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CNB Business News: Former NBA All- Star Amar’e Stoudemire Visits Royal Wine and Kayco

Bayonne, NJ (MARCH 23, 2021)-- Mordy Herzog, KAYCO CEO (L), and Nathan Herzog (R), President Royal Wine Corp., offer up Passover products to Amar’e Stoudemire, former NBA All-Star. He and his family paid a visit to Royal Wine and Kayco, the largest distributors of Kosher food & Wine based in Bayonne, NJ. He stocked up on Kosher for Passover matzo and Wines. Read more →


MURPHY: NURSING HOMES SHOULD PAY PRICE FOR COVID On CBS, Gov. Phil Murphy spoke about concerns over his administration's work to slow or stop the spread of COVID-19 in nursing homes. Some blame sits with the facilities who failed to follow the health department's "explicit, black-and-white" instructions, Murphy said. While it's true that the state's policy asked long-term care facilities to not turn away COVID-positive residents, Murphy said the state told the facilities the residents must live in "their own wing, their own building" — and if that wasn't possible, operators were told to "come to us and we'll find another alternative." Still, some facilities "did not take our advice," Murphy said, and "they deserve to pay a price for that." (Patch / CBS News)... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

URI students named to the Fall 2020 Dean's List KINGSTON, RI (03/02/2021)-- The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Fall 2020 Dean's List. The students represent nearly all of Rhode Island's cities and towns, all six New England states, New York and New Jersey, and many other states and countries. The following students were named to Dean's List: Ryan Artis of Medford (08055) Mitchell Asante of Vineland (08361) Kaitlyn Bansky of Haddon Township (08108) Erica Bibeau of Pennsville (08070) Chris Bracchi of Berlin (08009) Sarah Callazzo of Atlantic City (08401) Natalie Chasten of Pilesgrove (08098) Cassandra Crompton of Sewell (08080) Garrett Cronin of Wrightstown (08562) Evan Daily of Linwood (08221) Catherine De Melas of Mickleton (08056) Emily Fillmore of Medford (08055) Rachel... Read more →

CNBNews Spotlight on NJ College Students

Gabrielle Byrnes Makes Fall 2020 Dean's List at Adelphi University in New York GARDEN CITY, NY (03/03/2021)-- Gabrielle Byrnes of Voorhees, NJ, has been named to Adelphi University's fall 2020 Dean's List. Byrnes was among a select group of outstanding students recognized by Adelphi's deans of Arts and Sciences, Education and Health Science, Business, Nursing and Public Health, Social Work and Psychology for superior academic performance. The list comprises full-time students-registered for 12 or more credits-who have completed at least nine graded credits and achieved a GPA of 3.5 or above for the semester. This recognition becomes part of the student's academic record and is entered into the individual's transcript. Alyssa Donato of Cedarville Named to 2021 Kutztown University Softball Team KUTZTOWN, PA (03/03/2021)-- Kutztown... Read more →

CNB Medical News: Do People with Migraine Get Enough Exercise?

Two-and-a-Half Hours of Exercise a Week May Reduce Migraine Triggers by American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Newswise — MINNEAPOLIS – More than two-thirds of people with migraine do not get enough exercise, according to a preliminary study released today, February 23, 2021, that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 73rd Annual Meeting being held virtually April 17 to 22, 2021. The study found that people who do get a minimum of two-and-a-half hours of moderate to vigorous exercise a week had a reduced rate of migraine triggers like stress, depression and sleep problems. “Migraine is a disabling condition that affects millions of people in the United States, and yet regular exercise may be an effective way to reduce the frequency and intensity... Read more →

$1 Trillion Plus Federal COVID Relief Bill Could Allocate Billions for New Jersey

Gloucestercitynews.net graphics Love Your Money (The Center Square)(Feb. 16, 2021)-- – The federal government could allocate more than $9.4 billion to support local governments across New Jersey as part of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill Congress is considering. The Democrat-sponsored measure includes $350 billion in funding for state, local and territorial governments. Under the bill, 60% of the funds would go to state governments, while the remaining 40% would go to local governments. As it stands now, New Jersey would receive nearly $6.5 billion, while local governments across the Garden State would see more than $2.9 billion. “State and local governments have been hit hard by this pandemic, facing devastating budget shortfalls that threaten vital day-to-day programs and the dedicated public servants who provide... Read more →

