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May 2023

Reminder! Annual Hurricane Evacuation Exercise Thursday

No roads will be closed; however motorists should expect an increased police and work crew presence on key shore routes (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials, in partnership with the New Jersey State Police (NJSP), the New Jersey Turnpike Authority (NJTA) and the South Jersey Transportation Authority (SJTA), announced today that it will be conducting its annual emergency evacuation exercise on Thursday, June 1 to practice and refine response activities in the event of a major hurricane. No roads will be closed during the drill. On Thursday, June 1, motorists can expect to see an increased presence... Read more →


A Giant Chinook Flies Over Gloucester City/UPDATE

UPDATE, WITH A NEW PHOTO GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 31, 2023)--The helicopter circled over North Stinson Avenue. As mentioned earlier the pilot and the passengers inside the helicopter waved to the people on the ground who stood in astonishment as the Chinook flew over their homes. (photo credit Ben Vautier) UPDATE: A number of the comments on our Facebook page state that it is commonplace to see this helicopter flying in South Jersey. And we agree with those individuals. The difference in this situation is the pilot was flying so low. People said their houses shook, and dishes and pots... Read more →

Joan B. (Derry) Gallagher, of Collingswood, GCHS Alum

Home is where your treasure is. There, your heart will be also. It’s the starting place of hope and dreams. Where love resides, memories are created, friends always belong and laughter never ends. Joan B. Gallagher (nee Derry) loved that place where she could surround herself with family, celebrate the holidays, and enjoy her “stay-cation”. She found her little patch of heaven at the pool. Joan had a work ethic as strong as her love for her family. She was fun, dedicated, loyal, and doting. Saying goodbye, going away… Saying goodbye seems like such a hard thing to say. Just... Read more →

Filing Deadline for Mayor Marty Small, Sr. Scholarship is June 5

View Scholarship Application Here City of Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, Sr., during a news conference outside Atlantic City High School, announced the details of the historic “Mayor Marty Small, Sr. Scholarship” that will initially be awarded to 100 Atlantic City residents. The first 50 scholarships of $10,000 each ($5,000 per semester) will go to current Atlantic City High School seniors who live in Atlantic City. An additional 50 scholarships of $10,000 each ($5,000 per semester) will be awarded to incoming sophomores, juniors and seniors currently in college who graduated from Atlantic City High School and reside in Atlantic City.... Read more →

Summer Circus Camp Coming to Mt. Airy

PHILADELPHIA SCHOOL OF CIRCUS ARTS INVITES CHILDREN TO RUN OFF TO THE BIG TOP AT SUMMER CIRCUS CAMP IN MT. AIRY Philadelphia, PA -- Philadelphia School of Circus Arts announces 2023 Summer Circus Camp June 19 - August 25, for students looking to run off to the region's big top. PSCA’s award-winning camp is back and has options for kids ages 4 -5 (Tots), 6 -7 (Junior), 8 – 12 (Youth) and 13 – 18 (Teen). Campers are divided into groups within each camp by age and experience level. No prior experience is needed for camp. Each session lasts one... Read more →


source FBI When Sandra answered her phone a few years ago, the 86-year-old California woman thought it was her granddaughter. The young, panicked girl kept calling her grandma as she unfurled a breathless, urgent tale about an accident in someone else’s borrowed car and police finding drugs hidden underneath her seat. The girl needed money fast to make things right. So Sandra went to her bank, brushed off probing questions like she was told to do, and arranged to transfer the funds—$78,600. More than 88,000 people over age 60 collectively lost $3.1 billion last year in scams targeting the elderly,... Read more →

Pennsauken Police Conduct Speed Study for the 7200 Block of Walnut Avenue

The Pennsauken Police Department has conducted a speed study on the 7200 block of Walnut Avenue from May 18, 2023 – May 26, 2023. During that time period, 5,120 vehicles were analyzed. There was a total of 185 enforceable violations which meant 4% of the vehicles committed violations. The average speed was 25 miles per hour. The study concluded that this area was a low enforcement rating. We will be deploying our equipment to another location on our list of areas where residents have made a report of speeding vehicles. Please help keep our community safe by obeying the posted... Read more →

