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February 13, 2019

How much damage can a cute, Valentine’s Day balloon cause? More than you would think

Foil coating found on those shiny balloons you see on Valentine’s Day, can cause power outages and have a negative impact on the environment if not disposed of properly. When a balloon or other foil-coated product contacts power lines or electrical equipment, its metallic properties can cause a surge of... Read more →


Paul Dilks, radio personality, past congressional candidate is honoring a Veteran a Day                                                                               

at 4PM on his radio program and is looking for candidates from his audience. Cherry Hill, NJ (February 11, 2019) – Paul Dilks, former Congressional Candidate for the First Congressional District in New Jersey after making his return to local radio on February 4th on WNJC 1360 Monday – Friday... Read more →


NJ News Commons: NJ CATHOLIC DIOCESE WILL POST LIST OF ABUSIVE PRIESTS

The Catholic Church in New Jersey will release a list of names of priests and deacons this week who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing children. The move is part of a larger effort by the state's five diocese — Newark, Paterson, Metuchen, Trenton and Camden — and the... Read more →


Mario D’Abbraccio, on February 9, 2019, of Blackwood, formerly of Bellmawr

Mario D'Abbraccio May 02, 1953 - February 09, 2019 Mario D’Abbraccio, on February 9, 2019, of Blackwood, formerly of Bellmawr. Age 65. Beloved husband of 45 years to Helen (nee McGhee). Dear brother of Michelina, Italo, Ida Mondi, Carlo, and Pietro and brother-in-law of Karen Haralson, Alfred Hindle Jr., Robert... Read more →


PUBLIC NOTICE FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS Humus Tract, Forsythe NWR

February 13, 2019 The NJ Department of Environmental Protection ("NJDEP") proposes to sell to the United States of America ("United States") approximately 619 acres of land identified on the Official Tax Map of Stafford Township, Ocean County as Block 296, Lots 33 and 34. The property has no road frontage... Read more →


Guest Opinion: A VALENTINE FOR A CAREGIVER

By Peter Rosenberger Of the 43.5 million of those providing unpaid care to an adult or child in the last year, AARP shares that 60 percent are women. Following a somewhat exhaustive search, no data seems to exist reflecting how the laundry and household chores are divided between men and... Read more →


Obituary: Dennis Pavlisko of Voorhees, age 64

CNBNews graphics file Voorhees – On February 9, 2019, at the age of 64. Born in Hudson, NJ on October 10, 1954 to the late George and Delores Pavlisko. Survived by his many loving friends and caregivers. Friends of Dennis are invited to meet on Friday, February 15, 2019 at... Read more →


Obituary: Anne E. Fretz of Gloucester City

Anne E. Fretz Gloucester City – On February 12, 2019. Age 86. (nee Fredericks). Formerly of Margate. Beloved wife of the late Raymond B. Ingersoll, Jr. and the late Larry Fretz. Loving mother of Susan White (James) and Barbara Torres (Martin). Cherished grandmother of Kristie Martin (Steven), Kelly White and... Read more →


Fight Against Superbugs Crucial to America’s Biodefense

How the U.S. is countering the national security threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria (CNBNewsnet)(February 13, 2019)--Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are not only a threat to public health in the United States, but also to national security. The federal government has recognized that antibiotic-resistant pathogens complicate soldiers’ wounds, exacerbate casualties associated with both... Read more →


Robert J. Tricocci of Gloucester City; U.S. Army Veteran; Past City School District Employee

Gloucester City - On February 8, 2019. Age 81. Loving husband of 57 years to Helen F. Tricocci (nee Frugoli). Beloved father of Robert F. Tricocci (Monica), Daniel J. CNBNews graphics file Tricocci (Lori) and William C. Tricocci (Kathy). Cherished grandfather of Giana, Lina and Kathleen. Dear brother of Rita... Read more →


Kiwanis Club of the Haddons Donate Food to the Raptor Pantry at Rutgers-Camden City  

