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15 South Jersey Open Space and Resiliency Projects will Each Receive $75,000 Reward

Grants support clean, safe parks redevelopment, pollinator habitats, wooded spaces and more MAYS LANDING, N.J. (September 30, 2022) – Atlantic City Electric and Sustainable Jersey have chosen 15 local municipalities to receive $75,000 in funds to support open space and resiliency projects in South Jersey. This funding is made available through Atlantic City Electric’s Sustainable Communities Grant program, which provides funding to support open space preservation, improvements to parks and recreation resources, environmental conservation, and innovative community resiliency projects. “We are so pleased to join our local communities and to help advance these initiatives that will have a lasting positive... Read more →


CNB Medical News: Gut Health is Vital

A healthy gut is vital for so many reasons. Here are tips to improve yours. HENDERSON, Nev., Sept. 28, 2022 – Gut health has indeed skyrocketed to the top of health and wellness concerns, but if it didn’t happen on social, then it didn’t happen, right? Well, it has happened on social. Enter the latest trending hashtag on TikTok: #Guttok. More than a billion posts on this platform highlight gut (a.k.a. the gastrointestinal tract) problems and potential solutions. Rather than wade through all those posts, here are some insights and valuable tips from Nutrishop, a national retail nutrition franchise specializing... Read more →


The 2022 New Jersey Historic Preservation Awards

Registration is Open for the 2022 New Jersey Historic Preservation Awards - We are excited to celebrate excellence in preservation this fall in various awards categories, including leadership, preservation project, writing, young professionals, and other prizes. The 2022 New Jersey Historic Preservation Awards Wednesday, October 12th, 2022 4-7 PM 1867 Sanctuary, 101 Scotch Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08628 Our outdoor event will feature food, drinks, music, and networking, followed by the Awards presentation in our airy, spacious 1867 Sanctuary. The dress is casual or business casual. Come network and celebrate the winners of our statewide awards for preservation excellence.   Read more →


Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience Opens at American Dream

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE THURSDAY AT www.vangoghnewjersey.com BERGEN COUNTY, NJ (September 28, 2022) — Imagine being wholly immersed in more than 300 of the greatest works of post-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh. Now imagine experiencing all of this art liberated from its two-dimensional limitations into a three-dimensional experience that exhilarates every sense and brings to life one of the most influential artists the world has known. It’s all part of Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, which has sold over 4 million tickets globally, making it one of the most popular travel exhibitions. The sensory extravaganza will open in... Read more →


Gas Prices Begin to Rise Again as Reserve Nears Bottom

Running on Empty: Aerial view of an offshore jack-up drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico. Shutterstock (The Center Square) – Gas prices are rising again just as the Strategic Petroleum Reserve hits a low point that many say is a problem. Gas prices hit record highs in the middle of June, surpassing a national average of $5 per gallon before starting a steady downward trend for several consecutive weeks. That streak ended last week when gas prices began to tick back up. The current national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.77, up from $3.68 a... Read more →


CNB MEDICAL NEWS: The Link between COVID-19 B Vaccination and the Increase in Menstrual Cycle Length

The large NIH-funded study included participants in North America and Europe. A large international study has confirmed the findings of a previous U.S. study that linked COVID-19 vaccination with an average increase in menstrual cycle length of less than one day. The increase was not associated with any change in the number of days of menses (days of bleeding). Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the new study included data from nearly 20,000 people from Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, Europe and other parts of the world who received any of nine different vaccines. For most study... Read more →


Maryland Fishing Report September 28

September 28, 2022 Photo courtesy of Jeff Jacobs Photo courtesy of Thomas Bodmer As we reach the end of September, anglers are seeing some exciting fishing action – cooling water temperatures are transitioning some marine fisheries and spurring freshwater fish to feed more aggressively. The end of summer brought some excitement to the Atlantic Coast. Two new state record fish were caught out of Ocean City – a 339-pound swordfish was caught by Jeff Jacobs and a 77- pound albacore by Thomas “Tad” Bodmer. Forecast Summary: September 28 – October 4: Weather conditions this week will be driven by the... Read more →


