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January 7, 2021

VIDEO: Kayleigh McEnany Delivers Message from White House: Capitol Hill Violence Was Appalling

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Guest Opinion: County Prosecutors Association of NJ Statement on Capital Attack

JERSEY CITY, NJ (Jan.7, 2021) – Yesterday we witnessed an unprecedented and malicious attack on a pillar of our nation’s democracy – the certification of a free and fair election as prescribed by the U.S. Constitution. The mob of rioters was a sickening display of everything America is not – this... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Democracy Threatened

Catholic League president Bill Donohue released the following statement today: As philosopher Sidney Hook cogently said, there can be no right to a revolution in a democracy. That is because the faith of everyone who believes in democracy rests on the assumption that "all morally legitimate demands can sooner or later... Read more →

Evelyn J Murdock, of Woodbury/Oaklyn, 93

Evelyn J. Murdock, age 93, of Woodbury, formerly of Oaklyn, passed away on January 1, 2021 at her home in Woodbury Mews, Woodbury, NJ. Ms. Murdock was born in Philadelphia where she spent her early years and had been a longtime resident of Oaklyn, since 1988. She was a longtime and... Read more →

Prevent Lung Cancer by Testing your Home for Radon, EPA Recommend

WASHINGTON (January 6, 2021) — This week marks the beginning of National Radon Action Month. Every January, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urges everyone across the United States to test their homes for radon gas. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can seep into homes from the ground... Read more →

Sports Stars Who Served in the U.S. Military

Sports Heroes Who Served is a series that highlights the accomplishments of athletes who served in the U.S. military. Elgin Baylor played basketball from 1958 to 1971 as small forward for the Minneapolis Lakers and, when the team moved to Southern California in 1960, the Los Angeles Lakers. From 1961 to... Read more →

Cape May County Investigation Into Deaths Continues, Looks Like Murder/Suicide

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (January 7, 2021) - Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland and Chief William Priole of the Lower Township Police Department announce additional information regarding the two deaths that occurred on Cardinal Avenue in the Villas section of Lower Township. According to Prosecutor Sutherland, on... Read more →

Masso's Deli & Pizzeria Sells $1 Million Lottery Ticket

OMega Millions Jackpot Rolls to $490,000,000 TRENTON (Jan. 6, 2021) – There was one second-tier prizewinning ticket sold for the Tuesday, January 5, drawing that matched five of the five white balls drawn winning the $1,000,000 prize. The ticket was purchased at Masso’s Deli & Pizzeria, 11 Lakeview Dr. North, Gibbsboro... Read more →

BUSINESS NEWS: Striker signs exclusive deal to lease/manage sizable new development in Newark 

Newark, NJ—Luxury apartment firm Striker Apartment Leasing announces its exclusive new contract with Spring Street Commons at 2 Spring Street in Newark. The new mixed-use the development contains 84 residential units and three commercial spaces in one of Essex New Jersey’s most desirable districts. The residential units are comprised of 1... Read more →

Mandatory Wild Turkey Hunting Course for Delaware Offered Online this Season Only

Free Course is Offered Online-Only for 2021 Season Delaware’s annual spring wild turkey hunting season is starting in April 2021. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reminds both resident and non-resident hunters age 13 and older that they must pass a turkey hunting course approved by the Delaware... Read more →

Your Complete Guide For Starting Out With Sports Betting

(CNBNews)(Jan. 7, 2021_Betting is getting more and more famous as days go by. It has successfully become one of the most popular recreational hobbies in countries all around the world. However, getting into this field without any prior knowledge or experience can get a bit confused. That is where we come... Read more →

Offshore Oil and Gas on the Gulf Coast: Mitigating Risks with Data

In 2016, the US offshore oil and natural gas industries—which are heavily concentrated in the Gulf of Mexico— contributed 315,000 jobs and $30 billion to the US economy. These industries are lucrative, but they see their fair share of challenges. Even during the best of times, the extraction of oil and... Read more →

Reasons Why Online Casinos Have Become So Popular Today

(CNBNews)(Jan. 7, 2021)If you have not been dwelling under a rock, you should be aware of how online betting and casinos have been taking the world by storm. In fact, they are so popular nowadays that they could easily be called one of the most popular recreational activities and hobbies of... Read more →

Burlington County Animal Shelter First adoption of 2021

WESTAMPTON – The Burlington County Board of Commissioners celebrated the Burlington County Animal Shelter’s first adoption of 2021. Cooper, a 5-year-old smooth-coated Collie mix, was adopted Saturday by Edgewater Park resident Timesha Matchett and her family. Cooper had spent about two weeks at the shelter after being surrendered because his former... Read more →

CC Democrat Chairman Says Assault on the Capitol was Fueled by the President

Camden County Democrat Committee Chairman Jim Beach blames President Trump for the riot that broke out in the nation's capital on Wednesday, January 6. The assault on our nation's Capitol incited by Donald Trump's lies and conspiracy theories will go down as one of the darkest days in recent American history.... Read more →

A Tribute to Eugene "Jeep" MacAdams and His Five Brothers

CORRECTION William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Eugene "Jeep" MacAdams passed away on December 29, 2020, a few days after his 97th birthday. MacAdams was a retired Army First Sergeant who served 30 years in the New Jersey National Guard specifically the 114th Infantry, 50th Armored Division also known as the... Read more →