Marc Huber, Shop Rite Store Manager, Dawn Mutchler, Kiwanis Club of the Haddons, Terry Shannon, Kiwanis Club of the Haddons President. CAMDEN CITY, NJ --The Kiwanis Club of the Haddons in conjunction with the Garden State Plaza Shop Rite, recently provided a shipping crate full of food to the Raptor... Read more →


Paul W. Zowojski, of Brooklawn; U.S. Army Veteran; Brooklawn American Legion Member

CNBNews graphics file Brooklawn – On February 9, 2019. Age 86. Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving husband of 66 years to Catherine Zawojski (nee Cline). Loving father of Judith Kain (James), Karen Robinson (Fred), Josie Smith and Maryann Stewart (Marcus). Cherished grandfather of Sean, Fred Jr., Paul, Kyle, Sydney, Tyler,... Read more →


OBITUARY: Oscar C. Womack, Jr. OF VOORHEES

On February 8, 2019. Age 79. Of Voorhees. Funeral services with military honors will be celebrated on Thursday, February 14th at 11 AM in the shelter of BGWCD Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Wrightstown, NJ. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME Gloucester City, mccannhealey.com Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →


Part Three:

Early History of The City of Gloucester City: The Battle of Gloucester; Frigate Augusta

originally published 1964 Battle of Gloucester Tuesday, November 25, 1952 was the 175th anniversary of the Battle, and sometimes referred to as the skirmish at Gloucester. Here are some of the events that led up to that engagement. On July 4, 1776, besides the action of the Continental Congress which... Read more →


Home Country:

Sometimes Love is Just A Little Thing

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor Steve was walking down the sidewalk the other day to get from the barber shop to where he’d parked his pickup. It was a nice kind of day. Chilly, of course, but not bolt-freezing cold. His mind was on what he had to do that... Read more →


Delaware Law School announces Dean's List Students from New Jersey

WILMINGTON, DE (02/08/2019)-- Widener University Delaware Law School Dean Rodney A. Smolla today announced Dean's List students for the Fall 2018 semester. Students named to the list earned a grade point average in the top 20 percent of their class and division for the semester. They included: Randall Brown, of... Read more →


Cryptocurrency Fraudster Sentenced

Virtual Currency Scam Defrauded Investors of Millions Even in the world of virtual currency, where value and possession exist largely in the digital realm, laws still apply and the repercussion of breaking them are very real. The victims of Homero Joshua Garza’s virtual currency scam lost more than $9 million,... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Maryland: Winter Turkey Season Results Announced; Season Yields 73 Birds 

January 30, 2019 The King by Andrew Gue Hunters reported taking 73 wild turkeys during Maryland’s 2019 winter turkey season, which was open Jan. 17-19 statewide. According to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, turkeys were harvested in 22 of the 23 counties, with Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties reporting... Read more →


Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital T2 Associates Receive DAISY Team Award for 2018

The Department of Nursing staff at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital’s Tower 2 (T2) medical-surgical unit was recently honored with The DAISY Team Award for 2018 for extraordinary, compassionate and skillful care. Part of an international program, The DAISY Team Award honors collaboration among two or more nurse-led associates who identify... Read more →


Owner Of Allied Janitorial Supply Company Admits Defrauding Customer, Failing To Pay Taxes

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – A Camden County, New Jersey, man who owned a janitorial supply company admitted today to submitting fraudulent bills to a customer and CNBNews graphics file failing to pay taxes on the illicit proceeds of his scheme, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Mitchell Bleicher, 52, pleaded guilty... Read more →


2019 Sunhak Peace Prize Awarded to Waris Dirie

Newark, NJ – Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (FFWPU) co-founder Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon awarded one million dollars (USD) to this year’s CNBNew graphics file Sunhak Peace Prize laureates, Waris Dirie and Dr. Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina, as part of her philanthropic work. The biennial award honors individuals... Read more →