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March 2021

Kutztown University Announces 2021 Outdoor Track & Field Roster

KUTZTOWN, PA (03/26/2021)-- Kutztown University will have 91 student-athletes representing its track & field program for the 2021 outdoor season. The Kutztown University men's and women's outdoor track & field teams will be back in action for their first competition in nearly two years, as the Golden Bears begin spring competition on Saturday, March 27, at West Chester University's Golden Ram Invitational. Saturday begins a six-week regular season that leads up to the 2021 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Outdoor Championships, which will be hosted by Shippensburg University May 6-8. It marks a return to competition for KU after almost... Read more →


Should You Change Yourself Before Asking for Her Hand in Marriage?

Is there a need to change who you are because you finally found the love of your life? Some people have a hard time answering this question. You want to change yourself to be better and deserving of your partner. At the same time, you also don’t want to change who you are to impress someone else. It’s one thing when you are still in the early stages of your relationship. It takes a different meaning once you already decided to get married. Start by changing your bad habits At your age, you already know what your terrible qualities are.... Read more →


Congressman Norcross Releases COVID Information

New Jersey is partnering with 68 Walmart and Sam’s Club sites state-wide to offer dedicated appointments to people age 65+. If you have not yet received your COVID-19 vaccine, Congressman Donald Norcross encourages you to sign-up and get vaccinated. For more information, please see below. WHAT? 65+ Appointments partnership with Walmart & Sam's Club WHERE? 14 Walmart sites in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester & Salem Counties, plus an additional 54 Walmart or Sam's Club sites across the state RSVP: Contact the Call Center at 856-249-7007 to schedule an appointment at select Walmart sites. Call Walmart / Sam’s Club directly... Read more →


New PATCO Timetable Starts Monday

Slight adjustments are made to weekday evening departure times The new schedule adjusts the departure times of weekday evening trains. The morning and afternoon rush hours, daytime, owl service, and weekend departure times remain the same. The schedule continues to provide a high level of service with appropriate social distancing for customers based on current ridership statistics. View the Schedule Mask Up, Today & Every Day on Public Transit! Forgot your face-covering? Free face masks are available weekday mornings in our NJ stations. Stop by a stand and pick one up! Join Our Team! DRPA and PATCO offer career opportunities... Read more →


SYPWAI - development of the neural networks

SYPWAI is a project that today has been considered as one of the most promising among the existing ones. In 2018, Theneurosphere, the founder of the SYPWAI platform, has won a grant of $90 million, as well as the opportunity for partnership with the largest laboratory - Lifeasapa, to present the project to the world. The slogan of the SYPWAI project is “Solve your problem with AI”. The slogan means that the company managed to gain its recognition and become the most popular among the largest corporations and holdings in the world. "Solve your problem with AI" SYPWAI's motto means... Read more →


7 Ways to Ensure Your Child Gets a Good Education

The Oxford Method, a tutoring community, offers tips to help your child be successful in school NEW YORK, NEW YORK – (March 25, 2021) – Over the last year, during the pandemic, there have been many kids who have struggled academically. This is in part due to the millions who have had to do online learning and find the setup difficult. Whether children are learning online, in person, via classroom or through a combination of the three, there are things that parents can do to help them be more successful. Knowing what to do can help make a world a... Read more →


FBI Most Wanted: Diego Alfonso DeLeon Mejia Wanted for Murder in Paterson, NJ

x DESCRIPTION Aliases: Diego Deleon, Diego A. De Leon, Diego Deleon-Mejia, Diego Mejia Date(s) of Birth Used: May 29, 1999 Hair: Black Eyes: Brown Height: 5'6" Weight: 150 to 160 pounds Sex: Male Race: Black NCIC: W283295977 CAUTION Diego Alfonso De Leon Mejia is wanted for his alleged involvement in the murder of another man at a gas station in Paterson, New Jersey, on May 16, 2019. The victim was shot and killed. On May 31, 2019, Diego Alfonso De Leon Mejia was charged with murder and possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose by the Paterson Municipal Court, State... Read more →


