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February 7, 2019

Rami Amer, who committed 14 Burglaries, Sentenced to NJ State Prison for 16 Years

CNBNews graphics file WOODBURY,NJ (February 7, 2019)--Rami Amer, age 38, currently serving a sentence in Pennsylvania for multiple burglaries, was sentenced Friday, February 1, 2019 in Gloucester County Superior Court, Woodbury by Judge Kevin T. Smith to 16 years in New Jersey State Prison. Amer was found guilty by a jury on October 4, 2018 of committing 14 burglaries in... Read more →


The Assembly has passed a measure that would make it illegal for parents to refuse to vaccinate their children for religious reasons. It's part of a bill that hasn't yet passed the Assembly. In order for it to get to Murphy's desk, the Senate version also needs to be amended and passed. (NJ Spotlight) COULD DENTISTS BE CONTRIBUTING TO THE... Read more →

Governor Murphy Signs “Alyssa’s Law”

TRENTON NJ (February 6, 2019) – Governor Phil Murphy today signed A764, also known as “Alyssa’s Law”, requiring all New Jersey public schools to install silent panic alarms that will alert law enforcement during emergencies such as an active shooter, or to employ an alternative emergency mechanism approved by the Department of Education. “Alyssa’s Law” will become a state requirement... Read more →

Obituary: Thomas R. Marcheski, of Camden City formerly of Gloucester City

On February 4, 2019. Age 46. Of Camden. Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving father of CNBNews graphics file Tyler Marcheski, who he deeply loved. Beloved son of Thomas L. Marcheski (Deborah Ann Marcheski) and the late Debra Ann Phillips. Beloved brother of William Marcheski (Terri), Joann Phillips, James Phillips, Sandy Rivera (Juan), Jennifer Marcheski (Anthony Dudley), Michelle Marcheski and the... Read more →

Obituary: Domenic J. Bucci of Runnemede

Domenic J. Bucci on February 6, 2019 of Runnemede formerly of Glendora. Age 65. Beloved son of the late Vincent and Susan Bucci (nee DiTomo). Devoted father of Vincent Bucci (Amber). Step father of Jason Player (fiancé, Tiffany) and Ryan Slaughter (Jim). Loving grandpop of 7. Dear brother of the late Joanne Bucci. There will be a viewing on Monday,... Read more →

NJ Politics: Fiocchi Calls On Andrejczak To Tell Voters Why He Supports The ‘Rain Tax’

CNBNews graphics file Andrzejczak needs to explain to the voters of South Jersey why he believes they should pay even more to live in New Jersey. VINELAND NJ (February 7, 2019)--CNBNewsnet – Republican candidate for state Senate in the first legislative district, former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi, had planned on calling on Governor Phil Murphy not to sign the recently passed... Read more →

Albert Carino Basketball Club:

2019 SJ Basketball Hall of Fame Inductees

CHERRY HILL, NJ (January 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--The Albert Carino Basketball Club of South Jersey has announced their selections to be inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday, February 10th. Bill Hiltner, Chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee, said the ceremony will begin at 5:30 P.M. at the Crowne Plaza, Route 70 and Cuthbert Blvd., Cherry Hill, NJ.... Read more →

A.R. Gurney's Love Letters brings Barbara Eden and Hal Linden to Kutztown U

KUTZTOWN, PA (01/30/2019) Two of TV's biggest stars share an evening on stage, pulling at your heart strings. Barbara Eden, best known for starring as the titular character in I Dream of Jeannie, joins Hal Linden of 1970s police sitcom Barney Miller to star in a modern American classic. A beloved play about two people who grow up in love... Read more →

Drug Criminals: Jail or Court-Ordered Rehab?

by Thanush Poulsen GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ(CNBNewsnet)(February 7, 2019)--Rehabilitation programs form part of sentencing for drug-related offenses like DWI and DUI charges in some cases. A person facing a drug-related crime may be sentenced to undergo rehabilitation instead of serving a jail term. Such a sentence gives an individual a chance to regain sobriety and the control required to lead a... Read more →

Philadelphia Union Sign Defender Kai Wagner

February 6, 2019 Follow@ PhilaUnion 21-year-old leftback joins Philadelphia from German club Würzburger Kickers CHESTER, Pa. (February 6, 2019) – Philadelphia Union announced today that the club has signed defender Kai Wagner (pronounced: Kye VAHg-nur) from German side Würzburger Kickers in exchange for an undisclosed transfer fee. A 21-year-old leftback, Wagner will be added to the Union’s active roster following... Read more →

New Business Owner Strives to Keep Seniors at Home

MARLTON, NJ – February 6, 2019 – A new business owner has purchased the Marlton, NJ area Home Instead Senior Care® serving Camden and Burlington counties. Mudit Mathur, from Cherry Hill, NJ, bought the business from Fran Fox at the end of 2018. After nearly 20 years of management consulting experience at multiple firms, most recently at PwC where he... Read more →

