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September 2022

Philadelphia Police Department Hiring, Starting Salary $59,795

PHILADELPHIA PA (September 4, 2022)--The Philadelphia Police Department is accepting applications from September 5th until September 30th, 2022. Start at $59,795. Residency requirements is waived for all applicants. advertising space donated by CNBNewsnet Read more →

Gustafson For Congress Campaign Seeks Volunteers To Distribute Literature, Etc.,

The Claire Gustafson campaign seeks volunteers to help distribute literature on Saturday, September 24. Gustafson, the Republican Congressional 1st District candidate, is running against Democrat incumbent Donald Norcross. The following statement was released today to the media. We need volunteers to help distribute literature for Camden County Republican Candidate Claire Gustafson. We are asking our supporters to meet in Haddon Heights on Saturday, September 24 at 10 AM at the CVS Parking lot (400 KINGS HIGHWAY) There are less than 49 days left until the Midterm Elections and we need your help!!!! Google map Or Please Fill out and return... Read more →

GOOD NEWS! Sharing Her Gifts!

Black Entrepreneur & Real Estate Investor Launches AI-Rooted, Hi-Tech Path to Financial Independence Offers a Year of Free Mentorship to 10 Single Moms Ready to Build Generational Wealth Applicants Simply Post an Instagram Video with their Kids to Enter Nicole Purvy, entrepreneur and founder of Philly Real Estate Week, Inc. (PREW) and the Better Than Success (BTS) Real Estate League, is launching an innovative AI-rooted, a hi-tech program for aspiring real estate investors. She’s gifting this new program and mentorship opportunities to 10 single moms in the Philadelphia area to help them build their own businesses and a path to... Read more →

Coast Guard Reports Fishing vessel Aleutian Isle recovered, defueled and on salvage barge

SEATTLE, September 22, 2022 — Response crews successfully placed the fishing vessel, Aleutian Isle, onto a salvage barge near Mitchell Bay on San Juan Island on Sept. 21. The vessel no longer poses a significant threat to the environment and will soon transit to a mainland facility for further investigation into the cause of the sinking. “We are so pleased to see the vessel safely out of the water,” said U.S. Coast Guard Cmdr. Kira Moody, federal on-scene coordinator representative. “The unique environment of the San Juan Islands and location of the vessel made this a complicated and technical response. Through... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE: Capriccio Wins USA Today 10 BEST #1 U.S. Casino Restaurant

Award-Winning Restaurant takes top place four of the last five years ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (September 19, 2022) – Resorts Casino Hotel is thrilled to announce that Capriccio has been voted for the third consecutive year as Best U.S. Casino Restaurant by USA TODAY’s Capriccio earned the #1 spot among all casino restaurants in the county and takes first place for 2022! “We are honored to announce Capriccio has taken home #1 U.S. Casino Restaurant again. The team’s dedication and hard work reflect us receiving this award four of the last five years,” said Mark Giannantonio, President & CEO of... Read more →

Gloucester City Residents Have A Right To Know

CNBNews graphic file UPDATE: GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 22, 2022)--We submitted another OPRA pertaining to the alleged theft of property by a Public Works employee in June. Besides that crime, we recently heard that the same individual allegedly purchased tires for a family member's pickup truck using a City credit card. In response to our request, Acting Gloucester City Administrator/Police Chief Brian Morrell said, once again, "The matter is under investigation." +++++ William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet Trying to find out what is happening in Gloucester City at times is like pulling teeth. Take for example this story about... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY : An Embarrassed Continent

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Anyone who peruses Facebook, and probably other social media sites, has seen time and again that kids today are so disrespectful. If you have gray hair, you will probably agree - that is, until this week. All three major North American countries managed to embarrass their countries, their citizens, and sadly, themselves. Let's start in the south. The Mexican president did not attend but sent his Secretary of Foreign Affairs. That's okay, the president has a lot on his hands these days, directing 200,000 illegal immigrants into the United States in August alone. However, the Secretary... Read more →

Saifuddin Hasan, 21, of Philadelphia, indicted for 3 Robberies in the Same Night Along Route 1 Corridor

