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August 2022

National Grief Awareness Day, August 30

Angelic Health Palliative and Hospice Care are sponsoring two National Grief Awareness Day events in Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Both are outside and offer healing venues and activities, free and open to the public. National Grief Awareness Day, observed annually on August 30, was created by Angie Cartwright in 2014 to encourage open communication on loss and bereavement and to help people learn the facts of grief. We have all experienced suffering as a natural response to losing someone or something important. National Grief Awareness Day Forest Bathing Join Angelic Health and Heroic Gardens and learn to cope with grief and loss by connection to nature and how Forest Bathing can assist in our healing. National Grief Awareness Day Forest Bathing, Tuesday, August 30th, 2022 11 am to 1 p.m. Tamanend Upper Southampton Park, 1225 Second Street Pike, Southampton, PA 18966 Grief Awareness Day Offers Support and Healing Nature... Read more →

The Story Behind The Story: What's With Student Loans

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist The answer is - maybe nothing. Even the Washington elites can't agree. President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday, August 24, 2022, that he was going to forgive between $10,000 and $20,000 of undergraduate and graduate student loans. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says that the President doesn't have the authority to forgive the loans. That authority lies with Congress. President Biden is a lawyer but has never practiced law. Nancy Pelosi is not a lawyer, so I don't see this as a battle of the great legal minds. The question is what will get the most votes for the Democratic Party. Assuming that the loan forgiveness goes through, what will it mean for you and me? For those with outstanding student loans and now making less than $125,000 a year if single or $250,000 for a couple, you will most likely qualify for... Read more →

Moses Slanger Wright, 69, of Philadelphia Charged with Fraudulently Attempting to Obtain Citizenship and Other Crimes

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero today announced the unsealing of an indictment charging Moses Slanger Wright, 69, of Philadelphia, with fraudulently attempting to obtain citizenship, fraud in immigration documents, false statements in relation to naturalization, and perjury following an investigation by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Philadelphia. During Liberia’s First Civil War, the Armed Forces of Liberia was locked in a campaign for control of the country with various rebel groups, most notably Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia. The indictment alleges that the defendant, when applying for U.S. citizenship, was not truthful about his activities during Liberia’s First Civil War while he was a member, and ultimately the commanding general of, the Armed Forces of Liberia. According to the indictment, Wright either personally committed, or ordered Armed Forces of Liberia troops under his command to commit numerous atrocities, including but not limited to, the persecution, murder, and... Read more →


CAMDEN CITY, NJ (August 24, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Attention Emergency Responders, Outreach Teams and our friends on the street in Camden City. We are getting a report of increased violence against the ladies. Most of the incidents are happening in the Crescentville Section near a stand-alone garage surrounded by a wooden fence. PLEASE STAY VIGILANT AND LOOK AFTER EACH OTHER. We are getting consistent reports of a late model, red pickup driven by a latino male, 45-50 years old, bald head, 5'7"-6", stocky build, thick accent. Please be on the lookout and get a license plate number if possible. We have a team on the street notifying everyone and searching the train tracks for anything suspicious. We have met with the Metro PD to update them. source RING Read more →

More Counties in Texas Declare Invasion at Southern Border

IMAGE COURTESY OF THE TEXAS TRIBUNE (The Center Square) – The judges and county commissioners of seven more Texas counties signed resolutions declaring an invasion at the southern border this week, citing unprecedented levels of illegal immigration, human trafficking, and drug smuggling occurring at the U.S. border with Mexico under the Biden administration. The seven counties – Chambers, Ellis, Hardin, Johnson, Liberty, Orange, and Wilson – also expressed support for Gov. Greg Abbott to protect the sovereignty of Texas and secure the border. To date, 17 Texas counties now have formally declared an invasion, while two judges from other counties expressed support for declaring an invasion but their commissioners didn’t. The judges and commissioners who’ve signed invasion declarations or resolutions represent the counties of Atascosa, Chambers, Edwards, Ellis, Goliad, Hardin, Johnson, Kinney, Liberty, Live Oak, Orange, Parker, Presidio, Terrell, Tyler, Wilson, and Wise. The first to declare an invasion at... Read more →


