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January 2024

How Do I Send My Dog To Florida?

Transitioning to a new state can offer an exciting adventure, but it requires extensive preparation and meticulous planning, especially if you have a furry companion. Suppose you're considering moving your dog to Florida, specifically to Orlando. In that case, there are specific regulations and requirements you need to be aware of to ensure a smooth transition for your four-legged friend. Besides, you must choose a reputable and reliable pet transport to Orlando to ensure your dog is accommodated and safe while traveling. Nevertheless, we'll guide you to the steps and considerations you should consider when sending your dog to the... Read more →

Can You Identify This Man? Allegedly Responsible for Sexual Assault in Philly

Philadelphia, PA – The Special Victims Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the male depicted in the attached photo's. This male is responsible for a sexual assault against an employee at the WalMart establishment located at 16XX S. Columbus Boulevard. DESCRIPTION OF SUSPECT: - Gender: Male - Ethnicity: Black - Height: Between 5’9” to 6’0” - Build: Medium - Hair: Dreadlock style (black with brown tips) - Attire: Black "North Face" jacket with hood, gray sweatpants, and black shoes. Anyone with information regarding the males identity or whereabouts is urge to contact the Special Victims Unit at 215-686-3251,... Read more →

OPINION:Miss Tardy was Late to the Party - Again!

First it was the car in the river. We were told that all the fire fighters/EMS were in Westville training. Then someone posted a video of the police officers going into the river to save the driver but there was, in the right side of the screen, was a man wearing a shirt with EMT written on the back. Then there was a teen who fell into the Gloucester City side of the creek separating Gloucester City from Brooklawn. Reports were that Westville was first to respond, followed by Bellmawr, then Brooklawn, and finally Gloucester City showed up. If you... Read more →

The Philadelphia Lullaby Project

Saturday, February 3 at Ensemble Arts, Commonwealth Plaza Philadelphia, PA –The Philadelphia Lullaby Project, a program that pairs parents and caregivers with professional musicians, will present ten original songs written over the last year, to an SRO crowd at the Kimmel Center Plaza on Saturday, February 3. The Carnegie Hall program, currently managed by Musicopia in Philadelphia, has contributed to the emotional and social health of parents and their children around the world. Philadelphia’s Musicopia is one of approximately 50 national and international partners who collaborate with Carnegie Hall through the Lullaby Project. Musicopia’s mission is to provide equitable access... Read more →

New Jersey Renaissance Faire in May and June

May 18-19, May 25-26, June 1-2, June 8-9 Burlington County Fairgrounds, 1990 Jacksonville Jobstown Rd, Columbus NJ 08022 Hear ye! Hear ye! The New Jersey Renaissance Faire, in its 15th season of glory, has announced their exciting new storyline for 2024: The Brothers Grimm! For those who may not know, the Brothers Grimm are responsible for some of the most famous, compelling, (and often dark) children’s stories in history: Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Rumpelstiltskin–and more! Though these traditional fairytales may be familiar, their endings may not be what you remember… This spring, Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm... Read more →


Did Drug Traffickers Funnel Millions of Dollars to Mexican President López Obradorn?

Years before Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected as Mexico's leader in 2018, U.S. drug-enforcement agents uncovered what they believed was substantial evidence that major cocaine traffickers had funneled some $2 million to his first presidential campaign. photo courtesy of New York Post by Tim Golden ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. According to more than a dozen interviews with U.S. and Mexican officials and government documents reviewed by ProPublica, the money was provided to campaign aides in 2006 in return for a... Read more →

My Father’s House Helps those Struggling with Addiction and Family Members Too

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (CNBNewsnet)The clinical staff at My Father’s House is a team of close-knit professionals providing comprehensive and individualized substance abuse and mental health treatment to residents of Camden County and the surrounding South Jersey areas. We strive to serve our consumers by instilling hope for sobriety, tools for change, and support where it is needed most. ​ We are dedicated to providing outpatient assessment, intervention, and treatment, including prevention and education, for the disease of addiction while facilitating spiritual recovery and personal growth for all adults and adolescents. WHO WE ARE A Shining Light My Father's House Inc.... Read more →

