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May 15, 2022

ROWAN'S NCAA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT RUN COMES TO AN END

MEDFORD, MA -- #17 Rowan had its run through the NCAA Regional Tournament come to an end as Tufts used a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth to knock the Profs out of the postseason in a 3-2 defeat in the championship series on Sunday. Rowan needed a win to force a winner-take-all second game to decide who advances to the super regional round. Emily August, Cat Thomas, and McKenzie Melvin were selected to the all-regional tournament team. August labored through 7.1 innings, scattering three runs (one earned) on seven hits with four walks (two intentional) and... Read more →


Arrest Made in Burlington City Fatal Shooting 

CITY OF BURLINGTON – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and City of Burlington Police Chief John Fine announced that a 35-year-old city resident has been charged with killing a Willingboro man as he was sitting in a parked car on Linden Avenue earlier this week. Bryant Williams, of the first block of East Federal Street, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree). Williams was apprehended last night just before 8 p.m. by City of Burlington patrol officers who observed him walking in the... Read more →


National Police Week and National Peace Officers Memorial Day

A Message From Chief David Harkins: "The Gloucester Township Police Department joins the community to celebrate the sacrifices and commitment of law enforcement throughout our great nation. National Police Week is celebrated May 15-21 this year, with a special somber remembrance on National Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15. Our commitment to community policing has never been stronger. As we transition back from the pandemic, we are pleased to get back to normal. We are glad to have 24 graduates complete the Gloucester Township Police Department Citizens Police Academy. We are holding our Bike Rodeo and Neighborhood Watch Dog... Read more →


Camden County Memorial Day Event May 29 at 11AM

Save the Date for Memorial Day Event on May 29th Honoring the Memories of All Who Have Made the Ultimate Sacrifice Join us for the Camden County Memorial Day Ceremony on Sunday, May 29th at 11 AM on Veterans Island at Cooper River Park. Memorial Day honors the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. Join us for the Camden County Memorial Day Ceremony on Sunday, May 29th at 11 AM on Veterans Island at Cooper River Park. Memorial Day honors the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

What the Hell is Happening NOW?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Google Advertisement ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RECEIVE GOLD STAR BENEFITS-Families in the United States are struggling to find a formula for their babies. And, when they do find it the prices are astronomical. In 2015 The Obama administration passed a law pertaining to illegal immigrant minors. They have to be read their rights (a minor immigrant understands his rights?) The law goes on to detail their rights as food, clothing, shelter, and a ton of other rights the average citizen doesn't have. Last year, 2021, The Biden Administration updated the law. Read the next sentence very carefully! The... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Wesleyan University, McDaniel College

Eric Burns Earns Spring Semester Dean's List Recognition at Ohio Wesleyan University DELAWARE, OH (05/13/2022)-- Eric Burns of Pine Hill, NJ, has been named to the 2022 spring semester Dean's List at Ohio Wesleyan University. To earn Dean's List recognition, Ohio Wesleyan students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale in all applicable classes. Founded in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan University is one of the nation's premier liberal arts universities. Located in Delaware, Ohio, the private university offers more than 70 undergraduate majors and competes in 24 NCAA Division III varsity sports. Through its... Read more →


GOOD NEWS: Cumberland County Student Recognized in PDFNJ’s Statewide 4th 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 virtual awards ceremony honored each of the finalists, allowing them to showcase... Read more →


Road Work Projects in Camden County

Stay informed on major roadwork and infrastructure projects near you. For questions about Public Works projects, call (856) 566-2980. Click Here for project updates. Roadway Improvements Along Almonesson Road START DATE: On or about Monday, May 16th (Weather Permitting) TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS: $1,650,797 Roadway Improvements along Sherman Avenue START DATE: On or about Monday, May 16th (Weather Permitting) TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS: $910,451.58 In order to keep Camden County residents informed on major roadwork and infrastructure projects, the Camden County Board of Commissioners is posting the County’s Department of Public Works progress reports, with photos. Through these reports from our engineers... Read more →


Alexei Saab, of Morristown NJ, Guilty of Receiving Military-Type Training from Hizballah and Other Charges

Alexei Saab Was Trained by Hizballah’s External Terrorist Operations Component in the Use of Firearms and Bomb-Making and Gathered Intelligence in New York City and Elsewhere in Support of Attack-Planning Efforts Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ALEXEI SAAB, a/k/a “Ali Hassan Saab,” a/k/a “Alex Saab,” a/k/a “Rachid,” was convicted today of receiving military-type training from a designated foreign terrorist organization, Hizballah, marriage fraud conspiracy, and making false statements, following a two-week trial before the Honorable Paul G. Gardephe. U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said: “A unanimous jury found today that Alexei... Read more →


South Jersey Polls in District 2 “Not Surprising At All” To Most Residents

With only a month to New Jersey’s primary elections, the latest polls are unsurprising to many residents of New Jersey’s Congressional District 2. Three of the latest polls are what many residents will be keeping an eye on over the course of this election. The first poll asked how you feel about Republican Jeff Van Drew’s performance since 2020. An overwhelming 67% of respondents reflected negative results towards Van Drew. With 28% being “upset”, and 39% being “concerned”. Only 12% indicated positive responses. 9% were “happy”, and 3% said they were “extremely happy” with Van Drew’s performance. The remaining 20%... Read more →


Flora May Siddons, of Collingswood, formerly of Camden City

On May 7, 2022. Age 94. Of Collingswood, Formerly of Audubon, NJ Born in Camden, NJ, she was the daughter of the late George and Hazel (Oliphant) Siddons. She is survived by her cousin, June Haines of FL and several great nieces and nephews as well as her church family and friends. Flora worked for several area banks as an Executive Secretary for many years with the PNC Bank before her retirement in 1990. Flora was long time member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Cherry Hill, where she was very active in the Relief... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Muhlenberg, Albright, Lebanon Valley, Cumberlands

Gabriella Oteri of Somerdale Inducted into Muhlenberg College's Tri-Alpha Honor Society ALLENTOWN, PA (05/13/2022)-- A Community of Pathfinders By: Kristine Yahna Todaro Gabriella Oteri of Somerdale (08083) is one of 19 students recently inducted into Tri-Alpha, an honor society for first-generation college students, at Muhlenberg College. "Being a first-generation college student means that we have the privilege of multidisciplinary learning at an undergraduate institution, which generations before us did not have," said Sofia Herrera '22, a speaker at the 2022 Tri-Alpha Honor Society Induction Ceremony. "And we can open doors for others to have the same opportunity." Herrera, a neuroscience... Read more →


Camden County Students Recognized in PDFNJ’s Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest

CAMDEN 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. Dannielle Moreno and Bomi Ogunsanwo of Our Lady Mt. Carmel School in Berlin were selected as finalists in the competition. The virtual awards ceremony honored each of the finalists, allowing them... Read more →


23 Fugitives Involved in Human Rights Violations Arrested by ICE

WASHINGTON — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 23 fugitives sought for their roles in known or suspected human rights violations during a nationwide operation which concluded on April 1. ICE’s National Fugitive Operations Program, in coordination with the ICE Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center (HRVWCC) and the ICE Office of the Principal Legal Advisor, worked with ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington field offices to arrest these known or suspected human rights violators. CNBNews graphic file All foreign nationals arrested... Read more →