Saturday, June 3, Free Fishing Day in NJ

Saturday, June 3 is Free Fishing Day Haven't fished in a while, or maybe never fished before? Have a friend or family member who hasn't either? Saturday is Free Fishing Day, the perfect time for New Jersey residents to try fishing the state's public waters without a license or trout stamp. All other regulations including size and daily catch limits remain in effect. After discovering or rediscovering the joys of fishing you and the others will need a license - so why not get Buddy Licenses together? These heavily discounted licenses go easy on your budget and let you enjoy... Read more →

NJDEP Air Quality Alert until 12:00 AM Thursday

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has issued a code orange air quality alert Wednesday for Southwestern New Jersey. A code orange air quality alert means that air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups. Sensitive groups include children...people suffering from asthma... heart disease or other lung diseases...and the elderly. The effects of air pollution can be minimized by avoiding strenuous activity or exercising outdoors. For more information on ground-level ozone and fine particles...visit * AFFECTED AREAS: GLOUCESTER ... CAMDEN ... NORTHWESTERN BURLINGTON Address/Location Maple Shade Township Police Department 200 N Stiles Ave Maple... Read more →

2013 Camden County Cold Case Solved; Suspect Arrested

Camden City, NJ (CNBNews)– Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez are announcing that charges have been filed in connection with the killing of a 45-year-old man in 2013. Following an almost decade-long, active investigation by the CCPO Homicide Unit, Martin Muniz, 41, of Camden, was charged on Monday, May 22, 2023, with first-degree Murder in the death of Jaime Molina of Camden. On Wednesday, October 30, 2013, at approximately 1:26 p.m., officers from the Camden County Police Department Metro Division were dispatched to the area of North Fifth Street and Cedar Street in... Read more →

NJ Residents Beware of Heavy Travel Demands

TRENTON–As summer approaches, Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin and the Division of Highway Traffic Safety (HTS) want to remind all New Jersey residents and visitors about the importance of safe driving during this busy season. Beautiful weather, coupled with our state’s countless entertainment and recreational destinations, create heavy travel demands during the summer months. This increase in traffic volume is the reason why the time between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day is referred to as the “101 Days of Summer” and is considered the busiest but also the most dangerous travel period of the year. “From the iconic shore... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: Riverside native serves aboard U.S. Navy amphibious warship in Japan

By Mass Communication 3rd Class Specialist Xiaoming Zheng, Navy Office of Community Outreach SASEBO, Japan - Petty Officer 2nd Class Adokor Thedison a native of Riverside, New Jersey, serves in Japan aboard a U.S. Navy warship. Thedison attended Riverside High School and graduated in 2017. Thedison joined the Navy five years ago. “I joined the Navy because I wanted to get more life experience,” said Thedison. "I joined after one year of college because I didn’t know what career field I wanted to pursue. Serving in the Navy so far has given me a better idea of what type of... Read more →

New Jersey Authorities Looking for Russian National, $10 Million Reward

Two U.S. Indictments Charge Defendant with Attacks Against Law Enforcement Agencies in New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Other Victims Worldwide; U.S. State Department Offers $10 Million Reward CRIME NEWARK, N.J. (May 16, 2023)(CNBNews) – The Justice Department today unsealed two indictments charging a Russian national and resident with using three different ransomware variants to attack numerous victims throughout the United States, including law enforcement agencies in New Jersey and Washington, D.C., as well as victims in healthcare and other sectors nationwide. “From Russia and hiding behind multiple aliases, Matveev is alleged to have used these ransomware strains to encrypt and... Read more →

REPORT: Pedestrian Fatalities Climb in Pennsylvania

By Anthony Hennen | The Center Square (The Center Square) — An approach to reducing traffic deaths is catching on in cities across the country great and small, but not in Pennsylvania. Doing so would require city leaders across to de-emphasize motorists and speed, and focus on upgrading sidewalk and biking infrastructure instead. A report from Smart Growth America details “complete streets” initiatives across America, which encourage municipalities to learn from other cities on what makes communities more pedestrian-friendly and lowers fatal car collisions. Complete streets is an approach to road design that takes into account pedestrian and cyclist concerns... Read more →

Choosing The Perfect Vanity Color: Tips For Style And Function

Vanities are the focal point of bathrooms. The right color and style are critical for the final look of bathrooms. Homeowners frequently find it challenging to choose a vanity color that will complement their style. Thankfully, there are some tips that make deciding easier. Tips for Selecting the Best Bathroom Vanity Remodeling bathrooms involves many different decisions. Homeowners seem to struggle the most over choosing a vanity. When picking a color for your vanity, consider the home's color scheme. Bathroom designs should complement the rest of the home while offering some degree of independent style. Consider the following tips. Consider... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing News NJ: New Record Fish!

