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February 2022

E. David Pinolini, Jr., of Gloucester City

On February 11, 2022, age 63. Of Gloucester City. Best friend and loving husband of 40 years to Marie T. Pinolini (nee Levins). Loving father of Nicholas, Melissa, Kevin and Joseph. Also survived by many loving family members of the Pinolini and Levins families. David was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late Ernest D. Pinolini, Sr. and the late Gloria M. Pinolini (nee DiBenedetto). He worked many years in the auto industry for Ford Motor Company as the head of safety and inspection. David was a talented artist and musician. He played drums in a band for many years... Read more →

Cherry Hill Man Charged with Alleged Sexual Offenses Against a 12-Year-Old

Camden City, N.J. – Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Cherry Hill Police Chief Robert Kempf are announcing the arrest of Thomas Bianco, III for multiple sexual offenses against a 12-year-old minor. Thomas Bianco, age 20, was charged on February 23, 2022 with two counts of second degree Sexual Assault and two counts of third-degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The offenses are alleged to have occurred on multiple occasions in Bianco’s vehicle. Bianco is a baseball coach for Cherry Hill National Athletic League and employs minors in his business, Bianco Landscaping Maintenance, LLC. Bianco is currently detained... Read more →

Gustafson: Russia-Ukraine Tensions Demonstrate Why America Must Be Energy Independent

Gustafson: “Energy independence means we must have and all of the above strategy.” COLLINGSWOOD – Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s First Congressional District, Claire Gustafson, said today that Russia-Ukraine tensions demonstrate why America must have energy independence. “As we watch the price of oil inch toward $100 per barrel due to the Russia-Ukraine tensions it becomes painfully obvious America must be energy independent,” Claire Gustafson said. “While Donald Norcross and his friends continued support of wind and solar sounds nice they need to realize that as recently as 2020 about 61% of electricity generation came from fossil fuels.”... Read more →

Joseph R. Barber, age 88 years, of Audubon

On February 18, 2022, Joseph R. Barber, age 88 years, of Audubon, NJ, passed away. Joseph was the beloved husband of the late Mary E. Barber (nee Dennihy); devoted father of Mary Ann DuBois (Timothy), James J. Barber, Jeff R. Barber (Linda), Jonathan L. Barber, and April H. Barber; loving grandfather of Alexander (Lisa), Alicia (Sean), Spencer, Paige, and Dylan; and cherished great grandfather of Colin. Joseph was predeceased by his sister, Shirley, and brother, Bud. He is also survived by his beloved friend Frieda Turner. Joseph was a long-time resident of Audubon and Sea Isle City. He graduated from... Read more →

Ian Smith Congratulates Andy Kim On NJEA Endorsement

NJEA and Andy Kim are beholden to Phil Murphy DELANCO – Republican candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District, Ian Smith, congratulated Andy Kim on his NJEA endorsement today. “I’m sure Congressman Andy Kim is thrilled that he received the endorsement of a hyper-partisan organization beholden to Governor Phil Murphy,” Ian Smith said. “The NJEA was happy to march in lockstep with Murphy and fought to the bitter end to keep masks on kids.” Smith continued, “The officers of the NJEA were quick to attack former state Senate President Steve Sweeney in January for being ‘unwilling to include... Read more →

A Guide To French Press Coffee Maker

The French press coffee maker, also known as a press pot or cafetière, is one of the easiest ways to make coffee at home. It’s not only simple to use, but the elegant design makes it look great on your countertop. If you’re looking for your next caffeine machine, here’s everything you need to know about French press coffee makers before making your purchase. What Is a French Press? The first thing you should know about a French press is that it is called a French press in America and a cafetière (meaning coffee maker) in France. In England, it’s... Read more →

CAIR-NJ Backs Clifton BOE Members for Supporting Palestinian Human Rights  

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 2/22/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today welcomed the School Ethics Commission's motion to dismiss the complaint against two Clifton Board of Education members for their public statements in support of Palestinian human rights. The complaint, issued on September 13, 2021, falsely labeled the statements in support of Palestine made by BOE members Fahim Abedrabbo and Feras Awwad as “intensely anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.” The Commission voted to grant the Motion to Dismiss the complaint in its entirety, stating the complainant failed to prove their speech was in violation of any... Read more →

