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Who Will Be Gloucester City's New Mayor?

UPDATED/CORRECTION Correction: Joe Gorman, is the father-in-law of Councilman Johnson, not Fran Gorman. Also, Bowie's brother-in-law is not former mayor, Bob Gorman. Bob Gorman is the son of Fran Gorman and nephew of Joe Gorman. Lastly, Bob Gorman and Kate Gorman are cousins. William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Come out, come out, whoever you are... GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 20, 2021)--We had our fingers crossed that Dan Spencer who replaced former Gloucester City Mayor William James was going to be the answer to the development of the city's waterfront. Spencer's four-year term began on January 6, 2019 and was to expire in 2023. Early into his term Mayor Spencer said in an interview that it might be time to move away from building a waterfront restaurant, and, maybe put condos on the Freedom Pier property instead. Long ago, many of us who lived here our entire life thought it... Read more →

How to get YouTube followers quickly 

Have you recently just started a brand-new YouTube channel and want to know how you can grow your channel and gain followers as quickly as possible? Have you had a YouTube channel for a while now but just can’t seem to get it up and off the ground? How do you get more followers on the trickiest social media platform out there? YouTube is a website that allows users to upload, share, view, and comment on videos. It was created in 2005 by three former employees of PayPal, and has since become one of the most popular social media platforms to this day, with over 1 billion active monthly users from around the world who come for all sorts of entertainment or information. There are so many different ways in which you could get more YouTube subscribers quickly, but here are a few tips; make sure you have high quality... Read more →

Chia Launches its Green Digital Currency (XCH)

On May 3, Chia proudly unveiled its first eco-friendly currency. XCH makes mining more accessible and sustainable. This brainchild of Bram Cohen, who previously invented BitTorrent, has a lot to offer. Chia is expected to receive wide adoption quickly. The green coin is projected to be adopted by digital exchanges, financial, corporate, commercial, and governmental institutions globally. According to the latest dynamics of the Chia coin from, $1,645 is its latest peak so far. Here is a look at what this blockchain can offer. A Sustainable Consensus Protocol So, what exactly makes this coin more sustainable? Chia farms consume less energy and have a reduced carbon footprint. In lieu of the “Proof of Work” consensus protocol used by Bitcoin and Ethereum, they rely on the proprietary "Proof of Space and Time" alternative. The key advantages are increased fairness and energy efficiency, along with decentralization. All of this is possible... Read more →

*Jim E. Ferry Sr. Foundation Golf Outing, Westwood Golf Club

The annual Jim E. Ferry Sr., Foundation Golf Outing will be held on June 7 at the Westwood Golf Club in Woodbury. Proceeds from the event will go to the Gloucester City Police K-9 unit. Click the image below to read the details. Read more →

Philadelphia: Most All Safer At Home Restrictions Will End June 2

PHILADELPHIA PA (May 31, 2021)--After 14 months of Philadelphians working together to slow the spread of COVID-19 and due to the continuing drop in newly reported cases, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) announced a further relaxation of the current Safer-at-Home restrictions beginning May 21. Additionally, PDPH announced that all Safer at Home restrictions will be ending, with the exception of the indoor mask mandate and the 11 p.m. last call for dining order, on Wednesday, June 2. Relaxing these restrictions is possible because of the immense sacrifices that Philadelphians made over the last year and because more Philadelphians are getting vaccinated every day. We’d like to thank our front line and essential workers who risked their own well-being to care for COVID-19 patients, kept our city running, and administered more than 1.3 million doses of vaccine so far. This is a big moment for us Philly, but we... Read more →

How Do Online Printing Services Work?

If you want to create a high-quality print of the digital photo or document without buying your printing machine or going to physical printing shops, consider online services. Online services are cheaper compared to point-of-sale operations since the running costs of this business are lower. For your file to move from digital form to quality physical form, there are a few steps it has to undergo. Here is how online printing services work. Step One: Upload Your File You will first start with registering an account on that platform to start ordering your printed products. Even though most online orders are photographic prints, others businesses offer printing of other products, including posters, calendars, photo books, clothing items, mugs, and magnets, among others. You will select the type of material you want your digital file printed on. The site then prompts you to upload the file. Once the file gets to... Read more →

Are GFuel Cans OK To Drink?

