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May 2023

Philadelphia Police Needs Your Help To Catch A Killer; $20,000 Reward Offered (See video)

PERSON OF INTEREST (image provided by Philadelphia Police) PHILADELPHIA PA (MAY26, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--On May 24, 2023, at approximately 10:51 pm, a Black male offender was in a verbal dispute with a male victim, 15-year-old Randy Mills of the Unit block of West Sharpnack St, on a SEPTA bus in the area of 5200 Germantown Avenue. The offender fired a handgun, striking the victim in the chest. The victim died of his injuries. Police would like assistance in identifying the offender. Police are also trying to identify a person of interest depicted in the following video, as well as any other potential... Read more →


LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION ! Gloucester City Police Featured on Award Winning Television Show

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 24, 2023)(CNBNews)--Officers from the Gloucester City Police Department involved in the April 28, 2022 rescue of a woman who drove her vehicle off of Freedom Pier into the Delaware River were featured on the May 11 television show Hearts of Heroes. The award-winning program showcases the heroic work of brave first responders in the aftermath of manmade and natural disasters. The program airs on ABC stations as part of "Weekend Adventure," an educational/informational programming block airing Saturday mornings in most local markets. The three Gloucester City officers, Detective Sergeant Carlos DePoder, Officer Sean Gartland, and Officer... Read more →


The Various Forms Of Poker Games And Their Rules

There are numerous variants of the traditional card game of poker. Each variation has its own set of rules and strategies that players should understand in order to maximize their chances of success at the tables. In order to help you choose your favorite game wisely, we'll go over the most common varieties of poker games and their associated rules in this section. photo by Pixbay Texas Hold'em It is the most well-known and widely played type of poker today and is often considered the "Cadillac" of poker. In this game, each player is dealt two downcards (hole cards) that... Read more →


Ujamaa Cafe Coming To The Abramson Cancer Center

(CNBNews)--This June 13th, 2023, the Coalition for Food and Health Equity in partnership with Penn Presbyterian Medical Center's (PPMC) Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania's School on Social Policy and Practice and with the generous support of the American Cancer Society, Coalition Equity is excited to launch Ujamaa Cafe™ at the Abramson Cancer Center. The Ujamaa Cafe™ at PPMC's Abramson Cancer Center provides free access to fresh, healthy, premade breakfast, lunch, snack, and beverage items to patients at the Abramson Cancer Center. The Ujamaa Cafe™ fridge is another step to reducing the trade-offs many food-insecure patients must make... Read more →


Eleanor A. Kain, Gloucester City; Founder of the Ponytail League, Board of Health President

Gloucester City - On May 23, 2023. Age 85. (nee Morlachetta). Surrounded and in the loving care of her children, Jack (Bernadette) Kain, Lillian (Mike) Kain-Beese, Paul (Maggie) Kain and the late Patricia A. “Tricia” Kain-Sauter (surviving husband Jim) all of “The Holy City.” Predeceased by her loving and devoted husband of 59 years, John “Jack” V. Kain; her parents, Paul and Helen Morlachetta and her brother, George Morlachetta. Cherished grandmother of Michael, Keirstin, Nicholas, Timothy (Amy), Kevin, Jack, Christopher, Gillian, Stephen, Henry and Magdalene and great-grandmother of Ethan. Loving sister of Paul Morlachetta (Marie), Barry Morlachetta (Carole) and Linda... Read more →


Former NFL Quarterback Shares Personal Story of Opioid Addiction with Oakcrest Student-Athletes

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (CNBNews) — Student-athletes at Oakcrest High School received an education on the risks of prescription opioids from a source with first-hand knowledge about the devastating impact of addiction. New Jersey native and former NFL quarterback Ray Lucas spoke to hundreds of students gathered in the high school auditorium Tuesday morning about his rise to the top of his profession and how his addiction to opioids following his career almost crashed his life. The event was part of the Knock Out Opioid Abuse initiative, a program created by the Partnership for a Drug-Free (PDFNJ) and Horizon Blue Cross... Read more →


Shawn M. Miller, 39, of Gloucester City

On May 15, 2023. Age 39. Of Gloucester City. Predeceased by his parents, George E. Miller, Sr. and Eileen Miller (nee Burns). Survived by his children, Zachary Miller, Hayley Rose Miller and Riley Eileen Miller; his siblings, George Miller (Krista), Michael Miller (Christine) and Melissa Adamski as well as many loving nieces and nephews. Shawn was a graduate of Gloucester City High School class of 2001. He worked many years for Midlantic Fire in Cinnaminson. Shawn loved spending time with all his family and friends. He loved the outdoors, including crabbing, fishing, camping and hunting with his family. He was... Read more →


VIDEO: What Is Happening To Our Country? Why Is There So Much Hatred?

