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October 2023

Lower Township Police Participate in No-Shave November

LOWER TOWNSHIP NJ (October 31, 2023)(CNBNews)--Starting on November 1, 2023 through November 30, 2023, the Lower Township Police Department, along with many other departments nationwide, will be participating in “No-Shave November.” One of the goals of “No-Shave November” is to raise cancer awareness by embracing our hair (which many cancer patients lose), and letting it grow wild and free. Another goal is to use the money you typically would spend on shaving and grooming, to educate about cancer prevention, save lives and aid those fighting the battle. Our officers and staff will be contributing a minimum of $50.00 per month... Read more →

Three People Stabbed in Glassboro, Suspect Arrested

GLASSBORO, NJ (October 31, 2023)(CNBNews)--On Friday, October 27, 2023, at approximately 11:22 P.M., officers from the Glassboro Police Department were dispatched to Oakwood Avenue for the report of (3) individuals who had been stabbed. Upon arrival, they discovered (3) adult males from Brick, New Jersey, suffering knife wounds. Two victims were transported to Cooper Hospital in Camden, New Jersey, while the third was transported to Inspira Hospital in Mullica Hill. A joint investigation was initiated by the Glassboro Police Department and the GCPO, rapidly leading to the identification of a suspect. Several hours later, the suspect, 20-year-old Michael Hill of... Read more →


Dina Rogers to lead agency that serves important reentry mission throughout the State of New Jersey The New Jersey State Parole Board has recently announced the appointment of Dina Rogers as the new Executive Director of the agency. Rogers, who has been an employee of the State Parole Board since 2000, will be responsible for overseeing and managing a team of more than 600 sworn law enforcement and civilian staff as they process and supervise the over 16,000 individuals currently under the supervision of the State Parole Board. Her new role will begin on November 1, 2023. Chairman of the... Read more →

Gloucester City: New Jersey's Next Big Casino Hub?

Gloucester City, New Jersey, once a hidden gem along the Delaware River, is swiftly gaining recognition as an emerging casino hub. With its strategic location, burgeoning tourism, and proactive local governance, this small city is making big waves in the gaming industry. Join us as we delve into the various factors contributing to Gloucester City's ascent in the world of casinos, painting a picture of a community poised for entertainment and economic prosperity. CNBNews graphic files Strategic Location and Connectivity Situated between the bustling cities of Philadelphia and Camden, Gloucester City enjoys a prime location that is easily accessible via... Read more →

Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board Minutes for September 20 Meeting Released

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 30, 2023)(CNBNews)--The minutes of the Gloucester City Planning/Zoning Board meeting held on September 20, 2023, were made available to the public on October 30, 2023. During the meeting, Cheryl Walters, who was representing the owner of CSLR Sober House, 32 Champion Road, appeared before the Board to request a D-use variance for the property located in the commercial zone. Meghan Martinsen testified during the meeting as a landlord and provided information about the owner and operator of Gateway Recovery Resources at 32 Champion Road. She testified that a rehab home for women, where they live and... Read more →

GCHS Needs Your Help ! Make A Donation to Donor Development Fund

Support Gloucester Catholic's 2023 Donor Development Campaign! Click on Cover Below to View Full Report! Please consider making an online donation to Gloucester Catholic's 2023 Donor Development Campaign to support Ram students and their families who need financial assistance for tuition. We currently have raised more than $21,000 -- about 70% of our 2023 campaign goal of $30,000. The easiest way to make a donation is through Venmo or our secure online donation portal. See three easy ways to donate below. Three Ways To Give! Thank You From Gloucester Catholic! (Consider making a recurring gif!) VENMO -- @gcramsgiving ONLINE --... Read more →

Open Letter to University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill

CNBnews graphic file Dear President Magill, We are writing to express our concerns about your failure to condemn the recent antisemitic graffiti uncovered the evening of October 20 next to the University of Pennsylvania’s Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) chapter house. The graffiti in question read “The Jews R Nazis.” The University of Pennsylvania’s swift condemnation of this graffiti is needed to show Jewish students that you are committed to ensuring their safety and well-being, especially at a time when it is being threatened nationwide. While we understand that the University’s Division of Public Safety is still investigating the incident as... Read more →


