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August 2021

GCity Politics : Dayl Baile Explains Why He Wants To Be Your Mayor; Only 63 Days to Election

With Your Help, Would Like to Be Gloucester City’s Next Mayor GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 31, 2021)--I am honored to be running for Mayor of Gloucester City. I believe I am uniquely qualified to serve in this position since I am a lifelong resident, current Council Member, active leader, and volunteer in many of our community organizations as well as being a successful business owner. If I am trusted with your vote, I promise to work hard on your behalf and always be accessible to my fellow citizens and neighbors. JUST 63 DAYS TO NOVEMBER 2, 2021/CNBNEWS GRAPHIC My wife... Read more →


Brooklawn and Mt. Ephraim Fire Departments Respond to Bus Fire at New Broadway and Marne Road

photo credit Linda Dewechter (BROOKLAWN, NJ)(August 31, 2021)(CNBNews)--A bus caught on fire in Brooklawn this morning around 10 AM at the intersection of New Broadway and Marne Road. Firefighters from Brooklawn and Mount Ephraim Fire Departments responded to the call. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is not known. Thanks to Linda Dewechter, of Linda Cuts, 115 New Broadway, Brooklawn for the photos. If you see something happening send a text to 856-981-8564 or via email at CNBNews1@gmail.com photos credit Linda Dewechter Read more →


DOE Approves NJ’s Plan for Use of American Rescue Plan Funds to Support K-12 Schools

DOE Distributes Remaining $923 Million To State Today, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) announced the approval of New Jersey’s American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) plan and distributed remaining ARP ESSER funds to them. New Jersey’s plan details how the state is using and plans to use ARP ESSER funds to safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and equitably expand opportunity for students who need it most, particularly those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As schools and states gear up for the return to school, the Department released the Return... Read more →


CONGRATULATIONS: OneOf Named the Official Collectible NFT Partner for The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival

August 31, 2021 -- OneOf - the “Green NFT” platform built for all music fans, and iHeartMedia have teamed up to create the Official Collectible NFT for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival. One of the most anticipated events in music every year, the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival is returning to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas this September 17 and 18, with a star-studded lineup, and two nights of non-stop chart-topping hits from the world's biggest artists. For more information on the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival, go to https://www.iheart.com/music-festival. Backed by music legend Quincy Jones, OneOf is designed specifically for the... Read more →


SEO Title: Is It Worth It Tipping Toronto Movers?  

How Much Should You Tip Your Toronto Movers? After you have found an apartment and have set a moving day, the next thing to do is to find professional Toronto movers. There are many movers, and most charge differently depending on how many items you are moving, the distance, and your location. After identifying a moving company and hiring them, they will send a team to come help with your moving. These people pack your belonging in the old apartment, move them to the new house and unpack. Seeing them doing this much work might make you consider tipping the... Read more →


Rowan to Host 2021 NCAA Division III Cross Country Metro Regional Championship

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan University has been selected to host the 2021 NCAA Division III Cross Country Metro Regional Championship on November 13 at DREAM Park in Logan Township, NJ. It marks the third time in the last six years, and first since 2018, that Rowan has been chosen to host the meet. This marks the first year of a new 10-region model for men’s and women’s cross country, replacing the eight-region system which was in effect for nearly 40 years. The updated list of regions is comprised of: East, Great Lakes, Metro, Mid-Atlantic, Mideast, Midwest, Niagara, North, South and... Read more →


How Can CBD Improve Your Life

CBD is so beneficial that you can probably utilize it for activities that you do regularly in your life. When compared to THC, CBD is more concerned with health advantages than with getting high or having a good time. Millions of Americans can get their fix of weed, whether for recreational purposes or therapeutic purposes, thanks to medical marijuana. When we talk about the benefits of marijuana, we are usually referring to cannabidiol (CBD), which has caused the industry to explode. Many online headshops are now selling CBD products, such as Grasscity, and it’s this availability that has helped the... Read more →


LEAP Academy University Charter School Educator Named Camden County Teacher of the Year

