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February 5, 2020

New Jersey American Water Invests $2.3 Million in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights Infrastructure

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – FEB. 2020 – New Jersey American Water will replace approximately 11,300 feet of aging water main in Haddonfield and Haddon Heights beginning this week. The project also includes replacing 19 fire hydrants and 230 utility- owned service lines along the pipeline route. The company will upgrade the aging water lines, installed as far back as the late 1700s, with new, larger ductile iron main along the following streets: • West Redman Avenue from approximately 768 Redman Avenue to Linden Avenue, Haddonfield... Read more →

Thomas P. Caruso of Wildwood, formerly of Runnemede

Thomas P. Caruso, passed peacefully after a courageous two year battle with cancer on February 5, 2020, of Wildwood; formerly of Runnemede. Age 62. Beloved son of the late Paul and Cass. Devoted brother of Paul Caruso (Linda) and Cathy Ingrasci (Pete). Loving uncle of Courtney Caruso (Scott Papetti), Samantha Caruso, Peter Ingrasci, and Katie Ingrasci. There will be a visitation from 9am to 11am Saturday, February 8th at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1704 Old Black Horse Pike, Chews Landing, NJ. Funeral service 11am at... Read more →


TRENTON (Feb. 3, 2020) – The New Jersey Lottery posted record sales and a record contribution to the State according to the latest Audit Report for Fiscal Year 2019 released today, which is available for review on the Lottery’s website. In Fiscal Year 2019, the Lottery generated $3.48 billion in sales, a $182 million increase over the prior year. The substantial increase in sales translated into a record contribution to the State in Fiscal Year 2019 of over $1.10 billion, which is used to support... Read more →

Donald Norcross Complains The President Is Guilty

While Continuing To Ignore Camden Tax Incentive Scandal Gustafson says Norcross should “stop whining about this impeachment nonsense.” COLLINGSWOOD – Claire Gustafson, Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s first Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files congressional district, called out Congressman Donald Norcross over one of his campaign’s social media posts today. The post said, “The President is guilty & everybody knows it. Senate Republicans are sweeping this under the rug & trying to cover it up from the American people. #ImpeachmentDay” “It’s laughable that Congressman Donald Norcross... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Alabama Police Officer Nick O'Rear Shot and Killed

Police Officer Nick O'Rear Kimberly Police Department, Alabama End of Watch Wednesday, February 5, 2020 JEFFERSON COUNTY, Alabama (Feb. 5, 2020)----Police Officer Nick O'Rear, age 33, was shot and killed during a vehicle pursuit on I-65 near Old U.S. Highway 31 at about 10:00 pm. An officer with the Warrior Police Department had initiated the pursuit when he attempted to conduct a traffic stop. Office O'Rear responded to assist in the pursuit when the man opened fire, striking him. Officer O'Rear's vehicle then crashed nearby.... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Florida Trooper Joseph Bullock Shot and Killed

Trooper Joseph Bullock Florida Highway Patrol, Florida End of Watch Wednesday, February 5, 2020 PALM CITY, FLORIDA (February 5, 2020)--Trooper Joseph Bullock was shot and killed when he encountered a subject at a rest stop on I-95 in Palm City. Additional details have not yet been released. Trooper Bullock was a U.S. Air Force veteran and had served with the Florida Highway Patrol for 19 years. RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING... Read more →

Couple from Mount Holly Charged after Toddler Ingests Drugs

MT. HOLLY, NJ (Feb. 5, 2020)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Holly Police Chief Richard Spitler announced that a Mount Holly man and his girlfriend were charged after the man’s 2-year-old son ingested fentanyl and methamphetamine, which caused his brain to swell and prompted the use of Narcan to save his life. Ray Drayton, 36, and Melissa R. Wilkerson, 36, of the first block of Madison Avenue, were charged with Aggravated Assault (Second Degree), Endangering the Welfare of a Child (Second Degree), and Cruelty... Read more →


Two top aides in Gov. Phil Murphy's administration have been fired from their roles on the Democratic National Convention's host committee. This follows an investigation into workers' allegations that they oversaw a "a toxic culture rife with power struggles, backbiting and mismanagement." The politicos are Liz Gilbert, former president of the host committee, and Adam Alonso, its former chief of staff. The New Jersey Democratic Party also decided to stop working with Alonso's firm. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel / Politico / NJ.com / AP) BIPARTISAN SUPPORT... Read more →

FBI NEWS: Would-Be Mass Shooters Sentenced

Couple’s Obsession Led Them to Plan Attack Elizabeth Lecron and Vincent Armstrong were obsessed with mass shooters. The Toledo, Ohio, couple immersed themselves in online subculture dedicated to the topic. In 2018, they traveled to Columbine High School to visit the site of the 1999 school shooting, where they took pictures of themselves dressed like the shooters and posing with weapons. Lecron also wrote to one notorious mass shooter in prison to express her admiration for him. But investigators say it wasn’t just a morbid... Read more →

