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July 2022

Guest Opinion: TBS is Pushing Samantha Bee to the Curb

Bill Donohue | CNBNews Contributor TBS is pushing Samantha Bee to the curb, which is not a strange place for someone who has spent her entire professional life in the gutter. After seven seasons, “Full Frontal” will not return in the fall. Bee is one of the most filthy-mouthed entertainers in American history. She is also a relentless anti-Catholic bigot. In 2018, she showed how low she can go when she called Ivanka Trump the “c-word.” After being blasted by critics, which did not include the National Organization for Women or the Feminist Majority, she issued an apology. “I crossed the line and I do apologize for that.” She added that “A lot of women do not want to reclaim that word. They want it gone and I don’t blame them.” A few nights later, she said that while she will refrain from using the “c-word,” she admitted that it... Read more →

Symphony in C Brass and Percussion Ensemble Free Outdoor Concert Haddonfield Library, August 6

July 19, 2022, Collingswood, NJ – The Symphony in C Brass and Percussion Ensemble will perform a free outdoor concert on the grounds of the Haddonfield Library on Saturday, August 6, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. (Rain date is Sunday, August 7 at 4:00 pm). The concert will be conducted by Haddonfield resident Paul Bryan. This program features a selection of summertime favorites from blockbuster movie themes to patriotic favorites, there is something for everyone to enjoy! Please bring your chairs or blanket to enjoy this outdoor concert. Free tickets are available on Eventbrite This FREE CONCERT is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Presser Foundation, Horizon Foundation for NJ, the Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation, the William G. Rohrer Charitable Foundation, and TD Charitable Foundation. Symphony in C is a member of ArtPride and the South... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Deputy Sheriff Matthew Yates, of Ohio, Shot and Killed

Deputy Sheriff Matthew Yates Clark County Sheriff's Office, Ohio End of Watch Sunday, July 24, 2022 Deputy Sheriff Matthew Yates was shot and killed while responding to shots fired call at the 1100 block of Ashwood Drive in South Charleston. At 10:51 am, Clark County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call reporting that a female subject had broken into a residence and fired five or six shots. When Deputy Yates and another deputy attempted to check the mobile home, they were met with gunfire. Deputy Yates was shot inside the trailer. Clark County Special Operations and other tactical teams were called to rescue him. Deputy Yates was flown to the Miami Valley Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries. Deputy Yates had served with the Clark County Sheriff's Office for 15 years. RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial Page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View... Read more →

Protestors Plan Peaceful Acts of Civil Disobedience at the Congressional Baseball Game

Protesters prepare peaceful civil disobedience in response to Manchin and Republicans blocking clean energy investments in support of polluters who are fueling inflation and global meltdown. Activists demand Biden and Democrats leave everything on the field for climate. Nationals Park, 1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC 20003, photo courtesy of Google maps WASHINGTON, D.C.-- On Thursday, July 28, dozens of activists from across the United States will lead peaceful acts of civil disobedience at the Congressional Baseball Game demanding that President Biden and the Democrats step up to the plate immediately and start playing hardball– before it is game over for America’s families and future. After months of Congressional stalemate, compounded by the recent Supreme Court decision gutting EPA’s ability to reduce carbon emissions, climate activists nationwide are outraged and terrified. They cannot stand by while this once-in-a generation opportunity to head off climate disaster slips away. The upcoming... Read more →

Puppy Killer Gary Moore, of Atlantic City Pleads Guilty to Killing Seven Pound Yorkshire Terrier

MAYS LANDING – On July 15, 2022, Gary Moore, age 39 of Atlantic City, NJ entered a guilty plea to 3rd degree animal cruelty charge resulting in the death of a 7 pound Yorkshire Terrier puppy named Mommas. The terms of his plea agreement with the State require a New Jersey State Prison sentence of 3 years. Moore is scheduled to be sentenced on August 26, 2022 before the Honorable Dorothy Garrabrant J.S.C. On January 7, 2020, Atlantic City Police responded to a 911 call from a very emotionally upset woman who came home to find the body of her deceased puppy. Detective Malik Tolbert, one of the officers who responded to the call, entered the victim’s apartment to find her hysterical. She told police she came home from work and could not find her Yorkshire Terrier puppy, Mommas. She continued to look for the dog and eventually found the... Read more →

Accu Weather Report: Heat wave shatters records in Northeast

After more than a dozen locations experienced record-challenging heat and one airport recorded 100-degree heat for five consecutive days, cities in the Northeast may finally see the heat wave draw to a close. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – July 26, 2022 – After sweltering heat drove temperatures to record-shattering levels across the Northeast on Sunday, July 24, amid the region's longest-lasting heat wave of the summer, the end of the extreme heat could soon be within reach for some cities. Up until last week, the heat across the Northeast had arrived in short bursts, lasting a day or, in some cases, barely meeting the three days of temperatures over 90 degrees Fahrenheit required to qualify as a heat wave. "Most of the hot spells so far this summer, up until this one, have been more short-duration, very brief," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave Dombek said. At the beginning of last week... Read more →