WASHINGTON, DC, August 25- Leaders representing a new coalition that unites Frontline Fire/EMS, Healthcare, and Law Enforcement personnel from across the country met today in Washington, DC. The National Coalition of Frontline Workers (NCFW) held in-person press conference in the Hay-Adams Room at the Hay-Adams Hotel on Thursday, August 25, at 3:00 PM. Their first call to action was to urge President Biden to terminate the National Emergency concerning COVID-19 and to sign into law federal legislation that will end all COVID-19 vaccine mandates. For generations, frontline workers felt underrepresented politically. Unprecedented mandates and coercive public policies enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic left many workers powerless. Then, on January 23, thousands of workers participated in the Defeat the Mandates March to hear speakers such as frontline worker Robert Malone, MD, among the original inventors of mRNA vaccine technology. That's where the idea for the organization was born. Voices from America's... Read more →

CNB Traffic Alert: RT42 southbound lane closed Tonight

in Gloucester and Camden counties; Leaf Avenue ramps to be closed overnight (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced lane closures on Route 42 southbound tonight to implement a traffic shift and establish a median work zone, as the I-295/Route 42 Missing Moves project advances in Deptford, Gloucester County and Bellmawr and Runnemede, Camden County. Beginning at 9 p.m. tonight, Thursday, August 25, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, August 26, NJDOT’s contractor, South State Inc., is scheduled to close two lanes on Route 42 southbound between Creek Road/CR 753 in Bellmawr and the Route 55 interchange in Deptford. In addition, the Route 42 southbound Exit 14 ramps to and from Leaf Avenue will be closed and detoured at the same time. The lane and ramp closures are necessary to implement a traffic shift on Route 42. At least two lanes of traffic will be maintained overnight.... Read more →

The Reasons Why Online Casinos Are Popular

There are countless opportunities to have fun online. Millions of people enjoy playing video games, some enjoy watching movies, and others enjoy following their favorite social media celebrities. Online casino games are one of many genres that are gaining popularity. And with good cause. Numerous online casinos with a wide selection of games are available and number in the thousands. The advantages are several - why millions of people worldwide decide to establish an account and start having fun. This essay will go over several significant factors that contribute to online casinos' like đánh đề online 1 ăn 99 current level of appeal. Start with the most obvious, please. Convenience It is the main factor causing a lot of individuals to transfer from traditional casinos to online ones in đánh đề online 1 ăn 99 The time when you needed to dress in a suit and find a... Read more →

Delaware Authorities Make Felony Arrests Following Killens Pond State Park Water Park Burglary

Delaware Natural Resources Police State Parks officers arrested Eric Allan Davidson II and Jacob Tyler Flannery, both of Felton, on burglary and vandalism-related charges following an incident at Killens Pond State Park water park on Monday, Aug. 21. During the early morning hours, Flannery, 23, and Davidson, 21, trespassed into the water park and then accessed park facilities to burglarize the Killens Pond State Park lifeguard office and locker room, and the park’s concession stand/swim shop. They also caused damage at the park by throwing food, drinks and other items while in the swim shop and then into the main swimming pool at the water park complex. The two men also stole bathing suits for swimming in the pool and sliding down the Killens Pond waterslide. Investigation by Delaware Natural Resources Police also determined that a 50-lb. bag of sugar had been taken from the concession stand and dumped into... Read more →

CNBNews Guest Opinion: Amazon’s Robot Workforce Could Doom The American Worker

By Jason Boyce The year is 2030. Most humans have been replaced by machines in U.S. warehouses and factories. Millions of Americans are out of work and struggling to find jobs as robots pack, sort, ship, and carry out the myriad duties that just ten years ago were the purview of living, breathing workers. There are little job prospects in sight for these workers as automation has completely taken over numerous industries. As fictitious as this sounds, it is not a scene out of a science-fiction novel, but instead a scenario that could occur in the very near future. Take, for example, Amazon’s recent launch of Proteus — the company’s first fully autonomous mobile robot. This should signal that much of the company’s workforce faces extinction by automation in the coming years. CNBNews graphic file Despite the inevitability that all industries will adopt some type of automation to improve productivity... Read more →


WITH TWO PHILADELPHIA PREMIERES, QUEER READING SERIES AND A POP-UP PLAY IN A PUB Philadelphia, PA – Inis Nua Theatre Company presents their much-anticipated 19th Season featuring two mainstage Philadelphia premieres, a new Queer-focused reading series and the always-popular pop-up play in a pub (meat pie and a pint included). The new season kicks off with A Pop-Up Play in a Pub, featuring 10 Dates with Mad Mary by Irish playwright Yasmine Akram, at Fergie's Pub from October 26 to November 6, 2022, with no preview performances. Priyanka Shetty directs this fierce one-woman show that stars Anna Faye Lieberman. On the mainstage, Inis Nua presents Meet Me at Dawn from award-winning Scottish playwright Zinnie Harris, directed by Sam Tower. The show will run from February 15 to March 5, 2023, with opening night on Friday, February 17 at 7:00pm. Inis Nua will conclude the season with Hymn by acclaimed British... Read more →