Due Process Doesn’t Matter When The Deep State is Out To Get You

Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Claims Proven Commonplace: Real Human Trafficking Cases Suppressed While Deep State Tampers Evidence In Cult Leader Keith Raniere Case Exclusive Interview with Nicole Blank Becker By Marc Ang While not shocking to me anymore, it is worth getting out to the public every time our justice agencies act in a way that is not in the best interest of common sense, common decency and “we the people”. The raid on the former President Donald Trump and the continued and unrelenting witch hunt has proven that due process doesn’t matter when the deep state wants to build a story... Read more →


Three Surprise Teams Who May Have a Super Bowl Run This Season

Philadelphia Eagles Three Surprise Teams Who May Have a Super Bowl Run This Season The NFL is back for another season and already we have seen some spectacular plays on the field. The early stages of the campaign have also given us a chance to assess all 32 teams when it comes to their Super Bowl credentials. Here are three teams who look in with a great chance of making a run to the Super Bowl in Arizona in February. Philadelphia Eagles The Philadelphia Eagles have won the NFC East just once in the last four years. The Super Bowl... Read more →


Main Line Today Power Women Summit Oct.19

MAIN LINE TODAY ANNOUNCES HONOREES FOR THE 2022 POWER WOMEN SUMMIT Newtown Square, PA - Main Line Today hosts its annual Power Women Summit on Wednesday, Oct.19, 2022, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm at Drexelbrook Catering & Special Event Center. Tickets are on sale now! Presented by Recovery Centers of America, Devon, and Malvern, this year's Power Women Summit features a much-anticipated conversation between NBC10 news anchor Tracy Davidson and 2020 Main Line Today Power Woman Molly Arbogast, founder and CEO of POV Sports Marketing. Network, get inspired, and hear how two incredibly talented women have achieved milestones of... Read more →


YOUR MONEY: FREE Hotel Rooms, Healthcare Services, Library Cards, Cellphones (VIDEO)

NEW YORK, NY--Newsmax National Correspondent Mike Carter reports on illegal immigrants being rewarded with FREE midtown hotels, health care, cell phones, school supplies, and more, when they arrive in New York - via. "American Agenda" on Newsmax. W Watch Newsmax on Directv 349, Xfinity 1115, Dish 216, Spectrum (see channels), Cox, Optimum, U-Verse 1120, FiOS 615, Suddenlink, CenturyLink 1209, Mediacom 277, Fubo, Sling, WOW!, Armstrong, or the Newsmax App. Read more →


Reviewed: Ernest Sports Golf Launch Monitor Es14

The ES14, released by Ernest Sports in 2014, is the company's most recent portable launch monitor. The ES14's biggest selling factor may be its mobility and the ease with which it can be set up in comparison to other high-end options. It measures 8.25 inches by 5.50 inches by 1.85 inches and weighs 3.5 pounds. Operating The Ernest Launch Monitor ES14 Users need only bring the ES14 to the range (or their home golf studio), power up the device, and adjust the integrated kickstand to ensure the device is angled appropriately to capture ball speed information (you'll need to adjust... Read more →


Names of Businesses and Non-Profits in the 08030 Area Who Received PPP Loans Released by ProPublica

THE DATA PROVIDED BELOW IS FOR GLOUCESTER CITY AND BROOKLAWN GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (September 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--ProPublica, an independent news organization that produces investigative journalism, released a CNBNews graphic files database of all the names of the businesses and non-profits that received money from the Paycheck Protection Program. The PPP is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. First Draw PPP loans can help fund payroll costs, including benefits. They may also be used to pay for mortgage interest, rent, utilities, worker protection costs related to COVID-19, uninsured property damage... Read more →


Beginners’ tips for the online casino roulette table

Roulette is one of the most popular games at any online casino for a number of reasons, among which one of the most important is its simplicity. Even if you’ve never played roulette before and are just now getting interested because Wish casinos lists some sites worth trying, it’s pretty easy to understand. You place your bet, the wheel spins, and you win or lose - that’s as straightforward as games get. However, that doesn’t mean you should play it with your brain switched off. Keeping a close watch on what’s going on, and knowing how to react, is an... Read more →


