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January 21, 2019

Bill James, The Longest Serving Mayor in Gloucester City's History Dies Suddenly

UPDATED William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 21, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)William P. James, the former mayor of Gloucester City passed away suddenly earlier today, at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Camden. James was elected in 2006 to his first four-year term running on a ticket that included council candidates Nick Marchese and Jay Brophy under the banner "The... Read more →

Former Gloucester City Mayor William James Dies Suddenly; Funeral Services Pending

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (January 21, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)---Gloucester City Police Department released the following statement this afternoon regarding the sudden CNBNews graphics file death of former Gloucester City Mayor William James. The mayor served on the City police department for 25 years retiring in 2005. More information will be posted here as it comes available. It is with deep regret that the... Read more →

AMERICAN HERO: DOD Identifies Three Operation Inherent Resolve Casualties

photo courtesy of Stars and Stripes (January 21, 2019)--The Department of Defense announced today the deaths of one soldier, one sailor and one DOD civilian who were supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. The deceased are: Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jonathan R. Farmer, 37, of Boynton Beach, Florida. Farmer was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Campbell,... Read more →

American Hero: Sgt. Cameron A. Meddock, 26, of Spearman, Texas

Sgt. Cameron A. Meddock The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel. Sgt. Cameron A. Meddock, 26, of Spearman, Texas, died Jan. 17, 2019, in Landstuhl, Germany, as a result of injuries sustained from small arms fire during combat operations on Jan. 13, 2019, in Jawand District, Badghis Province, Afghanistan. Meddock... Read more →

Vaping? JUUling? Do you really know?

Pine Hill Police Department Community Resource Fair & Vaping Me Crazy Presentation January 22 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Overbrook High School As we face the public health crisis of vaping, JUULing, and marijuana legalization, the threat to our youth is greater than ever. The chasm between what parents know vs what they need to know and be aware... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': Surviving Winter

Dawn O Watson | CNBNews Contributor I like winter. I like that it gets dark at 3PM because I can convince myself it’s night-time and get into my pajamas. I like to be able to eat comfort food and then cover up my weight gain with a hoodie and a puffy coat, disregarding the spring unveiling of added “curves”. It’s... Read more →

Suspect Arrested for Camden City Murder

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (January 21, 2019)--Rashaad Allen, 27, of Camden, was arrested and charged in a shooting that killed Mutota Amon on January 16, 2019. When Camden County Police responded to the intersection of Morton and Norris Streets in Camden on Wednesday afternoon, they found the victim, Mutota Amon, unconscious on the ground suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was... Read more →

Officer Down: Police Officer Sean Tuder Shot and Killed Attempting to Serve an Arrest Warrant

Police Officer Sean Tuder Mobile Police Department, Alabama End of Watch Sunday, January 20, 2019 MOBILE, ALABAMA (January 21, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Police Officer Sean Tuder was shot and killed as he and several other officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant at an apartment complex at 1545 Leroy Steven Road at 3:00 pm. The wanted subject had local and federal warrants for... Read more →


Though we were lucky enough to make it through the weekend without a major snowstorm, the worst of the storm is to come, Gov. Phil Murphy warned on Sunday. "“My big plea is for folks to stay in, to put their feet up,” he said. “Sit tight, let this play out. Don’t get fooled.” An outage tracker is here. (NJ.com)... Read more →

Dining In Philadelphia: Great $10-and-under Lunches and $20-and-under Dinners

PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--16 Standout Philly Spots In a top-notch dining city like Philadelphia, there’s no need to spend big money to eat well. Philly’s restaurant scene makes excellent eats available at all price points, including pretty darn cheap. Whether the occasion is a power lunch, a romantic dinner or a late-night nosh, true Philadelphia deliciousness can be enjoyed at... Read more →

Search Continues For Missing, Pregnant Chicago Postal Worker

CHICAGO, ILLoise (January 18, 2019)107 days, 2,568 hours and still — no sign of Kierra Coles. Coles’ family, friends and coworkers are gathered Thursday with a renewed push for answers. They say police lack leads and Coles’ case isn’t getting enough attention. “We can no longer sit around when a missing person goes missing,” community activist Andrew Holmes said. “Especially... Read more →

