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July 15, 2021

“California Girl” Michelle Phillips NFTs sells for $100,000 with ViciNFT, the Popular Crytocurrency

LA, CA. – “California Girl” Michelle Phillips, actress, co-writer of several songs for The Mamas & The Papas, and lead vocalist auctioned 10 “non-fungible tokens” or “NFTs,” of her hand drawn sketch of the group’s image through ViciNFT June 29, netting $100,000 in Ether, the popular cryptocurrency. (NFT is a term for digital memorabilia recorded to a blockchain; in this case, the Ethereum blockchain.) The auction gives 25% to support the Painted Turtle, which offers its flagship “Camp for Kids” with serious medical conditions. “I am delighted to be able to help so many children through these auctions,” Michelle Phillips... Read more →

*Johnny Gaudreau Golf Tournament and Silent Auction Benefits GCHS Students

The online auction for the 5th Annual Johnny Gaudreau Scholarship Golf Tournament is now posted! Visit the link below and register to bid on many exciting items: Click here to view Online Auction! Items up for bid include: * Atlantic 10 Championship Tournament Gift Package, including championship tickets for semi-finals and finals March 2022 at the CapitalOne Arena in Washington, DC. * Philadelphia Eagles' preseason tickets to the game vs. Pittsburgh Steelers in August 2021. * One-hour private lesson in August 2021 with Johnny Gaudreau! * Rental of a private villa in the National Park of Cilento, Italy for 12;... Read more →

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

Palmiero family photo provided Editor's Note: We believe this the Charles Street Stadium, in Gloucester City. The factories in the background would be the former Ruberoid later known as GAF and West Virginia Paper and Pulp also known as Hinde & Dauch. Carmen is in the center causing the finish line. That might be Mr. John Kunz Sr. holding the tape. Kunz was head track coach, assistant football coach, senior class adviser. If you recognize anyone in the photo please send the information to CNBNews1@gmail.com. BROOKLAWN, NJ (July 15, 2021)--Carmen Palmiero of Brooklawn was an outstanding all around athlete at... Read more →


There's currently a limit on how much state and local taxes (SALT) you can deduct: it's $10,000. But a pending plan in the U.S. Senate would make this income and property tax deduction unlimited — eventually. This would give high-tax states, like New Jersey, a break. "My understanding is there is a SALT provision in there that would provide relief," said U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez. "We’ve got to lift that cap," Gov. Phil Murphy added. (NJ.com) PARENTS SUE MURPHY OVER MASK MANDATES IN SCHOOLS A group of parents called Free NJ Kids is suing Gov. Phil Murphy and the state... Read more →

Philadelphia Internal Revenue Service announced its “Dirty Dozen” list for 2021

URGES AMERICANS TO WATCH OUT FOR TAX SCAMS DURING THE PANDEMIC PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Internal Revenue Service announced its “Dirty Dozen” list for 2021 with a warning for taxpayers, tax professionals and financial institutions to be on the lookout for these 12 nefarious schemes and scams. Taxpayers are encouraged to review the “Dirty Dozen” list in a special section on IRS.gov and should be alert to these scams during tax filing season and throughout the year. This year’s “Dirty Dozen” is separated into four separate categories: pandemic-related scams like Economic Impact Payment theft; personal information cons including phishing, ransomware... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: The Atlantic City Vegan Food Festival

The Atlantic City Vegan Food Festival returns to the boardwalk on Saturday, July 17! Saturday General Admission Tickets are $20, June 1 through July 16. Sunday General Admission Tickets are $15, June 1through July 16 Tickets purchase on the day of the event are $25 for Saturday and $20 for Sunday Kids 13 and under are free Hotel room block reservations: https://bit.ly/3fFgmuF Here's the scoop! The Atlantic City Vegan Food Festival is entirely outside. All local and state health department requirements in place at the time of the event must be followed by all attendees and vendors. We can't wait... Read more →

NJ Health School Announces Initiative for Nation’s First Trauma-Informed Campus

With $1 Million VOCA Grant EWING, NJ July 15, 2021 – Healthcare experts in the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science (SNHES) at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) are transforming the state university into the nation’s first trauma-informed campus with a new education support collaboration, AmIOK. The program is funded by a $1 million Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant. Servicing TCNJ and the greater Mercer County area, AmIOK helps college students who experience a crime or traumatic event with a 24-hour confidential hotline operated by trained counsellors and nurse practitioners. The program’s comprehensive healing approach includes medical... Read more →

Will the Philadelphia Lottery Ever Attract Worldwide Players?

