NEWS, SPORTS, COMMENTARY, POLITICS for Gloucester City and the Surrounding Areas of South Jersey and Philadelphia

« March 2022 | Main | May 2022 »

April 2022

Renault Winery Owners Purchase Sea Oaks Golf Resort, Ocean County

NEW OWNERS PLAN TO BRING JOBS AND NEW LIFE BACK TO OCEAN COUNTY PROPERTY Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey - Accountable Equity today announces it has acquired the Sea Oaks Golf Resort in Ocean County, New Jersey. In a transaction valued at more than $6.5 million, the opportunity will supercharge the ‘drive to’ resort Mid-Atlantic market, offering a greater variety of award-winning destinations and guest experiences for golf lovers, locals, and visitors. As part of the deal, Accountable Equity, owners and operators of the hugely successful Renault Winery Resort and Vineyard National Golf Course in Egg Harbor, has also hinted... Read more →

Secret reasons about small business to consider bitcoin

The bitcoin is virtual money that relies upon no central master for the covering of books anyway rather thoroughly open source, a circulated association for cash, is uncommon all through the whole presence of human monetary issues. In any case, shouldn't something be said about people, their representatives and the business neighborhood this new kind of cash? Is it true that you are down? Find out reasons behind small business to consider bitcoin trading valuable and helpful at any cost. World of politics In specific spots and countries, dependent upon the world of politics, the bitcoin may go down speedier... Read more →

How to tackle with the legal risks in crypto trading

Conceivably the most questionable new pursuit vehicles in the 21st hundred years, with the premium for second and epic advantages, is Bitcoins, the virtual money. The conversation is fairly a result of its flightiness, generally due to the flimsiness of the Wikipedia exchange, and almost considering the way that their distinctive verification inferred they were the leaned toward methodology for portion for culprits. Things are changing and especially after the temperamental spell in which a huge exchange, MT Gox, looked for monetary security, it gives off an impression of being that the money has changed in an all the more... Read more →

Food Business Basics Virtual Workshop for Food Entrepreneurs

The Food Innovation Center at Rutgers is having a Food Business Basics Workshop for early stage entrepreneurs on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10-11, 2022 from 9:00am-1:00pm. This is a WEBEX virtual workshop. Food Business Basics is a unique opportunity for food entrepreneurs to learn critical aspects of entering or growing their business in the prepared food and beverage industry. Attendees will be in front of movers and shakers working in the industry, who will give advice on to how create, commercialize, market, and sell in this competitive market. On day one, there will be information on consumer trends, category overview,... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: Help for Unemployment Claims

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews TRENTON, NJ (April 27, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--In New Jersey the Democrats and Republicans are actually working together on the unemployment problem. They might as well hold up signs reading "election year, our friends and we want your vote." Many State Senators have formed a new committee to investigate the Department of Labor have said the same things. The residents they represent, every single one, complained that they never got through on the phone and no one ever called them back. They heard everyday "There is no one [at the Dept of Labor] to talk to. After weeks of... Read more →

GlobalData: AR investment in sport will be driven by fan engagement in broadcasting and mobile devices

Augmented reality (AR) driven fan experiences in broadcasting and mobile devices offer the most lucrative and accessible opportunities for AR integration. AR graphics in broadcasting creates a more engaging and insightful analysis of events, while AR on personal devices can increase fan engagement, observes GlobalData. According to the leading data and analytics company’s latest report, ‘Augmented Reality (AR) in Sport – Thematic Research’, AR adoption in the sports industry is limited but increasing. In 2020 AR was worth $7 billion globally, and GlobalData forecasts the AR market will be worth $152 billion by 2030. Sarah Coop, Thematic Analyst at GlobalData,... Read more →

Monmouth University Poll Reveals Most People Support Plastic Bag Ban; Few Aware of Ban on Paper

New Jersey Tuesday, April 19, 2022 Lower income residents expect harder time to adapt West Long Branch, NJ – Most New Jerseyans are aware that a ban on single-use plastic bags will go into effect next month, but the word “ban” may mean different things to different people. There is majority support for a “plastic bag ban,” but many backers would still prefer to have access to plastic bags for a small fee. At the same time, the Monmouth (“Mon-muth”) University Poll finds that many New Jerseyans are likely to be caught off guard if they expect to be able... Read more →