CNB Travel News: Visit Philly

March 27, 2021 Dear Colleague, It’s spring! We marked the start of the season by launching an 11-week campaign to help drive day and overnight visitation. Called "Pack Light. Plan Big. For Philly.," the integrated tourism marketing campaign — our largest effort since COVID-19 began impacting Philadelphia in March 2020 — focuses on the ease of visiting Philadelphia, inviting leisure travelers to safely reconnect with those they have missed over the last year and experience the region’s varied offerings both indoors and out. This campaign comes as new research shows that Americans are beginning to spend money on travel as... Read more →


FBI Recognizing Accomplishments of Women in the Workforce

During this Women’s History Month, the FBI is recognizing the accomplishments of women in our workforce. Women in the FBI don't just break down doors—they break barriers and make change. Learn more below about some of the women in FBI leadership and how they are making a difference every day. Larissa Knapp (right) Executive Assistant Director, Human Resources Branch Why did you join the FBI? My parents instilled in me at an early age the need to contribute and make a difference. As a result, I wanted to join an organization where I felt I could make a difference while... Read more →


CNB Fishing News Maryland: Know Your Trout

Do You Know Your Trout? How well do you know your trout? This is an important question we have been asking anglers like you. Maryland waters are home to one native trout species: brook trout. Mostly found in the streams and rivers of Western Maryland, the presence of brook trout indicates that a stream is healthy. While fishing for brook trout is allowed, the department is trying to protect this species with rules limiting take of these fish. Each year, the Department of Natural Resources stocks golden, rainbow, and brown trout for fishing. It is important that anglers know how... Read more →


AFL-CIO Women's History Month Profiles: Lauren Brennan

This year, for Women's History Month, we're taking a look at a group of leaders who are currently active making women's history across the labor movement. Check back daily for a new profile and meet some of the people working to improve not only their community, but also to improve conditions for working people across the country. Today's profile is Laurel Brennan. Laurel Brennan is currently serving her seventh term as the secretary-treasurer of the New Jersey State AFL-CIO, a position she has held since 1997. She is the first woman to be elected to this position in New Jersey.... Read more →


ROWAN SOFTBALL SWEEPS STOCKTON, 8-0 AND 3-1 

GLASSBORO, NJ– Softball pitchers Emily August and Alexa Saccomanno led Rowan University over Stockton University, 8-0 and 3-1. The Profs had a perfect game in the opener. August (2-1) threw four innings and recorded a career high eight strikeouts. Saccomanno was on the mound for the fifth inning. The game ended after five innings because of the eight run rule. Catcher Korie Hague totaled three hits (three at bats), two doubles, four RBIs and one run. Right fielder Mariah Wysocki recorded a three run homer in the first inning. Left fielder Morgan Zane added two hits and scored two runs.... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley KILLED

Police Officer Eric Talley Boulder Police Department, Colorado End of Watch Monday, March 22, 2021 Police Officer Eric Talley, 51, was shot and killed at about 2:30 pm while responding to an active shooter incident at the King Sooper grocery store at 3600 Table Mesa Drive. Officer Talley was the first officer to arrive at the scene and was shot as he engaged the gunman. The subject was taken into custody a short time later after being wounded. The subject murdered a total of 10 people, including Officer Talley, during the incident. Officer Talley had served with the Boulder Police... Read more →


Shooting in Edgewater Park; Two Dead

EDGEWATER PARK – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Edgewater Park Township Police Chief Robert D. Hess announced that two men were fatally shot early this morning inside a vehicle in the parking lot of a Woodlane Road apartment complex. The investigation began after officers from the Edgewater Park Township Police Department were called to the Orchard Park Apartments at 12:20 a.m. for a reported shooting. Upon arrival they discovered that shots had been fired into a vehicle containing four occupants, fatally striking the driver and a rear-seat passenger. The driver was identified as Sadiel Gonzalez, 25, a resident of... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Lebanon Valley College's Nadia Deetz Earns Academic Award ANNVILLE, PA (03/23/2021)-- Lebanon Valley College's Nadia Deetz of Gloucester City, N.J., was one of 20 field hockey student-athletes to earn a spot on the 2021 Zag Field Hockey/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division III National Academic Squad. Additionally, as a team, LVC earned the academic team award. Deetz, a graduate of Gloucester City Jr-Sr High School, is pursuing a bachelor of science in digital communications. The organization's DIII national academic squad program recognizes those student-athletes who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher throughout the first semester of the... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Leno Apologizes To Asians But Not Catholics