Lottery gaming is a pastime that many people enjoy, but it is also something that is currently undergoing massive changes around the world. Not every player will have noticed this, especially those that are loyal to their local draws. You can play locally or online when it comes to the Philadelphia lottery, but in the future that could all change. We are seeing lottery gaming go around the world, with people from other countries or other states trying their luck on lotteries which are not local to them. Some do this as an additional attempt to win, on top of... Read more →

CNB Fishing Maryland: Striped Bass Closure in the Chesapeake Bay July 16 Through July 31

Maryland Fishing Report – July 14 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Dien Mbaku spent a summer day fishing for northern snakeheads near the Blackwater River in Dorchester County. Photo courtesy of Dien Mbaku Summer heat is upon us and many are seeking relief near waters across the state, from cool mountain streams of Western Maryland to the surf and offshore sites of the Atlantic Ocean. This is a good opportunity to seek and pursue the wide variety of fish found in our waters. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers the upcoming striped bass closure period... Read more →


Climb Aboard for a Battleship New Jersey Summer Tour Take a Tour this Weekend Aboard the Historic Battleship Now guests visiting the Battleship will get an extra hour to tour our nation’s most decorated and largest battleship! The Battleship’s Summer Tour Hours will be opening every day at 11am with the final tour departing at 4pm, which means you can stay aboard the ship to tour until 5:30pm. That’s one more hour to climb inside the massive 16-inch gun turret, check out the bunks that the sailors used to sleep on, track a tomahawk missile in the Combat Engagement Center,... Read more →

NJ Students Named to Hamilton College Spring 2021 Dean's List

CLINTON, NY (07/14/2021)-- The following local residents were named to the Dean's List at Hamilton College for the spring 2021 semester: Gregory Bauman of Moorestown (08057). Bauman, a rising junior majoring in physics, is a graduate of Moorestown High School. Abigail Henkel of Haddon Township (08108). Henkel, a May graduate, majored in anthropology and French and francophone studies at Hamilton. Matthew Knowlton of Cinnaminson (08077). Knowlton, a May graduate, majored in world politics at Hamilton. Ethan McDevitt of Moorestown (08057). McDevitt, a rising senior majoring in music and physics, is a graduate of Moorestown High School. To be named to... Read more →

How to Find the Right Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve been injured and you want to pursue a claim, your best bet is to hire a personal injury lawyer to help you with your case. As you begin your search, you may notice that personal injury lawyers are abundant. So how can you choose the right one? This article will lay out some tips to make the best decision to hire a personal injury lawyer. 1. Check Their Practice Areas There are many ways that a person can get injured. Different personal injury lawyers tend to specialize in certain types of injuries. Most specialize in more than one... Read more →

Gloucester Township Police Report Rash of Vehicle Burglaries and Thefts; Release #9PMRoutine Suggestions

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--Three suspects were captured on several home surveillance cameras systems walking down Argyle and Fraser Roads in the Chestnut Glen Development (across from Highland High School) checking for unlocked vehicle doors. They appear to have arrived at the development in a dark color SUV just prior. Several vehicles in the development were entered with proceeds stolen. Get into the #9PMRoutine each evening, ensure the following tasks have been completed: - Vehicles, residences, garages, windows, gates, sheds have been LOCKED. - Exterior lights, security cameras, alarm systems have been activated. - Valuables from vehicles (including keys), in your yards,... Read more →


What is a HEERF II Grant? What is HEERF II? A HEERF II grant is a federal grant made possible by the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA): Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II). An earlier version of this program was known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. CCP received $31,849,546 in HEERF II funds and will use at least $8,051,216 toward emergency grants for students. Per the U.S. Department of Education, these grants may be used by students to pay for any component of the student’s cost of attendance education and/or... Read more →

Authorities Charge Willingboro Man in Edgewater Park Double Homicide

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Edgewater Park Township Police Chief Robert D. Hess announced that a 33-year-old Willingboro man has been arrested for fatally shooting two men who were inside a vehicle in the parking lot of a Woodlane Road apartment complex earlier this year in Edgewater Park Township. Andre Price, of the first block of Endwell Lane, was charged with two counts of Murder (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree) and Certain Persons Not to Possess Weapons (Second Degree). Price was taken into custody July... Read more →

Kutztown University Set to Welcome New Jersey Residents to the Golden Bear Family for Fall 2021

KUTZTOWN, PA (07/14/2021)-- Kutztown University is pleased to welcome the newest members of the Golden Bear family, including both new incoming freshmen and transfer students, for the upcoming 2021 fall semester. Colin Ems of Medford, NJ (08055). Alexandra Fasano of Marlton, NJ (08053). Gabrielle Waldman of Marlton, NJ (08053). Olivia Eilbacher of Cherry Hill, NJ (08034). Juliana Donato of Cedarville, NJ (08311). Brianna Stocklin of Deptford, NJ (08096). Christina Alepa of Lumberton, NJ (08048). Andrew Mann of Medford, NJ (08055). Alexa Burroughs of Medford, NJ (08055). Shane Thompson of Cherry Hill, NJ (08034). Jahiad Cook-Graham of Magnolia, NJ (08049). Matthew... Read more →

Burlington County Jury Convicts Pemberton Man of Murder for 2017 Fatal Shooting

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a jury found a Pemberton Township man guilty yesterday of fatally shooting a man in the Sunbury Village section of Pemberton Township in March 2017. After deliberating for approximately eight hours over two days, the jury returned a verdict of guilty on a single count of Murder (First Degree) against Douglas Lewis, 25, of Fort Dix Road. The Hon. Gerard H. Breland, J.S.C. scheduled sentencing for September 10. Lewis has been in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly since his arrest in August 2018. The investigation began on March 21, 2017 when... Read more →