Introduction Most people know G Fuel as a powdered energy drink, but the company also sells G fuel canned versions that are pre-mixed and ready to drink similar to other energy drinks. But is G Fuel as effective in this can form, or can it be bad for you? The truth is that G Fuel shouldn't have any adverse effects so long as you don't go overboard, and according to users, it does give you an energy boost without adding all the calories. G Fuel is becoming very popular in both powder form and the canned beverage products. However, the cans are so much more convenient for the gamer or exercise fan. g Fuel has made a name for itself by marketing the energy drink to gamers. Several high-profile gamers already believe G fuel lives up to its branding, so let's look at G Fuel and determine if it's an... Read more →

Farmers Markets in South Jersey

Source VISIT SOUTH JERSEY Berlin Farmers Market Thursday through Sunday | 8 AM – 8 PM 41 Clementon Road, Berlin, NJ Opening for the season March 20th, the Berlin Farmers Market is home to an indoor shopping center and an outdoor flea market. Inside you’ll find more than 80 stores offering everything from comics, shoe repair, image courtesy of pinterest antiques and furniture to an Amish bakery and fresh local produce. Bordentown Farmers Market Sundays from June to September | 9 AM – 1 PM Carslake Community Center, Bordentown, NJ Since 2010, the mission of the Bordentown City Farmers’ Market is to provide a location where farmers can directly distribute their fresh, locally grown produce to the community, as well as creating an inviting space for local artisans, to promote and support sustainable food systems. Burlington County Farmers Market Open every Saturday May 8th through October | 8:30 AM –... Read more →

Rowan Wins Regional Championship Headed to Div. III College World Series

photo provided MARIETTA, OHIO - (May 30, 2021)--Jared Marks scored the winning run in the 10th inning on a ground out by Victor Cruz to give No.7 Rowan a 9-8 win over No. 4 Marietta (38-6) to capture the Marietta Regional Championship and send Rowan to the Division III College World Series for the first time since 2005. It marks the sixth Regional title in Rowan history, but the most recent since the Profs captured the Mid-Atlantic Region title in 2004 and 2005. Rowan (29-4) is headed to the NCAA Division III World Series to be held at Perfect Game Field at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Cedar Rapids, IA, from June 4-9. After Marietta rallied from an 8-5 deficit to tie the score in the eighth, the teams were scoreless heading into the extra inning. Marks singled to lead off the 10th and advanced to second on an error and... Read more →

How much does a livable shed cost?

As technology moves forward, we've found ourselves seeing fewer smart houses being built. This is for many reasons; the cost of living in a smart house, the power bill, having to repair what is in your home immediately because if one thing is broken, everything else is too. But those things aren't the only reason why people aren't buying and building smart houses. Another major reason is that no one needs all that room. Most people these days are happy with a small room to call home at the end of the day. So, let me introduce you to the new trending home: Shed Homes. What is a shed home? A shed home can mean many different things, but mostly it means that it is a home that is made from shipping containers. This might sound a bit strange, but trust me on this, it is a very unique, and... Read more →


K9 Jaeger Stephens County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma End of Watch Friday, May 14, 2021 STEPHENS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA(MAY 30, 2021)--K9 Jaeger, age 6, suffered a serious spinal injury when he fell while attempting to enter his handler's patrol car in the Stephens County Courthouse parking lot. Despite receiving extensive medical treatment it was determined he would not be able to survive and he was humanely euthanized. K9 Jaeger had served with the Stephens County Sheriff's Office for five years. BIO Breed German Shepherd Gender Male Age 6 Tour Not available INCIDENT DETAILS Cause Fall Incident Date Wednesday, April 14, 2021 RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial Page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published | May 28, 2021 Read more →

Why is protein so important when working out?

What Is Protein & Its Elements One of the essential macronutrients that the body utilizes to build muscle mass is protein. The number one source of protein and the most common place to find protein is in animal products. Protein is also found in legumes and nuts as well. Protein is made up of amino acids, and amino acids are composed of the following organic compounds: Oxygen Carbon Nitrogen Hydrogen The Different Types Of Protein According to the USDA, the different sources of protein are: Nuts Meat Processed soy products Poultry Eggs Seafood Beans There are also a few different alternative sources of leaner protein: hemp, soy, whey, and protein shakes. Whey protein is a protein supplement that is usually found in protein powder. When cheese is being made, whey protein is a by-product of this process. Whey protein is almost always used by individuals who work out and are... Read more →

The Philadelphia Flower Show Will Be Outside, for the First Time

The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the nation's largest and longest-running horticultural event and features stunning displays by the region’s most talented horticulturists, plus floral and landscape designers. The Philadelphia Flower Show has been honored as the best event in the world by the International Festivals & Events Association. Started in 1829 by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, today the Flower Show showcases the newest plant varieties, trending garden and design concepts, and the latest sustainable practices. One of the most profound and lasting impacts of the Philadelphia Flower Show is its long-standing contribution of Show proceeds to support of PHS’s nationally recognized greening programs. These programs provide solutions to the transformation of vacant land; enable the planting of thousands of trees to improve the canopy across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware; provide training and encouragement to once-incarcerated citizens to become productive members of society; and replenish food banks with organic... Read more →

Things to Do in Camden County

Battleship New Jersey Open for Tours Every day Take a Tour this Weekend Aboard the Historic Battleship Take a Tour aboard the Historic Battleship New Jersey - Museum and Memorial. The Battleship is open for tours every day! Tours will be available from 11 AM with the last tour departing at 3 PM. To get tickets and learn more, Click Here. Fun Activities in South Jersey this Holiday Weekend Jumpstart Your Weekend in Camden County and the South Jersey Region Tired of sitting on the couch? Watched every show Netflix has to offer? Now is the perfect time to take a trip through South Jersey and check out all of the fun things to do. Whether you're alone, or social distancing with friends or family, South Jersey has plenty of COVID safe activities to keep you entertained. To see more activities, go to Read more →