Philadelphia: Covid-19 Vaccinations 69th Street Terminal Tomorrow

Thanks to a partnership with the Delaware County Health Department, free COVID-19 vaccinations will be available on the last Wednesday of each month beginning July 27 through December 28 at SEPTA’s 69th Street Transportation Center. First and second Moderna and Pfizer vaccination shots will be offered, as well as booster shots. Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5-11 will also be available. The clinic will be open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Grand Hall (Main Lobby). The vaccinations are free with no appointment, ID, or health insurance required. 69th Street Transportation Center is located at 6901 Market Street in Upper Darby, Pa. Those with questions about getting the vaccination should contact the Delaware County Health Department Wellness Line at 484-276-2100 Read more →

SAY IT ISN'T SO! New Study Reveals Depression is NOT CAUSED by Chemical Imbalance in the Brain

For three decades, people have been deluged with information suggesting that depression is caused by a “chemical imbalance” in the brain – namely, an imbalance of a brain chemical called serotonin. However, our latest research review shows that the evidence does not support it. Although first proposed in the 1960s, the serotonin theory of depression started to be widely promoted by the pharmaceutical industry in the 1990s in association with its efforts to market a new range of antidepressants, known as selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs. The idea was also endorsed by official institutions such as the American Psychiatric Association, which still tells the public that “differences in certain chemicals in the brain may contribute to symptoms of depression”. Countless doctors have repeated the message all over the world, in their private surgeries and in the media. People accepted what they were told. And many started taking antidepressants because they... Read more →

HELP WANTED: Winslow Seeking Keyboard Clerk

KEYBOARDING CLERK 1 / FULL-TIME TOWNSHIP OF WINSLOW - Municipal Clerks Office WINSLOW TOWNSHIP seeks a full-time Keyboarding Clerk 1 in our Municipal Clerks Office. Must possess good typing and computer skills, good customer service, and works well with the public. Must be a resident of Winslow Township. Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check. Salary: $19.73 per hour, Monday through Friday, start time 8:30 a.m., 35 hours per week and there are benefits available with this position. There will be a 90-day working test period. Winslow Township is an equal opportunity employer. Send application to Personnel Office, Township of Winslow, 125 South Route 73, Braddock, NJ 08037-9422, or fax #609-567-9057, or email Applications can be downloaded at under forms and documents/employment application. The deadline for submitting applications will be August 5, 2022. Address/Location Township of Winslow 125 South Route 73 Hammonton, NJ 08037... Read more →

Big Kahuna’s West Berlin Offering Free Admission for Military, Healthcare Workers, Teachers

Camden County (July 25, 2022) – Teachers, Healthcare Workers, Military, and First Responders can get a day of family fun this summer with free admission to Big Kahuna’s Water Park in Camden County. “These frontline workers have been through it all over the last few years,” says Tim Murphy, CEO, Boomers Parks, which operates Big Kahuna’s. “We hope that Big Kahuna’s can help lighten the load for these valuable members of our society and create some special memories for their families.” Big Kahuna’s, an island-themed, indoor/outdoor family-fun destination, will provide free admission to members of these deserving groups and discounted tickets for up to six of their guests, according to the following schedule: Teacher Appreciation Days August 1 – September 25 Military/First Responder Appreciation Days August 1 – September 25 Healthcare Worker Appreciation Days August 1 – September 25 Teachers, Military, First Responders, and Healthcare workers should bring a work... Read more →

NRA-ILA Opinion: Armed Good Guy Stops the Bad Guy

source NRA-ILA On July 19, 22-year-old Elisjsha Dicken was shopping with his girlfriend at the Greenwood Park Mall in Greenwood, Ind. when a gunman armed with a rifle opened fire in the food court. Upon witnessing the heinous crime, Dicken acted. The young man drew the Glock handgun he was concealed carrying and engaged the shooter as he gestured for others to flee. According to reports, Dicken initially confronted the shooter at a distance of 30-40 yards. Demonstrating significant marksmanship under pressure, the armed citizen neutralized the threat in just 15 seconds - landing 8 of 10 shots on the evildoer. Sadly, the criminal killed three people before Dicken dispatched him. However, Dickens unquestionably saved many innocents through his heroic actions. CNBNews graphic file Some initial reports indicated that Dicken was lawfully carrying a firearm in the mall due to Indiana’s new NRA-supported constitutional carry law, which went into effect... Read more →

Do You Live In Constant Pain? Medical Exercise May Help

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 20% of the adult population lives with chronic pain. For many people, it keeps them from enjoying life and being able to do the things they once did, including working. What many people don’t realize is that they may be able to benefit from a medical exercise program that is tailored to their needs. That's precisely what Fredericksburg Fitness Studio does, helping people to reduce chronic pain and improve their quality of life. MEDICAL NEWS "People are often surprised at the results they get when they stick to a medical exercise program," Jennifer Scherer, medical exercise specialist, certified personal trainer, and owner of Fredericksburg Fitness Studio. "It may be the missing link that can help people get back to feeling better and being able to do more.” Many research studies point to the fact that exercise can help reduce chronic... Read more →

