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March 15, 2019

OFFICER DOWN: Deputy Sheriff Jacob Keltner Shot and Killed Serving Arrest Warrant

JACOB HOWARD KELTNER McHenry County Sheriff's Office, Illinois End of Watch Thursday, March 7, 2019 Deputy Sheriff Jacob Keltner was shot and killed as he and other members of the Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force attempted to serve an arrest warrant in Rockford, Illinois. The task force located the... Read more →

Travel Alert:

Overnight detour necessary to implement traffic shift for bridge deck replacement

Route 42 overnight lane and ramp closures necessary as Bridges over Timber Creek and Lower Landing Road project advances (Trenton)(March 15, 2019) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane and ramp closures on Route 42 southbound as the Bridges over Timber Creek and Lower Landing... Read more →

How South Jersey Business Can Improve Employee Satisfaction

(March 15, 2019)--If you want your company to succeed, then you have to reinvest. One area that is often neglected during this process is your employees. Not investing in them, not caring about them, and not working towards a satisfied workforce is one of the biggest mistakes that you can... Read more →

GCPD Arrest Shoplifter Who Stole Soda from Heritage Store; Suspect Had Outstanding Warrants

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 15, 2019)--Gloucester City Police arrest a shoplifter last Friday after receiving a call from a deli located at Broadway and Hudson Street. According to police on Friday, March 8, 2019, at 10:48 am Officers were called to Heritages on N. Broadway for a reported shoplifting after... Read more →

Marjorie’s Story: How a Lung Cancer Diagnosis Made the Decision to Quit Smoking a Lot Easier

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 “My doctor said to me, ‘we can’t operate unless you quit smoking now,’” said Marjorie Griffin, patient of Thoracic Surgeon Dr. Duane Monteith. “So I said, ‘Okay, the cigarettes are gone. I quit that day.’” Griffin, 72, of Voorhees Township, was diagnosed with lung cancer... Read more →

JeffConnect® Makes Visiting Your Doctor Easier Than Ever Before

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 Getting in to see your doctor can be difficult, and when you’re trying to navigate your already busy schedule, nearly impossible. If you’re feeling under the weather, wouldn’t it be easier to receive the same care from the comfort of your home? Now, you can.... Read more →

Jefferson Wound Care Center Provides 'Painless, Relaxing' HBOT Treatment for Non-Healing Wounds

cnbnewsnet | March 15, 2019 Somerdale, NJ, resident Robert O’Dowd found out first-hand how successful hyperbaric oxygen treatment can be in healing wounds. In fact, not only did this treatment – commonly referred to as HBOT – save his bladder (which had been damaged through radiation treatments for cancer) …... Read more →


On Thursday, the state Senate passed two bills (1, 2) designed to improve the lives of homeless people statewide — or at least ease their suffering. The compromise, in effect, means that Gov. Phil Murphy has "sidestepped a potentially embarrassing veto override," Colleen O'Dea writes. (NJ Spotlight) AARP SAYS NJ'S... Read more →

Meet Dr. Robert DiMaio

Robert D. DiMaio, DO, Pennsauken native, has been practicing family medicine in the South Jersey area for over 30 years. He completed his internship and residency at what was then-Kennedy Memorial Hospital – Stratford, and is happy to come back and practice at Cherry Hill Primary & Specialty Care. Why... Read more →

Jefferson Health New Jersey Attends First Lady Tammy Murphy’s Family Festival to Raise Awareness for Maternal & Infant Health

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 On Saturday, March 2, representatives from Jefferson Health New Jersey’s Family Health, and Women's & Children's services attended the Camden Family Festival health fair at the Octavius V. Catto Community Family School. Hosted by New Jersey First Lady Tammy Snyder Murphy, the Camden Family Festival... Read more →

Nia Franklin Miss America 2019Visits North Carolina with NCMEA to Advocate for the Arts