Bernadette "Bonnie" Brogan (nee Huntley) of Haddon Heights

Bernadette "Bonnie" Brogan (nee Huntley), on December 15, 2020, of Haddon Hts., formerly of Runnemede. Age 89. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Brogan. Loving mother of Joseph Brogan, Maryann Woods (Paul), Brian Brogan, and the late Bernadette Brogan. Devoted grandmother of 10 grandchildren and also survived by great grandchildren. Bonnie was a former telephone operator at Cooper Hospital, RCA and Bell Telephone. Bonnie was a member of Tavistock Country Club where she enjoyed playing Mahjong. Services are private at the convenience of the family. Donations may be made in Bonnie's memory to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. Read more →

Is PA Becoming the Next NBA Star Factory?

(December 4, 2020)--Every year, some NBA contenders cannot wait to hear their names being called out on draft night as this enables them to start their professional basketball careers. With the level of preparation required to transit to a pro in the NBA, the fate of becoming a basketball legend has been tied closely to colleges (and many powerhouse programs) that have a proven record and long history of producing NBA stars. Such colleges serve as a point of attraction to individuals with the dream of pursuing a professional basketball career. The success colleges in Pennsylvania recorded in helping young players achieve their dream of becoming professional NBA players result from the funding they receive and the heavy presence of the best facilities. This makes... Read more →

Guest Opinion: Annoying Lost Time From Preventative Healthcare

By: Joe Ball, CNBNews Contributor I’m not into giving time to medically-related practitioners- -when I’m only a potential patient. Yes, I’m into giving time to medically-related practitioners- -when it benefits them- -as I have done Gloucestercitynews.net files for over 50 years by providing to them ways to gain new patients via the professional advertising and communications channels of my firm, American Advertising Services. (If interested, 484-562-0060.) But back to the topic of there personal thoughts: Lately, with my wife, Sandy’s constant pushing, reminding, pushing, encouraging- -and pushing, I’ve been seeing a growing number of health professionals. Here they are from the head down to my feet. …Optometrist …Audiologist …Dentist …Dermatologist …General Practitioner …Cardiologist …Physical Therapist …Podiatrist …Also the druggist, and labs for tests. Note: No... Read more →

Gloucester City Fall Clean-Up Day

Dawn Watson photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 3, 2020)--Each year on the first weekend of October Gloucester City holds its annual Clean-Up Day. Volunteers spread out throughout the city picking up trash and debris. The three young ladies pictured above were doing their part on Saturday, picking up trash around the Gloucester City Middle School, located on Market Street between 5th and 6th Streets. Related: RELATED: CNB Crime CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published Gloucestercitynews.net | October 2 2020 Read more →

How to choose a certified professional photographer

(SEPTEMBER 16, 20202)--In modern times the photo industry continues to develop and becomes even more popular. New types of photography appear in connection with demand. You can capture culturally significant events, mentally stimulating scenes from all over the world. Lots of people need photo sessions for weddings, family portraits, school albums and different business purposes. Certainly, you can take photos on the phone or camera. However, it is difficult to achieve the desired results. Therefore, you may need a certified professional photographer who treats work responsibly and transmits true emotions in the picture. An expert makes the process of shooting pleasant and creates the downright gorgeous masterpieces which you will enjoy for a long time. How to pick a real specialist Choosing a professional photographer... Read more →

NJ Youth will lose their YAP Services if Proposed Cuts by DCF are Accepted by Gov.

By TNA Editor THE NEIGHBORHOOD ADVOCATE- September 4, 2020September 4, 2020 With support from Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), Inc., Kadin and Kameron are back home with their mom after a temprary resource foster home placement About four years ago, Robin, a then 39-year-old Atlantic County, NJ single mother of nine children, found herself overwhelmed. “I was in a domestic relationship with a man who sold drugs and brought a lot of drama into my home.” She said as a result, New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF) removed her children from the home. Two ended up in congregate placements. Four remained together in her neighborhood with a stable, loving foster family and two were placed in a temporary resource foster home in Cumberland County.... Read more →