Home Country: The Best Time of the Year

Slim Randles | CNBNews Contributor “This is ‘bout the best time of year,” said Steve, “to get out and do something fun, like go to a rodeo.” “Awful cold out there right now, Steve,” said Doc, who has more degrees than a thermometer. “I guess it’s a good thing they have all those building rodeos these days.” “Well, that would take all the sport out of it, wouldn’t it?” Steve said. “Dud, pass the sugar please.” Dud passed the sugar. “Don’t know what you mean,... Read more →


Has your child heard you tell any of these “harmless” fibs? Experts say you may be teaching your child that lying is okay. by: Charity Ferreira | Greatschools.org I already gave to your organization. It’s no trouble at all to feed your cat while you’re on vacation. We have plans that weekend. I won’t have time to stop by this afternoon. That last one was said during a phone call with my dad, and generously speaking, I was stretching the truth. I had time. I... Read more →

Philadelphia's Sensory-Friendly Attractions & Performances

PHILADELPHIA, PA--Inclusivity is embedded in the original promise of Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection. Today, the region keeps that promise to residents and visitors with sensory sensitivity. Some of Philly’s most popular attractions, including The Franklin Institute and Please Touch Museum® have sensory-friendly policies and programming. So, too, do eminent arts organizations such as Pennsylvania Ballet and The Philadelphia Orchestra. Much credit for the region’s expanding sensory-friendly offerings goes to professor Roger Ideishi and Art-Reach, who, together, facilitate arts and cultural... Read more →

Hard Rock Hotel/Casino February Events

Atlantic City, N.J. (February 4, 2020) – Don’t skip a beat at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City throughout the month of February. Treat that special someone to a night, or two, at out our first-class entertainment resort destination. Enjoy dinner for two with special dining menus at one of our exquisite restaurants. Catch a lights-out performance from Sugar Ray, Demetri Martin, Fitz and the Tantrums or Bob Saget. Or just relax at Rock Spa® and Salon with their couples’ massages. Heart Health Month... Read more →

NJMVC to Allow “REAL ID” Walk-ins on a Test Basis

For Renewals only from the 5th to the 20th of the month TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton today announced the Commission will allow customers whose licenses/IDs are close to expiration to get REAL ID driver licenses and non-driver IDs without an appointment on a test basis. Such “walk-ins” will be allowed only for renewals, only on selected dates and only at participating locations. Customers can only take advantage of the “walk-in” policy from the 5th through the 20thof each... Read more →

Former White House Counsel Visits Stockton

Talks About Working With President... Don McGahn, left, talks with Bill Hughes Jr. during a program at Stockton on Jan. 23. (Courtesy Stockton University) MediaWize Longtime Republican attorney Don McGahn doesn’t like the government. He grew up in a family of Democrats, including his uncles Pat “Paddy” and Joe McGahn, but chose to follow Republican ideals. “I’m a Republican because I enjoy liberty. I don’t like the government,” he told his friend William H Hughes, Jr., the son of former Ambassador and longtime Democratic Congressman... Read more →

Black History Month Inspired Collection

Philadelphia, PA (February 2020) - Every February, the celebration of Black History Month observes the importance of African Americans in United States history. Nigerian-born entrepreneur and fashion designer Addie Elabor and her clothing line D’IYANU celebrate these achievements regularly by encouraging self expression and empowering individuals to express their cultural pride through all of their collections. With its official release on January 24, 2020, Elabor and her team present D'IYANU’s Black History Month Collection. Inspired by traditional African prints, the Black History Month Collection features... Read more →

How Do Chiropractors Relieve Pain From Injuries Or Accidents?

Gloucestercitynews.net (February 5, 2020)--Many people seek chiropractic care to relieve pain and aid recovery from falls, sports-related injuries, and injuries from car accidents. It’s popular as a component of a larger medical treatment plan to help people reduce their dependence on pain image unsplash.com medication and get back on their feet faster. Getting chiropractic treatment isn’t a substitute for any other medical treatment, although it can be very effective for pain management with acute injuries and for regaining flexibility. How It Works Trained chiropractors work... Read more →

Rams Students Attend March for Life Rally

By gostrum / WASHINGTON, DC (January 25, 2020)--Father Philip Ramos led a group of Ram Students down to Washington, DC on Friday, January 24, 2020 to March for Life with Catholics from all over the world. Here is the Gloucester Catholic contingent with Bishop Dennis Sullivan, Diocese of Camden. Related: Gloucester Catholic Religion Gloucester City News Read more →