Camden County Prosecutors Office Winter Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive

Camden City, N.J.- The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office hosted a Winter Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive to show support with donations to local families within the city. Donations were collected at the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and donated to the Heart of Camden in support of their Winter Drive to collect new or gently used coats, hats and gloves for children and adults. The Winter Coat, Hat, and Glove Drive was a wonderful opportunity to provide donated items to those in need and to keep them warm. Read more →


William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 31, 2024)--On January 25, after being notified by a Barnard Street resident of his efforts to have a trash dumpster removed from his neighborhood, CNBNews published photos of the dangerous and unsightly dumpster. The photos (shown below) appeared in our Blog's Cheers and Jeers column and were published on our two Facebook and Twitter pages. On Monday, January 29, the dumpster was removed. CNBNews photos JEER: In early December, a construction crew irresponsibly left a trash bin on wheels in front of 4 Barnard Ave. This careless act has caused... Read more →

The Whirlwind of Live Gaming Excitement Sweeps Through New Jersey

Imagine the thrill of a live casino, the dealer's swift hand movements, the friendly banter, and the clinking of chips, all from the comfort of your own home. It's the vibe that's got everyone talking, especially with the recently launched Crazy Time in NJ, which has been a game-changer. Players are now indulging in a more interactive and vibrant gaming experience, bringing the excitement of a game show mixed with the classic casino ambiance to their fingertips. It's a refreshing wave for the local gaming scene, offering a fresh entertainment option that pays dividends beyond the digital realm. This innovative... Read more →

Affordable Design Hacks to Breathe New Life Into Your Kitchen on a Budget

Springtime is an excellent opportunity to refresh your kitchen without breaking the bank. Try some affordable design hacks like these to give your space an updated feel. Repainting cabinets is one of the cheapest ways to upgrade your kitchen. Select a light color for an eye-catching effect, or go bold with bolder hues for maximum impact. Paint Repainting your kitchen is the quickest, least-expensive way to breathe new life into it, as well as offering you an opportunity to change up its color scheme. Select high-quality paint that stands up well against heat and humidity conditions for best results. Before... Read more →

I-295 southbound/Al-Jo’s Curve to be closed and detoured tonight

Overnight closures necessary 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 guiderail 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, Wednesday, January 31 until 5 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, February 1. The right lane on I-295 southbound also will be closed just after Exit 28/Route 168. All motorists... Read more →

Highmark and The Met Philadelphia Join Forces

to Inspire the Next Generation Through Music Education PHILADELPHIA, PA – January 30, 2024 – Today, Highmark strengthens its presence in Philadelphia through a partnership with the beloved local live music venue, unveiling The Met Philadelphia presented by Highmark. Located on North Broad Street, the restored historic venue is a vital community partner, delivering unforgettable experiences through concerts and community events to hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Throughout the multiyear partnership, Highmark will partner with Music Forward Foundation to bridge the community to the venue and empower the next generation. “Robust and inclusive access to music and art... Read more →

The Mark Launches Innovative Scavenger Hunt Showcasing Local Artwork

As a part of Marriott's global Autograph Collection network, the Mark will showcase and celebrate the distinctiveness of the Montclair community through nature-inspired artwork MONTCLAIR, N.J., January 30, 2024 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The MC, a part of Marriott International's Autograph Collection Hotels, announces the launch of its Mark, an innovative scavenger hunt showcasing artwork by five local talents. The program takes guests on a tour throughout the Montclair property, providing a dynamic and immersive experience centered around nature-themed exhibits. The curated collection features pieces like "Shangri La" by Siona Benjamin, "Daisy Chain" by Delphine Hennelly, "Columnar Potpourri" by Joshua Araujo, "Pearl"... Read more →

CNB Medical News: I’d Never Felt So Sick in My Life’

Washington, DC (January 30, 2024) – With the respiratory illness season far from over in the U.S., health officials are reminding people of all ages to get vaccinated against preventable diseases. To encourage older adults to get their recommended vaccines, the Alliance for Aging Research has released its latest video in its Real Stories of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases video series, focused on influenza—commonly called “the flu.” In the latest video released this month, Allison Miller tells her harrowing experience of contracting the flu at 33 years old, her need for hospitalization and life-sustaining interventions due to the flu, and the physical... Read more →