Guest Opinion There was a time when there was literally the United States of America. Not everyone agreed with each other; but unlike today, people didn't get beaten just because they had a difference of opinion. And each Sunday at the NFL game people stood for the playing of the National Anthem; players didn't kneel, and no one hid in the locker room until the anthem was over. Believe it or not, some of us actually got goosebumps when the anthem was sung. For those who long for the "Good Old Days" take a moment and watch this short video... Read more →


Camden Night Gardens – Friday, May 26 in Cooper’s Poynt Park

Celebrating Arts and Culture in the City of Camden & the Kick-Off of the 2023 Connect The Lots Season Camden, NJ – The City of Camden, Camden County, and Camden Community Partnership (CCP) are set to host the 2023 Camden Night Gardens on Friday, May 26 from 6-10 p.m. in Cooper’s Poynt Park in Camden, NJ (on the North Camden waterfront along the Delaware River). Camden Night Gardens is a free nighttime art, music, food and performance festival and the kick-off event for the 2023 Connect the Lots season – a program designed to engage Camden residents in neighborhood transformation... Read more →


Breaking the Bank: Expert Strategies for Dominating Live Casino Games in the Digital Age

If you are tired of losing big bucks when playing live casino games, look no further because we have the expert strategies you need to break the bank and come out on top. In the digital age, live casino games have become increasingly popular, and with the right tactics, you can increase your winnings and have more fun. We have insider tips and tricks for live casino games that will give you a significant advantage. Let's dive in! Benefits Of Playing Live Casino Games Online Playing casino live online games offer several advantages over traditional brick-and-mortar casinos. First and foremost,... Read more →


From the Court to Your Screen: Get Ready for the Top New Jersey College Basketball Teams

Are you a basketball fan looking for some exciting college action? Look no further than the top New Jersey college basketball teams. These teams are gearing up for an unforgettable season filled with high-flying dunks, buzzer-beating shots, and intense rivalries. From the Seton Hall Pirates to the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, you won't want to miss a single game. Get ready to cheer on your favorite team and witness their journey to the top. Join the conversation on social media, share your predictions, and get ready for a season full of heart-pumping moments. Meanwhile, do not forget to go through the... Read more →


TWO ALARM FIRE 300-UNIT- BLOCK OF RIDGEWAY STREET/GLOUCESTER CITY NJ

UPDATED photo credit Marianne Clark photo credit CBS Philadelphia GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--There was a two-alarm fire in the 300-unit block of Ridgeway Street Wednesday night, around 11 PM. Neighbors said the fire started in the basement and quickly spread to multiple row homes. Three families were displaced and a fireman was injured properties. The fire is under investigation. RELATED: MULTIPLE FIRE ALARM ON BURDSALL AVENUE, TWO DWELLINGS WERE DAMAGED; NO ONE INJURED Read more →


Delaware Residents 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 from the wild almost inevitably means that... Read more →


BOMB POP PATROL ICE CREAM TRUCK UNVEILED

JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! SEWELL, NJ (CNBNEWS)--In keepng with our Community Caretaking mission, the Washington Township Police Department is proud to announce our newest tool to reach even more members of our community, our Bomb Pop Patrol Ice Cream Truck. The Washington Township Police Department continues to be at the forefront of Community Caretaking by actively seeking new and innovative ideas to engage and create positive experiences between the Washington Township Police Department and our residents. Please join us, as we unveil our newest tool in our efforts to meet our mission every day.We will unveil our newest Police... Read more →


CNBNews Traffic Alert: Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound Detour