CNB Fishing News: Summertime Fun Continues Across Maryland

by Keith Lockwood, fisheries biologist Maryland Department of Natural Resources. August 24, 2022 Spanish mackerel, photo by Travis Long Summertime fun continues across Maryland, and it is a great time for dads and moms to spend special moments while fishing with children and making memories that will last a lifetime. Remember to check the striped bass fishing advisory forecast for excessively hot weather, and help protect our smaller catch-and-release fish for future seasons. Forecast Summary: August 24 – August 30: Warmer weather is predicted all week with daytime temperatures in the upper 80s. There will be stable temperatures and calm winds, with a chance of rain and thunderstorms on Friday, Saturday, and Tuesday. Chesapeake Bay surface water temperatures have warmed to the low 80s. Maryland rivers are also currently running in the mid to low 70s. If you are seeking areas with cooler waters, fish the surface early in the... Read more →


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Gloucester City Council Buying Fire Truck, SUV's, Fire Equipment, Public Works Items, Etc.

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 24, 2022)-(CNBNewsnet)--Thursday night, August 25, Gloucester City Mayor and Council will CNBNews graphic file introduce two bond ordinances on first reading. The two bond ordinances total $2,743,200. The regularly scheduled meeting is held at the Police Administration building, 313 Monmouth Street, at 7:00 PM. Some of the funds in the first bond ordinance (#19) is going towards buying a $240,000 fire ladder truck, $144,000 for sports utility vehicles, $720,000 for repaving streets, $160,000 for repairs to the municipal building, and $96,000 for equipment for the Public Works Department. A complete breakdown is below. Much of the second bond ordinance funds will be used for infrastructure work throughout the city. For example, $500,000 for curb/gutter/grates replacements; $500,000 for redrilling of various wells; $200,000 for redevelopment various wells and $100,000 for portable sewer television cameras. The first bond ordinance totals $1,443,200; the estimated amount of bonds or bond... Read more →

Former Gloucester City K-9 Handler Michael Calzonetti named School Resource Officer

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (August 24, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police Department released the following prepared statement today pertaining to the appointment of a school resource officer to the Gloucester City Middle School. Officer Calzonetti and K-9 Blitz (retired) We are pleased to announce that the Gloucester City Police Department and the Gloucester City School District have agreed to assign a school resource officer to the Gloucester City Middle School. Chief Brian Morrell and Superintendent Sean Gorman selected Officer Michael Calzonetti as the school resource officer. Officer Calzonetti has been with the Gloucester City Police Department for 8 years. He was previously assigned as a patrol officer and a K-9 handler. He is actively engaged with the youth of the community. Prior to his career as a police officer, he was a teacher’s aide at the Alice Costello Elementary School in Brooklawn, and he earned a Teaching Certificate from Rutgers University Alternate... Read more →

What Causes Dog Aggression And What Can Be Done?

Witnessing aggressive behavior in a dog can be a frightening experience, especially if the behavior is new or unexpected. While the conduct may result from a temporary disorder in some circumstances, seeing a dog in this state can be scary. Learning common triggers for aggressive behaviors in dogs may help you to diffuse a potentially dangerous situation. Fear Fear is a common cause for dogs to behave aggressively toward other dogs or people. Aggressiveness may be the animal's way of preparing for a flight or fight response to a perceived threat, and these threats can come in various forms. Fireworks, thunderstorms, or other loud noises are frequent sources of fear for dogs. Occasionally, rescue dogs display aggressive conduct due to abuse or other tragic events from their past. But, help is available if you were attacked by a pitbull or other canine. Obedience training with an experienced trainer can assist... Read more →