Biden Still Hasn't Responded to Death of U.S. Servicemen in Jordan

image courtesy of The photos from the U.S. Army Reserve Command from left, Sgt. William Jerome Rivers, 46, Spc. Kennedy Ladon Sanders, 24, and Spc. Breonna Alexsondria Moffett, 23. (The Center Square)(January 30, 2024) – The world is awaiting President Joe Biden’s response to a drone attack in Jordan over the weekend that left three U.S. service members dead and more than 30 injured. In his statement Sunday, Biden said “we know [the attack] was carried out by radical Iran-backed militant groups operating in Syria and Iraq” and pledged to respond to the “despicable and wholly unjust attack.” That... Read more →

Larry J. Orsino, age 92, of Gloucester City

On January 27, 2024. Age 92. Of Gloucester City. Survived by his wife of 63 years, Dolores “Lori” Orsino (nee Palma); sons, Larry Orsino (Joyce), Michael Orsino (Denise), John Orsino and Joseph Orsino (Katia); many loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Larry was born and raised in South Philadelphia. He was a longtime resident of Gloucester City. Following high school, Larry proudly served our country in the U.S. Army. Larry was a longtime truck driver and member of Local Union 676. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Wednesday, February 7th from 10 to 11:30 AM the McCANN-HEALEY... Read more →

Mayme C. "Sis" Paul, 100, of Haddon Hts.

(nee Dixon) Of Haddon Heights, NJ, went home to her beloved Lord and Savior on January 28, 2024, at the tender age of 100. Mayme is predeceased by the love of her life, James Robert Paul, Sr. Dear mother of the late James R. Paul, Jr., Thomas (Nancy) and William (Jeane). She is lovingly survived by 10 grandchildren: Ryan, Jennifer, William, Jaime, Jonathan, David, Alexandra, Timothy, Jessica and Cheyenne; 13 great grandchildren: Mason, Evan, Drew, Luke, Cullen, Shay, Rainy, River, James "Rocky," Rowdy, Bella, Sarah, Melody and one more on the way. Devoted sister of Grace Newell, Doris Evans, Richard... Read more →

CG Accepting additional testimony for the Grande Costa D’Avorio Hearing

NEW YORK — The Coast Guard and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have scheduled follow-up witness testimony on Wednesday and Friday in support of the ongoing investigation into the fire that occurred on July 5, 2023, aboard the Italian-flagged cargo vessel, Grande Costa D’Avorio, while docked at the Port of Newark, New Jersey. The videos of testimony are scheduled to be posted to the Livestream site at on Wednesday and Friday. Capt. David Rogers of the Newark Fire Department will give testimony on Wednesday, and Marian Ciumala, the Grande Costa D’Avorio’s Third Mate, will give testimony on Friday. Additional... Read more →

Anthony Shields, age 22 of Camden City Guilty of Murder

Camden City, N.J. – A jury has convicted a Camden City man for the 2021 homicide of a 21-year-old man, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. Antony Shields, 22, was found guilty on January 30, 2024, of first-degree Felony Murder, first-degree Aggravated Manslaughter, and second-degree Conspiracy to Commit Robbery in connection to the death of Alex Fernandez. The verdict was returned after a jury trial in Camden County Superior Court. Shields faces up to a life sentence. On February 4, 2021, the Camden County Police Department and the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office... Read more →

Missing Person: Maurice Davis, 45, of Camden City

(Camden City, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing adult from Sicklerville. Maurice Davis, 45, has been reported missing in Camden. He is described as a black male, 5’10”, 150 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair, and has tattoos on his left and right forearms. He is known to frequent the 1700 block of Ferry Avenue and the 2800 block of Cushing Road. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856) 757-7042. RELATED: MISSING PERSON Read more →

Exploring the Global Playground: A UK Gambler's Guide to International Online Casinos

In the United Kingdom, the world of online gambling is vast and varied, offering a myriad of options for the enthusiastic bettor. However, navigating this digital gambling landscape can be a complex task, especially when considering platforms based outside the UK. This blog post aims to guide UK residents through the nuances of online gambling, particularly about international sites. The UK's Legal Framework for Online Gambling The UK stands out for its well-established and clear legal framework governing online gambling. The Gambling Act of 2005 set the foundation for regulating online gambling activities within the country. This Act, along with... Read more →

How Can Creative Writing Services Transform Your Content Marketing Strategy?

