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May 11, 2022

Route 70 ramp closures at I-295 and Cuthbert Blvd. Tonight and Thursday night in Cherry Hill

Several ramps to be closed overnight for drainage work (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced several overnight ramp closures on Route 70 at the I-295 interchange and at the Cuthbert Boulevard interchange, tonight and tomorrow night, as the Route 70 corridor improvement project advances in Cherry Hill, Camden County. Beginning at 10 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, May 11 until 6 a.m. Thursday, May 12, NJDOT’s contractor, Richard E. Pierson Construction, Co., is scheduled to close and detour the Cuthbert Boulevard southbound ramp to Route 70 westbound and the Route 70 eastbound ramp to Cuthbert Boulevard southbound... Read more →

Gloucester High School Class of '62 Luncheon (photos)

BROOKLAWN, NJ (May10, 2022)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester High School Class of '62 held their luncheon on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at the Empire Diner, Brooklawn. Those in attendance included Bob Bevan, Connie & Bill Cleary, Bill & Carol Elenbark, Bonnie & Wayne Flegler, Kathy Hampton, Rick Legge & Arlene, Ron Middleton, Joe Moen, Diane Murray, Diana Raroha, Bart Rettew, Judy Weichman, Jim & Gail Zehner and Karen Zirbser. ##### For a few laughs we added a video of the Dancing Salsa Dogs Read more →

GUEST COMMENTARY: Schumer's Abortion Bill Guts Religious Liberty

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Sen. Chuck Schumer's abortion bill: On May 11, Sen. Chuck Schumer will introduce the Women's Health Protection Act, the most radical pro-abortion bill ever written. It would effectively guarantee abortion-on-demand. It would also gut First Amendment protections for religious liberty by exempting the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). GUEST OPINION Schumer epitomizes the Democratic Party on abortion and religious liberty. Not too long ago, the Democratic Party was cautiously pro-abortion. Two days after becoming president in 1993, Bill Clinton said, "Our vision should be of an America where abortion... Read more →

Athlete of the Month Gloucester Catholic's Adrianna Green

The Catholic Star Herald highlights the Diocese’s student-athletes who stood out during the month of April. Gloucester Catholic High School, Gloucester City Softball Adrianna Green is getting it done in both areas of the game. Green, a Gloucester Catholic junior pitcher, has struck out 102 batters in 12 games this season while batting .500 at the plate with 10 RBIs. The Rams’ ace has thrown the bulk of Gloucester Catholic’s innings, as the team has raced out to a 10-2 record through April. Green’s shining moment came April 29, when she went 2-for-3 at the plate and struck out 17... Read more →


Army Cpl. Clair Goodblood came from a big family and was known to help others when he could, so sadly, no one was surprised to learn that he’d given his life to save his comrades as they were swarmed by the enemy in Korea. His sacrifice earned him the nation's highest military award for valor. Goodblood was born Sept. 18, 1929, in Fort Kent, Maine, near the Canadian border. He was one of the 14 children of Percy and Emily Goodblood, who moved their family to a farm in Burnham in central Maine when Goodblood was 6 years old. According... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: "Europe Is Getting Tough on Big Tech. When Will the US Do the Same?"

By Jason Boyce In March, the European Union (EU) took a significant step toward reining in Big Tech offenders with the Digital Markets Act. Targeting the gatekeepers of today’s digital economy, the law is a historic piece of legislation and is a critical next step in the broader fight to level the playing field. However, this watershed moment has failed to reach the US, which continues to fall short in protecting consumers and innovative small businesses from predatory tech companies. Congress must stop playing catch up with Europe and take a leadership role to protect its constituents. Courage and cooperation... Read more →