RALEIGH, NC (March 14, 2019) Nia Franklin Miss America 2019, an arts education advocate with a Masters in Music Composition, traveled to Raleigh this week to bring awareness to “Music in our Schools” month with the North Carolina Music Educators Association. Franklin is a North Carolina native who won the... Read more →

NJBIA Urges Governor Murphy to Veto Stormwater Tax Legislation

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association continues to call for a veto of legislation that will lead to undefined fees on overburdened New Jersey residents and businesses based on the amount of impervious surface on their properties. S-1073 is now on Governor Murphy's desk. While there are differences of... Read more →

42nd Annual South Jersey High School All-Star Game Scheduled for March 24 at Rutgers-Camden

Camden City, NJ--The Albert J. Carino Boys Basketball Club and the Lions Clubs of South Jersey's 42nd annual South Jersey High School All-Star Game will be played at Rutgers-Camden on Sunday, March 24 at 3 p.m. The game will follow the 15th annual Tim Lenahan Memorial Basketball Game (eighth graders),... Read more →

Having Great-Grandparents, Cousins with Alzheimer’s Linked to Higher Risk

Extended Family History May Tell Bigger Story about Chances of Developing the Disease MINNEAPOLIS – Having a parent with Alzheimer’s disease has been known to raise a person’s risk of developing the disease, but new research suggests that having second- and third-degree relatives who have had Alzheimer’s may also increase... Read more →

Santos Blanco of Atlantic City Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault of Juvenile Males

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 MAYS LANDING– An Atlantic City man has pleaded guilty to multiple charges for the sexual assault of juvenile male victims, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Santos Blanco On Friday, March 8, 2019, Santos Blanco, 43, pleaded guilty to 2 counts of Aggravated Sexual... Read more →

CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

Delaware Valley University Place Studies Class Travels to Japan DOYLESTOWN, PA (03/13/2019)-- A group of Delaware Valley University students and alumni traveled to Japan in March as part of the University's Place Studies course. The group was accompanied by Dr. Michael Stamps and Dr. Brian Lutz from the Department of... Read more →

4 Home DIY Ideas For Beginners

When it comes to doing DIY at home there are a number of things that you can do to make your project stand out from any other. We shall take a look at some of the areas within the home that you could have a go at decorating/updating yourself. 1.... Read more →

Month Long Investigation Results in 8 Reading PA Suspects Being Indicted of Drug Distribution

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 Eastern District of Pennsylvania CNB graphics file PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney William M. McSwain announced that eight individuals from Reading were indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury on 21 counts of drug distribution and firearms offenses. The individuals are: Jesus Feliciano-Trinidad, a/k/a “Chewy,”... Read more →

New Jersey’s Democratic Congressional Delegation Supports Re-Introduced Equality Act

Garden State Equality celebrates the re-introduction of federal legislation to protect LGBTQ Americans from discrimination with broad New Jersey support Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. re-introduced The Equality Act, which would provide explicit federal non-discrimination protections to LGBTQ Americans. The bill has unanimous support from New Jersey’s Democratic Congressional Delegation and... Read more →

Former Pittsburgh Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI Agents

gloucestercitynews.net | March 15, 2019 Western District of Pennsylvania PITTSBURGH, PA – A former City of Pittsburgh Police Officer and resident of Allegheny County pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of making false statements to government agents, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced today. Antoine Cain, 49, of... Read more →

54-Year-Old Camden City Resident Charged with Bias Intimidation and Harassment

CNBNews graphics file (Camden City, NJ)(March14, 2019) – A male suspect known to the victim was arrested by Camden County Police Department officers and charged with Bias Intimidation and Harassment. This incident occurred Wednesday shortly after 12 p.m. in the area of Broadway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The... Read more →

Butterball Recalls Turkey Products; Possible Salmonella Schwarzengrund Contamination

WASHINGTON, March 13, 2019 – Butterball, LLC, a Mount Olive, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 78,164 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be contaminated with Salmonella Schwarzengrund, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The prepacked raw ground turkey was produced on... Read more →