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February 2023

Camden County Health Department issues “Code Blue”

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – Commissioner Virginia Betteridge, liaison to the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services, advises municipalities that the region will be under a Code Blue Advisory Tuesday evening into the morning of Wednesday, March 1. The Health Officer has issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., beginning Feb. 28 to the morning of March 1. Temperatures during the code blue will drop as low as 29 degrees. Please note that the new after-hours code blue emergency hotline is 2-1-1. “Temperatures are set to drop over the next 24... Read more →



image courtesy of Instagram Actor Bruce Willis, spent grew up in Pennsville, NJ. According to Willis, 65, was born in Germany and grew up in Carneys Point in Salem County. The alum of Penns Grove High School later worked at the Salem Nuclear Power Plant in Lower Alloways Creek and the DuPont Chambers Works factory in Deepwater, Pennsville. The future action hero studied drama at Montclair State University before moving to New York. His family released the following statement about him dealing with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) -30- To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family, we wanted to share that... Read more →

College of Charleston Announces President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2022

CHARLESTON, SC (02/22/2023)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 2,280 students who were named to the President's List and the Dean's List for Fall 2022 . Rita-Faith Slimmer of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Slimmer is majoring in Undecided . Kiley Pettit of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Pettit is majoring in Communication . Maura Dougherty of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Dougherty is majoring in Business Administration . Alexandria Clark of Voorhees (08043) was named to the President's List. Clark is majoring in Computer Science . Emily... Read more →

BIDEN'S OPEN BORDERS DISASTER: Nigerian national extradited from UK to face fraud charges

An indictment unsealed charging 6 Nigerian nationals with operating international fraud scheme that defrauded elderly US consumers TUCSON, Ariz. — An indictment was unsealed Feb. 21 charging six Nigerian nationals — three residing in the United Kingdom and three residing in Spain — with operating a large transnational fraud scheme. One of the charged defendants made his initial appearance Feb. 23 after being extradited from the United Kingdom. “The successful extradition of the defendant is the result of a dynamic and coordinated investigative effort by HSI, and our law enforcement and judicial partners,” said Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Arizona Special... Read more →

Gloucester City St. Patricks Day Parade Parking Restriction

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 28, 2023)--The Gloucester City Police Department released the following parking restrictions for this year's St. Patrick's Day Parade on Sunday, March 5. The parade will proceed west on Monmouth Street to King Street, then south on King Street to Cumberland Street. Listed below are the following road closures/no parking restrictions starting at 10 AM until the Highway Department is finished sweeping the route following the parade. Read more →

The GCHS Philanthropy Campaign 2023 Ready to Launch

The GCHS Philanthropy Campaign 2023 is ready to launch starting on March 6 -- and several Ram alumni are starting to make a key impact in helping students receive a GC education! We are pleased to announce that Mr. John Smithson '64 (see photo below) is among several GC alumni who have already supported the Philanthropy Campaign 2023 with a Leadership Gift of $5,000 or more. Thank you to Mr. Smithson for donating a Ram Level gift and for his continuing support of Gloucester Catholic! We invite you to make a Leadership Gift at one of the following club levels:... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students: College of Charleston

College of Charleston Announces President's List and Dean's List for Fall 2022 CHARLESTON, SC (02/22/2023)-- College of Charleston congratulates more than 2,280 students who were named to the President's List and the Dean's List for Fall 2022 . Rita-Faith Slimmer of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Slimmer is majoring in Undecided . Kiley Pettit of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Pettit is majoring in Communication . Maura Dougherty of Ocean City (08226) was named to the President's List. Dougherty is majoring in Business Administration . Alexandria Clark of Voorhees (08043) was named... Read more →

R. Kelly Receives 20 Years Following HSI Chicago Investigation

Disgraced Grammy-winning artist charged with multiple counts of producing child pornography and enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity CHICAGO — Recording artist Robert Sylvester Kelly, also known as R. Kelly, was sentenced by United States District Judge Harry D. Leinenweber to 20 years in federal prison, 19 of them concurrent with the 30-year sentence previously imposed in the Eastern District of New York Feb. 23. On Sept. 14, after a four-week trial, a federal jury in Chicago convicted Kelly of three counts of producing child pornography and three counts of enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity.... Read more →