Judge Sentenced Allenwood Inmate to One Month for Possessing Cellphone in Prison

WILLIAMSPORT - The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that on May 5, 2022, federal inmate John Alexander Townsend, age 41, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge William I. Arbuckle, for possessing a cellphone in prison. Following the guilty plea, U.S. Magistrate Judge Arbuckle sentenced Townsend to one month imprisonment, to run consecutive to Townsend’s 186-month prison term for a series of armed robberies in Philadelphia. Townsend also lost 54 days of good time and spent 30 days in disciplinary segregation for possessing the cellphone. CRIME NEWS According to United States Attorney John C. Gurganus,... Read more →

Letters to the Editor: The Left Is Deranged Over Roe v Wade Being Overturned

Statement: The KAIROS Company for Dr. James Dobson May 10, 2022 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR "Recently, the Left has become increasingly deranged over the potential of Roe v. Wade being overturned. From riotous mobs outside the homes of Supreme Court justices to pro-abortion activists defacing churches across the country in violation of federal law, to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) attempting to push through legislation codifying abortion on demand, the Left is showing their true colors. And they are as hideous as it gets."For the first time in three generations, the Court is poised to restore the right of... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: ESU Conferred 1,021 Degrees

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! EAST STROUDSBURG, PA (05/10/2022)-- A total of 1,021 students received degrees from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania at a commencement ceremony on May 8 at Eiler-Martin Stadium. A total of 800 bachelor's degrees, 214 master's degrees and seven doctoral degrees were awarded. Fall 2021 Graduates, whose degrees were conferred in December, were invited to participate in the ceremony. The following local students were among those to graduate from East Stroudsburg University: Robert Swartz of Bellmawr (08031) Emily Cubler of Burlington (08016) Koodsha Manjaro of Westampton (08060) Kelly O'Donnell of Barrington (08007) Margaret Cyliax of Somerdale (08083) Amanda Schuler of... Read more →

CNB MEDICAL NEWS: Things to Know About How Body Image Impacts Mental Health

RELATED: So Who is George Merryfield ? Ageless MD, turns the spotlight on the connection between mental and physical health TUSTIN, Calif. – (May 10, 2022) – May is Mental Health Awareness Month, spotlighting an issue that impacts millions of people around the country. The top doctor at Ageless MD is spreading the importance of helping people understand the association between having a healthy body image and one's mental health. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, mental health is an incredibly important part of overall health. “I want to help people feel and look their best, but they... Read more →


Garden State Wine Growers Association Makes its Debut Appearance at National Restaurant Association Show – the Second Largest Trade Show in North America When: May 21 -24, 2022 Where: McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois What: New Jersey will show off its wine at this year’s National Restaurant Association Show and International Wine, Spirits & Beer Event when Garden State Wine Growers Association (GSWGA) makes its debut at booth 11355 in Chicago. GSWGA will be pouring New Jersey wine for industry professionals in food, beverage, and hospitality, and media professionals who attend this incredibly popular annual show. “It’s time we put the... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on Area College Students: Bob Jones University and University of the Cumberlands

Bob Jones University Students Named to President's List GREENVILLE, SC (05/10/2022)-- The following students are among over 620 Bob Jones University students named to the President's List for high academic achievement during the Spring 2022 semester. To qualify for the President's List, students must earn a 3.75 or higher grade point average for the semester. The following local students were named to the President's List: Ethan Harris, a Sophomore Nursing major from Mullica Hill. Liberty Pagliarini, a Junior Nursing major from Franklinville. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University provides an outstanding regionally accredited Christian liberal arts education purposely... Read more →

Partnership for a Drug Free NJ Honors 4th Grade Cumberland County Student

RELATED: So Who is George Merryfield ? Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest CUMBERLAND COUNTY, NJ — Young people are using their artistic talents to encourage their peers to live a healthy substance-free lifestyle as part of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest. Nearly 3,000 fourth grade students from all 21 counties in New Jersey entered the contest, but only 33 earned recognition at the program’s virtual award ceremony held on Tuesday, May 3. Aubrey Monahan of Elizabeth F. Moore Elementary School in Bridgeton was selected as a finalist in the competition. The... Read more →