Elvia Estonia Jackson Hawkins, 81, of Jericho; NJ Teacher of the Year Recipient 1996

Jericho, N.J.-- Elvia Estonia Jackson Hawkins, 81, was called home to glory on Feb. 12, 2022, with family and friends by her side. She was born to the late Orano and Pinkney Jackson on April 27, 1940, in Trenton, NJ. Elvia earned her diploma from Trenton High School in 1958 and graduated with honors from Glassboro State College (now Rowan) with a BA in Education in 1962. She married the late James Edward Hawkins in 1963 and moved to Jericho, NJ, where they both spent the remainder of their days. Elvia was an exemplary teacher for 39 years, teaching 36... Read more →

Gloucester City Council Meeting Tonight; 14 Resolutions on the Agenda; Plus Payment of Bills Totaling $2.7 Million

Gloucester City 's council chambers are in the Police Administration Building (above) 313 Monmouth Street. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 23, 2022)(CNBNews)--Listed below is the agenda for the upcoming Thursday night council meeting, 7 PM in council chambers, 313 Monmouth Street. Previously we released an article regarding the council's caucus meeting held on Feb. 17 that explains most of tonight's program (see here). Canine dog Blitz with Patrolman Calzonetti However, there are some new items listed for the upcoming council meeting that we are seeing for the first time. They are a proclamation praising Thomas Kain, retired utility department supervisor; the... Read more →

State Grand Jury Declines to Charge Sheriff’s Officers Involved in Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting in Paterson

TRENTON – A state grand jury has voted not to file any criminal charges at the conclusion of its deliberations regarding the death of Christopher Clark, 36, of Paterson, N.J., who died when three officers of the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office fired their service weapons at Mr. Clark on May 23, 2020 in Paterson. The officers were previously identified as Sgt. Americo Escobar, Sgt. Helman Fava, and Sgt. Jose Vargas of the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office. The fatal police encounter was investigated by the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability (OPIA) and presented to New Jersey residents called to serve... Read more →

Delaware State Parks Fee Season March 1

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reminds visitors to Delaware State Parks that 2022 entrance fees will be in effect starting Tuesday, March 1 through Nov. 30. State park entrance fees for vehicles registered in Delaware are $4 at inland parks and $5 at ocean parks. Fees for out-of-state vehicles are $8 at inland parks and $10 at ocean parks. Entrance fees will remain in effect through Nov. 30, which is the normal fee season end date. Daily park entrance fees may be paid via credit-card machine at most park locations, where fee attendants are on duty or... Read more →

Ready-to-Eat Beef Stick Products Recalled

WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, 2022 – Frickenschmidt Foods LLC, a Lockwood, Mo. establishment, is recalling approximately 5,795 pounds of ready-to-eat beef stick products due to misbranding, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The product contains and declares wheat as an ingredient but has an incorrect statement of “gluten free” on the label. The ready-to-eat teriyaki beef stick items were packaged on Nov. 30, 2021, Dec. 1, 2021, and Jan. 28, 2021. The following products are subject to recall [view labels]: 1.5 oz. individually sealed packages of “HIGH PROTEIN SNACK TERIYAKI BEEF WICKED CUTZ BEEF... Read more →

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital Welcomes a "Twosday" Baby - Born 2-22-22

Washington Township, NJ, February 22 -- A “Twosday” baby – born on February 22, 2022 – was welcomed at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Jefferson Washington Township in South Jersey. Little Haillie Marie was born to parents Kaydee Weaver and Tyler Viscardi from Pitman, NJ. The new baby, who has older big sisters and a big brother at home, is 21 inches long and weighed 8 pounds 10 oz. at birth. OB/GYN Jessica Pescatore, DO, was the delivering physician. Read more →

Celebrate Feast Day of Saint Kathrine Drexel; Submit Your Prayer Intentions

PHILADELPHIA PA--Faithful throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are invited to celebrate the feast day of Saint Saint Katharine Drexel Katharine Drexel with a Sung Mass at the Shrine within the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul. Thursday, March 3, 2022 12:05 p.m. Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul 18th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103 The Sung Mass will be live-streamed through the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Facebook page and website. All are encouraged to join in praying the Solemn Novena to Saint Katharine Drexel, which will begin on Tuesday, February 22. Please follow the link to... Read more →

