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March 25, 2019

Lower Township Police Arrest Suspect for Aggravated Assault in North Cape May

LOWER TOWNSHIP,NJ --On Sunday, March 24, at approximately 7:49 p.m., officers from the Lower Township Police Department responded to a 9-1-1 call of an alleged assault that had just occurred at the 5 West Pub in the North Cape May section of Lower Township. Upon arrival, officers made contact with... Read more →


Thomas E. Conroy, Sr. of Gloucester City; Former Employee of Thermoseal Glass and Guardsmark

On March 22, 2019. Age 68. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Joseph P. and Katherine (Murphy) Conroy. Thomas is survived by his beloved wife, Judith (Wills) Conroy; loving children, William C. Owen, Linda Conroy, Amy Holmes (William), Thomas E. Conroy, Jr., Mitchell R. Conroy; grandchildren,... Read more →


THE KIMMEL CENTER CULTURAL CAMPUS TO CELEBRATE JAZZ APPRECIATION MONTH

April 2019 programming includes Kimmel Center Jazz Residency Work-in-Progress presentations of brand new, “Philly-made” works, a World Premiere composition by local jazz organist, as well as FREE education outreach for little jazz lovers at monthly Grow Up Great (Philadelphia, PA, March 25, 2019) –– The Kimmel Center for the Performing... Read more →


Adam Sandler and Lionel Ritchie Coming to the Hard Rock; Tickets on Sale March 29

**JUST ANNOUNCED** ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 2019 ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP 3/26 – 3/28 - Ben Gleib - Howie Mandel’s Comedy Club 3/30 – Mariah Carey - Hard Rock Live @ Etess Arena 4/2 – 4/4 - Finesse Mitchel - Howie Mandel’s Comedy Club 4/6 – Don Felder, Formerly of The Eagles - Sound Waves... Read more →


McKeon, Quijano, Vainieri Huttle Bill to Regulate Drone Usage Clears Assembly

Legislation Addresses Notification of Safety Guidelines (TRENTON) – The use of drones is becoming more and more commonplace. They are used by the military, law enforcement, retailers and citizens. Aiming to better regulate the unmanned aerial vehicles and educate drone flyers, a bill (A-2881) sponsored by Assembly Democrats John McKeon,... Read more →


NJ Full Assembly Approves Bill to Ensure Timely Sale of Vacant Properties

(TRENTON) – Legislation to require foreclosure sales of vacant or abandoned properties to be conducted within 60 days of foreclosure judgment was cleared Monday by the full Assembly, 80-0. The bill (A-5005) is sponsored by Assembly Democrats John Armato, Carol Murphy and Benjie Wimberly, who released the following statements: Assemblyman... Read more →


Andrew Stanley, 36, of Camden City Shot & Killed

CNBNews graphics file CAMDEN CITY, NJ (March 25, 2019)--Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Camden County Police Chief Scott Thomson reported a homicide in Camden on Monday, March 25, 2019. Camden County Police responded to a ShotSpotter activation near the 1200 block of Thurman Street in Camden at approximately... Read more →


New York/LA Lawyer Michael Avenatti Arrested on Federal Bank Fraud and Wire Fraud Charges

Stormy Daniels and Michael Avenatti Getty Images LOS ANGELES (March 25, 2019) – Attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested today pursuant to a criminal complaint alleging he embezzled a client’s money in order to pay his own expenses and debts — as well as those of his coffee business and law... Read more →


MURPHY: NJ WILL HAVE ITS OWN OBAMACARE MARKETPLACE

On Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy said he sent a letter to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announcing the state's intent to create its own health insurance marketplace beginning in 2021. The move is "a bid to guard against the Trump administration's attempt to unwind restrictions of the Affordable... Read more →


Maryland's 2019-2020 Black Bear and Migratory Game Bird Stamp Winners Named

Annual Contests Draw Attention to Wildlife Management Rebecca Latham of Hastings, Minn. won the 23rd Annual Maryland Black Bear Conservation Stamp Design Contest with her painting, “Explorer.” The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is pleased to announce the winners of the annual Black Bear Conservation and Migratory Game Bird stamp... Read more →