Know About The Positive Effects Of Mimosa Hostilis Bark

One of the most well-liked products is mimosa hostilis. It is also frequently referred to as Mimosa jurema and Mimosa tenuiflora. This herb's root has played an essential - part in psychedelic and shamanic history. It might get thought to be the sole herb - utilised in an oral mixture. Its effects can be highly potent, but if taken improperly - they can also be hazardous. Specifically in Brazil, the jungles of South America have a kind of plant called mimosa hostilis root bark usa. The plant has active alkaloid qualities that give it traits like those caused by LSD, but completely natural and in a much greater form. The customs many indigenous groups have towards the mimosa hostilis reflect its usage. It combines with other plants found in the neighbouring tropical woods' flora. These concoctions, which have calming and therapeutic benefits, are frequently drunk by villagers during festivities. Effects... Read more →

David Fennimore age 66, of Maple Shade

CNBNews graphic file On July 10, 2022. Age 66, of Maple Shade. Graveside services will be celebrated at 10 am on Wednesday, July 27th in the Waterford Memorial Park, 679 Pestleton Road, Waterford Works, NJ. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME: Ph: 856-456-1142. Read more →

Taxpayers Buy 109 Acre Property in Lower Alloways Creek for New Jersey Wind Port

The New Jersey Wind Port is poised to be a key contributor to the offshore wind industry on the Atlantic Ocean. Contributed photo / NJ Wind Port By Alan Wooten | The Center Square (The Center Square) – New Jersey’s economic growth agency has taken another step toward making the state a leading source in the nation’s quest for Atlantic offshore wind supply. A 109.4-acre property purchase, for $24.25 million from NDEV LLC, by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority is part of the second phase in expansion of the NJ Wind Port in Lower Alloways Creek. This is in Salem County, along the shore of the Delaware River, less than 10 miles from Salem. The land purchase, approved by the agency board, pushes the tract to 220 acres. Two projects can be worked on at the same time. It is directly north of property the agency leases to PSEG... Read more →

Ways to Get into Esports Betting 

image source For people who have always enjoyed betting in one way or another, there is no doubt that the esports marketplace has opened up some new avenues entirely. While this is a highly appealing prospect, it also means that more and more people are wondering about the different ways of getting into esports betting. After all, an understanding of where your money is going to in the first place is always going to be the best ways of achieving success in this particular arena. So, here are a few of the best tips and tricks that can get you firmly into the world of esports betting. Watch and Understand the Sports Just like you would not want to bet on a sport without a full and complete understanding of what is going on in the rules, the same should go for esports as well. Otherwise, you are easily... Read more →

Three Times Oklahoma Tried To Execute Death Row Prisoner Richard Glossip and Three Times They Failed

Richard Glossip Has Eaten Three Last Meals on Death Row. Years Later, the State Is Still Trying to Execute Him. by Ziva Branstetter ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. In the parking lot outside the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, I stood on my toes in a throng of reporters, straining to hear death row inmate Richard Glossip’s words through the speaker of a phone his friend held aloft. It was 3:45 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2015, and Glossip should have been dead by now from a cocktail of lethal drugs pumped into his body. I joined reporters, Glossip’s family and supporters outside the prison in McAlester that day — a warm and breezy afternoon — as the condemned man was able to make a phone call from inside the maximum-security facility’s death row. Glossip... Read more →

HELP WANTED: Winslow Seeking Public Works Laborer

FULL TIME - LABORER 1 - POSITION TOWNSHIP OF WINSLOW - PUBLIC WORKS WINSLOW TOWNSHIP seeks one full-time Laborer in the Public Works Department. Under supervision must perform varied types of manual and unskilled laboring work, handle property maintenance, grass cutting, and cleanup. Must be a resident of Winslow Township. Must possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey. Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is preferred or must be obtained within 1 year of date of hire. Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check. Salary: $19.66 per hour, 40-hour work week, Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Benefits available with position. There will be a 90-day working test period. Winslow Township is an equal opportunity employer. Send application to Personnel Office, Township of Winslow, 125 South Route 73, Braddock, NJ 08037-9422, or fax #609-567-9057, or email Applications can be downloaded at under... Read more →