In today's fast-paced digital world, the demand for quality content has never been higher. Whether you're a business owner looking to establish a strong online presence or an aspiring author seeking to captivate readers, harnessing the expertise of creative writing services is the key to success. In this article, we'll explore the world of creative writing services, their significance, and how they can elevate your content to new heights. Understanding Creative Writing Services Creative writing services encompass a wide range of professional writing solutions designed to meet various needs. These services are provided by experienced writers who specialize in crafting... Read more →

Huskers from New Jersey Named to Deans List

6,800-plus Huskers named to fall Deans' List LINCOLN, NE (01/30/2024)-- More than 6,800 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the Deans' List for the fall semester of the 2023-24 academic year. Qualification for the Deans' List varies among the eight undergraduate colleges and the Explore Center. Listed below are the minimum requirements for each entity and the name of its respective dean or director. All qualifying grade-point averages are based on a four-point scale and a minimum number of graded semester hours. Students can be on the Deans' List for more than one college. College of Agricultural Sciences... Read more →

Gloucester City LL Winter Clinic, Register Now

**Winter clinics reminder and time change for coach pitch** COACH PITCH division winter clinics will now be held from 11:30-1 p.m. for all 3 dates. For all divisions -Absolutely no cleats allowed in the batting cage. Only sneakers. -If your player has their own equipment (glove/bat/helmet) be sure to bring it. Read more →

Home Care vs. Facility Care: Evaluating Elder Care Choices

Home care is like having a personal assistant on speed dial, but instead of fetching your dry cleaning, they're dishing out TLC right where your heart is. You pay by the gig, I mean, hour, so it's like choosing the à la carte menu instead of the full buffet. Perfect for those who need a nudge rather than a full-on shove in their daily shuffle. Now, let's flip the script to facility care. Imagine a set change to a place where the hallways buzz with more action than a Broadway show at intermission. Assisted living, nursing homes, memory care stages... Read more →

59-Year-Old Inmate at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility Beaten to Death

Philadelphia, PA (January 29, 2024)(CNBNews)-– On Sunday, January 28, 2024, at approximately 9:15 am, officers from the 8th District responded to a "Hospital Case" at the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility at 8101 State Road. The reported incident involved a 59-year-old male inmate who had been stabbed and was found unconscious. Upon reaching the scene, officers discovered that the victim had sustained blunt-force trauma to the head. Despite immediate medical intervention by Medic 17, he was pronounced deceased at 9:43 am. The victim's cellmate, a 25-year-old male, was promptly removed from the cell and relocated to a different area within the prison.... Read more →

The Cleary's Court Case Postponed Once Again

By William E. Cleary Sr. CNBNews Staff GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 29, 2024)--The Cleary’s appearance in Gloucester City Municipal Court on Tuesday, January 30, has been postponed. The father, William E. Cleary Sr., and his son, William E. Cleary Jr., were charged with theft and trespassing for taking a children’s bench that was lying in a trash pile behind the Cold Springs school complex. When they learned it was not trash, Cleary Sr. called the police, and the item was returned. Cleary Sr., 79, is the former editor of the Gloucester City News and Camden Country Record. Presently, he is... Read more →

Kaleb is the Wright Choice for Fightn' Camels

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 29, 2024)(CNBNews)--Kaleb Wright stands 6'4” and is an outstanding multi-sport athlete at Gloucester City High School in NJ. As a GHS Lion athletic star the expectations are far greater than many would believe, these athletes truly understand the meaning of "you play for the name on the front of the jersey and not the back". Representing a city like Gloucester requires great dedication, while most students enter the school during the first bell in the morning and exit on the last bell of the day, is not the life of this student athlete. A GHS athlete... Read more →