Lakeside Refrigerated Services, Swedesboro, Recall 121,000 lbs of Ground Beef Products Because of E. coli

FSIS Announcement WASHINGTON, April 25, 2022 – Lakeside Refrigerated Services, a Swedesboro, N.J. establishment, is recalling approximately 120,872 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O103, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The ground beef products were produced from February 1, 2022, through April 8, 2022. The complete list of products and product codes for the beef products that are subject to recall can be found here. Labels for the ground beef products can be found here. The products are subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 46841”... Read more →

GCity Police Arrest Lindenwold Man for Firing Gun

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 26, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police have arrested a suspect who was allegedly involved in firing a gun near Gloucester City Middle School on Sunday, April 24, 2022, around 8 PM. No one was struck by the gunfire. graphic files The suspect, Taijun Blount, 18, of Lindenwold, NJ was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Handgun, Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, and Endangering the Welfare of a Minor. Blount was processed on the above-listed charges and remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility pending a detention hearing before the Court. This investigation is ongoing, and... Read more →

Gloucester City Republican Candidates Take Issue with the Sudden Change of the City's Trash Ordinance by the Democrats

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 26, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Republican council candidates released the following statement today regarding an amendment to an existing ordinance (Chapter 66, Property Maintenance, Article II)specifically the storage and handling of trash to be introduced on first reading at the Thursday, April 28 council meeting. Dear Citizens of Gloucester City, The first screen shot is an ordinance being discussed at this Thursday’s Gloucester City Council meeting. The second screen shot is a portion of the Gloucester City Republican ”first 100 days” released about TWO months ago; so this proposed ordinance is a start. The GOP slate and... Read more →

Investigative Report: The State Took His Kids Three Times. And Three Times It Gave Them Back.

CNBNews graphic file by Molly Parker for The Southern Illinoisan and Vernal Coleman and Haru Coryne, ProPublica ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. On a September afternoon last year, a state child welfare investigator drove into Alto Pass, a village in the rolling hills of Southern Illinois, to the home Alan Schott shared with his then-girlfriend and his two daughters. Someone had called the state’s child abuse hotline, claiming that Schott was neglecting the girls. Though they were only 6 and 8, the... Read more →

*DOWN THE SHORE: The Rock ‘n’ Roll® Running Series

The Rock ‘n’ Roll® Running Series, a best-in-class running series Bringing the Fun to the Run™ through music, entertainment, and community immersion will make its way to the Atlantic City Boardwalk in 2022, following a two-year wait. The inaugural edition of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series Atlantic City is scheduled to take place on Saturday and Sunday, May 14-15, 2022, with distances including half marathon and 5K. Presale registration for the 2022 Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series Atlantic City opens on Thursday, Oct. 28. Runners and walkers alike can register by clicking here. For more information on the Rock... Read more →

What are the benefits of Bitcoin exchanging? 

If you are excited about placing assets into bitcoin, we suggest you read the upsides of this money in this article. According to numerous assessments considers, Bitcoin monetary benefactors are the best monetary patrons on earth. For example, the coordinators of Richard Branson, eBay, PayPal, and Yippee have put energetically in this cash. Regardless of the way that your financial accomplishment depends upon various components, this exceptional money has procured a huge load of universality wherever in the world. Scrutinize on to find out extra. It is truly an approach to recognizing terms to finish up the bitcoin exchange... Read more →

How cryptosystem is to be used for world‘s solutions

Bitcoin is digital cash that has drawn in a great deal of media consideration over the most recent two years and keeps on doing as such. Wikipedia was established in 2009 by a mysterious gathering or individual utilizing the alias Nkimoto, after which the littlest unit of the bitcoin money is named. This is the first and most notable contention. Truth be told, it is just in light of a legitimate concern for the Internet world-class that the bitcoin has made boundless requests as of late, proclaiming its own regard for unfamiliar trade. You may know all the things about... Read more →

NJ Department of Transportation Accepting Municipal Aid applications being accepted for $165M in FY23 grants

