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February 6, 2019

Voorhees Resident Charged with PATCO Sexual Assault

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (February 6, 2019)--A 45-year-old Voorhees man was Charles Arcano arrested and charged yesterday for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman on the PATCO High Speedline. The investigation into this matter began when a 22-year-old woman, whose identity is not being released, reported she was assaulted by an unknown... Read more →


TRUMP DRIVES SOCIALIST WEDGE IN DEMOCRATIC PARTY DURING SOTU ADDRESS

By Joe Sixpack President Donald Trump touched a few third rails during his State of the Union (SOTU) address. He also dared utter one word which showed the American people the nexus where the old and new Democratic Party meet. That word? Socialism. When Trump boomed, “America will never be... Read more →


CC Women's Center - Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) certificate training

PINE HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY ALERT: What is the 40-hour Training? The 40-hour Domestic Violence Training Program is an advanced training program for volunteers of the program but also for dedicated professionals in the community seeking to gain knowledge in the field of domestic violence advocacy. The training includes online... Read more →


Coast Guard medevacs fisherman off Cape May

CNBNews graphics file PHILADELPHIA (February 6, 2019)--- The Coast Guard medevaced a fisherman reportedly suffering chest pains approximately 64-miles off Cape May New Jersey, today, Wednesday, February 6. The Coast Guard was notified of the 61-year old man’s condition by the crew of the Joyce D via marine band radio.... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Media Covers For Cory Booker

February 6, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on media reaction to Sen. Cory Booker's questioning of a Trump judicial nominee: Sen. Cory Booker, like so many Democrats these days, has a problem with religion. But fortunately for him, the media are giving him cover. Not one of the... Read more →


Jefferson Health Surgical Services Team Cooked for 30 Families at the Gift of Life Family House

PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 6, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--This past weekend, the Jefferson Health New Jersey's Surgical Services Team cooked and served a special meal for 30 families at the Gift of Life Family House in Philadelphia. Since 2011, the Gift of Life Family House has served as a “home away from home” for... Read more →


Ronald Rudolph from Century 21 Cherry Hill receives Circle of Excellence Sales Award

Cherry Hill, New Jersey (2/5/19) --New Jersey Realtors recognizes Ronald Rudolph from Century 21 Advantage Gold Cherry Hill office with the Circle of Excellence Sales Award for 2018. Ron approaches everything he does with passion, and professionalism and has truly become a fixture within the community that he serves and... Read more →


National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Feb. 7

2019 Theme: “Together for Love: Stop HIV Stigma” image courtesy of Twitter The New Jersey Department of Health is marking the 19th annual National Black HIV Awareness Day on Feb. 7 by urging African American residents to take proactive steps to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and encouraging all New Jersey... Read more →


NJ, PA OFFICIALS ASK FEDS TO WITHDRAW GAMBLING RULE

On Tuesday, the attorneys general of New Jersey and Pennsylvania asked the U.S. Justice Department to reconsider a new legal opinion causing chaos in the gaming industry. The opinion states that state-sanctioned online gambling — which has generated $1 billion for New Jersey casinos over five years — may violate... Read more →


Rutgers Master Gardeners "Home Owners Series"

CNBNews graphics file Rutgers Master Gardeners "Home Owners Series" will have the second workshop of 2019 on Wednesday, April 3rd (7:00 to 8:30 PM). This Rain Gauge Make and Take/Butterfly Gardening event will be held at: Camden County Environmental Center - 1301 Park Blvd, Cherry Hill, 08002. The cost for... Read more →


Which Class of 43 Million people was Conspicuously Omitted in Trump’s SOTU?

Peter Rosenberger, author, syndicated radio host, and 30-year caregiver While some sat on their hands, others leaped to their feet to applaud President Trump’s soaring appeal during his State of the Union Address for the current Congress to honor its legacy by tackling immense issues. Border security, immigration, AIDS, and... Read more →


BCASTER PARTNERS WITH ESPAT MEDIA

HELSINKI and NEW YORK –BCaster, developer of an innovative platform for real-time sharing and delivery of photos and videos, and ESPAT Media, a leading provider of creative production services for the esports industry, today announced that they have developed a partnershipto serve the growing audience of brands seeking exposure through... Read more →


Pequest Open House and Outdoor Market Place

April 27 & 28, 2019 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily FREE! Every year the Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource Education Center opens its doors to the public for the annual Open House. The hatchery is located off Rt. 46 near Oxford, Warren County and is open from 10... Read more →


HOME COUNTRY: Windy Wilson and the Boys at the Mule Barn Truck Stop

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor “Well,” said Steve, polishing off the last of his coffee, “what should we discuss this fine morning?” “I’m awful glad you asked, ol’ pard,” came the cheerful voice of Windy Wilson, emerging through the swinging doors that came from the kitchen of the Mule Barn... Read more →


NJGOP Statement Celebrating Black History Month

For Immediate Release Trenton, NJ – New Jersey Republican State Committee Chairman Doug Steinhardt released the following statement celebrating February as Black History Month. “The NJGOP is proud to celebrate February as Black History Month. As we continue to rebuild, rebrand and reengage the GOP in New Jersey, it is... Read more →


Lower Township: Police, Firefighters and EMS Rescue Juveniles Who Fell Into Lake

LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ (February 5, 2019)--On February 2, at approximately 5:27 p.m., Lower Township Police were responded to a call at the Cox Hall Creek Wildlife Management area for a report that two juveniles had fallen through the ice and into the water. One juvenile was able to make it... Read more →


Gloucester Township Police Department received a $3960 Grant For "Cops In Shops"

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (February 2019)The Gloucester Township Police Department has received a grant for $3,960 to assign police officers to Cops In Shops details. Cops in Shops is an innovative program that unites law enforcement agencies, beverage alcohol retailers and other community stakeholders in a collaborative effort to prevent illegal... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Coast Guard offloads 34,780 pounds of cocaine in Port Everglades

MIAMI — The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Forward (WMEC-911) offloaded approximately 34,780 pounds of cocaine Tuesday in Port Everglades worth an estimated $466 million wholesale seized in international waters in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The drugs were interdicted off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America and... Read more →


Obituary: Rose Gramenzi , 91, of Bellmawr

Rose Gramenzi May 06, 1927 - February 04, 2019 Rose Gramenzi (nee Autuori), on February 4, 2019, of Bellmawr; formerly of Camden and Gloucester City. Age 91. Beloved wife of the late Armand. Devoted mother of Lorraine Frett (Frederick) and Marie Gramenzi. Loving grandmother of Michael Frett (McKenzie) and Steven... Read more →


What to Do If You Get Bitten by a Dog

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ(CNBNewsnet)(February 6, 2019)You never expect to be bitten by a dog. While it’s commonly believed that most dog bites happen at the park, half of them occur in the home where the dog lives. While adults are a common target because their size might be considered threatening to... Read more →


GUEST OPINION:

Democrats Balk At Condemning Murder

February 5, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an abortion survival bill blocked by Senate Democrats: Republican Sen. Joni Ernst said yesterday that the Senate "can no longer unanimously condemn murder." Ernst was referring to Democrat Sen. Patty Murray's objection to the Born-Alive Survivors Protection Act, legislation that... Read more →


Traffic Fatalities on a High After Cannabis Legalisation

Newswise (February 6, 2019)--— Legalizing the sale of cannabis for recreational use can lead to a short-term increase in traffic fatalities in legalizing states and their neighboring jurisdictions, new research suggests. Monash University research examined the effect of recreational cannabis sales (RCS) on traffic fatalities in three US states where... Read more →