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October 14, 2020

James Edward Seybold of Haddon Hts., Waterfront Marine Employee, Collingswood HS Alum

Surrounded by his loving family, at home, on October 10, 2020. Age 76. Of Haddon Heights. Formerly of Shamong. Loving and devoted husband of 46 years to Kathleen A. “Kathy” Seybold. Loving father of Aimee Reilly and her husband, Michael J. Reilly. Cherished Pop-Pop of Patrick and James Reilly. Beloved brother... Read more →

Frances A. O'Shea "Fran" of Mays Landing, formerly of Gloucester City

Mays Landing formerly of Gloucester City - On October 12, 2020. Age 76. (nee Shaw). Born in Woodbury, NJ she was the daughter of the late Chester and Mary (Mongcose) Maryak. Beloved wife of David E. O’Shea. Loving mother of Ralph R. Smith, III (Rosemary). Cherished grandmother of Jaqueline and Alexander... Read more →

Dominic M. Antonini, of Gibbstown, former NFL Player, Excelled in Football/Baseball at Rowan

Dominic M. Antonini Passed away on October 8, 2020 of Gibbstown, NJ, age 66yrs. Beloved husband of Vicki (nee Feldman). Devoted father of Dominic Antonini (Lori), Jeremy Mendenhall, Garrett Mendenhall, Jr. (Amber), Michael Mendenhall (Kristie), Rachel Antonini (Pete), Anthony Antonini, and Angela Antonini. Loving Pop-Pop of Eric, Devon, Grace, Emme, and... Read more →

Philadelphia Authorities Seize Ecstasy, Florida Man Arrested

PHILADELPHIA – For the second time in a week, authorities arrested a subject following a Customs and Border Protection narcotics seizure in Philadelphia. CBP officers seized about 11 ounces of ecstasy . CBP officers examined a parcel on September 25 that arrived from Amsterdam in international mail. In the parcel, officers... Read more →

Amtrak wants billions in additional funding for the Northeast Corridor

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Amtrak wants more than $1.7 billion in federal tax dollars for the Northeast Corridor, William J. Flynn, Amtrak’s president & CEO, said in a letter to congressional leaders. The money is part of more than $4.8 billion the railroad wants... Read more →

Ground Breaking for Second Stockton University Residence Hall

October 14, 2020 Atlantic City, N.J. – A dozen people spoke at the groundbreaking for the Phase II Residence Hall at Stockton University Atlantic City on Wednesday, and each represented a crucial element in making the project a reality. “I can’t wait to see this take shape,” Gov. Phil Murphy told... Read more →

Jeanmarie Zahore, 56, of Rahway, Admits Making Corrupt Payments to City of Orange Public Official

NEWARK, N.J. – A Union County, New Jersey, man today admitted making corrupt payments to a public official of the City of Orange Township, New Jersey, as a reward for that public official’s favorable treatment in connection with an Orange municipal project, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced. Gloucestercitynews.net files Jeanmarie Zahore,... Read more →

Thomas E. Frank, Sr. of National Park, Retired Camden County Sheriff's Officer, US Navy Vet

Thomas E Frank Thomas E Frank, of National Park NJ-Born March 14, 1954...left this world on October 10, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. Loving husband of 35 years to Clare C Frank (Livingston); loving father to Samuel Frank, Tanya Williamson, Thomas Frank Jr., Tracy (Brian Judge) , Crystal (Dennis), Richard... Read more →

MVC Centers in Springfield and Delanco Closed

TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) has announced that, effective immediately, the Springfield Vehicle Center and Delanco Licensing Center willbe closed. At each location, a single employee tested positive for COVID-19. The Springfield Vehicle Center will be closed until Friday, October 16. The employee who tested positive was... Read more →

Home Country: Why Do We Love Chickens?

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet contributor Chickens have forever had a place in our hearts and on our tables. Why is that? Well … why not? And so I’d like you to come with me back to the summer of 1970, ‘way up north of Fairbanks, Alaska, to what was once the... Read more →

Holiday Season Jobs For Students

(NAPSI)—If you or someone you care about is among America’s estimated 20 million college students, the holidays could include a particular present for you: a great seasonal job. The Job Picture The holidays are often a time students seek seasonal work, as a way to earn extra money to put towards... Read more →

CNB Hunting Maryland: Responsive Management

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is conducting a study on hunting participation, preferences, and opinions. Responsive Management, a professional survey research firm, will be conducting the study for the Department. Maryland resident and non-resident hunting license holders and Migratory Game Bird Stamp holders may receive a phone call, email, or... Read more →

CNBNews Book Reviews: Children’s Book Holiday Gift Ideas

“The Nocturnals: The Mysterious Abductions” by Tracey Hecht (NAPSI)—Animals disappearing without a trace? In the first book of the critically acclaimed four-book middle-grade series “The Nocturnals,” we meet three unlikely friends—Dawn, a serious fox; Tobin, a sweet pangolin; and Bismark, the pint-sized sugar glider. When the animals go missing, it’s up... Read more →

Head, Neck Injuries Make Up 28% of Electric Scooter Accident Injuries

Newswise — DETROIT (October 12, 2020) – A Henry Ford Health System physician is sounding the alarm on the rising number of injuries caused from riding electric scooters, calling it a growing public health concern. In a study of e-scooter injuries, Kathleen Yaremchuk, M.D., chair of the Department of Otolaryngology –... Read more →

A Guide On Types Of Car Accidents And What You Should Do If Involved In An Car Accident 

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 14, 2020)--Many of us are on the roads every day due to work or anything else. We might use cars, buses, motorbikes, cycles or we just walk, we are always under a threat of becoming a part of road accidents. This piece of information might be a great source for... Read more →


(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 14, 2020)--The idea of airbags sounds comforting in theory. If you get into an accident, the impact is cushioned by a pillow filled with air to lessen the blow of the collision. However, airbags aren't soft like a stuffed animal. When you make contact with the bag, it can hurt... Read more →

CNB Fishing New Jersey: Channel "Super Cats" Catfish Stocked In 28 Waters

The Division of Fish and Wildlife annually stocks over 70 waterbodies throughout New Jersey with Channel Catfish raised at the Hackettstown State Fish Hatchery. As an added bonus this year, 28 waters were stocked between October 6-9 with "Super Cats", which average 28 inches and 6.5 pounds. Similar to the Division's... Read more →

Enjoy Fall Foliage with a Scenic Poconos Train Ride by Nicole Pensiero

Jim Thorpe, PA, October 12, 2020 - The coronavirus has changed many things about travel, but there are still ways to enjoy the great outdoors. The popular and historic Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway offers train rides daily from the charming Poconos town of Jim Thorpe, Pa., through Sunday, November 8th. This... Read more →

*Diocese of Camden Married/Engaged Events

By Carmela Malerba - St. Andrew the Apostle Church Pre-Cana program, to aid in the preparation of couples for the Sacrament of Marriage, led by the Pre-Cana Team, Rev. Victorino Coronado, Deacon Craig and Judy Bickel and other faith-filled married couples from the parish. Many topics and discussions will take place... Read more →

Offshore Wind in New Jersey

In the United States, the Federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) regulates renewable energy activities on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). In New Jersey, Federal waters commence 3 nautical miles offshore our coast, as a result, BOEM has been facilitating lease sales of OCS blocks for the development of offshore... Read more →