Transit Village, Bikeways, and Safe Streets to Transit applications also being accepted (Trenton) – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced the grant solicitation period for NJDOT’s Fiscal Year 2023 State Aid programs is now open. Starting today, April 22, applications will be accepted for Municipal Aid, Transit Village, Bikeway, and Safe Streets to Transit programs through July 1, 2022. “The New Jersey Department of Transportation has a number of grant programs that allow our cities and towns to make needed safety and quality-of-life improvements to enhance our local transportation infrastructure without the need to impact local property... Read more →

Bitcoin impact on business sectors

Gold and Bitcoin have been used reciprocally as safe spaces and financial structures. What is a safe space? It is a spot to stop the overflow of money when there is a not kidding level of weakness in the environment. It should be something that everyone can really trust whether or not the ongoing foundations, legislatures, or significant parts in the business game are not available. The overflow should be stayed cautious experiencing the same thing. What are the risks from someone's overflow's perspective? There is thievery by burglary in case it is a genuine asset. There is hurt by... Read more →

Charles L. Vandergrift, age 72 of Gloucester City

Charles L. Vandergrift, age 72 of Gloucester City, passed away on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden. He is the beloved husband of Kathleen B. (nee Stranahan); devoted father of Kathleen Angier and her husband Dennis; loving grandfather of Jeremy Angier and dear brother of Clara Blakeslee, William, Katherine Lopez and her husband Pete, Robert and his wife Donna, Jimmy, Donald, and the late Edward Jr., Daniel, Margaret Yates and Mary Vandergrift. He is also survived by his entire family of in-laws, the Stranahans. Charlie loved his iPad, watching Westerns on TV (especially... Read more →

5 Reasons Families Should Make More Effort to Eat Together

(and a Recipe To get it Started) Chef Big Shake sheds light on the importance of families eating together and tips for saving money on groceries FRANKLIN, Tenn. – (April 2022) – The image of the family meal, where everyone is gathered around the table eating and chatting, is one that we as a society love. Yet the reality is that it's not something that most families are engaging in anymore. The American College of Pediatrics reports that family mealtimes spent together declined 30% in the last three decades, and one-third of families with 11-18-year-olds only eat one or two... Read more →

How the bitcoin advertising procedures censor Russian news

The Super Jackie Bitcoin is mathematical money that promises to change how people use cash. Bitcoins are not real coins. They are a code of secret military code and difficult to recognize the people use them to buy and sell products and undertakings. Close by baffling road drug specialists, Ashton Kutcher and Winklow's twins purportedly jumped aboard with the prevailing fashion. Visit here to know more about how requests to censor Russian news sources. What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is progressed cash that was printed by an originator in 2009 under the nom de plume Nakamoto (acknowledged to be a Japanese... Read more →

Carl Klese, Jr., 79, Owner of Bellmawr Senior Housing

Bellmawr - Carl Klese, Jr., on April 16, 2022, of Bellmawr, age 79. Beloved husband of Marlene (nee McIntyre) for 56 years. Devoted father of Kim Morgan (Ed), Michele Aquilante (Frank), Lisa Falcone (Joseph) and father-in-law of Joseph Ciano (Betsy). Loving Poppy of Nicole (Austin), Aaron, Danielle (Dan), Kari (Rich), Jessie (Vin), Sammy (Alex), Nicky, Gianni, Frankie and Great Grandpa of Ryan, Anthony, Brody, Lincoln, Kylie, Charlotte, Claire and Karl (Emma on the way). Dear brother of the late Carol Ann Klese and Dianne Ciano. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Carl was the owner of Bellmawr Senior Housing and... Read more →

Philly Gun Violence Has Students Petrified to Go to School

Nora Macaluso, Chalkbeat Apr 21, 3:08pm EDT-- Philadelphia schools can’t ignore rising gun violence if they want to reverse the trend, students said during a Wednesday panel discussion sponsored by Chalkbeat Philadelphia. That means creating safe spaces for students to express their fears and acknowledging that gun violence affects everyone. “Once you experience gun violence in your family, in any group that you’re in, you go back to school, school should be a community,” said Erin Gill-Wilson, a junior at George Washington Carver Engineering and Science High School. Instead of “jumping back into schoolwork,” students — and teachers— need support... Read more →

