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February 16, 2019


CNBNews graphics file SOMERDALE, NJ (February 16, 2019)--David Jackson, 67, of Somerdale in Gloucester Township, was charged with Possession of Child Pornography according to Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle. On February 15, 2019, Detectives from the High-Tech Crimes Unit (HTCU) of the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office conducted a knock and talk at... Read more →

Winterfest on the Cooper River

PENNSAUKEN, NJ--Winter Fest will hold Skating Lessons for people of all ages and skill level. Lessons are taught by our Professional Skating Instructor, Jacqueline Barr. Skating Sessions & Fees include: 30 Minute Lesson with our Instructor, Followed by 30 Minutes of Practice and Skate Rental for a total of 1 hour on the Ice each week. Classes are held on... Read more →

Relive the Music, the Magic, and the Mania of The Beatles with BEATLEMANIA AGAIN

Blackwood, N.J. – Experience the 1960’s British Invasion, a craze that took over the nation, at BEATLEMANIA AGAIN. This live stage show takes audiences on a musical journey through three eras of The Beatles’ remarkable career. BEATLEMANIA AGAIN, presented by Mainstage Center for the Arts and sponsored by the Lamp Post Diner and Meadows Diner, is taking place on Saturday,... Read more →

32-Year-Old Julio Sanchez-Moncada Shot and Killed in Camden City

CNBNewsnet graphics file CAMDEN CITY, NJ (February 16, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a homicide in Camden on Friday, February 15, 2019. Camden County Police responded to a ShotSpotter activation near the 3100 block of Westfield Avenue in Camden at approximately 10:42 a.m. When officers arrived they located the victim, Julio... Read more →


HARRISBURG, PA - One of these years, Pennsylvania is going to break the 4,000-bear barrier for a third time in annual black bear harvests. There was hope it would in 2018 with a bear population estimated at 20,000 and a fine start to the November firearms season. But unfavorable weather conditions dashed those hopes. The 2018 bear harvest came in... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Pet Tip of the Week: The Importance of "Sit"

Dawn Watson | CNBNews Contributor A dog must be taught, gently and respectfully, that you, the owner, is in charge. One way to accomplish this is to have Fido sit for all favors. For example, giving him the sit command (one word) before meals, treats, petting, and going outdoors will teach your dog that respecting you will be rewarded. Do... Read more →

Beach, Greenstein Bill to Allow Restaurants to Advertise BYOB Status Clears Committee

Trenton – Legislation sponsored by Senator James Beach and Senate Law and Public Safety Chair Linda Greenstein, which would allow restaurants to advertise that they are BYOB, cleared the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee yesterday. “The whole purpose of BYOB is that diners bring in their own beer or wine, but without advertising people don’t know someplace is a... Read more →

Hispanic Family Center of Southern NJ News

Celebrating the Holidays CAMDEN CITY, NJ (February 14, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--On December 16, 2018, the Hispanic Family Center partnered with the City of Camden and Cooper's Ferry to purchase more than 1000 toys for children this holiday season, while Respond Inc. did the same. The City of Camden and Mayor Francisco "Frank" Moran hosted the Teddy's Toys at Winter Wonderland event where... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Selfish Beach Front Homeowners Jeopardize State Dune Project

Taylor McFarland Administrative Assistant New Jersey Sierra Club After Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey has set out to build protective sand dunes along the state’s 127-mile shoreline. Homeowners who own beachfront property, however have tried to block the project and some have managed to receive compensation for the loss of their oceanfront views. In the last two months, the court in... Read more →

DNREC’s Brandywine Zoo caring for American alligator

Recovered during recent Pennsylvania drug bust DOVER, DELAWARE (Feb.14, 2019) – DNREC’s Brandywine Zoo assisted Chester County, Pa. law enforcement by taking into the zoo’s care a two- foot-long, juvenile American alligator that was found inside a Coatesville, Pa. home during a Feb. 8 drug bust in the town some 40 miles northwest of Philadelphia. The Brandywine Zoo agreed to... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Local students recognized for academic excellence at Tufts University MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, MASS. (02/11/2019)-- Tufts University recently announced the dean's list for the Fall 2018 semester. Among students earning dean's list honors are: Henry Adair of Ocean City Tori Berlin of Cherry Hill Madison Beske-Somers of Mullica Hill Marguerite Blanc of Strassen Andrew Cervantes of Mount Laurel Paul Henjes of Wenonah Max... Read more →

Dirty Dirt Bill Passes Senate Enviro Committee

(February 14, 2019)--Today, the Senate Energy and Environment Committee released bill S1683 (Smith). The legislation concerns regulation of solid waste, hazardous waste, and soil and debris recycling industries. This bill amends the existing law to expand the requirement for background checks to a broader range of persons involved in the solid waste industry, such as sales persons, consultants, and brokers.... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Saint Francis University students named to Dean's List LORETTO, PA (02/14/2019)-- Saint Francis University congratulates the following students who were named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2018 semester. Kelli Connolly of Laurel Springs (08021) Margaret Gardner of Swedesboro (08085) Ramatu Mansaray of Bordentown (08505) To achieve this list, a minimum quality point average of 3.500 must be earned... Read more →

Tour the Underground Railroad in Bucks County

PHILADELPHIA, PA --For thousands of escaped slaves in the 18th and 19th centuries, the Underground Railroad represented hope for a new life. This secret network of hidden, safe places relied on abolitionists and kind communities to aid runaways on their journey northward. Bucks County was home to many important stops on the railroad from taverns and churches to privately owned... Read more →

Andrzejczak, Land, Milam Issues Statement on NJ Transit’s Refusal to Reopen the AC Rail Line

Trenton NJ (February 15, 2019)(CNBNewsnet) – Senator Bob Andrzejczak, Assemblyman Bruce Land and Assemblyman Matt Milam issued the following the statement on NJ Transit’s continued and stubborn refusal to reopen the Atlantic City Rail Line: “After Wednesday’s public hearing, where dozens of South Jersey residents took off from work and took time away for family to travel up the Parkway... Read more →