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January 20, 2019

Baby Boy Suffocated to Death, Lumberton Mother is Charged

LUMBERTON NJ (January 20, 2019)—Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Lumberton Township Police Chief Nick Peditto announced that a 33-year-old woman was charged after she was found last night passed out on top of her 13-month-old son, who was pronounced dead a short time later. Antoinette King, of Dove Court, was charged with one count of Endangering the Welfare of... Read more →

Governors from NJ and NC Believe Coast Guard Personnel Should Receive Federal Food Aid

TRENTON NJ (January 18, 2019) – Governor Phil Murphy and Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina today sent a letter to President Donald Trump, urging his administration to allow U.S. Coast Guard service members to receive federal food assistance through a Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) fund. Due to the partial government shutdown, Coast Guard service members have not been... Read more →

Edward L. Adamski, III of Gloucester City, age 33; GHS Alumnus; Navy Veteran; Post 3620 Member

On January 18, 2019, Age 33. Of Gloucester City. Husband of Melissa M. (nee Miller) and loving father of Edward L. Adamski, IV and Stephen O. Adamski. Beloved Son of Edward L. Adamski, Jr. and Anna F. Adamski (nee Clements). Cherished brother of Jenn Adamski (Chris) and Lisa Adamski. Loving uncle of Taylor and Courtney. Dear grandson of Doris Adamski... Read more →

David M. Clark III, of Gloucester City age 35: GHS Alumnus Class of 2002

CNBNews graphics file Gloucester City – On January 18, 2019. Age 35. Loving father of Zoe Ekimoglou. Cherished son of Rita McCall Cipriani (Joe) and David M. Clark, Jr. Beloved brother of Jeffrey Clark, Thomas Tampa, Joe Cipriani Jr. (Roxana), Chelsea Cipriani, Katie Borer (Steve) and Anjanette Munch (Mike). Cherished grandson of Winifred Cipriani. Also survived by many loving nieces,... Read more →

Make the Road New Jersey Against Trump's Recent Proposal to End Shutdown

(January 19, 2019)--On behalf of Make the Road New Jersey, youth leader and Dreamer Erika Martinez issued the following statement: “Trump’s proposal is not a starting point. It is an inhumane, immoral, and nonsensical approach to immigration reform. Trump ended DACA and TPS. He cannot use our lives now as ransom to build his racist border wall. New Jersey Congressional... Read more →

Law Enforcement Responds to Shooting at Motel 6 in Brooklawn; 35-Year-Old Philly Man Wounded

CNBNews graphics file BROOKLAWN, NJ (January 20, 2019)—Brooklawn Police along with personnel from the Camden County Prosecutors Office responded to a shooting Saturday night just before midnight at the Motel 6 property on Crescent Blvd. A nearby resident stated that she heard three loud bangs at approximately 11:40 PM. The noise came from the Motel 6 property she said. The... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police: Stay in the know during severe weather storms 

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (January 20, 2019)--Gloucester Township Police Department issued the following consumer tips for dealing with winter weather. Rain will come to an end by this evening as a strong cold front moves through with strong NW winds and rapidly falling temperatures as arctic air rapidly moves in. This will lead to quick refreezing of wet and slushy surfaces... Read more →

Rebecca Traister and Brittney Cooper to Discuss the Political Power of Women's Anger

Center for American Women and Politics --(January 19,2019)November 2016. The first woman to be nominated for the presidency on a major-party ticket wins the popular vote by a wide margin while losing the Electoral College. Two months later, one day after the presidential inauguration, the Women's March becomes the largest protest event in American history. In October 2017, the #MeToo... Read more →

Gloucester County is Ready for Nasty Weather

CNBNews graphics file (Clayton, NJ)(January 18, 2019) – The Gloucester County Department of Public Works will be brining emergency routes, overpasses and major county roadways throughout the next few days for the anticipated wintery mix that may impact the region over the next several days. Freeholder Director Robert Damminger said, "The public works crews take excellent care of the 410... Read more →

Camden County College Offering Peer Recovery Specialists Program

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Freeholder Board, county Addiction Awareness Task Force and Camden County College have created a new program to fill a significant need in the battle against the scourge of opioids and heroin. The Human Services and Behavioral Science Department at Camden County College is now offering a certification program for individuals who wish to provide an... Read more →

Cooper Health Care to Host Training for Elite Army Resuscitation Forward Surgical Team

(CAMDEN City NJ ) (January 18,2019)– Cooper University Health Care recently entered into an agreement with the United States Army to provide advanced surgical trauma training to the U.S. Army’s elite Forward Resuscitation Surgical Team (FRST). Cooper is the first trauma center in the nation to begin providing this training. “This is another first for Cooper, and we are honored... Read more →

Lawnside Drug Dealer Sentenced to Prison for Causing Death of Customer 

MOUNT HOLLY (January 19, 2019) - Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Lawnside drug dealer was sentenced today to seven years in New Jersey state prison for causing the death of a customer to whom he sold heroin in 2017. Under terms of the sentence handed down by the Hon. Gerard H. Breland, J.S.C., Jimmy Flakes Jr., 41,... Read more →

Emerson College Announces Dean's List Honorees, Including New Jersey Students

BOSTON, MA (01/18/2019)-- The following students have been named to Emerson College's Dean's List for the Fall 2018 semester. The requirement to make the Dean's List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher that semester. Samuel Kaufman of Collingswood David Hamaty of Medford Allison Hoag of Cherry Hill Genna Coleman of Cherry Hill Emma Grant of Tabernacle Emily... Read more →

Delaware to close part of Cape Henlopen State Park for a managed deer hunt on Jan. 24

DOVER , Delaware(Jan. 18, 2019) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation announced today that a section of Cape Henlopen State Park will be closed to accommodate a managed deer hunt taking place Thursday, January 24. The park’s main entrance will be closed for the DNREC-managed hunt, meaning bay and ocean beaches north of Herring Point cannot be accessed by... Read more →

NJPP: Tax Amnesty Does Not Meet NJ’s Long Term Needs

TRENTON, NJ (January 19, 2019)--On January 18, 2019 the state Department of the Treasury announced it will meet, if not exceed, its $200 million tax amnesty goal. The one-time tax amnesty was included in last year’s budget negotiations after Governor Murphy’s proposals to raise the income tax on earnings over $1 million and restore the sales tax to 7 percent... Read more →

HELP WANTED: Social Responsibility Associate with Philadelphia 76ers in Camden City

Philadelphia 76ers jobs CNBNews graphics file Sports Jobs in Camden, NJ Communications/Community Relations: Community Relations APPLY NOW The Philadelphia 76ers organization is one of the most storied franchises in American sports, led by some of the best and brightest minds across a diverse spectrum of industries, HBSE positions itself as one of the most pioneering, innovative global sports and entertainment... Read more →

Law for Thee But Not for Me: Pittsburgh Officials Defy DA’s Legal Advice in Gun Control Push

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019 SOURCE NRA-ILA Pittsburgh City Council member Corey O’Connor wants local residents to relinquish important aspects of their Second Amendment rights. If they refuse, he would have it cost them their liberty and treasure. But O’Connor himself apparently doesn’t believe he is bound by the law in making this happen, only that it’s permissible because he considers... Read more →


Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 5 No. 31 (January 20, 2019) 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... Read more →