March 25, 2021 Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Jay Leno's apology to Asians: Longtime NBC "Tonight Show" comedian Jay Leno has come out of retirement to apologize to Asian Americans for the bigoted jokes he told about them while hosting the late-night show. Will Catholics be next to receive an apology? Not a chance. The culture is too anti-Catholic to induce Leno to do so. CNBNews graphics From 1997 to 2015, I wrote well over a dozen news releases taking Leno to task for insulting Catholics; I only addressed his most offensive remarks.... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: ICE removes aggravated felon wanted for sexual assault of a child in Mexico

LAREDO, Texas — Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed aggravated felon, David Neri-Dominguez, 38, an unlawfully present Mexican man wanted for aggravated assault of a child in his home country of Mexico, Monday. On Feb. 3, 2017, Mexican authorities issued an arrest warrant against Neri-Dominguez for the aggravated assault of a child. Additionally, Neri-Dominquez has a 2008 felony conviction issued by the U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas, for possession with intent to distribute marijuana that carried a sentence of 41 months. In 2018, Neri-Dominquez was also charged and convicted in the U.S. of illegal reentry. Neri-Dominquez... Read more →


TO THE POINT:  Rutgers–Camden Filmmaking and theater students join forces

For virtual production of “Anything Goes.” CAMDEN CITY– While most theater is shut down due to the pandemic, Rutgers University–Camdenstudents in the theater and filmmaking programs are collaborating to present a virtual production of “Anything Goes.” The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts will stream the 1934 Cole Porter musical from Thursday, April 22 to Sunday, April 25. Tickets are $10 for general admission; $7 for seniors; and $5 for students, faculty, staff, and alumni, and can be purchased at showtix4u.com/events/18480. Patrons will be sent an access link to view the production any time through 11:45 p.m. April 25.... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Pittsburgh’s Pirates Possibly Peeved after CBP Seizes Shipments of Eye Patches

CBP officers seized medicated eye patches in Pittsburgh that were unapproved for use in the U.S. PITTSBURGH – There are likely to be some perturbed plundering pirates pillaging around Pittsburgh, but U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) only wants to ensure that they sack the city safely. That’s because CBP officers seized 3,740 potentially harmful medicated eye patches on Saturday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration determined to be unapproved for sale in the United States. The patches initially arrived in two shipments from Hong Kong. The first shipment arrived on January 4 and consisted of 2,300 medicated eye... Read more →


White House Reporter Ronald Crump, "Mr. Biden, Why are you a total loser?"

WASHINGTON, D.C.—At Biden's first press conference Thursday, March 25, 2021, most of the questions were thoughtful and pointed, with reporters asking things like "Why are you so amazing?" and "We demand you tell us your secret to being so incredible!" But one reporter went further than the others. The reporter, a new CNN recruit, Ronald Crump, jumped up and asked, "Mr. Biden, why are you a total loser?" Ronald Crump, new White House Press reporter (image courtesy of the Babylon Bee "Hey, come on, Jack!" Biden replied. "That's just uncalled for." READ BABYLON BEE ARTICLE Read more →


CNB Business: Four Attorneys from the Epstein Law Firm, P.A. Honored

The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. is proud to announce that four of their attorneys have been recognized for annual honors conferred by the Super Lawyers rating service and publication. For 2021, four members of the Epstein Law Firm, P.A. have been recognized by Super Lawyers for their excellence and service delivered to our firm’s clients. Attorneys Barry Epstein, Michael Epstein, and April Gilmore have all again been named to Super Lawyers, a designation conferred on less than five percent of all attorneys in the state of New Jersey. Recognition by Super Lawyers is conferred on those attorneys who enjoy significant... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE:Coast Guard to rename training center wing after Arnold Palmer