NJ CERTIFIES NEW RECORD FISH! Jim Piascik caught the new state record Hybrid Striped Bass in Monksville Reservoir on May 24, 2023. The fish weighed 17 pounds, 12 ounces, replacing John Vayda’s 16-pound, 10-ounce record from 2022. The old record only stood for 227 days. Jim was fishing for Walleye when the fish hit just after midnight. After previously landing a 25-inch Walleye, he was prepared with a large net, and managed to get this giant in the boat alone and in the dark. Congratulations Jim! What a catch! NJ Record Fish Program NJ Record Freshwater Fish List NJ Record... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: You Can Look But You Can't Touch

Public Encouraged to Avoid ‘Rescuing’ Young Wildlife DNREC Reminds Delawareans: 'If You Care, Leave Them There’ Look but don’t touch, much less disturb – and even then, just a quick glance and be on your way – that’s theDepartment of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s message to Delawareans likely to see young wildlife in their backyards or almost anywhere in the outdoors this time of year. DNREC reminds the public that it’s best when encountering young wildlife of any species to leave the animals alone, since their mothers are usually nearby monitoring them. Taking or “rescuing” a young wild animal... Read more →

Robert E. Phillips, Sr., 90, of Audubon

On April 25, 2023, of Audubon, NJ. Age 90 years. Beloved husband of 66 years to Dolores F. Phillips. Dear father of Robert (Carolyn) Phillips, Jr., Raymond (Judith) Phillips, Steven Phillips and William (Bethanne) Phillips. Loving grandfather of Rebecca, Eric, Kelly, Kimberly, Laura, Jim, Samantha and Alex and great grandfather of Eric Jr., Aubrey, Ava, Faith, Cadence, Revelry, Gunner, J.T., Claire, Raymond, Nathan and Nora. He is also lovingly survived by his sister, Eleanor (Harry) Kitchin and many nieces and nephews. Robert was a 1951 graduate of Collingswood High School. He was a Korean Conflict U.S. Army veteran and a... Read more →

Memorial Day A Time To Remember The Fallen

This Memorial Day, please join us in honoring all the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our country. Take a moment of silence to show your respect to our fallen heroes and your gratitude for the freedoms we enjoy because of their commitment to our nation. Thank you for supporting the American Legion and those we serve. For God and country, Vincent J. "Jim" Troiola National Commander The American Legion Read more →

Kick Off The Summer In Wildwood NJ

Welcome to the Summer of 2023! Mayor Pete Byron, Deputy Mayor Krista Fitzsimons and Commissioner Steve Mikulski wish you an enjoyable kick-off to Summer 2023! From The City of Wildwood Police Department In an effort to keep the peace and keep Wildwood a safe, fun, and friendly vacation environment, new alcohol laws and underage breach of peace laws are in place. Read More From The City of Wildwood Fire Department The City of Wildwood Fire Department would like to welcome back all of our returning seasonal residents and visitors. As we begin the summer season, many will be partaking in... Read more →


ENTERTAINMENT Theatergoers Will Sit on Stage for This Intimate Performance Haddon Township, NJ (May 24, 2023) – On June 9, the comedy-drama play “I Hate Hamlet” will open at the Ritz Theatre Company, a historic New Jersey venue. Laughter, sword fights, and hijinks ensue in this classic comedy that follows successful television actor Andrew Rally (played by Philadelphia’s Joe Falcone, a University of the Arts graduate) as he struggles with taking on the dream role of HAMLET. Dealing with a girlfriend who is keeping a firm grasp on her chastity, Andrew plays host to the ghost of John Barrymore (played... Read more →

