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June 5, 2021

Students Seeking Mental Health Help Often Stranded On Waiting Lists

‘I Just Couldn’t Hang On’ There's a booming demand for mental health services for college students, and the institutions just can't keep up. In other public health news, cancer rates and geography, a rare brain disease, heart stents, e-cigarettes and more. Stat: As Mental Health Crises Soar, Colleges Can't Meet Student NeedsColleges across the country... Read more →

CNB Pet Tips: The Right Dog Training Helps Your Dog to Behave

Stay Peyton....Smile! Good Girl! (CNBNews photo) If you are owner of a dog or planning to own a one, you must understand the need of giving it proper training. It is difficult to live with untrained dog. It can bite you or your family members. So if you want your pet to behave according to... Read more →

Pauline M. Hale (nee Jones), of Blackwood; formerly of Westville

Pauline M. Hale (nee Jones), on May 31, 2021, of Blackwood; formerly of Westville. Age 76. Beloved wife of John Hale. Devoted mother of Dawn Pizzo (David) and the late Stacey Hubbell and stepmother of Jen, Melissa, and John Jr. Loving grandmother of Amber Lynn and Vincent Pizzo. Dear sister of Alice Jandura (Frank) and... Read more →

Slow Down, Move Over to Save Lives

Twenty-two emergency responders killed on roadways in 2021 (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick Callahan, along with a coalition of transportation agencies that comprise the NJ Traffic Incident Management (NJTIM) task force, today announced the launch of a bumper sticker and poster... Read more →

Bloomsburg University Announces Dean's List for Spring 2021

BLOOMSBURG, PA (06/03/2021)-- Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania congratulates the nearly than 2,300 students who were named to the Spring 2021 Dean's List. A full-time student whose semester GPA is 3.5 or higher in 12 or more semester hours of course work for which a grade or grades are received are named to the Dean's List.... Read more →

7 Registered Burlington County Sex Offenders Indicted for Failing to Report Addresses

BURLINGTON CITY, NJ--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that seven registered sex offenders have been indicted by a grand jury for changing their residences without notifying law enforcement authorities. Under New Jersey law, registered sex offenders who plan to move to a new residence must notify police in the town where they presently live about... Read more →

Virtua Health’s Mobile Grocery Store Celebrates 1,000th Customer

The rolling supermarket marked the milestone with balloons, gifts, and recognition of its 1,000th shopper (WILLINGBORO, NJ) Since hitting the road in February, Virtua Health’s “Eat Well” Mobile Grocery Storehas taken off! The store-on-wheels – which brings healthy, affordable food to six South Jersey communities in need each week – recently served its 1,000th customer.... Read more →

CNB Travel Alert: Utility Work to Affect Market/King Streets in Gloucester City

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics CORRECTION (Lindenwold, NJ) – Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works, has been notified by PSE Electric that crews will be continuing circuit work in Gloucester City next week beginning Monday, June 7. “Please allow yourself extra time if your route takes you through the affected traffic area... Read more →

Wheaton Knocks Rowan into Loser's Bracket

Rowan's baseball team was knocked into the double-elimination loser's bracket on Friday by Wheaton. The Profs play today, Saturday at 5:30pm. The photo was taken at Veterans Memorial Stadium, Cedar Rapids, IA CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – Wheaton (21-5) scored two runs in the first inning and never looked back as it handed Rowan a 6-0... Read more →

Joann Stefano (nee Siecker), on June 1, 2021, of Runnemede

Joann Stefano (nee Siecker), on June 1, 2021, of Runnemede, formerly of Turnersville, Bridgeport and Hawaii. Age 65. Beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (nee Melillo) Siecker. Devoted Sister of Dawn Swiderski (John), Jennifer Munyon (Bruce) and Marie Donahue (Kevin). Loving niece of Anne Gill. Also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.... Read more →

Your Money: Biden's $1.5 Trillion Budget Bounces between Hope and Reality

Jun 4, 2021 | The President’s Fiscal Year (FY2022) budget request came and went. Unveiled at 1:30 PM on the Friday before Memorial Day, it fell just short of an unprecedented June release. One precedent it does make, unfortunately, is a wholehearted endorsement of deep and enduring federal deficits. While there are some positive aspects,... Read more →