PHILADELPHIA –United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Saifuddin Hasan, 21, of Philadelphia, PA, was charged by Indictment with three counts of Hobbs Act Robbery in connection with three armed robberies which all occurred on the same night in December 2021, in Montgomery County and Philadelphia. The Indictment alleges that on the night of December 5, 2021, the defendant entered a 7-Eleven convenience store on City Avenue in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, and brandished a firearm as he committed his first robbery. Then, according to the Indictment, Hasan drove east bound to a Lukoil gas station on City Avenue and committed... Read more →

The State Where Halfway Houses Are a Revolving Door to Prison

“Another Place to Warehouse People” by Moe Clark, photography by Eli Imadali ProPublica A halfway house run by Intervention Community Corrections Services, under the umbrella organization Intervention Inc., in Lakewood, Colorado. Residents at ICCS facilities are prohibited from possessing candles, gift cards, debit cards or cash, according to a client manual. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. As Andrew Montano’s parole date neared, he had two options: spend another year in prison or finish his sentence at a state-funded halfway house. Fellow inmates... Read more →

*New Jersey Residents! Don't Forget to File your 2019 ANCHOR Benefit Application this Fall

CNBNews graphic file TRENTON, NJ (August 20, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--You will receive an email from the Division of Taxation by September 30, 2022, with a link so you can file your ANCHOR Benefit application online. The ANCHOR program replaces the Homestead Benefit program. If you owned and occupied a principal residence or rented a rental unit in New Jersey on October 1, 2019, you may be eligible for a benefit payment. The deadline for filing your application is December 30, 2022. If you do not receive the email by the second week of October 2022, contact our Customer Service Center at 1... Read more →

Patrone Scores Hat Tick to Lead Profs to Win at Arcadia

GLENSIDE, PA – Julia Patrone scored a hat trick and four other Profs got into the scoring column as #2 Rowan rolled to a 7-1 win at Arcadia in field hockey action this afternoon. The Profs are now 7-0 on the season. The Profs also got goals from Rachel Stone, Sidney Pavlishin, Kristiina Castagnola and Cienna Bosher. For Patrone, it was her second three-goal game of the year, and the fifth of her career. The sophomore started the scoring the first quarter at 14:32 after picking up a loose ball in the circle, after Rowan had taken one of their... Read more →

The Victor Carstarphen Legends Hall of Fame Exhibit 

Camden County Historical Society, Saturday, September 24, 2022, at 3:00 P.M. CAMDEN CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--The Camden County Historical Society is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of a new exhibit, entitled the Victor Carstarphen Sr., Legends Hall of fame. This exhibit will include Camden Legendary Singer Carla Benson, who sang background for Patti LaBelle and hundreds of other Artists; she will have Gold and Platinum records on display. Donnie Sellers, who served as an A&R person for A&M Records, will have Janet Jackson’s Platinum record “Control” on display, commemorating his work for ensuring 2 million in record Sales. Victor Carstarphen,... Read more →

Gloucester High Class of 1972 Celebrate 50th Reunion

UPDATED WITH NEW PHOTOS photos provided by Gary Devine GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 21, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Saturday, September 17, the Gloucester City High School Class of 1972 held their 50th Reunion at the Elizabeth Ballroom, Highland Boulevard. Five years ago, the 45th Class Reunion was paid for by classmate Gregg Teears of Gloucester City. Amazingly, the 50th reunion was also paid for by two other classmates. Jim McGlade of Washington D.C. paid for the bulk of the bill, and one other donor wanted to remain anonymous. The committee paid for the decorations, favors, door prizes, and extra desserts. Gary Devine donated two... Read more →

Centurions MC Annual Burgers and Beers American Cookout

BLACKWOOD, NJ (CNBNewsnet)--Saturday, September 8, from 2 pm to 6 pm at the Blackwood VFW, 405 Washington Avenue, Blackwood. Donation $25 per person / $40 per couple. No one under 18 years old is permitted to attend. Must be 21 years old to consume alcoholic beverages Plus, burgers, hot dogs, salads, cocktails, beer, wine, and soda are included. Raffle Drawing & 50/50 will be held for an additional charge. +++++ For More Information - Centurions Motorcycle Club, SJ Chapter - George @ (856) 297-8499 Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund - Dawn @ (856) 768-9656 The Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund... Read more →