Closed and detoured Thursday night Overnight closures necessary to repair guiderail and attenuators (Trenton) - The Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound is schedule to be closed and detoured Thursday night for guiderail and attenuator repairs as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 p.m. Thursday, May 25 until 5 a.m. Friday, May 26 the Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound will be closed and detoured to repair the attenuator at the exit. The following detour will be in place Friday night: Route 42 northbound Exit 1B ramp to I-295 northbound... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Worcester Polytechnic, McDaniel, Alvernia, York, Grove

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Students Complete Intensive Research Projects WORCESTER, MA (05/24/2023)-- All students at Worcester Polytechnic Institute are required to complete a senior thesis as part of the university's distinctive project-based educational experience called the Major Qualifying Project (MQP), one that is usually team-based and often focuses on very specific issues or needs of an organization that has partnered with the university to sponsor the student's work. In addition to providing tangible work experience that proves valuable to employers, MQPs often lead to publications in peer-reviewed journals, presentations at regional and national conferences, patents, and entrepreneurial ventures. Others become useful... Read more →


Humane Society Rescues 114 Dogs from NC Puppy Mill

One week ago, the Humane Society of the United States assisted the Hertford County Sheriff’s Office in rescuing 114 dogs from alleged cruelty at a breeding operation in North Carolina. Conditions on the property were filthy, hazardous and consistent with egregious neglect. Veterinarians immediately noted that some of the dogs were severely emaciated, and some were so dehydrated that they required subcutaneous fluids on-scene. The dogs have embarked on their long road to recovery, starting with much-needed veterinary care in a comfortable, safe environment. (PHOTOS). A dog that was rescued from a large-scale breeder in Hertford Co., NC by the... Read more →


LIBERTY STATE PARK REVITALIZATION ANNOUNCED

Jersey City, NJ - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) held its rescheduled open house at Liberty State Park today. The open house revealed the state’s park-wide revitalization program to restore and enhance natural features; provide active outdoor recreation amenities, add arts, cultural, and community spaces, expand passive recreation opportunities, improve transportation to and within the park, and improve and build resilience to climate change. The revitalization program will include three different phases. Phase 1A: Cleanup, Restoration, and Resilience, Phase 1B: Immediate Active Recreation, Arts & Culture, and Phase 2: Holistic Long-term Master Plan. The end result of... Read more →


CNBNEWS CHEERS AND JEERS FOR MAY 2023

Updated JEER-Gloucester City promised Barnard Avenue residents that their street was going to be repaved. They are still waiting. The city did hire a contractor but he never finished the job. In fact, the street is actually worst than before. WE would be better off with a dirt road. CHEER — Crystal Johnson (GHS Class of 2021 alum) became a College All American Soccer player at Rowan University in her freshman year. In March this year, she joined the Rowan College Golf team without ever playing on a golf course. Crystal picked up her first Golf Club on March 1,... Read more →


Atlantic City Police Arrest Four on Drug Charges

image courtesy of the Atlantic City Police Department ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (May 23, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Atlantic City Police Department arrested four men and recovered drugs and a gun while targeting specific locations of frequent complaints from residents and business owners. On May 19, 2023, Detectives Christopher Dodson, Eric Evans, Alberto Valles, and Kevin Perez, under the supervisor of Sergeant Garry Stowe, were assigned to patrol specific areas of the city to combat the distribution of narcotics and suppress violent crime. Detective Dodson received detailed information in reference to a group of men selling narcotics in the 2400 block of Arctic Avenue.... Read more →


Gloucester Catholic's Cafe Cabaret June 9

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 24, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic's Performing Arts program will be transforming the school's cafeteria into a 1920s Cabaret on Friday, June 9th. Performances, thematic snacks, and an entertaining night. Read more →


PUBLIC DEBUT OF TWIN SLOTH BEAR CUBS; HELP CHOOSE THEIR NAMES

PHILADELPHIA ZOO CELEBRATES Birth of Twin Sloth Bear Cubs photo provided by The Philadelphia Zoo Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Zoo has officially introduced its two four-month-old sloth bear cubs to the world as excited guests, Zoo members, staff, and volunteers witnessed the historic moment. The cubs, two males born on January 2, 2023, to 10-year-old mom Kayla and 10-year-old dad Bhalu, have until now been behind-the-scenes with Kayla inside their den. To accompany their long-awaited debut, the Zoo is now asking for the public’s help in choosing names for the boys. The pairs of names, chosen by Zoo staff, all... Read more →