Obituary: Constance McAllister of Audubon, age 81

October 30, 1937 - March 20, 2019 Constance McAllister (nee Grzeczkowska), on March 20, 2019, of Audubon, formerly of Glendora. Age 81. Beloved wife of the late Donald G. McAllister, Sr. Devoted mother of Donald, Jr. (Jill), Karen Migala (Richard), Steven (Francine) and Vince. Loving grandmother of Donald, Amy, Sarah,... Read more →


Two Convicted for Murder of Mays Landing Man

Sterling Spence Maurice Burgess MAYS LANDING- Two men who were convicted in January of felony murder for the 2015, killing of a Mays Landing man were sentenced on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announce Sterling Spence and Maurice Burgess were each sentenced as follows: Felony... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA COUNCIL TO BEGIN EIGHT WEEKS OF BUDGET HEARINGS

CNBNews graphics file Preliminary Analyses of Mayor Kenney & Governor Wolf’s FY20 Budget Proposals Also Released Philadelphia, March 22, 2019 – Philadelphia City Council will begin eight weeks of public hearings on Mayor Kenney’s proposed Fiscal Year 2020 Operating Budget, FY2020 Capital Budget and Program, and FY2020-2024 Five-Year Plan on... Read more →


Philadelphia Releases Year One Progress Report for Citywide Workforce Strategy

Highlights Power of Partnership PHILADELPHIA – One year after launching a citywide workforce development strategy and Office of Workforce Development, the City of Philadelphia released the first progress report for Fueling Philadelphia’s Talent Engine. The report highlights public-private partnerships, details the progress made in the past year, and describes building... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: El Paso Deputy Sheriff Peter Herrera Shot and Killed

Deputy Sheriff Peter Herrera El Paso County Sheriff's Office, Texas End of Watch Sunday, March 24, 2019 EL PASO, TEXAS --Deputy Sheriff Peter Herrera succumbed to wounds sustained when he was shot after pulling over a vehicle in San Elizario at 1:50 am. He had stopped the vehicle for a... Read more →


Obituary: Pamela A. McFall, of Franklinville, formerly of Bellmawr; Cooper Hospital Nurse

Pamela A. McFall on March 22, 2019 of Franklinville formerly of Bellmawr. Age 58. Beloved wife of Leslie for 29 years. Step mother of Jack, Jennifer and Shamus. Dear sister of Patrice Fisher (Chuck). Loving aunt of Ryan and Evan. Survived by faithful companions, Jack and Katie. Also survived by... Read more →


Gottheimer Talks Infrastructure, Gateway, Pumps Gas for North Jersey Drivers 

Gas Station in Rochelle Park Latest Stop on “Josh on the Job” Tour ROCHELLE PARK, NJ (March 24, 2019)--– On Saturday, March 16, 2019, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) talked infrastructure, Gateway, and commutes with North Jersey drivers while he pumped gas at a gas station in Rochelle Park as... Read more →


Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': The Village of Special Purposes

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor Yesterday my friend took me to a gigantic thrift store. I’ve shopped in thrift stores before but this one was different. “Wait’ll you see,” she said with an air of mystery as we walked through the front door. I gasped. Not only was it huge, it was... Read more →


Egg Harbor Township Man Convicted of Murder

MAYS LANDING– Nicholas A. Abbati was convicted by an Atlantic County jury on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 for the murder of Jahlil Hunter, the attempted murder of Ebony Harris and for third degree Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. On Wednesday, December... Read more →


New Jersey Policy Perspective: State Health Exchange a Win for Working Families

March 22, 2019 In response to Governor Murphy’s announcement that the State of New Jersey will establish a state-based health care exchange for the year 2021, NJPP Health Policy Director Raymond Castro praised the decision, calling it a win for working families. See below for a complete statement: RAYMOND CASTRO,... Read more →


Alice Costello School Championship Basketball Team Honored

The Brooklawn Board of Education recently honored the Alice Costello girls basketball team for their double overtime championship win against Magnolia. At their meeting on Tuesday, March 19th, the Brooklawn Board of Education honored the Brooklawn Bears' girls basketball team Pictured with Dr. Sam Rosetti, superintendent (left) and board president,... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on College Students from NJ

Andrew Helfman Graduates from SUNY Oneonta ONEONTA, NY (03/22/2019)-- Andrew Helfman of Moorestown, New Jersey, graduated from SUNY Oneonta on December 2, 2018, with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications. More than 300 graduates who completed the requirements for bachelor's degrees, master's degrees and certificates of advanced study participated... Read more →