Paul J. Carver, age 81, of Woodbury

On February 19, 2022, age 81. Of Woodbury, NJ. Formerly of Philadelphia, PA and San Francisco, CA. Born in Groveton, N, he was the son of the late, Edwin J. and Helen (McCormack) Carver. Paul is survived by his son, James G. Carver; partner, Joseph Kiley, brothers, Robert Carver, Lynwood Carver; former wife, Nora Carver. He was also predeceased by his sister, Beverly Brown and brother, Peter Carver. Paul proudly served his country in the U.S. Navy and was a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New Haven, CT in 1966. He retired as a cook with the... Read more →

Martin B. Malony, age 86, of Audubon

Martin "Marty" Malony, born on January 3, 1936 in Audubon, NJ lost his bout with cancer on February 20, 2022. He passed away peacefully with his family by his side. Martin enjoyed the simple things in life, especially his family and friends. If they were around, he was happy. He was always willing to tell you exactly how he felt with nothing but love behind it. He never forgot a face or a settlement date. He loved his hometown of Audubon, playing tennis, relaxing at the shore, watching his family play sports and God. He was a call away if... Read more →

Enter to Win an Enchanted Getaway to Bucks County

Enter to Win an Enchanted Getaway to Bucks County, Including Harry Potter: The Exhibition Tickets Located just 25 miles from Philadelphia, Bucks County is an ideal destination for a delightful countryside escape. Enter to win a getaway to Bucks County, including four tickets to Harry Potter: The Exhibition at Philadelphia’s The Franklin Institute, a tour of Fonthill Castle and an overnight stay at Peddler’s Village. ENTER TO WIN Now Open: Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia Harry Potter: The Exhibition has arrived at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. This groundbreaking exhibition brings magic to life, connects... Read more →

Mary A (Ellenbark) Rouh, age 77, of Gloucester City

MaryAnn Rouh (nee Ellenbark). Age 77. Survived by her husband of 58 yrs. William E, daughter Annmarie (Dennis) Reilly, William E Jr (Dena), Marcie Kaufmann, and Christopher (Carla). She is also survived by 7 grandchildren Taylor, Kyle, Patrick, Raymond, Caitlin, Carleigh, and Gianna: her brothers George and Harry (Kimberly), and many family members. She had a lifelong friendship with Walli McKinney and a special relationship with her niece Marcie Jenkinson. She is predeceased by her parents George R and Myrtle and a daughter MaryAnn. MaryAnn is a long-time Gloucester City resident and went to Gloucester City High School. She was... Read more →

Jonathan Akubu of Drexel Hill, PA., Arrested; Charged with Several Killings and Car Hijacking

PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 22, 2022)(CNBNews)--Philadelphia Police today announced the arrest of 28-year-old Jonathan Akubu from the 38XX block of Plumstead Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. He has been charged with several killings and car hijackings over the past several weeks in the city of Philadelphia. The Police listed the following crimes that Akubu is being charged with: Robbery- Carjacking- 76XX Elmwood Avenue On Friday, February 4, 2022, at approximately 12:12 A.M., A 45-year-old female was parking her Toyota RAV4 on the 76XX block of Elmwood Avenue. The victim attempted to enter her home when three suspects attempted to grab her bag... Read more →

Everything First Time Fathers Need to Prepare for Their Newborn

Learning you’re going to be a father in the near future is an exciting and memorable experience. At the same time, however, you might be feeling a sense of panic as you’re unsure how to go about things. Being a parent is hard work, so you need to learn all you can to take care of both the mother and the child. Here’s everything first-time fathers need to prepare for their newborn and all the things that come with it. Get Rid of Bad Habits One of the many roles of a father is to be a positive role model... Read more →

Nicole Mallard Scored a Career-High 27 Points to Lead Second-Seeded Rowan to Win

GLASSBORO, NJ - Nicole Mallard scored a career-high 27 points to lead second-seeded Rowan to an 87-54 win over seventh-seeded Stockton in the Quarterfinals of the NJAC Women’s Basketball Tournament at Esby Gym. The Profs (17-8) move on to host a semifinal matchup on Thursday. Mallard hit 10-of-14 from the field and made 3-of-5 three-pointers while grabbing a team-high four steals. Grace Marshall scored 13 points and handed out six assists with Eliana Santana adding 11 points. Dakota Adams recorded her 11th double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Rowan was in charge from the start and... Read more →

