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January 4, 2019

Jah’vi Brown, age 1 Last Seen in Bellmawr; Decomposed Body Found in Camden City Alleyway

UPDATED/Corrected Jah’vi Brown, age 1 CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 4, 2019)(GloucesterCityNews.net)--On October 11, 2018, a badly decomposed body of a child was found in an alleyway near the 800 block of Mount Ephraim Avenue in Camden City NJ. The remains were discovered by a passer-by who notified the police and... Read more →


23-Year-Old Camden Man Sentenced to 47 Years in Prison for Murder

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 4, 2019)(GloucesterCityNews.net)--On January 3, 2019, Jacob Llera, 23, of Camden, was sentenced to 47 years in New Jersey State Prison for the murder of Saadiq Coleman by the Honorable Gwendolyn Blue of the New Jersey Superior Court. Llera is required to serve at least 37 years... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: OVERALL CRIME IN NEWARK HAS HIT A FIVE-YEAR LOW

Newark is reporting its lowest crime numbers in five years. Overall crime is down 15 percent. Mayor Ras Baraka says the 280,000-person city is moving in the right direction due to economic growth and a rebuilt police force. A federal monitor continues to oversee the city. (NJ Advance Media) NEW... Read more →


Voorhees Branch Library Roof Replacement Underway

(Voorhees, NJ) – The Voorhees branch of the Camden County Library System currently has limited parking in order to accommodate a project to replace the building’s roof. “There is a large crane in the customer parking lot that is severely limiting parking at this time,” said Freeholder Bill Moen, liaison... Read more →


Man Murdered in Atlantic City on NY's Day

ATLANTIC CITY NJ (January 3, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)- The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit is investigating the fatal shooting of a 21 year-old man in Atlantic City this evening, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. At approximately 6:26 p.m., Tuesday, January 01, 2019, Atlantic City Police received a 911... Read more →


NJ Announces Settlement with For-Profit Education Company Resulting in $493.7 Million in Debt Relief for Student Loan Borrowers

CNBNews graphics file Career Education Corp. Agrees to $19.6 Million in Debt Relief for NJ Residents TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced today that for-profit education company Career Education Corp. has entered into a multi-state settlement to resolve allegations that the company engaged in unfair and deceptive recruiting... Read more →


Three Females Beat and Rob Gloucester City Man

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 4, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police on December 30 at 12:04 AM responded to a call regarding a fight involving a male and three females. The call came from a residence in the 200 unit block of Warren Street. According to the crime report, when police arrived at... Read more →


NRA Great American Outdoor Show in PA.

The Biggest names in the Outdoor Industry will be at the Great American Outdoor Show. Don't miss it! With over 200 seminars and demos, including DockDogs and Raptors Up Close, fishing seminars on the Hawg Tank and wild game cooking demos, this show has it all! See the entire lineup... Read more →


NJ Rep. Norcross Votes to End Shutdown

WASHINGTON, DC (January 4, 2019)--– Today, Donald Norcross was sworn in to represent New Jersey’s First Congressional District in the 116th Congress and his first votes were in favor of two bills to reopen all government services that have been shut down since December 22nd and ensure workers get the... Read more →


Malinowski’s Leadership Leads to Introduction of Landmark Anti-Corruption and Reform Bill

The For the People Act is aimed at fixing our broken campaign finance system, strengthening ethics laws, and empowering votersMalinowski put reform front and center in his campaign End Citizens United (ECU) Action Fund President Tiffany Muller today praised Representative Tom Malinowski’s commitment to creating a democracy that works for... Read more →


NJBIA, Hudson County Chamber of Commerce Join Lawsuit Challenging Jersey City Payroll Tax

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association and the Hudson County Chamber of Commerce have joined a lawsuit filed by various businesses, labor unions and special improvement districts to get the local 1 percent payroll tax declared unconstitutional, both groups announced today. "Hundreds of Jersey City businesses are members of... Read more →