Wanda Sprague, of Pemberton Pleads Guilty to DUI and Causing the Death of Teenager

Burlington County Prosecutor LaChia L. Bradshaw announced that a 55-year-old Pemberton Township woman pled guilty today to driving. At the same time, impaired and causing the death of a teenage motorist late last year during a head-on collision occurred after drinking at a Browns Mills bar. Under an agreement with the Prosecutor’s Office, Wanda Sprague, of Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, pled guilty to one count of Aggravated Manslaughter (First Degree) in exchange for a term of eight years in New Jersey state prison. The plea was entered in Superior Court in Mount Holly before the Hon. Philip E. Haines, J.S.C., who... Read more →


Three Airline Employees at PHL Airport Indicted for Reservations Skimming Fraud Scheme

Philadelphia International Airport PHILADELPHIA – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that Taylor Thompson, 27; Tiana Fairfax, 29, both of Philadelphia, PA, and Theodore Robinson, 29, of Upper Darby, PA, were arrested and charged by Indictment with seven counts of wire fraud in connection with their scheme to defraud their employer, a national airline carrier, out of ticket fare revenue by recruiting customers to book inexpensive flights which they didn’t intend to use, upgrading those customers to more expensive flights which the customers actually wanted by using supervisors’ computer access codes, and then charging the customers a ‘commission’ and... Read more →


LVHN Mobile Mammograms Returning to Kutztown University Oct. 31

KUTZTOWN, PA (09/28/2022) The Lehigh Valley Topper Cancer Institute will bring its mobile mammography coach to Kutztown University Monday, Oct. 31. Screenings will take place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Student Recreation Center parking lot. The screening service will be offered to women over 40 who have not had a mammogram in the past year. The event is open to the entire community. Post-traditional and graduate students and staff, faculty, and community members can benefit from this opportunity. No prescription is needed for women over 40 who have not had a mammogram in the past year. There are... Read more →


CNB Hunting News Delaware: Open in October Antlerless Deer, Muzzleloader Deer, Duck/Snow Geese

Youth Waterfowl Hunt to Occur Oct. 15; Hunters Reminded That Deer Hunting is Allowed on All Sundays Through Jan. 31, 2023 Additional Delaware hunting seasons are set to open in October, including various deer firearm seasons, duck, snow goose and other migratory game birds – as well as the one-day youth-only waterfowl hunt on Saturday, Oct. 15, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Deer hunting is allowed on all Sundays through Jan. 31, 2023, using only those hunting methods legal for the respective established deer hunting seasons, with additional information available at de.gov/sundayhunt. Hunting season... Read more →


Darrel Alston’s Luxury Sneaker and Apparel Brand Bungee Oblečení to Debut at Neiman Marcus King of Prussia

Taking Things to the Next Level... on October 14th Darrell Alston spent more than 11 years in prison, using that time to make plans and sketch designs for hundreds of pairs of shoes, which would eventually lead to the conception of his luxury sneaker and apparel brand, Bungee Oblečení. Shortly after launching his business, Alston became one of those feel-good, national comeback stories you often hear about, eventually being featured on the Today Show, Inside Edition, The Nick Cannon Show and more, helping this humble Philadelphia-based entrepreneur’s dreams of success in the luxury fashion world come true. In the summer... Read more →


Gaming and New Jersey: What's the history?

