely source of Brucella abortus RB51 infection (Brucellosis) in a New York individual. The New Jersey Department of Agriculture alerted the public earlier this week that Pennsylvania agriculture officials... Read more →


Pennsylvania Game Commission Needs Your Help

photo provided THE Pennsylvania Game Commission needs your help. Two elk – a cow and her calf – were unlawfully killed in Snowshoe Township, Centre County, on the Sproul State Forest. It is believed the elk were most likely killed during the two week rifle deer season in November. State Game Warden Mike Ondik has been investigating the case for the past several weeks and is in need of help from the public. If you have any information that might be connected to this case, please contact the Game Commission’s Northcentral Region Office at 570-398-4744 or the Operation Game Thief Hotline... Read more →


Officer Down: Michael Smith, Henry County Police Department, Georgia

Police Officer II Michael Smith Henry County Police Department, Georgia End of Watch Friday, December 28, 2018 HENRY COUNTY, GEORGIA (December 28, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Police Officer Michael Smith succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained on December 6th, 2018, while struggling with a suspect at a dentist's office at 378 Jonesboro Road in McDonough. The office staff had called police after the man entered the business and started to create a disturbance. Upon Officer Smith's arrival, the man became combative resulting in Officer Smith deploying his Taser. The Taser was ineffective and the man began to struggle with Officer Smith while attempting to disarm... Read more →


Residential and Business alarm systems are required to be registered with MSPD

at the beginning of each year The Maple Shade Police Department would like to remind all homeowners and business owners that burglar alarms, fire alarms, robbery hold up alarms, and duress alarms, etc, must be registered with MSPD. Registration expires on December 31st. It is the responsibility of the applicant to renew. If you are already registered remember to contact us whenever there is a change in emergency contact information, phone numbers, etc. Don't have an alarm system? If you do not have an alarm system then please fill out an emergency contact form instead. This will allow us to contact... Read more →


Additional Animal Cruelty Charges Filed Against Shamong Woman

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that additional charges have been filed against a Shamong Township woman who was arrested last month after New Jersey State Police found 44 deceased dogs on her property and more than 150 others that were alive but being kept in substandard, inhumane conditions. Donna Roberts, 65, of the 500 block of Oakshade Road, was charged with three counts of Animal Cruelty (one Third Degree, two Fourth Degree) and 15 counts of Unlawful Confinement (Disorderly Persons). Roberts had a first appearance in Superior Court in Mount Holly today on the additional charges. She was not detained,... Read more →


Lumberton Man Charged with Possessing, Distributing Child Pornography

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Lumberton Township man has been arrested and charged with possession and distribution of child pornography. Jeffrey Degroff, 58, of the first block of Chase Road in Lumberton, was charged with seven counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (five Second Degree and two Third Degree). Among the material Degroff is charged with possessing, and then distributing through a digital file-sharing program, is a video of an adult male engaged in sexual activity with a prepubescent female. The investigation began earlier this year after the Prosecutor’s Office High-Tech Crimes Unit was notified of... Read more →


Pine Hill "Lights the Night" New Year's celebration Postponed Due to Forecast for Inclement Weather

The Pine Hill Police Department announced today that the community's New Year Eve event schedule for Monday evening December 31 has been postponed due to the forecast of inclement weather. LOOK FOR A RESCHEDULED EVENT IN 2019. Address/Location Pine Hill Police Department 48 West 6th Avenue Pine Hill, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-783-1549 Read more →


Dr. David Condoluci Honored with Teddy DePrince Award

CHERRY HILL, NJ (December 28, 2018) — David V. Condoluci, DO, MACOI, Senior Vice President and Chief Patient Safety & Quality Officer at Jefferson Health – New Jersey, was recently presented with the Teddy DePrince Award at the 29th Annual HIV Medical Update in Cherry Hill, NJ, in recognition of his continued commitment and compassion in addressing the needs of patients living with HIV/AIDS. The Teddy DePrince Award is named in memory of a South Jersey resident who died in 2004 at age 24 due to complications of HIV/AIDS, which he contracted in the 1980s while undergoing blood transfusions to treat... Read more →


OBITUARY: HOWARD S. AGNEW OF SEWELL

Howard S. Agnew Sewell – On Dec. 23, 2018. Age 94. Survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Madeline M. Underwood–Agnew; sons, David and Howard Agnew; step-daughter, Faith Underwood. Predeceased by step children, Eileen Vitola (surviving Dr. Carl A. Vitola) and Daniel Underwood. Beloved grandfather of Laura Caputo (BJ), Mario Vitola, Jaime Underwood, Danny Hannigan and Joshua Underwood and great-grandfather of Madeline, Jackson, Lucy and Isabelle. Howard proudly served our country in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked as a sales engineer for Stover Associates in PA for many years and he loved animals. Private funeral services... Read more →


NJ State Commission of Investigation Exams the Link Between Scrap Metal Yards and Drug Addicts

Several South Jersey scrap metal yards cited for violations William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) released a 108 page report in June about scrap metal yards in the state helping addicts fund their drug habits by buying stolen metal products such as copper wire, copper pipes and manhole covers from them. Prime offenders in South Jersey, according to the SCI, included Sgt. Scrap Metal in Haddon Township, EMR Recycling previously known as Camden Iron and Metal in Camden City, American Recycling in Mays Landing and Sims Metal Management, Camden City. Related: Gloucester City... Read more →


Up To A Third Of Knee Replacements Pack Pain And Regret

Danette Lake sits on her front porch after walking her dogs, Zoe and Chloe. A doctor told Lake that knee replacement surgery could reduce her arthritis pain by 75 percent. One year after the surgery, however, she’s still in extreme pain and unable to work. (Rachel Mummey for KHN) Danette Lake thought surgery would relieve the pain in her knees. The arthritis pain began as a dull ache in her early 40s, brought on largely by the pressure of unwanted weight. Lake managed to lose 200 pounds through dieting and exercise, but the pain in her knees persisted. A sexual assault... Read more →