CNB Sports: Rowan Field Hockey NJAC Favorite in 2022

PITMAN, NJ – The Rowan field hockey team is conference favorite heading into the 2022 season, as the Profs were picked to finish first in the NJAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll, while receiving six of a possible seven first-place votes. The defending NJAC champions, Rowan returns four All-Region selections and five of its top six scorers from last season. In 2021, the Profs went 18-3 and reached the NCAA Semifinals, while finishing with a final national ranking of fourth. In the poll, Kean was picked second, with one first-place vote, followed by TCNJ, Montclair State, Ramapo, Stockton and William Paterson. Leading the Profs is All-America First Team honoree and Region IV Player of the Year Kristiina Castagnola. The graduate student topped Rowan in scoring last year with 44 points (21 goals, 18 assists) and was chosen the NJAC Midfielder of the Year, while also earning Academic All-America honors. Bridget Guinan was... Read more →

Best online payment methods available for smooth transactions

Many online gaming platforms have introduced different modes of payment options based on the convenience of the players and their availability in the said jurisdiction. The popular ones are mentioned below: The usual Credit/ Debit Cards: Visa Visa is one of the most popular and widely accepted modes of payment across the world. Every online gaming provides the Visa as their mode of payment. The Visa is authentic and credible and is equipped with security features to protect important and sensitive information. If the player is comfortable paying through visa, he should check all the visa casinos and select the best one before playing a game of Blackjack, slots, craps, or betting on their favourite sports team. MasterCard MasterCard is another form of widely accepted payment option and is quite similar to visa. It is equipped with a tight security system to enable the protection of sensitive data and is... Read more →

GTPD Alert: Stolen Vehicle, Vehicle Burglaries and Attempted Burglaries in Blenheim & Blackwood

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Starting in late July, continuing through August, and again on August 20, 2022, the Gloucester Township Police Department has investigated numerous UNLOCKED vehicle burglaries and attempted vehicle burglaries in the Blenheim and Blackwood Sections of Gloucester Township, New Jersey. Also, on August 20th, an unlocked motor vehicle with the keys left inside was stolen from the Blackwood area, possibly by the same suspects. Residential cameras throughout the area have captured images of the suspects committing these crimes, which can be seen in these photos and the video link above. Gloucester Township Police reminds our residents to get into the #9PMRoutine EVERY NIGHT by ensuring that your KEYS or KEY FOB are removed, your valuables are removed, or well-hidden in your vehicle, and your car is LOCKED. By participating in the 9 PM Routine, residents can help reduce the opportunity for vehicle burglaries and thefts. If you can... Read more →

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THE DANGERS OF MARIJUANA Marijuana is not a harmless drug. Although available evidence suggests that marijuana may be less likely than opiates, barbiturates, or alcohol to induce psychological and physical dependence in its users, it has the capacity to reduce the effective functioning of individuals under its influence, and prolonged or excessive use may cause harmful severe biological and social effects in many users. The recent report, Marijuana and Health, of the Institute of Medicine (1982:5 [reproduced in the appendix]) concludes: The scientific evidence published to date indicates that marijuana has a broad range of psychological and biological effects, some of which, at least under certain conditions, are harmful to human health. Unfortunately, the available information does not tell us how serious this risk may be. Overall, the report concludes (p. 5): [W]hat little we know for sure about the effects of marijuana on human health--and all that we have... Read more →

Pennsylvania Game Commission Learn to Hunt Webinars

HARRISBURG, PA - The Pennsylvania Game Commission will, once again, be providing free webinars to teach people of all ages how to hunt. Learn to Hunt webinars include information on where to hunt, what you need to hunt, hunting tips and tactics, and preparing game for the table. The series kicks off this Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 6 p.m. with a webinar on squirrel hunting. Additional webinars – two on archery deer hunting on Sept. 7 and Sept. 21, and one on pheasant hunting Oct. 5 – will be provided. Webinars are approximately one hour long and are followed by a question-and-answer session. Each webinar is recorded and is made available to watch later on the Game Commission’s Learn to Hunt webpageOpens In A New Window, and those who register receive an email after the live event to access the recording. Register for webinars or learn more here: In... Read more →

CNBNews Pet Tips: Taking Fido to the Beach

CNBNewsnet---Over the past several weeks, there have been numerous official warnings about local waters showing high levels of dangerous microbes. These warnings have included Enterococcus, blue-green algae, red tide, and a bacterium called Burkholderia pseudomallei (B. Pseudomallei), which can cause an illness called melioidosis. In fact, this month, the CDC announced that the bacterium B. pseudomallei had been found in soil and water samples along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, and it issued a health alert to physicians nationwide to be on the lookout for symptoms of melioidosis, including cough, fever and chest pain, disorientation, pneumonia-like illness and seizures. As these public warnings are cast nationally, veterinarians at BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital are issuing their own warnings for pet owners. Here’s what pet owners should know when heading out to beaches, lakes, rivers, and other waterways this summer. Melioidosis Melioidosis is primarily a tropical disease, commonly occurring in... Read more →