Rowan's Women's Track and Field Finishes as Runner-up at NJAC Indoor Track & Field

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The Rowan women's track & field team finished as the runner-up at the 2022 NJAC Indoor Track & Field Championships, held at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex. RESULTS Makayla Taylor won the weight throw as the senior broke her own school record with a top mark of 16.48 meters. She would also take fifth place in the shot (11.65 meters). Nicole Notarianni was second in the 60-meter hurdles, posting a PR time of 9.08 in the finals after a 9.12 in the preliminaries. The Profs took home the NJAC title in the 4x400 relay, with the... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Investigating Two Murders That Occurred Within A Week

PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 22, 2022)(CNBNews)--The Philadelphia Police Department, along with other local, state, and federal agencies, continue to investigate two homicide by shooting. The first incident happened in the 2100 unit block of Afton Street, on Sunday, February 6 at approximately 8:12 P.M., officers responded to a radio call report of a “Person with a Gun” at that location. Upon arrival the officers observed an unresponsive male victim later identified as 60-year-old George Briscella from the 1800 block of Lansing St., suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen and back. Medics responded and transported the male to Frankford/Torresdale where... Read more →


By Peter G. Sánchez, Staff Writer - February 17, 2022 Sister Martha Keller, pastoral associate of Saint Jerome Catholic Church in Fancy Farm, Kentucky, stands with Knights of Columbus from the Dioceses of Camden and Trenton Feb. 9 outside Saint Joseph Catholic Church in Mayfield. From left, Knights Gregory Kane, John Flynn, Raymond Sands and David Goeller. (Courtesy photo) Towing a trailer full of canned goods and fresh water behind his pickup truck, David Goeller pulled out of his Williamstown driveway the evening of Feb. 8 facing 900 miles of open road. Beside him sat Raymond Sands, and after an... Read more →

Rowan-Student Athletes: Nicole Mallard, Marcellus Ross and Emma Padros

PITMAN, NJ – A trio of Rowan student-athletes – Nicole Mallard, Marcellus Ross and Emma Padros – earned weekly honors as named today by the NJAC. Mallard (Washington, NJ/Warren Hills Regional) was selected the Women’s Basketball Player of the Week as she scored a team-high 20 points in Rowan’s 75-69 win over Montclair State in the final regular-season game, which secured the number-two seed in this week’s NJAC Tournament. Mallard, who receives the weekly award for the third time, had six rebounds and tied her career-high with six steals in the victory. Ross (Sicklerville, NJ/St. Joseph Hammonton) was named the... Read more →


“The Shadow Girl” by Misty Mount (NAPSI)—“A powerful fantasy that combines a coming of age theme with insights into changing family relationships, the impact of past worlds on present lives, and a shy girl’s unexpected changes.”—Midwest Book Review Shy, thirteen-year-old Zylia has always known she was different. She’s disappearing from this world and doesn’t know how to stop it. Then she stumbles across a family mystery surrounding the disappearance of her great-aunt Angelica years earlier. During her quest to unravel the mystery, Zylia discovers she’s able to cross the boundary and enter the “in between” world. Now, it’s up to... Read more →

Investigation Into Somers Point Shooting Continues

MAYS LANDING- The ACPO Major Crimes Unit and the Somers Point Police Department are cooperatively investigating the fatal shooting of a man Thursday evening, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill announced. Thursday evening, February 10, ACPO Major Crimes investigators responded to the Somers Point Village for a report of a male gunshot victim. The Somers Point Police Department responded to a 911 emergency call Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022, at 8:26 p.m., in reference to a shooting at 50 Mays Landing Rd., Somers Point. Upon arrival Joshua Hannah, 34, of Somers Point was found suffering from gunshot wounds. Hannah was transported... Read more →

What You Should Know About The 3G Shutdown

As the world moves from 3G to 5G LTE, it’s wise to make sure your essential devices can move with it. (NAPSI)—The end of the 3G cellular network has begun and for many Americans, it may come as a surprise. They might wake up one morning to some of their most important devices not working. What is 3G? Many people have heard the term 3G but don’t know it refers to the “third generation” of cellular network technology. Now there’s 5G LTE—500 times faster than 3G—and carriers are phasing out 3G. What devices might be affected? You may have a... Read more →

