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November 23, 2021

Barbara T. Anzide, of Sewell, Wife of Former Gloucester City Councilman

February 24, 1935 - November 21, 2021 On November 21, 2021. Age 86. Of Sewell. Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving wife of 66 years to the late, Frederick C. Anzide, who passed away in June. Devoted mother of Lori (Robert) Kenney, Cathy (Paul) Bennett and Lisa (Paul) Sebastian. Devoted grandmother of Heather Lioacono (Matthew), Meredith Snyder (Shane), Chad Bennett (Katti), Lindsay Kenney, Ally Nick (Joe), Paul Sebastian, Emily Bennett (Kyle Falzone), Zachary Kenney (Courtney), Tyler Bennett and great-grandmother of 9. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend her visitation on Monday, November 29th from 9:00 am to 10:30 am... Read more →

TRAFFIC ALERT: I-76 westbound shoulder closure next week in Camden County

Daytime closure necessary to replace signs (Trenton)(Nov. 23, 2021)-- - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-76 westbound shoulder is scheduled to be closed during the day next week, as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., is scheduled to close the right shoulder on I-76 westbound approximately a half mile before Exit 1C/Route 130 south from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day, Monday, November 29, Tuesday, November 30, and Wednesday, December 1. The closures are necessary to replace two signs – the first is for the Exits... Read more →


Calif. Looters; George Floyd as Jesus; 800,000 Non-Citizens to have Right to Vote in NYC

(CNBNews)--Did you ever wonder what is happening to our country after reading your favorite news blog, or watching the nightly news? It seems to us that things are spinning out of control. To prove our point we are going to highlight some of those articles every so often. If you disagree, let us know. And, if you have any suggestions send them to CNBNews1@gmail.com, including the source. LOOTERS CONTINUE TO RANSACK STORES IN CALIFORNIA...public blames law that downgraded the theft of property less than $950 from a felony to a misdemeanor Three suspects have been arrested after an estimated 80... Read more →

Paul Lancaster Greaves, of Cherry Hill

On November 1, 2021. Age 73. Of Cherry Hill. Formerly of Stockton, NJ, Dover, NJ, and England, United Kingdom. Cherished brother of Ian Francis (Wendy) Greaves and the late Daryl Carmichael. Beloved uncle of Darren Greaves, Dawn Greaves, Victoria Limbrick, and Gemma Deakin. Devoted great-uncle of 7. Paul was born in Yateley, Hampshire, England, and raised in England, United Kingdom. He immigrated to the United States of America. Paul worked as a cashier for the Giant Food Store in New Hope, Pennsylvania. He enjoyed repairing motorboat engines and cars. At the request of the family, cremation is private. Condolences and... Read more →

Voorhees Township man wanted for allegedly killing his daughter found dead

(November 23, 2021)Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Voorhees Township Police Chief Louis Bordi reported that a Voorhees Township man wanted for allegedly killing his daughter and assaulting his wife has been found dead. Voorhees Township Police found the body of Gregory Kelemen, 57, at approximately 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday in a wooded area adjacent to the 300 block of Preston Avenue, with what appears to be a self-inflicted gun-shot wound. Kelemen had been sought by the U.S. Marshals Service and local authorities for the alleged murder of 22-year-old Katherine Kelemen, and the alleged attempted murder of Sheri... Read more →

Two Camden County youth (both 17 years of age) have been charged with firearms offenses

Lindenwold, N.J. – Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Lindenwold Police Chief Michael McCarthy, Jr., announced that two Camden County youth (both 17 years of age) have been charged with firearms offenses as a result of an investigation conducted by the Lindenwold Police Department with the cooperation of the Lindenwold High School. Today, it was brought to the attention of the Lindenwold Police Department that on 11/19/21 two Lindenwold High School students took pictures with a firearm and posted pictures on social media of one of the two youths in possession of the firearm. As a result, officers... Read more →

Detectives are investigating a domestic violence-related homicide

Camden, NJ- Detectives are investigating a domestic violence-related homicide and an assault early this morning that left one person deceased and another person injured, according to Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer and Voorhees Township Police Chief Louis Bordi. Voorhees Township Police were dispatched at 6:49 a.m. on Monday, November 22, 2021, to a residence on the 100 block of Round Hill Road as a result of a 911 call reporting an assault on two individuals. Officers arrived and found both victims inside the residence. One of the victims, Katherine Kelemen, 22, was subsequently transported to Jefferson University Hospital... Read more →

