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June 21, 2022

NRA-ILA Opinion: NJ Residents, The Dems Are Taking Your Guns

The Assembly Judiciary Committee agenda for tomorrow grew overnight. In fact, it doubled. We reported on a package of horrible gun bills yesterday, that became even worse today! Democrats in the Assembly added five more bills late yesterday, and language for the new legislation wasn’t even available as late as this morning. These are drastic gun bans that include microstamping, a .50 Caliber BMG ban, mandatory training to purchase and possess firearms, body armor legislation, and enhancing penalties for manufacturing firearms. Even if you contacted your Assembly members yesterday, please do so again! We will only win if you help... Read more →


Michael Hill, of Cherry Hill; Collingswood HS Alum, Caesars Casino Employee, Bartender, Varsity Inn co-owner

Born on December 18,1956, Mike died on June 17, 2022 with his siblings by his side. Of Cherry Hill, NJ; formerly of Collingswood, NJ. Son of the late Frank P. Hill, Jr. and Dorothy A. Hill (nee Love). Survived by nine siblings: Frank P. Hill III (Loretta) of Audubon, NJ, John J. Hill (Debra) of Hilton Head, SC , Mary Christine Hill (Ken Pierce) of Mount Laurel, NJ, Dorothy E. Tittermary (Jerry) of Haddon Township, NJ, Thomas J. Hill (Mary Lou) of North Wales, PA, J. Patrick Hill (Eleanor) of Clementon, NJ, Kathleen S. Beck (Gary) of Mount Laurel, NJ,... Read more →


DO YOU NEED HELP? Parents Inc.’s Family Helpline Provides Families with FREE 24-Hour Help, Hope and Support

Those Looking for a Safe, Non-Judgmental Place to Talk About Family Issues Can Call 1-800-THE-KIDS TRENTON, NJ [June 21, 2022] – No one ever said being a parent or teen was easy. Whether you’re a parent dealing with the “terrible twos” or a teenager feeling lost and confused, help and support is just a phone call away. HELP IS AVAILABLE Parents Inc. offers the Family Helpline (1-800-THE-KIDS) - a free and confidential statewide service that offers 24/7 live support for parents, teens, children and professionals to access information and referrals to community agencies in their area. The Family Helpline provides... Read more →


NRA-ILA OPINION: NJ Assembly Committee Plans To Trounce Your Constitutional Rights Again

NRA-ILA press release The New Jersey Assembly Judiciary Committee is scheduled to meet on Wednesday morning to consider five new gun control bills, which Gov. Phil Murphy proudly refers to as gun package 3.0. Wait, what happened to the previous two gun control packages? Do you mean they didn’t work? Legislative Democrats and the Governor told us how great these bills were when they advocated for them in 2018 and 2019. The sad fact is that the only people who got it correct were gun owners who CNBNews graphic files said these bills will do nothing but punish law-abiding citizens.... Read more →


The difference between slots and other casino games?

Slot machines are games used in casinos which use spindle reels, usually three. The player does not require skills, and the machine software decides the odds. Slot machines are available at virtually every casino on the Internet. This game is famous since the 1900s as it has become popular throughout America for people wanting to gamble. Slot machines account for about 66% of gambling revenues in the world. The difference between Slot Games and Casino Games is that you get better chances to bet on slot machines than blackjack craps or roulette. Which is better slot machine or casino? What... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: U. of Scranton Deans List

Local Residents Named to The University of Scranton Spring 2022 Dean's List SCRANTON, PA (06/17/2022)-- Local residents were among than 1,700 students named to The University of Scranton's Dean's List for the 2022 spring semester. The Dean's List recognizes students for academic excellence. A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours during the semester to make the Dean's List. The list includes students from the Jesuit university's College of Arts and Sciences, Kania School of Management and Panuska College of Professional Studies. The students are: Matthew R. Bispo of... Read more →


How To Get Rid Of An Abandon Vehicle in Philadelphia

Author John Ryan Philly311 Abandoned vehicle removal is one of our most frequently submitted service requests. In March 2021 alone, we received 4,198 inquiries about abandoned vehicles. These vehicles are investigated and removed by the Neighborhood Services Unit (NSU) of the Philadelphia Police Department. We want to make sure all of your questions about abandoned vehicles are answered and take you through the removal process from start to finish. When is a vehicle considered abandoned? A vehicle is considered abandoned for any of the following reasons: It is not driveable. This may be a car with flat tires, missing parts,... Read more →


Help prevent overnight car burglaries

TAKE your keys/FOB, REMOVE your valuables, and LOCK your vehicle. Moorestown and surrounding municipalities have seen an increase in overnight car burglaries, primarily from unlocked vehicles. Residents are urged to-- Take your keys/FOB, Remove any valuables from plain view, and Lock your vehicle. Help Prevent Car Burglaries • Do not leave valuables in plain view: (GPS devices, lap tops, PDA’s, cell phones, MP3’s, wallets, purses) • Do not leave windows or sunroof open. • Do not leave doors unlocked. • Do not leave keys/FOBs in the vehicle. • Do not leave the garage door opener in plain view. Use a... Read more →


A Message from Rep. Donald Norcross

I’ve spent my entire career fighting for our towns and local economies. To that end, I want to share some recent wins for South Jersey, which will deliver jobs and improve our quality of life. Protecting Our Communities First, I’m announcing $7.3 million dollars in federal funding to protect our neighborhoods from hazardous waste and pollution. From Camden to Brooklawn, these investments will remove contamination from well water, clean up industrial sites, and protect our children from harmful chemicals, like the ones found in Mercer County. Read more about these grants here, here, and here. Making Our Bridges Safer Second,... Read more →


CNB Pet Tips: Study Reveals Vegan Diets for Dogs Linked with Better Health

(NAPSI)—If U.S. dogs and cats were their own country, they’d rank fifth in global meat consumption. In fact, through their diet, our pets constitute about 25–30% of the environmental impacts from animal production in terms of the use of land, water, fossil fuel, phosphate, and biocides in the United States. Imagine the environmental impact if the 90 million dogs in the United States consumed just 25% less meat-based food? There are health benefits to flexitarianism, too. A recent study shows that vegan diets for dogs may be linked with better health, and could be less hazardous, than meat-based diets. Statistical... Read more →


Pennsylvania Voter Rolls Are Cleaned Thanks To 'Look Ahead America'

Washington, DC – In March 2022, Look Ahead America (LAA) published a report which confirmed having found illegal and questionable registrations at PO Boxes in both Arizona and Pennsylvania. That report appears here: https://lookaheadamerica.org/azpaboxes. We have followed up with all the affected counties in Pennsylvania and submitted 1,359 questionable and potentially illegal registrations to the clerks of the 63 affected counties. We published their responses here. Ian Camacho, LAA’s Director of Research, made the following statement: While most responses were good and helpful, a few that were hostile and combative. Noteworthy was that the two hostile counties Lycoming and Fulton... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: Ohio U., Lincoln Memorial U.

Ohio University's 2022 Spring Graduates ATHENS, OH (06/17/2022)-- List of Ohio University's 2022 spring graduates. Carley Atkisson from Egg Harbor Twp graduated with a MS Civil Engineering from Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology in spring 2022. Nina Breder from Marlton graduated with a BSN Baccalaureate Nursing from Ohio University's College of Health Sciences and Professions in spring 2022. Caitlin Florio from Bordentown graduated with a BSN Baccalaureate Nursing from Ohio University's College of Health Sciences and Professions in spring 2022. More than 4,400 students graduated with bachelor's, master's or doctorate degrees from Ohio University for spring semester... Read more →