MUNICIPALITIES ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR PROGRAM DESIGNATION AND BEGIN PROCESS OF TRANSFORMING LOCAL BLIGHTED PROPERTIES (23/P60) TRENTON – Renewing its commitment to a fairer and greener New Jersey, Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette today announced the relaunch of the DEP’s nationally recognized Brownfield Development Area Program, which aims to assist selected communities across the state in designing and implementing comprehensive remediation and redevelopment plans for underutilized contaminated properties. Municipalities are encouraged to apply here through April 30, 2024 to designate abandoned and blighted properties in their communities as a Brownfield Development Area (BDA). A BDA designation will kickstart a... Read more →

Scotton Landing Boat Ramp to Close Nov. 7 for Reconstruction

New Ramp, Courtesy Dock and Repaved Parking Lot Coming Next Spring The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today that the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife boat ramp facility at Scotton Landing (also known as Barkers Landing) on the St. Jones River, and located off Trap Shooters Road near Magnolia, will be closed for reconstruction starting Monday, Nov. 7, 2023. The Scotton Landing project is anticipated to be completed by April 1, 2024, weather notwithstanding. The project includes a new boat ramp, a new courtesy dock, and a repaved parking lot. The fishing pier at Scotton... Read more →

Evil Genius Beer Co., Invites Public to Name a Beer

GET IN ON SILLY NAMES FOR SERIOUS BEERS Philadelphia, PA - For the past twelve years, the brewers at Evil Genius Beer Company have prided themselves on their “Very Silly Names for Very Serious Beers” often citing citing fan-favorite movie quotes, hilarious memes, and timeless song lyrics. Brews like “Stacy’s Mom," “There’s No Crying In Baseball," and even “I Love Lamp” have become staples in beer fridges across the Northeast. Now, the Philadelphia-based brewers are giving the public a chance to get in on the action and create some nostalgia of their own with a competition to name one of... Read more →

Truck Driver Fatigue: A Growing Problem & Its Impact on Accidents

Truck driver fatigue is an increasingly concerning issue within the transportation industry. The demanding schedules and long hours on the road have made it difficult for truck drivers to maintain adequate rest and sleep. This growing problem not only affects the health and well-being of drivers but also significantly impacts road safety, leading to an increased risk of accidents. Causes of Truck Driver Fatigue Truck driver fatigue can be attributed to several factors, both within and outside the driver's control. Driver fatigue can lead to someone being injured in a truck accident. Long Working Hours. Many truck drivers are expected... Read more →

Three Upcoming GTPD Community Events

Coming To The Gloucester Premium Outlets This November! A THIRD Gloucester Township Police Community Event at the Gloucester Premium Outlets has been added to the month of November: GTPD Cookie With A Cop! Mark your calendars for all three events, all taking place in the center courtyard of the Gloucester Premium Outlets!: Wednesday, November 1st- Starbucks is hosting our GTPD Coffee With A Cop from 11 AM to 1 PM! Stop by while shopping and enjoy a free cup of coffee and a chat with a Police Officer! Wednesday, November 15th- Home Slice Mobile Pizza Oven is hosting our GTPD... Read more →

Some of the Best Breakfast Restaurants in SJ

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 30, 2023)(CNBNews)--Station 97.3 ESPN recently listed the 25 restaurants in South Jersey that offer the most delicious breakfasts. Several are in our area and definitely worth the time and trip. Here are the restaurants close to us. Lamp Post on Little Gloucester Rd in Clementon. Sharky's on Somerdale Rd in Blackwood. Blair Mountain Biscuit on the Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. Chubby Chick's Cafe on Little Gloucester Rd in Blackwood. Meadows Dinner on the Black Horse Pike in Blackwood. The Eagle Diner on Blackwood-Clementon Rd in Pine Hill. Phily Diner on the... Read more →

