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May 10, 2022

Fast Hacks for Achieving Work-Life Balance

The term work-life balance has achieved official buzzword status in the 2020s. That's actually a good thing because, for a long time, people neglected this important principle and ended up suffering from job-related burnout and other negative conditions. Fortunately, even if you still feel like you're struggling to achieve a balanced state between job-related duties and the other aspects of your life, there are plenty of efficient and effective ways to approach the challenge. For some working adults, it's simply a matter of saying no to overtime requests from the boss. Others choose to earn college degrees so they can... Read more →


Margaret "Peggy Krusic", age 95, of Sewell formerly of Gloucester City and Salt Lake City, Utah

On May 8, 2022. (nee Bernard) Age 95. Of Sewell. Formerly of Gloucester City and Salt Lake City, Utah. Loving wife of 11 years to the late Ernest A. Krusic. Devoted sister of Theresa McCarthy, Virginia M. King, Rev. Father Jack Bernard, Rose Havens, Patricia Ludwig and Joan Nishina. Predeceased by her siblings: Mary Gorman and William Bernard. Survived by many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Peggy was born and raised in Gloucester City and attended St. Mary’s Grammar School and Gloucester Catholic High School. She entered the Franciscan Sisters Order in Glen Riddle, PA for over 20 years.... Read more →


Police Unity Tour Passes Through South Jersey (video)

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews BROOKLAWN NJ (May 12, 2022)(CNBNews photo)--The Police Unity Tour traveled through Southern New Jersey today around 2 PM along US Route 130 passing by the Empire Diner in Brooklawn. Traffic was stopped at both circles in Brooklawn to let them go by. As a result there was a traffic jam starting at Market Street and Broadway in Gloucester City south to the Brooklawn Circle. Above the bicyclists peddle around the circle passing by the Empire Diner. According to a press release from the organizers the event began in May 1997 by Florham Park (NJ)... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA POLICE NEED YOUR HELP

The Philadelphia Police Department Special Victims Unit is attempting to identify a male suspect in reference to the listed below incidents. Incident #1: On March 15, 2022, at 5:00 A.M., a 35-year-old female victim was walking in the area of Whitaker and Erie Ave when an unknown black male driving a black-colored car drove the victim to a remote area where he produced a handgun and sexually assaulted her. Suspect Description: Black male, 28-35 years of age, 210-233 lbs., wearing all black clothing, white Fanny Pack, driving a black-colored car, and armed with a black handgun. Incident #2: On April... Read more →


Winners of Jefferson Health – New Jersey ‘Giving Tank’ Awards Named at Annual Gala, Held May 7th

Six winners of the Jefferson Health – New Jersey recently named six winners of its first-ever “Giving Tank” competition at the Jefferson Health Foundation – New Jersey Gala held this past weekend at Borgata Hotel & Resort. Much like the popular ABC television show “Shark Tank,” more than 30 Jefferson Health NJ employees submitted proposals that would either help improve their work, benefit patients, or enhance well-being. Six awards — ranging from $25,000 to $100,000, and totaling up to $275,000 — were granted in categories that included: Clinical, Spaces, and Wellness. The12 finalists presented their ideas before a panel of... Read more →


Jefferson Health – New Jersey’s Three Hospitals Nationally Recognized with ‘A’ Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades

Jefferson Health’s three New Jersey hospitals -- located in Cherry Hill, Stratford and Washington Township -- were each awarded an ‘A’ in the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for Spring 2022. This national distinction recognizes Jefferson New Jersey’s achievements in protecting patients from harm and error in the hospital. The Leapfrog Group, an independent national watchdog organization, assigns an “A,” “B,” “C,” “D,” or “F” grade to general hospitals across the country based on over 30 national performance measures reflecting errors, accidents, injuries and infections, as well as systems that hospitals have in place to prevent harm. “At a time when... Read more →


Attention Gloucester City Residents! Tuesday Trash Pickup Is Delayed Until Wednesday

TUESDAY TRASH PICKUP DELAYED UNTIL BAD NEWS! WEDNESDAY LAST UPDATED: MAY 10, 2022 - 9:36AM For the second day in a row trash pickup has been delayed. The reason given by the City of Gloucester City is that the contractor had a high number of callouts. As such all trash pickups scheduled for today (Tuesday) will be delayed until tomorrow (Wednesday). The City is hoping the rest of the week stays on a normal schedule and promised to advised residents as soon as they know. RELATED CATEGORY CITY OF GLOUCESTER CITY GLOUCESTER CITY NEWS Read more →