Resorts Casino Hotel Features Live Comedy Every Weekend

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (February 28, 2023) – Resorts Casino Hotel now features live comedy every weekend Best Betting app in India with some of the top stand-up acts on the East Coast. Inside the Screening Room Theater, located on the Tower Conference Level of Resorts Casino Hotel, comedy reigns supreme every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Tickets are available through ResortsAC.comT AC Jokes Featured Comedians: Gary G. Garcia | Guests taking in an AC Jokes performance are sure to see one of their top performers in Gary G Garcia. Garcia started out in comedy in NYC and brings his signature raspy... Read more →

Things to Consider when Choosing the Trusted Online Casino Sites

In recent years, online casinos have become increasingly popular, offering the chance to players to enjoy their favorite casino games from the comfort of their homes. However, with so many online casino sites to choose from can be challenging to know which ones are trustworthy and reliable like BRO138. Here, we will explore some essential factors to believe when choosing a trusted online casino site. Consider your desires. The decision to play at an online casino is very personal, so keep that in mind first. Thus, Coming to online betting and gambling, no two gamblers in the world value the... Read more →

What You Need To Know About Playing Bingo Games?

A person can play this game online for amusement, to challenge their luck, to keep their thoughts bright, and to keep their minds busy. When playing online bingo, you choose numbers incidentally from cards and match the numbers on the number cards with those that appear on the electronic bingo cards. The winner is the person who has the card with the numbers forming a specific sequence. The computer selects at random the bingo cards you buy for online bingo games before inspecting the online bingo site as you play. Know About Online bingo games You can occasionally buy the... Read more →

Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital Opens New Interventional Radiology Lab

Cherry Hill, February 24, 2023 – A new Interventional Radiology Laboratory – which will be used for an array of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures – has opened at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital. The $2.5 million, 1,380-square-foot facility houses the newest Philips Azurion imaging system. A team of board-certified Interventional Radiology physicians will perform diagnostic and treatment procedures related to a range of conditions, including vascular and cancer. “We are thrilled to have a state-of-the-art facility that will allow us to provide very high-level patient care in a community setting,” said Dr. Alexander Trebelev, Chief of Interventional Radiology at Jefferson Cherry... Read more →

Frank L. Kirby, of Audubon, age 72

Frank L. Kirby, of Audubon, NJ passed away on February 23, 2023 at the age of 72. Loving husband of Claudia (nee Poplaski). Dear father of Jonathan (Maribeth) Kirby of Langhorne, PA. Son of the late Robert and Margaret Kirby. Brother of Joseph Kirby, Mary Pace and Irene Goody. He is also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his visitation on Tuesday 9:30 to 11:00 AM at the FOSTER-WARNE FUNERAL HOME, 250 S. White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. Prayer service will follow at 11:00 AM. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, Chews Landing, NJ. In lieu... Read more →

Illegal Alien Sentenced to Prison and Supervised Release for Assaulting CBP Officer

HSI Nogales investigation lands man 51-month prison sentence for assaulting CBP officer NOGALES, Ariz. — In mid-February, a federal judge sentenced a Sonora, Mexico man to 51 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release for assaulting a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer. Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Nogales investigated the case. “Working at the ports of entry securing our nation’s borders is important and at times, dangerous, work. However, to be intentionally assaulted by an unruly person seeking to evade our nation’s laws is not a danger CBP officers should have to face,” said HSI... Read more →

Fantastic Photos of FRIENDLY ANIMALS from Around the World

EDITOR'S NOTE (FEBRUARY 27, 2023): Our friend Bonnie sent us these photos. We are unable to identify the individual. If you know who it is please contact us at [email protected] so we can credit the person for their great photography. Friendship Family Isn't Always Blood Best Friends From The Start More Unlikely Friendship Little And Large Best Friends. Even The Look In His Eyes Is Adorable. Comforting A Friend Finally Got Him A Stool So That He Could Greet His Big Friend Next-door Chimpanzee And Tiger Cubs Unexpected Friendships Are The Best Ones Buddies Friendship Between A Horse And Husky... Read more →

