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March 2022

The Gloucester City Bomber Found Guilty

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet The GCity Cross-Fit gym, 512-514 South Broadway; the bomb, which was placed against the door, blew out the door but the plate glass windows on either side of the door were not damaged. (CNBNewsnet photo) GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 26, 2022)—Dwayne A. Vandergrift Jr. who was accused of detonating a homemade bomb at GCity Cross-fit gym, in the summer of 2020, pleaded guilty on Friday, March 25 in U.S. District Court, Camden City, according to the Courier Post. The gym is surrounded by residential homes. Those living in the area said they were awakened... Read more →

NJBIA FY23 Budget Testimony: Concerns on Spending, Lack of Help for Small Business

NJBIA welcomed a proposed FY23 State Budget that does not include any new taxes and makes a full pension payment, but strongly cautioned that New Jersey’s rate of spending is unsustainable, and much more can be done to help New Jersey businesses. In testimony before the Assembly Budget Committee today, NJBIA Vice President of Government Affairs Christopher Emigholz said the $48.9 billion budget is the largest in state history and has grown more than 5% since the budget signed nearly nine months ago and 41% over Gov. Phil Murphy’s five budgets. Emigholz said that level of spending is “unsustainable,” with... Read more →

Prisoner Sentenced for Conspiring with Guard to Smuggle Contraband into Philly Correctional Center

PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced Kennard Murray, 37, of Philadelphia, PA, a currently incarcerated inmate at the Philadelphia Industrial Correctional Center (PICC), was sentenced to seven years in prison and three years of supervised release by United States District Court Judge Cynthia M. Rufe for his role in a conspiracy to smuggle contraband into the facility. In May 2021, the defendant and two co-defendants, Haneef Lawton, 34, a Philadelphia Corrections Officer, and Charlene Stallings, 43, the defendant’s girlfriend, were charged by Indictment with conspiracy; federal program bribery; and distribution, conspiracy to distribute, and possession with intent... Read more →

Consumer Alert: Recall of Ready to Eat Chicken Breast Meals

WASHINGTON, March 25, 2022 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert due to concerns that the chicken breast component of ready-to-eat (RTE) chicken breast meal kits may contain wheat and soy, known allergens, which are not declared on the product labels. FSIS is issuing this public health alert to ensure that consumers are aware that these products should not be consumed. The chicken breast meal kits were produced March 19, 2022 to March 22, 2022. The following products are subject to the public health alert [view labels]: 11.55 oz.... Read more →

Four Russian Government Employees Charged with Hacking by U.S.

Four Russian Government Employees Charged in Two Separate Hacking Campaigns Targeting Worldwide Critical Infrastructure Defendants’ Campaigns Targeted Software and Hardware for Operational Technology Systems The Department of Justice unsealed two indictments today charging four defendants, all Russian nationals who worked for the Russian government, with attempting, supporting, and conducting cyber intrusions that together, in two separate conspiracies, targeted the global energy sector between 2012 and 2018. In total, these hacking campaigns targeted thousands of computers, at hundreds of companies and organizations, in approximately 135 countries. A June 2021 indictment in the District of Columbia, United States v. Evgeny Viktorovich Gladkikh,... Read more →

Environmental Groups Stop PA Liquified Natural Gas Plant from Shipping by Rail into NJ

WYALUSING, PA (March 24, 2022) - PennFuture, Clean Air Council, and Sierra Club obtained a settlement on March 18 that halts construction of the proposed Bradford County Real Estate Partners (BCREP) liquified natural gas (LNG) plant in Wyalusing Township, Bradford County, and requires the applicant to obtain a new air quality permit should it wish to continue with this proposed project. This settlement has major implications for New Jersey. The proposed facility is part of an interstate LNG export scheme that would take fracked gas from Pennsylvania, compress it into LNG, then truck or train it across communities, many of... Read more →

Jose Alfredo Cardenas-Martinez, aka El Contador, Head of Gulf Cartel Indicted

BROWNSILLE, Texas – On Thursday, the head of the Gulf Cartel, Jose Alfredo Cardenas-Martinez, aka El Contador, 42, of Matamoros, Mexico, was indicted on various charges related to his position as the head of the Cardenas family drug trafficking operation known as the Cartel del Golfo. Jose Alfredo Cardenas-Martinez, aka El Contador image courtesy of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents assigned to Harlingen working jointly with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and with assistance from U.S. Border Patrol investigated this case. On Nov. 10, 2021, a federal grand jury in Brownsville... Read more →