Chris Gillie, Charged with Killing 81-Year-Old Woman is Arraigned on Charges; Allegedly Set Fire to Her Home

BUCKS COUNTY PA (May 6, 2022)(CNBNews)--Christopher Gillie, charged with setting the December fire at a Buckingham Township home that killed an 81-year-old man, was formally arraigned Friday morning, a day after the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office filed notice of aggravating circumstances in the murder case against him. Gillie, 61, of Dunmore, Lackawanna County, was arraigned before Common Pleas Judge Raymond F. McHugh on charges of criminal homicide, attempted criminal homicide, theft by unlawful taking, aggravated arson, criminal mischief, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, persons not to possess firearms, two counts each of burglary and criminal trespassing and three... Read more →


Newlin Evans, 22, of Burlington, CHARGED with Murder and Arson; Fire Resulted in One Death and Two Injuries

Pemberton Borough, N.J. - (May 6, 2022)(CNBNews)--The New Jersey State Police have charged Newlin Evans, 22, of Burlington, N.J., with murder and arson for allegedly setting fire to an apartment complex that killed a man and injured two other victims. On April 20, the Pemberton Borough Police Department began investigating a fire on Egbert Street in Pemberton Borough that killed Camryn Powell, 22, of Pemberton Borough, N.J. As a result of the initial investigation, the fire was deemed suspicious and members from the New Jersey State Police Troop ‘C’ Red Lion Station along with detectives from the Criminal Investigation Office,... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Small Business Recovery Grant Info

Gloucester County Director Frank J. DiMarco and Deputy Director Heather Simmons are reminding small businesses that the Small Business Recovery Grant can assist with economic hardships due to the pandemic. Director DiMarco and Deputy Director Simmons say that more than $1.2 million dollars have been set aside to help local businesses with $10,000 grants. “Our local businesses have been through many hardships during the last year. This program was designed to assist our businesses and keep them standing strong in Gloucester County,” said Direct Frank J. DiMarco. “This grant will assist businesses in retaining jobs and recovering from economic loss... Read more →


GUEST OPINION: Biden Mute On Anti-Catholic Incidents

BILL DONOHUE | CNBNEWS CONTRIBUTOR Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on President Biden's reaction to anti-Catholic incidents: President Biden has now condemned the firebombing of a Christian pro-life office in Madison, Wisconsin, but he did not address this crime as the work of pro-abortion arsonists. They left graffiti outside the building that said, "If abortions aren't safe then you aren't either." Biden should be as pointed in his condemnation of this hate crime as he is when he talks about right-wing violence. He has no problem blaming all "MAGA" people when right-wing extremists act up, yet he resorts to... Read more →


CNB Fishing News: Delaware Changes Summer Flounder, Scup, Black Sea Bass Fishing Regulations

Delaware recreational fishing regulations for summer flounder, scup and black sea bass were changed effective May 1, 2022, to ensure the state’s compliance with regional fisheries management plans (FMP) for these species, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. The recreational fishing regulation was instituted to sustainably manage each species consistent with FMP recreational harvest limits and to provide recreational fishing opportunities. The changes are: The minimum summer flounder size limit was reduced from 16.5 inches to 16 inches, with a continued four-fish daily limit and all-year season. Scup size limit was increased from 8 to... Read more →


Despite Filthy Conditions, Dying Dogs, Cruel Practices Licensed Dog Breeders Still Operating

Maureen Butler admitted that at least three dogs had died "due to fighting" at her facility, PugPekinPoo-Tzu. Other dogs appeared sick, had patches of hair loss or wounds and state inspectors found dozens of violations for poor animal care and cramped conditions in 2021. For details, see the 2022 Horrible Hundred report on problem puppy mills at humanesociety.org/horrible-hundred. (MO Dept of Ag./2021) Credit MO Dept of Agriculture New report reveals The Humane Society of the United States releases 10th annual Horrible Hundred report, providing a sampling of 100 problem puppy mills and sellers in the U.S. WASHINGTON (May 9, 2022)... Read more →