American Legion Commander on the Cost of Freedom

By Vincent J. “Jim” Troiola, National Commander MAY 24, 2023 Dear American Legion Family and friends, A commonly used phrase in The American Legion is “every day is Veterans Day.” We prove this through our programs and service to our communities. But for Gold Star families and the battle buddies of the fallen, every day is Memorial Day. When American servicemembers are seriously wounded, often their last words are some variations of “tell my wife I love her,” “tell my kids I’m proud of them,” or “take care of my family.” The parents of fallen heroes live every mother’s and... Read more →


Training Center Cape May to fire 40MM battery; Reminder: 3 PM Pause for a Moment of Silence

On this Memorial Day, we acknowledge that freedom is not free. For those who gave up everything in service to this country...We honor Your Sacrifice. PLEASE PAUSE ON MEMORIAL DAY AT 3 PM FOR A MOMENT OF SILENCE IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE Zoomability Memorial Day Tribute from Zoomability on Vimeo. ++++++++++++ CAPE MAY, N.J. (May 30, 2023)(CNBNews)- The Coast Guard Training Center Cape May Armory staff will be conducting a 21-Gun Salute from the regimental 40MM saluting battery on base beginning at noon, Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. There will be a... Read more →

Catholic Church Bans Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi from Receiving Communion

NOTIFICATION To United States Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi The Second Vatican Council, decree on the Church in the Modern World, Gaudium et Spes, reiterated the Church's ancient and consistent teaching that "from the first moment of conception life must be guarded with the greatest care while abortion and infanticide are unspeakable crimes" (n. 51). Christians have, indeed, always upheld the dignity of human life ni every stage, especially the most vulnerable, beginning with life in the womb. His Holiness, Pope Francis, in keeping with his predecessors, has likewise been quite clear and emphatic in teaching the dignity of human life in... Read more →

Rowan's Winning Season Ends, Record 33-15

SALISBURY, MD – Rowan couldn’t hold off a late-inning rally by #2 Salisbury as the Sea Gulls put up eight runs in the eighth inning to take the lead for good en route to a 17-12 win in the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals at Sea Gull Stadium. With the second win in the best-of-three series, Salisbury clinched its third consecutive trip to the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship, while Rowan fell in its second straight Super Regional. The #23 Profs end the year with a 33-15 record. Trailing 12-5 after seven innings, the Sea Gulls (35-6) scored eight runs with... Read more →

Rowan Makes the Final Eight

ASHLAND, VA -- And then there were eight. Eight teams remain in the 2023 Division III Softball Tournament and one of them is #20 Rowan who punched its ticket to the Championship Finals with a 5-3 win over #9 Randolph-Macon in the final game of the Ashland Super Regional on Saturday. The Profs move on to the NCAA Softball Championship Finals for the first time since 2018 season and sixth time in program history. Payton MacNair was named the most valuable player with teammate Rylee Lutz selected as the most valuable pitcher of the Super Regional. Liz McCaffery was 3-for-4... Read more →

Philadelphia Crime Report: 63-Year-Old Woman Murdered Saturday ; Six Shootings Friday Night

Philadelphia, PA (May 27, 2023)(CNBNews)—The ongoing murders, stabbings, and shootings continue in Philadelphia, once known as the City of Brotherly Love. The most recent occurred Saturday evening, May 27, at 9:04, with three people shot in the 5200 unit block of Jefferson Street. According to Officer Tanya Little, Philadelphia Police Department Office of Public Affairs, a 20-year-old male was shot two times in the foot and was taken to Lankenau Hospital. He was listed in stable condition. The second victim, a 15-year-old, was shot in the abdomen and taken to Lankenau Hospital. Records show he was in stable condition. The... Read more →

Memorial Day Ceremonies in South Jersey

Avalon Memorial Day Parade Monday, May 29th, 2023: 9 am - 10:30 am Avalon Memorial Day Parade May 29, 2023 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM The Avalon Lions, as an organization, will participate in the Avalon Memorial Day Parade. The club President, Eileen Donovan, will present a wreath at the services. The parade will step off at 32nd Street and Dune Drive and proceed north to Veterans Plaza where the ceremony will be held at the conclusion of the parade. Website Cape May Memorial Day Ceremony Monday, May 29, 2023; 11:00 AM Website 609-884-9565 The City of Cape May, in... Read more →

