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April 16, 2019

Katelyn McClure Pleads Guilty in Fraudulent GoFundMe Case

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that the second of three defendants charged in the fictitious GoFundMe campaign that misled donors into contributing more than $402,000 to a fabricated cause pled guilty today in Superior Court. Under the terms of an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Katelyn McClure of Bordentown, 29, will serve a four-year term in New Jersey state... Read more →

John J. Kilpatrick, of Runnemede, 56

John J. Kilpatrick December 17, 1962 - April 13, 2019 John J. Kilpatrick, suddenly, on April 13, 2019, of Runnemede, formerly of Glendora. Age 56. Beloved son of the late John J. and Dolores (nee Mayer) Kilpatrick. Devoted brother of his twin Joseph Kilpatrick, Michael Kilpatrick, Sr. (Kathy), Maureen Wooten (Edward) and the late Kevin Kilpatrick. Loving uncle of Elizabeth,... Read more →

Gloucester Outlets Theft of Currency- Fila Store

(click image to enlarge) GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (April 16, 2019)--Three suspects, on March 30, 2019, enter the Fila Store together. The female and stocky male distracts store employees while the thinner male enters the rear stockroom. That male enters the office, opens the unlocked safe and conceals $3,570.00 of US Currency down the front of his pants. All three suspects... Read more →

Anthony J. Sisto of Bellmawr, 82

Anthony J. Sisto, on April 16, 2019, of Bellmawr. Age 82. Beloved husband of Carmene (nee Campanile). Devoted father of Michael Sisto (Carol) and Kimberly Andrick (Stephen). Loving grandfather of Michael Jr. & Nicole Concetta Sisto, John & Jennifer Carson, and Kristen & Ryan Andrick. Dear brother of Peter Sisto. Anthony enjoyed spending time with his family and grandchildren. There... Read more →


The CEO of the state's Schools Development Authority earns $50,000 more per year than Gov. Phil Murphy. With a $225,000 salary, Lizette Delgado-Polanco's management of the so-called "patronage pit" agency is now under fire by Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney. “She thinks she's going to come to the legislature and we’re going to refinance that program?” he said to reporters yesterday.... Read more →

Two Delaware Men Arrested for Turkey Poaching

FARMINGTON (April 16, 2019) – A DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police investigation into turkey poaching led to the April 12 arrest of two Delaware men for multiple violations that occurred near Farmington in Kent County. Josiah Richardson, 25, of Georgetown, (left photo) was charged with one count each of conspiracy 3rd degree; illegal method of take; hunting wild... Read more →

2019 Data on Law Enforcement Officer Deaths Available

The FBI’s Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Program provides the year’s most up-to-date statistics regarding officer deaths on the LEOKA section of the fbi.gov website. Check the site frequently for the most recent preliminary information. Twice a year, the LEOKA Program publishes the previous year’s updated data on officers feloniously killed, accidentally killed, and assaulted, as well as... Read more →

The Flying Bank Robber

How a Resourceful Thief Was Captured 60 Years Ago On April 15, 1959, six decades ago today, the FBI officially put the cuffs on Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Frank Sprenz, aka the “Flying Bank Robber,” in Laredo, Texas. But Sprenz’s flight from the law had actually ended across the border some days earlier, thanks in part to Mexican authorities and,... Read more →

Somers Point's New Transient Marina Nearing Completion

Somers Point, NJ – April 11, 2019 – Construction of a new bayfront marina at the end of Higbee Avenue in Somers Point is underway with completion expected in the summer of 2019. Wickberg Marina Contracting, Inc. of Belford, NJ recently completed the dredging phase of the project, and Walters Marine Construction of Ocean View, NJ has begun construction on... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Is Fox News Losing Its Nerve?

April 16, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments about an incident on Fox News yesterday: Yesterday, shortly before Neil Cavuto's show on Fox News aired at 4:00 p.m. ET, I was asked if I would go on with him, by phone, to discuss the Notre Dame fire. I agreed. I was shocked when Neil cut me off, simply because... Read more →

NJ's 2019-20 Migratory Bird Season Info

by Ted Nichols, Wildlife Biologist Waterfowl Ecology and Management Program April 12, 2019 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has finalized the 2019-20 migratory bird hunting seasons. Below are notable highlights: The mallard bag limit was reduced to 2 mallards with not more than 1 hen. The brant season was reduced to 30 days and will only occur during... Read more →

How Writing Services Affected Our Educational System

The internet technology today influences every sphere of life by making it easier to access information, find better and cheaper services among other things. The education system is one of the areas that benefits from internet technology. Online writing services have become an important part of the education system despite a lot of opposition. The question that arises at this... Read more →