Sonia Chugh Teaches English as a Second Language at the Camden-based Charter School Sonia Chugh, (photo) an English as a second language (ESL) instructor at LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden, has been recognized as Camden County Teacher of the Year, one of 21 teachers in New Jersey who were awarded this honor. Chugh, who holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Northern Iowa, brings 20 years of experience to her students and creates an environment in her classroom where students of all backgrounds and cultures feel comfortable and ready to learn. Chugh credits her award... Read more →


Rutgers’ Class of 2025: A Resilient Group Ready for New Challenges

Rutgers welcomes more than 13,000 students this fall, one of the most diverse classes in history Photo credit: Wesley Roberts/Rutgers University The incoming Class of 2025 – more than 9,200 first-year and 3,800 transfer students, among the most diverse in university history – is coming to Rutgers after having stood up to challenges unseen in generations that disrupted their education and their lives. They adjusted and sometimes struggled to meet the demands of remote learning that filled many school days since the start of the pandemic. They overcame tragedy and faced difficult circumstances but are accomplished and eager for a... Read more →


How to Build Credit Score Fast

Still, what is the best way to build a credit rate fast? A credit rating is an assessment of a borrower's credit history. It includes an assessment of their debts. The level of the credit rating or scoring grade depends on the conscientiousness of loan repayments, timely payment of alimony, payment of fines, etc. This rating is formed by the credit bureaus based on data from banks and MFIs. You should know about the best way to build credit fast. What Obvious Factors Affect Credit Rating? Positive Current or repaid loans from banks; No delays in loan repayment; Regular loan... Read more →


The New Jersey NJ LGBTQ Democratic Caucus Awards Dinner, October 1

The New Jersey NJ LGBTQ Democratic Caucus is scheduled to host their annual Awards Dinner on Friday, October 1, 2021, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The location is at the Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey. To buy a ticket or support the event, please visit: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/lgbtqdems2020awards “We are thrilled to get the LGBTQ+ community and allies together for our upcoming awards dinner and to support our LGBTQIA candidates running this campaign cycle”, said Lauren Albrecht, Chair of New Jersey Democratic LGBTQ Caucus. “We also are excited to highlight the hard work we have done this past year... Read more →


32 Teens Died From Gunfire In Philadelphia in 2021

Johann Calhoun/source Philadelphia Chalkbeat Philadelphia police said 137 victims under the age of 18 have been injured from gun violence this year. Thirty-two have been homicides. Today is the first day of school for Philly students and these numbers are cause for concern for city and school officials as they seek volunteers to help with programs and initiatives aimed at keeping students safe. During a recent virtual press conference officials from the city, police department, and Office of School Safety outlined ways in which the public can help protect students, among them the neighborhood watch program Safe Corridors. The announcement... Read more →


Common Mistakes of New Online Casinos

In recent times, the Ireland gambling Industry has witnessed explosive growth like similar markets in Europe and Asia. New online casinos are emerging at a faster rate. Going by the growth in numbers, the gambling industry has become a lucrative business option for interested investors. The new online casinos that are emerging have been subjected to several evaluations. Individual platforms, players, and regulatory bodies often rank and qualify online casinos. Everyone has their bias and yardstick of measuring and qualifying online casinos. However, the best new online casinos in 2021 are known to maintain standards, plus bringing different add-ons and... Read more →


Philadelphia schools to test only symptomatic students, but teachers union opposes change

Dale Mezzacappa After randomly testing students for COVID last year, the Philadelphia school district plans to focus only on symptomatic students when school starts in less than two weeks — a change the teachers union opposes. Union President Jerry Jordan said that testing “must include asymptomatic students,” or those who are infected but don’t show any signs of the disease. But Superintendent William Hite said at Thursday’s board meeting that “it is more valuable for students to be in classrooms receiving instruction than to be removed for testing.” He said that the district wide student positivity rate was less than... Read more →


CNBNEWS EXCLUSIVE: A Number of Candidates Have Filed for November's Election in Gloucester City

UPDATED/CORRECTION William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Gloucestercitynews.net graphic file GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 30, 2021)--This November's election in Gloucester City will have three different groups offering candidates for the positions on a council that is open. When Mayor Dan Spencer resigned suddenly in April he still had a year and a half left on his four-year term. His resignation set up the following chain of events. Democrat Councilman at large Pat Keating stepped down from his position and was appointed to the mayor's seat until this November's election. The fact that there were two unexpected openings on the council... Read more →


