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January 11, 2019

PENNSYLVANIA GAME COMMISSION RECRUITING NEW GAME WARDEN CLASS

CNBNews graphics file HARRISBURG, PA - The Pennsylvania Game Commission is recruiting the 32nd class of State Game Warden Cadets at its Ross Leffler School of Conservation in Harrisburg. The State Civil Service Commission on or about Jan. 28 will post a job announcement for and begin accepting applications from... Read more →


Gloucester City Police Respond to 14 Traffic Accidents over 6 Days

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (JANUARY 11, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--1/4 (1:53 pm) Ptl. Bob Saunders III responded to the Budget Inn on Rt. 130 for a burglary report. A patron of the hotel reported cash and jewelry were stolen from his room sometime during the day. He believes the prostitute he had in his... Read more →


Bucknell Students from NJ Named to Dean's List

LEWISBURG, PA (01/10/2019)-- Bucknell University has released the dean's list for outstanding academic achievement during the fall semester of the 2018-19 academic year. A student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.0 to receive dean's list recognition. Carrie Baeckstrom Class of 2021... Read more →


I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed and detoured overnight

Detour in place for milling and paving (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced an overnight closure of I-295 southbound where it splits at Exit 26/I-76 westbound for milling and paving work as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. This work was originally... Read more →


Delaware Reminds Public that Dunes in State Parks are Closed to Sledding and Snowboarding

REHOBOTH BEACH Delaware (Jan. 11, 2019) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation reminds residents and visitors that sledding, snowboarding, and other recreational activities are not allowed on Delaware’s dunes. Dunes contain fragile wildlife habitat and also provide protection for the beaches and the communities that border them. Besides asking... Read more →


Second Round of Funding of $27 Million in NJ Preschool Expansion Aid to 33 School Districts

EATONTOWN NJ (January 11, 2019)--– Governor Phil Murphy today announced a second round of state funding to create or expand preschool programs in 33 school districts – marking the first time those communities have received state aid for preschool. The $26.9 million in Preschool Education Expansion Aid (PEEA) ensures that... Read more →


Cabin Fever Sundays

HARRISBURG, PA--Looking for something outdoor-related and educational to do this winter? Mark your calendars for our 2019 Cabin Fever Sundays series! Three Sundays throughout the colder, wintry months, we will host a seminar for those itching to get some fresh air and learn more about an issue in which the... Read more →


Governor’s Office Touts NJ Leaders Reaction to the Office of the State Comptroller’s Audit

TRENTON, NJ (January 10, 2019)“State resources of this magnitude would have kept people in their homes and should have been used make NJ a more affordable place for all. During the time that $11 billion in tax incentives were being distributed, nonprofit community developers were working with a very modest... Read more →


Officer Down: California Police Officer Natalie Corona Shot and Killed Responding to Accident

Police Officer Natalie Corona Davis Police Department, California End of Watch Thursday, January 10, 2019 DAVIS, CALIFORNIA (January 11, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Police Officer Natalie Corona, age 22, was shot and killed after responding to a report of a three-car vehicle crash near the intersection of 5th and D streets. As Officer Corona... Read more →


Philly PD: Man Walking Dog is Punched, Dies

(PHILADELPHIA PA)(JANUARY 11, 2019)--A Philadelphia man who was walking his dog died Saturday after he was punched during an altercation with another dog walker at a city park. Drew Justice, 38, died after he was punched during a dispute with another dog walker at a Philadelphia park on Saturday, Jan.... Read more →


Lois Schuhl, Vice Principal of Saint John Paul II Regional School Retires After 25 Years

Lois Schuhl, vice principal of Saint John Paul II Regional School in Stratford, is surrounded by well-wishers during a retirement celebration shortly before Christmas. Schuhl devoted 50 years of her life to Catholic education. STRATFORD, NJ (January 10, 2019)--Saint John Paul II Regional School, Stratford, celebrated the retirement of Lois... Read more →


Decreased deep sleep linked to early signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Toxic brain protein tau elevated in older people who sleep poorly Newswise — Now, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis may have uncovered part of the explanation. They found that older people who have less slow-wave sleep – the deep sleep you need to consolidate memories... Read more →


Stockton University Marine Scientists Use Sonar to Tell NJ’s Revolutionary War History

Where the Garden State Parkway crosses over the Mullica River, lies an unseen story of the American Revolution concealed by murky water. On Oct. 6, 1778, the British burned as many as ten merchant ships that had been captured by privateers operating out of Port Republic, N.J. in the Battle... Read more →


NJ Awarded $2.3 Million to Enhance Pediatric Mental Health Care through Telehealth

TRENTON, NJ (January 10, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--The New Jersey Department of Health (DOH) was awarded more than $2.3 million to enhance primary, behavioral and mental health care for children and adolescents through telehealth consultation and new education programs. “Creating new, innovative ways for New Jersey’s children and teens to better access behavioral... Read more →


2018 Review of Top Stories That Affected Media

Christine Cube / PR Newswire for Journalists Calling 2018 a tumultuous year in media would be putting it lightly. Some of the phrases that came out this year: “Enemy of the state” and “war on media.” Then bits of this began to play out and, tragically, journalists lost their lives.... Read more →


South Jersey Pilgrims from the Camden Diocese Journey to the Border

Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley in the Diocese of Brownsville, Texas, leads pilgrims from the Diocese of Camden in prayer at the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this week. Photo by Mary McCusker CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 10, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--This week a group of pilgrims... Read more →


Medical cannabis users operating vehicles: New study reveals worrisome statistics

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- More than half of people who take medical cannabis for chronic pain say they’ve driven under the influence of cannabis within two hours of using it, at least once in the last six months, according to a new study. One in five of them said they’d... Read more →