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June 16, 2021

Cape May Councilman Arrested for Alleged Cyber Harassment of Former Girlfriend

CAPE MAY, NJ (JUNE 16, 2021)-- Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland and Chief Paul Skill, of the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, announced the arrest today of Christopher Bezaire, 43, of Cape May for alleged cyber harassment of his former girlfriend. Bezaire, is a realtor and councilman in Cape May. The prosecutor's office said the investigation has been ongoing since May. From the press release; since May 2021, detectives from the Cape May County Prosecutor's Office, with the assistance of detectives from the Middle Township Police Department, have been conducting an investigation into allegations of cyber harassment allegedly committed... Read more →


AT USA SWIMMING OLYMPIC TRIALS OMAHA, NE – Rowan alum Jesse Novak ’17 competed in the 100 meter freestyle at the USA Swimming Olympic Trials at the Chi Health Center on June 16. Novak finished 38th overall with a time of 50.01 in heat seven of the eight prelim heats in wave II of the Olympic Trials. He qualified with a time of 49.18 and was seeded 18th out of 71 swimmers in the event. The wave II cut was 49.74. USA Swimming split the meet into two waves because of Covid restrictions. The first wave was June 4-7 and... Read more →

Rutgers–Camden rising senior earns National Science Foundation research experience

TO THE POINT: CAMDEN CITY– Truth be told, recalls Aliyah Jones, it all started with a bout of procrastination. The rising Rutgers University–Camden senior was browsing her emails, trying to do anything other than start her work, when she spotted an email from one of her professors touting a National Science Foundation research experience for undergraduates (REU) at Duke University. “I saw that it was a great opportunity to work with children in a development lab,” says Jones, a double major in psychology and social work. With some advice from Rutgers–Camden’s Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising, the Sicklerville... Read more →


When investing in financial markets, we are concerned with a few things. The differences between brokers can shape our investing efficiency, costs, the markets we’re investing in, and the opportunities present. This article will take a look at what to look out for when deciding between forex brokers; the differences between them that we need to examine before giving it our money, trust, and time. Credibility of the forex to choose First and foremost, different FX brokers have varying levels of credibility. This is the most intangible point of comparison, but it’s one of the most important. Opting for brand... Read more →

West Winds Wellness, Gloucester City, and Other Pot Vendors Ordered to Cease and Desist

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews NEWARK – As New Jersey implements the State’s new adult-use cannabis law, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal today announced that the Division of Consumer Affairs today issued warning letters to businesses that claim to offer free “gifts” of marijuana or cannabis items with purchases of snacks, baked goods, or other products. The letters state that New Jersey will enforce the limits of the adult-use cannabis law to protect the integrity of the regulated market from competition by unlicensed businesses. In letters warning four New Jersey-based vendors – Sky High Munchies, Slumped Kitchen LLC, NJGreenDirect.com... Read more →

Douglas A. "Buddy" Soddy, of Voorhees

On June 13, 2021, Doug passed away suddenly, at the age of 59. Of Voorhees. Predeceased by his parents, Theodore S. Soddy and Louise Gales Soddy. Survived by his loving caregivers at Bancroft, PLAN NJ and his co-workers at Whole Foods in Marlton. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Wednesday evening, June 23rd from 4 to 6 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851 Monmouth St., Gloucester City. Graveside services will be held, Thursday morning, June 24th at 11 AM in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Gibbsboro. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of... Read more →

TCNJ Art Professor Selected to Co-Lead Author Global Art History Survey Textbook

Why a Leading NJ Arts School Professor Has Been Selected as an Author for Historic Global Art Textbook EWING, NJ June 15, 2021 – Professor of Art History in the School of the Arts and Communication at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) Dr. Deborah Hutton has been selected to co-lead author the first global art history survey textbook of the 21st century. “The History of Art: A Global View”, published by London’s Thames & Hudson, comprises 75 cohesive chapters and addresses the need to improve inclusivity in art history education. “Along with editing chapters, I helped to recommend vocabulary... Read more →

New Jersey Proposed Law Would Benefit Public Employee Unions

by Todd DeFeo | The Center Square contributor Jun 14, 2021 (The Center Square) – The New Jersey Senate Labor Committee has advanced legislation that proponents say will strengthen unions, but a right-to-work organization believes the measure doubles down on “coercive tactics” to force public workers to join the union. S-3810, the “Responsible Collective Negotiations Act,” would require public employers to obtain a union’s written agreement before changing the employment terms of an expiring or expired collective negotiations agreement. The legislation follows the United States Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling in Janus v. AFSCME. In that case, the nation’s highest court... Read more →

Op-Ed: Death Penalty Bedevils Biden

By Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor June 15, 2021 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Biden's stance on the death penalty: In 1994, Sen. Joe Biden signed a crime bill that added dozens of additional offenses to the list of crimes punishable by death. Two years ago, while campaigning for president in New Hampshire, he complimented its citizens, saying, "By the way, congratulations to ya'll ending the death penalty here." CNBNews graphic files This past March, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that the president "has grave concerns about whether capital punishment, as currently implemented, is consistent... Read more →

Culture Features of Gay Dating According to the Country

In case you live in a small town, LBGT dating options can seem virtually non-existent. Of course, that’s not always the case, but often one will have to look far beyond the confines of their hometown if they want to have the best chance at finding true love. How can you go beyond the borders of what you define as “home” and “usual”? Can you meet a potential partner when you go to another city, or should you connect with them online first? Let’s find out! Is gay dating harder than finding a straight partner? There’s no way around it:... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Barbara Pagan named to Dean's List at Cumberlands WILLIAMSBURG, KY (06/03/2021)-- In recognition of academic performance, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs at University of the Cumberlands has announced the students named to the Dean's List for the spring 2021 semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, students must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours (a full course load), maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.50, and be in good academic standing. Barbara Pagan of West Deptford, NJ (08096) is one of the students named to the spring 2021 Dean's List. Well... Read more →

CNBNews Pet Tips: Dog Breeding for Domestic Purposes

Peyton Cleary as a puppy The biggest problem that one faces in big cities is maintaining the security of home. Burglary and theft are relevant these days and it’s absolutely necessary to make some safety arrangements for their home against such cases. Hence having a puppy at home serves the dual purpose of securing the home against the thieves and having a pet for their home. There are several agencies in the world which rear and supply dogs for the needy people. Even though there are several breeds of dogs which are being reared by the people, bulldogs are favorite... Read more →

What is Credit Repair and How It Works

In recent years, the credit repair industry in the United States has been growing. Providers help millions of consumers every year. They liaise with bureaus, lenders, and collectors to correct unfair credit scores. These services save time and spare customers the hassle of DIY repair. So, what credit scores are wrong? Both FICO and VantageScore use data from three reporting agencies — TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. If any of the reports contain errors, these may drag the total down. Top-rated credit repair specialists on creditrepairpartner.com identify such mistakes, gather evidence, and dispute them formally on your behalf. What Makes a... Read more →

How Much will Alzheimer's Increase in Your State?

The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the first new treatment for Alzheimer's disease in about 20 years. Currently available Alzheimer's drugs treat the disease's symptoms. The newly-approved medicine, called Aduhelm, is the first to attack a substance that could be associated with the underlying causes of the disease -- a toxic and sticky protein in the brain called amyloid. The Alzheimer's Association estimates that 6.0 million Americans 65 and older were living with the disease as of 2020, or 12% of the 65 and over population. As more and more of the baby boomer generation reaches that age,... Read more →