Roberta Virgina Thompson, 98, GHS Alumnus

Roberta Virginia Thompson (nee Bozarth) died on 05/17/2023 at the age of 98. She is predeceased by her parents, beloved husband Edward, and precious son William. She is survived by her children, son Paul and daughter Anne Wurst and their fine families of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Roberta graduated with honors from Gloucester City High School and Glassboro State College. She taught for several years before retiring from Blackwood Elementary School in 1989. After retirement she volunteered with a Reading project and Contact USA. She was an active member of the First Baptist Church of Pitman, serving in many capacities. Services... Read more →


FACE OF DEFENSE: Navy Ensign Frank William Crilley, Medal of Honor and Navy Cross Recipient

When Navy Ensign Frank William Crilley joined the service, he likely didn't realize he would become the hero of some of the country's most dramatic undersea rescue and salvage operations of the 20th century. The master diver excelled in his craft, broke records and earned both the Medal of Honor and the Navy Cross along the way. Crilley was born Sept. 13, 1883, in Trenton, New Jersey, to parents Frank and Mary Crilley. He had a brother, Lawrence, who also served in the Navy, according to the Congressional Medal of Honor Society. The family lived in Newton, New Jersey, and... Read more →


Emmett W. Ross, of Audubon, Volunteer Fireman

In life, things of the spirit are what count. Brotherhood and cheerfulness. Early on Emmett W. Ross learned confidence, camaraderie and was instilled with; being helpful, friendly, courteous and trustworthy. He was passionate, loyal and dedicated. To his family, his community and his scouts. "Arrowmen" demonstrate exceptional service, personal effort and unselfish interest, understanding that an arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward. When life pulls you back with difficulties we'll be launched into something new. On Thursday May 14, 2020 life pulled the Ross family back. Emmett passed away at the age of 67 and we were... Read more →


$5.2 million in Federal Grants for 6 NJ Communities

Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside grants will help municipalities in South Jersey (Trenton) – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) in partnership with the South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization (SJTPO) today announced the award of $5.2 million for six federal grants under theTransportation Alternatives Set-Aside (TA Set-Aside) program. “As part of NJDOT’s Commitment to Communities, we work with the three metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to provide federal funding to counties and municipalities for local transportation projects that improve safety andstrengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of our transportation system,” NJDOT Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti said. “The grants announced today will fund projects... Read more →


Festival Season in Delaware County; An Event-full Season Ahead in Delco

FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Festival season is here in Delaware County! Gather your friends and family for food fests, cultural celebrations, historic reenactments, live music and more. Check out the full list of Delco festivals and events happening this spring and summer. SEE THE LINEUP Soak Up Spring in Full Bloom Spring has sprung in Delaware County. From parks and preserves to nationally acclaimed gardens and arboretums, nature awakens with colorful landscapes just waiting to be explored. TAKE ME THERE Where to Find Family Fun There’s plenty for families to see, do and discover in Delaware County. Think thrilling soccer games... Read more →


Fire At Gloucester Iron and Metal; Residents Said They Heard A Loud Explosion

UPDATED Photo credit Tyler Smith GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (MAY 23, 2023)(CNBNews)—Today, around 2:30 PM, there was a multiple-alarm fire at the Gloucester Iron and Metal, a junkyard located on 10th Street and South Broadway. Nearby residents said they heard a loud explosion and saw a large plume of black smoke coming from the facility. One woman said the explosion knocked her out of her chair. The fire was isolated to one section of the junkyard. Above Westville volunteers, Engine #736 can be seen spraying water on the fire. The matter remains under investigation. Photo credit Tyler Smith Photo credit Tyler... Read more →


Doris M. Souder, age 85 of Haddon Heights

Doris M. Souder (nee Hansen), age 85 of Haddon Heights, formerly of Audubon, passed away on Sunday, May 21, 2023, at Virtua Hospital, Voorhees. Doris is the widow of her late husband Robert Souder, Sr., and is survived by her children Bob & his wife Carol (nee DiGiacomo) Souder and Kim & her husband John Grohowski. Mrs. Souder is the proud grandmother of Nicky & his wife Alexis, Amy, Tyler, and great-grandmother of Sofia and Levi. The Souder family asks that you celebrate Mrs. Souder’s life and memory by planting a flower in your spring garden to remember Doris’ love... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL NEWS: Stroke Leading Cause of Death/Disability in United State