Marie C. Ezzi, age 77, of Gloucester City

Marie C. Ezzi (nee Harris) age 77 of Gloucester City, passed away Friday, July 22, 2022. Mrs. Ezzi was born in Camden and lived in Gloucester City while she worked as a clerk for the City of Camden. Marie is survived and will be sadly missed by her siblings; William Harris, Julie Anne Harris, and Patricia Karlsen. Predeceased by her brother, Frank Harris. Mrs. Ezzi was predeceased by her children; Joseph, Marie Dobbins(Michael), Eric, Michael, Anthony, and Kevin. She was also predeceased by her granddaughter Erica Dobbins. She is also survived by her granddaughter Stephanie Ezzi, great-granddaughter Gianna, and many nieces and nephews. Marie enjoyed watching football with her brothers, sisters, and her kids. Relatives, friends, and neighbors are invited to gather with the family on Thursday morning and afternoon between 11:00 AM and 12:00 PM at Creran Funeral Homes 700 Powell St., Gloucester City. A graveside tribute will immediately... Read more →

Delaware Sportsmen's Club Sues State Over New Gun Laws

By Brent Addleman | The Center Square (The Center Square) – One Delaware gun rights group is taking the state to court seeking to overturn the recent passage of new gun laws. CNBNews graphic file The Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association Inc. has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Court for the District of Delaware against the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Nathaniel McQueen Jr. in his official capacity as cabinet secretary of the department, and Col. Melissa Zebley in her official capacity as superintendent of the Delaware State Police. The group claims that when House Bill 450 was signed into law by Democratic Gov. John Carney on June 30, a list of commonly owned weapons such as rifles, shotguns, and pistols, according to the release, were “pejoratively and inaccurately labeling those firearms as ‘assault weapons.'” Jeff Hague, president of the sportsmen’s association, said the organization has been working... Read more →

2022 Gloucester Township Public Schools Job Fair

2022 Gloucester Township Public Schools Job Fair will take place on Wednesday, July 27th, 9am-12pm, 4pm-7pm at Charles W. Lewis Middle School ( 875 Erial Road). Positions available: bus drivers and aides, substitute teachers, classroom aides, food services, part time custodians, warehouse. Onsite interviews! Address/Location Gloucester Township, NJ 1261 Chews Landing Rd Clementon, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-228-4000 Read more →


JACKPOT INCREASED AGAIN Over 1 Million New Jersey Winners of Prizes from $2 to $1,000,000 Since Roll Began TRENTON (July 25, 2022) – With the Mega Millions jackpot rolling to $810 million annuity for tomorrow’s drawing, New Jersey Lottery Executive Director James Carey said, “Anything can happen in Jersey but you’ve got to be in it to win it. However, it only takes one ticket to get in a game,” advised Carey. “The Mega Millions jackpot has increased to $810, the 3rd largest in Mega Millions history. Players are excited about the chance to win such a life-changing amount of money, so we’re certain that today and tomorrow will be busy days for our retailers.” This giant jackpot, which started rolling on April 19, 2022, has already been having a significant impact on the State of New Jersey and its economy. There have been over $55.4 million in sales in... Read more →

Accu Weather Alert: Storms Head Toward Atlantic Coast

Millions facing severe weather risk As storms track farther east toward the major coastal cities, they're likely to grow more widespread and intense. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – July 25, 2022 – AccuWeather forecasters say severe thunderstorms will converge on coastal areas of New England and the mid-Atlantic into Monday evening. The intense storms, which will also stretch back to Kentucky and Tennessee, will put tens of millions at risk. As the cold front responsible for the unsettled weather tracks eastward, severe storms are forecast to shift from the Interstate 95 corridor to many of the beaches. While the storms are set to bring an end to the scorching heat wave that is ongoing in the region, it will come with a threat of damaging winds, hail and perhaps even a tornado. During the early hours of Monday morning, a round of strong storms was ongoing in parts of the... Read more →

Guide On How To Maintain The Inflatable Stand-Up Paddle Board

SUP (stand-up paddle) boarding is the best outdoor activity for getting some fitness and taking in some breathtaking sights. Enjoy your time on the water, with other sports, and you will need the right equipment. You might take good care of your inflatable paddle board equipment to ensure that your investment in all of your SUP gear will last. The following advice helps you make your time on the water fruitful and pleasurable. How should I wash my paddle board? A paddleboard is simple to clean. The procedure is the same whether the board is rigid or inflatable. A cleaner, a sponge or soft brush, freshwater, and towels are all you need. A magic eraser could also be helpful if there are some scuff marks on your surface. While cleaning the board, don't forget to give your SUP paddle some TLC. Let's get going. When should a paddle board be... Read more →

Gloucester City Cops and Good Samaritans Honored for Rescuing Accident Victim from Delaware River

image source Gloucester City Police Dept. GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 13, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The police officers and civilians who helped rescue the driver of the vehicle that crashed into the Freedom Pier safety barrier were honored recently The car landed upside down in the Delaware River. Pictured from left to right are Mayor Dayl Baile, Officer John Bryszewski Jr., Officer Sean Gartland, and D/Sgt. Carlos Depoder received a Life-Saving Award for the water rescue. Good Samaritans Gene Blemmings, Michael Natrin, and Stratis Taniakos (not pictured), we’re presented with a proclamation from Assemblymen Bill Moen (wearing mask) and Mayor Baile for their help during the rescue. Below are excerpts from the incident reports filed by the police and fire departments that were obtained by CNBNews via an OPRA request. The following is from the police department incident report. Below from the Fire Department incident report. (To enlarge the print, click on the images)... Read more →