Shane Pryor, Escapee from CHOP, Back in Custody, Thanks to U.S. Marshalls

Philadelphia, PA -(January 29, 2024)—On Sunday, January 28, 2024, at approximately 6:30 p.m., members of the U.S. Marshals Eastern Pennsylvania Violent Crimes Fugitive Task Force, arrested escapee Shane Pryor, 17, at 3rd street and Roosevelt Boulevard. Pryor was wanted for escaping custody during a transport to the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania (CHOP) on January 24th. Pryor was incarcerated at the Philadelphia Juvenile Justice Service Center for a murder which occurred in 2020. This morning, Marshal Service investigators developed information Pryor had been frequenting the Hunting Park section of Philadelphia after his escape. Surveillance teams were deployed throughout the day and... Read more →

President Biden Releases New Standards for Your Cooking Appliances; Take Effect 2028

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today finalized congressionally mandated energy efficiency standards for residential cooking products that will reduce household utility costs while improving appliance reliability and performance. These standards—which reflect a joint recommendation from a wide range of stakeholders, including the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, Consumer Federation of America, and energy efficiency advocates—will take effect in 2028 and are projected to save Americans approximately $1.6 billion on their utility bills over 30 years. Today’s announcement reinforces the long trajectory of consumer savings that DOE continues to deliver by regularly updating energy efficiency standards. “President... Read more →

Unveiling the Allure of Crypto Gambling in Modern Africa

Imagine the thrill of a casino, the suspense of the bets, and the excitement of winning, all wrapped up in the convenience of your digital device. As the world tilts more towards cryptocurrency, gambling sites that accept digital currencies are quickly becoming a hot topic across Africa. It's not just about the anonymity or the digital glitz; it's the seamless blend of cutting-edge blockchain technology with the age-old love for gaming that's reshaping what betting means on the continent. Cryptocurrency and the African betting landscape Once upon a time, you needed to walk into a betting shop to place a... Read more →

How does TMS contribute to the management of treatment-resistant mental health conditions?

In the field of mental health, treatment-resistant conditions can cast a long and challenging shadow over the lives of those affected. Traditional therapies may sometimes fall short of providing the relief individuals desperately seek. Enter Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a promising frontier in the battle against treatment-resistant mental health conditions. In this article, we'll look into how TMS contributes to managing these conditions, offering a beacon of hope for those processing the complexity of mental health challenges. Understanding Treatment-Resistance Understanding the challenges posed by treatment-resistant mental health conditions reveals the daunting battle that individuals endure in confronting persistent disorders. Conditions... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin CNBNews Columnist No tinted windows on cars in the United Arab Emirates. Most states have some version of the same law but are rarely enforced. No right-hand drive vehicles in Russia for safety reason. Right-hand drive vehicles are common in the British Isles and Ireland. No dirty cars in Russia. Specifically, the concern is the license plates. Again, most states have some version of the same law. No cup holders between the front seats of a car. This applies to France and the fine is 75 Euros or $81.39 American. No Bluetooth headsets or headphones in Spain. The... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Need Your Help Finding Suspect Jose Quinones-Mendez

PHILADELPHIA, Sunday, January 28, 2024 – The Philadelphia Police Department has officially identified the individual featured in the attached photos as Jose Quinones-Mendez, a 42-year-old male standing at 5’8 and weighing 160lbs, with a last known address 29XX N. Hancock Street. The Philadelphia Police Department is actively seeking the public’s support in locating Jose Quinones-Mendez, who is wanted for charges including Violation of the Uniform Firearms Act (VUFA), Theft, Obstruction of Justice, and Tampering with Evidence. These charges are in connection to the recent shooting of a Philadelphia Police Officer that transpired on 01/26/2024 at 28xx N. Mascher Street. Following... Read more →

PP Blotter: 51-Year-Old-Man-Shot, Person Stabbed in Lip, 29-Year-Old-Man Dies

PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 28, 2024)(CNBNews)--The Philadelphia Police Public Affairs Office released the following overnight incidents from Saturday evening up until Sunday morning. Keep in mind that this is preliminary information and subject to change. No additional details are available currently, and updates will be provided as they become available. Incident 1: Shooting at 51xx Market Street, 16th District On the eastbound El platform at 51xx Market around 9:27 am, an unidentified male shot a 51-year-old male, multiple times. The victim was quickly taken to Presby by police and is now reported to be in stable condition. As of now, the... Read more →

THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY: Who Are the Brightest Celebrities?