How the bitcoin outshining gold with new gold in the market

While the cash has been around for a long time, its noticeable quality grew two or three years earlier when vendors began to recognize it as a kind of portion. As well as using it in your trades, you can trade in a way that makes loads of money. The digital currency has not just given the quickest method for moving the cash and furthermore another substance to exchange alongside it and to bring in cash separated from the stocks and items required for this. Assuming you want total data and deceives so visit here to get a manual for... Read more →

Online Gambling In The UK: A Look At The Numbers (Statistics)

Image Source: Pixabay Due to the increasing number of online gambling sites in the UK and their enticing offers, online gambling in the country is steadily rising. Gambling is more accessible than ever, and if you have an internet connection, you can gamble anywhere in the country. The liberal regulation of gambling in the UK has also contributed to the rise of gambling in the country. UK citizens increasingly gamble on lottery tickets, sports betting, and casino games. The following is a look at the numbers that paint an interesting picture of gambling in the UK: Devices For Online Gambling... Read more →

Camden County Investigators Announced 2013 Murder Solved

Camden City NJ. – Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez are announcing that charges have been filed in connection with a 2013 cold case homicide. Duane Parker, 58, of Camden, has been charged with one count each of first-degree Murder, first-degree Felony Murder, and first-degree Robbery in the fatal stabbing of 57-year-old Timothy Appling of Camden. On December 14, 2013, at approximately 2:43 a.m., officers from the Camden County Police Department were dispatched to Broadway and Atlantic Avenue in Camden and located the victim bleeding on the ground. The victim was transported to... Read more →

CNB Politics: GOP Rep. Candidate Sean Pignatelli Believes in Freedom & Equality for All, Starting in SJ

Do you vote for people who refrain from rocking the boat? Does a politician who maintains the status quo appeal to you? Or would you prefer to elect someone with strong convictions and the drive to fight for them? If your answer is “yes”, New Jersey District 2 Congressional candidate Sean Pignatelli ( ) deserves your vote. Some politicians’ convictions come from a desire to appease the majority, hoping to win votes, but Sean’s convictions are the result of his dedication to his family and a desire to give a voice to the silenced. Health is a basic human... Read more →

I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve and Route 42 northbound Lanes, Exit 1B to be Closed/Detoured Monday Night

Overnight closures necessary to repair attenuators (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the overnight closure of the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, and the closure of Route 42 northbound lanes and Exit 1B to I-295 northbound for emergency guiderail and attenuator repairs as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. I-295 southbound closure NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., will close the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve beginning at 9 p.m. Monday, April 25 until 6 a.m. Tuesday, April... Read more →

Father’s Groups Help Advance Pennsylvania Bill Supporting Greater Father Involvement

Dads’ Resource Center is partnering with others to help remove barriers fathers face STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania – (April 2022) – Many people are not familiar with how the court, county, and human services systems unnecessarily hinder father family involvement. On behalf of the children who lose out on their chance to have their fathers involved in their lives, organizations such as the Dads’ Resource Center are shedding light on the impediments placed on dads struggling to be in the lives of their children. Due to their dedication and hard work, Pennsylvania is on the path to establishing a committee that... Read more →

Joyce E. Tighe, 85, of Williamstown, formerly of Gloucester City

Joyce E. Tighe, age 85, of Williamstown (formerly Gloucester City) passed away on Monday, April 5, 2022. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, and joyful grandmother. There was always a happy smile and friendly face for everyone she met. Her favorite lines to say were “Oh Boy” and “Whoop-Dee-Doo”. In her later years she would say “Help Me” , and when you would ask her what she needs help with she’d say “Nothing”. Her favorite pastimes where watching the Hallmark Channel, reading her magazines, and taking naps (lots of naps). She enjoyed going out to eat at Geets’ diner,... Read more →

Tennessee Brown Bag, Recalls Beef Jerky Products

FSIS Announcement WASHINGTON, April 22, 2022 - Tennessee Brown Bag, LLC, a Hixson, Tenn. establishment, is recalling approximately 4,590 pounds of beef jerky products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The ready-to-eat beef jerky products were produced from January 2020 through April 2022. The following products are subject to recall [view labels (PDF only)]: 3.0 oz. and 1.5 oz. brown zippered packages containing "TENNESSEE BROWN BAG ORIGINAL" and "Best by" dates through April 2023. 3.0 oz. and 1.5 oz. brown zippered packages containing "TENNESSEE... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: What the Hell is Going On? 