Down The Shore: AC Electric and Contract Callers Job Opportunities July 26

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (July 25, 2022)--Join Atlantic City Electric and Contract Callers, Inc. (CCI) for an information session about workforce development programs and career opportunities which include free, on the job training. Tuesday, July 26, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. City Hall of Atlantic City 1301 Bacharach Blvd. Atlantic City, N.J. For more information, please contact Rachele Dorsey at 202-428-1244 or Read more →

Ian C. Hayes, age 45 of Audubon, Member of K.I.S.S. Club

Ian C. Hayes, on July 17, 2022, of Audubon. Age 45. Beloved son of Patrice Hayes and Jodie Sullivan and the late Carl Schnitzius. Loving brother of Sean Hayes. Also survived by many extended family members with the Sullivan, Galanti, and Schnitzius families. Ian was a member of the K.I.S.S. Club and worked at RLS Logistics. Services are private at the request of the family. Read more →

Officer Down Memorial: Honoring Officers Killed in 2022

Total Line of Duty Deaths: 144 9/11 related illness -1 Accidental-1 Aircraft accident-4 Automobile crash-17 COVID19-58 Duty related illness-3 Fire-1 Gunfire-36 Gunfire (Inadvertent)-1 Heart attack-6 Heatstroke1 Struck by vehicle-3 Training accident-1 Vehicle pursuit-3 Vehicular assault-8 ******************************************************** Police Officer Christopher Gibson Dallas Police Department, TX EOW: Sunday, January 2, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Deportation Officer William Hayes United States Department of Homeland Security - Immigration and Customs Enforcement - Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations, US EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Trooper John Sumter Horton North Carolina Highway Patrol, NC EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: Struck by vehicle Deputy Sheriff Bryan Vannatta Curry County Sheriff's Office, NM EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Bart Lane Arnold Enid Police Department, OK EOW: Monday, January 3, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer Jesus "Chuy" Lara Casa Grande Police Department, AZ EOW: Tuesday, January 4, 2022 Cause: COVID19 Police Officer... Read more →

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in a Car Tracker

Having a car is one of the most important things in your life as it helps you go from one point to another much faster than commuting. Most people nowadays have cars that help them go to work or school, making cars one of the most important things in people's lives. It's also a chance for them to show off with high-end luxury cars as it can also symbolize status in society. With that said, cars are often high-priority targets by thieves. We don't want our hard work to go to waste, so we take steps to keep our cars secure from being stolen. One of the things that you can do is to invest in a GPS tracker. In the current economic climate, you might think it's unnecessary, but we can assure you that a GPS tracker is a cost-effective method of protecting your car from thieves. In this... Read more →

Gail P. Tilton, of Mount Ephraim.

Gail P. Tilton, on July 21, 2022, of Mount Ephraim. Age 80. Beloved mother of Nick Bubbico (Carol) and Chris Bubbico (Kalyn LeBlanc). Loving grandmother of Ashley Bubbico-Gordon (Brandon), Zakariah Costello (Maureen), Justin Michaelis (Heather) and Chloe Jones. Dear sister of Patricia Wheeler and the late Lewis "Butch" Tilton and Linda Ludzieski. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Gail spent 20 years working in the corporate world and 30 years working in the medical field. There will be a viewing from 10am to 11am on Wednesday, July 8 at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral Service 11am at the Funeral Home. Interment Sunset memorial park, Somerton, PA. In lieu of flowers, please donate blankets to the homeless. Read more →

HELP WANTED: GTPD Hiring Crossing Guards

Community: GTPD Is Hiring Part Time School Traffic Guards For The Upcoming 2022/ 2023 School Year- $15.00 Per Hour! Gloucester Township Police Is Hiring Part Time School Traffic Guards For The Upcoming 2022/ 2023 School Year- $15.00 Per Hour! Open to Gloucester Township, New Jersey , vacancies for part time hours (10 hours per week) and on call basis. Submit your application today! Applicant must have the ability to: • Regulate and direct the movement of school children at a street intersection, paying particular attention to their safety. • Must pass a criminal background check and maintain such security clearance throughout employment. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION WILL BE CONDUCTED, Applications can be picked up at the Municipal Building or printed from our website at here: Police Support Application must be completed, and completed applications should be submitted to Gloucester Township Human Resources Department. “GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER”... Read more →

*Gloucester City Police and PBA Sponsoring National Night Out Celebration, Tuesday August 2