High-Conflict Divorce: Parallel Shared Parenting

All the world knows that there is nothing better for kids than having their parents under one roof. However, this is not always possible, especially when many married couples end up filling out divorce forms rather than salvaging their marriages. When two people, who have kids in common, decide to end their marital relationships on paper and start looking for a divorce website, like, to resolve their situation, their kids like nobody else have a rough time. And to eliminate the negative effects of a breakup on the kids, parents must look for ways to bring up their kids... Read more →

Joseph J. Cucinotta of Gibbstown Honored on 100th Birthday

GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NJ ( Saturday, February 11, 2023, Commissioner Denice DiCarlo, Liaison to Veterans Affairs, Director Frank J. DiMarco, Gloucester County Surrogate Giuseppe Chila, Bob Jonas, Director of Gloucester County Veterans Affairs and Mayor Vincent Giovannitti of Gibbstown had the honor of presenting Joseph J. Cucinotta with a Proclamation from the Gloucester County Commissioners and from Gibbstown for his 100th Birthday, and Service to our Country. For those wondering, Mr. Jonas is a former resident of Gloucester City, NJ. Having served in WWII from 1943 to 1945, Corporal Cucinotta participated in the Battle of Cassino, where he was captured by... Read more →

Federal Authorities Indict High Ranking M-13 Leaders on Racketeering and Terrorism Charges

WASHINGTON – A four-count indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Central Islip, a charging 13 of the highest-ranking MS-13 leaders in the world with directing the transnational criminal organization’s criminal activities in the United States, El Salvador, Mexico, and elsewhere over the past two decades. Specifically, the defendants are charged with racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy to provide or conceal material support to terrorists, and narco-terrorism Conspiracy. Four of the defendants are indicted for Alien Smuggling Conspiracy. On Feb. 22, Vladimir Antonio Arevalo-Chavez, aka Vampiro de Monserrat Criminales (Arevalo-Chavez), Walter Yovani Hernandez-Rivera, aka Baxter de Park View and Bastard de... Read more →

How to Find Happiness in Life Post Divorce? Follow Our Tips and Be Happy!

When there is a decision that it is time to officially end the relationship, you have to be ready to learn how to become happy. This will seem very simple to some, but for others, it is difficult to achieve this for many years. That’s why you need to think about this in advance! If you are only on the verge of a divorce, then you have to consider the opportunity for a cheap divorce online. There are specialized companies that help you fill out divorce applications form. Of course, you can fill divorce forms independently, but this approach portends... Read more →

New Jersey Students at Emerson College Earn Dean's List

Local Emerson College Students Earn Dean's List for Fall 2022 Semester BOSTON, MA (02/24/2023)-- The following students earned Dean's List honors for Emerson College's Fall 2022 semester. The requirement to make Dean's List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher for that semester. Jacqueline Cotter of Cherry Hill, NJ (08003) is majoring in Comedic Arts and is a member of the Class of 2023. Katelyn Emerson of Burlington, NJ (08016) is majoring in Media Arts Production and is a member of the Class of 2023. Michelle Moroses of Wall Township, NJ (07719) is majoring in Writing, Lit &... Read more →

High-Conflict Divorce: Parallel Shared Parenting

All the world knows that there is nothing better for kids than having their parents under one roof. However, this is not always possible, especially when many married couples end up filling out divorce forms rather than salvaging their marriages. When two people, who have kids in common, decide to end their marital relationships on paper and start looking for a divorce website, like, to resolve their situation, their kids like nobody else have a rough time. And to eliminate the negative effects of a breakup on the kids, parents must look for ways to bring up their kids... Read more →

How to Determine Your Post-Divorce Expenses: Keep up to Date Where the Money Goes!

Many are faced with the fact that they cannot immediately identify all their expenses. Not for the first time, not the second time, or even the third. As practice shows, a lawyer has to spend a lot of time to finally get a final answer from a client regarding expenses. So, in order not to waste your time and time with a lawyer, and the time of an attorney is your money, you should definitely look at the following recommendations. With their help, you can accurately identify costs without much time. Optimize Divorce Costs If you are just starting your... Read more →

RUTGERS University is #1 in N.J., moves up to #64 on list of 500 large U.S. employers