RELATED: FACE OF DEFENSE: PETALUMA, Calif. — The Coast Guard announced plans to rename a training wing after Arnold Palmer at Coast Guard Training Center Petaluma, Tuesday. Training Center Petaluma plans to officiate the renaming of the Yeoman and Storekeeper “A” School wing of the Juliet Nichols Building in a ceremony later this year. Palmer served with distinction as a yeoman in the Coast Guard from 1951 to 1953 and worked for the 9th Coast Guard District commander in Cleveland, Ohio. Palmer reportedly joined the Coast Guard after his college roommate was tragically killed in an automobile accident as a... Read more →


The Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning

WARREN, N.J. (March 24, 2021) — Arts Ed NJ, the unified voice for arts education in New Jersey, has launched The Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning (ArtsEdSEL.org), a national institution dedicated to illuminating the intersection between arts education and social emotional learning (SEL) to facilitate the application of SEL-informed arts education. The intrinsic connection between arts education and SEL is an emerging area of study and practice that has become a topic of increasing priority in the education sector internationally. It is a process intended to provide students and teachers with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed... Read more →


John E. Park, Camden City Auxiliary Police Officer, Cub Scout Leader

Little Egg Harbor, formerly of Gloucester City, NJ, passed away on March 24, 2021. Age 76. Born in Camden, NJ, he was a resident of Gloucester City, NJ until moving to Little Egg Harbor in 2011. He was the son of the late Mary M. Park, and was predeceased by his wife of 50 years, Barbara in April of 2020. John is survived by his son, John R. Park (Dianne Rene); grandchildren, Trinity, Ashleigh, Danielle, Debra, Nicole, Jonathan, Tyler; great grandchildren, Natalie and Remy. John worked for more than 50 years as a mechanic/ boiler maker with Aluminum Shapes in... Read more →


Man in Browns Mill Charged with Making Videos of Himself Sexually Assaulting an Underage Girl

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Pemberton Township Police Chief David King announced that a 27-year-old Browns Mills man is charged with taking pictures and making videos of himself sexually assaulting an underage girl last year on multiple occasions. Cody Rodriguez, of the first block of Clubhouse Road, was charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault (First Degree), Sexual Assault (Second Degree) and four counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child (First Degree, Second Degree and two Third Degree). Rodriguez was taken into custody yesterday and lodged in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly pending a detention hearing in Superior... Read more →


Another Closure for the Direct Connection Project in Bellmawr

I-76 eastbound Exit 1A ramp to I-295 southbound to be closed and detoured overnight Closure necessary for drainage work (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-76 eastbound Exit 1A ramp to I-295 southbound will be closed and detoured tonight as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Friday, March 26, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, March 27, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., will close the I-76 eastbound Exit 1A ramp to I-295 southbound to replace construction barrier. The work is unrelated to the issue with the retaining... Read more →


Polistina Says Mazzeo Should Apologize

March 26, 2021 - Former Assemblyman and successful small businessman Vince Polistina today challenged incumbent Assemblyman Vince Mazzeo to follow the lead of Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney and apologize for his vote to approve $4.2 billion in what turned out to be unnecessary borrowing, made worse by the fact that the debt was non-callable. "Given that Assemblyman Mazzeo is a reliable rubber stamp for party bosses, I don't see why this would be any different," said Polistina. "Just like Senate President Sweeney did yesterday, Assemblyman Mazzeo should apologize for his fiscally irresponsible vote to borrow over $4 billion dollars... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: The Rev. Franklin Graham's Views on The Decline of America

On January 30, 2015, Franklin Graham, the son of the late Billy Graham, at the First Baptist Church, in Jacksonville, Florida, gave his opinion on the future of the United States and what he felt was the decline of America's values. Franklin Graham stated Time is like a river. You cannot touch the water twice, because the flow that has passed will never pass again. The American dream ended on November 6th, 2012. The second term of Barack Obama has been the final nail in the coffin for the legacy of the white Christian males who discovered, explored, pioneered, settled,... Read more →