From Atlantic City to online gaming, it's safe to say that New Jersey has a long-standing affiliation with gaming and gambling fun. The famous Boardwalk dates back centuries - and the industry is a major money-puller in the heart of NJ. Since then, the thirst for games has grown massively and has, of course, evolved with the advent of online slots and more. Let's take a quick look at a brief history of gaming and gambling across the state and why NJ is one of the more playful territories across the US. When did gambling first become legal in New... Read more →


“I Need Money Desperately” – How and Where to Borrow Money

“I need money here and now” isn’t a rare statement among potential borrowers. They try to deal with financial difficulties by borrowing money from private companies, namely online lenders. How effective is it? Is it safe at all? Does it make any sense? The answer is “yes”. Some lenders provide more attractive personal loan products than others. These include faster application and funding, lower interest rates, no early repayment penalties, and so on. To find the best personal loan, you can shop around and assess the available types of loans. You will need to consider APRs, service fees, and extra... Read more →


SAY IT ISN'T SO!!! The Experts Doubt Economic, Environmental Value of Wind Power

Heavy transport, wind turbine transportation Shutterstock (The Center Square) – Wind farms continue to pop up like mushrooms across Michigan’s landscape, and with them, plenty of backlash from energy, economic and environmental public policy experts. Michigan ranks 15th for total wind generation nationwide, according to a 2021 study released by Commodity.com, which was updated last May. The study reports wind provides 8% of the total electricity consumed by the nation’s homes, government entities and businesses while contributing 7% to Michigan’s electricity grid. While proponents tout the environmental benefits of wind over other energy sources, it typically takes 18 months after... Read more →


Peyton and Me Meandering in Gloucester City (Chapter 23)

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet THE WILD SIDE OF GLOUCESTER CITY--Mother Nature is active in Gloucester City. People must slow down and sometimes watch what is happening right in front of them. Peyton and Me have had runs-in with wild turkeys, a fox, a beaver, geese, pheasants, a deer, a skunk, and most recently, a Red-tailed hawk. All that wildlife is living right in our little neighborhood of Riverview Heights. After taking a photo of the men working on Barnard Avenue, we walked along the railroad tracks towards Powell Street. Suddenly, the hawk in the photo came swarming down... Read more →


CNBNews CONSUMER ALERT: Did you get an email saying your personal info is for sale on the dark web?

By Seena Gressin Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education September 26, 2022 People are telling us they’ve gotten emails warning that their sensitive personal information is being sold in the shadowy marketplaces of the dark web. Some emails list the stolen information, like all or part of the person’s Social Security number, date of birth, and driver’s license number. If you’ve gotten one of these emails, take steps to help protect yourself against financial loss from identity theft. Don’t click a link or use a phone number in the message. It could be a “phishing” email, designed to trick... Read more →


Judicial Watch:COVID-19 Vaccine Studies Used by HHS were Conducted in China

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it received 115 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revealing previously redacted locations of COVID-19 vaccine testing facilities in Shanghai, China. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) claimed the testing facilities' name and locations were protected by the confidential commercial information exemption of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The records were obtained through a September 2021 FOIA lawsuit filed after the FDA, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease failed to respond to a June 7,... Read more →


AccuWeather WARNING!

East Coast on alert for Hurricane Ian's impacts

Widespread rainfall amounts of 2-4 inches are expected through much of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and southern Virginia, including in the Appalachian Mountains. Cities such as Roanoke, Virginia, to Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina, and Augusta, Georgia, could all receive several inches of rain. AccuWeather Hurricane Center – September 26, 2022 – AccuWeather meteorologists warn that the tropical system they have been tracking for nearly a week will not only threaten to cause damage in Florida, but it could also bring widespread impacts to the East Coast. On Monday and Tuesday, Ian is expected to intensify rapidly over the... Read more →


Washington Politics: Biden, Dems, and Media Succeed at Inciting Violence against So-Called “Republican Extremists”

Posted Friday, September 23, 2022 | By Tammy Bruce Many of us openly condemn President Joe Biden‘s rhetoric accusing conservatives of being “extremists” and a danger to the country as likely prompting and even encouraging unhinged people to act with violence on those “warnings.“ And now here we are. A 41-year-old North Dakota man has reportedly admitted to running over Cayler Ellingson, an 18-year-old a teenager, explaining that the victim was part of a “Republican extremist group.” According to a probable-cause affidavit provided to Fox News Digital, “Brandt stated that the pedestrian called some people and Brandt was afraid they... Read more →