After Spending Billions of Dollars on Wind Power in Michigan, Experts Question, Environmental Value

By Bruce Walker | The Center Square Sep 14, 2022 Heavy transport, wind turbine transportation (Shutterstock) (The Center Square) – Wind farms continue to pop up like mushrooms across Michigan’s landscape, and with them, plenty of backlash from energy, economic and environmental public policy experts. Michigan ranks 15th for total wind generation nationwide, according to a 2021 study released by, which was updated last May. The study reports wind provides 8% of the total electricity consumed by the nation’s homes, government entities, and businesses, while contributing 7% to Michigan’s electricity grid. While proponents tout the environmental benefits of wind... Read more →

AccuWeather Alert: Fall Is Near, Cool Air Ahead

Coolest air since May coming to the Northeast as fall begins "The first snowflakes of the season may be seen across northern New England and northeastern New York state, especially in the mountains where some of the ridges and peaks could see a light accumulation from late Thursday to Friday," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Adam Douty said. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – September 20, 2022 - AccuWeather meteorologists say that the strongest wave of cool air since May will arrive across the Northeast just in time for the official start of fall, which begins at 9:03 p.m. EDT Thursday with the... Read more →


Gloucester City Council Candidate Jason Fanning Seeks Your Vote; "WE WILL WORK FOR YOU!"

Hello Gloucester City! I want to let you all get more familiar with me. Talking about one’s self is not always easy, but I feel it is important you are fully informed about your choices this election. I will try to keep this brief. While I consider being a Dad and little league coach my biggest responsibilities, I have professional successes that will be immensely useful to Gloucester City. My office walls are covered in framed achievements from throughout my life starting in high school. A high school who has a history of graduating doctors, astronauts, and a literal rocket... Read more →

Condo Association Endorses Jason Fanning for Gcity Council

Monmouth Condo Association Margate City, New Jersey Elected President to govern our association in 2018, Jason Fanning took on what could be described in one word “shambles”, and along with the Vice-President not only brought the association into compliance with regulations, he also oversaw improvements to the building that was beginning to become a bit of an eyesore. He simultaneously lowered annual costs by examining the budget and surgically removing portions that were wasteful or antiquated. As far as his quality of character, he is not only a pleasant and sociable neighbor, watching him engage with his son is nothing... Read more →

CNB CHUCKLES: Looking for a Good Laugh? Check This Out (film)

The Dentist from The Carol Burnett Show starring Tim Conway and Harvey Kormann is one of the funniest sketches ever seen on television Harvey Korman has a toothache and needs a good dentist to end his pain and suffering but gets Tim Conway instead. Tim got Harvey laughing so much that Harvey actually wet his pants while filming this skit. If you liked this you might also like to watch Tim Conway Elephant Story, another funny clip from the Carol Burnett Show. Get The Video Of The Day. source Big Geek Daddy Read more →

10 Popular And Most Played Sports Around The Globe Today

Sports significantly impact our culture, from when we are young and take sports very seriously to when we are older and view it as a hobby, a fitness routine, and even a possible career. Sports are now followed with great enthusiasm in every corner of the globe. Due to its popularity, sports are even brought out on online casinos like CasinoTopLists as one of the games people can bet on. The fans of a particular sport or team tend to idolize that player or squad, viewing them as role models. Favorite sports vary by region, as do the people who... Read more →

Wine in the Wilderness by Alice Childress, performed at Poth Brewery

PART OF THE PHILADELPHIA FRINGE FEST Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Artists’ Collective (PAC) launches their 12th season with a production of Wine in the Wilderness by Alice Childress, performed at Poth Brewery (3145 W. Jefferson St, Philadelphia). Presented in collaboration with TheBlackBestFriend as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, the show will run for a limited engagement from September 22 through October 9, 2022. Wine in the Wilderness examines race, gender, and class against the backdrop of the 1964 race riots in Harlem. The plot unfolds in the apartment of a painter creating a triptych to illustrate the phases of... Read more →