Rutgers ranks among Forbes’ top 100 U.S. large employers for the second year. Rutgers moved up 31 places to #64 of 500 employers – and is the #1 ranked New Jersey employer – on the publication’s 2023 list of America’s Best Large Employers. Rutgers employs over 22,000 professionals in the state of New Jersey from nearly every area of expertise, from research and faculty scholarship to accounting to facilities management to marketing to dining services to event management to transportation and much more. “We are proud to once again be recognized by Forbes as one of the country’s top-ranked employers,”... Read more →

Rowan Women Win NJAC Basketball Championship

JERSEY CITY, NJ (February 25, 2023)--– Nicole Mallard had 17 points and Dakota Adams scored 15 as third-seeded Rowan won the 2023 NJAC Women’s Basketball Championship, defeating top-seeded New Jersey City, 79-70. It is Rowan’s second title under coach Demetrius Poles, with the last one coming in the 2019-20 season, while it is the eighth all-time for the Profs. Adams contributed 15 rebounds and Mallard went 8-for-10 from the foul line. Danielle McCurdy scored 12 points on 5-for-10 shooting with Grace Marshall scoring 11 for the Profs. Rowan (20-8) opened the third quarter going on a 13-2 run, which included... Read more →

Week Long Road Construction in Audubon and Camden City, Expect Delays

GIF image/CNBNews graphic file (AUDUBON, NJ) – NJ American Water will replace the water main on Wyoming Avenue in Audubon from Monday, Feb. 27 to Friday, March 3 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. On Monday and Tuesday, a full road closure of Wyoming Avenue will be between Audubon Avenue and Merchant Street. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, a full road closure of Wyoming Avenue will be between Merchant Street and Nicholson Road. “Since crews will be working in several locations, motorists should be aware of the closures and plan to take alternate routes during work hours to avoid... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: Taxpayers Picking Up Legal Fees to Defend Four Newark Board of Education Members

Ethics complaints filed against four Newark Board of Education members Jessie Gomez, Chalkbeat Newark Feb 24, 5:57pm EST Four members of the Newark Board of Education face ethics complaints currently before the New Jersey School Ethics Commission, according to details shared during the February school board meeting. On Thursday, the school board approved four resolutions to pay $285 per hour in attorney’s fees and expenses for four unnamed board members at the center of the complaints. The district did not release the names of the board members or details about the nature of the complaints during the meeting. The ethics... Read more →

CONGRATULATIONS: Camden County Child Abduction Response Team Receives National Certification ..

through the U.S. Department of Justice Camden, NJ- During an activation, members of the Camden County Child Abduction Response Team work together as one team, with one goal—the safe recovery of a child. On Friday, March 10, 2023, at the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, the Camden County Child Abduction Response Team (CART) will receive National Certification presented by members of the National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) through the U.S. Department of Justice, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. In October 2022, the Camden County CART completed a strategic and demanding process to meet all the national requirements for... Read more →

Rita Ann Athey age 97, of Mount Royal (formerly of Gloucester City and Westville)

Rita Ann Athey (nee Vinciguerra), age 97, of Mount Royal (formerly of Gloucester City and Westville) passed away peacefully on Friday, February 10, 2023. Rita was the daughter of the late Rose and Lt. Colonel Armando Vinciguerra, US Army Ret. She was very patriotic, stemming from her military upbringing, and that was evident by her attire and home decorating on Memorial and Independence days. Her husband, Joseph, was a US Navy veteran and prolific trumpet player. She loved big band music including Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, and Frank Sinatra. Her love of that music was enhanced by radio and later... Read more →

100's of Medical Residents at Penn Medicine Move to Unionize

By Lauren Jessop | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) ­– Hundreds of medical residents at the University of Pennsylvania Health System may become the first group of its kind in the state to unionize as their demands for higher pay and better working conditions have gone ignored. Unionization efforts sparked nationwide after the pandemic pushed long working hours from routine to unsustainable. As such, the residents at Penn Medicine’s main campus in West Philadelphia decided to add their name to the growing list of those seeking representation. A supermajority of the 1,400-plus resident and fellow physicians employed by... Read more →