Page 14: Scrapbook of Carmen Palmiero, Outstanding GHS/Penn State Athlete Who Died Too Soon

Carmen Palmiero formerly of Brooklawn was Carmen Palmiero formerly of Brooklawn was an outstanding all around athlete at Gloucester City High School in mid 1950’s. 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 Palmiero and a friend died in an auto accident driving home for Christmas in his Sophomore year. We were recently provided with a copy of a scrapbook by Rose Van Eck, Carmen’s sister. Hope this column provides an insight into Carmen both the man and athlete. Not sure of... Read more →


CCGOP Chairman:Democrats have used the COVID-19 pandemic for political gain for too long

Camden County GOP Calls Out City Of Camden Over False Social Media Post, City Deletes Comments, Then Deletes Post HADDON HEIGHTS – Camden County Republican Chairman Rich Ambrosino congratulated his social media team for calling out the City of Camden for a misleading COVID-19 social media post and ultimately seeing the City remove the post. Gloucestercitynews.net graphics At issue is that the City of Camden stated in a Facebook post that “99.9% of the people contracting COVID-19 are unvaccinated.” Camden County Republicans commented, in part, “99% of those contracting COVID-19 survive unless they were in Governor Phil Murphy nursing homes.”... Read more →


The Best DeFi Development Services

The DeFi or Decentralized Finance is backed by high-quality decentralized networks which can transform conventional premises into digital forms. Unlike centralized apps, these finance defi development are transparent and permissionless. The main concept of DeFi is the elimination of the intermediary to govern the protocols and transactions. Instead, the role of the intermediary will be replaced by smart contracts. The adoption of the decentralized finance defi development in communities is also called an open finance movement which can build the global financial system. That means people from around the world can have access to the particular solution regardless of their... Read more →


TWU Local 234 Negotiators Meet with SEPTA Officials Tuesday to Discuss Union Contract

Current agreement for SEPTA’s largest group of union workers expires Oct. 31, hazard pay and leave policies among top issues. PHILADELPHIA – Negotiators for Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 and SEPTA management will meet across the bargaining table at Noon, Tues., Aug. 31 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center to exchange proposals. “Life happens,” said TWU President Willie Brown. “In addition to the usual bargaining over wages and benefits, leave for parents and others caring for family members along with hazard pay are major issues for this round of contract talks.” Brown added, “Death and illness also happen. Other transit... Read more →


REPORT Reveals: Just 1 In 4 Newark High School Students Who Took AP tests Passed This Year

Patrick WallAug 26, 2021 CHALKBEAT Newly released SAT and AP test scores show that Newark high school students did not meet college-readiness standards last school year. Getty Images CNBNews EDITOR NOTE: Newark is one of 31 ABBOTT DISTRICTS. Some Abbott districts in South Jersey include Camden City, Gloucester City, Millville, Pleasantville, Salem and Vineland. According to Wikepedia 60 percent of New Jersey's education aid goes to the Abbotts.[4] Abbott districts are school districts in New Jersey that are provided remedies to ensure that their students receive public education in accordance with the state constitution. They were created in 1985 as... Read more →


Arthur Disanto, of Pennsylvania Charged with Attempted Murder for Allegedly Wounding a Gloucester County Cop

Camden, N.J. – Charges have been filed against Arthur Disanto, 41, of Delaware County, PA, in an August 23rd incident in Gloucester County in which Disanto allegedly exchanged gunfire with police, wounding a police officer, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. Disanto was also wounded during the incident. The police-involved shooting remains under investigation by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. Disanto was wanted for allegedly shooting a woman in Media, PA in July. On August 23rd, he evaded capture by police in Folcroft, PA and fled to Deptford Township in Gloucester County, NJ. Members of several Gloucester... Read more →