Officer Down: Corporal Bryant Searcy Killed by Inmate

Corporal Bryant Searcy Wayne County Sheriff's Office, Michigan End of Watch Wednesday, September 2, 2020 Corporal Bryant Searcy was killed when he was assaulted by an inmate at about 10:00 pm at Jail Division 2 at 525 Clinton Street in Detroit. He suffered severe injuries during the struggle with the inmate after he was attacked. He was transported to Detroit Receiving Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The inmate who attacked him remains in custody. Corporal Bryant had served with the Wayne County Sheriff's Office for 18 years and was assigned to Jail Division 2. He is survived by his wife and daughter. RELATED: Via Officer Down Memorial page CNB Crime Blue Line CNBNews Tips and Snippets CNBNews Point of View BREAKING NEWS published... Read more →

Students from NJ named to Alvernia University spring 2020 Dean's List

READING, PA (08/10/2020)-- The following local college students were among the over 850 students were named to Alvernia University's Dean's List for the spring 2020 semester. Sean Barnard of Southampton, NJ (08088) is studying Health Care Science at Alvernia University. Tyler Barrett of Mays Landing, NJ (08330) is studying Sport Management at Alvernia University. Sara Campbell of Mount Laurel, NJ (08054) is studying Athletic Training at Alvernia University. Samuel Corn of Bridgeton, NJ (08302) is studying Marketing at Alvernia University. Elizabeth Danovich of Sewell, NJ (08080) is studying Occupational Therapy at Alvernia University. Maria Figurelli of Mullica Hill, NJ (08062) is studying Behavioral Health at Alvernia University. Justin Fortuna of Williamstown, NJ (08094) is studying Marketing at Alvernia University. Madison Hengey of Swedesboro, NJ (08085)... Read more →

Mega Millions Jackpot Now $62,000,000

TRENTON (July 1, 2020) – The Mega Millions drawing on Tuesday, June 30, drawing produced 16 players that matched four of the five white balls drawn making each ticket worth $500. Moreover, 22,910 other New Jersey players took home $92,450 in prizes ranging from $2 to $400. The winning numbers for Tuesday, June 30, drawing were: 9, 16, 29, 37 and 53. The Gold Mega Ball was 11, and the Megaplier Multiplier was 02. The next drawing will be held Friday, July 3, at 11:00 pm. All New Jersey Lottery Mega Millions tickets must be purchased before 10:45 pm to participate in the drawing. Mega Millions tickets cost just two dollars; by adding the Megaplier option for an extra dollar per play, players can increase... Read more →

Final Vote Coming Today on State's $7.7 Billion Budget; The Plan Funds the State for 3 Months

This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. JOHN REITMEYER | JUNE 29, 2020 Key Points to Watch in the Bill Lawmakers plan final votes Monday on a three-month spending plan needed after COVID-19 lockdown stalled state economy A nearly $8 billion “mini budget” that covers state operations for another three months is slated for final approval in both houses of the Legislature on Monday Gloucestercitynews.net files afternoon. Sponsored by majority Democrats, the spending legislation should have no problem clearing the Assembly and Senate before landing on Gov. Phil Murphy’s desk by the end of the day. Under the current schedule, Murphy, also... Read more →

Buy Instagram comments and other must-know tips for web designers to increase visibility

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 26, 2020)--There is a veritable sea of talent out there as far as web designers are concerned, with carefully crafted websites and domains. The competition is fierce out there, and to make it big. It would help if you thought outside the box, which is going to increase your visibility. The following post is about the tips you need as a designer, to integrate your passion with your social media to raise awareness and profile for your concern. A brief intro about the use of Instagram for business - Buy Instagram comments Instagram has slowly evolved into something more than just the beautiful feed of personal moments and selfies. Business people and entrepreneurs are now crafting Instagram profiles that showcase their talents, abilities, and... Read more →

NJ Students Receive Degrees from Susquehanna University

SELINSGROVE, PA (06/16/2020)-- Susquehanna University conferred academic degrees on 497 students at the close of its 162nd academic year on May 13. The ceremony was broadcast to participants in a virtual format to ensure social distancing guidelines. "The final weeks of your time as Susquehanna students have been filled with extraordinary challenges and diverted expectations. Yet you prevailed in the face of global disruption." President Jonathan D. Green said in his message to the Class of 2020 and their families. "Your determination to stay the course is a hallmark of your resilience which will serve you well in your future endeavors," he added. He was joined by members of the faculty congratulating the students as they look forward to a formal, in-person commencement ceremony scheduled... Read more →