How Gaming Affects Health: Changing Health Conditions 

An interesting fact: controlled gambling contributes to health. The psychological and physiological component falls under the favorable influence. Playing in is essentially a dosed stress, so the beneficial effect the same as that of specially induced stress. Мedical experiments prove that controlled play is an excellent anti-stress. Playing games on a regular basis helps reduce tension and improves well-being. What benefits does gambling bring to the physical state Slots together with card games, are CNS stimulants. Result: The body starts producing dopamine, serotonin, and adrenaline. The blood is saturated with these hormones, which causes brain activity. Joy, pleasant nervous excitement, light stress - what the player feels during the game. The human body is exposed to a similar effect when it makes love, sports training or quarrels. Scientists made many conclusions after the experiment, during which the subjects gambled: A small dose of stress - training for the central nervous... Read more →

Ways to Get Free Money Fast

Now, if you've clicked on this article, chances are you're looking for ways on how to get free money right now. You'll come to find out that there are quite a few options available to you. While some of them may require a bit of effort on your part, others are practically free money just waiting to be had. In the past, people have found all sorts of creative ways to get free money. From dumpster diving for change to finding money in the street, there are all sorts of opportunities out there for those who know where to look. But that was in the past. Nowadays, there are even more ways to get free money thanks to the internet. There are a number of websites and apps that will give you cash or rewards just for completing simple tasks. For example, you can get paid to watch videos, take... Read more →

GHS Orientation for Freshmen and Transfer Students August 31 at 1 PM

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)-- The orientation for freshmen and new transfer students at Gloucester City High School will be on Wednesday, August 31st, at 1 pm. Students should enter through the school's main doors. The event will conclude by 2 pm. There will also be a final orientation for parents of freshmen and new students at 7 pm that evening (August 31). on 8/31. Read more →

Who Pays the Most in School Taxes, Gloucester City Residents or Haddonfield Residents?

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet) released a study that explains how much taxpayers in each city pay to fund their schools. For example, the stats show that Gloucester City residents are paying 10 percent in local taxes to support the school district's spending plan, which totals $65,756,263. In the nearby affluent community of Haddonfield, residents pay 75.3% of the $54,701,722 total spending. Gloucester City school taxes are much lower than most communities because it is one of 31 "Abbott districts" in the state, which is now referred to as SDA Districts because the Schools Development Authority supervises them. Since the original ruling in 1985, New Jersey increased spending such that Abbott district students received 22% more per pupil (at $20,859) vs. non-Abbott districts (at $17,051) in 2011.[3] 60% of New Jersey's education aid goes to the Abbotts.[4 According to DATA USA, the population in Gloucester City in 2019 was 11,248; the... Read more →

New Jersey's Law Mandating Employment Conditions May Result in Closure of Facilities

NJBIA Statement on Law Mandating Employment Conditions in Ownership Transfers of Healthcare Facilities NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka issued the following statement following Gov. Phil Murphy signing of bill S-315 into law today, which mandates excessive employment conditions in the transfer of ownership of healthcare facilities. “While this bill intends to protect workers who already have protections, it once again strikes no balance for the concerns of the business and healthcare community and may, in fact, result in unintended consequences, like the closure of facilities. “This law now effectively forces a new owner to accept workers employed under the seller, whether they’re unionized or at-will employees. The new owner must accept wage and benefit terms negotiated by the former owner. “By requiring future employee layoffs be based on a seniority system, as this law does, a new owner no longer has the flexibility to maintain the best staff, which... Read more →

*South Jersey Apple Fest Sept. 10 &11

Fall is on the horizon, and so is the South Jersey Apple Fest. Mark your calendar; the dates are Saturday and Sunday, September 10 and 11, at the Salem County Fair Grounds. Lots of good things to eat. Everything from BBQ, Pizza, Cheese Steaks, Apple Pie by the Slice, Ice-cream, Funnel Cake, Fish & Chicken Sandwiches to Pulled Pork and so much more. Picnic-style dining.   South Jersey Apple Fest Salem County Fairgrounds Saturday & Sunday, September 10-11, 2022, 10am to 5pm. Over 100 artists & craftsmen, Food Trucks, Apple Butter, Live Bands, Wine Sampling & More CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS     Apple Dessert Contest & free sampling! Saturday, September 10 at 3pm Everything from Apple Pie, Apple Butter, Apple Cookies to Applesauce. Great prizes, free sampling. CLICK HERE FOR ENTRY FORM   Little Miss Apple Queen 1st to 4th runners up Sunday, Sept. 11th at 2pm, Main Stage... Read more →