NJ Students at Coastal Carolina University Make Dean's List

More than 2,700 students make Fall 2022 Dean's List at CCU CONWAY, SC (02/24/2023)-- More than 2,700 undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University were named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2022 semester. Students who make the Dean's List have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher (3.25 for freshmen) for the semester. Dean's List students include: Laura Bowers of Burlington, NJ (08016). Kelly Bretones of Linwood, NJ (08221). Shane Byrne of West Deptford, NJ (08096). Austin Carr of Cape May Ch, NJ (08210). Jarrett Craig of Mullica Hill, NJ (08062). Nicholas Digangi of Voorhees, NJ (08043).... Read more →

Delaware State Parks Fee Season Begins March 1

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reminds visitors to Delaware State Parks that 2023 entrance fees will be in effect starting Wednesday, March 1 through Nov. 30. State park entrance fees for vehicles registered in Delaware are $4 at inland parks and $5 at ocean parks. Fees for out-of-state vehicles are $8 at inland parks and $10 at ocean parks. Entrance fees will remain in effect through Nov. 30, which is the normal fee season end date. Daily park entrance fees may be paid via credit-card machine at most park locations, where fee attendants are on duty or... Read more →

CNBNews Student Spotlight: SJ Residents Study Abroad through Travel Courses and Service Trips

SCRANTON, PA (02/17/2023)-- Area residents were among the 124 University of Scranton students who studied abroad during the Intersession 2023 semester. Students are: Matthew J. Felicia of Medford (08055), a mechanical engineering major studied at Sacred Heart University Dingle, Ireland. Dominic R. Gubitosi of Moorestown (08057), a finance major participated in the university travel course, Irish Political Culture. Erin M. Wheeler of Cherry Hill (08003), an occupational therapy major participated in the American Institute for Foreign Studies in Rome. The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university located in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Cole Regn of Berlin Named to 2023 Kutztown University... Read more →

Rutgers University–Camden offering income tax assistance for low-income NJ families

(Camden, NJ) – In preparation for tax season, Rutgers University-Camden is offering income tax assistance for low-income families. To qualify, a household must make $60,000 or less and appointments are on a first come, first served basis. “So many families need aid when it comes to filing their taxes and we applaud Rutgers for stepping up to the plate to be there for our residents,” said Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli Jr. “We encourage everyone who qualifies to utilize this free resource this tax season.” Sessions will be held at the Nilsa Cruz-Perez Downtown Library Branch in Camden every Wednesday, from... Read more →

28-Year-Old Lawnside Woman Shot and Killed

Lawnside, NJ (FEBRUARY 25, 2023)(CNBNews)- Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a 28-year-old woman on Saturday morning in Lawnside, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Lawnside Police Captain William Plenty. On Saturday, February 25, 2023, at approximately 4:07 a.m., Lawnside Police officers and EMS responded to the 100 block of Mouldy Road in Lawnside, where they located a woman who had been shot. The victim was identified as 28-year-old Michelle Cruz of Lawnside. She was pronounced deceased at the scene. Anyone with information is asked to contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit Detective Matthew Kreidler at... Read more →

Railroad's Secretive Decisions after Derailment Hinder Response

Train Derailment and a massive fire, in East Palestine Ohio. Image courtesy of Pittsburgh News (The Center Square) (February 24, 2023)--– In responding to the East Palestine train derailment in Ohio, Pennsylvania officials said Norfolk Southern's cagey behavior undermined the state's emergency response. During a public hearing on Thursday, Randy Padfield, leader of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, walked the Senate Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee through events leading up to the release of vinyl chloride from a handful of derailed cars. The same events – as The Center Square previously reported – drew rebuke from Gov.... Read more →

State Attorneys General to Biden on “Assault Weapon” Ban: Nope, Nada, Not Having It

SUPPORT NRA-ILA Following his State of the Union (SOTU) speech earlier this month, in which President Joe Biden yelled, “Band [sic] ‘assault weapons’ now!”, the president predictably included the same demand last week in remarks at the National Association of Counties legislative conference. “I’m gonna say something that’s always controversial but there is no rationale for assault weapons and magazines that hold 50, 70 bullets. Got it done once. Gonna do it again.” A day later, sixteen state Attorneys General, led by Austin Knudsen, the Montana Attorney General, penned a blunt letter to the president in response to his “unconstitutional... Read more →

Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation Donates $35,000 to Benefit Cancer Patients

at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in New Jersey Sewell, NJ (February 17, 2023) — The Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation, a longtime supporter of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, recently donated $35,000 to the Patient Assistance Fund at Jefferson Health - New Jersey. Last year, 40 cancer patients who needed help with rent, utilities, or transportation received financial assistance from this fund, allowing them to continue focusing on their treatment and care. "We offer sincere thanks to the Bill Bottino Cancer Foundation for their ongoing support of the critical needs of our patients and families," said Tamara LaCouture, MD, Interim Chief... Read more →

Federal and Local Authorities Continue to Investigate Disappearance of Couple Last Seen in Philadelphia

February 17, 2023 FBI Seeks Information on February 19, 2005, Disappearance of Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone, Jr. The FBI, Philadelphia Police Department, New Jersey State Police, Mount Laurel Police Department, and Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office are seeking the public’s assistance as we continue to investigate the disappearance, 18 years ago this Sunday, of Danielle (Ottobre) Imbo and Richard Petrone, Jr. They were last seen in the late evening hours of Saturday, February 19, 2005, leaving a bar on Philadelphia’s South Street for Rich’s black 2001 Dodge Dakota pickup truck. An extensive investigation to date has generated some promising leads;... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: Inflation Eases Slightly on Main Street but Remains Top Business Problem

Owners have a negative outlook expecting better business conditions TRENTON (Feb. 25, 2023) – NFIB State Director Eileen Kean says the latest NFIB Small Business Optimism Index underscores the challenges that continue to face New Jersey businesses. “New Jersey business skepticism continues as inflation remains a major concern, hiring qualified employees is difficult, and rising employee costs continue," said Kean. "Small businesses, the backbone of New Jersey’s economy, are struggling." The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index increased 0.5 points in January to 90.3, remaining below the 49-year average of 98. Down six points from last month, 26% of owners reported... Read more →


Auburn Road Winery’s Après-Ski Experience Features Fireside S’mores, Hot Drinks, Cozy Blankets, Live Music and Movie Screenings Pilesgrove, NJ (February 21, 2023) – From now until March 31, Auburn Road Vineyard & Winery is transforming into “Après-Ski Auburn Road” – inspired by the cozy tradition among ski resorts in the French Alps. With or without snow, this winter activity brings guests outside to warm up by crackling fires under cozy blankets with roasted marshmallows, local wine, and entertainment. Après-Ski features: Tableside s’mores Port hot chocolate Movie screenings in the vines Complimentary fire pits Cozy blankets Live music QUOTE: “Après-Ski is... Read more →

DNREC Supports 2023 Youth Environmental Summit (YES!) for Delaware High School Students on March 2

image provided NEWARK DELAWARE--On March 2, more than 450 Delaware high school students are expected to gather in Newark for the fourth annual Delaware Youth Environmental Summit (YES!) to learn more about today’s top environmental issues and challenges, and to network with their peers and guest speakers. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is a fourth-year sponsor of the event, which includes keynote speaker Secretary Shawn M. Garvin and presentations by DNREC staff. The student-led conference will be held at the University of Delaware’s Clayton Hall Conference Center in Newark and is offered free of charge, with... Read more →

Students Named to University of Hartford Honors Lists

WEST HARTFORD, CT (02/16/2023)-- The University of Hartford is pleased to announce the students who have been named to the Dean's List for Fall 2022. Lauren Abrams of Cherry Hill Tyrell Bailey of Mount Holly Cody Broadway of Cinnaminson Ian Cifone of Merchantville Juliet Cuff of Cherry Hill Emerson Fischer of Linwood Nathan Gale of Mount Laurel Keijah Hall of Bridgeton Leah Hummel of Wenonah Vivienne Koory of Collingswood Benedicta Kwarteng of Egg Harbor Township Francesca Onimus of Cherry Hill Kathryn Parton of Pemberton Brenna Ruoff of Audubon Brianna Sanchez of Vineland Ethan Sharpe of Burlington Kristina Shaw of Lumberton... Read more →

Top Seed Rowan Defeats Stockton 103 to 88

GLASSBORO, NJ – Marcellus Ross scored a game-high 24 points as top-seeded Rowan defeated second-seeded Stockton, 103-88, to win the 2023 NJAC Men’s Basketball Championship in front of a sold-out crowd at Esby Gym. It is the Profs’ second title since 2019 and the 12th all-time in the program’s history. With the win, Rowan (22-5) earns the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Ross connected on 7-of-11 three-point field goals and reached the 1,000-point mark for his career, counting his two seasons at Caldwell College. Teammate Andrew Seager scored 20 points as he shot 8-for-11 from the field with... Read more →