Jonah Engler explains what good mindfulness meditation does for your health

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 15, 2020)--Living our lives from moment to moment with a calm mind to enjoy every moment brings immense happiness and enhances the joy of living. To achieve the state of mind that sharpens your senses so that you can hear, sense, and feel everything that is happening around you but with a measured aloofness without being judgmental, you must practice mindfulness meditation that enhances your overall wellbeing. The practice of meditation will purify your mind by filtering out unwanted thoughts that lead to stress and distracts you from enjoying the brighter side of life, says Jonah Engler. He takes an enormous interest in cultivating people to inspire them and show the ways of happy living. Meditation allows you to see the inner beauty of... Read more →

The Ultimate Guide to Relocating

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(May 13, 2020)--Relocating to a new area offers several great benefits. It gives you the chance to explore a new town or city, seek out new job opportunities, make new friends, and create your ideal living environment. However, with so many options available, choosing a new location, and finding a new property can be a challenge! To help you have a successful move, here is the ultimate guide to relocating: Create a moving checklist Once you have purchased a new property, you will be given a date when you can move into your new home. Moving can be extremely stressful, so you must plan and prepare accordingly. One of the easiest ways to get organized for a house move is by making a moving checklist... Read more →

Benefits of Choosing the Top Wall Mount Rack Cabinet for Your Electronics

(Gloucestercitynews.net)May 2, 2020)--People need rack cabinets for various reasons. Regardless of what this reason, there is a lot a rack cabinet can do for the average person. There are various types of rack cabinets. Some of them are wall mount rack cabinets, enclosed, desktop, open frame, etc. For the purpose of this article, we will focus on wall mount rack cabinets. A wall mount rack cabinet is a type of rack cabinet that gets attached to the wall. This is quite obvious from their name. When used, they make it possible for an individual to have access to their hardware and network components without taking up extra space in the house Wall mount rack cabinets are amazing and are associated with a lot of benefits.... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: America awakes to a national emergency and a weekend at home

By Dan McCaleb | The Center Square A day after President Donald Trump issued an emergency declarationover the coronavirus pandemic, Americans woke up Saturday realizing life over the next several weeks will be very different. Schools are closed. Colleges and universities are turning to virtual education online. College students studying far from home are making travel plans to return home early. Sporting events are postponed or cancelled. Many workers are being asked to work from home. Grocery store shelves are empty. Churches are cancelling services. Many states have enacted bans on mass gatherings, including parades, concerts and other social events. Americans' 401(k)s are less valuable. Social distancing is the catch phrase of the day. As of Friday night, more than 2,200 people have been diagnosed... Read more →


Yesterday, Gov. Phil Murphy spoke about his plan to make college more affordable for students who enroll in one of New Jersey's public colleges and universities. The focus is four-year institutions, and there's 11 total, including Rutgers University and Rowan University. Under the plan outlined in his 2021 budget — which he delivered yesterday — families who earn under $65,000 per year would be able to send their teens to college for free. The plan would affect students who enroll next fall (2021) and later. (NorthJersey / NJ.com) TRUMP MOCKED SEA WALL. NOW THE PROJECT IS HALTED. In a move that was called "unexpected" by The New York Times, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that it is putting a $19 million feasibility study... Read more →

NJCU Over Rutgers-Camden

CAMDEN City, N.J. (Feb. 15, 2020) – The New Jersey City University men’s basketball team outscored Rutgers University-Camden, 51-28, in the second half to overcome a one-point halftime deficit and went on to defeat the Scarlet Raptors, 90-70, in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game here Saturday afternoon. The contest served as Senior Day for four-year Scarlet Raptor letterman Isaac Destin, who closes out his stellar career Wednesday night when the Scarlet Raptors host Montclair State University at 8 p.m. NJCU, which entered the day locked in a three-way battle with Rowan and Montclair State to claim the final two spots in the upcoming conference playoffs, improves to 12-12 overall and 9-8 in the NJAC. The Gothic Knights lead their all-time series against the Scarlet... Read more →

Lech Wałęsa Speaks at Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Rochester, MI (Nov. 16, 2019)-- Former Nobel Peace Prize awardee and Republic of Poland president Lech Wałęsa was the keynote speaker at Oakland University last Friday, as the guest of the Varner Vitality Lecture Series. He made an earlier appearance at an intimate press conference that was sponsored by the Oakland University Division of Academic Affairs and the Polish-American Federal Credit Union. Wałęsa, who understands some English, was skillfully assisted by longtime interpreter and author Magdalena Iwinska. Wałęsa wore a black T-shirt that proclaimed in Polish, “Constitution Is Being Violated” (In Polish block letters, an abbreviation.) Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, Oakland University’s president, told the audience, “We have a guest whose actions at a critical time in history embody the highest... Read more →

