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July 26, 2021

Two Indicted for Shooting at Pemberton Police Officer

Bullet struck the roof of the patrol car, just inches above the officer’s head Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that two men have been indicted for shooting at the patrol vehicle of a Pemberton Township police officer seven years ago in the Sunbury Village section of Pemberton Township. Tayron Brown, 24, (left) of Trenton, was indicted on charges of Attempted Murder (First Degree), Conspiracy to Commit Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Aggravated Assault (Third Degree). Brown’s co-defendant, Kavon Carter, 23, of Pemberton Township,... Read more →

13 Reasons to Explore Summer in the City with Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia

Families can take summer vacation to new heights with a multiday getaway at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Highest Situated Hotel in North America Discover the tallest building in The City of Brotherly Love and allow the anticipation to build as the the beacon of light comes into view from highway, train, or plane. The Hotel occupies the top 12 floors of the 1,120 foot (340 metre) skyscraper, providing every guest room with unobstructed views of Philadelphia and its historic landmarks. Stay from Sunday to Friday and explore special rates and exclusive offers for an extra night above the clouds. Download... Read more →

A CNBNews OPRA Request for the Police Weekly Call Log Uncovers 491 Incidents Between June 29-July 7

UPDATED EDITOR'S NOTE: The information below, including a previous article about the large crowd of people, congregated at the Chosen Profection Soul Food on July 3 was obtained from an Open Public Records Act (OPRA) request submitted by CNBNews. The police department stopped issuing a weekly crime report some time ago. As such we requested the release of the department's Activity Log for the period of June 29 through July 7, 2021. From the 491 incidents that were listed on the 103 pages we received, we were able to compile the list of crimes and other incidents that appear below.... Read more →


On Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed three bills that aim to replace every single lead water pipe in the state within the next decade. The $2.65 billion effort will be paid for via water companies and perhaps federal funding. This makes New Jersey the first state in the nation to have a "hard target" to get rid of lead pipes, an expert at New Jersey Policy Perspective says. (NorthJersey) "[The project to rid the state of lead water service lines is] not going to just be wishful thinking. It's going to be an achievable and an affordable reality," Gov. Phil... Read more →

How Sports Betting Got to be Popular Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic 

The Coronavirus widespread constrained the suspension of the NBA MLB, NHL, and proficient soccer seasons and the through and through the cancellation of the NCAA Walk Franticness tournament. The Tokyo Olympics have been delayed until at slightest 2021. So what are sports bettors wagering on now? If there are constrained sports to bet on, sports betting will endure. With suspended and canceled occasions and competitions, discourses amid the webinar highlighted the re-emergence of the apparition and fake recreations, weight on inviting entertainments, lower associations, and modern sports. Esports and online competitions took off amid the widespread. Limited travel openings brought... Read more →

Students Receive Degrees at Miami University Spring Commencement OXFORD, OH (07/26/2021)-- Miami University awarded degrees to students during spring commencement May 14-16, 2021 Claire Haitsch of Haddonfield, NJ (08033) graduated with a BA in History of Art & Arch in Art & Architecture History, Arts Management Hengli Zhu of Pennsauken, NJ (08110) graduated with a B.S. in Business in Information Systems &Analytics The most recent complete candidates for graduation lists are always available for downloading at commencement, dean's and president's lists. Nationally recognized as one of the most outstanding undergraduate institutions, Miami University is a public university located in Oxford,... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Vancouver Detective Jeremy Brown Shot and Killed on Stakeout

VANCOUVER--Detective Jeremy Brown was shot and killed while conducting surveillance at an apartment complex in the 3500 block of Northeast 109th Avenue in Vancouver. He was approached by three people and was shot as he sat in his vehicle. Two subjects were arrested near the scene, but another remains at large. Detective Brown had served with the Clark County Sheriff's Office for 15 years and was assigned to the Clark-Vancouver Drug Task Force. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had previously served with the Washington State Department of Corrections and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office in Montana. RELATED:... Read more →

Four Tips For Preventing Dog Attacks On Mail Carriers

(NAPSI)—Can you picture a member of your family attacking a mail carrier? Of course you couldn't, but it happened 5,714 times last year across the nation. Dearborn, Mich., letter carrier Tameka Toliver recalls being pinned on a porch by a dog that bit her above her knee. "It happened so fast, even with all my training, I barely had time to react," Toliver said last year. "I'm still scared when I get close to that house because I remember the attack so vividly. It takes a long time to get over the fear." When a dog attacks a letter carrier,... Read more →

PET TIPS: The Benefits Of Hemp, Krill And Salmon Oil

A unique combination of hemp seed, krill and salmon oil has significant health benefits for pets both internally and externally. (NAPSI)—If yours is among the nearly seven in 10 U.S. households with pets, you may be glad to learn of a good way to keep them healthy. Hemp seed, krill and salmon oil are some of nature’s best sources of natural essential fatty acids: omega-3 and omega-6 (EPA and DHA). Why Pets Need Them Essential fatty acids cannot be produced in the body and must be supplied by other sources to help ensure optimal health and wellness for your pet... Read more →

Members of Rowan Track and Field Named to NCAA Division III All-Academic Athletic List

NEW ORLEANS, LA - Eight student-athletes from the Rowan men’s track & field team have been named 2021 NCAA Division III All-Academic Athletes as announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Senior Vincent Delle, junior Hunter Barbieri, sophomores Ian Bain and Soham Kolli, and freshmen Nana Agyemang, Amara Conte, Nick Kokolis and Husley Parades were among the 450 student-athletes honored nationally for maintaining a cumulative grade-point average of 3.30 or higher. Additionally, Rowan was named one of the nation’s All-Academic Teams as it posted a cumulative team GPA of 3.3. The Profs also hold... Read more →

Officer Down: Reserve Deputy Sheriff Tom Larry Hoobler, Childress County, Texas, Suffers Heart Attack

TOM LARRY HOOBLER Age 74 Tour 18 years Badge Not available INCIDENT DETAILS Cause Heart attack Directing Traffic, Parade Childress County, Texas-- Reserve Deputy Sheriff Tom Hoobler suffered a fatal heart attack shortly after directing traffic during an unusually hot and humid day at the Childress Old Settlers Rodeo parade. He had completed his traffic detail when he responded to assist with a disabled traffic trailer on U.S. 287 east of Childress. He passed away while sitting in his patrol car while waiting for a tow truck. Reserve Deputy Hoobler had served with the Childress County Sheriff's Office for 18... Read more →