Police Looking for Pervert in Gloucester Twp.

suspect was driving a Ford F-150 (photo provided_ GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (JANUARY 4, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--On January 3, 2019 at approximately 11:05 AM, the Gloucester Township Police responded to the area of Morris Avenue and Railroad Avenue for a suspicious vehicle. It was reported that the driver of a truck rolled down... Read more →


DEP Awards $14M in Grants to Local Governments to Enhance Recyling

SEE BELOW FOR GRANTS GIVEN TO COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH JERSEY TRENTON - Local governments will share $14.3 million in grants to further enhance recycling efforts, based on 2016 recycling performance in their communities, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today. The recycling tonnage grants are... Read more →


Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice Announces Educational Workshop

Palliative & Hospice Care from a Catholic Perspective Marlton, NJ – Via Lucis, the Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice ministry for Catholic patients and families, in collaboration with the Dioceses of Camden and Trenton, will present Now & At the Hour of Our Death on Friday, February 15, 2019 at St.... Read more →


Dr. Stephen Bannar, 55, Memorial Service Sat.

Stephen Bannar March 18, 1963 - December 13, 2018 On Thursday, December 13, 2018, Stephen Bannar, loving husband and father of Brandon and Allison, passed away at the age of 55. Stephen was born in Camden, New Jersey on March 18, 1963. Stephen graduated from Rutgers University in 1985. He... Read more →


William J. DeVito, of West Collingswood Heights.; U.S. Navy Veteran; Loved to Dance

William J. DeVito March 27, 1931 - January 02, 2019 William J. DeVito, on January 2, 2019, of W. Collingswood Hts. Age 87. Beloved husband of the late Alice (nee Koszowski). Devoted father of Linda Capone and the late Alicia DeVito. Loving grandfather of Gina Capone. Dear brother of the... Read more →


Victory for Transparency: CA Supreme Court Rejects Police Union Effort to Gut Landmark Police Transparency Law

CNBNews graphics file In a significant victory for government transparency and accountability, the California Supreme Court today denied a police union’s last-minute effort to undermine the effectiveness of a new, landmark police transparency law, rejecting the union’s effort to make the law (SB 1421) apply only to records created after... Read more →


Easter Islanders Used Rope, Ramps to Put Giant Hats on Famous Statues

Credit: Sean Hixon Rano Raraku Statue Quarry and Puna Pau Pukao Quarry" Location of red scoria pukao quarry at Puna Pau (green square) and moai quarry at Rano Raraku (black square). Green circles mark locations of pukao . Credit: Sean Hixon Diagram of pukao emplacement scenario that is supported by... Read more →


PIANJ offers tips on how to prevent a burglary

CNBNews graphics file TRENTON, N.J.—Insurance is usually the last thing on people’s minds, especially right after the holidays. You’ve already spent so much on gifts, the last thing you probably want to do is spend more money. A typical homeowners (including renters and condominium) policy include coverage for your personal... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: New York Times' Astonishing Series On Abortion

January 3, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a New York Times series on abortion: On December 28, an editorial in the New York Times broached an eight-part series on abortion rights that is positively astonishing. It is clearly the most rabid defense of abortion ever published by... Read more →


Pennsville's Bethany Oakley Named to President's List at Bob Jones University

GREENVILLE, SC (01/02/2019)-- Bethany Oakley, a Senior Health Sciences major of Pennsville, was among approximately 550 Bob Jones University students named to the Fall 2018 President's List. The President's List recognizes students who earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average for the semester. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, Bob... Read more →


‘First Saturday in the First State’ Jan. 5 presents programs including a history of the duPont family

source First State Heritage Park DOVER (Jan. 3, 2019) – From exploring the developments of the Victorian era and how it shaped Dover, to the duPont family’s place in the history of Delaware, First State Heritage Park’s “First Saturday in the First State” Jan. 5 offers much to see and... Read more →