FEATURES OF WOMEN'S BIKES

The popularity of cycling around the world is growing every season, exceeding 2 billion in 2020. And women, like men, are happy to sit on a bicycle and pedal tirelessly. However, the variety of styles and models makes choosing a bike difficult, especially for women. After all, they want to get not just the best bike, but certainly a woman's one. Manufacturers studied the rating of preferences of the fair sex, took into account their wishes and developed a special bike for them. Further scientific developments and technical progress have made it possible to improve bicycle bikes, and the best... Read more →


CNBNews SPORTS:

Rowan Women’s Track & Field Looks To Regroup During 2021 Outdoor Season

GLASSBORO, NJ – The 2020 outdoor track season was canceled due to COVID. The student-athletes also missed the 2020 cross country and 2020-21 indoor track & field seasons. Now Rowan will have an outdoor schedule but things are not back to normal. “They (athletes) want to have a season and I am actually glad they are having a season,” stated head coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson. “At their level, if they don’t see that they have something to work for they may just give up. That is what I sense from them.” “They know there is a little bit of light... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Bobsledder Volunteered for Combat in Afghanistan

Sports Heroes Who Served: March 9, 2021 | BY David Vergun , DOD News Sports Heroes Who Served is a series that highlights the accomplishments of athletes who served in the U.S. military. Bobsledding is in Olympian John Napier's DNA. Napier's father, William, a former Marine, was a bobsled driver from the 1960s to the 1980s and later became president of USA Bobsled and Skeleton, the sport's official governing body in the U.S. Napier's mother, Betsy, also drove bobsleds. The family often traveled from their Schenectady, New York, home to Lake Placid, New York, to bobsled. John learned how at... Read more →


CNBNews SPORTS:

Rowan’s Men’s Track & Field Will Rely On Depth For Another Conference Title

GLASSBORO, NJ (March 26, 2021)- This season, the Rowan University men’s outdoor track & field team will compete for its sixth straight New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship. The Profs will also look to take the All-Atlantic Region title and they expect multiple qualifiers for the NCAA Division III Championships. The defending conference champs didn’t get the opportunity to compete last year due to COVID, so they plan on making up for lost time. Head coach Dustin Dimit is excited to be able to compete again. Dimit’s goals for this season are not very surprising. “This team has 16 returning... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: New Jersey sees better job numbers in February

By Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) (March 25, 2021)– Total nonfarm wage and salary employment in New Jersey increased by 10,700 in February, improving meager job growth numbers reported a month ago. The Garden State has regained 364,000 of the jobs lost in March and April 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. That represents about 51 percent of the lost jobs. The state’s unemployment rate for February was 7.8%, unchanged from January. The January rate was revised down by 0.1 percentage point. “New Jersey picked up 10,700 jobs in February (12,100 in the private sector),”... Read more →


New Study: Scientists find evidence that novel coronavirus infects the mouth’s cells

NIH-funded findings point to a role for saliva in SARS-CoV-2 transmission. An international team of scientists has found evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, infects cells in the mouth. While it’s well known that the upper airways and lungs are primary sites of SARS-CoV-2 infection, there are clues the virus can infect cells in other parts of the body, such as the digestive system, blood vessels, kidneys and, as this new study shows, the mouth. The potential of the virus to infect multiple areas of the body might help explain the wide-ranging symptoms experienced by COVID-19 patients, including... Read more →


D. Adam Menko, Oreland Business Owner Admits To Tax Evasion

PHILADELPHIA — On March 25, 2021, D. ADAM MENKO (hereinafter MENKO), of Oreland, PA, admitted to evading over $84,000.00 in taxes. MENKO was previously charged with one count of tax evasion. MENKO was the owner and sole proprietor of D. Adam Menko Landscaping, a landscape and concrete construction business, located in Oreland, Pennsylvania. During tax years 2013 through 2017, MENKO failed to maintain complete and accurate business records to determine income and expenses. Instead, MENKO used a check cashing agency to cash income receipt checks and paid his business expenses with cash. Even though he knew he had earned income... Read more →


*Scott James, Adelphi Alum, and Emmy-Winning Journalist will Discuss an Infamous Nightclub Fire