Charles L. Miller, of Mount Ephraim

Beloved husband of 65 years to the late Raffaelina "Rae" Miller. Loving father of Donna (Robert) Arcinese, Lee (Christine) Miller and Patty (Nick) Ferrara. Devoted grandfather of 6 and great grandfather of 6. He is also survived by his brother, Bill Miller and sister, Joan (Carroll) Young, two nieces and many cousins. Charles was a 41 year employee of RCA, Cherry Hill, NJ and an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Committal Graveside Prayers on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, 11 AM at New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr, NJ. Memorial contributions may be made in... Read more →

Elaine G. Graham, age 80, of Audubon

Elaine G. Graham (nee Hackett) passed away on March 23, 2022. A resident of Audubon, NJ, she was 80 years old. Dear mother of Sherry Mallgrave (Lawrence), William (Lorilyn) Graham, Jr. and Kelly Graham-Owens (Mick). Loving grandmother of Zachary, Michelle, Matthew, Michael, William III, Kerilyn, Ryan, Graham, Madison and Ava and great grandmother of Dylan, Max, Michael, Zachary, Bailey, William IV, Nicholas, Gabriella and Austin. Elaine Elaine loved her family, enjoyed cooking for her family and was known for her catering. She also enjoyed time spent with her dog, Harry. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her viewing on... Read more →

VIDEO: Project Veritas Says DOJ Spied on Journalists

(CNBNewsnet)March 26, 2022)--The U.S. Department of Justice has been spying on journalists and raiding their homes looking for Ashley Biden's diary, according to a recent Project Veritas investigation. This is the same Justice Department that continues to keep 100 people in jail for protesting the results of the November 2020 Presidential election without charging them with any crimes. What happened to Innocent until Proven Guilty? What happened to the First Amendment? Where is the Public Outcry? Read more →

National Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor, NY

Stories told of Purple Heart recipients from the Civil War through today The American Legion About 60 miles north of Manhattan, N.Y., is the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor, where the stories of Purple Heart recipients are told. Visitors to the museum experience the Purple Heart Journey and stories of recipients through video interactives, exhibits, artifacts, and the Roll of Honor – an electronic database of Purple Heart recipients from the Civil War through today. The database can be accessed at six interactive computer kiosks at the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Museum and online... Read more →

SIERRA CLUB: Food Pantry Plastic Extension Bill Passed by Assembly and Senate

TRENTON, NJ – Thursday, the Senate and Assembly passed S2363 (Smith) / A2065 (Coughlin). The bill gives food pantries a 6 month extension from the law prohibiting sale and distribution of plastic and paper carryout bags by certain businesses. The bill will also provide 500,000 free reusable carryout bags proportionally distributed to the State’s food banks. It passed the Senate with a vote of 36-0 and it passed the Assembly with a vote of 58-15-1. It now goes to Governor Murphy’s desk to sign. In response, Anjuli Ramos-Busot, New Jersey Chapter Director, Sierra Club, issued the following statement: “Plastic pollution... Read more →

Pennsylvania Democrats Out Raise Republicans by 33% in State House races

By Kalyn Stralow | Ballotpedia via The Center Square HARRISBURG, PA (March 24, 2022)--Campaign finance requirements govern how much money candidates may receive from individuals and organizations, how often they must report those contributions, and how much individuals, organizations, and political entities may contribute to campaigns. While campaign finance is not the only factor in electoral outcomes, successful fundraising can provide a candidate with advantages during a campaign. Fundraising can also indicate party momentum. This article lists top fundraisers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, overall and by party. It is based on campaign finance reports that officeholders in and... Read more →

Gloucester County Director Frank J. DiMarco presented veteran George Brown with a certificate celebrating his 97th birthday.

