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January 16, 2019

Congressman Sires to Senator McConnell, Take Action

(Washington, D.C.)(January 16, 2019)- – Congressman Sires released the following statement urging Senator McConnell to consider legislation in the Senate that could end the partial government shutdown: “Today is the 26th day of the partial government shutdown and it is long past time for the Senate to vote on reasonable legislation. Since the start of the 116th Congress, the House... Read more →


NJBIA Statement on Gov. Murphy'sState of the State Address

January 15, 2019 CNBNews graphics file New Jersey Business & Industry Association President CEO Michele N. Siekerka issued the following statement regarding today's State of the State address by Gov. Murphy. "As we move into 2019, it is important that Governor Murphy's path to a 'stronger and fairer' economy and a more affordable New Jersey not be paved with added... Read more →


OVER 3,000 FROM PHILADELPHIA ARCHDIOCESE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2019 MARCH FOR LIFE

WASHINGTON, DC(January 16, 2019)--This year marks the 46th anniversary of the United States Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wadeand Doe v. Bolton decisions that legalized abortion nationwide. Over 3,000 faithful from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will take part in the Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. on Friday, January 18, 2019 to promote respect and protection for all human... Read more →


Pemberton Township Drug Dealer Charged with Death of Customer Who Fatally Overdosed

January 16, 2019 PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP, NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and CNBNews graphics file Pemberton Township Police Chief David H. Jantas announced that a Pemberton Township drug dealer was charged with causing the death of a customer to whom he sold fentanyl-laced heroin in 2017. Bryant Taylor, 39, whose last official address was the first block of Scrapetown Road, was... Read more →


Obituary: Edward S. Kavlick of Gloucester City

Edward S. Kavlick Gloucester City – On January 12, 2019. Age 56. We have a loving angel watching over us all from heaven. Cherished son of Joann Kavlick and Wilfred McQuaid. Loving grandson of the late Josephine and Edward Kavlick. Loving brother of Kelly Beebe (Arthur), Earline Garrison, Josephine “Christy” Cheeseman (Charlie), Adam Garrison, Thomas Gellura. Beloved uncle of Charles... Read more →


TSA statement on checkpoint operations for January 16

WASHINGTON DC (January 16, 2019)-- – Nationwide, TSA screened 1.60 million passengers yesterday (Tuesday, Jan. 15). Overall, passengers waited less than 30 minutes and 97.3 percent of passengers waited less than 15 minutes. In TSA Pre✓® lanes, passengers on average waited less than 10 minutes. Please refer to the table below for top airport specific wait times. Yesterday’s complete figures... Read more →


COOPER FOUNDATION: A New Report Highlights Health, Economic, Educational Gains in Camden

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 16, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--The Cooper Foundation released the following information today about the improvements being made in Camden City. Two articles came out yesterday regarding a new report confirming the positive impact of grants provided by New Jersey's Economic Development Authority through the Grow New Jersey and Economic Redevelopment and Growth programs. Please take a minute to read... Read more →


Black Latte: An Incredible Tasty and Useful Drink

(January 16, 2019)--Today, lots of people who worry about their health conditions and look are constantly looking for interesting products that are tasty to consume and that can bring a range of great benefits. If you are one of those people, you should definitely find out more about the revolutionary product known as Black Latte. In this article, you can... Read more →


NJ Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake Comments on Bill A3115

Press Statement from Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake Regarding Bill A3115 Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake TRENTON, NJ (January 16, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)-“It is with a heavy heart that I send my deepest condolences to the family of Jameek Lowery. As a mother of a son, I mourn with Jameek’s mother and pray the family receives the answers they need, the fairness in justice... Read more →


Love Your Money: Despite Shutdown U.S. Hands Out Millions to Foreign Countries

The U.S. government may be shut down but it’s still doling out large sums of taxpayer dollars to foreign causes that American citizens may not consider a priority. In the last few days alone, Uncle Sam dedicated millions of dollars in grants to projects that include helping socially vulnerable youth in crime-ridden Costa Rican communities, tackling an AIDS epidemic in... Read more →


NJEA, Educators to stage State House Walk-In on Thursday

TRENTON, NJ (January 16, 2019)-- Educators from around New Jersey will stage a State House walk-in on Thursday, Jan. 17 to deliver petitions gathered from educators around the state demanding relief from the crushing economic burden imposed by Ch. 78. The 2011 law imposed harsh health care premium sharing requirements on public employees along with increased pension contributions. The law... Read more →


CC Freeholder Director Cappelli Takes Exception to Critical Comments Made by Gov. Murphy 