Virtual Reality Naloxone Training

Camden City N.J.(October– On Friday, the Board of Commissioners joined the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, the Camden County Addiction Awareness Task Force and staff from University of Pennsylvania’s Schools of Nursing and the Annenberg School of Communications to unveil a virtual reality Naloxone training video created for Camden County. The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office enlisted the University of Pennsylvania to create a locally tailored training video on Narcan administration, using virtual reality to create an immersive viewing experience. The nine-minute video was supported by funding from the 2022 Overdose Data to Action Operation Helping Hand grant, administered by the New... Read more →

MISSING! Kimberly Roane of Whitman Park

(Camden, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing 15-year- old from Whitman Park. Kimberly Roane has been reported missing from her home on the 2000 block of Ferry Avenue. She is described as a black female, 5’5”, 140 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. She was last seen wearing a sweatshirt, jeans and black and white Nike sneakers and carrying a black purse. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856) 757-7042. Read more →

Camden County Police Celebrates Annual Festival of Frights  

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (October 30, 2023)(CNBNews)--On Monday, October 30, members of the Camden County Police Department will be distributing candy and prizes to children at the Yorkship Square in Fairview. They will be wearing their Halloween costumes. This year, members of the Camden County Police Department are going all out for Halloween. They will be hosting its annual Festival of Frights on Monday. “This is a highly anticipated event each year, and we are always striving to organize community-centered activities for our residents,” Chief Gabriel Rodriguez said. “We encourage everyone to come out to Yorkship Square to have some Halloween... Read more →

Budgeting and Saving Lessons: How Real Money Slots Can Benefit Family Finances

Managing family finances can often be a challenging endeavor, with bills, groceries, education, and other expenses constantly vying for your hard-earned money. But what if we told you that there's a surprising way to learn valuable budgeting and saving lessons while still enjoying a bit of entertainment? image courtesy of Dreamstime Real money slots, those familiar games that you may have encountered in a casino or online gaming site, can offer more than just the thrill of spinning the reels. In this article, we'll explore how playing real money slots can provide financial lessons that benefit your family's financial health... Read more →

Weather Alert: Coastal Flood Advisory until 02:00PM Monday in South Jersey

* WHAT...Up to one-half foot of inundation above ground level expected in low-lying areas near shorelines and tidal waterways. * WHERE...Middlesex, Western Monmouth, Eastern Monmouth, Ocean, Coastal Ocean and Southeastern Burlington. * WHEN...From 8 AM to 2 PM EDT Monday. * IMPACTS...At this level, flooding begins on the most vulnerable roads in coastal and bayside communities, and along inland tidal waterways. Some partial or full road closures are possible. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Additional spotty minor coastal flooding is possible again with Tuesday morning's high tide cycle for Ocean and Burlington counties. * AFFECTED AREAS: MIDDLESEX ... WESTERN MONMOUTH ... EASTERN MONMOUTH... Read more →

Ethereum and Esports: How Blockchain Technology Is Changing the Landscape of Online Gaming

Hey there, fellow gamers and tech enthusiasts! Today, we're diving into the exciting realm where two digital revolutions collide: Ethereum and esports. You might be wondering how blockchain technology is shaping online gaming landscape, particularly in the fast-paced world of esports. Well, grab your controller and let's explore this fascinating fusion! image source courtesy of Dreamstime The Rise of In-Game Assets on the Ethereum Blockchain Picture this: You're in the midst of an intense esports battle, and your character just unlocked a rare, one-of-a-kind skin. In the past, that skin might have been locked within the game, limited to your... Read more →

Guest Opinion: NJ's Elected Leaders Hiding The Truth

GUEST OPINION New Jersey's crime problem is out of control, police are failing to bring offenders to justice, and our elected leaders are hiding the truth. This is an issue I brought up in March, when most New Jersey police departments failed to participate in the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting program.but it is still a problem. Despite a dozen proposed laws to increase crime penalties, criminals are not being caught in the Garden State. In Newark, 94% of crimes reported to police remain unsolved. In New Brunswick 91 percent. In Jersey City, 92%. In West Orange, it's 89%. In Princeton,... Read more →

Salem County Residents Rally for Annual Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day

MILLBURN, NJ — In an ongoing effort to curb the opioid epidemic’s impact on their state, New Jerseyans united for the eighth annual Knock Out Opioid Abuse Day on Friday, October 6. Led by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, this initiative shed light on the risks associated with prescription opioids and offered effective strategies for preventing their misuse. Vital information was disseminated to healthcare professionals, community leaders, and families. Counties customized their activities and initiatives to address the specific needs of their residents. The Salem County Health & Human Services gave out more than 7,000 door hangers and... Read more →

American Water Charitable Foundation and New Jersey American Water Announces...

Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Grant Recipients CAMDEN, N.J. – OCT. 25, 2023 –The American Water Charitable Foundation (AWCF), 501(c)(3) organization established by American Water, the largest publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, and New Jersey American Water, announced today ten recipients of the company’s inaugural Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Grant Program. A total of $25,000 will be awarded to organizations seeking to develop and implement programs, training and community-related projects that aim to promote and foster inclusion and diversity in communities across New Jersey. Mark McDonough, President, New Jersey American Water and Board Member, American Water Charitable Foundation,... Read more →

Musical Messages of Hope:

Past Winners Inspire Future Artists in Shout Down DrugsCompetition MILLBURN, NJ — The Your Song! Your Voice! Shout Down Drugs competition, organized by the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, is a platform for high school students to showcase their musical talents while sending a powerful message about substance use prevention. As the competition gears up for its 20thseason, we showcase the inspiring journeys of last year's winners and how their experiences continue to inspire budding artists across the state. Jordan Wilson, from Lawrenceville, clinched the first-place title with his song “Intervention Intentions.” Jordan recalls the whirlwind of opportunities that... Read more →

The Cooper Foundation Receives $50,000 from TD Bank 

To Support Program Tackling Social Barriers to Health (CAMDEN, NJ) – The Cooper Foundation was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, to expand a program that addresses societal barriers to health care access. The program deploys community health workers (CHWs) in Camden and surrounding counties to improve health care access, reduce inpatient hospital stays and emergency department visits, and increase behavioral and specialty care visits by addressing social barriers to health. "This crucial funding will enable us to extend our reach and make a meaningful difference in the lives of... Read more →

Letters to the Editor:Simply Put, We Are Stronger Together

As part of our mission to drive day and overnight leisure visits to Philadelphia and the surrounding region, we’ve ramped up our efforts to explore our city’s neighborhoods, attractions, and neighboring counties this year. Our External Affairs team organized immersive, day-long, staff outings to explore Fairhill, Chinatown, Germantown, North Broad Street, Centro de Oro, the Italian Market, and Bucks County. Our entire staff was encouraged to participate in these tours where we had the chance to speak to the people who live, work and create in these communities, visit the popular attractions and discover new ones. These explorations empower our... Read more →

UAW, Ford resolution will have ‘ripple effects’ on union work worldwide

26-Oct-2023 12:05 PM EDT, by Cornell University Ford and the United Auto Workers union have come to a tentative deal that could end the worker strike against the automaker and grant sizeable pay increases to union workers. Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research and a senior lecturer at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, is an expert on union and employer strategies in organizing and bargaining. Bronfenbrenner says: “The UAW-Ford tentative agreement is a momentous victory for U.S. auto workers, which will have ripple effects on union organizing and bargaining efforts worldwide. “After decades of concessionary agreements... Read more →

Philadelphia Crime Report: Bus Driver Killed, Home Invasion, Shooting, Stabbing, Two Rapes


Wright's Block Pass Helps Lions With Round 1 Win

In one of the more exciting football games in recent years at GHS, the Lions defeated visiting Middle Twp in the first round of the NJSIAA South Jersey Group II Playoffs 35 - 34. Both teams traded TD's throughout the game, but with the Lions leading 35 - 34 after a Panther TD with under 3 minutes remaining, the Panthers coach Frank Riggitano decided to go for the win with a successful 2 point conversation, instead of settling for a tie with the hopes of overtime. Pictured Below #50 Kaleb Wright As the winning PAT attempt was unfolding, Panthers Qb... Read more →