Sunday Kitchen, age 63, of Swedesboro

Swedesboro- Formerly of Jersey City. Passed away on September 13, 2022, age 63. Sunday will be dearly missed by the Bancroft staff and her resident friends. She is the sister of Arthur and Richard Kitchen and the aunt of Tohfa Kitchen. Sunday’s Graveside service will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 21st at 11 am in Land of Canaan Cemetery, 9th and Fairview Rd., Glassboro, NJ Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Sunday Kitchen. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

Martin T. Burns, (Marty) of Gloucester City, age 76, Member of Carpenters Union Local 393, Army Veteran, GCHS Alum

On September 17, 2022. Age 76. Of Gloucester City. Loving husband of the late Maureen R. Burns (nee Holmes). Loving father of Martin J. Burns (Leah) and Julia Mortimore (Leonard) and step- father of Michele Scott (Shawn) and Vince Antico. Cherished grandfather of Martin James, William Joseph, Sebastian, Sophia, Emily, Shane, and Kaylee. Predeceased by his siblings, John Burns, Thomas Burns, Michael Burns, Ellen Szczepanski, Jean Schmitt and Kathleen Burns. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Marty was a graduate of Gloucester Catholic High School, where he played on the basketball team. He went on to proudly serve our... Read more →

CNB Traffic Alert: Al-Jo Curve Continues to be Closed Overnight

I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed and detoured overnight this week in Bellmawr, Camden County I-76 eastbound right lane also closed overnight this week (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, and the right lane on I-76 eastbound, are scheduled to be closed overnight this week as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. The I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound will be closed beginning at 10 p.m. tonight, Monday, September 19, until 5... Read more →

How Does Delivery Software for Restaurants Work?

The global pandemic led to a rise in demand for food delivery services. However, customers quickly came to see how expensive it is to get food through a third-party provider. They were dismayed to see their bill almost double at times because of the fees charged by these providers. Consumers weren't alone. Restaurant owners were paying exorbitant commissions to these delivery platforms. This cut into profits because passing these fees on to customers could lead to a loss of business. Why are third-party platforms able to charge so much? How can software for your restaurant address these issues? Market Consolidation... Read more →

New Jersey Politics: 14 Emerge New Jersey Women on the Ballot in November

Trenton, New Jersey—Emerge New Jersey, the state’s premier organization that recruits and trains Democratic women to run for office, announced it has 14 women on the ballot this November in races from school board to county commissioner and more. This follows a successful primary season for the organization which celebrated a historic 100% win rate in June. The Emerge alums who go on to win their races in November will serve their communities in office, providing new experiences, voices and representation to their constituents. Emerge alums on the ballot share unique backgrounds and identities that will bring much needed perspectives... Read more →

Fishtown Fall Festivale, Sept. 24 on Frankford Avenue; 125 + Restaurants, Bars, Merchants and Vendors

* Fishtown's largest street festival moves to fall with food, drink, family fun, DJs, celebrity dunk tank and more * Philadelphia, PA - Fishtown District announces Fishtown Fall Feastivale on Saturday, September 24, 2022, from 12:00pm to 8:00pm, along Frankford Avenue, from Girard to Oxford. Philadelphia's red hot dining district will build upon the success of the former Fishtown FeastivALE with a new focus on all things delicious. The event will showcase top food and drink from over 20 Fishtown favorite restaurants and bars, plus 100+ retail stores and other vendors. This year's festivities include an expanded kids' corner, carnival... Read more →

GCHS Annual Kathy Campbell Scholarship Golf Outing, Oct. 1 at Pitman Golf Club

Please save the date for the 2022 Kathy Campbell Scholarship Golf Outing on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at Pitman Golf Club. All proceeds benefit Gloucester Catholic students. For information on registrations and sponsorships, contact Kathy Dougherty at [email protected] Gloucester Catholic | 333 Ridgeway Street, Gloucester City, NJ 08030 Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Waterfowl and Trout Stamp Art Winners Chosen