Avian Influenza Detected in Delaware Wild Birds

Hunters, Poultry Owners and Poultry Producers Advised to Take Precautions ON MY! SAY IT ISN'T SO! Cases of Eurasian H5 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) were detected in wild birds in Delaware in recent days, as the bird flu continues to spread in the United States. The United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) confirmed the Eurasian H5 strain of HPAI in eight wild ducks and a Canada goose in Kent County and one red-shouldered hawk in New Castle County. APHIS is working with federal and state partners, including the Delaware Department of Natural Resources... Read more →

Meet Gladys Mae West, the hidden hero behind a system billions of people rely on today

Global Positioning System (GPS) was developed and originally used for military purposes, but these days the technology is used in ways that few could have predicted decades ago, including one of the developers herself, innovator and pioneer, Dr. Gladys Mae West. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – February 21, 2022 – Millions of people around the world rely on GPS technology every day to navigate roadways, the sky and the oceans. What was once relegated to large paper maps, or sometimes multiple small maps, now works seamlessly on tiny smartphones or navigation devices at the touch of a finger. Dr. Gladys... Read more →

18th Annual Beyond the Glass Ceiling Awards Ceremony, Honorees and Sponsors Listed

Public Invited to Awards Dinner Celebration on Thursday, March 31, 2022 Marlton, N.J. The National Association of Women Business Owners South Jersey (NAWBO SJ) Chapter announced the 2022 award honorees, Excellence Award honoree, and sponsors for its 18th Annual Beyond the Glass Ceiling Awards Ceremony. The public is invited to share in the awards dinner celebration on Thursday, 3/31/22 at The Mansion in Voorhees Township. Early bird tickets are $95 for NAWBO members and $110 for non-members. Starting 2/19/22, tickets are $110 for members and $125 for non-members. Tickets, sponsorships and program book ads can be purchased at and... Read more →

Maxwell Drever is the leader of the mass conversion of broken hotels into workforce housing units

The real estate industry has undoubtedly faced increased demand. Every hotel owner interested in adapting their hotel property into residential units must assess their properties in detail. Before coming up with the offer, they must have a proper understanding of the present condition of their properties. They must develop their finances because it is necessary to bring about changes. There are several factors they must bring under deliberation when working in the hospitality sector. A new aspect in this sector has emerged: converting hotel rooms into multifamily residential units. More so, the market condition seems to favor this adaptive reuse... Read more →

Aron Govil Explain - What Is a Balance Sheet?

A balance sheet is a financial statement that lists the assets, liabilities and owner's equity of an individual or company. The components of a balance sheet are typically listed in order of liquidity, with short-term assets appearing first, followed by short-term liabilities and long-term debt, and finally by the capital invested for a given business or project. Assets have to be equal to liabilities plus shareholder's equity for both sides of a balance sheet because this represents the amount that an entity owns after all debts have been paid off. How It Works by Aron Govil Assets = Liabilities +... Read more →

Clement E. "Mick" McKinney Sr., of Brooklawn; Retired Captain of the Brooklawn Volunteer Fire Dept. and Bellmawr Park Fire Co.

BROOKLAWN, NJ (February 20, 2022)(CNBNews)--Clement E. “Mick” McKinney, Sr. was genuinely a good man, a good and honorable family man who believed in and spent a lifetime serving and supporting his community. “Mick” faced adversity and danger head-on, revealing his strength in character. Mr. McKinney loved to travel and had seen the world cruising it over the years. As we are about to go on a journey, “Bon Voyage” is shared and exclaimed. Goodbye and good luck… Clement E. “Mick” McKinney, Sr On Friday, February 11, 2022, after 79 trips around the sun, we said goodbye and farewell from his... Read more →

Elsie A. Capano, 89, of Collingswood formerly of Gibbstown and Gloucester City

Collingswood, N.J. Elsie A. Capano (Abnett), age 89 years old, of Collingswood, formerly of Gibbstown went home to be with the Lord on Friday, January 28, 2022 in the Collingswood Manor. Born and raised in Gloucester City, NJ, she was the only daughter of the late William and Elsie Abnett. Elsie retired from The Collingswood Manor after many years of service. She also enjoyed serving at The Clonmell United Methodist Church in Gibbstown and before that Trinity United Methodist Church in Gloucester City. She was predeceased by her husband of 49 years, Anthony, her brothers George, and William. She leaves... Read more →