Mr. Brown is a charter member of the Original Cemetery Advisory Council Committee which was charged with the responsibility of choosing a location designing and overseeing the construction of the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery. He is also the founder and Captain of the Cemetery Honor Guard, which has been recognized nationally for its service to our deceased veterans and their families. He has been a member of the VFW Post 1616 in Williamstown for decades and has served the Post and its members as the Commander. He has previously served as Commander of the VFW District 13 [Gloucester County]... Read more →

GROWING UP IN Gloucester City NJ (The Year 1939-40)

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-Bottom row L-R: Charles (Ozzie) Souder, Tilley Wiltsey, Jane Thilo, Ella Mackey, Henry Kowalski, Bill (Doc) Lonabaugh. Middle row L-R: Nora Peltz, Mary Ellen Clark, Ruth Souder, Roy Mackey, Walt Thilo, Lew Souder. Top row L-R: John Lonabaugh, (McNutt twins?), Alex Lonabaugh, Cathy Peltz. The picture was taken on the front steps of the house located on the southeast corner of Atlantic Street and Ridgeway Street. The year is estimated to be 1939 or 1940. Related articles April 2011 CHEERS AND JEERS ( Read more →


TO ENHANCE TREE STEWARDSHIP STATEWIDE Funding Will Help Initiatives to Combat Climate Change, Support Overburdened Communities (22/P12) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is awarding 38 grants totaling $1.3 million to promote the stewardship of urban and community trees and forests throughout New Jersey, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. The grants support Governor Phil Murphy’s environmental justice initiatives in vulnerable neighborhoods, with 75 percent of the funds awarded to municipalities with at least one overburdened community. “Urban trees and forests are vitally important for the many benefits they provide to clean our air and water, and to provide... Read more →

GOOD NEWS: Maple Shade National Guard Soldier Receives New Rank, New Responsibilities

LATHAM, NY (03/21/2022)-- Major General Ray Shields, the adjutant general for the state of New York, announces the recent promotion of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership. Alan Williams from Maple Shade, N.J., and assigned to the Company B, 2nd Battalion, 108th Infantry, received a promotion to the rank of corporal on February 17, 2022. Army National Guard promotions are based on overall performance, attitude, leadership ability, and development potential. These promotions additionally recognize the best qualified Soldiers and attract and retain the highest caliber Citizen Soldiers for... Read more →

Beatrice M. Cunningham, age 60 of Williamstown, formerly of Gloucester City

Beatrice M. Cunningham, age 60 of Williamstown, passed away on Monday, March 21, 2022. Beatrice was born in Camden and had been a long-time Gloucester City neighbor before moving to Williamstown. Beatrice was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, and friend who loved live music at concerts, especially Rod Stewart, working on her 67 Camaro and reading. Beatrice is the daughter of the late Walter & Anna Mae Marie Cunningham and is survived by her only son, Joseph Cunningham. The cunningham family has chosen to share their heartfelt stories privately #crerancelebration #heartfelt © 2022 Creran Celebration LLC. All Rights Reserved Read more →

Troy Nokes Arrested for Allegedly Causing the Overdose Death of a 12-Year-Old Child

Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Gloucester Twp. Police Chief David Harkins are announcing the arrest of Troy Nokes for causing the overdose death of a 12-year-old child. Troy Nokes, 35, of Blackwood, was charged on March 21, 2022 with first degree Aggravated Manslaughter, first degree Strict Liability Drug-Induced Death, first degree Maintaining a CDS Production Facility, second degree Employing a Juvenile in a Drug Distribution Scheme, six counts of third degree Endangering the Welfare of a Child, six counts of third degree Witness Tampering, one count of fourth degree Tampering with Evidence, two counts of third degree Hindering... Read more →

State-Sponsored Russian Cyber Actors Targeted Energy Sector from 2011 to 2018

Original release date: March 24, 2022 CISA, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Energy have released a joint Cybersecurity Advisory (CSA) detailing campaigns conducted by state-sponsored Russian cyber actors from 2011 to 2018 that targeted U.S. and international Energy Sector organizations. The CSA highlights historical tactics, techniques, and procedures as well as mitigations Energy Sector organizations can take now to protect their networks. CISA encourages all critical infrastructure organizations to review joint CSA: Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures of Indicted State-Sponsored Russian Cyber Actors Targeting the Energy Sector and apply the recommendations. For more information on Russian state-sponsored... Read more →