How to Play GameCube ISO on Your Computer

Remember the first innovative Nintendo console that started using optical discs as its primary storage medium? We will bet. It's hard to believe that Japanese and American Nintendo console game fans welcome GameCube ISO; it's been almost 20 years. In 2001, the Nintendo GameCube console received a lot of attention for its unique design and innovative features and its vast new game library. As you know, there is an ardent connoisseur of the GameCube heritage that still mourns the loss of old GameCube consoles that are hard to come by these days. But the point is that you no longer... Read more →


Online slots: a simple game with an opportunity to earn

Virtual reality fills the space around us. There is no escape from this tendency, but it can be used with benefit. You shouldn't just sit at the computer, it's better to go to the site and test your luck in online slots. But before that, it is better to study some points of how the game takes place. Wild reels play stand out among the popular ones; many experienced users prefer to play this slot. Why a virtual game? More and more people are moving to the virtual world, preferring to spend their time at the computer. This allows you... Read more →


Remembering 9/11 — FBI

Immediately after the attacks, the FBI’s top job was to identify the attackers and prevent another incident. Experts in terrorism, evidence collection, and other specialties worked feverishly to determine what had happened and who was responsible. The FBI also coordinated with its partners in law enforcement and the intelligence community domestically and abroad as it launched its most ambitious investigation ever. Within minutes, officials at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., activated the Strategic Information and Operations Center. By the end of the day, the FBI had established command posts for each of the three crash sites. Thousands of agents interviewed... Read more →


Video: FoxNews Tucker Carlson Interviews NJ Gov. in April 2020 Regarding Lockdown of State

Thursday, April 16, 2020 New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy ignores Bill of Rights Murphy said he was thinking of stopping the spread of the coronavirus, which has killed more than 3,000 in New Jersey, and not the Bill of Rights when he issued the rules. source https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG7SglDjeOM RELATED: Gloucester City Residents/Friends Of CNBNews Reflect On *Wuhan/Coronavirus CNB Opinion: A Change is Needed, and Needed Fast CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS Read more →


Irene M. Evans, In-Home Nurse, age 85

Irene Rink-Evans (nee Hartman-Harrison). Age 85, was called home to our Lord in heaven. Born in Camden, NJ, she was the daughter of the late William and Hazel (Boutlier) Harrison. She is survived by her children, John Rink, Jr., Irene Thomas (Lewis), William Rink (Sharon) Pattie Carr (Late Steve), 11 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great-grandchildren and her sister, Mary Dicus. Irene was predeceased by her sibling, George Harrison, Robert Harrison, Pearl Haines, Elizabeth Bello, Hazel Smierciak, Ruth Spicer, June Croce. She was also predeceased by her grandson, Leo Carr. Irene worked for several years as an In-Home Nurse for Bayada... Read more →


Levittown, PA Resident Indicted for Assault on Law Enforcement During January 6 Capitol Riot

Assailant Accused of Knocking Over Officer, Resulting in a Concussion A Pennsylvania man was indicted yesterday for crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress that was in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election. Ryan Samsel, 37, of Levittown, was indicted on Aug. 25 on federal offenses that include assaulting, resisting or impeding certain officers; engaging in physical violence in a restricted building or grounds; carrying out an act of physical violence in the Capitol grounds; and obstruction of... Read more →


Dewey Dewechter, Past Brooklawn Resident, Electrician, Baseball Aficionado, GCHS Alumnus

Dewey Dewechter Dewey Dewechter – 67, passed away on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, after a prolonged illness at the Meadowview Nursing Home located in Northfield, New Jersey. Born in Camden, Dewey grew up in Brooklawn and attended Gloucester Catholic High School, where he graduated in 1971. A union electrician by trade, but a baseball aficionado at heart, he spent the large majority of his life between the Galloway Township area and the State of Florida, particularly Vero Beach and the Florida Keys. He is survived by his children, Adam Dewechter and Cheryl (Dave) Mitchell; sisters, Maryann (Jim) Nolan, Nancy (John)... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: NEW YORK Trooper James J. Monda Drowns During Training Dive

Trooper James J. Monda New York State Police, New York End of Watch Sunday, August 22, 2021 Northampton, New York--Trooper James Monda drowned while conducting a training dive in the Great Sacandaga Lake in Northampton, New York, at approximately 4:00 pm. He failed to resurface after going into the water at a boat launch on Bunker Hill Road. He was working a marine patrol detail on the lake when the incident occurred. Trooper Monda had served with the New York State Police for 18 years and was assigned to SP Princetown. He is survived by his fiancée and parents. RELATED:... Read more →