Marie G. Biondo, age 95, of Haddon Heights, Active Member of Several Catholic Parishes; St. John of God School Volunteer

The glory of life surmounts the fear of death. Does anybody know the better side of death and glory? Live the present and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering. Marie G. Biondo (nee Curcio) held her faith and her fun dear. She committed her life to her family, her church and danced through her years, unselfishly giving herself and her time. There is a time for every purpose under heaven. A time to weep, a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to polka dance. On Friday February fourth, just a few short days... Read more →

An Estimated 600 Students A Day Are Absent


updated Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 20, 2022)(CNBNews)In the past weeks I have been bringing attention to the deficiencies of our school system. Most of the comments have been along the lines of surprise and in some cases, shock. I only got one negative comment and that was from a former GHS teacher. "Why are you trashing Gloucester? STOP IT!" How about "No as an answer?" graphic files My goal is not to trash Gloucester City and the school district. Everything I have published has come from either the state's website or Gloucester City's School District's... Read more →

The Names of the 15 Worst New Jersey Long-Term Care Facilities Released

One of the 15 Worst long-term care facilities is Cedar Grove in Gloucester County A recent report from New Jersey’s Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) sheds light on the poor conditions at some of the state’s worst long-term care facilities—and the surprising amount of taxpayer funding that continues to support these organizations. In this new report published on February 2, 2022, the OSC examined the fifteen lowest-rated nursing homes in the state and concluded that many of these facilities are unlikely to improve as long as they continue to receive state Medicaid funds. The OSC found that the following... Read more →

VISIT PHILADELPHIA: Harry Potter: The Exhibition

The all-new exhibition is now open at The Franklin Institute through September 2022... Exhibition Highlights 1. Earn Points for Your House The first stop before entering the exhibition is King’s Cross Station. Swing by to pick up a magic wristband (the key to unlocking most of the interactive displays inside) and choose a favorite Hogwarts house, wand and Patronus on a touch-screen kiosk. Scan the wristband wherever a “Golden Snitch” appears throughout the exhibition to unlock fun experiences, and you’ll rack up points for your chosen house in the process. Keep track of your points, and try to outscore your... Read more →

Two Suspects Charged in Connection to Willingboro Fatal Shooting of Adam Jason

BURLINGTON CITY, NJ (February 19, 2022)(CNBNews)--Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Willingboro Township Police Department Acting Knowah Crowderparham Public Safety Director Captain Ian Bucs announced that a 21-year-old Beverly City man has been charged with the fatal shooting of a teenager earlier this month in the parking lot of a Willingboro shopping center. Knowah Crowderparham, of the 600 block of Elizabeth Street, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree), Possession of a Firearm (Second Degree), two counts of Certain Persons Not to Have Weapons... Read more →

Dawn Lynn Viveiros, age 50, of Nevada, formerly of Gloucester City

On February 15, 2022, at age 50. Of Elko, NV. Formerly of Gloucester City. Born in Camden, NJ she was the daughter of James L. and Linda L (Baldus) Rauchut. Dawn is also survived by her companion, John Wrigley; her loving children, Daniel Viveiros, Ashley Lisanti (Shane); brother, James L. Rauchut, Jr. (Tammy); sister, Crissy Rauchut; niece, Mya and nephews, Michael and Madden. Dawn loved spending time with her family, animals, cooking, and music. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing on Tuesday afternoon, February 22nd from 1:00 to 4:00 PM at the McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, 851 Monmouth St,... Read more →

Bitcoin Currency Exchange Guide

We hear a lot of talk about the way Bitcoin is moving forward, can it increase in fashionability? Will the value increase? How safe can this be as an implicit investment? I have heard a lot about trade, mine, and pall mining, but I have no way heard of any discussion on professional investment or at least applying the principle of professional investment to bitcoin. Now supposed to use the approach that bitcoin has a good future, its fashionability will increase and the price will remain the same, and if the commodity will increase its value because we principally understand... Read more →

Eminem, Snoop’s Superbowl Performance Was Derivative & Cliche, Reactions Are Even More Cringeworthy