Coach/Teacher’s Aide Charged with Firearms Violations and Witness Tampering

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw and Mount Holly Township Police Chief Richard W. Spitler announced that a Rancocas Valley Regional High School assistant football coach who is also a teacher’s aide faces firearms charges after juveniles accessed an unsecured handgun in his personal vehicle earlier this month during a football game at the school. The employee, Andrew Paden, 40, of Willingboro, then pressured one of the juveniles to provide false information to investigators, saying he was concerned he might lose his job. Paden was charged yesterday with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree), Possession of a Weapon on... Read more →

SEPTA Announces Tentative Contract Agreement with TWU Local 234

PHILADELPHIA SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) announced today, October 27, 2023, that a tentative agreement has been reached with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 234 on a new contract for employees in the City, Suburban, and Frontier Transit Divisions. This tentative agreement will enable SEPTA to continue its services without any disruption, including city subways, buses, and trolleys, while the agreement will be finalized after ratification from TWU Local 234 members and approval from the SEPTA Board. “We are pleased to reach an agreement with union leadership on a contract that is fair to our employees and financially responsible... Read more →

DOWN THE SHORE:Holiday Entertainment Coming To Resorts Casino Hotel

This Festive Season The Modern Gentlemen, Sharpe Family, Michael Martocci and more to headline the Superstar Theater ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (October 23, 2023) – The Superstar Theater at Resorts Casino Hotel is set to turn festive for multiple rounds of holiday entertainment this year. Guests are invited to enjoy Michael Martocci Presents: Sinatra’s Birthday Bash, Swing Into Christmas Benefiting Toys for Tots, The Modern Gentlemen Holiday Show and The Sharpe Family show. Ticket information and show details below: The Sharpe Family Singers Saturday, November 25th | 8:00pm The Sharpe Family Singers are set to bring the best of Broadway hits... Read more →

Stratford Halloween Parade Today

Stratford Halloween Parade today. Parking at the O.L.G. , John Paul II School. Please enter the parking lot from from Warwick Road. Arrive by 1:30pm, The parade kicks off at 2:00pm. Instructions: Parking at the O.L.G. John Paul II School. Please enter the parking lot from from Warwick Road. Address/Location Stratford Police Department 315 Union Ave Stratford, NJ 08084 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 856-783-8621 Read more →

Route 130 Bridge over Big Timber Creek to be closed and detoured

Saturday in Gloucester and Camden counties Closures necessary for bridge deck repairs (Trenton) – The Route 130 Bridge over Big Timber Creek is scheduled to be closed and detoured in both directions Saturday as the bridge replacement project advances in Camden and Gloucester counties. From 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday, October 28, Route 130 will be closed and detoured in both directions between River Drive in Westville, Gloucester County and the Brooklawn Circle in Brooklawn, Camden County. The closure is necessary to repair steel on the Route 130 Bridge over Big Timber Creek. The following detours will be in... Read more →

Bitfiring – Feel Freedom of Ideal Online Gambling with Crypto

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CNB Travel News: Lane Closeurs Rt. 70 E

Beginning at 7 p.m. tonight, Friday, October 27, until 6 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, October 28, lane closures are scheduled on Route 70 eastbound from Donahue Avenue to just past the Cuthbert Boulevard Overpass. Construction is expected to begin in the left lane to restripe the roadway and shift traffic to the left towards the median. Once this work is completed, the left lane will be reopened, and the right and center lanes will be closed to place a barrier in the right lane. At least one lane of traffic will be maintained overnight. By 6 a.m. Saturday, two lanes on... Read more →

Oaklyn Man Charged with MVA that Killed a Child and Injured Another

Camden City, N.J.- An Oaklyn man has been charged in connection to a motor vehicle accident in Camden City last month that killed a child bicyclist and injured another child bicyclist, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Troy Kee II, 32, was charged on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, with one count of second-degree Death by Auto and one count of fourth-degree Assault by Auto. Kee was also issued several motor vehicle summonses. On September 25, 2023, at approximately 7:53 p.m., Camden County Police officers were dispatched to the area of Mt. Ephraim... Read more →