Dorothy Philbin CNBNews Columnist GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ(January 28, 2024)(CNBNews)--The average IQ for a "normal" person is between 80 and 120. Genius is usually defined as having an IQ of 150 or higher. Where do your favorite stars score? Cortney Cox ...........................122 Vladimir Putin ........................127 Jodie Fister ............................132 Tom Brady .............................135 Arnold Schwarzenegger .........135 Oprah .....................................136 Bill Clinton ............................137 Madonna .............................. 140 Steve Martin ........................... 142 Meryl Streep ............................ 143 Lisa Kudrow.............................. 154 Sharon Stone ..........................154 Cindy Crawford ........................154 Matt Damon ............................160 Ashton Kutcher ........................160 Bill Gates .................................160 Albert Einstein .........................160 Quentino Taratino ....................160 RELATED: THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY Columnist/Investigative... Read more →

AFC & NFC Championship Games Sunday Start 2 PM

Doubleheader Coverage of AFC and NFC Championship Games airs Sunday, January 28, beginning at 2 p.m. ET. The winners meet at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 11, 2024 NEW YORK, Jan. 26, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cumulus Media’s (NASDAQ: CMLS) Westwood One, America’s largest audio network and the official network audio partner of the National Football League, will present live play-by-play coverage of NFL Conference Championship Sunday, presented by Intuit Turbo Tax. Doubleheader coverage will begin with the pregame show at 2:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, January 28 before the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens... Read more →

The Importance of Book Illustration in Children’s Literature

In the enchanting world of children's literature, the marriage of words and images creates a magical tapestry that captivates young minds. This article delves into the intrinsic importance of book illustration in shaping the reading experience for children. From fostering imagination to aiding comprehension, illustrations play a pivotal role in conveying narratives in a visually engaging manner. Whether you're an aspiring children's book author or a publisher looking to enhance your offerings, understanding the significance of illustrations is paramount. Join us as we unravel the enchanting impact of book illustration and explore why the decision to hire an illustrator is... Read more →

Missing Person: 15-Year-Old Angelina Rivera

RELATED: MISSING PERSON (Camden City, NJ) – The Camden County Police Department is looking for a missing 15-year-old from Bergen Square. Angelina Rivera has been reported missing from her home on the 500 block of Walnut Street. She is described as a Hispanic female, 5’4”, 200 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and black tights. She is known to frequent the 2600 block of Cramer Street, the unit block of Dudley Street, and Washington Township. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the CCPD tip line at (856)... Read more →

33-Year-Old Camden City Man Shot & Killed

Camden City, N.J.- (January 27, 2024)(CNBNews)-Detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of a man on Wednesday evening in Camden City, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On January 24, 2024, at 9:05 p.m., the Camden County Police Department received a ShotSpotter activation for gunfire in the area of the 700 block of Ramona Gonzalez Street in Camden City. Shortly thereafter, Camden County Police Department received notification that a male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds had arrived at Cooper University Hospital. The victim was later identified as Terrance Dickerson, 33, of Camden... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Officer Shot in Leg, Suspect Dead

Search Underway for Person of Interest PHILADELPHIA, PA (January 27, 2024): A Philadelphia police officer sustained a gunshot wound to the leg during a struggle with a man inside a grocery store Friday night, leading to the death of one suspect and a search for another who fled the scene with the suspect's handgun. At approximately 8:46 PM on January 26, uniformed officers were in the vicinity of Mascher and Cambria Streets when they entered a nearby grocery store. Inside the grocery store, the officers approached a group of males standing in the store. While attempting to stop one of... Read more →