THE FIFTIES THE GREATEST DECADE OF ALL TIMES

+++++++++++ submitted by John Dunkirk..."I have no idea who wrote the poem below but it is right on!" The Land That Made Me ME Long ago and far away, In a land that time forgot, Before the day of Dylan Or the dawn of Camelot There lived a race of innocents And they were you and me. Ike was in the White House In that land where we were born Where navels were for oranges And Peyton Place was porn. We learned to drive in drivers-ed Washed our hair at dawn We spread our crinolines to dry In circles, on... Read more →


PEYTON AND ME MEANDERING THROUGH GLOUCESTER CITY, BROOKLAWN, WESTVILLE (XIII)

South Broadway and George Street WHAT IS WRONG WITH SOCIETY TODAY? Sitting on the curb at South Broadway and George Street on Monday morning was this disgusting-looking pile of garbage. Just a few feet away is a trash receptacle, apparently, the slob that left this crap on the sidewalk is not a member of the Green Generation. We can also say with certainty the person has no respect for the community of Gloucester City. According to multiple sources on the internet “Generation Green,” millennials and Gen Z supposedly demonstrate environmentally and socially conscious consumer behavior. With rising spending power and... Read more →


Bodies of 13 Service Members Killed in Kabul Arrive at Dover AFB

Image AND caption courtesy of THE SUN Thirteen service members were killed in the Kabul airport bombing on Aug. 26, 2021. Top Row from left: Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, Cpl. Hunter Lopez, 22, of Indio, and Cpl. Kareem M. Nikoui, 20, of Norco. Middle Row from left: Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover, 31, of Salt Lake City, Utah, Cpl. Daegan W. Page, 23, of Omaha, Nebraska, Sgt. Johanny Rosario Pichardo, 25, of Lawrence, Massachusetts Cpl. Humberto A. Sanchez, 22, of Logansport, Indiana, and Lance Cpl. David L. Espinoza, 20, of Rio Bravo, Texas. Bottom Row... Read more →


Darnell Farrish, 19, Shot and Killed in Camden City

Camden City, N.J. – Detectives are investigating a homicide in Camden Saturday night August 28th, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Police responded to a ShotSpotter activation at 2359 S. 8th Street, between Sylvan and Fairview Streets. They located a man in that area suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The victim, identified as Darnell Farrish, 19, was taken to Cooper Hospital. He was pronounced deceased at approximately 8:18 p.m. Anyone with information is being asked to contact CCPO Detective Lance Merrill at 609-789-3766 or Camden County Police Detective John Waida... Read more →


CNB Fishing Maryland: The Fish Are Jumping!

Maryland Fishing Report – August 25 August 25, 2021 Brayden Castigilia holds up a northern snakehead he caught recently near Smallwood State Park. Photo courtesy of Katy Kaufmann Mother Nature is dealing Maryland some hot daytime temperatures this week, and many of those seeking some relief will flock to the water. Fishing for a variety of freshwater and saltwater fish could hardly be better as we approach the zenith of our summer fisheries, from the cool mountain streams of Western Maryland to the warmer waters of the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic coast. One fish that has been providing a lot... Read more →


Mexican Border Increasingly Violent, Federal Agents Come Under Gunfire

Border in San Diego Calif. August 24, 2021 | Judicial Watch While President Biden’s Afghanistan debacle justifiably receives the world’s attention and vast media coverage, the Mexican border in the U.S.’s own backyard should not be ignored. Besides the unparalleled onslaught of illegal immigrants, the region is becoming increasingly violent with unprecedented criminal activity that includes a distressing escalation in drug smuggling and brazen attacks against American federal agents. Organized Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs) are behind the movement, and they are a serious threat to national security and public safety, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the frontline Homeland... Read more →