5 Qualities of a Reliable Accountant

Accounting is a pillar if you seek to run your business effectively. Also known as bookkeeping, accounting is the measure and survey of the financial status of a business. The data collected is, in turn, used to make essential business decisions. Accounting is a massive task and, as such requires, accuracy and efficiency. The people handed the power to do this task are accountants. Your accountant should be someone adept in finances and reliable. Thus, finding a professional accountant or a firm such as Walker Hill Accountants is vital. It's not all about educational qualifications; here are some crucial qualities of reliable accountants: Ethical and Trustworthy Your accountant has to be ethical, diplomatic, and possess integrity. The ability to do the right thing and be open in his activities promotes trust and reliability. The backbone of the business is its accounts, precious information. Accountants should always keep the information confidential... Read more →

Deptford Police Officer Tackles and Disarms Suspect Michael Dorazo, of Glendora

DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP, NJ (May 31, 2021)--On May 29, 2021, officers from the Deptford Township Police Department responded to the report of a domestic disturbance at a residence on Pasadena Avenue in their municipality. As officers were responding to the scene, multiple gunshots were heard. Upon arrival at the scene, officers determined that an incident had occurred where a Michael F. Dorazo, 41, of Glendora, N.J. had forced entry, brandished and discharged a handgun, and subsequently fled the residence on foot into the surrounding neighborhood. Information developed at the scene disclosed Dorazo was armed with multiple firearms, including twol handguns and a high-power, high-capacity assault weapon. Based on those circumstances, the Gloucester County SWAT Team was immediately deployed, and multiple agencies rapidly responded to assist, including the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, Gloucester Township Police Department tactical assets, New Jersey State Police, the U.S. Marshal’s Service Regional Fugitive Task Force, and the... Read more →

Raymond Ashley, 31, of Camden City, Charged with Murder

Camden, N.J. – A man has been charged in the fatal shooting of a 21-year-old man in Camden, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Raymond Ashley, 31, of Camden, has been charged with one count of first-degree Murder, one count of second-degree Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, one count of second-degree Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose, and one count of second-degree Certain Persons. Police responded to a ShotSpotter activation on South Octagon Road around 1 a.m. on May 22. When they got to the area, they located Isaiah Taylor, 21, of Camden, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead from his injuries. Through a subsequent investigation, Ashley was identified as the person who allegedly shot Taylor. Ashley was arrested by members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task... Read more →

Rutgers-Camden Jude Misko earns NCAA championship in Men’s Hammer Throw

GREENSBORO, N.C. (May 29, 2021) – Rutgers University-Camden senior Jude Misko (Philadelphia, PA/Cherry Hill East) entered the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championship having won every one of his competitions this season in the men’s hammer throw. Misko completed his perfect season here Saturday at North Carolina A&T State University by finishing first of 17 athletes to capture the Division III national title in the hammer. Misko’s winning throw of 60.48 meters came on his first throw, which proved to be enough to beat runner-up Jacob Bugella of Wisconsin-Stout, who recorded a 60.01-meter toss on his second throw. Misko becomes the second Rutgers-Camden individual to win a NCAA track championship and the third national track champion overall for the Scarlet Raptors. Tim VanLiew was the Division III national champion in the javelin in back-to-back seasons in 2012 and 2013. His title also makes him the 10th men’s outdoor... Read more →

CNB Travel News: Summer Picnic in Croatia – Where to Go & What to Taste

By Guest Author Ana Cerovski Senior Writer, KitchenToast | Croatia is on your itinerary this summer and you couldn't help but wonder - are there any perfect spots and places for everyone's favorite summer activity called picnic? Well, let me assure you, Croatia certainly has it all - beautiful sights, natural beauty, amazing coast with over 1000 islands, reefs, and cliffs, as well as amazing cuisine suitable for every palate. Croatia is truly a favorite place to be during the summer and since this season is just around the corner (and hopefully, traveling will soon be safe for everyone), we thought of combining the natural beauty of the country with, of course, a picnic! The country has many spots which are ideal for gatherings with friends and enjoying refreshing and simple dishes while being surrounded by nature, amazing sights, and beautiful sunsets! Due to that, is there a... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 30, 2021)--From June 5–13, the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show will showcase the best of HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece to the region and to the world! In its outdoor location of FDR Park, the Show will span 15 acres of the Park’s footprint, expanding in size to nearly 450,000 square feet of exhibits, activities, and open space for its inaugural location after 193 years. During your visit to HABITAT: Nature’s Masterpiece, explore nature, sunlight, plants, gardening, pollinators, and more! The early June dates are at the height of the gardening season, allowing for new possibilities for guests to experience seasonal flora. Beyond the early summer timing and outdoor location, the Show’s new three-District layout, more shopping opportunities, and outdoor-centric add-on activities allow a safe, exciting experience for all ages. As always, the Flower Show offers exceptional beauty and increased diversity of flowers and plants, with the most designers ever... Read more →