Lancaster City, PA Authorities Searching for Four Males Wearing All Black Clothing for Criminal Charges

LANCASTER CITY, PA (FEBRUARY 24, 2023)--On Thursday, February 23, 2023, at approximately 3:00 PM Lancaster City Bureau of Police Officers, received a call stating that four males wearing all black, with hoods up and masks covering their faces, ran into an address in the 800 block of E Orange St. Lancaster City Officers responded to the address and Officer Caple knocked on the front door and the door opened. Officer Caple observed a male holding a handgun at the top of the stairs inside the residence. The male quickly retreated inside the home and out of view of the officers.... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: NJ Ten biggest Tax Deadbeats

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist In New Jersey people of almost every profession have to have a required number of educational hours, pass a test, and then pay a small fortune for a license to practice the trade. Some of these trades are hair stylist, manicurist, plumber, electrician, and all others but one. That trade is home improvement. If there is a storm, you will see home improvement companies come out of the woodwork. The first thing you should look for is the license plate and any decals on the vehicles. If they are not in-state license plates and local... Read more →

WOMENS BASKETBALL: NJCU's Rodriguez, Ramapo's Ventricelli, WP's Renee Wells ...

Headline 2022-23 NJAC Women's Basketball All-Conference Team PITMAN, NJ --- New Jersey City University junior Damaris Rodriguez (Secaucus, NJ/Secaucus), Ramapo College sophomore Jackie Ventricelli (Sayreville, NJ/Sayreville War Memorial), and William Paterson freshman Renee Wells (Leonardo, NJ/Middletown South) have been named as the 2022-23 NJAC Women’s Basketball major award winners. Rodriguez earned Player of the Year honors; Ventricelli was named Defensive Player of the Year; and Wells was tabbed Rookie of the Year. Their accolades highlight the 16-member NJAC Women’s Basketball All-Conference Team and were selected based on a vote of the league’s head coaches. Rodriguez becomes the first NJCU woman... Read more →

James B. Cochran, 86, of Hainesport/Bellmawr; Member of the Corvette Club; Served in the Army National Guard

James B. Cochran, 86, passed away peacefully on February 15, 2023, surrounded by his family at his home in Hainesport, NJ. He was born to the late Benjamin and Charlotte Cochran on September 14, 1936. Jim was the beloved husband of the late Patricia (nee Shelley) and father to their five children James Cochran (Nora) of Eastampton, NJ, Christopher Cochran (Ina) of Langhorne, PA, Tracey Blackwell (Geoffrey) of Skaneateles, NY, Kelli Cochran of Hainesport, NJ and the late Michelle Cochran. Jim is fondly remembered as “Bimps” to his grandchildren Mollie Cochran, Emily Cochran (Alejandro Acosta), Wyatt Cochran (Sam), Ross Cochran,... Read more →

CNB COMMUNITY EVENT: 2023 Annual Lines on the Pines ~ 

Galloway, NJ – Lines on the Pines, an INDOOR event, celebrating the New Jersey Pine Barrens returns once again to the Stockton University CAMPUS CENTER, located at 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ, 08205. The Annual Event will be held on Sunday, March 12, 2023 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. This popular book-signing, history, arts, humanities, craft show, and everything NJ Pine Barrens is FREE and open to the public. It is presented by It’s a Sign of the Pines, a 501(c) (3) NJ non-profit corporation dedicated to sharing the wonders of our Pine Barrens. Linda Stanton and... Read more →

Consumer Alert: Top Scams of 2022

By Andrew Rayo Consumer Education Specialist February 23, 2023 What are scammers up to these days? Every day, people just like you tell the FTC what they’ve spotted, and maybe even lost money to. Then, every year, the FTC rolls up all those millions of reports about fraud, scams, and bad business practices to tell the story: what ARE scammers up to these days? The 2022 headline is this: scammers took a LOT of money. The latest FTC data book says people reported losing $8.8 billion to scams. That’s $2.6 billion more than 2021. Except the number of reports are... Read more →