Earl Henry Moore of Hollywood, Florida, formerly of Gloucester City NJ

August 5, 1989 - May 22, 2023 Hollywood, Florida – Formerly of Gloucester City. On May 22, 2023. Age 33. Cherished husband of Karenleen Jimenez. Adored father of Henry Joseph Moore and Xavier David Moore. Loving Son of Terry Moore and Joan Moore (nee Barron). Beloved brother of Dylan (Adrianne) Moore, Stephen (Katianne) Barron and Terence Moore. Devoted uncle of Taylor Moore, Courtney Moore, Dylan Moore, Jr., Stephen Barron, Jr. and Abigail Barron. Dear God Son of Bill Baker and Lillian Beese. Survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Earl was born in Camden and was raised in Gloucester... Read more →

Edward R. Boyle, age 95, of Gloucester City,

Gloucester City – Surrounded by his loving family, Eddie passed peacefully on May 23, 2023, at the age of 95. Born and raised in Gloucester City, NJ, Ed was a longtime resident of Atlantic City, NJ and Pembroke Park, FL. Cherished son of the late Edward A. and Wilhelmina Boyle. Predeceased by his sisters, Marie Boyle and Rita Chew. Survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews. Eddie was a retired insulator for Local 14 out of Philadelphia. He served in the Merchant Marines from 1945-1947. Eddie proudly served our country in the... Read more →

Palou on leading Indy 500 field in No. 10 American Legion Honda:

‘It’s going to be extra special’ By Steven B. Brooks MAY 26, 2023 Two years ago, Helio Castroneves passed Alex Palou with two laps to go to win the Indianapolis 500 – making him one of just four four-time winners of the race. A year later, Palou qualified second for the same race and was leading before a penalty forced him to do a restart on lap 77, dropping him to 30th. He rebounded to finish ninth and wound up leading 47 laps, second only to Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR)teammate Scott Dixon. Now, Palou is starting this Sunday’s 500 from... Read more →

Audubon Volunteer Firemen and Supporting Fire Depts. Keep Fast Moving Fire From Spreading

photos courtesy of The Audubon Fire Department AUDUBON, NJ (May 28, 2023)(CNBNews)--Quick action by Audubon firemen and supporting town fire departments kept a backyard fire on Friday from getting out of control. According to The NJPen, the fire of indeterminate origin ripped through sheds and fences on adjoining properties in Audubon on Friday afternoon, climbing up a utility pole to a pine tree, where it smoldered until fire companies from seven local communities put it down. Shortly before 11 a.m., firefighters responded to the 200 block of Washington Terrace to investigate a police report of multiple sheds on fire there,... Read more →

New Jersey's 10 Most Endangered Historic Sites

  PNJ will host the 2023 Ten Most Endangered Historic Sites announcement on Sunday, June 4, 2023 from 9:00am - 11:00am at the historic Spermaceti Cove No. 2 Life Saving Station within the Gateway National Recreation Area - Sandy Hook. PNJ will be joined by the advocates for this year’s endangered historic places to support New Jersey’s threatened cultural and architectural heritage. The 10 Most Endangered Historic Places program spotlights irreplaceable historic, architectural, cultural, and archeological resources in New Jersey that are in imminent danger of being lost. The act of listing these resources acknowledges their importance to the heritage... Read more →


Check out Bisnow's upcoming events in Philly Bisnow Philadelphia Summer Super Schmooze Thursday, June 15 | 5:30PM-8PM EDT Start your summer off right with your friends at Bisnow’s Summer Schmooze hosted by Post Brothers. Enjoy the views, music and drinks while networking with some of Philly's biggest CRE developers, investors and influencers! Register Here Philadelphia Life Science Update Wednesday, June 21 | 8AM-12PM EDT Join the top CRE professionals in the Philadelphia life sciences market as they discuss where the future of the asset class is headed. Learn what is drawing more tenants to the space and how strategic designs... Read more →