Rowan One Game Away from NCAA Regionals

MARIETTA, OH (May 29, 2021)-- - Sophomore Eli Atiya pitched eight scoreless innings to help seventh-ranked Rowan defeat fourth-ranked Marietta, 2-0, in the NCAA Regionals, putting the Profs just one win away from the NCAA Division III World Series. Rowan will play the winner of the Marietta vs. Penn State Behrend game on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. and needs to win just one game to advance to the World Series in Cedar Rapids, IA. Atiya kept Marietta off the board, striking out five and not allowing any walks, while giving up just five hits. Senior closer Zach Listro entered in the ninth and recorded his career-high seventh save of the season. The Profs got all the runs they needed in the fifth with just one hit, taking advantage of two hit batters, two walks, and a wild pitch. After Ryan Mostrangeli walked, Eric DiDomenico singled for the lone hit of... Read more →

Rahim Seals, 28 of Salem, Headed to Prison

CAMDEN, N.J. – A Salem County, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 57 months in prison for illegally possessing a handgun, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced. Rahim Seals, 28, previously pleaded guilty by videoconference before U.S. District Judge Noel L. Hillman to an indictment charging him with one count of possession of a firearm by a previously convicted felon. Judge Hillman imposed the sentence today by videoconference. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: On Dec. 27, 2019, while Seals was walking in Salem City, detectives from the Salem City Prosecutor’s Office attempted to arrest Seals on an outstanding warrant. Seals fled and dropped a Sig Sauer P238 .380 caliber handgun loaded with seven hollow point rounds of ammunition. Seals has three prior felony convictions, including a controlled substance offense and two resisting arrest offenses. In addition to the prison term, Judge... Read more →

Medal of Honor Recipient Cpl. Jason Dunham To Be Honored During Indy 500

(Photo by Ben Mikesell) The American Legion MAY 26, 2021FacebookTwitterMore21 On May 30 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR’s Kurt Busch will drive his Chip Ganassi Racing/GEARWRENCH No. 1 Chevy in the Coca-Cola 600. On his car will be displayed the name of Medal of Honor recipient U.S. Marine Cpl. Jason Dunham, who in 2004 died days after falling on a grenade to save the lives of multiple fellow Marines while on a reconnaissance mission in Karabilah, Iraq. American Legion Executive Director Chanin Nuntavong, a Marine veteran, was instrumental in the initiative to recognize Dunham – a gesture Dunham’s mom Deb said left her family “both humbled us and gave us a great deal of pride.” Nearly 100,000 race attendees and millions more watching from home will have the opportunity to see Dunham honored. And around five or so hours earlier around 580 miles northwest of Charlotte, an even larger in-person... Read more →

Camden County 2021 Summer Parks Concert Series

May 27, 2021 - Summer Concerts Return to Camden County The Camden County Board of Commissioners is proud to announce the return of the Summer Parks Concert Series for 2021. After concerts were suspended in 2020 to protect the health and safety of residents amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board is excited to host this year’s theme, “Welcome Back to the Show,” and to invite county residents to once again enjoy FREE concerts in the county’s parks. For a full lineup of Summer Concerts, Click Here. Kicking Off the Sundown Music Series with BAILEN Join Us for the First Concert at Haddon Heights Dell on Wednesday, June 2nd The Camden County Board of Commissioners welcomes you to the Sundown Music Series in Haddon Heights on Wednesday, June 2nd. All concerts are free to attend and start at 7 PM. BAILEN is an American alternative music group based in New York... Read more →

The 100 Safest Cities: 29 Of Those Cities Are In NJ

SALT LAKE CITY –May 24, 2021 – 7:00 a.m. SafeWise, the leading resource for all things safety and security, announced today the release of its 100 Safest Cities report for 2021—with Hopkinton, Massachusetts taking the number one spot. See the full report here: SafeWise names Hopkinton, Massachusetts the safest city in the U.S. with zero violent crime incidents per 1,000 residents and 1.61 property crime incidents per 1,000 residents, according to the latest available FBI crime data. The SafeWise report notes the 100 Safest Cities boast a collective violent crime rate that’s 92% lower than the national average. In addition, the top 100 cities report 79% fewer property crimes per 1,000 people than most of the U.S. Here are the top 10 Safest Cities in America for 2021: Hopkinton, Massachusetts Franklin, Massachusetts Buckingham Township, Pennsylvania Oakland Township, Michigan Bernards Township, New Jersey Ridgefield, Connecticut New Castle Town, New York... Read more →