CHUCKLES: The Traffic Accident and Adam and Eve

A woman ran a red traffic light and crashed into a man’s car. Both of their cars are demolished, but amazingly neither of them was hurt. After they crawled out of their cars, the woman said, “Wow, just look at our cars!” There’s nothing left, but fortunately, we are unhurt. This must be a sign from God that we should meet and be friends and live together in peace for the rest of our days.” The man replied, “I agree with you completely. This must be a sign from God!” The woman continued, “And look at this, here’s another miracle.... Read more →


Case Study Writing Help

Case study writing is a complex task that requires a great deal of critical thinking and research. Case studies are written to gain a better understanding of a process or a specific subject. For example, you can study how the post-surgical infection rate at ABC Hospital is higher than the rate for other health centers in the area. Case study writing is a complex task. Case study writing is a complex task that requires extensive research and careful preparation. The writing should be readable and follow a logical flow. The writer should also make sure to include all relevant information.... Read more →


How to Write A Business Statistics Assignment

Writing an assignment is an art form. It involves conveying knowledge and relevant information in a systematic and theoretical manner. There are many steps to writing an assignment. First, choose a topic. You can get a topic from your teacher or find it independently. If your professor gives you a topic, you'll need extensive research. I am writing a business statistics assignment. If you are in a problem with writing a business statistics assignment, the best way to deal with it is to hire a professional assignment essay writer. A good assignment writer will know all the intricacies of this... Read more →


The Story Behind The Story: Let's Talk Trivia...

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Columnist Did you know...that former presidents cannot drive themselves on public roads? This was a result of JFK's assassination. President Johnson was the last one to drive himself on a public road. source https://www.dreamstime.com/ Did you know...the time difference between 1918 to 1970 is equal to the time difference between 1970 and today? Did you know...We used to have nine planets? In 2006 the smallest and farthest away planet was demoted, leaving our solar system with only eight planets. Did you know...There are no living five-star generals/admirals and probably never will be again? There are disputes... Read more →


Serapio Zapata, 58, of Sussex, DE., Cited for Illegal Dumping

Delaware Natural Resources Police Environmental Crimes Unit (ECU) arrested a Georgetown man Tuesday, Sept. 20, on a charge of illegal dumping on a public roadway. After an investigation by ECU officers, Serapio Zapata, 58, was issued an e-ticket with a fine of $637 for causing or contributing to the discharge of solid waste materials. DNREC reminds Delawareans and visitors to Keep DE Litter Free, not to litter, to help clean up our outdoor spaces, and protect the state’s unique natural heritage. About DNREC The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control protects and manages the state’s natural resources, protects... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Under Gov. Hochul Penn Station Has Gotten Worst

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on NY Gov. Hochul: The Catholic League’s offices are located directly across the street from Penn Station. No area in New York City has deteriorated more than this—it is Manhattan's filthiest and most dangerous spot. Former Mayor Bill de Blasio did more to create this mess than anyone; the current mayor, Eric Adams, has not done nearly enough to rectify it. The person most to blame today is unquestionably Gov. Kathy Hochul. Unlike most parts of New York, this area has no neighborhood. It is home to the train station, Madison Square Garden, Macy’s,... Read more →


How do you quickly sell bitcoin on the online platform?

Are you searching for the best platform for the exchanging of cryptocurrencies? You have to get started with the Bitpapa platform, which will benefit the people more. Hence more newcomers are considering the platform for trading, which may not give any more issues to the user. In the online platform, you must exchange crypto; the bitpapa is the best source find more information. While compared with the other forum, the Bitpapa exchange platform is excellent and reliable. Of course, you need not worry while seeking to buy or sell your cryptocurrency. With the aid of the platform, which means Bitpapa,... Read more →


10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's

10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's Share or Print this page Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's or other dementia. Alzheimer's is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. There are 10 warning signs and symptoms. If you notice any of them, don't ignore them. Schedule an appointment with your doctor. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to learn how you can help those affected by Alzheimer's. 1 Memory loss that disrupts daily life One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease, especially in the early stage,... Read more →