Rowan Falls to Salisbury in First Game of NCAA Div III Baseball Super Regional

SALISBURY, MD – Rowan spotted #2 Salisbury an 8-0 lead, and despite rallying late, fell to the Sea Gulls, 10-6, in the first game of the NCAA Division III Baseball Salisbury Super Regional, held at the Sea Gull Baseball Stadium. The teams will meet again on Saturday at 11 a.m. with the Profs needing two wins tomorrow to avoid elimination, with a second game to take place 45 minutes after the conclusion, if necessary. . The winner of the best-of-three series heads to the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from June 2 to 8. Ryan Murphy... Read more →

Rowan Softball Post 5-1 Victory in 1st Game of Div. III Super Regional

ASHLAND, VA -- #20 Rowan posted a 5-1 victory over #9 Randolph-Macon in the first game of the Division III Super Regional on Saturday behind the arm of Rylee Lutz and key hits from Payton MacNair and Cat Thomas. The Profs take the first game of the best-of-three series as the teams meet again tomorrow at 1 p.m. and an if necessary game soon after with a trip to the Division III Championship series in Marshall, Texas next week on the line. Lutz allowed one run on two hits with five K's and three walks to raise her record to... Read more →

Maple Shade Resident Arrested on Carjacking Charges

Chief Christopher Fletcher announces that charges have been filed in an armed carjacking on Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Michael Disantis, a 20 year old male of the 400 unit block of 115 East Kings Highway, Maple Shade, N.J. is charged with Robbery, Theft of a motor vehicle, Aggravated Assault with a firearm, Unlawful Possession of a Shotgun and Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purposes. On Wednesday May 24, 2023 at 6:04PM the Maple Shade Police Department were dispatched to 100 Fox Meadow Drive for a reported motor vehicle theft. The victim reported that he was an Uber Driver that... Read more →

KUDOS! Lower Township PD Detective Sergeant Michael Perry Graduates From Prestigious Academy

Lower Township Police Department Detective Sergeant Michael Perry graduated the prestigious New Jersey State Association of Chiefs’ of Police (NJSACOP) Command and Leadership Academy on May 25, 2023. NJSACOP’s mission is to promote and enhance the highest ethical and professional standards in law enforcement at all levels throughout New Jersey. In recognizing the challenges in law enforcement during the upcoming decades, the NJSACOP has made a commitment to be in the forefront of innovation and change. The primary component of that commitment is the development of future police leaders. In 1993, NJSACOP officials traveled to the U.S. Military Academy at... Read more →

Man Charged with Killing His 4-Month-Old Baby

May 25th, 2023 A Bristol Borough man was charged on Thursday, May 25, 2023, with killing his 4-month-old son. Tyler Sullivan, 30, was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Frank W. Peranteau Sr. on charges of criminal homicide and two counts of aggravated assault. He was sent to Bucks County Correctional Facility and was denied bail. The investigation began at 11:35 p.m. Wednesday when Bristol Borough police officers were dispatched to 1038 Radcliffe Street for a 4-month-old child in cardiac arrest. The baby was not breathing and cold to the touch. Police officers administered CPR, and the baby was transported to... Read more →

West Point Graduate to Address Class of 2023 for Lawnside Scholarship Club

LAWNSIDE, New Jersey (May 25, 2023) -- Jasmine Walker Motupalli, the only Lawnside woman appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, will speak virtually during the Lawnside Scholarship Club’s 2023 Salute to Graduating Seniors Awards Celebration, June 3, at 6 p.m. The event will be livestreamed on The 2002 alumna of Haddon Heights High School was the highest ranking Lawnside graduate and received the Scholarship Club’s top award in that year. Her talk will touch on her commitment after 9/11, Lawnside and her military career. Now based in Colorado, she considers Lawnside her hometown even though life... Read more →

Services for Rowan Women's Basketball Coach June 2

GLASSBORO, NJ (CNBNews)– Services will be held for Rowan head women's basketball coach and alumnus Demetrius Poles on Friday, June 2nd at Rowan University's Esbjornson Gymnasium. The viewing will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., with the funeral service to be held immediately after beginning at 11 a.m. Interment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Park (500 Delsea Drive, Sewell, NJ) following the service at Rowan. The beloved coach and family man passed away suddenly on May 20th. A GoFundMe account has been set up to support the Poles' family – SUPPORT Esbjornson Gymnasium is located at 301 N.... Read more →