John Joseph "Jack" Gorman, Jr., of Newtown PA

On August 12, 2022. Age 82. Of Newtown, PA and formerly of Warminster, PA and Southwest Philadelphia. Loving and cherished husband of 49 years to Dorothy M. (nee O’Connell). Beloved brother of Ruth (Mike) DeCarlo and the late Joseph (surviving wife Janet) Gorman. Dear brother-in-law of John J. (late Maureen) O’Connell Jr. and Daniel J. (Mary) O’Connell. Survived by nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and cousins. Jack was born in Philadelphia, PA and was raised in Southwest Philadelphia and graduated from West Catholic High School. He attended LaSalle University. Jack was the owner of Cherokee Enterprises which focused on the travel industry. Dottie and Jack loved to travel the world. Jack enjoyed watching college basketball. Jack was a longtime resident of Newtown, PA and parishioner of Saint Andrew’s R.C. Church in Newtown, PA. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Jack’s viewing on Thursday, August 25, 2022 from 10 am... Read more →

Bike Thief Capture on Ring Camera in West Collingswood Hts.

WEST COLLINGSWOOD HTS. (CNBNewsnet)--On Monday, August 22, 2022 a male teenager enters the yard of a Howell Avenue resident and steals a bike which belong to the young girl who lives there. If you recognize the criminal please call the Mount Ephraim Police Department 856-931-2225. The photos were provided via Neighborhood Ring Alert Mt Ephraim Boro Hall Address: 121 S Black Horse Pike, Mt Ephraim, NJ 08059 Phone: (856) 931-2225 Read more →

AccuWeather Report: Drought Relief on the Way For NE

Flooding risk, drought relief on the way for Northeast Along the Interstate 95 corridor, in the major metro areas like Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City, Monday is likely to be the wetter day. Monday's downpours could lead to ponding on roadways as well as localized flash flooding, especially in low-lying areas. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – August 22, 2022 – While localized downpours have hit some parts of the Northeast in the last week, drought conditions continue to worsen for others. More widespread wet weather could be on the way, including for areas that have missed out on recent rains; but along with this rain, potential comes the risk of flooding. The same storm that produced severe weather through Saturday in the Midwest and produced a tornado south of Davenport, Iowa, began to shift into the Ohio Valley and eastern Great Lakes on Sunday. While no additional tornadoes... Read more →

Hazel E. Lyons, age 91, of Clayton formerly of Gloucester City

On August 18, 2022. Age 91. Of Clayton formerly of Gloucester City. Beloved wife of 47 years to the late Ralph Lyons who died in 1995. Hazel is survived by her children, Thomas Lyons (Kathy), Judy Marinelli (Carmen), Joann Cannon (Bill), 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Hazel E. Lyons Feb. 15, 1931 - August 18, 2022 Hazel worked for many years as a machine operator for commercial laundry. She loved spending time with her family, her dogs, fishing and spending time at the Jersey shore. At Hazel’s request, services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.comunder the obituary of Hazel E. Lyons. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City. Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

GIBBSBORO RESIDENTS: Q3 taxes ends August 23

GIBBSBORO, NJ- (August 22, 2022)CNBNewsnet--Grace Period to pay Quarter three taxes ends Tuesday, August 23rd. I nterest will be calculated from the 1st beginning August 24th. CNBNews graphic file Address/Location Gibbsboro Police Department 5 Foster Ave Gibbsboro, NJ 08026 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-783-0151 Read more →

Dr. Fauci Announces Resignation

I am announcing today that I will be stepping down from the positions of Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Chief of the NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation, as well as the position of Chief Medical Advisor to President Joe Biden. I will be leaving these positions in December of this year to pursue the next chapter of my career. It has been the honor of a lifetime to have led the NIAID, an extraordinary institution, for many years and through many scientific and public health challenges. I am very proud of our many accomplishments. I have worked with — and learned from — countless talented and dedicated people in my own laboratory, at NIAID, at NIH, and beyond. To them, I express my abiding respect and gratitude. Over the past 38 years as NIAID Director, I have had the enormous privilege of serving under... Read more →