Free Fly-Fishing Lessons Offered for Anglers

Advanced Registration Required Anglers interested in learning about and gaining skills in the increasingly popular sport of fly fishing are encouraged to register for free, introductory fly-fishing lessons, hosted by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control . The DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife has teamed up with experienced anglers from the White Clay Fly Fishers Club who will be on site to provide instruction. The two-part course for individuals 16 years of age and older will be presented in two three-hour Saturday sessions on Sept. 24 and Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon at the... Read more →


Coast Guard Reports Fishing vessel Aleutian Isle recovered, defueled and on salvage barge

SEATTLE, September 22, 2022 — Response crews successfully placed the fishing vessel, Aleutian Isle, onto a salvage barge near Mitchell Bay on San Juan Island on Sept. 21. The vessel no longer poses a significant threat to the environment and will soon transit to a mainland facility for further investigation into the cause of the sinking. “We are so pleased to see the vessel safely out of the water,” said U.S. Coast Guard Cmdr. Kira Moody, federal on-scene coordinator representative. “The unique environment of the San Juan Islands and location of the vessel made this a complicated and technical response. Through... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY : An Embarrassed Continent

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Anyone who peruses Facebook, and probably other social media sites, has seen time and again that kids today are so disrespectful. If you have gray hair, you will probably agree - that is, until this week. All three major North American countries managed to embarrass their countries, their citizens, and sadly, themselves. Let's start in the south. The Mexican president did not attend but sent his Secretary of Foreign Affairs. That's okay, the president has a lot on his hands these days, directing 200,000 illegal immigrants into the United States in August alone. However, the Secretary... Read more →


The State Where Halfway Houses Are a Revolving Door to Prison

“Another Place to Warehouse People” by Moe Clark, photography by Eli Imadali ProPublica A halfway house run by Intervention Community Corrections Services, under the umbrella organization Intervention Inc., in Lakewood, Colorado. Residents at ICCS facilities are prohibited from possessing candles, gift cards, debit cards or cash, according to a client manual. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. As Andrew Montano’s parole date neared, he had two options: spend another year in prison or finish his sentence at a state-funded halfway house. Fellow inmates... Read more →


CNBNews Fishing Maryland: Fall Great Weather for Anglers

September 21, 2022 Angler Philip Wyatt Wieland caught a 30-inch Spanish mackerel in the Chesapeake Bay. Photo courtesy Philip Wyatt Wieland As summer fades into fall, anglers are enjoying milder temperatures and good fishing for a variety of species. If you enjoy the beautiful scenery to go with your fall fishing trips, check out the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fall Foliage Report to find out where the trees are displaying their natural wonder. Sign up at the DNR website to receive the weekly report by email. Forecast Summary: September 21 – September 27: This week starts out warm with... Read more →


After Spending Billions of Dollars on Wind Power in Michigan, Experts Question, Environmental Value

By Bruce Walker | The Center Square Sep 14, 2022 Heavy transport, wind turbine transportation (Shutterstock) (The Center Square) – Wind farms continue to pop up like mushrooms across Michigan’s landscape, and with them, plenty of backlash from energy, economic and environmental public policy experts. Michigan ranks 15th for total wind generation nationwide, according to a 2021 study released by Commodity.com, which was updated last May. The study reports wind provides 8% of the total electricity consumed by the nation’s homes, government entities, and businesses, while contributing 7% to Michigan’s electricity grid. While proponents tout the environmental benefits of wind... Read more →


AccuWeather Alert: Fall Is Near, Cool Air Ahead

Coolest air since May coming to the Northeast as fall begins "The first snowflakes of the season may be seen across northern New England and northeastern New York state, especially in the mountains where some of the ridges and peaks could see a light accumulation from late Thursday to Friday," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Adam Douty said. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – September 20, 2022 - AccuWeather meteorologists say that the strongest wave of cool air since May will arrive across the Northeast just in time for the official start of fall, which begins at 9:03 p.m. EDT Thursday with the... Read more →