Two Criminals Sentenced for Operation of Prostitution Ring Involving a Minor

TRENTON, N.J. (August 30, 2019)--– A Middlesex County, New Jersey, man and a Bronx, New York, man have been sentenced for their respective roles in a 2018 scheme in which a minor was advertised and provided for commercial sex acts, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today. Aryeh Goodman, 37, of East Brunswick, New Jersey, was sentenced today to 18 months in prison. He previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Freda L. Wolfson to an information charging him with interstate travel in aid of a racketeering enterprise. Richard Ortiz, 24, a/k/a “Ace,” of Bronx, New York, was sentenced Aug. 27, 2019, to 96 months in prison. He previously pleaded guilty before Judge Wolfson to an information charging him with conspiracy to commit the sex trafficking... Read more →

Home Country: Alphonse “Windy” Wilson Fired Up...Again

Slim Randles | CNBNewsnet (Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 7, 2019)--You have to hand it to Windy. When Alphonse “Windy” Wilson chooses to speak, it is a bombastic sampling of creativity. Windy has yet to find a word he can’t make better through his own unique methods. Well, what got him fired up the other day was a meeting of the ladies of the garden club down at the nursery. Windy’s been helping Dewey with his manure business on the one day a week he spends helping others. Today wasn’t a helper day, but he couldn’t pass up the audience. They hadn’t gotten through old business when Windy stood, smiled, and spoke. “Dear ladies,” he said, “what an opera-tune moment this is, finding you all coagulated here in an... Read more →

Coast Guard Sunset Service at Cape May Training Center August 4

CAPE MAY, N.J. –(Gloucestercitynews.net)- U.S. Coast Guard Training Center Cape May is scheduled to host a Sunset Parade at the Training Center, Aug. 4 at 7:50 p.m., in honor of the Jersey Cape Military Spouses Club and local community organizations and to recognize the Coast Guard’s 229th birthday. The event is free and open to the public. The gates of the Training Center will open at 6 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to use this time for security screening, parking and seating. Guests should plan on being seated by 7:30 p.m. Sunset Parades are exciting and fun for the entire family; however, children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the ceremony. Visitors should expect increased security screening for the event, and guests are not permitted... Read more →

Statement of Former Senator Raymond J. Lesniak Regarding NJ's Tax Incentive Program

As the sponsor of New Jersey’s first tax incentive that transformed a contaminated garbage dump in Elizabeth into the Jersey Gardens Mall which has generated thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of revenue for Elizabeth and the State and has more visitors from out of state than any other location in New Jersey, I come not to bury tax incentives, but to praise them. I see that Governor Murphy’s Task Force has no person with an economical development or economic financial background, or a background in city planning or smart growth or the legislative process, upon which to assist your mission launched by Governor Murphy with his unsupported statement that tax Incentives have squandered up to $11 bil. of tax dollars. As someone who... Read more →

Davis on Verge of Breaking Record but Oakland Wins Rivalry Game

By Raymond Rolak | CNB Sports Editor ROCHESTER--(Feb. 24, 2019)(CNBNewsnet)-- It was billed as a “Barn Burner,” the rivalry game between Detroit Mercy and Oakland University. The O’Rena was packed and it was standing room only. The 40-plus member Golden Grizzlies pep band for athletics had the record crowd charged-up and rocking. Before the game, Oakland coach, Greg Kampe crossed the court and shook hands with longtime supporter and alumnus, Ken McCarter. The color guard from the Rochester Police Department looked sharp and well-ordered, while Chiara Clayton nailed the national anthem. All the while, public address announcer Kevin Beers kept revving up the home supporters with his version of, “Three pointer, 1-2-3.” It was quite a show and Oakland responded better than expected. The Golden... Read more →