Is Amtrak Being Use for Illegal Immigrants to Cross Border

CNBNews graphic file By Casey Harper | The Center Square Aug 17, 2022 (The Center Square) – Lawmakers sent a letter to Amtrak Wednesday requesting a briefing as well as all documents related to how taxpayer subsidized Amtrak may be used to transfer illegal immigrants across the border. The Republicans on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee signed the letter, led by railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Subcommittee Ranking Member Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Ark. “Due to the dysfunctional border policies of the Biden Administration, the United States Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) recorded an unprecedented number of border encounters in the last few years,” the letter said. “To date, this fiscal year has seen over 1.7 million encounters at the border, over 600,000 more than last year at this time, and roughly 1.4 million more than in the last year of the previous Administration. We are concerned about the impact... Read more →

Tips for learning Cybersecurity

With each passing year, there’s an unfortunate yet constant rise in the number of cyberattacks the world faces, and the number keeps increasing. In finding a solution and defending against such attacks, the emerging field of cybersecurity has seen a consistent rise and growth in popularity. Universities and colleges have added more opportunities for cyber security education; there is an increased demand for skilled workers in this field and competitive pay follows such high demand. This has led to a surge of interested individuals wanting to learn and build a career in the cybersecurity field, to the point that schools can hardly accommodate them. However, the vast majority of online courses and free learning resources have provided the option of self-teaching cybersecurity. This option has become a popular idea that has produced enough self-thought cybersecurity experts to back it up, but they will all agree that self-teaching cybersecurity can be... Read more →

Gloucester Township Residents Beware of Car Break-Ins

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ (August 22, 2022)--(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester Township Police Patrols have taken several theft reports this weekend for UNLOCKED vehicles being entered and items being stolen. It's time to LOCK UP, it's almost time for the 9PM Routine! Get into the #9PMRoutine EVERY NIGHT by ensuring that your KEYS or KEY FOB'S are removed, your valuables are removed or well hidden in your vehicle, and your vehicle is LOCKED . By participating in the 9 PM Routine, residents can help reduce the opportunity for vehicle burglaries and thefts. Gloucester Township residents observing suspicious and/ or criminal acts in progress should immediately call Gloucester Township Police at 856-228-4500. If you have Emergency CALL 911. Address/Location Gloucester Township Police Department 1261 Chews Landing Rd Clementon, NJ 08021 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-228-4500 Read more →

Why Soccer Has Gained Popularity Globally

Soccer has grown into one of the most popular sports in the world. No other sport has a more global outreach than soccer. Today, it is played in more than 200 countries, and its popularity continues to soar. Here's what contributed to the sport's popularity. Cheaper to Play Soccer requires less equipment. All you need is a football, and you can turn any ground into your field. It also allows for more time spent with friends and family members. The sport has a similar pull to football, which is why fans love it. It's similar to playing a round of online slots. It brings everyone together, no matter where they are. Young Fans The sports ability to engage and entertain people of all ages is what makes it such a mainstream entertainment option, even in countries where other sports are more popular. With the internet, social media, and mobile technology,... Read more →

Safe Trade Zone for Philadelphia Residents

PHILADELPHIA PA (CNBNewsnet)--Attention Philadelphia residents. Are you engaging in a transaction for an item purchased or sold on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace or other online sites? You can use the lobby of the 35th Police Dist. to complete the transaction. The lobby is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Read more →

5 Million Illegal Immigrants Entered the United States Since Biden Took Office...and THEY KEEP COMING

photo courtesy of the United States Embassy in Uruguay The United States closely follows the migrant caravan, in which thousands of migrants from Honduras and other countries continue to make a dangerous journey through Guatemala and into Mexico. Many migrants are attempting to transit these countries and, in the process, are violating their sovereignty, laws, and procedures. As President Trump has stated, consistent with U.S. law, the United States will not allow illegal immigrants to enter or remain in the United States. - United States Embassy in Uruguay (October 2018) They total more than the individual populations of 25 states and more than 100 countries and territories. By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor Aug 17, 2022 (The Center Square) – Since President Joe Biden took office and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas altered federal immigration policies, roughly 5 million people from over 150 countries have entered... Read more →