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 4, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department and the Police Benevolent Association, Local 40 (PBA) will celebrate National Night Out, Tuesday August 2 from 6 PM to 9 PM at Proprietor's Park, King and Powell Streets. The festivities include a dunk tank with surprise guests, bounce house, circus performers, plus more. According to Wikipedia the event has been held annually since 1984, and is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch in the United States. National Night Out began simply with neighbors turning on their porch lights and sitting in front of their homes. The first National Night Out involved 2.5 million residents across 400 communities in 23 states; National Night Out 2016 involved 38 million residents in 16,000 communities across the United States. National Night Out is meant to increase awareness about police programs in communities, such as drug prevention, town watch, neighborhood watch and... Read more →

*Cardboard Boat Regatta Saturday, Aug. 6 Nanticoke River  

BLADES, DELAWARE (CNBNEWSNet)The seventh annual Recycled Cardboard Boat Regatta will cast off Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Nanticoke River Public Marine Park, 26 North Market Street, Blades, after a two year absence. Sign in and registration begin at 11 a.m., with judging of boats’ appearances at noon, and races starting at 12:30 p.m. The rain date is Sunday, Aug. 7. The Recycled Cardboard Boat Regatta is presented by the DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship, the DNREC Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances, the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance, Abbotts Mill Nature Center, and Town of Blades, as part of the Reclaim Our River (ROR) Program – Nanticoke Series. The event is open to anyone who can build a cardboard boat. Boats may be any size, shape, or design, but must be made of recycled cardboard. They should be painted with multiple coats of any indoor or exterior latex house paint. Decorations may... Read more →

The Story Behind The Story: Only a Bridge Length...

All it takes for evil to thrive is for good men to do nothing. ~Edmund Burke \ by Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Usually when it comes to politics in Philadelphia, I take a stand that "I don't live there, work there, or pay taxes there so it isn't really my business." However, now that George Seros-backed DA, Larry Krasner, has decided to not prosecute criminals, we in New Jersey are affected. We are only a bridge length away from Larry Krasner's criminals. It is about to get worse. Philadelphia's police department is about to lose their state-wide accreditation. Why? The geniuses who administer Philadelphia's laws and order have decided that their police officers may no longer pull over a car for a minor infraction, such as a broken taillight. That was the only example used in the Chris Palmer article published in the Philadelphia Inquirer (July 22, 2022.) I wonder... Read more →

Philly Community Event: The 2nd Street Summer Festival is Back!

photo credit 2nd Street Festival Philadelphia, PA - (CNBNewsnet)Philadelphia's largest neighborhood summer festival is back and bigger than ever! The 13th Annual 2nd Street Festival will pop-up and take over Northern Liberties on Sunday, August 7, 2022, from 12:00pm Noon to 9:00pm. This year the event will extend to the largest footprint in the event's history, along N. 2nd Street from Spring Garden extending all the way to Girard clocking in at more than three-quarters of a mile long. The all-ages celebration includes restaurants, food trucks, beer gardens, family fun, live music, artists, pop-up shops and entertainment. Street food and summertime sips will be available from a giant list of 50+ restaurants, bars, breweries and food trucks, including 15 outdoor beer and cocktail gardens. Get ready to dance in the street with live music and DJs on two main stages, plus throughout the festival, with Moonroof, Bougie and the Beasts,... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: National Sports Collectors Event

RELATED: DOWN THE SHORE SINCE 1980 The National is an annual gathering of collectors, dealers and any other groups interested in collecting trading cards, autographs and other related memorabilia. The National is the event with the strongest tradition, best autograph guests, largest roster of dealers of vintage and new collectibles and the biggest selection of cards and memorabilia all under one roof. It's been said, "If you can't find what you're looking for at the National, it probably doesn't exist!" The National is the event of the year and is the place you should be as collectors, dealers, distributors, manufacturers, licensors and everyone else in the collectibles industry all participate in the worlds most spectacular sports and entertainment collectibles industry. Purchase Tickets To receive all the information related to sports tickets Exhibitors & Vendors To receive all the information related to sports tickets Schedule & Hours To receive all the... Read more →


GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 14, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Sunday, August 7, 2020, Big Slam's ashes were placed inside a compartment on the bike of his nephew Keith to set out for his last ride. Related: Walt "Big Slam" McDonald, of Gloucester City He was driven through the streets of his precious Gloucester City followed by a cavalcade of bikes, then off to the church for his memorial service. Remembering Walt McDonald AKA Big Slam/Waldo To mark this second year anniversary of his memorial, his son, Walter, along with his nephew Keith, would like to invite you to join them on a ride in his honor. The meeting place will be at The Fairy Godmother's Boutique at 716 Jersey Avenue, Gloucester City. At the Boutique, there will be a blessing of the bikes and a memorial prayer for Walt. Then everyone will assemble and take a ride through Gloucester City, past Walt's favorite spots.... Read more →

John Brian Kearney, 99, of Woodbury/Gloucester City; Catholic Deacon, Navy Yard Engineer, WWII Naval Veteran