William Matt, Gloucester City Councilman, Volunteer Fireman, Citizen of the Year

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ--On September 28, 2004. Age 65. Of Gloucester City. Surrounded at home by his loving wife of 40 years Anne Marie (nee Wright). Devoted father of Karen F. Shaw (husband Kenneth) of Florida Kristine M. McCormick (husband William) of Atco and Michael A. Matt (wife Erin) of Marlton. Beloved grandfather of Madison, Matt, and Kaylee McCormick. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Bill was born and raised in Philadelphia and graduated from Dobbins Vocational High School. He and his parents moved to Gloucester City in 1957. He served in the U.S. Navy for 4 years and then worked at New York Shipyard and the Philadelphia Navy Yard before becoming a self-employed salesman. Bill has been extremely active with the Gloucester City Little League for 37 years serving as a manager for 27 years treasurer for 33 years tireless fundraiser and served graciously in any capacity where he... Read more →

Officer Down: Deputy Sheriff Dan Trujillo, Deputy Sheriff James Herrera, Trooper John Harris

Deputy Sheriff Daniel Trujillo Denver Sheriff's Department, Colorado End of Watch: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 Deputy Sheriff Duke Trujillo died from complications as the result of contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty at the... Visit Memorial Deputy Sheriff James Herrera Denver Sheriff's Department, Colorado End of Watch: Sunday, May 16, 2021 Deputy Sheriff James Herrera died from complications as the result of contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty while assigned... Visit Memorial Trooper John Harris Mississippi Department of Public Safety - Mississippi Highway Patrol, Mississippi End of Watch: Friday, May 28, 2021 Trooper John Harris was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer on State Highway 16 near Old Yazoo City Road in... Visit Memorial RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial Page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published | May 30, 2021 Read more →


Scrapbook of Carmen Palmiero, Outstanding GHS/Penn State Athlete Who Died Too Soon

Carmen Palmiero, top, right, surrounded by a star CNB SPORTS: Carmen Palmiero formerly of Brooklawn was an outstanding all-around athlete at Gloucester City High School in the mid-1950s. Palmiero was a  4 sport star playing Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track. Palmiero headed to Penn State after his graduation where he excelled in Basketball Tragically Dec. 21, 1956, Palmiero and friend Stanley Goldstein died in an auto accident driving home for Christmas Vacation We were recently provided with a copy of a scrapbook by Rose Van Eck, Carmen’s sister. On-Page Three: Basketball Box Score (Campbell, St. John, Hudson, Palmiero, Neilio, Buri and Hawthorne) Auto Accident Dec. 21, 1956, City Series Champions Click on images to Enlarge Carmen Palmiero Read more →

Johnson Wins Long Jump, 4x400 Meter Relay Takes 1st; Beasley 4x400 Meter Relay, Earns All-American

ROWAN FINISHES FOURTH GREENSBORO, NC – Rowan’s Ahmir Johnson won the long jump and the 4x400 meter relay took first place at the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships on Saturday, May 29 at the Irwin Belk Track Complex. Jah’mere Beasley and the 4x100 meter relay earned All-America. Rowan finished fourth in the team scoring with 41 points. The 4x400 meter relay of Amara Conte, Hunter Barbieri, Justin Bishop and Francis Terry ran a winning time of 3:11.81. The relay received 10 points and moved the Profs up to fourth in the team scoring past Wis.-La Crosse (39) after being in fifth place. In the prelims, the 4x400 meter relay ran a time of 3:11.40 and was third going into the final. Rowan had the sixth best time (3:12.35) among the 14 national qualifiers. Johnson captured the national title with a leap of 49’ 7” (15.11 m) on his... Read more →

50th Polish American Heritage Night Hosted by the Detroit Tiger’s

By Raymond Rolak CNBNews Sports Editor Raymond Rolak. Robert Szczublewski and Paul Solarski at Comerica Park during the recent Polish-American Heritage Night. Polish American Heritage Night has been a tradition and highlight of the baseball season in Detroit since 1971. It is now celebrating its 50th year. This year the game is scheduled against the New York Yankees at Comerica Park. The game is being coordinated by Wally Ozog, Emeritus Vice-President of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America (PRCUA) headquartered in Chicago, IL. The special ticket package includes a game ticket and a donation to the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America #1593 Scholarship Fund. JoAnne Ozog has coordinated a 104-page commemorative booklet which is available for $25. Christopher Ozog was the editor and publisher. Copies are available from the St. Stan’s Scholarship Fund: 30214 Woodhouse Drive, Warren, Michigan 48092. PRCUA dancers check out "PAWS" and his colorful 'Krakovian'... Read more →

CNBNews PET TIPS: Air Travel Suggestions For Your Dog

Traveling by air with a pet can be a challenge. If you have a dog small enough to fit comfortably in an airline approved carrier that slides under the seat in front of you, it’s much easier. If your dog is not a service animal or small enough to travel in-cabin, you’re almost better off to drive to the destination. Placing an animal in cargo has a mountain of risks associated with it. There are actual horror stories about the trauma animals have suffered during air travel by cargo. There was a period of time where it seemed these stories where prevalent in news headlines. Most airlines have since attempted to improve their service to animals in cargo but there are still many factors they cannot control. To begin with the stress from simply being separated from you can be devastating to a dog. Add to that the air temp... Read more →