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 15, 2019)Camden County Freeholder Director Lousis J. Cappelli Jr., is upset over Governor Murphy's remarks in his recent State of the State address. His prepared statement is below. Disappointingly, I watched the Governor address the legislature wasting time and energy to relitigate the same subject matter he brought up last week. Unfortunately, these critical comments ring... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: POLS ON STATE-OF-STATE: DEMS TEPID, GOP PREDICTABLE 

Gov. Phil Murphy's first State of the State address Tuesday (remarks here) was wide-ranging: legal marijuana, $15 minimum wage, NJ Transit, opioids, state tax breaks — and the final item wasn't terribly popular with members of his own party, who were "hardly effusive" given the state's "fiscal hole," John Mooneywrites. "We won’t be able to do those things if we... Read more →


Bigoted Artist Angers Christians In Israel

January 15, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an artistic controversy in Israel: A crucified sculpture of Ronald McDonald, called "McJesus," is on display in the Haifa Museum of Art. Christians have protested, and some of them have turned violent. While the violence must be condemned, it is encouraging to see Christian leaders speaking out against this in-your-face... Read more →


Home Country: Clarice Devon and the Curl Up 'N Dye Beauty Salon

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet It’s Tuesday afternoon at two, which means Clarice Devon is on her way to the Curl Up ‘N Dye beauty salon. It’s like the sun coming up or the price of bread increasing. Tuesday. Two. Clarice. “Clarice!” yells Fran. “Ready to be beautiful?” “Sure,” she said. “I like attempting the impossible.” Clarice Devon is one of... Read more →


Chatayee Thai Brings the Heat to Walnut Street

Authentic Thai restaurant now open for lunch and dinner PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 2019) - There's something new cooking on Walnut Street. Chatayee Thai, the recently opened Thai restaurant in the heart of Midtown Village, is now serving lunch and has added happy hour, Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m., to their bar program. Chatayee Thai serves both familiar... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Food Bank of SJ Statement on Impact of the Government Shutdown

Fred C. Wasiak, President & CEO On December 21, the federal government partially shut down operations thus impacting an estimated 40 million people facing food insecurity in America. In South Jersey alone, more than 200,000 residents are food insecure with limited or uncertain access to adequate food. Of these vulnerable citizens, 57,000 are children who need healthy food to thrive... Read more →


Dear supporters, friends, and those interested in the Republican Party of Pennsylvania:

It’s been an exciting time for me out on the road over the last ten days as I’ve been traveling with our PA GOP team to regional caucus meetings, talking with State Committee members, and spreading the Republican message across Pennsylvania. This week, I was happy to be in Montgomery, Butler, and Clarion counties for meetings with the PA GOP... Read more →


HASH HOUSE A GO GO MOORESTOWN SET TO OPEN THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 

MOORESTOWN, NJ – The wait is over! Hash House A Go Go Moorestown will officially open its doors to the public on Thursday, January 17 at 8 a.m. Known for their oversized portions of twisted farm food, Hash House A Go Go offers breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner daily. Popular dishes include house hashes and scrambles, oversized flapjacks and waffles,... Read more →


East Stroudsburg University Students from NJ Named to Dean's List

EAST STROUDSBURG, PA (01/15/2019)-- A total of 1,513 students have been named to the Dean's List at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) for the Fall 2018 semester of the 2018-2019 academic year, according to Joanne Bruno, J.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs. Students eligible for the Dean's List are those who have attained a 3.50 quality point... Read more →


Delaware Hunters: Registration Open for Delaware’s Mandatory Wild Turkey Hunting Class

DOVER DELAWARE(Jan. 15, 2019) – With Delaware’s annual wild turkey hunting season approaching, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Hunter Education Program reminds both resident and non-resident hunters that they must pass a turkey hunting course approved by the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife before they can legally hunt turkeys in the First State. Other hunter education requirements also... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

Wheaton College (Ill.) Students Named to Fall 2018 Dean's List WHEATON, IL (01/15/2019)-- Wheaton College is proud to announce its Dean's List for the fall 2018 semester. To earn Dean's List honors at Wheaton, an undergraduate student must carry 12 or more credit hours and achieve a 3.5 grade point average or higher on the 4.0 scale. The following students... Read more →


Green Eggs and Sand Aquatic Curriculum Workshops

2019 Green Eggs and Sand Workshop June 1-2 Information and Registration Form (pdf, 1.0mb) During the full and new moon events in May and June, thousands of horseshoe crabs come ashore to spawn, primarily in Delaware Bay. It is also during this time when migrating shorebirds descend upon the beaches to rest and feed on the horseshoe crab eggs before... Read more →