On July 20, 2022. Age 99. Of Woodbury. Formerly of Gloucester City. Born in Donegal Township, PA, he was the son of the late Patrick J. and Maude (Horr) Kearney. Loving father of Frances X. Kearney (the late Deborah), Catherine E. Palumbo (the late Joseph), Marie Hunter (William), Anne Gross (Michael), Joseph Kearney (Catherine), John E. Kearney (Carol), Clare Kearney, Paul Kearney, Stephen Kearney (Mary Kathryn), Mark Kearney (Jill); many Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren. Brian is also survived by his sister, Florence Reed; daughter-in-law, Rory Kearney; son-in-law, Tony Lentini. Brian was predeceased by his wife of 59 years, Catherine V. (Williams) Kearney, he was also predeceased by his children, Michael Kearney, Patricia Lentini, Brian P. Kearney, Margaret Mary Kearney and Gerald Kearney. (image Brian and Catherine Kearney) Brian honored his country during WWII serving in the U.S. Navy as an Electronics Engineer. He went on to work as an Electrical Engineer... Read more →

$21 Million Atlantic Avenue Improvement Project Underway

The project began in the 100-unit block of Atlantic Avenue. (image courtesy of Google maps) ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Phase I of the Atlantic Avenue Improvement Project – also known as the “Road Diet” – began July 20, 2022, at Maine and Atlantic Avenues. The project will reduce lanes along Atlantic Avenue from four to two with a bike lane added on each side of the street. Other highlights of the project include freshly paved roads, brand new sidewalks, streetscaping, synchronized traffic lights at each intersection, improved lighting and the installation of fiberoptic. “Studies show that Atlantic Avenue is one of the most dangerous streets in America between fatalities and everything else,” said Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, Sr. “I couldn’t be happier as Mayor as we embark on this historic journey to improve Atlantic Avenue.” “This project will not just improve the quality of life for the residents, but... Read more →

Edith J. Higginbotham, age 93, of Gloucester City/Collingswood, Avid Bowler, Highland Park Fire Ladies Aux.

Edith J. Higginbotham (nee Dickson), age 93 of Collingswood, passed away on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, after a brief illness. Mrs. Higginbotham was born in and had been a lifetime Gloucester City neighbor and homemaker. She was tough cookie who took care of her family. Edith was independently active and had been an avid bowler at Westbrook Lanes in Brooklawn for over 50 years. In her younger years, she volunteered her time as part of the Highland Park Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary in Gloucester City. She was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Gloucester City, then St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Collingswood. She loved watching & cheering for the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles. She enjoyed keeping a tidy house, crocheting, shopping, going to craft shows & taking road trips. She also loved going on vacations, in the states & abroad. Mrs. Higginbotham was predeceased by her childhood sweetheart &... Read more →

CNB ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Samaritan Hosts Virtual Theatre of War Performance

Production Spotlights Challenges Faced by Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Mount Laurel, NJ – Samaritan, the not-for-profit healthcare provider offering hospice care, grief support, palliative medicine, and primary care at home, is “playing” host to a unique virtual theatrical performance. Theater of War Productions’ “The Nurse Antigone” series, which presents dramatic readings from ancient Greek plays on Zoom as a catalyst for guided discussions on the state of nursing, will utilize Samaritan’s headquarters and nursing staff for its next performance. The virtual event begins with scenes from Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis,” performed on Zoom on July 27, 2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. Elizabeth Marvel (“The Dropout,” “Homeland,” “The District”) and David Denman (“The Office” and “Mare of Easttown”) will join a “Greek chorus” of hospice and palliative care nurses and home health aides, including Samaritan’s Dawn Fort, a Certified Home Health Aide and Licensed Massage Therapist, in performing the... Read more →

*988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Now Available Nationwide

988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This dialing code was activated on Saturday, July 16 to everyone across the United States. When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary. Signed into law in 2020, the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act authorized 988 as the new three-digit number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. As part of the law, all telephone service providers in the U.S. had to activate the number no later than July 16, 2022. Veterans can use this new option by dialing 988 and pressing 1 to contact the Veterans Crisis Line. Veterans may still reach... Read more →


14 K-9's Have Died in the Line of Duty in 2022

K9 Beni Heflin Police Department, AL EOW: Wednesday, January 5, 2022 Cause: Struck by vehicle K9 Beni was struck and killed by a passing vehicle while conducting an open air narcotics sniff during a traffic stop on I-20 near mile marker 199 at about 7:45 pm. K9 Beni had served with the Heflin Police Department for five years. K9 Jedi Seattle Police Department, WA EOW: Wednesday, January 5, 2022 Cause: Stabbed K9 Jedi was stabbed to death while attempting an apprehension of a burglary suspect in the 2200 block of South Eddy Street at about 2:45 pm. A resident in the home called 911 to report a subject armed with a machete was attempting to break in. Responding units encountered the subject who then fled on foot. Officers pursued him to the 6700 block of Swift Avenue South where K9 Jedi was released to perform an apprehension. The man fatally... Read more →

