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October 17, 2021

A List of Top Design and Storage Ideas for Your Very Own Fitted Wardrobe

Fitted wardrobes have undoubtedly proven to be one of the best ways you can utilise storage in your bedroom or living space, and they can even add to your room's aesthetic. With a fitted wardrobe, it's easy to optimise storage for all your items and belongings, be it clothes, accessories, shoes, and more. You can design your fitted wardrobe to suit what you own – for example, if you have an excess of shoes, you can choose to have it built with more shoe racks, and if you have a bevvy of suits, you can opt for more hanging rails.... Read more →


GHS Lions 5 - 0 GCHS Rams 0 - 8 Records

Pictured Lions Steven Burkhardt against Palmyra The local Lions are currently 5 - 0 after defeating the opposition by a combined total score 225 to 47. The Lions are led my Senior running back Steven Burkhardt. Burkhardt is one of the League and South Jersey leaders for running backs, entering Fridays game against Pitman with 798 yards rushing and 15 TD's. Currently Burkhardt is #1 in West Jersey Football League with a total points with 107 and 17 touchdowns Across town the Rams are 0 - 8 being outscored 281 to 42 along with being shutout in 5 games. The... Read more →


Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen NAMED October 2021 Porker of the Month

Citizens Against Government Waste Names... (Washington, D.C.) – Today, Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) named Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen our October 2021 Porker of the Month for demanding that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) be allowed to use its petrifying powers to investigate every detail of how average Americans are spending their money. CNBNews graphic files Secretary Yellen is insisting that the IRS should have access to any bank account with transactions greater than $600, meaning every taxpayer is essentially subject to a frightening audit regardless of tax status and whether there is any reasonable cause to believe they have... Read more →


OFFICER DOWN: 11 K-9's DIE WHILE ON DUTY BETWEEN JUNE 4 AND SEPT. 11; FIVE FROM HEATSTROKE

K9 Kitt Braintree Police Department, MA EOW: Friday, June 4, 2021 Cause: Gunfire K9 Zena Cocoa Police Department, FL EOW: Wednesday, June 23, 2021 Cause: Heatstroke K9 Max St. Joseph Police Department, MO EOW: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Cause: Gunfire K9 Jas Savannah Police Department, GA EOW: Sunday, July 25, 2021 Cause: Automobile crash K9 Rex Michigan State Police, MI EOW: Sunday, July 25, 2021 Cause: Vehicular assault K9 Byrd Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol, TX EOW: Tuesday, August 3, 2021 Cause: Heatstroke K9 Ivar Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office, LA EOW: Friday, August 20, 2021 Cause:... Read more →


TO THE POINT:  Rutgers‒Camden Nursing Scholar earns American Academy of Nursing Fellowship

CAMDEN CITY, NJ— Robin Cogan, a lecturer at Rutgers University–Camden, and a school nurse in Camden, has been named a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN), one of the highest honors that can be bestowed in the field. Robin Cogan MEd, RN, NCSN Clinical Coordinator of the School Nurse Program Cogan is among 225 Fellows of the class of 2021, joining a small group of school nurse leaders inducted into the Academy. FAAN selection criteria include contributions to nursing and health care, reducing health disparities and inequalities, and influencing health policies and health care delivery. “School nurses have... Read more →


CNB TRAVEL NEWS PHILADELPHIA: Four Seasons Hotel Celebrates the arrival of autumn

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia celebrates the arrival of autumn with seasonal offerings to inspire a cosy getaway. Embrace the cosy season with a living installation by Jeff Leatham and Team Leatham. A striking mountain of off-white pumpkins and delicate pampas grass set the stage on the Level 1. The 60-second elevator ride reveals a wall of vibrant orange orchids, mango calla lilies, green hydrangeas and free spirit roses that change colours over time. Cycle the City Take in the crisp air and the changing foliage while on a bike ride with complimentary electric bikes for Hotel guests from local retailer... Read more →