Sewer Break Discharges Wastewater into Christina River

The New Castle County Department of Public Works repaired a force main break, which caused wastewater to overflow and spill into the Nonesuch Creek and Christina River. The overflow occurred when the force main ruptured near 419 Old Airport Road in New Castle. The wastewater spill was reported to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control on Wednesday, March 23. The New Castle County Department of Public Works worked through the night to stop the spill and repair the 36-inch force main line. The crew was able to bypass flow and close a valve to stop the leak.... Read more →

Best Crypto Podcasts

Listening to the best crypto podcasts is vital in helping you get the correct information needed to trade in the market. There are many sites to listen to, but not all will give you accurate information or satisfy your interest. This article will provide you with the best crypto podcast to help build your knowledge. To decide on the best cryptocurrency trading that will earn you well, consider going through today's cryptocurrency prices. Some of the best crypto podcasts to listen to include; Stephan Livera Podcast Stephan Livera Podcast focuses on everything bitcoin. Stephan Livera aims to equip his listeners... Read more →

IRS-CI releases latest COVID-related fraud investigational statistics 

Agency has conducted more than 660 investigations with alleged fraud totaling more than $1.8B PHILADELPHIA – IRS Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) released investigational statistics today about COVID-related fraud investigations conducted by the agency over the past two years. “As we commemorate the second anniversary of The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, we want to shine the light on the great work IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agents have done to hold accountable those who targeted CARES Act programs,” said IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Yury Kruty. “These criminals fraudulently took advantage of financial assistance created for... Read more →

How to avoid risks involved in cryptocurrency investing

Roused by the massive capability of these youthful yet encouraging resources, they purchased modest cryptographic forms of money. Accordingly, the 2017 Bell Run saw him become a tycoon. Indeed, even the people who didn't partake a lot of created sensible gains. After three years, the cryptocurrency is as yet productive, and the market has arrived. Perhaps you are as of now a financial backer/broker or perhaps you are thinking about taking a shot. Regardless, it's a good idea to know the advantages of putting resources into digital currencies. Here we have the unnecessary risk in bitcoin investment so you can... Read more →

Four Options for Financing a Roofing Project

However humble it may be, home is always the place. This and many more expressions emphasize the importance of home and the need to make it a better place for our family and us. Homes, like other assets, depreciate and need renovations to make our lives more comfortable. Your roof, for example, might start leaking whenever it rains. Such a situation requires you to act swiftly. Unfortunately, most of the time, such cases catch us off guard, and we cannot afford the cost of the repairs. Luckily, there are some solutions you should adopt. This post walks you through four... Read more →

CYBER SECURITY ALERT: Tips to Protect Your Connected Devices and Accounts

By Alvaro Puig March 23, 2022 For so many of us, cell phones and computers are embedded in our personal and professional lives. We talk and text, we browse the web, we watch, and we create. Our devices store a lot of personal information, so it’s a good idea to take a few minutes to make sure your computer, phone, and other connected devices are protected. Update your software Software developers release updates — to software, operating systems, and internet browsers — to patch vulnerabilities before attackers can exploit them. Some programs are pre-set to update automatically. Check your settings... Read more →

Volunteers Needed for Christina River Watershed Cleanup April 2

Registration Open for In-Person Event As part of the month-long 2022 Earth Day celebration in April, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control joins the Christina Conservancy and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary to mobilize volunteers to pick up trash in northern Delaware during the 30thannual Christina River Watershed Cleanup. Volunteer registration is open on the volunteer tab at, for an in-person event from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 2 at 15 sites in northern New Castle County, from Brandywine Hundred south through Glasgow and Bear. Due to the opening of trout season, White Clay... Read more →

Tip to know more about crypto mining evolution

It's undeniably true that bitcoin mining equipment has gone through fast changes as of late because of the development of new focal handling units on the lookout. More current machines can process bitcoin quicker than more established PCs. Also, they utilize less power and last longer. Field programming watchmen are coordinated with CPUs to build their registering power. While picking equipment for Bitcoin handling, ensure that it has a high hash rate which will give amazing outcomes to the clients. Authorities on the matter agree the speed of information handling is estimated in super hash rates each second or GIGA... Read more →

Newark Resident Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison for Conspiring to Obtain More Than $700,000

NEWARK, N.J. – An Essex County, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 33 months in prison for conspiring to fraudulently obtain more than $700,000, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Jefferson Robert, 31, of Newark, previously pleaded guilty by videoconference before U.S. District Judge Julien X. Neals to an information charging him with conspiring to commit wire fraud. Judge Neals imposed the sentence by videoconference today. According to documents filed in the case and statements made in court: On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law. The CARES Act... Read more →

What are the basic differences in bitcoin trading?