PA Sport's Betting Market Hits Record Highs in March

(LAS VEGAS) — Driven by the popularity of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and the opening of two new sports books, Pennsylvania’s legal sports books set monthly records for both handle and revenue in March. Pennsylvania's $44.5 million March handle is the largest in a single month outside of the country’s two largest legal sports betting jurisdictions, Nevada and New... Read more →

Community Colonoscopy Day:

Doctors Take Aim at Colon Cancer

Physicians donated their time to help patients get this vital procedure Staff members of the Burlington County Endoscopy Center during their recent colonoscopy event. The team partnered with Virtua to provide colonoscopies to area residents who could not otherwise afford them. Lumberton, N.J.----A team of South Jersey doctors and staff members spent a recent Saturday providing area residents with colonoscopies... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA (April 2019) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are honoring 183 ENERGY STAR partners for their outstanding contributions to public health and the environment. The awardees have demonstrated national leadership in cost-saving energy efficient solutions. Recipients of the 2019 ENERGY STAR Awards come from 37 states, including Pennsylvania. The ENERGY STAR Awards... Read more →

Diana Heil Sentenced for Stealing $140,000 in NJ Pension Benefits

TRENTON –Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that an Atlantic County woman was sentenced today for stealing $140,873 in state pension benefits that continued to be paid for her mother for eight years after the mother died. Diana A. Heil, 49, of Pleasantville, N.J., was sentenced today to two years of probation by Superior Court Judge Robert P. Becker Jr.... Read more →

Coast Guard demonstrates capability of hospital rooftop helicopter pad

RELATED: FACE OF DEFENSE PORTSMOUTH, Va. — A Coast Guard helicopter aircrew performed the first landing at one of Sentara Norfolk General Hospital’s new helicopter landing pads on April 10, 2019. The hospital recently built two new rooftop helicopter landing pads in order to quickly move patients to needed care. A Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City-based MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter... Read more →

Catholic Priest Guilty of Sexual Assault in '90's

NEW BRUNSWICK – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey announced that a Roman Catholic priest pleaded guilty today to sexually assaulting a teenage girl in the early 1990s. He is the first defendant to be charged and plead guilty in a case filed by the Clergy Abuse Task Force formed by Attorney General Grewal... Read more →

Public Invited to Maritime-Themed Paint Nights

REHOBOTH BEACH (April 15, 2019) – DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation’s park interpreters at Delaware Seashore State Park are combining recycling and maritime heritage in an innovative “upcycling” craft program this spring and summer, beginning 6:30 p.m., Saturday May 11. Each winter, the park maintenance team replaces various beach boardwalks, picnic tables, and other wooden structures around the park.... Read more →

How to Revamp Your Workshop

Workshops, unless you are incredibly careful, can become a mess of tools and disorganization before you can blink. This can mean tools and equipment become lost, or fall under disuse and start to collect dust (or worse, rust). Deciding on revamping your workshop so that it is neater can be daunting, but it must be done. A disorganized workshop, even... Read more →

Weekend Recap at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Atlantic City, N.J. (April 15, 2019) – It was a busy weekend, where entertainment always shines, at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. Friday night blasted off in style with Lifehouse performing hits like “Hanging By A Moment,” “You and Me” and “Broken” in front of a capacity crowd at Sound Waves. Over at DAER Nightclub later in the... Read more →

Homeland Security Task Force Southeast 2019 Exercise

MIAMI — The Homeland Security Task Force Southeast (HSTF-SE) and U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)’s annual interagency exercise, Integrated Advance, is taking place April 15 through April 18. Integrated Advance provides an opportunity for HSTF-SE and its component commands, and multiple partners from varying levels in the Federal, State, and local governments, to exercise the whole of government response to a... Read more →

CNBNews Archives:

Good Riddance; A Quiet Man

published Thursday, November 04, 2010 By Bill Cleary GOOD RIDDANCE -Thank God the 2010 election is over. The endless campaign commercials on television were annoying. The election process in our country has gotten out of hand. You must raise millions of dollars to run for a seat in the House or Senate. And many of those politicians that were successful... Read more →

Philadelphia Man Convicted of Narcotics Distribution

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain announced that James Williams, 32, of Philadelphia, PA was convicted today at trial of distribution of heroin, possession with intent to distribute heroin and crack cocaine. The defendant and his co-defendant, “A.J.,” became romantically involved in April 2017, after which the defendant began to supply A.J. with heroin to sell to her regular... Read more →

Vineland Man Convicted Of 3 Armed Bank Robberies

CAMDEN, N.J. – A Cumberland County, New Jersey, man was convicted today for his role in three armed bank robberies and related charges, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Stephan Byrd, 44, of Vineland, New Jersey, was convicted following a two-week trial before U.S. District Judge Robert B. Kugler in Camden federal court on three counts of bank robbery; two counts... Read more →