Halloween Celebration Brings Treats, Tricks, and Sticky Dental Dilemmas

Help your child make the best candy choices this trick-or-treat season. (NAPSI)—With Halloween just around the corner, Delta Dental of Washington is reminding parents and trick-or-treaters that there are ways to enjoy the holiday while also protecting children’s oral health. While the words healthy and candy don’t seem like the most obvious pairing when it comes to dental health, there are ways for trick-or-treaters to enjoy a sugar high and­—with moderation—not damage their teeth in the process. And it doesn’t have to involve handing out fruit or boxes of raisins to the ghosts and goblins at your door (though dentists... Read more →

Skylands Stadium to Celebrate Annual Light Show & Christmas Village

Winter Wonderland Features Drive-Thru Lightfest, Photos With Santa, Live Music, S’mores Station, Local Artisan Shops, and Seasonal Food & Drink AUGUSTA, NJ - October 26, 2023 - Start your holiday season by helping Skylands Stadium celebrate its winter wonderland festivities at their 10th annual Christmas Light Show and Christmas Village! This dazzling winter extravaganza showcases a mile-long drive-thru course glittering with magical displays of light and a Christmas Village full of fun-filled activities, delicious treats, memory-making photo ops, and much more. The Light Show & Christmas Village is running on select dates and times from November 22 - December 30... Read more →

Steven M. Feaster, 43, of National Park

On October 21, 2023. Age 43. Of National Park. Formerly of Woodbury. Survived by his wife, Denna Feaster; his children, Michael Feaster, Madison Feaster, Aiden Feaster and London Feaster; his mother, Cheryl Ann Feaster; his sister, Chelsea Hagan and many loving cousins, aunts and uncles. Predeceased by his father Steven John Feaster. At the request of his family, services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at under the obituary of Steven Michael Feaster. Funeral Arrangements and Inquiries through: McCann-Healey Funeral Home, 851 Monmouth Street, Gloucester City, Ph: 856-456-1142 Read more →

CPL Marc T. Ryan, Annual Memorial Run

Place No. Burlington & Hudson Sts. Gloucester City, NJ US 08030 Description In memory of Cpl. Marc T. Ryan, USMC (KIA November 15, 2004) * Ramadi, Al Anbar Province * Operation Iraqi Freedom. Remembering Our Fallen Brother's Sacrifice ***SHOULD any unforeseen State regulations keep us from conducting this event live it will be converted to VIRTUAL. You will still get your shirt, bib and finisher medal*** New for this year, finisher medal for all, chip timing on a USATF Certified course, text messaging within seconds of finishing on your mobile device and an HD finish line video on You... Read more →

PHILLY CRIME: Do You Know This Man? Suspected Murderer

SEPTA Transit Police Seek Public's Help to Identify Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Bus Operator PHILADELPHIA PA (October 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--SEPTA Transit Police are asking for the public's help to identify the suspect involved in a fatal shooting of a SEPTA bus operator. On Thursday, October 26 at approximately 10:30 a.m., a Route 23 Bus Operator was shot near the intersection of Germantown and Abbottsford Avenues. The operator was transported to Einstein Medical Center by Philadelphia Police, where he later died. The operator was a 12-year employee of the Authority. Images of the suspect are attached, and police are actively searching... Read more →

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital Awarded Comprehensive Stroke Certification from The Joint Commission

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital has been certified by The Joint Commission as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, the highest distinction of its kind, which recognizes hospitals with the ability to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases. “Achieving Comprehensive Stroke Center accreditation is another example of how our highly experienced teams bring the most sophisticated level of complex care to South Jersey, including world-class cancer care, specialized cardiac treatments, and OBGYN services for women’s health," said Baligh Yehia, MD, MPP, MSc, FACP, President of Jefferson Health. "I’m very proud that the Jefferson Heath Washington Township Hospital team has been recognized... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic Rams Football Fundraising Campaign

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 26, 2023)(CNBNews)--Hope is everyone is doing well and Gloucester Catholic Football is having a fundraiser and we are asking for donations from our alumni which will help with upgrades to weight room, equipment, and practice equipment (bags etc). Link to Fundraising - Thank you, and as always, Roll Rams!!! Contacts: Brian Startare Head of Advertising 609- 828-0491 Casey Murphy Head Football Coach 856-264-2910 Please let us know if you have any questions at [email protected] Thank you and ROLL RAMS! Committee of the RAMP fund Read more →