NEWARK'S 45 WILLIAM STREET Grand Opening Today

image courtesy of NEWARK – Baldwin Equities and Striker announce that 45 William Street will hold its grand opening May 29, 2021, 10am-2pm. 45 William Street is in the heart of Newark's arts district which is also the site of a brand-new GRAMMY Museum commissioned large-scale mosaic mural of Whitney Houston. Newark-based Artist Maude Lemaire who specializes in beautifully crafted hand-cut glass mosaic murals recently created the installation on the building over the course of several weeks. 45 William will be the first residential building in the country to offer its tenants a free membership to LinkedIn Learning. Tenants will have free access to the entire slate of over 16,000 expert-led LinkedIn Learning courses. Avi Benamu, co-founder of Baldwin Equities, offers the pilot program with LinkedIn to give Newark residents "the latest tools to improve their professional and personal skills". The new luxury apartment project at 45 William in... Read more →

Polish American Night Started 50 Years Ago, Now the Model for Inclusiveness

By Raymond Rolak Sports Editor It is a family affair for Wally and JoAnne Ozog. We are talking about the administration of the Polish American Heritage Night at Comerica Park. This year’s game is the 50th anniversary of the annual event and the opponent is the New York Yankees. Son Christopher acted as the Editor and Publisher of the commemorative program which is available for $25. The Polish Roman Catholic Union, a fraternal insurance and investment company headquartered in Chicago also supports the dance troupes that regularly entertain during pre-game activities of the event. It is an accomplishment at 104 pages. The first event was in 1971 and was the idea of Ed Browalski and Leon Zarski. Browalski was the Sports Editor of DZIENNIK-POLSKI in Detroit and was also the official scorer for the Detroit Tigers. First game festivities at old Tiger Stadium included dancers, music, floats, baseball players from... Read more →

After Maxine Waters Debacle, Congress Cancels Their VIP Air Marshal Program

Maxine Waters traveled to Minnesota from California to join the protestors accompanied by Air Marshals. An Air Marshal said said “the Washington Field Office in Washington D.C. was almost exclusively dedicated to VIP services for Congress.” We gotta stay on the street, we’ve got to get more active, we’ve got to get more confrontational, we’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business,” Waters said. Above image from youtube video A scandal-plagued “VIP” program that provided members of Congress with Federal Air Marshals (FAM) often yanked from high-risk fights has been canceled after Judicial Watch exposed it earlier this month. As a result, hundreds of FAM are sitting idly at airports around the U.S. because the “VIP missions have stopped,” according to a federal law enforcement source with firsthand knowledge of the situation. A veteran air marshal who asked not to be identified said “the Washington Field... Read more →

CAIR-NJ Welcomes School Ethics Commission Penalty on Piscataway BOE Member

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 5/26/2021) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today welcomed the New Jersey School Ethics Commission’s decision to censure Piscataway BOE member Nitang Patel. In June 2019, a flyer was distributed to predominantly Indian-American households of Hindu faith. The flyer was signed by three prominent Indian-American residents — none of them Muslim — promoting candidates who were running in the primary for County Committee. The language used against their opponents from the Central Jersey Progressive Democrats named Dr. Atif Nazir, an outspoken and admired Muslim former school board member, and called the opposing slate “a radical group under the leadership of Atif Nazir that wants to take over our township government. We cannot let that happen.” CAIR-NJ and Bromberg Law LLC filed a Complaint under the School Ethics Act against Patel alleging violations of three provisions of the Code of Ethics for... Read more →

How to Create the Perfect Home Gym

This article is for those who prefer to work out their fitness at home rather than at the gym. If space and budget are limited, you can always use sports accessories that are small in size but have huge training potential. If the size of the equipment does not matter, then your choice is truly limitless. So what pieces of equipment are important to building a home gym? The main elements of physical activity and exercise Before we start talking about exercise machines, let's get back to the basics. Many people confuse the two concepts: physical activity and exercise in fact, there is a difference between these concepts, since the former refers to any kind of movement, while the latter refers to more structured actions performed for specific purposes. Whether you want to lose weight, remove your tummy, or just get in shape, you need to choose the right interventions.... Read more →

Two New York Suspects Involved with Stabbing at Atlantic City Tropicana Casino Indicted

TRENTON – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today announced that two men from New York City have been indicted by a state grand jury for allegedly stabbing two other men during a melee inside the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., in July 2020. Jabari O. Cummings, 31, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Delroy H. McNeil, 33, of Queens, N.Y., were each indicted on Friday, May 21, 2021, on the following charges: Aggravated Assault (2nd Degree) Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (3rd Degree) Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (4th Degree) In addition, Cummings is charged with Possession of Cocaine (3rd Degree) and Tampering with Physical Evidence (4th Degree). The indictment was obtained by the Division of Criminal Justice Specialized Crimes Bureau as the result of an investigation by the New Jersey State Police Major Crime Bureau. On July 20, 2020, just before 3 a.m., a large... Read more →