Self Defense for College Students-2019 Guide To Campus Protection

(CNBNewsnet)(December 14, 2018)--Many college students and institutions are aware of the importance of personal safety and self-defense, but not everyone knows the best ways to defend yourself. From keeping yourself prepared when out alone to knowing how to defend yourself and what to use, these rules will help in any campus. Don’t just arm yourself with a knife or stun gun, learn how to use them and how to avoid getting into a situation where they are needed. If you or a loved one are heading off to college, keep in mind these simple rules. 1.Keep off your phone The first step to avoid trouble is to be aware of your surroundings and stay off your phone. In the modern world of college campuses it... Read more →

MLB Winter Baseball Meetings Continue in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort

Mandalay Bay Resort By Raymond Rolak CNBNews Sports Editor LAS VEGAS (December 11, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- A big question at the 2018 Baseball Winter Meetings being held at the Mandalay Bay Resort is if native son Bryce Harper will be making an appearance with his wife, Kayla. He is expected to be the biggest free agent signing in history. His agent, Scott Boras has been seen wandering the corridors of the convention and meeting spaces. All the major league execs are in town to make a blockbuster trade and finalize their spring training rosters. It's the first time the meetings have been held here in a decade. At the general managers meetings in early November, Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said he made an offer to Boras, which... Read more →

The effective, long term fix for the dysfunctional mess that is Washington, DC

Federal waste usually takes the form of a $1 million federal research grant or a $10,000 office chair. But this is a whole different ball game. NPR reported last week that the Pentagon and the Department of Veterans Affairs have wasted $1 billion taxpayer dollars. But that money wasn’t used developing a new missile system or building a new hospital. No, the feds burned $1 billion on a totally failed effort to integrate medical records between the two departments. But it doesn’t stop there. Rather than abandon the project, they’re doubling down. Now they plan to spend $1 billion per year over the next 10 years to continue their efforts, which experts believe might not even be successful. This is unconscionable. The U.S. government is... Read more →


A bill being considered in the state Assembly would force New Jersey parents to explain exactly how required vaccinations for their children interfere with their religion, NJ.com reports. Under current law, parents can opt-out of required vaccines simply by writing a letter that says the drugs "interfere with the free exercise" of their religious rights. MONMOUTH PARK IN LIMBO AS SCOTUS AGAIN DELAYS SPORTS BETTING OPINION After a seven-year legal battle with New Jersey, Monmouth Park has to wait even longer now in its fight to legalize sports betting at racetracks and casinos in the state after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday again failed to deliver an opinion in its case. The next possible date for a decision is April 17; the park is... Read more →

EMU Wins in the First Round of the CIT Tourney

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNewsnet YPSILANTI-- The Eastern Michigan University Men’s basketball team took a giant step to salvage the 2017-18 season by posting a resounding 85-63 victory over Niagara in the CollegeInsider.com postseason tourney. It is a nice consolation prize after the tough 64-63 last second loss to Toledo in the semi-final at the Mid-American Conference Championship in Cleveland. It is not the NCAA Tournament or even the NIT but EMU could go far in the CIT. Before a sparse crowd, redshirt junior Elijah Minnie had a career-high 29 points. Junior James Thompson IV tallied 20 points and pulled down a team-high 16 rebounds. Senior Tim Bond had a banner night with 11 points, 12 boards, and eight assists, while also adding two steals.... Read more →

Brooklawn Fall Festival Saturday, October 21

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NJAC Weekly Award Winners: October 8

PITMAN --- The New Jersey Athletic Conference has announced its sixth weekly award winners of the 2017 season in men's and women's soccer, field hockey, volleyball, men's and women's cross country, and women's tennis. The honors cover performances for the week ending October 8. MEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Shane Doherty, Rowan Defensive Player of the Week: Ryan Sprague, Ramapo Rookie of the Week: Chaz Burnett, Montclair State WOMEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Marisa Adelman, William Paterson Defensive Player of the Week: Kelly Wieczerzak, TCNJ Rookie of the Week: Phoebe Bledsoe, Montclair State FIELD HOCKEY Offensive Player of the Week: Elizabeth Morrison, TCNJ Defensive Player of the Week: Sidney Padilla, TCNJ Rookie of the Week: Megan Houser, Kean VOLLEYBALL Player of... Read more →

Budget Deal Reached; State parks, beaches to reopen on Independence Day

TRENTON -- Gov. Chris Christie's administration announced late Monday night state parks and beaches will open in time for the Fourth of July holiday, as a budget impasse draws to a close. The new order applies to state parks, forests, historic sites and recreation areas, according to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Minutes earlier,… Read more →