GARDEN CITY, NY (03/25/2021) On Wednesday, April 7, Adelphi University will host a conversation with Emmy-winning journalist, author and Adelphi alumnus Scott James about his book Trial by Fire: A Devastating Tragedy, 100 Lives Lost, and a 15-Year Search for Truth. Adelphi's President Christine Riordan will talk with James about what compelled him to reexamine one of America's deadliest criminal cases, the death of 100 people in a fire started by a pyrotechnic display at a Rhode Island concert in 2003. Scott James Veteran journalist and fiction author Television news Emmy award winner "Trial by Fire: Writing the Book That... Read more →


CNBMedical News: NIH, DC government form partnership to reduce sleep-related infant deaths

Three-year partnership will develop D.C. project for infant safe sleep education and outreach. Wednesday, March 24, 2021 The National Institutes of Health and the District of Columbia government are teaming up to raise awareness among District parents and caregivers about how to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death, such as accidental suffocation. Although many U.S. states and territories have seen decreases in sleep-related infant deaths over the last few years, the District’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reported an increase in these deaths between 2014 and 2018. Sleep-related causes... Read more →


CNB Fishing News MD: Saturday Marks the Opening of the Spring Trout Season

by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources fisheries biologist. March 24, 2021 Photo by Tom Marble To anglers and hunters, a traditional opening day can be described as Christmas and your birthday rolled into one. This Saturday, March 27, marks what many consider the opening of the spring trout season in Maryland. The trout hatchery and stocking program has worked hard under some tough conditions to bring the public the best trout possible so don’t miss the fun this weekend and for the next couple of months. This is a wonderful way for families and our younger anglers to... Read more →


Widener University/WCAU-TVNBC10 Honors High School Students

for Outstanding Leadership and Civic Contributions CHESTER, PA (03/25/2021)-- Widener University, in partnership with WCAU-TV NBC10, is proud to recognize the winners of the 2021 Widener University High School Leadership Awards. Over the past 10 years, the university has recognized more than 1,300 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware who demonstrated leadership within their communities. This year, the program recognized 129 students from high schools throughout the region for their abilities to stand up for what they believe in, speak out on behalf of others and make an impact in their communities. They included: Alexandria Holton... Read more →


Rowan University's SGA Receives Update on the Glassboro-Camden Rail Line

Glassboro-Camden Line Representatives Talk about New Developments with SGA Corey RothauserMarch 24, 2021 The GCL would span 18 miles and connect Camden and Glassboro to Philadelphia through diesel light rail vehicles (DLRVs) along 14 stations. - Photo via glassborocamdenline.com Following the release of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), two representatives for the Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL) construction project spoke during the Rowan University Student Government Association (SGA) Senate Meeting on Monday, March 22, before senators voted in favor of a resolution that supports the construction. John Hanson, CEO of the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) and president of the Port Authority... Read more →


Melvyn Waldo, of Atco; Services Friday

Maple Shade – On March 5, 2021. Formerly of Atco. Survived by his devoted and loving caregivers at Palace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and the Arc of Camden County. Melvyn was born in Philadelphia, PA and attended Temple University. He attended Reformed Episcopal Seminary for one year. Melvyn worked with the Occupational Training Center since 1989 and worked in a clerical position for the City of Philadelphia and did janitorial work at a childcare center. Melvyn lived at L&S Rest Home in Atco. He was a regular patron of many local establishments. Mel was a caring and gracious gentleman who... Read more →


Rose A. Hutchinson, of Gloucester City, 96

Gloucester City – On March 22, 2021. Age 96. (nee Yula) Loving wife of the late William J. Hutchinson. Loving mother of Barbara Kell (Bob), Maryann Stewart Gloucestercitynews.net files (Tom), Eileen Harris (Steve) and the late Marty Hutchinson. Predeceased by her grandson, Tommy Stewart. Survived by her grandchildren, Ryan, Susan, David, Nancy, Steven, Liz and Kate and 14 great-grandchildren. Rose was predeceased by her 6 brothers and 1 sister. Also survived by family friend and loving caregiver at Juniper Village, Kathy Graham. Relatives and friends are invited to her Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, March 26, 2021 at 10... Read more →