This computerized surge of cash that is immersing worldwide financial backers isn't just getting simpler yet in addition turning out to be more risky step by step. Albeit at first a basic distributed framework for little exchanges, it is currently utilized for enormous speculations and abroad extravagance buys, which have presented new procedures and utilizations. How can it truly function? Bitcoin is cash very much like some other. It very well may be utilized for trading as well as for speculation and sharing and can be taken. Albeit the innovation's underlying presentation accompanied a work area program, it can now... Read more →

Court Sentenced Ex-Roommate of Former Philadelphia Eagle to 60 Days for Insider Trading Scheme

Mychal Kendricks, a former Eagle football player, and co-conspirator sentenced to one day in prison and three years of supervised release fined a $100,000 PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Mark Wayne Ramsey, 32, of San Francisco, CA, was sentenced to 60 days in prison, three years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine by United States District Judge Gene E.K. Pratter for his participation in an insider trading scheme. Mychal Kendricks, a former Eagle football player In September 2021, a jury found the defendant guilty of four counts of securities fraud... Read more →

Details about SPICE DAO and the DUNE NFT 

Throughout the end of the week, Spice DAO was commending its excellent arrangement to deliver NFTs in light of an intriguing book specifying the bombed variation of producer Alejandro Judorowski's Frank Herbert's awe-inspiring sci-fi novel Dune, In November, they accepted their duplicate at the Christie's closeout for 2.66 million euros (a little more than 3.3 million). It was recorded at 25,000-€ 35,000, so the DAO paid multiple times more than assessed. If you want to know more about the depth-related SPICE DAO and the DUNE NFT then visit here. The gathering erroneously felt that the buy included getting copyright to... Read more →

Study Shows JOGO-Gx Helps With Treating Parkinson's Disease Symptoms Like Tremors, Muscular Rigidity

BRIDGEWATER, NJ March 17, 2022 – JOGO-Gx, a non-invasive digital therapeutic built with AI and wearables that taps into the neuroplasticity of the brain using biofeedback, shows early success as a Parkinson’s Disease treatment. An uncurable progressive nerve system illness, Parkinson’s affects more than 10 million people worldwide with symptoms such as uncontrollable tremors and muscular rigidity. Existing medications for treating Parkinson’s have severe side effects, and often become less effective with time – leaving sufferers of this disease with few options. JOGO-Gx has already shown a 70% tremor reduction among initial trial participants using the device at least two... Read more →

Gloucester City Mayor/Council to vote on New Business Tax, New Title for Tax Job, Property Tax Increase, More Stop Signs

Gloucester City Police Administration building 313 Monmouth Street. Image provided by Google street view GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 23, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City mayor and council will meet, Thursday, March 24, at 7 PM in council chambers at the Police Administration Building, 313 Monmouth Street. A number of ordinances are up for second reading and final adoption including Ordinance #O 02-2022 titled Creating a Mercantile License Process. This new law is basically another tax on local businesses requiring the owners to fill out more paperwork and pay a $50 fee every two years. The penalty for non-compliance is a fine not exceeding... Read more →

The Different Careers You Can Have with Computer Programming Skills

One of the best ways to get a high-paying job that will have you living comfortably – no matter where you might be living in the country – is by learning computer programming skills. In fact, by learning computer programming skills, you will actually be increasing your employability, something that is essential if you are looking to get ahead in the modern world. The question you may be asking yourself is what kinds of jobs you can get with computer programming skills. Well, the good news is that if you want to learn more, you are in the right place.... Read more →