CNB CHUCKLES: Looking for a Good Laugh? Check This Out (film)

The Dentist from The Carol Burnett Show starring Tim Conway and Harvey Kormann is one of the funniest sketches ever seen on television Harvey Korman has a toothache and needs a good dentist to end his pain and suffering but gets Tim Conway instead. Tim got Harvey laughing so much that Harvey actually wet his pants while filming this skit. If you liked this you might also like to watch Tim Conway Elephant Story, another funny clip from the Carol Burnett Show. Get The Video Of The Day. source Big Geek Daddy Read more →


10 Popular And Most Played Sports Around The Globe Today

Sports significantly impact our culture, from when we are young and take sports very seriously to when we are older and view it as a hobby, a fitness routine, and even a possible career. Sports are now followed with great enthusiasm in every corner of the globe. Due to its popularity, sports are even brought out on online casinos like CasinoTopLists as one of the games people can bet on. The fans of a particular sport or team tend to idolize that player or squad, viewing them as role models. Favorite sports vary by region, as do the people who... Read more →


CNBNews Comment Rules: No More Unsigned Remarks

CNBNews Comment Rules: No More Unsigned Remarks We no longer accept comments with an anonymous name or a fictitious name. Your submitted remark must contain your full name, street address, phone number, and a working email address. Only your name will be published. The information we request is no different than what Facebook, Twitter, etc ask for. If you believe in what you wrote you should be willing to back it up with your name. If a person is a regular contributor and only wants to use their first or last name with their comment we will allow that as... Read more →


How Does Delivery Software for Restaurants Work?

The global pandemic led to a rise in demand for food delivery services. However, customers quickly came to see how expensive it is to get food through a third-party provider. They were dismayed to see their bill almost double at times because of the fees charged by these providers. Consumers weren't alone. Restaurant owners were paying exorbitant commissions to these delivery platforms. This cut into profits because passing these fees on to customers could lead to a loss of business. Why are third-party platforms able to charge so much? How can software for your restaurant address these issues? Market Consolidation... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing Delaware: Waterfowl and Trout Stamp Art Winners Chosen

Two accomplished artists have again won top honors in Delaware’s Waterfowl Stamp and Trout Stamp art contests, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced today. Best in Show in the DNREC-sponsored contests went to a painting of a wood duck in a bottomland swamp by Richard Clifton of Milford, Del., which will grace the 2023/24 Delaware Waterfowl Stamp, and to a painting of a brown trout by Jeffrey Klinefelter of Etna Green, Ind., to be featured on the 2023 Delaware Trout Stamp. The annual stamp art competition drew 13 entries for the 2023/24 Delaware Waterfowl Stamp and 12... Read more →


*Just Weeks Remaining: Rams Class of '63 Reunion

GCHS Class of '63 at their 50th Reunion. (CNBNews file photo) WEST DEPTFORD, NJ--Members of the Gloucester Catholic High School Class of 1963 are gathering at the beautiful Riverwinds Restaurant for their 60th Reunion Luncheon, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 located on the Delaware River in West Deptford, NJ. The social gathering will be held from noon to 4 PM. All class members at any time, including those who may have graduated elsewhere, and their guests are welcome. Cost per Person: $50 Includes an entree choice, made at the luncheon itself, of: - Salmon w/Dijon Cream Sauce (sauce may be omitted)... Read more →


Winter is Coming!Steps to Breathe Easier in Your Home

NAPSI)—When it looks like winter is coming, there are certain steps you can take to breathe easier at home. In addition to clearing clogged gutters, closing storm windows and prepping the weather stripping on your windows and doors, it’s important to get the furnace, filter and air ducts checked and cleaned if necessary. Hints on How A complete home winterizing should include replacing the filter on your furnace and cleaning the ductwork to remove built-up dirt, dust, and debris. That will improve indoor air quality and keep your heating and ventilation (HVAC) system running smoothly. A Word on Why There... Read more →