Arthur DiSanto, Jr., Indicted for allegedly exchanged gunfire with police, wounding one officer

Gloucester County, N.J. – A Gloucester County grand jury returned a true bill on all 17 counts of the indictment against Arthur DiSanto, Jr., who allegedly exchanged gunfire with police, wounding one officer, announced Acting Camden County Prosecutor Jill S. Mayer. DiSanto, 41, of Delaware County, PA was also wounded during the exchange on the night of August 23, 2021, in Washington Township. He was charged with the following offenses related to the incident: Two Counts of Attempted Murder (1st Degree) Two Counts of Aggravated Assault (2nd Degree) Two Counts of Aggravated Assault (3rd Degree) Two Counts of Aggravated Assault... Read more →

TCNJ Health School's Social Epidemiology Lab ID's Link Between Pandemic Mortality & Social Capital

EWING, NJ November 24, 2021 – Although vaccination rates are rising and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now endorses boosters for all adults, the United States recently passed 750,000 COVID-19 deaths. Amid new winter spike warnings from some experts, students and faculty at the Social Epidemiology Lab (SEL) in the School of Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science (SNHES) at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) have found a compelling connection between pandemic mortality and social capital and vulnerability across the nation. “We identified that almost 57% of the variance in the mortality rate distribution was explained by social capital... Read more →

Haddonfield's Pizza Crime Named Number 1

NJ.com has named the Pepper Jawni at Haddonfield’s own Pizza Crime the number one best pizza among all 2,000+ pizzerias in the Garden State! Now, its Haddonfield neighbors are throwing a Number One party to celebrate! Pizza Crime’s chef/owner Nab Maitra will be slinging Pepper Jawni pies and offering a marinara pizza for half price with each one. Everything will have a #1 theme, including: Cookies from Downtown Cookies, which was voted number one for Monster-sized Cookies in SJ Magazine Specials at King’s Road Brewing Company, Haddonfield’s first and only brewery (and the first legal beer served in Haddonfield, a... Read more →

New Owner for Clancy's Brooklawn, And Fond Memories of Wayne's Log Cabin

Clancy's Pub, Route 130, Brooklawn, formerly Waynes Log Cabin (CNBNews photo) William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews BROOKLAWN, NJ--Empire Sports Bar & Grill is coming to Clancy’s Pub property in Brooklawn, NJ., according to Mark Mathews of 42Freeway. The new owner of the property is Derviş Aktürk of the nearby Empire Diner (a.k.a. the Brooklawn Diner) and he will continue to operate both restaurants, offering a different menu and experience in the two very close eateries. In January 2021 Peyton and Me noticed the property was listed for sale, the asking price was $459,900. The last time it was sold... Read more →

New Jersey Lottery Brings Back the Raffle for the New Year with 39,468 Prizes Waiting to be Won!

2022 New Year’s Raffle Tickets Are Now on Sale! TRENTON (Nov. 22, 2021) – Starting today, tickets are on sale for New Jersey Lottery’s New Year’s Raffle! Only 500,000 tickets will be available for sale, with a New Year’s Day Grand Prize Drawing for $2,000,000! In addition to the Grand Prize Drawing, five “early-bird” drawings will be held each Monday for a $25,000 prize. Tickets are only $20 each and when purchased they become eligible for all future drawings. The first early-bird drawing will be Monday, November 29. Additionally, up to 38,462 tickets will win a $50 prize! “It’s been... Read more →

Tamir Phillips Indicted for Summer Gas Station Shooting that Killed Willingboro Teen

Tamir Phillips and Chelsea Holman Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina announced that a 22-year-old Bensalem, Pa., resident has been indicted for fatally shooting a teenager at a Willingboro Township gas station in August. A grand jury indicted Tamir Phillips on charges of Murder (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree). The indictment was returned November 18 and signed by Prosecutor Coffina. An arraignment will be held soon in Superior Court. Phillips has been lodged in the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly since his arrest two days... Read more →