Penn Vet Launches Mobile Clinic

Brings More Lifesaving Services to Philadelphia Area Animal Shelters [January 18, 2019, Philadelphia, PA] In 2016, there were 50,000 animal intakes in the Philadelphia region’s animal shelters. The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) Shelter Medicine Program provides clinical care support to several of these shelters and works to reduce the number of animals entering them to... Read more →

Gloucester County Freeholder Heather Simmons Supports Women in the Workplace

Pictured: Elaine Ingulli, head of the Speakers Committee and Professor of Business Law, Emerita, Stockton University, Freeholder Heather Simmons, and Judy Buckman, President of the Chapter (Moorestown, NJ)(January 2019)-- On Wednesday, Jan. 9, Freeholder Heather Simmons spoke at the South Jersey National Organization for Women (NOW) Alice Paul Chapter's program meeting at the First Baptist Church in Moorestown. Freeholder Director... Read more →

Former Clinton County Man Sentenced to Prison for Murder Charges in “No Body” Case

UPDATE: Victim’s body was never discovered, but DNA evidence was discovered in defendant’s van HARRISBURG PA (January 18, 2019)— Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that a former Clinton County man was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in prison for the murder of a woman he had an affair with whose body was never discovered. This case is the... Read more →

Celebrating Lunar New Year stamp dedicated

The Year of the Boar got off to an early start Jan. 17, when USPS dedicated the final stamp in its Celebrating Lunar New Year series. The Lunar New Year is the most important holiday in several East Asian countries, marking the start of the Chinese lunar calendar. The calendar operates on a 12-year cycle, with each year assigned a... Read more →

Gloucester County's Dancing with the Stars Reaches $2 Million Goal

(Woodbury, NJ)(January 2019)-- Gloucester County Freeholder Heather Simmons attended the Greater Woodbury Chamber of Commerce Board meeting on Jan. 9 where she presented a proclamation to the Gloucester County Dancing with the Stars committee for raising $2 million that has been donated to various non-profits and charities throughout the county over the past 13 years. Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger... Read more →

How To Take Control Of Your Life

(January 21, 2019)--Believe it or not, but you do have a lot of control over your future and what happens in your life. Focus on what you can be doing better, and you’ll be a lot happier and better off in the long run. It may not be an easy transformation but know that you working on improving yourself will... Read more →

Camden County Travel Alert: PSE&G Gas Main Repair Springdale Road, Cherry Hill

CNBNews graphics file (Lindenwold, NJ)(January 19,2019)-- – Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works, has been notified by Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) that crews will begin an emergency gas main replacement project on Springdale Road in Cherry Hill on Monday, Jan. 28. The work will take place between the hours of 8... Read more →

What The News Says About Shopping For Used Cars On A Tight Budget

(January 21,2019)--Shopping for a car is a stressful task, to say the least. Consumers have to haggle with pushy salesmen and find a reliable dealership all the while trying to make sure they are getting the most out of their money. However, when shopping for used cars on a budget it makes things even that much harder. Any consumer shopping... Read more →

NJ League of Conservation Voters Applaud Murphy's Appointments to Pinelands Commission

TRENTON, NJ (January 19, 2019)(CNBNews)- Today Governor Murphy announced his appointments to the Pinelands Commission, an independent state agency that presides over the Pinelands National Reserve. “The Pinelands are one of New Jersey’s crown jewels, and its importance to our natural heritage cannot be overstated,” said Ed Potosnak, Executive Director of New Jersey League of Conservation Voters. “Governor Murphy is... Read more →

Keep Telling Your Members of Congress to Oppose “Universal” Background Check Bills

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2019 SOURCE NRA-ILA On January 8, two bills were introduced in Congress to impose so-called "universal" background checks. The bills, H.R. 8 and S. 42, are being misleadingly described as simply requiring background checks on all sales of firearms, but this is just a small part of what these overbroad pieces of legislation would do. A vote... Read more →