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October 9, 2020

NJ Drivers Can Now Upgrade Probationary Licenses Online

TRENTON – Starting today, New Jersey drivers who have successfully completed one year of unsupervised driving on their probationary license can upgrade to a basic license online at NJMVC.gov, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) has announced. This new online service is available for drivers with a probationary license up... Read more →

Wayne MVC Closed October 15-17 Ahead of Opening New Facilities

TRENTON – All MVC facilities in Wayne will be closed on October 15, October 16, and October 17, 2020, as workers finalize construction and prepare to open newly built facilities on the same site. The Wayne Licensing Center, Road Test site, and Inspection Station will be closed to customers for all... Read more →

Philadelphia Bar Condemns Resolution Calling for Impeachment of PA Supreme Court Justice Wecht

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Chancellor Hon. A. Michael Snyder (ret.) of the Philadelphia Bar Association, the nation’s oldest metropolitan Bar Association, issued the following statement: “The Philadelphia Bar Association has long been committed to the principle of the independence of the judiciary. A resolution such as House Resolution 1044 which calls for... Read more →

Little Egg Harbor Resident Charged with Creating Fictitious GoFundMe Campaigns

LITTLE EGG HARBOR--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Police Chief David King announced that a 33-year-old Little Egg Harbor woman has been charged with creating a fictitious GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the funeral of her 4-year-old son, who she claimed died of cancer, but in reality had... Read more →

28-Year-Old Willingboro Man Murdered Outside of his Home

WILLINGBORO TOWNSHIP – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Willingboro Township Public Safety Director Kinamo Lomon announced that a 28-year-old man was fatally shot early this morning outside of his residence in the Millbrook Park section of the township. Willingboro Township police officers were called to the first block of Maplewick... Read more →

Mayor DeBlasio's Continued Shut Down of New York City Restaurants Is Killing their Businesses

Almost 90 percent of New York City restaurants failed to make rent in September By Sarah Downey | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Just days before New York City restaurants were set to resume indoor dining at limited capacity, a new industry survey reports that close to 90 percent... Read more →

After 30 Plus Years Billboards Are Allowed on Gloucester City's Side of the WW Bridge

UPDATED with additional photos and maps By William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet Eastbound on the Walt Whitman Bridge over the Delaware River between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Gloucester City, New Jersey. Billboards like those shown in the photo will now be allowed in Gloucester City. (photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) GLOUCESTER... Read more →

PA Counties Admit They Gave Incorrect Voter Roll Info to Federal Government

Judicial Watch: – Disclose Conflicting Numbers of Inactive Voters to Court Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that the State of Pennsylvania and three Pennsylvania counties admitted they reported incorrect information to a federal agency concerning the removal of ineligible voters from their voter rolls. In April, Judicial Watch filed... Read more →

Court Blocks Attempt to Undermine NJ's Plan for a Safe Election

TRENTON, NJ—Tuesday, a federal judge ruled in Trump v. Murphy that election provisions allowing election officials to begin canvassing vote-by-mail ballots 10 days before Election Day and allowing ballots without a postmark to be counted if received within 48-hours of the election do not violate federal law. The League of Women... Read more →

Conservative Cato Gives NJ Gov. Murphy's Fiscal Policy 'F'

By Kim Jarrett | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A conservative think tank gave New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy an “F” for his fiscal policy, citing the governor’s support for a tax on income above $1 million and a surtax on corporations that make more than $1 million. Gloucestercitynews.net... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ Residents in College

Local students graduate from Ohio University ATHENS, OH (10/06/2020)-- More than 1,900 students graduated with bachelor's, master's or doctorate degrees from Ohio University for summer semester 2020. Students included: James Bones of Collingswood, NJ graduated with a Master of Science in Recreation and Sport Sciences . Maurice Donais of Pedricktown, NJ... Read more →

Motor Vehicle Commission Facilities Will Be Closed on Columbus Day

TRENTON – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) customers are advised that all MVC facilities, including Licensing and Vehicle Centers, driver testing sites, and inspection stations, will be closed in recognition of the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, October 12, 2020. Regular business hours will be in effect for the rest... Read more →

Historic Hotel Paso del Norte, Autograph Collection Opens

After Multi-Million-Dollar Renovation The elegance of 1912 lives on amidst the mountains of El Paso (El Paso, TX) October 8, 2020 – The doors to 1912 are reopening with the highly anticipated renovation of the historic Hotel Paso del Norte, Autograph Collection. After nearly four years and a multi-million-dollar renovation, the... Read more →

Doris L. Cerrone, Owned Westbrook Bowling Lanes and Cerrone Sweet Shop

Doris L. Cerrone BROOKLAWN, NJ (October 8, 2020)(CNBNews)--Surrounded by her family, on October 6, 2020, Doris passed peacefully at her home in Brooklawn at age 88. (nee Sprague). Beloved mother, grandmother (Mammom), Aunt, and friend. She was a resident of the Brooklawn community for 70 years. She ran a sweet shop... Read more →