Live Action Partners with MS AG for Pro-Life Rally

Thousands to attend event on SCOTUS steps before pivotal abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Washington, DC -- On Wednesday, December 1, the Supreme Court will hear Dobbs v. Jackson, a pivotal abortion case that could allow states to protect human life, and could potentially overturn Roe v. Wade. During oral arguments, Live Action, one of the nation’s leading human rights nonprofits, will be rallying on the steps of the Supreme Court alongside Mississippi’s Attorney General and other allied groups. Several pro-life leaders are set to speak throughout the five-hour-long event, including Attorney General of Mississippi Lorretta Fitch and Live Action’s... Read more →

Artist and Storyteller Lousis Pecsi Releases New Children's Book "Theo's Adventure in Time"

HADDONFIELD NJ (November 23, 2021)(CNBNews)--An artist and storyteller Louis Pecsi is currently doing a signing of his new children’s book Theo’s Adventures in Time at the Ram Arcade in Haddonfield. The signing will be between 2 PM and 3:30 PM on Saturday, Dec 11. “Theo’s Adventures in Time” chronicles the early and later inventions of a child genius, which include an everlasting bouncing ball and a pair of flying shoes. His early inventions pale in comparison to his ultimate triumph, which is the time machine named Kronos. Theo journeys through time and encounters dinosaurs, mummies, and Albert Einstein. Theo is... Read more →

The Shmaltz "Grand Finale Tour" Hitting New York City, Philadelphia, Tampa, Syracuse,

Troy, NY -- Monday, November 22, 2021 -- The biggest, the smallest, most award-winning, and still the only Jewish beer company in America, Shmaltz Brewing Company announces its farewell season after 25 years in the beer business with the first and final release of Bittersweet Lenny's RIPA in 16oz cans, vintage gems from the Shmaltz beer vault, and a fitting tribute, Exodus 2021 Barleywine Ale (8.8% ABV) brewed with Date, Fig, Pomegranate, and Grape. Shmaltz goes out with a bang with a nationwide "Farewell to Shmaltz Tour" a.k.a. the Class of '96 Celebration a.k.a. Let My People Brew a.k.a. The... Read more →

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A Good Idea For Gloucester City's Riverfront! ...How About A Nine-Hole Golf Course?

Editor's Note: We first published this article in September 2020. Former mayor Bob Bevan wrote a Letter to the Editor recently suggesting a similar proposal for the Southport area in Gloucester City. For anyone who might have thought Bevan's idea was far-fetched, you might want to read this article; you'll find there are communities across the country that are thinking the same as the former mayor. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We Can't-Wait Any Longer, The Future Is Now! (CNBNEWS)-ST. LOUIS (September 2020)-— The Carter Carburetor plant in north St. Louis, one of the city’s most high-profile Superfund sites, is on... Read more →

Gloucester County GOP Calls On Chamber Of Commerce Member To Resign

Chamber executive committee member continues to attack Republicans on social media MULLICA HILL – Gloucester County Republican Chairwoman Jacci Vigilante today called on a member of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce’s executive committee, immediate past chair, Lisa Carney to resign from her leadership role with the Chamber. For two consecutive years Gloucester County Republicans chose to skip Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce Meet the Candidates events because of Carney’s insistence on attacking County Commissioner-Elect Nick DeSilvio and other Republicans on social media. “For years Republican candidates have complained of unfair treatment at Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce events. We... Read more →


Thanksgiving Day games typically among the most-watched and most wagered-on of the season, according to TheLines (LAS VEGAS) — The expansion of legal sports betting across the U.S. will give more football bettors an extra helping of something to be thankful for than ever before. That will make the Thanksgiving matchups between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions, Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys, and Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints will be some of the most legally wagered-on regular-season NFL games in history, according to TheLines.com, which tracks odds in the U.S. regulated sports betting market. Playing their traditional... Read more →

ACCU WEATHER: Thanksgiving travelers won’t deal with widespread weather worries

As millions take to the roads and skies, trouble due to rain, snow and wind will be kept to a minimum since the storm will be swiftly moving along. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 22, 2021 – AccuWeather forecasters say that a largely quiet weather pattern should prevent widespread travel worries from the weather ahead of Thanksgiving. Even though much of the nation is forecast to have benign weather conditions in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, some Americans could still face minor weather-related delays during one of the busiest travel periods of the year — and weather for... Read more →