Upcoming Nicholson Road Shutdown will also Shutdown Gloucester City's Economy

SHOWN ABOVE, Nicholson Road, heading east into Gloucester City, NJ. Due to construction work on the freeway Nicholson Road, a significant thorofare for traffic in and out of Gloucester City will be closed soon. One of the other major roads for traffic is nearby Klemm Avenue which is also closed for several years due to the same freeway work. The sign reads ON OR ABOUT AUGUST 22, 2022. THIS ROAD IS TO BE CLOSED FOR REPAIR. PLAN ALTERNATE ROUTE. (CNBNews photo credit) Gloucester City has only six entrance roads. For several years Klemm Avenue has been shut down for the same freeway repairs. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Nicholson Road is a vital artery. The upcoming work on that significant thruway could have waited until the work completion of Klemm Avenue. Related: Klemm Avenue I-76 Overpass Work To Begin; Repairs Will Close A Major Gloucester City Highway We do not know... Read more →

Double Shooting in 25th District of Philly, One Victim Dead

PHILADELPHIA PA (AUGUST 21, 2022)(CNBNEWSNET)--The Philadelphia Police reported today at 6 PM that there was a double shooting in the 25th District. The homicide occurred at 34XX North Broad Street at 3:48PM. One 40 year old black male was shot multiple times throughout the body. He drove himself to Temple University Hospital where he was placed in stable condition. he second victim, a 26 year old female was shot three times in the face. She was driven to Temple University Hospital by the first victim, the 40 year old man. She was pronounced dead upon arrival. Police spokesperson, Officer Tanya Little, said there has been no arrest, no weapon recovered and the motive hasn't been determined. Read more →

Actor Gary Busey Charged by Cherry Hill Police Department

CHERRY HILL, NJ AUGUST 21, 2022 (CNBNewsnet)--The Cherry Hill Police Department charged movie actor Gary Busey (image), 78, of Malibu, California, on two charges of sexual contact and a disorderly persons offense. Busey was in attendance at the Monster Mania Convention, held at the Doubletree Hotel in Cherry Hill, when the alleged crimes supposedly happened. The dates of the weekend convention was August 12 through August 14. According to Fox29philly three women so far reported 78 year old actor Gary Busey touched them inappropriately during an autograph signing meet & greet. Read more →



...PROCEEDS BENEFIT UNIVERSAL FAMILY OF SCHOOLS Bensalem, PA - Parx Casino®, Pennsylvania’s #1 casino, presents The Jacksons live in concert at the Xcite Center on Saturday, September 10, 2022. For one night only, Jackie, Tito and Marlon of the illustrious Jackson Five will bring their biggest hits to the Bucks County showroom. This special engagement is the only chance to see The Jacksons perform live this fall in the Northeastern United States. This special performance will support and benefit the Universal Family of Schools to help the organization provide a rich and high-quality education for scholars to prepare them for college, technical school and entrepreneurships that will lead them to a sustainable career. The Xcite Center at Parx Casino is located at 2999 Street Rd, Bensalem, PA 19020. Tickets for this show are on sale now for $55 to $95. For tickets and more information, visit the Parx Casino website... Read more →

*NJ Fire Fighter Jobs Open (all jurisdictions)

Symbol: M9999D Title: FIRE FIGHTER Issue Date: 07/01/2022 Closing Date: 08/31/2022 Jurisdiction: ALL LOCAL JURISDICTIONS Salary: * Num. of Positions: Vacancies Anticipated Workweek: 40 Hours per week Application Fee: $35.00 IMPORTANT INFORMATION: NOTE: Before proceeding, you MUST click here and read the "FIRE FIGHTER FACT SHEET". Applicants must be citizens of the United States as of August 31, 2022. Applicants must meet residency preferences specified on the Fire Fighter Fact Sheet as of August 31, 2022. Applicants must be high school or vocational high school graduates, or possess an approved high school equivalent certificate by August 31, 2022. Applicants must be at least 18 years old but not over 35 years old (one is over 35 years old on the day after his/her 35th birthday). An exception to the 35 year age limit is that volunteer Fire Fighters must not be over 40 years old as of their appointment date... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Seeking Bus Drivers for Athletic Events

via GIPHY School Bus Drivers Needed! Part-Time for athletics (No morning runs) $20 per-hour Paid training, Flexible schedule Most runs fall between 2pm-6pm (Mon-Fri) If interested contact Ian Chrzanowski At if interested. source Read more →

*Audubon High School Mattress Sale This Saturday

(CNBNewsnet)(August 16, 2022)--CALLING ALL HEROES!!! Get 10% off your mattress, pillow, mattress protector while you support the Audubon High School Marching Band. This offer is for teachers, veterans, healthcare workers, first responders. Please share with all your family and friends. Read more →