By Marc Ang | CNBNews Contributor Hating on America has become tired, derivative and cliche and it’s now infected our SuperBowl entertainment. Nothing screams #FirstWorldProblems more than the mess that image courtesy of The Daily Mail transpired at Superbowl’s halftime show this past weekend. While it certainly got its share of accolades and evoked nostalgia for the 35-44 demographic, it also goes to show how much America has fundamentally changed, not for the better. I get it. These overpaid music stars from the late 90s and 2000s have still not transcended their teenage rebellion stage but when they’re middle-aged and... Read more →

54-Year-Old Philly Man Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Stabbing Woodlynne Resident

Camden CITY, N.J. (February 18, 2022)(CNBNews)– Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay is announcing the sentence for a Philadelphia man convicted of a stabbing in Woodlynne, N.J. On February 18, 2022, James Dunlap, 54, was sentenced to eight years in New Jersey State Prison by Camden County Superior Court Judge Edward J. McBride, Jr. Dunlap was convicted of Aggravated Assault for repeatedly stabbing a Cherry Hill man who was visiting his girlfriend in Woodlynne in January 2020. Assistant Prosecutor Sonja Furlow handled the case for the State. Dunlap must serve 85% of his sentence before he will be eligible for... Read more →

Burlington County Couple Charged with Forced Labor and Other Crimes

CAMDEN, N.J. – A Burlington County, New Jersey, couple was charged today with forced labor and other crimes involving two undocumented individuals, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger and Civil Rights Division Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke announced. Bolaji Bolarinwa, 47, and Isiaka Bolarinwa, 65, both of Moorestown, New Jersey, are both charged in an eight-count indictment with two counts of forced labor. Bolaji Bolarinwa is also charged with two counts of bringing in and harboring certain undocumented individuals and two counts of unlawful conduct with respect to documents in furtherance of forced labor. Both defendants are scheduled to appear today... Read more →

Letter to the Editor: Being Censored by Big Tech

DES MOINES — Earlier this week, the Grassley Works campaign shared a Fox News article on Facebook regarding new allegations uncovered by the Durham investigation detailing more corruption by the 2016 Clinton campaign for president. That article referenced federal court filings alleging that the Clinton campaign colluded to exploit internet data on Trump Tower and the White House to fabricate phony links to Russia. The article also included analysis from a former congressional investigator who worked to expose the bogus Russian collusion story. “When I shared that news story with Iowans, Facebook promptly censored the article, labeling it ‘[f]alse information’... Read more →

Rowan's Men's and Women's Basketball Teams Earn Seeds in the 2022 NJAC Tournamen

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan's men's and women's basketball teams have each earned the number-two seed in the 2022 NJAC Tournament and will start their quests for the championship in the quarterfinals on Tuesday, February 22 with a doubleheader at Esby Gym. The women's team will play the winner of Saturday's first-round contest between 7th-seed Stockton and 10th-seed Rutgers-Camden at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday. TOURNAMENT BRACKET Rowan's men's team will face the winner of the first-round game between 7th-seed New Jersey City and 10th-seed Rutgers-Camden at 7:30 p.m. TOURNAMENT BRACKET Ticket prices for all tournament games at $5 for adults and... Read more →

Getting Along Database Administration And Monitoring Process

Database administrators are often not adequately aware of the IT monitoring process. This information may be essential to their job, whether an in-house DB admin or third-party service provider. On the other hand, IT monitoring service providers may not know enough about the intricacies of databases and how these relate to their business model. The process of monitoring a system is becoming more critical in today's market as companies are looking for ways to manage their IT resources on a business level and not just within the databases themselves. Administration and Active Directory Integration Today, more businesses are beginning to... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: College of Charleston President's List/Dean's List for Fall 2021

CHARLESTON, SC (02/18/2022)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 2,000 students who were named to the Fall 2021 President's List and Dean's List. The following local students earned honors: Rita-Faith Slimmer of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Slimmer is majoring in Undecided. Brian Fell of Wall Township (07719) was named to the President's List. Fell is majoring in Undecided. Lia Pecarsky of Cherry Hill (08003) was named to the President's List. Pecarsky is majoring in Psychology. Haley Schonberg of Medford (08055) was named to the Dean's List. Schonberg is majoring in Psychology. Kiley Pettit of Ocean... Read more →