Two accomplished artists have again won top honors in Delaware’s Waterfowl Stamp and Trout Stamp art contests, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Best in Show in the DNREC-sponsored contests went to a painting of a wood duck in a bottomland swamp by Richard Clifton of Milford, Del., which will grace the 2023/24 Delaware Waterfowl Stamp, and to a painting of a brown trout by Jeffrey Klinefelter of Etna Green, Ind., to be featured on the 2023 Delaware Trout Stamp. The annual stamp art competition drew 13 entries for the 2023/24 Delaware Waterfowl Stamp and 12... Read more →

*Just Weeks Remaining: Rams Class of '63 Reunion

GCHS Class of '63 at their 50th Reunion. (CNBNews file photo) WEST DEPTFORD, NJ--Members of the Gloucester Catholic High School Class of 1963 are gathering at the beautiful Riverwinds Restaurant for their 60th Reunion Luncheon, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 located on the Delaware River in West Deptford, NJ. The social gathering will be held from noon to 4 PM. All class members at any time, including those who may have graduated elsewhere, and their guests are welcome. Cost per Person: $50 Includes an entree choice, made at the luncheon itself, of: - Salmon w/Dijon Cream Sauce (sauce may be omitted)... Read more →

Alleged Philadelphia Drug Dealer Arrested, Stockpile of Drugs, Guns, and Stolen Cars Recovered

PHILADELPHIA, PA (September 18, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--A Middletown Township man was charged on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022, after an investigation led authorities to a search of his Durham Road home and storage units in Philadelphia where they located a stockpile of guns, drugs, and stolen vehicles. Law enforcement officers recovered 10 handguns, including two illegally modified to be fully automatic, a bullet proof vest, ammunition, five stolen cars and crystal methamphetamine and other drugs and paraphernalia during the search that resulted in the arrest of 37-year-old Joseph “Joey” Scott. Scott was charged with eight counts each of possession with intent to deliver... Read more →

Lower Township Police Dept. Releases Weekly Crime Report; Officers Average 166 Calls Per Day

The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 1157 calls, averaging a total of 166 calls per day. Police also made a total of 8 arrests during this period. Below is a breakdown of incidents by date: 8-29-22 Non-Criminal Incidents - 1 Fire Related Calls - 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents - 0 Traffic Enforcement - 26 Public Services – 119 Domestic Violence Incidents - 0 Criminal Mischief – Briarwood Dr., Erma Criminal Mischief – Wildwood Ave., Villas 8-30-22 Non-Criminal Incidents - 5 Fire Related Calls - 0 Motor Vehicle Accidents - 3 Traffic Enforcement - 20... Read more →

CNBNews Politics:

DELVECCHIO & LAZZARO, "Save The Barrington Fire Company" 

BARRINGTON, NJ (September 18, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Bob DelVecchio & Mark Lazzaro, Republican candidates for Barrington Borough Council, are outraged after the mayor and certain council members moved to disband the local fire company. “As a 40-year member of the Barrington Fire Company and past President, I've answered many fire calls,” DelVecchio said. “I have been proud to serve our community alongside the great men and women who continue to answer those calls.” "Today, former Public Safety Director Bob DelVecchio and I are answering this call to save the Barrington Fire Company," Lazzaro added. The mayor and two council members held a closed-door... Read more →

NOTICE: Gloucester City's Special Council Meeting for Sept. 19 Postponed

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 16, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Municipal Clerk Vanessa CNBNews graphic file Little has announced that the Monday, September 19, 2022, Special Council meeting has been postponed to October 17, 2022. The meeting was called to discuss Southport Development. No action was to take place. RELATED: Apartment Builder Meeting with Planning Bd.; Southport Developer Meeting With GCity Mayor and Council Read more →

September Hurricane Preparedness Month in NJ

NJOEM AND NJDEP MARK HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS MONTH BY URGING THE PUBLIC TO PLAN FOR INCREASING STORM THREATS CAUSED BY CLIMATE CHANGE TRENTON – As the state marks Hurricane Preparedness month and the peak of hurricane season, New Jersey State Police Superintendent and State Director of Emergency Management Patrick J. Callahan and New Jersey Commissioner of Environmental Protection Shawn M. LaTourette today reminded the public about the vital importance of being prepared as the risks from these powerful storms increase as a result of climate change. “As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy and peak hurricane season begins, it... Read more →