Number of Complaints Against Tesla's Self Driving Cars is Growing

A whistleblower has unveiled thousands of customer complaints made against Tesla's self-driving cars, raising concerns over the safety of this advanced AI technology. The following comments from NordVPN's Adrianus Warmenhoven also consider the importance of ensuring these types of cars are protected against cybersecurity risks. Adrianus Warmenhoven, a cybersecurity expert at NordVPN, comments: “With the revelation that thousands of Tesla customer complaints have been leaked showing security concerns over the company’s self-driving cars, the controversy around this technology is revving up again. “There have been reports of self-acceleration and braking issues, both which should sound alarm bells to drivers and... Read more →

AHLA Fights NJ Assembly Plan to Destroy Hotel Franchise Model

A1958 passed the General Assembly Thursday, and is still pending in the state Senate WASHINGTON (May 25, 2023) – American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) President & CEO Chip Rogers is speaking out today against A1958, harmful legislation passed by the New Jersey General Assembly. “The current hotel franchise model is the backbone of the hotel industry. It supports millions of jobs nationwide and has paved the way for countless hoteliers and employees to achieve the American dream. Unfortunately, New Jersey General Assembly members today voted to destroy that successful model,” said AHLA President & CEO Chip Rogers. “A1958 would... Read more →

CNBNEWS Fishing: Young angler Olivia Frantz Catches Trout

Maryland Fishing Report – May 24 Young angler Olivia Frantz (left) caught this rainbow trout on a day out with her sister Emily and their dad, Ricky. Photo by Kimberly Sizemore Memorial Day weekend is a time to celebrate with family gatherings and also to reflect on those who gave all to protect the freedoms we enjoy. Fishing offers the time to do both – and this weekend is a perfect opportunity to take your youngsters out and collect some memories and smiles. Maryland will host the first of three license-free fishing days June 3. During a free fishing day,... Read more →

Margaret Rose Green (nee Connelly), of Glendora

Margaret Rose Green (nee Connelly), on May 22, 2023, a 40-year resident of Glendora, NJ; formerly of South Philadelphia, PA. Age 82. Beloved wife of the late Thomas Green. Devoted mother of Margie Schuman (Walter), John Green, Frank Green (Barbara), and the late Thomas Green, Jr. Loving grandmother of Meghan, Kelly, and Maggie and great grandmother of John and Jameson. Sister of the late Leo Connelly. Also survived by scores of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Margaret was a cafeteria aide with the Deptford Twp. School Syster for 30 years. She was a proud supporter of St. Teresa and Holy... Read more →

DOD Identifies Army Casualty, Spc. Jayson Reed Haven, 20, of Aiken, South Carolina

May 26, 2023 | The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Spartan Shield. Spc. Jayson Reed Haven, 20, of Aiken, South Carolina, died May 25, 2023, at Camp Buehring, Kuwait, as the result of a non-combat vehicle rollover accident. The incident is under investigation. Spc. Haven was assigned to Company B, 1st Battalion, 118th Infantry Regiment, 218th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, Charleston, South Carolina. Read more →

The DOD & NASCAR Highlight Fallen Heroes, Service During Coca Cola 600 

May 26, 2023 | By Katie Lange , DOD News | As Americans remember and mourn our fallen heroes this Memorial Day weekend, NASCAR nation will honor and recognize them alongside hundreds of current service members at one of the sport's biggest races of the year. The "600 Miles of Remembrance" is much more than just a race. Since 2018, all of the Defense Department's service branches have joined with NASCAR to honor the U.S. military during the Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Ahead of the race, several drivers also spend time at military... Read more →

Philadelphia Crime Report: 17-Year-Old Stabbed Outside the Parkway West High School

PHILADELPHIA PA (May 26, 2023)(CNBNews)--Philadelphia Police reported a stabbing today outside the Parkway West High School, Fairmount Avenue at 2:35 PM. The 17-year-old victim was stabbed in the buttock on the right side. The person was taken to Presbyterian Hospital and is listed in stable condition. Monday, May 22 at 5:12 PM, an 18-year-old black male was found inside a building in the 200-unit block of Horton Street. The male was transported to Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center. He was pronounced dead at 5:32 PM. Monday, May 22, at 5:19 PM at Penn/Arrott a 28-year-old male was shot in the right hip.... Read more →