Liberty Lake Day Camp Director Receives Award

BORDENTOWN, NJ – Andy Pritikin, owner and director of Liberty Lake Day Camp, has been awarded the 2021 American Camp Association Special Recognition Award for his advocacy in opening summer camps in 2020-21, and the policies put into place to ensure a safe summers for campers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. His work motivated hundreds of camps across North America to open last summer, and most of the rest to open in 2021. Pritikin, who authors nationally published parenting articles, and hosts one of the camp industry’s most listened to podcasts, has been advocating for years that “kids were already in screen/technology overload, and losing their social skills. Since the pandemic hit, these same children have been forced to stare at screens, while taken away from formative social interaction- causing bigger social, mental, and emotional issues.” In the months leading up to summer 2020, Andy became the de facto... Read more →

Philadelphia City Treasurer Charged with Tax Fraud and Failure to File Tax Returns

Dunbar was previously charged with crimes including embezzlement, marriage fraud, and naturalization fraud in September 2020 PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Christian Dunbar, 41, of Philadelphia, PA, the former Philadelphia City Treasurer, was charged by Superseding Indictment with two counts of filing a false income tax return and three counts of failure to file tax returns. Dunbar was previously charged with 14 counts of embezzlement by a bank employee, procurement of naturalization through a false statement, procurement of naturalization unlawfully, obtaining false citizenship papers, and making false statements in support of naturalization. According to the Superseding Indictment, Dunbar allegedly participated in three schemes – (1) bank embezzlement; (2) false statements submitted in his application to become a U.S. citizen; and (3) failing to file his tax returns and falsely filing returns. The Superseding Indictment includes allegations from the original Indictment that, just weeks before... Read more →

Tina Catania, of Bellmawr age 67

Tina Catania, on May 26, 2021, of Bellmawr, formerly of Barrington. Age 67. Beloved daughter of the late Rosario and Nunziata (nee Niosi). Loving sister of Anthony (Mary Ann) and Salvatore (Charlene). Also survived by her nieces and nephews, Jessica Gibson, Blake Gibson, Antonio Catania and Gage Vizzi. Tina loved to travel to the islands enjoying the sun and sand. She loved all her nieces and nephews. Tina was a great friend to everyone and a loving sister. There will be a viewing from 6pm to 9pm on Friday, May 28 and from 9am to 10am on Saturday May 29, 2021 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Mass 11:00am Saturday at St. Rose of Lima Church, Haddon Heights. Interment private. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to American Cancer Society, 1851 Old Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill NJ, 08034. ( Read more →

Rutgers University–Camden film studies graduates accepted into prestigious film schools

TO THE POINT:CAMDEN – As Starla Blatcher sees it, film can capture the magic that is happening in real life, whether it stems from romance, ambition, death, or something that is completely intangible. “I love when I’m watching a movie and I feel my heart flutter,” says the graduating theater major with afilmmaking concentration, with minors in writing and digital studies at Rutgers University–Camden. “That’s how I want to make others feel in the stories that I tell.” For Audrey Johnson, film is one of the greatest visual learning tools, and to preserve and share it is to view history one frame at a time. “If I can just preserve one film that would make a difference to someone, or influences them artistically or developmentally in some way, I would have done my job; that’s really the goal,” says Johnson, a graduating history major and film studies minor at Rutgers... Read more →

Robert W. Donnelly of Mount Laurel

Mount Laurel - Formerly of the Delair section of Pennsauken. On May 20, 2021. Age 75. Loving son of the late Eli Donnelly and Cora F. Donnelly (nee Cox). Bob loved his Christmas decorations, Lionel trains and Elvis. Relatives, friends and caregivers are kindly invited to attend his Catholic graveside service on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 2 pm at Odd Fellows Cemetery: 800 South Route 130, Burlington, NJ 08016. Please meet at main gate at 1:50 pm. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Robert W. Donnelly. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries may be made through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home: Gloucester City Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Officer Down: Conservation Officer Sarah Grell; Detective Stephen Arnold; Police Officer Scot Triplett

Conservation Officer Sarah Grell Minnesota Department of Natural Resources - Enforcement Division, Minnesota End of Watch: Monday, May 24, 2021 Conservation Officer Sarah Grell was killed in a vehicle crash at the intersection of County Road 336 and County Road... Visit Memorial OTHER RECENT LODDS View All >> Detective Stephen Arnold Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, LA End of Watch: 5/23/21 Write a Reflection Police Officer Scotty Triplett Memphis Police Department, TN End of Watch: 5/22/21 Write a Reflection RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial Page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published | May 28, 2021 Read more →