Local Students Are Enrolled at The College of the Holy Cross

WORCESTER, MA (08/27/2021)-- The College of the Holy Cross congratulates 822 new Crusaders who will be starting at the College in Fall 2021. The following local students will be part of the Class of 2025: Evan Buckley of Moorestown (08057) Ava McDonough of Egg Hbr Twp (08234) Kelly Ann Mitchell of Delran (08075) Justin Shorter of Swedesboro (08085) The Class of 2025 includes students from 33 states and 15 nations across the globe. This year's incoming class is made up of 54 percent women and 46 percent men, with 23 percent of students coming from ethnically diverse backgrounds and 16... Read more →


ATTENTION RUNNERS: ShopRite of Medford Hosts Seventh Annual “Stamp Out Hunger 5K”  

Labor Day Race Supports The Food Bank of South Jersey and Similar Organizations MEDFORD, N.J. – Help “stamp out hunger” with ShopRite of Medford on Monday, Sept. 6. The store invites runners and walkers to participate in its seventh annual Stamp Out Hunger 5K and 1-miler. The USTAF-certified course with chip timing starts and finishes in front of the Public Safety Building at 91 Union St. in downtown Medford. Registration begins at 6:45 a.m., followed by the 5K and One Mile start at 8:30 a.m. Each September, which is Hunger Action Month, the Stamp Out Hunger 5k gathers hundreds of... Read more →


The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Band Saw

The band saw is an excellent tool for cutting wood, metal, and other materials, including meat and fish. Unlike other sawing power tools that depend on a rotating disk, the band saw's flexible blade allows you to cut through thick blocks of wood and whole logs in a way that is impossible with a circular or table saw. The main benefit of the band saw is its tiny kerf - how much material it cuts through when cutting. You can make precise, razor-thin cuts on wood with a smaller kerf. It also reduces wastage and dust. The band saw can... Read more →


Miss America Organization 2021 MAOTeen Fundraising Scholarship Winners; Two from New Jersey Named

SEWELL, N.J., Aug. 25, 2021 – The Miss America Organization is proud to announce the fundraising scholarship winners from the 2021 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Competition. The organization awarded more than $100,000 in cash scholarships with seven universities making in-kind tuition scholarships available, totaling nearly $30 million in awards to Candidates from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Marcelle LeBlanc of Birmingham, Alabama, received the title of Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2022. In addition to a $30,000 scholarship, LeBlanc received an additional $500 for top overall interview and $500 for top talent in the preliminary competition. An additional... Read more →


Rosina Froio-Osowski of Bellmawr, age 71

Rosina Froio-Osowski on August 27, 2021. Of Bellmawr. Age 71. Beloved wife of Richard Osowski for 28 years. Daughter of the late Anthony and Stella Froio. Sister of the late Dominic Froio. Loving sister-in-law to Jane Froio. Cousin of Angela Abruzzese (Frank), Carolyn Zinni, and Gerald Zinni. Beloved aunt to Dominic Froio Jr. and Lauren Froio. Devoted step mother of David, Debbie, Tom and their spouses. Also survived by grandchildren, great grandchildren, and many loving friends. T here will be a viewing Tuesday evening from 7pm to 9pm at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, 126 South Black Horse Pike, Runnemede NJ 08078... Read more →


Rowan Volleyball Team Picked Fourth

PITMAN, NJ - The Rowan volleyball team has been voted fourth in the 2021 NJAC Preseason Coaches Poll, as announced by the league. The Profs were also voted by the coaches as the “dark horse”, being the team that could surprise its foes. The Profs have not played since the 2019 season when they reached the NJAC Championship match. Rowan went 19-15 and earned the program's first-ever regional ranking, earning the 10th spot in the New York Region in the final poll of the season. Rowan opens the year on September 1 when it hosts Neumann in Esby Gym. The... Read more →


The “Ultimate” Championship Weekend Comes to Audi Field in Washington, DC 

The American Ultimate Disc League Championship Weekend Features the Best in Disc, Family Fun and a Pre-Game Beer Tasting LOS GATOS, CA (August 26, 2021) - The American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) is holding its championship weekend at Audi Field in Washington, DC, September 10-11, 2021. Hosted in partnership with Events DC, both semifinal games will be played on Friday, September 10 with the championship game taking place on Saturday, September 11. In addition to the top four AUDL teams playing for a chance to win the championship, the weekend will include a Deschutes Beer Tasting event on Saturday, as... Read more →