(NAPSI)—You work hard to help keep yourself and your loved ones healthy. To help, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) reminds everyone that stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States. About 800,000 people in the country have a stroke each year. The good news is, when treated quickly, survival is possible and damage can be greatly reduced. That’s why understanding your risk for stroke, knowing signs of stroke, and acting in time are critical and can make all the difference for you or someone you care for. If you have a... Read more →


Angel Torres, 33, pleaded guilty to first degree Aggravated Manslaughter

Camden City N.J.(CNBNews)— A Glassboro Township man has pleaded guilty to Aggravated Manslaughter for the fatal shooting of a man in Camden City in 2021, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. On May 16, 2023, before Judge Kurt Kramer, Angel Torres, 33, pleaded guilty to first degree Aggravated Manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Michael Giancola on January 2, 2021. At approximately 5:58 a.m., on Saturday, January 2, 2021, Torres encountered Giancola, 24, on the 1800 block of South 6th Street in Camden City. The two men had a verbal exchange, then Giancola got into the driver’s seat of... Read more →


STARTING JUNE 1 NEW JERSEY TEENS CAN OBTAIN WORKING PAPERS ONLINE

Department of Labor and Workforce Development Young Workers The way teens obtain working papers in New Jersey will be changing on June 1, 2023! Thanks to a new law, the working papers process will be online and streamlined. Rather than going through local schools, younger workers will simply visit this site and be walked through a few easy steps. IF YOU NEED PAPERS BEFORE JUNE 1:https://nj.gov/labor/youngworkers/find-a-job/working-papers/ MORE INFORMATION FOR YOUNG WORKERS:https://nj.gov/labor/youngworkers Help us spread the word! NJDOL wants to be sure every school official, teenager, parent, and employer knows about the new process so that no teenager experiences a delay... Read more →


CAMDEN COUNTY ROCKS!

The Camden County Board of Commissioners is excited to announce the return of the Summer Parks Concert Series for 2023. The concert series will enliven and amplify the green spaces throughout the 2,700 acres of parkland in the county and provide something for everyone. All shows Mondays at 8:00 PM Arrested Development – June 12 Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning group that changed hip hop with their defiant lyrics of hope Celisse – June 26 Prodigiously talented songwriter and musician defined by her original music and hard-rocking, soulful voice Sheila E. – July 10 Legendary percussionist, singer, and producer, honored with a... Read more →


Click It Or Ticket Begins May 22 through June 6

The Gloucester Township Police Department will join with police from around the country in cracking down on unbuckled motorists and passengers as part of the national "Click it or Ticket" enforcement and education campaign. Beginning May 22 and running through June 4, the annual "Click It or Ticket" national mobilization utilizes high visibility seat belt checkpoints and saturation patrols, in combination with local and national publicity efforts, to reiterate the life-saving value of seat belts. GTPD Officers will be assigned to conduct enforcement operations on the roadways identified throughout town that have higher incidents of crashes involving unrestrained occupants. Additional... Read more →


Blessing and Dedication of Saint Joseph's Place

PHILADELPHIA, PA (CNBNews)----Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez blessed and dedicated the 50-unit facility which will provide affordable housing for independent seniors in Delaware County. It is the sixth such facility opened by Catholic Housing and Community Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia Today at a special ceremony, Most Reverend Nelson J. Pérez, Archbishop of Philadelphia, blessed and dedicated Saint Joseph Place, a new affordable housing community for independent seniors in Collingdale (Delaware County). Catholic Housing and Community Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia (CHCS) along with project development partners, City, Borough, and Government Officials, donors, and community supporters joined the Archbishop... Read more →


CAMDEN COUNTY BRIDGE REPAIR CLOSURES

Route 130 overnight lane closures this week for bridge repairs in Camden County Daytime closures on bridges over Route 130 in Mercer County (Trenton) – Varying lanes on Route 130 are scheduled to be closed overnight this week on the Route 130 Bridge over the South Branch of Newton Creek in Gloucester City and Haddon, Camden County and on the Route 130 Bridge over Little Timber Creek in Brooklawn and Gloucester City, Camden County. In addition, daytime lane closures are scheduled this week on various bridges over Route 130 in Hamilton, Mercer County. Monday Night, May 22 and Tuesday Night,... Read more →