ICE Investigates Over 400 Violations of Criminal Law

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigates more than 400 violations of criminal law, ranging from child exploitation to transnational gangs. Use this form to report suspected criminal activity. Be as specific and as detailed as possible. You are encouraged to provide any additional identifying details such as places of birth, countries of citizenship, and any numeric identifiers in the below narrative text box. The detailed information you provide will assist investigators as they look into reported violations. We do not provide status updates for tip information provided. If you provide information, you can be assured that it will be... Read more →

The Center Square: Transgender veterans sue VA seeking gender-affirming surgery

By Brett Rowland | The Center Square (The Center Square) – A group representing transgender veterans filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs seeking gender-confirmation surgery for 163,000 transgender veterans. The Transgender American Veterans Association lawsuit asks for an order that the Department of Veterans Affairs act on the group's 2016 rule-making petition for gender-confirmation surgery. "Three years ago today, President Biden repealed the military's ban on transgender service members,” TAVA President Rebekka Eshler said in a statement. “Yet when we return from service, we do not receive the same level of healthcare from the VA... Read more →


WITH ALL NEW MARDI GRAS POP-UP EXPERIENCE * Enjoy vibes, drinks and food inspired by Mardi Gras through Fat Tuesday and beyond with more decor this year, new po boys, and extended run through late February * Entertainment Philadelphia, PA - Let the good times roll. Craftsman Row Saloon, at 112 S. 8th Street, announces the opening of Philadelphia's only Mardi Gras Pop-up Bar Experience starting January 26th through Fat Tuesday and until February 24th. The sites, sounds and tastes of The Big Easy come to Philly with a special limited-time pop-up - now celebrating its third year. The delicious... Read more →

CNB Fishing News Maryland: Blue Crab Regulatory Hearing

- Crab Pot Lines, Atlantic Crab Pots, Containers, and Limits Blue Crab Regulatory Hearing - Crab Pot Lines, Atlantic Crab Pots, Containers, and Limits | Thursday, February 1, 2024 | 1 – 2pm Join via Google Meet Join by Phone: Dial: (US) +1 484-841-8254 PIN: ‪574 670 797# Anyone needing special accommodations under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, or under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, should contact the Department of Natural Resources Office of Fair Practices at 410-260-8058 at least three working days (72 hours) prior to the... Read more →

Operation Christmas Child a Success, Thank you Gloucester City Residents

Generosity throughout Gloucester City​​​​​ contributed to a successful shoebox gift collection season at drop-off locations for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas Child. Across the U.S., the project collected 10 million shoebox gifts in 2023. Combined with those collected from partnering countries in 2023, the ministry is now sending over 11.3 million shoebox gifts to children worldwide, including many who are suffering from war, poverty, disease and disaster. CNB graphic file Through shoeboxes—packed with fun toys, school supplies, and personal care items—Gloucester City​​​​ area volunteers brought joy to children in need around the world. Each gift-filled shoebox is a tangible... Read more →

DUNKIN Hosting Adoption Party

Today, January 27, Dunkin’ will host an adoption party to help Donut, a 4-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier Mix, find his forever home. The Dunkin’ located at 1399 Delsea Drive, will treat dog lovers to a FREE Medium Hot or Iced Coffee from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. as part of the event. The adoption party will also include the Dunkin' prize wheel with special giveaways, including Dunkin’-themed dog toys, Dunkin'-branded swag and more. Dunkin’ will also donate 1,000 pounds of dog food to the Philly Bully Team to help support their mission to save Philadelphia’s Pit Bulls. During the... Read more →


Philadelphia, PA - Northern Liberties Business Improvement District announces the return of Northern Liberties Restaurant Week from Friday, February 2 to Sunday, February 11, 2024. The city's hottest NEW restaurant week to hit the food scene is back with new dates, more restaurants, new restaurants, updated price points, indoor and outdoor options, take-out and delivery, and tons of the city's best eats! Moved to winter to support restaurants during the colder months, Northern Liberties Restaurant Week is back with two dozen (and more coming) of the neighborhood's biggest names that will offer two course or more lunches for $15 or... Read more →