Maya Tanikawa-Brown of Chesterfield is Cornhusker Marching Band member

LINCOLN, NE (08/26/2021)-- Maya Tanikawa-Brown of Chesterfield is part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's 296-member Cornhusker Marching Band, which will make its 2021 debut Sept. 4 at Memorial Stadium with pregame and halftime performances at Nebraska's football home opener against Fordham. Tanikawa-Brown, a freshman food science and technology major, plays trumpet. It will be the band's first in-person performance at the stadium since November 2019. "We're off to a great start with a successful camp and are looking forward to returning to Memorial Stadium to perform for 90,000 of our best friends and spark the game-day atmosphere with our spirit... Read more →


Elmira College Recognizes Annual Key Award Recipients

ELMIRA, NY (08/26/2021)-- Elmira College recently announced this year's recipients of its annual Key Award. This year's award was given to 790 students in 14 states. A tradition that goes back to 1935, the Key Award is presented to outstanding students in their junior year of high school or preparatory school. Recepients included: Emily Coleman of Westville, NJ Samuel Kitchin of National Park, NJ "This award is given to students with the potential to excel academically, serve as leaders, and go on to enjoy success in life," said Charles Lindsay, president of Elmira College. "We hope they will choose to... Read more →


Virtua Health Recognized by Forbes’ 

as One of America’s Best Employers for 2021 Virtua Health has been recognized as one of America’s Best Employers by Forbes, a global business publication known for its trusted journalism. Virtua, southern New Jersey’s largest health system, is also one of only five health care systems in New Jersey to be included on Forbes’ list for the second year in a row. “In a time of so many challenges and unprecedented change, to see Virtua's culture and commitment to being “Here for Good” resonating through the endorsement of our colleagues is very rewarding and uplifting,” said Dennis W. Pullin, FACHE,... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Albright Students Named Admission Ambassadors READING, PA (08/25/2021)-- About 40 Albright College students have been named to the competitive Albright College Ambassador program -- a leadership opportunity for students who demonstate strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as good academic and social standing. Once fully trained, Ambassadors and Fellows are responsible for a range of duties, including interacting with potential students or candidates, giving Admission tours to individuals and groups, participating in events and serving on student panels. Local Ambassadors include: Greyson Curran of Bordentown, N.J. (08505) has been named an Ambassador. A graduate of Bordentown Regional High School,... Read more →


I-295 northbound and Route 42 lane closures next week

to work on temporary Browning Road Bridge piers Additional closures over several weeks needed to complete temporary bridge (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today are reminding motorists of lane closures on I-295 northbound and Route 42 next week to continue work on the temporary Browning Road Bridge as part of the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, Camden County. Monday, August 30 to Thursday, September 2 Daytime Closures From 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., Monday, August 30, and continuing daily through Thursday, September 2, NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the I-295 northbound Exit... Read more →


Joe Townsend (JT) Long-Time Gloucester City, Brooklawn, Bellmawr Letter Carrier Headed to Greener Pastures

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 27, 2021)--Joe Townsend, aka JT, has finally decided the time has come to end his lustrous career as a Letter Carrier. His last day will be Saturday, August 28. Joe actually started with the post office when they had the Pony Express. Yep, he has been around that long. Ask him he will gladly show you the blisters he got from that saddle, back in the day. On second thought, that is not a pretty sight, it is best you don't. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ The Gloucester City Post Office crew,... Read more →


Thousands of Illegal Immigrants and Refugees Coming to Communities in New Jersey and the East Coast

UPDATED William E. Cleary sr. | CNBNews CHERRY HILL, NJ (August 27, 2021)--Last Saturday morning there was a family of Mexican or Honduras Nationals standing near a stop sign in the Kohl/Target shopping center across from the Cherry Hill Mall begging for money. The family consisted of a woman, a man, and two young children maybe 9 or 11 years old. The sign said, "We need money to eat." The woman was standing in the street and the other family members were sitting on their luggage. She was wearing clothes from her homeland but the man and children were dressed... Read more →