Some Schools Are Abusing Children and Parents

Bill Donohue | CNBNewsnet Contributor Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how child and parental rights are being violated by an educational association: Three weeks ago today, I sent a letter to Donna Orem, president of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), asking her to validate a story about the organization that was published by Breitbart, an internet media outlet; copies were sent to members of the board of trustees. She has not replied, thus I am going public with my concerns. NAIS is the national accreditation association for private schools across the country. In my letter I... Read more →

Mark P. MacWilliams, of Bellmawr, age 56

Mark P. MacWilliams, a resident of Bellmawr, NJ, formerly of Carmel, Indiana, age 56, passed away on March 20, 2022. Mark is the son of Mary Pat MacWilliams (nee O’Neill) and the late Dr. Robert H. MacWilliams. Mark was a graduate of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School class of 1983 and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis. His lifelong love of music led to an equal passion for building uniquely designed guitar and stereo amplifiers that he gifted to friends and family. He was an avid reader of all genres, conversant on many subjects,... Read more →

Giovanni Esposito of Gibbstown Charged with Murder

PAULSBORO, NJ (March 22, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--On Sunday, March 20, 2022, at approximately 1:18 p.m., officers from the Paulsboro Police Department were dispatched to the area of North Commerce and Buck Streets, Paulsboro, New Jersey for a deceased male laying on a sidewalk adjacent to North Commerce Street. As a result of an immediate follow-up investigation, personnel from the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and the Paulsboro Police Department determined the victim was struck by a red van driven by Giovanni Esposito of Gibbstown, New Jersey. Investigation disclosed that the victim and Giovanni Esposito were known to each other from a recent physical... Read more →

UPDATE: Head On Collision in Gloucester Township Results In Serious Bodily Injury And Fatality  

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (March 22, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--On Thursday, February 24, 2022 at approximately 2:04 pm Gloucester Township Police responded to a report of a head-on collision on Rt. 168 (Black Horse Pike) in the area of Landing Road where occupants of both vehicles were suffering from significant to serious bodily injuries. The Gloucester Township Police Department Serious Crash Investigation Team (SCIT) conducted an investigation into the cause of the crash and determined the driver of a gray Chevrolet Traverse, Elizabeth McDonel, was traveling northbound in the southbound lane, causing vehicles traveling southbound to swerve out of the way to avoid a... Read more →

Mantua Police Arrest Suspect on Numerous Gun Crimes

MANTUA, NJ (March 22, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--On Sunday, March 20, 2022, at approximately 8:24 a.m., officers from the Mantua Township Police Department were dispatched to a residence on Pinebrook Drive, Mantua, New Jersey for a report of gunfire. A victim present at the scene reported that the suspect, identified as Alexus L. Kendall-Logan, 23, of Mantua, had fired one round from a semiautomatic handgun at the victim during a physical altercation inside the residence. The victim, who was not hit, had wrestled the handgun away from the suspect and forced the suspect out of the residence. While outside, the suspect attempted to... Read more →

Donald E. Trout of Mantua, age 72

On March 20, 2022, at age 72. Of Mantua. Formerly of West Deptford. Loving husband of 34 years to the late Janice M. Trout (nee Russell). Loving father of Justin Trout, Jody Collins (Andrew) and Joseph Spera, III (Tracey). Cherished grandfather of Joseph Spera, IV, and Alyssa and Johnathan Collins. Don was born in Mt. Holly, NJ. He retired as a field operator for Occidental Chemical in Florence, NJ. A Memorial Service for Don is currently being planned and details will be posted once finalized. Condolences and memories may be shared at under the obituary of Donald E. Trout.... Read more →

EEG Host US skill-based wagering event at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Hoboken, New Jersey--(March 22, 2022) - Esports Entertainment Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMBL) (NASDAQ: GMBLW) (EEG or the "Company") today announced its LANDuel launch event, held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on March 19-20, drew more than 290 registrants for the first sanctioned skill-based wagering event in the U.S. More than 16,000 live viewers watched professional competitors DubDot, Joke, and OneGreatUserplay and stream from the event. In addition, over 100 on-site spectators including representatives from multiple casinos, resorts, and professional sports teams attended the tournament. The event was the debut of EEG's LANDuel platform, and will be... Read more →

Mayor Bailes' Promise Of Open Government In Gloucester City Has Arrived; First Newsletter In A Decade Released