Register Today for NRA Firearm Training Courses

Summer is in full swing and NRA Certified Firearm Training Courses are filling up fast. If you're looking to book a course, now is the time to do it. You can find a course near you by clicking any of the training categories below. Whether you're a new gun owner looking for a concealed carry course or an experienced marksman who wants to take their training to the next level, NRA Certified Instructors have a course for you. But you must hurry. Class space is limited. Enroll today! Joe DeBergalis Executive Director NRA General Operations PISTOL TRAINING See Courses & Schedules RIFLE TRAINING See Courses & Schedules SHOTGUN TRAINING See Courses & Schedules SELF-DEFENSE TRAINING See Courses & Schedules HOME FIREARM SAFETY See Courses & Schedules Want to Know More? For more information about NRA's Firearm Training Courses, email Read more →

Samaritan Hosts Virtual Theater of War Performance

Production Spotlights Challenges Faced by Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Mount Laurel, NJ – Samaritan, the not-for-profit healthcare provider offering hospice care, grief support, palliative medicine, and primary care at home, is “playing” host to a unique virtual theatrical performance. Theater of War Productions’ “The Nurse Antigone” series, which presents dramatic readings from ancient Greek plays on Zoom as a catalyst for guided discussions on the state of nursing, will utilize Samaritan’s headquarters and nursing staff for its next performance. The virtual event begins with scenes from Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis,” performed on Zoom on July 27, 2022 from 6 to 8 p.m. Elizabeth Marvel (“The Dropout,” “Homeland,” “The District”) and David Denman (“The Office” and “Mare of Easttown”) will join a “Greek chorus” of hospice and palliative care nurses and home health aides, including Samaritan’s Dawn Fort, a Certified Home Health Aide and Licensed Massage Therapist, in performing the... Read more →

Delaware Announces First 2022 Evidence of West Nile Virus

Detected in DNREC’s Sentinel Chickens No Human Cases of WNV Reported to Date in State; Department of Agriculture Urges Equine Owners to Vaccinate Animals West Nile Virus (WNV) has been detected in Delaware the first time for 2022 in a sentinel chicken, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. This initial finding was from a DNREC sentinel chicken station in southern New Castle County sampled by the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife Mosquito Control section and confirmed by the Delaware Public Health Laboratory on July 19. While there have been no reported WNV cases in humans this year in the state, Delawareans are reminded that the possibility of contracting mosquito-transmitted diseases, including WNV and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), will continue until colder autumn temperatures in mid-October or later. Blood samples are collected by the Mosquito Control section each week from early July into October from... Read more →

Guests at McVeigh Recreation Center Attack Staff

image courtesy of Google Street view PHILADELPHIA PA (CNBNewsnet)--Thursday, July 21, 2022, at approximately 4:25 PM, staff members at the McVeigh Playground attempted to eject three females from the pool for unruly behavior. The females refused to leave and became hostile toward staff. Staff members repeatedly told the females that they were not allowed to continue swimming and that they would have to leave. The females continued to refuse orders to exit the facility while sitting at the end of the pool, taunting and threatening the staff. Subsequently, the staff shut down the pool, and all other occupants of the pool exited the pool without issue. The three females then followed the staff into the recreation center building, at which point at least two of the females began swinging their arms at staff members as the staff attempted to block the females from entering the building. A staff member was... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: PSAC 2021-22 Scholar-Athlete List

BLOOMSBURG, PA (07/21/2022)-- The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) recognized a school-record total of 297 Bloomsburg University student-athletes for the 2021-22 academic year as scholar-athletes. The 297 Huskies join a PSAC-record of 4,144 student-athletes from the league's 18 institutions. To be eligible, the 2021-22 student-athletes must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 upon completion of the academic year. With 4,144 student-athletes eligible, it marked 53% of the PSAC student-athlete population. The PSAC has registered at least a 30% growth rate for 14 consecutive years. Nick Heubel, from Cherry Hill, a member of the baseball team, was one of those recognized. Reagan Glassmire, from Florence, a member of the field hockey team, was one of those recognized. Thomas Goetz, from Wenonah, a member of the football team, was one of those recognized. Kelsey Clauss, from Cherry Hill, a member of the women's lacrosse team, was one of those recognized.... Read more →

Former Federal Inmate Sentenced to Nearly Three Years For Fraudulently Collecting PUA Funds

on Behalf of Incarcerated Individuals CNBNews graphic files PHILADELPHIA –United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Brandon Segers, 34, of Philadelphia, PA, was sentenced to two years and nine months in prison, 3 years of supervised release, and was ordered to pay $142,069 in restitution for fraudulently applying for and obtaining emergency unemployment benefits related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, Segers and others submitted false applications claiming that prison inmates lost employment as a result of the pandemic and false weekly certifications that inmates were available to work full-time despite their incarceration. On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law. The CARES Act created the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program, which provides unemployment benefits to individuals not eligible for regular unemployment compensation or extended unemployment benefits, including individuals, families, and businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligibility to receive... Read more →