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February 21, 2019

Mt Laurel Woman Indicted on Homicide Charge

Grand Jury Indicts Mt. Laurel Woman on Homicide Charge for 2017 Crash that Killed Husband MOUNT HOLLY NJ (February 21, 2019)--- Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a Mount Laurel woman has been indicted for causing the death of her husband in late 2017 after the car she was... Read more →


NJ Legislature increasing standardized testing requirements for graduation & eliminating opt out

PLEASE TAKE ACTION RIGHT NOW! The NJ legislature is voting today (2/21) and Monday (2/25) on legislation (S3381/A4957) that would enable the New Jersey Department of Education to require students to take an unlimited number of standardized tests in multiple grades in order to graduate from high school, and would... Read more →


NJ NEWS COMMONS: DISABILITY PAYMENTS RULING COULD HAVE RIPPLE EFFECTS

On Tuesday, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that emergency services workers can collect temporary disability benefits from the state even if they weren't working a full-time job when they were injured. The case followed a volunteer firefighter; she is one of over 30,000 such workers, according to one report.... Read more →


Catholic Deacon William V. Norquist, age 81; Served in Several South Jersey Parishes

Deacon William V. Norquist Mount Ephraim - Deacon William V. Norquist, 81, passed away peacefully on February 19, 2019 surrounded by his family. Bill was a beloved husband of 58 years to Frances Norquist, nee Johnston; loving father of Bill Jr. (Susan), Pat Stokes (Robert), Brian (deceased), Ken (Tamar), Christina,... Read more →


Obituary: Mary Ann Corbett, of Runnemede, age 60

Mary Ann Corbett, on February 18, 2019, of Runnemede. Age 60. Predeceased by her parents, Frank and Doris. Survived by her brothers Francis, James (Georgia), Michael, Thomas, and Frederick; her niece Nicole, her nephew Michael, and many cousins and uncles. Mary graduated from Triton High School in 1976. She was... Read more →


Obituary: Nancy C. Ceccoli of Bellmawr

Nancy C. Ceccoli (nee DeTurck) on February 15, 2019 of Bellmawr. Age 81. Beloved wife of the late Oscar Ceccoli. Loving mother of Michael and Mark (Mary). Dear grandmother of Megan and Zachary. Great grandmother of 3. Loving sister of Lydia (Harry) Maul, Donald and Dennis. Dear aunt of Harry... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing NJ: Friday Last Day to Apply for Spring Turkey Permit

Don't wait any longer to apply for your spring turkey permit - the application deadline is this Friday, February 22. Applications can be submitted at license agents or online. Application information is on pages 11-12 in the Hunting Digest and on the Division's website. After submitting an application hunters can... Read more →


ARCHDIOCESE OF PHILADELPHIA LAUNCHES 44th ANNUAL RICE BOWL

PHILADELPHIA PA--For the 44th consecutive year, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will participate in Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) Rice Bowl, a nationwide Lenten program that gives people of all ages a way to respond to human suffering with compassion through tangible action. Auxiliary Bishop John J. McIntyre will preside at this... Read more →


DC Mayor Gives Open Borders Group $100,000 to Help Immigrants Become Citizens

source https://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/ Months after spending $900,000 to supply immigrants and their families with “targeted services and resources,” the mayor of Washington DC is giving an open borders group $100,000 to provide English classes, legal consultants and workshops to help them become American citizens. The mayor, Muriel Bowser, proudly announced this... Read more →


Coast Guard offers cold water safety tips for ice fishermen

BOSTON — The Coast Guard is urging ice fishermen and the public to use caution and be prepared while on Lake Champlain. Ice is unpredictable and dangerous. Even in a small area, ice can significantly range in thickness making people or heavy objects susceptible to falling through. Every minute counts... Read more →


Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice Hosted Educational Workshop on Palliative & Hospice

from a Catholic Perspective Marlton, NJ – Via Lucis, the Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice ministry for Catholic patients and families, in collaboration with the Dioceses of Camden and Trenton, recently presented Now & At the Hour of Our Death on Friday, February 15, 2019 at St. Paul’s Parochial School (250... Read more →


The Food Bank of South Jersey Receives Grant fromThe Horizon Foundation for New Jersey

for $25,000 to Fund Eating Well and Diabetes Program Pennsauken, NJ – The Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ) has received a $25,000 grant from The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey to expand its Eating Well and Diabetes program across Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties. “We could not be... Read more →


OPINION:

Assessing Gay Priests' Role In The Scandal

February 20, 2019 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the upcoming Vatican meeting on priestly sexual abuse: According to Vatican observer Edwin Pentin, it is "not clear" whether "the role of homosexuality in the abuse crisis" will be addressed at the Vatican summit on... Read more →


Global Atlantic Retirement Facts for NJ Residents

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNEWSNET)(February 20, 2019)--Global Atlantic recently published the findings of a national survey of over 4,000 Americans and how their expectations for retirement costs align with reality. In addition to the national data, the ten most populous states, including New Jersey, were oversampled, giving us a close look... Read more →


Tips For Getting Your Business Back On Track After A Setback

(February 21, 2019)--Delays and setbacks with your business aren’t ideal, but unfortunately, they do happen. Be glad to know that there are ways for how you can get back on track after a slow down instead of assuming the worst and shutting your doors. It’s important to stay positive and... Read more →


"ALPR" Alerts Gloucester Township PD to Stolen Motor Vehicle; Suspect Arrested

CNBNews graphic files GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ (February 20, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)--Tuesday, February 19, at approximately 10:54 AM, the Gloucester Township Police 24 Hour Community Policing Dispatch Center received notification that a stolen vehicle was traveling on Blackwood-Clementon Rd. utilizing an Automated License Plate reader (ALPR). This system reads license plates and compares... Read more →


Obituary: Ronald "Ron" Roulston of Bellmawr

Ronald Anthony Jude Roulston, “Ron”, of Bellmawr died on February 18, 2019. A former resident of Magnolia and Glendora he was 55 Devoted father of Jennifer Sweetman (Kyle), Anthony (Kimberly), David, and Daniel. Loving companion of Angela Branco. Loving grandfather of Darren, David Jr., Caleigh, and Jaxon. Beloved son of... Read more →


CNBNews OPINION: IN NJ HIGHER TAXES ARE FORCING PEOPLE OUT OF THEIR HOMES

William E Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor/publisher This past year two elderly families who lived in the *Riverview Heights section of Gloucester City were forced to move because they couldn't afford to live in their homes any longer. These were longtime residents who have resided in our immediate neighborhood for... Read more →