IN THE FALL: Rutgers to Require COVID-19 Vaccine for Students

The university will require all students to be vaccinated before arriving on campus in the fall March 25, 2021 – Rutgers University will require the COVID-19 vaccine for students who are enrolled for the 2021 fall semester. Assurances from the federal government that vaccines will be available for all Americans by the end of May and assessments by public health experts prompted university leaders to adjust the vaccine requirements for the fall semester. “We are committed to health and safety for all members of our community, and adding COVID-19 vaccination to our student immunization requirements will help provide a safer... Read more →


I-295 northbound lane closure necessary for emergency retaining wall stabilization in Bellmawr

(Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the right lane on I-295 northbound was closed today at Essex Avenue for emergency retaining wall stabilization in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at approximately 12 noon today, the right lane on I-295 northbound where it crosses over Essex Avenue was closed for stabilization of a retaining wall. The lane closure will remain in place until further notice. The closure is necessary to stabilize a retaining wall that has shifted and partially collapsed. The wall was built as part of the new roadway on the Direct Connection project. NJDOT is... Read more →


South Jersey Veterans : Vaccine Appointments Saturday for Harry Williams Community Center

Are you or somebody you know a veteran in need of a Covid-19 Vaccine? The Camden County Office of Veterans Affairs and the Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center in Philadelphia are teaming up to create a pop-up vaccination site for the second time in Camden County to approximately 800 more South Jersey veterans on Saturday, March 27th. Vaccinations will be available by appointment only between 7:45 AM and 2:15 PM.. Call 215-823-4014 to make an Appointment · Must be a veteran (no spouses or relatives at this time) · Must be already enrolled for VA benefits Veterans can... Read more →


Deptford Resident Charged with Trying to Meet Underage Girl for Sex  

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Jason J. Molina, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Newark Field Office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), announced that a 38-year-old Deptford man was arrested yesterday for arranging a sexual encounter with someone he met online and believed was a 13-year-old girl. But in reality, the underage teenager was an HSI Special Agent, and Albert Pisanelli was taken into custody upon arriving at the Burlington Township convenience store where he thought she would be waiting for him to pick her up. Pisanelli, of the 800 block of Hunter Drive, was charged... Read more →


Philadelphia Drug Dealer Charged in Death of Marlton Customer  

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Laurel Township Police Chief Stephen Riedener announced that a 41-year-old Philadelphia drug dealer has been charged with causing the death of a Marlton man who fatally overdosed last year in a Mount Laurel hotel room. Robert Quintua, of the 2500 block of Lefevre Street, was charged with Strict Liability for Drug-Induced Death (First Degree). He was taken into custody in January, and extradited yesterday to Mount Holly, where he was lodged in the Burlington County Jail. He will face a detention hearing in Superior Court in the near future, and the case will... Read more →


COLLEGE LACROSSE: Salisbury Rolls Over Rowan 18-6

SALISBURY, MD - Fourth-ranked Salisbury took over in the first half en route to an 18-6 win over Rowan in women's lacrosse action on Wednesday afternoon. Salisbury (7-0) scored the first two goals of the game before Julia Grlica got the Profs on the board with a free position tally. The Sea Gulls then scored 11 in a row to take a 13-1 lead at halftime in the second meeting of the teams. Trailing 14-1 early in the second half, Rowan (1-3) scored three straight with unassisted goals from Elise Cohan, Johanna Diehl and Ashley Lechiter. Rowan closed out the... Read more →


Guest Opinion: They Make Lawfully-Owned Guns “Legally Useless”

by National Rifle Association Anti-Gunner on “Secure Storage” Requirements: We often say there is no need to speculate on what the true purposes and effects of gun control are, as real-world case studies abound. We often say there is no need to speculate on what the true purposes and effects of gun control are, as real-world case studies abound. This week’s example comes from Canada, where a government official justified a recent gun ban’s grandfather provisions for formerly lawful firearms – presumably included to appease law-abiding owners – by explaining they rendered those guns “legally useless.” Gun owners in the... Read more →