Maksim Stankevich of Bensalem Charged with Abuse of Corpse

BENSALEM, PA--OCTOBER 14, 2021-- A 41-year-old man is being charged with abuse of corpse after a man overdosed in his Bensalem Township apartment last month, and instead of calling for help, he wrapped the victim’s body with a rope and blanket and left him behind a red dumpster of a nearby apartment complex. Maksim Stankevich is also being charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property after taking the overdose victim’s cellphone, backpack and two T-shirts. The charges, all second-degree misdemeanors, were filed Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, before Magisterial District Judge Joseph P. Falcone. Stankevich is being held... Read more →


Frank Torres-Lopez Arrested in Puerto Rico for Murdering Man in Atlantic City

MAYS LANDING—After more than a month-long homicide investigation, involving multiple local law enforcement agencies and additional assistance from agencies in Texas and Puerto Rico, a 25 year-old man has been arrested in Puerto Rico and charged in the fatal shooting of a man in Atlantic City on Aug. 1, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. Frank Torres-Lopez Frank Torres-Lopez, 25, was arrested in Puerto Rico on Sept. 29, 2021, by police there and he is charged with the following offenses in the fatal shooting of 42 year-old Juan Matute-Figueroa on Aug. 1, 2021: · 1st degree Murder · 2nd... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing News New Jersey: Two New Record Fish Caught in September, a Sheepshead & a Salmon

October 14, 2021 Joe Satkowski of Hampton broke the existing Landlocked Salmon record The NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has announced that two new record fish were caught in September. September 30, Joe Satkowski of Hampton broke the existing Landlocked Salmon record. Joe was fishing from his boat on Merrill Creek Reservoir, using a Temple Forks Outfitter spinning rod and a Shimano Stradic spinning reel when he landed the fish. A homemade jig served as the lure. The new record landlocked salmon weighed in at 8 lbs., 10 ounces. eclipsing the previous 2018 record by 5 ounces. The... Read more →


Edward B. Wooten, of Runnemede; Longtime Basketball coach at St. Teresa Regional School

Edward B. Wooten, suddenly on October 13, 2021, of Runnemede; formerly of Glendora. Age 64. Beloved husband and high school sweetheart of Maureen (nee Kilpatrick) for 41 years. Devoted father of Elizabeth Shaw (Richard), Brian Wooten (Ana), and Kathryn Nastasi (Vincent). Loving "Pop-Pop" of Madison, Mason, Mackenzie, and Emilia. Dear son of the late Paul and Doris (nee Higgins) Wooten. Brother-in-law of Michael Kilpatrick (Kathy) and Joseph Kilpatrick. Uncle of Michael Kilpatrick, Toby, Ira, Damian, and Domenic Tomeo. Godfather of Monica DiCiano and Kellyann Lanzetti. Also survived by his aunt Susan Tomeo (Joseph) and many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Edward... Read more →


Coast Guard Commissions Sentinel-Class Fast Response Cutter Emlen Tunnell at Penns Landing

Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Breanna Centeno U.S. Coast Guard District 5 U.S. Coast Guard Lt. Patrick Kelly, the commanding officer of the USCGC Emlen Tunnell (WPC 1145), presents a gift from the crew to Yvonne Gilmore Jordan, the official sponsor of the Tunnell in recognition of her sponsorship in Philadelphia, Oct. 15, 2021. The Emlen Tunnell is the Coast Guard’s 45th Sentinel-class fast response cutter. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Breanna Centeno/Released.) PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Coast Guard commissioned the USCGC Emlen Tunnell (WPC 1145), Patrol Forces Southwest Asia's fourth 154-foot Sentinel-class cutter, into... Read more →


CNB Comics: Jerome by Dave Wolfe

Related: ARTIST Dave Wolfe Vol. 8 No. 15 (October 17, 2021) Editor's Note: Each Sunday morning we post a weekly comic strip provided by cartoonist Dave Wolfe. (click image to enlarge) See More from Dave Wolfe Read more →