NJ Muslim Officers Society Participate In Atlantic City's Chai With A Cop

CORRECTION photo provided ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (May 22, 2023)(CNBNews)--The New Jersey Muslim Officers Society and members from @AtlanticCityPD ,@NJOHSP, and @NJSP participated in Atlantic City’s first Chai With A Cop. Members answered questions about the roles of the various law enforcement agencies in attendance, recruiting, and future outreach initiatives. New Jersey Muslim Officers Society is New Jersey's first and the Nation's second fraternal organization representing American Muslim Law Enforcement Officer Read more →


Attention Gloucester Heights Residents!!!

Traffic on Nicholson Road is limited to one lane due to the work on the Nicholson Road I-76 underpass. This is the second time within a week that water had to be shut off in Gloucester Heights because of the ongoing construction. ~CNBNews photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 22, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Heights residents will have no water on Tuesday May 23 beginning around 8:30 AM. The action is being taken because of the ongoing work at the NJ DOT project on the nearby Nicholson Road 1-76 underpass. Once the contractor makes repairs to the water line, it will be turned on.... Read more →


REGISTER NOW FOR THE Gloucester Township Police Junior Police Academy! 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Gloucester Township Police is proud to announce the dates for the 2023 Gloucester Township Police Junior Police Academy! ANNOUNCEMENTS The juveniles will be considered cadets and will be given a uniform to wear every day. The Junior Police Academy consists of physical training, lectures, presentations, hands on activities and a field trip. The Junior Police Academy culminates with a graduation for each class. The Junior Cadets will learn how to march and work together as squads. Cadets will learn the importance of being physically fit, staying drug free, teamwork and respect. Registration begins TODAY, May 15,... Read more →


Since January 1 the Number of Illegals Crossing the Boarder is Greater than the Population of Delaware'

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The number of people illegally entering the U.S. solely through the southern border in the first four months of this year is greater than the population of Delaware, the home state of the president, and the populations of five other states. CRIME So far this year, at least 1,047,528, people have been apprehended or reported evading capture, according to data analyzed by The Center Square. The total is greater than the estimated populations of Delaware (1,031,985), South Dakota (923,484), North Dakota (780,588), Alaska (732,294), Vermont (647,156) and Wyoming... Read more →


Mental Health Awareness Walk at Wiggins Waterfront Park

Camden CITY N.J.(MAY 20, 2023)(CNBNEWS)-Today, in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, and to show support for those impacted by mental health and substance use disorders, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, the Camden County Office of Mental Health & Addiction, Department of Health & Human Services, and service providers joined together for the annual Mental Health Awareness Walk at Wiggins Waterfront Park in Camden. This event provided the ability to positively impact the Camden County community and to raise awareness of mental health illnesses and substance use issues. Each day, many of our loved ones across the region struggle with... Read more →


Humane Society Report on 100 Problem Puppy Mills

The Humane Society of the United States has released its annual report sampling 100 problem puppy mills and dealers operating throughout the country Our report is assembled annually by combing through federal and state inspection records for citations and instances of animal suffering, as well as consumer complaints and undercover footage. This year’s report describes violations such as breeders failing to provide veterinary care to injured and emaciated dogs, dogs and puppies exposed to extreme weather, breeders performing ‘DIY’ euthanasia and surgery, and dogs living in cramped, filthy and unsafe conditions. CRIME Photo and video from state/USDA inspection reports. The... Read more →


CNB Spotlight on NJ College Students: Lehigh U, York College, SUNY

Madison Kahn of Ocean City, NJ presented with Lehigh University's Athletic Department's Distinguished Achievement Award. BETHLEHEM, PA (05/18/2023)-- Madison Kahn of Ocean City, NJ was awarded Lehigh University's Athletic Department's Distinguished Achievement Award. Twelve student-athletes were recipients of the Distinguished Achievement Award. These recipients are senior student-athletes who have displayed a high level of scholarship, significant athletic achievement at the league level (and beyond) and demonstrated service to the institution. Winners included softball's Carley Barjaktarovich, Josh Humphreys from wrestling, Maddie Kahn from field hockey, Kerem Ayhan and Jake Martinez from men's cross country and track and field, Sarah Bonthuis from... Read more →