The Profs are 2-0 in the regional after Defeating St. John Fisher 6-3

MARIETTA, OHIO - Senior Nick Schooley drove in four runs and Ryan McIsaac had four hits to help No. 7 Rowan rally from a 2-0 deficit to defeat No. 17 St. John Fisher, 6-3, in the Profs' second game of the NCAA Regional at Pioneer Park. The Profs are 2-0 in the regional and will face the winner of the Marietta-North Carolina Wesleyan game on Saturday, with the time to be announced. files Senior second baseman Alex Kokos had three hits in the game to tie the Rowan record for hits in a career (228), which he shares with Mike Rucci '05. Schooley was 3-for-5 in the game with a double and four RBI, with McIsaac going 4-for-5 with a double and two runs scored. Donald Zellman (5-0) earned the win for the Profs as he struck out six in 6.1 innings of work. Jason O'Neill relieved him and... Read more →

Down The Shore:

Cape May County Prosector Announces Conclusion of "Operation Yo-Yo", Nine Suspects Arrested

Cape May Court House, New Jersey (May 28,2021)- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland, and Special Agent in Charge Susan A. Gibson of the Drug Enforcement Administration announce the conclusion of "Operation Yo-Yo" a large scale narcotics investigation initiated by the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office, Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force and the DEA. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland As of this date, (9) individuals were arrested and approximately four and a half kilograms of cocaine have been seized in Cape May County and Beaver Falls PA. Also seized was approximately $28,000 in US currency and one semiautomatic handgun. The suspected cocaine has an approximate street value in excess of $450,000. Individuals arrested as a result of this investigation: Jorge L. Goicochea, H/M, 47 years old, residing in the 400 West block of Main Street, in the Whitesboro section of Middle Township NJ, was charged with... Read more →

Bucks County DA Statement in Response to Arrest of Officer Matthew Reiss

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub: The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office has cooperated and worked with Montgomery County authorities since being made aware of the investigation into Matthew Reiss. This office protects all victims, even when the accused perpetrator is an officer of the law. We will evaluate all Bucks County criminal cases in which Reiss played a role. Hilltown Township Police Chief Chris Engelhart: On May 25, 2021, the Hilltown Township Police Department was advised that Officer Matthew Reiss, an 18-year veteran of the Police Department, was arrested by the Montgomery County Bureau of Detectives on charges of Child Pornography. We were angered and shocked at the allegations and are fully cooperating with the investigation. These acts, if true, would be a betrayal of his oath as a Police Officer, the public trust and the trust of his fellow Officers. Officer Reiss has been placed on unpaid Administrative... Read more →

Semaj T. Pittman, 21, of Willingboro and a Evesham Teenager Charged with 2020 Murder

Semaj T. Pittman Two Charged with Murder for 2020 Maple Shade Fatal Shooting Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Maple Shade Township Police Chief Christopher Fletcher announced that two people have been charged with the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old woman inside of her Lenola Road apartment in Maple Shade early last year. Semaj T. Pittman, 21, of Hewlet Lane in Willingboro, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Robbery (First Degree), Robbery (First Degree), Aggravated Assault (Second Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree), and Certain Persons Not to Possess a Weapon (Second Degree). He was served the warrant this morning inside the Burlington County Jail, where he is presently lodged on unrelated charges. A teenager from Evesham Township also has been charged with Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Robbery (First Degree) and Robbery (First... Read more →


GREENSBORO, NC – Rowan’s Dan McAleavey and Julio Lebron earned All-America in the javelin at the NCAA Track & Field Championships on Friday, May 28. The final day of the national championships is on Saturday, May 29 at the Irwin Belk Track Complex. McAleavey took second place with a throw of 206’ 6.5” (62.95 m) on his fifth attempt, which was a personal record. Lebron finished sixth and his best was on the sixth and final attempt. He threw the javelin 192’ 6” (58.67 m). The top eight finishers are All-Americans. At the 2019 NCAA Championships, McAleavey was All-American with an eighth place finish with throw 197’ 7” (60.22 m). Edgar Rosa came 10th in the javelin with 185’ 2.5” (56.45 m) on his second attempt. In the javelin, McAleavey was ranked third with 204’ 7” (62.36 m) among the national qualifiers while Rosa followed seventh (197’ 4”, 60.14 m)... Read more →


GREENSBORO, NC – Rowan’s Nicole Notarianni competed in the 100 meter hurdles at the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships on Friday, May 28 at the Irwin Belk Track Complex. Notarianni finished fifth in heat two with a time of 14.47 and was 14th overall. The top two in the three heats and the next best two advanced to the final on Saturday. Notarianni was ranked eighth among the 19 national qualifiers with a time of 14.20. This year, Notarianni was the 100 meter hurdles winner in six of eight meets. She won the conference championship in 14.66 and was named to the New Jersey Athletic Conference All-Conference first team. At the Rowan Last Chance Meet, Notarianni recorded her qualifying time, which was a personal record in the 100 meter hurdles prelims. She had a time of 14.36 in the final for first place. Notarianni came in third in... Read more →