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 24, 2022)--Que diable se passe-t'il-ici? the French ask about America. I ask myself that question almost every day. What the hell is going on? This week we can ask that question about the Dioceses of Camden. The old news is that the dioceses declared bankruptcy in October, 2020. That case is still in the courts. This week's news is that the dioceses wants to put $87.5 million into a trust fund for the survivors of sexual abuse. This has to be approved by the bankruptcy court which is, as all bankruptcies, in... Read more →

Lindenwold Shooting; One Man Killed, Second Injured

Lindenwold, N.J. – Detectives are investigating a shooting that killed one man and injured another in Lindenwold, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Lindenwold Police Chief Michael P. McCarthy, Jr. CNBNEWS Crime graphics On Friday, April 22, 2022, at approximately 8:09 p.m., officers from the Lindenwold Police Department responded to the 400 block of West Park Avenue in Lindenwold for multiple 911 calls reporting gunshots. Upon arrival, officers located the victim, Alvin Redd, 25, of Lindenwold, lying in the street suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim was transported to Jefferson Hospital-Stratford, where he was pronounced deceased... Read more →

Archdiocesan 2022 Blue Pinwheel Awareness Garden

The Archdiocesan Office for Child and Youth Protection (OCYP) will partner with Our Lady of Mercy Regional Catholic School in Maple Glen (Montgomery County) to host the The garden is being planted in observance of “National Child Abuse Prevention Month,” which is commemorated annually during the month of April. The garden is part of a national movement, “Pinwheels for Prevention.” It is as a grass roots initiative sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse America. Tuesday, April 26, 2022 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Saint Alphonsus Church 33 Conwell Drive Maple Glen, PA 19002 (Montgomery County) Portions of the event will be... Read more →

How The Federal Government Handles Found Military Ordnance

Examples of devices recovered and rendered safe by the FBI Eastern Missouri Bomb Tech Task Force, including a World War II-era Japanese mortar round, a Civil War-era cannonball, and a grenade. Some families of aging U.S. war veterans are finding unexpected, and highly dangerous, souvenirs among their loved ones’ belongings—ticking time bombs. Service members either brought the devices home from their combat service or purchased them later. Most of the devices found today come from World War I (which the U.S. entered 105 years ago this month), World War II, Korea, Vietnam, or the Gulf War. Known as military ordnance,... Read more →

Vision improvement is long-lasting with treatment for blinding blood vessel condition

NIH-funded study finds many patients with retinal vein occlusion have vision benefits, but require long-term monitoring and treatment. Occlusion of the retinal veins can lead to blood vessel leakage in the retina. NEI New research shows that a treatment for retinal vein occlusion yields long-lasting vision gains, with visual acuity remaining significantly above baseline at five years. However, many patients require ongoing treatment. Retinal vein occlusion is one of the most common blinding conditions in the United States; without treatment, central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), the most severe type of retinal vein occlusion often leads to significant and permanent vision... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: George Santos Signals Renaissance For GOP in New York’s Suburbs

MARC ANG | CNBNEWS CONTRIBUTOR Born and raised in New York City in the borough of Queens, and still currently a resident of Queens County, soon to become a Nassau County resident, 33 year old George Santos is a first generation born American with parents from Puerto Rico. He is also LGBT. Most importantly, it’s not about checking intersectional boxes but George’s fresh perspective on culture and politics signals an urban renaissance for the GOP where a new coalition of minorities is rising. This was evidenced in the last presidential election when Donald Trump, despite losing nationally, improved as much... Read more →