Winter is Coming!Steps to Breathe Easier in Your Home

NAPSI)—When it looks like winter is coming, there are certain steps you can take to breathe easier at home. In addition to clearing clogged gutters, closing storm windows and prepping the weather stripping on your windows and doors, it’s important to get the furnace, filter and air ducts checked and cleaned if necessary. Hints on How A complete home winterizing should include replacing the filter on your furnace and cleaning the ductwork to remove built-up dirt, dust, and debris. That will improve indoor air quality and keep your heating and ventilation (HVAC) system running smoothly. A Word on Why There... Read more →

THE STORY BEHING THE STORY: Are Oil Prices Going Down?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist Every day when I'm driving passed Wawa or Royal Farms I wonder if I should buy gas now or will it be cheaper tomorrow? Now, $3.50/gal looks good compared the $5.00/gal we paid only a couple of months ago. I think everyone knows that the price will be back to $5.00/gal on November 9, 2022 - the day after the election. CNBNews graphic files First, President Biden blamed the oil shortage on Russia. Has Russia given us any more oil? Of course not. Then the President blamed the greedy oil companies. Have the oil companies... Read more →

Anna Marie Troutman, age 67, Haddon Hts HS Alum, Teacher at West Deptford Middle School & Garfield East

Anna Marie Troutman, nee Fischer, left us September 14, 2022, age 67, after a long illness. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, Lee, her daughter, Aubrey (Eric) Olson, son, Will (Casey) and daughter, Shannon (Ernest); and grandchildren, Graeme, Rhys, Liam and Maddie and her constant companion for the past 13 years, her dog, Maggie. She is also survived by her sisters, Susan (Robert) Clifford, Linda Fischer, sister-in-law, Donna Fischer, beloved Aunt Nancy and many relatives who will miss her dearly. Anna Marie grew up in Philadelphia, PA and Barrington, NJ. She attended Haddon Heights High School, where... Read more →


AT LANDMARK HINCHLIFFE STADIUM IN PATERSON, NJ CNBNews graphic file Paterson, NJ – September 14, 2022 – The New Jersey Jackals, a member team of the Frontier League, a Professional Baseball League of 16 teams and Partner League of Major League Baseball (MLB), today announced the team is relocating from Yogi Berra Stadium in Montclair, NJ to its new, larger home at landmark Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, NJ. The Jackals will kick off a 96-game season in May of 2023 at Hinchliffe, a 7,000-seat stadium that sits on a dramatic escarpment above Paterson's National Historic Great Falls and is surrounded... Read more →

NRA-ILA Alert: New Credit Card ISO Would Create Gun Registry

NRA-ILA source On September 9, the International Organization for Standardization (“ISO“) announced that it would create a new Merchant Category Code (“MCC”) specific to firearm and ammunition retailers. MCCs are the codes that payment processing networks (like Visa, MasterCard, and American Express) use to categorize various transactions. This is the system that allows various credit cards to offer different benefits for certain categories of purchases or to charge different fees for those same categories. In June, Amalgamated Bank petitioned the ISO to create a new firearm-specific MCC. This was the second such petition after the ISO denied an identical petition... Read more →

Final preparations underway for lifting fishing vessel Aleutian Isle 

SEATTLE -- Response crews working to salvage the fishing vessel Aleutian Isle successfully rigged all required cables to lift the vessel out of the water and place on a barge near Sunset Point on San Juan Island Friday.   The 58-foot fishing vessel spent over a month under 200 feet of water in Haro Strait, after it sank on Aug. 13 off the west side of San Juan Island, Washington. The exact date and time of the imminent lift depends on tide, current, and onscene weather conditions. In preparation, the Unified Command is executing a pollution mitigation strategy to minimize fuel leaks. Dive... Read more →

Robert "Bob" Sullivan, age 83, Retired Truck Driver, Member of Spanky's Gang Hunters Club, Loved to Play the Ponies