U.S. Attorney Files Civil Lawsuit Against Philadelphia to Prevent Drug Injection Site

CNBNews graphics file see video of injection site below Civil Lawsuit Filed to Seek Judicial Declaration that Drug Injection Site Is Illegal Under Federal Law PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 6, 2019)– United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced today that his Office has filed a civil lawsuit to prevent the establishment of a facility in Philadelphia where drug users would go... Read more →

Frederick J. Boker of Audubon, age 80; Navy Veteran, Retired Cream Land Dairy Employee

CNBNews graphics file AUDUBON, NJ (February 7, 2019)--Funeral services were held on February 6 Frederick J. Boker of Audubon, age 80 who died on January 31, 2019, at the age of 80. A former resident of Brooklawn, he was a Navy Veteran and had worked as a Production Manger for the Cream-O-Land Dairy in Florence, NJ. He was also dedicated... Read more →

KU Named PA's No. 1 Value for Best Design & Applied Arts Colleges

KUTZTOWN, PA (02/06/2019) Kutztown University and its communication design department have been recognized for their great value to students. KU was ranked 12th in the country and No. 1 in Pennsylvania in College Factual's 2019 Best Design & Applied Arts Colleges for the Money. KU's degree in Communication Design is a Bachelor of Fine Arts program, the preferred degree as... Read more →

Stockton U and Rowan College at Gloucester County Sign Dual Admission Transfer Agreement

Sewell, NJ - The presidents of Stockton University in Galloway Township and Rowan College at Gloucester County have signed a new dual admission and transfer partnership that will help students make a smooth transition from the two-year college to Stockton’s bachelor’s degree program. The Transfer Pathways agreement builds a strong relationship between Stockton and Rowan College at Gloucester County by... Read more →

NJ Residents Named to DelVal Dean's List

DOYLESTOWN, PA - Dr. Benjamin Rusiloski, Delaware Valley University's vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty, announced the following local students have been honored for academic achievement by being named to the Fall 2018 Dean's List. Stephen Adams of Bordentown, NJ (08505) Stephen Bond of Avalon, NJ (08202) Millie Brooks of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054) Madison Eller... Read more →


In the era of online dating, Cupid's age-old trappings like hand-written love notes have fallen by the wayside. But this timeless display of affection will never go out of style. Given the rarity, a love letter could be just what you need to win over that crush, rekindle the romance, or even show your squad-love for Galentine's Day. When was... Read more →

How to Build Your Own IoT Technology

(CNBNewsnet)(February 7, 2019)--If you’re looking for a new tech project to sink your teeth into, then why not consider building your own Internet of Things technology? To help you out along the way, you’re going to a need a number of different tools, and you’re going to need a clear direction. Here’s how to set about building your own piece... Read more →

NJ American Water Announces Changes in Water Treatment Plants in Some Counties

February 04, 2019 03:23 PM Eastern Standard Time VOORHEES, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As part of an annual maintenance program for its water distribution system, New Jersey American Water will temporarily change the water treatment process from a chloramine (combined) residual to free chlorine residual at the company’s Raritan-Millstone and Canal Road Surface Water Treatment plants. These plants serve New Jersey American Water... Read more →

Pennsylvania Announces Seizure of 12,000 Doses of Fentanyl in Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties

CNBNews graphics file Scranton-Area Dealer Charged after Seizure of Cash, Fentanyl, Heroin, and Crystal Meth from his Wilkes-Barre Apartment HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced felony charges against a Scranton-area drug dealer after Office of Attorney General agents seized fentanyl, heroin and crystal methamphetamine and more than $34,000 in cash from his Wilkes-Barre apartment. Osvaldo Gonzalez, 25, of... Read more →

Archbishop Chaput's Weekly Column: DISCIPLINES FOR AN ORDINARY TIME

Charles J. Chaput | Archbishop of Philadelphia Happily married for 40 years, a friend of mine from New York says that one of the (several) reasons his marriage has survived when so many others have crashed is a single, simple act of self-discipline. Every payday for more than three decades, he’s brought home six roses for his wife: sometimes three... Read more →

Newark's Jamar Battle Convicted of Firearms Crime in Connection with Shooting Little Girl

NEWARK, N.J. – A Newark man, previously convicted in state court of six felonies, was CNBNews graphics file found guilty in federal court today of being a felon in possession of a handgun, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Jamar Battle, 31, was convicted after a three-day trial before U.S. District Judge William J. Martini in Newark of one count of... Read more →

High Achieving NJ Students Earn Albright College Scholarships

READING, PA (02/04/2019)-- Albright College awards $12,000 annual Founders Scholarships to high school students with outstanding academic records. Founders Scholars generally rank in the top five percent of their graduating class and demonstrate strong leadership skills and a commitment to service. Local scholarship winners include: Anthony Pasquarello of Marlton, N.J. (08053). A senior atCherokee High School,Pasquarello is interested in studying... Read more →