Pennsauken Police Seeking Public’s Help

The Pennsauken Police Department is seeking the assistance of anyone who might have information regarding a shooting incident which occurred on Thursday night, October 19, 2023, at 11:00 pm, in the vicinity of Velde Avenue and Holman Avenue, just off River Road, in the Delair section of town. The police are asking any person with eyewitness accounts, knowledge, or video surveillance footage which might have captured the incident or suspects fleeing to call Detective Carey. This investigation is active and ongoing. Anyone with information, please contact Detective Carey at 856-488-0080 “ext. 2404” or [email protected]. You can also submit an anonymous... Read more →

Khalif Chambers, 20, of Atlantic City, 7 Years Prison Term for Pos. of Cocaine

MAYS LANDING, NJ – On Monday, October 23, 2023, Khalif Chambers, 20, of Atlantic City, NJ, was sentenced by the Honorable Donna M. Taylor, J.S.C., on charges of unlawful possession of a handgun and possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute it. Under the terms of his plea agreement, Chambers was sentenced to seven years in New Jersey State Prison with 42 months of parole ineligibility under the Graves Act. On January 6, 2023, an officer from the Atlantic City Police Department was on routine patrol when he saw a vehicle obstructing traffic. Following a motor vehicle stop, Chambers... Read more →

CNB Fishing Maryland: Good Fishing for Striped and Smallmouth Bass, Blue Catfish, White Perch

Maryland Fishing Report – October 25 October 25, 2023 Eric Packard enjoyed a day fishing for snakeheads in his kayak. Photo courtesy of Eric Packard Recent chilly temperatures are causing anglers to replace their sneakers and T-shirts with rubber footwear and flannel shirts. Cooler water temperatures have fish in a very active feeding mode, which makes for great fishing. Forecast Summary: October 25 – October 31: The upcoming week should provide cooling temperatures as the week progresses with low winds. Bay surface water temperatures continue their decline down to the low 60s. Salinity is average and there are suitable oxygen... Read more →

Rt 295 South/Al-Jo Curve Closed, Detour Tonight

CNB GRAPHIC FILE I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed and detoured tonight Overnight closures to repair attenuators (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, is scheduled to be closed tonight for guide rail and attenuator repairs as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. The I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound will be closed beginning at 10 p.m. tonight, Thursday, October 26 until 6 a.m. Friday, October 27. The right lane on I-295 southbound... Read more →

Maragaret Carter, of Collingswood, age 90

"MARGE"'S OBITUARY (nee Kerney) Surrounded by her loving family at home in Collingswood, NJ on October 24, 2023. Age 96 years. Beloved wife of the late William R. Carter, Sr. Loving mother of Margaret (the late Mark) Lacovara, Marianne (John) Warne, Jr., William R. (Claire) Carter, Jr., John (Donna) Carter, Edward Carter and the late Martha (Joseph) Shaw. Devoted grandmother to 16 grandchildren and G.G. to 23 great grandchildren. Dear sister of Michael (Jeanne) Brennan, Patrick (Joan) Brennan, the late Edna (the late Frank) Johnson and the late Catherine (the late Frank) Donnelly. She is also survived by many nieces... Read more →

Senior Scam Presentation, All invited

The Pennsauken Police, Camden County Prosecutor's Office, and the FBI is holding a free seminar, to educate our seniors on current scams that are trending. The event is at Homestead Youth Association (4771 Willow Ave) on November 2, 2023 at 2pm. Please register with Amy Schmalbach (856-665-1000 ext 152) Light refreshments will be provided. Read more →

Demolition of Administration Building will Close Parts of Broadway in Camden City

(Lindenwold, NJ) – Beginning on Monday, Oct. 30, Broadway between Federal and Market streets in Camden City will be closed as Camden County continues with the demolition of the former Camden County administration building. The closure is expected to last until the demolition and site cleanup is completed by June 30, 2024. “This is a long closure, but we are working hard to ensure that motorists and pedestrians experience minimal interruptions, and we maintain safe travel routes around the demolition site,” said Commissioner Al Dyer, liaison to the Department of Public Works. “And as always, remember that when you’re traveling... Read more →