Cherry Hill – formerly of Lumberton and Moorestown, NJ. passed on September 14, 2022. Age 83. Born in Camden, NJ he was the son of the late Arthur R. and Martha (Johnson) Sullivan. Bob spent the second half of his youth in Hainesport graduating from Rancocas Valley Regional High School. Soon after he honored his country by serving in the U.S. Airforce. Although he did decide to leave the service in his own unique way. He later worked for Nash Cohen, Jaynes Motor Freight and SP Richards where he retired in 2003 with over forty years of service as a... Read more →

Tone Deaf Democrats From Eric Garcetti to Rep. Pramila Jayapal: Do They Even Know How To Be Normal?

By Marc Ang Guest Columnist While I have celebrated the success of “Squid Game” in my journalism as an example of commercial and artistic exceptional excellence, I wasn’t prepared for the liberal Democrats’ next move. For years, I had complained about Asians being shut out of entertainment in America but in 2018, the floodgates opened seemingly as major players who were actively excluding Asians, like Harvey Weinstein, were brought down by the #MeToo movement. CNBNews graphic file In typical shallow virtue signaling action, Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles recently declared September 17th as official “Squid Game Day”. Exactly why?... Read more →

Audubon upsets Unbeaten Gloucester

Winless Audubon upset the unbeaten Lions Saturday 29 - 23 at Narducci Field. The Loss was the first regular season loss for Gloucester in 2 years. The Green Wave trailed by as much as 20 in the game, but with under a minute remaining and down 23 - 21, Audubon QB Scott Lynch took his team 70 yards for the game winning 14 yard touchdown pass to Amauri Pimentel. Pictured Audubon Scott Lynch Qb Lynch completed 20 passes for 330 yards and 4 TD's with 3 going to wide receiver Pimentel. The Green Wave was turned back twice early in... Read more →


Look for the most elaborate Nightmare Before Tinsel ever with an all-new theme, design, and custom art by Artist and Interior Designer Scott Johnston * Philadelphia, PA - Ghosts and ghouls, witching hour approaches. Teddy Sourias and Craft Concepts Group - the creators of Philadelphia's Christmas Pop-up Bar - announce the grand opening of Nightmare Before Tinsel for the 2022 Spooky Season. Philadelphia's Halloween Pop-up Bar will creak open its doors earlier. Starting this Thursday, September 15, 2022, at 4:00 pm, enter a mysterious new world created inside a 100+ former jewelry store space at 116 S. 12th Street in... Read more →


ON BROAD STREET LINE FOR EAGLES SEASON PHILADELPHIA (September 15, 2022) – betPARX Casino & Sportsbook, one of the leading mobile Casino and Sportsbook apps, is ensuring Eagles fans get home safely this football season by partnering with SEPTA to provide free rides home from NRG Station on the Broad Street Line after every Eagles home game this season, including the home opener on Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings. “We are excited for football season and are thrilled at the opportunity to partner with SEPTA to offer complimentary rides home throughout the entire football season” said Matthew Cullen, Senior... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 19, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--While working on an educational project I found statistics on the city households which led me to look into crime statistics. It is supposedly a fact that students from traditional households (married mother and father) make out better in school and commit fewer crimes. I decided to see if that holds true. In a prior article I compared Gloucester City with Woodbury. This time I threw in Brooklawn just for flavor. CNBNews graphic file Students in Gloucester City: 55% come from traditional families; 17% of the parents co-habit; 26% of our... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Joe Biden Is Coming For Your Guns

President Biden Continues Railing Against the Second Amendment SUPPORT NRA-ILA On August 30, President Biden emerged from about three weeks of vacation to start what appears to be a full transition from leading the country (if you could call it that) to a dedicated campaign mode. The sparsely attended appearance in Wilkes-Barre, PA was touted as a promotion for Biden’s “Safer America Plan,” but was really just another opportunity for the president to rail against NRA, Republicans, law-abiding gun owners, semi-automatic firearms, and the Second Amendment. Biden’s meandering, at times confusing delivery was what you would expect. He told a... Read more →