Gloucester Township Hockey Alliance Tournament April 23rd to May 1st

Gloucester Township Police Traffic Advisory- Beginning Saturday, April 23rd through May 1st, the Gloucester Township Hockey Alliance is hosting the 2022 NSHA-GTHA Nationals tournament. The tournament will be taking place at the Gloucester Township Marge Martin Sports Complex located at 430 Woodbury-Turnersville Road in the Lakeland Section. Next Two Weekends: Drivers in the area may experience minor delays on Saturday April 23rd and Sunday 24th, then again on Saturday April 30th and Sunday May 1st, between the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 pm. Upcoming Weekdays: From Monday April 25th through Friday April 29th, delays may occur between 5:00 pm... Read more →

COLLEGE BASEBALL: Rowan Sweeps Rutgers-Newark

NEWARK, NJ – Marco Mannino went 5-for-5 in #7 Rowan’s 17-4 first-game win over Rutgers-Newark, and the Profs completed the sweep with a 2-1 victory in the second as Eric DiDomenico walked to force in the winning run in NJAC baseball action today. CNBNews graphic files College The Profs won all five games in a span of four consecutive days this week to improve to 26-6 on the year and move into a tie for first place in the NJAC with a 12-2 record. Mannino, a freshman third baseman, scored four runs and had three RBI, while Chris Curcio went... Read more →

Gloucester County Officials Attend Special Officer II Graduation at Police Academy

Commissioner Christopher Konawel Jr., Commissioner Jim Jefferson, Director Frank J. DiMarco, County Clerk James Hogan, Assemblywoman Beth Sawyer. Gloucester County Board of Commissioners celebrated the graduation of the Thirty-Third Special Officer II Class of the Gloucester County Police Academy. Established in 1988, ​the Gloucester County Police Academy conducts basic police training, SLEO I and II training, and many in-service training courses. It has been designated by the New Jersey Police Training Commission as the regional provider of SLEO II training and was selected as one of New Jersey’s four original police academies to conduct the Alternate Route Training Program. Congratulations... Read more →

Gloucester County Officials Attend Events Throughout SJ

Gloucester County Commissioner Nicholas DeSilvio attended the Franklin Township Little League Opening Day. The league named their field in memory of George Harrison and opening pitches were made by his 4 children, while his wife Heather stood in for George while the All-Star team was acknowledged. Franklin Township Little League offers baseball and softball to children from age 4 to 16 years old. The little league is run strictly by volunteers and almost exclusively on the funds collected from fundraisers, donations, and registration fees. Commissioner Jim Jefferson joined Angels of God Community Outreach and their purple army to assemble 1,200... Read more →

CNB Travel Alert: Rt 73/Mays Landing Road to be closed for railroad-crossing repairs in Winslow

Detours necessary next week during construction (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced a railroad crossing rehabilitation project that will require the closure and detour of Route 73/Mays Landing Road next week in Winslow, Gloucester County. Beginning at 7 a.m., Monday, April 25 until 7 a.m. Wednesday, April 27, Route 73/Mays Landing Road will be closed in both directions between Albertson Road/Piney Hollow Road and Cains Mill Road to remove the existing railroad crossing. This closure will allow NJDOT’s contractor to reconstruct the crossing and approaches. This crossing was closed in July 2021 for priority sinkhole... Read more →

George R. Walton, III, age 60, of Westville; Union Shop Steward at MV Inspection Station

Westville - Suddenly, on April 17, 2022, age 60 years, of Westville, NJ. Beloved husband of 39 years to Grace (nee Britton) Walton. Loving and devoted father of Kristi Walton-Brown, Heather Walton, and Amanda Walton. Caring brother of Crystal DiGirolamo, Raymond Walton, and the late Joan Walton and Evelyn Kaufmann. He was a proud and doting pop-pop to Abrianna and Collin and was anxiously awaiting the arrival of the next precious gem in his life, due in September. He is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. George was a special man, his entire life was dedicated to his... Read more →

CNB Book News: Poems That Can Help With Healing In Hard Times

(NAPSI)—You may be able to bring some comfort to your friends and family members who have been grieving a loss in these difficult days. Poetry And Emotion There’s a new book that can help heal the hearts and minds of people who have lost jobs, opportunities, homes, even loved ones. Called “Words for the Unbearable: A Journey Through Loss” (IngramSpark), it was written by psychologist Enid Sanders, who has had her own losses to deal with. When her first child, Keri, died, the young mother spilled out a series of poems and put them away in a drawer. Decades later,... Read more →