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (March 22, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--For over a decade or more residents in Gloucester City, including the press, have had to rely on bits and pieces of trickled information coming from the Municipal Building to learn about what was happening in the City. In the past whenever the Press would ask a question the response was always "you'll have to submit an OPRA (Open Public Records Act) request". As far as this reporter is concerned the OPRA process is time-consuming and costly for taxpayers. Most of the time many questions from the Press can... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: Are You in the Middle Class?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Contributor A list was recently printed in It gave the incomes needed to be considered "middle class" in each of the 50 states. The range is very wide but the parameters consider a town such as Gloucester City to be lower middle class while Voorhees or Haddonfield are considered higher middle class. Listed below are only a few states which stood out. New Jersey? For once we aren't the most expensive state; we came in second. The incomes listed below are for two people in a family. Alabama $30,000 to $115,000 Mississippi $34,818 to $103,354... Read more →

8 Fugitives, Some Wanted for Violent Crimes Arrested in Essex County

Newark, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit coordinated a four-day cooperative mobile deployment that led to the arrest of 18 fugitives in Essex County, including seven documented street gang members. This deployment is part of a comprehensive initiative to reduce violent crime statewide. Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, Violent and Organized Crime Control North Bureau, K-9 North Unit, Real Time Crime Center North Unit, and Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory Unit, along with members of the United States Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force, the New Jersey Department of Corrections Special Operations Group,... Read more →


TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection’s Marine Fisheries Administration is receiving $826,807 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Seafood Processors Pandemic Response and Safety Block Grant Program to create the NJ Seafood Processor COVID-19 Assistance Program, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. The DEP’s Marine Fisheries Administration is partnering with New Jersey’s Department of Health and the Department of Agriculture to provide reimbursements for eligible COVID-19 expenses incurred by New Jersey’ seafood processors, including processing vessels and dealers, between Jan. 27, 2020 and Dec. 31, 2021. “New Jersey’s fishing industry is a mainstay of our culture and economy,... Read more →

CNB SPORTS NEWS: American Legion Baseball Alumni Players Who Reached The Big Leagues(B to C)

Baerga, Carlos Played American Legion Baseball: Guaynabo, P.R. Bagwell, Jeff Played American Legion Baseball: Post 75, Middletown, Conn. Baines, Harold Played American Legion Baseball: Post 70, Talbot, Md. Baker, Dusty Played American Legion Baseball: Post 412, Fair Oaks, Calif. Baldelli, Rocco Played American Legion Baseball: Rhode Island Bard, Daniel Played American Legion Baseball: Post 337, Pineville, N.C. Beimel, Joe Played American Legion Baseball: Post 511, Kersey, Pa. Belanger, Mark Played American Legion Baseball: Pittsfield, Mass. (reached 1960 ALWS) Belcher, Tim Played American Legion Baseball: Post 518, Ashley, Ohio (won state title in 1980) Bell, Jerry Played American Legion Baseball: Post... Read more →

New Executive Director to Head Garden State Wine Assn.

Devon Perry Brings 20+ Years of Organization Management and Public Relations Experience; Plans to Diversify and Reconnect the New Jersey Viticulture Community Haddonfield, NJ (March 21, 2022) – Garden State Wine Growers Association – a coalition of 50+ New Jersey wineries and vineyards that support the Garden State’s wine industry through information, resources, and advocacy – announces the appointment of its new Executive Director, Devon Perry. Over the past two decades, Perry has played an active role in the travel and tourism field. Her work centers on connecting with small businesses, cultural organizations, and community partners to help realize their... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Investigating Four Different Shootings that Occurred Between March 5 and March 19

PHILADELPHIA PA (MARCH 21, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Philadelphia Police Department released the following information today on several shootings that have occurred throughout the city. The dates of the incidents are March 4, March 15, March 18 and March 19. If you have any information about these incidents contact the police. Google street view of the 1500 block of Cecil B. Moore Avenue March 18, 2022, at approximately 9:58 PM, a Temple Police Officer was parked at 18th and Cecil B. Moore when he heard multiple gunshots in the area. Temple Police were able to locate two shooting victims on the 1500 block... Read more →