Loring Flemming Elementary School Donuts with Dudes/Muffins with My Lady May 23 and 25

BLACKWOOD, NJ (May 22, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Loring Flemming Elementary School, 135 Little Gloucester Rd, Blackwood, is holding its annual "Donuts with Dudes" event on Tuesday, May 23rd, and the " Muffins with My Lady" event on Thursday, May 25th. Aaron J. Rose- Principal ([email protected]) stated his office has received over 500 responses to attend so far. "This event gives special "dudes" and special "ladies" a chance to spend time with their child/nephew/family friend before heading off to work or other obligations. There is no cost for anyone attending. This is our way of connecting with the community and partnering with local... Read more →


How to Choose the Right PPE for Your Employees

How a business chooses the personal protective equipment (PPE) for their workers has a stronger and more long reaching impact than is often realised. For example, poor PPE selection can lead to personal injuries, deaths, project halts, investigations, expensive lawsuits, crippling fines, and more. The process of PPE selection can be tricky though, and even the best intentions may not mean much if you don’t know what you should be looking for. On that note, here are a few veteran tips for making better investments and selections while buying personal protective equipment. Be Specific Even though two protective eye shields... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL: EYE EXAMS AND YOUR OVERALL HEALTH

NAPSI)—It may come as a surprise to some, but an ophthalmologist can help you keep an eye on your overall health. In fact, an ophthalmologist—a physician who specializes in medical and surgical eye care—may be the first to detect if you’re at risk for a heart attack, stroke or other life-threatening conditions. That’s because subtle, early damage to tiny blood vessels in the eyes can provide important clues about what is happening in the small blood vessels of the brain and heart. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends all adults receive a comprehensive eye exam by age 40, and every... Read more →


OLD CITY EATS RETURNS FOR SIXTH SEASON EVERY THURSDAY

AT OVER 20 RESTAURANTS AND BARS WITH A KICK-OFF BLOCK PARTY SET FOR JUNE 1ST * The summer-long happy hour features discounted food and drink every Thursday between June 1st and August 31st * Philadelphia, PA - Old City District showcases its thriving dining scene with the return of Old City Eats, kicking off with the Old City Eats Block Party on Thursday, June 1st and running every Thursday DINING OUT through August 31, 2023. Every week this summer look for discounted small plates, cocktails and cold beers at over 20 restaurants, bars and eateries between 5:00pm to 7:00pm. For... Read more →


Accepting Cheers And Jeers Suggestions

CNBNews is preparing a Cheer and Jeer column also known as The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. If you have anyone/anything that you feel deserves a Cheer or a Jeer now is the time to speak up. CNBNews graphic file Send your remarks to [email protected] Everyone can participate. You need not be from Gloucester City. Residents from neighboring communities are also welcome. Thank You for your help. William E. Cleary Sr Editor Read more →


New Warehouse Moving to Gloucester City

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ – Snapl, a leader in 3PL, Fulfillment, FBA-Prep, and Logistics Services since 1989, announces the strategic positioning of its warehouse facility in Gloucester City, NJ, poised to transform the efficiency of food industry logistics in the region. Located conveniently across from the Holt Logistics, Del Monte Tropical, and PhilaPort Terminals, the warehouse is within reach of terminals that process over 600,000 20 ft. equivalent units (TEUs) of containerized cargo annually. This prime location empowers Snapl to significantly reduce transportation time and costs for its clients, enabling faster and more efficient access to goods. The warehouse showcases 35,000... Read more →


ROWAN IS Marietta Regional 2023 NCAA Tournament WINNER

MARIETTA, OHIO -- #20 Rowan scored three runs in the top of the seventh to break a 2-2 tie to go and defeat Pfeiffer, 6-3, to capture the Marietta Regional of the 2023 NCAA Tournament Sunday afternoon. The Profs advance to the NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2019 where the team will play at Randolph-Macon in a three-game series in Ashland, Virginia beginning on Friday. REGIONAL HOMEPAGE | NCAA BRACKET After suffering a 6-3 decision earlier in the day to Pfeiffer which forced a winner-take-all seventh game of the regional, Rowan used key hits late in the... Read more →