Route 42 northbound lane closure tonight as bridge replacement project begins in Camden County

Overnight lane closures are required next week as well (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced overnight lane closures on Route 42 as a bridge replacement project begins in Camden County. Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Friday, April 22 until 7 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, April 23, NJDOT’s contractor, South State Inc., is scheduled to close the right lane and shoulder on Route 42 northbound after Exit 9B over the Blackwood Railroad Trail in Gloucester. The closure is necessary to pave the shoulder in preparation for lane shifts later in the project. At least two lanes will... Read more →

Lower Township PD Prescription Drug Take Back Day

- Saturday, April 30, 2022 LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ --On Saturday, April 30, 2022, the Lower Township Police Department will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. On this day, officers will be at the entrance to the Acme Market located in the Bayshore Mall, at 3845 Bayshore Road in North Cape May, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. During that time, residents can turn in any unwanted or expired prescription medicines or drugs to Police Officers. The program is anonymous and individuals disposing of medications will not be required to produce identification. In addition to this... Read more →

CNBNews CONSUMER ALERT: Did You Go To St. James School of Medicine?

By Andrew Rayo Choosing a medical school is a big decision, and lesser-known schools work hard to get your attention. Some set themselves apart by boasting about high first-time pass rates on standardized medical license tests, and high residency match rates. But what if their claims aren’t actually true? That happened with Saint James School of Medicine — and that’s why the FTC is taking action today. Thanks to a settlement with the FTC, Saint James School of Medicine will pay more than $1.2 million to students, both in refunds and debt cancellation. That’s the price of recruiting students by... Read more →

CNB Fishing Maryland: COMING SOON...Striped Bass, White Perch, Shad Run

April 20, 2022 Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Amelia Wike had fun trout fishing with her dad recently. Photo by Christopher J. Wike Chillier weather descended upon Maryland this past week, and areas of Western Maryland even received a significant amount of snow. Warmer weather is in the forecast ahead, just in time for a weekend of fishing together with family and friends. This month offers special opportunities for our younger anglers to enjoy fishing in the put-and-take trout fishing waters, which are being stocked each week. Forecast Summary: April 20 – April 26: Cool, wet... Read more →

NJ to Invest $6 Million More in Vehicle Electrification Funds; Investment Will Purchase Electric Trucks

Investment Will Purchase Electric Trucks In Overburdened Communities To Help Improve Air Quality (22/P20) TRENTON – Furthering its commitment to protecting all New Jerseyans from the worsening impacts of climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, the Murphy Administration is announcing an additional $6 million investment to offset the cost of electric trucks in vulnerable communities, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. Leveraging proceeds from New Jersey’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the additional $6.6 million investment will offset the cost of 16 new electric vehicles that include garbage... Read more →

NJ American Water Awards $41,000 in Environmental Grants to Five Communities

CAMDEN CITY, N.J. – APRIL 21, 2022 – In honor of Earth Day this week, New Jersey American Water announced today the recipients of its 2022 Environmental Grant Program. This year, the company awarded a total of $41,000 to five distinguished organizations and community groups within its service areas that are engaged in sustainability projects to improve water source protection or watershed protection. “At New Jersey American Water, we recognize that people aren’t the only ones who need clean water – the environment depends on it too,” said Danielle Kearsley, Environmental Program Lead, New Jersey American Water. “That is why... Read more →

College Baseball: Rowan Over Rutgers-Camden 2-1

CAMDEN, NJ – Ryan Murphy accounted for both runs, as #7 Rowan scored a 2-1 victory at Rutgers-Camden, in NJAC baseball action this afternoon, and Ryan Mostrangeli drove in the winning run. Profs' lefthander Eli Atiya went eight innings, striking out eight, to earn his seventh victory of the year as Rowan improves to 23-6 (9-2 NJAC). Murphy hit his team-high eighth home run in the third inning, a solo shot, to give the Profs a 1-0 lead. It was his second game in a row with a homer. Rutgers-Camden (17-15; 4-7), which outhit the Profs, 9-6, tied it up... Read more →