Interactive Map: A Statewide View of What School Districts Spend Per Pupil

To find different districts, use the layer selector at top to choose elementary, K-12 or regional high school districts, or charter schools and countywide districts. You can also use the search box, but make sure to include NJ after the name to ensure you get to the right district. Hover over a district or click on… Related articles Top changes for agency that took over New Orleans schools IXL Spring Learning Showdown 2017: Leaderboard Update #1 SBOE's Mercer: Legislators, Beware False Information About Charter Schools & Texas Education - Texas Insider 5 things you should know about Christie's education reform agenda Christie school funding plan 'catastrophic' for Newark | Your comments Go to Bad Schools, Go to Prison: The Teacher Union's Dirty Little Secret Acmetonia... Read more →


Could it be the End for Atlantic City casinos?

related : CNB Business News (CNBNewsnet)September 19, 2016--The upcoming referendum in New Jersey which could see the entry of Las Vegas-style gambling may prompt the closure of up to five Atlantic City casinos. If the legislation is passed, it will likely encourage the opening of new casinos further upstate. The loss of this essential business will harm Atlantic City establishment, according to the CEO of one of the major AC casinos. Resorts Casino Hotel recently commissioned a study to assess the damage which will be done to their establishment, should the legislation come to pass. Resorts is one of the eight main casino establishments in the area. There are several other smaller casinos in Atlantic City too. The main venues include Bally’s, Golden Nugget, Tropicana,... Read more →


SAN DIEGO, January 1, 2016 – The past 12 months in boxing brought fans a "Fight of the Century" which simply couldn't live up to expectations. But when the noise died down from Mayweather vs. Pacquiao, there were plenty of terrific fights and impressive performances worth remembering and calling out as we look back on the… Read more →


August 19, 2015 EVER SINCE THE GREAT RECESSION, ZOMBIE HOUSES HAVE HAUNTED NEW JERSEY Despite some moderate improvements in the US housing market since the crash of 2008, some parts of the country are still haunted by zombie houses – homes that have been abandoned by their former owners but are still going through the foreclosure process. NPR says no state has more zombie houses per capita than New Jersey and that number is increasing, even while the national rate decreases. CHRISTIE CALLS FOR DEFUNDING OF 'SANCTUARY CITIES' Governor Christie took a break from his more nuanced and moderate approach to immigration reform and went back to bashing President Obama's handling of the situation. NJ.com says Christie went after so-called 'sanctuary cities' on the O'Reilly... Read more →

NJDEP Division of Fish & Wildlife - Public Asked to Be Alert for EHD in Deer

Dark colors on the map indicate counties where EHD was confirmed by virus isolation. Light colors indicate counties where there were suspected cases that were not confirmed. Blue indicates infections cause by EHD serotype 1 virus and red indicates infections by EHD serotype 2 virus. August 14, 2015 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking those who are out in the fields and woods of New Jersey at this time of year to be alert for deer that may be affected by Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) and to report any suspected cases to the Division. EHD is a common viral disease in deer that is contracted from the bite of a species of midge known as Culiocoides sonorensis. New Jersey has experienced seven... Read more →


June 8, 2015 More big news out of the Bridgegate investigation. David Wildstein, former Port Authority official and mastermind of the GWB lane closings, gave a statement in a separate civil case that gives us a fresh insider look into the tangled web of New Jersey's political corruption – and places Governor Christie square in the center. The New York Times story reports Wildstein's claim that Christie revealed information about a grand jury proceeding he had overseen, an allegation which, if true, would be a violation of federal law. MELEE IN THE MEADOWLANDS Police clashed with a group of concertgoers last night at the Hot 97 Summer Jam music festival at MetLife Stadium when a small crowd tried to illegally enter the stadium after the... Read more →

College baseball: Costly Errors Hurt Raptors

Baseball earns split at New Jersey City University Joe Brooks...career hits 100 and 101 in nightcap 4/18/2015 10:19:00 PM | Box Score 2 JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Junior third baseman Brett Tenuto (Audubon, NJ/Gloucester Catholic) went 4-for-5 to lead an 18-hit attack as the Rutgers University-Camden baseball team won the second game of a doubleheader over New Jersey City University, 15-5, to salvage a split in New Jersey Athletic Conference action Saturday. The Scarlet Raptors made seven errors in the opener, including three in the deciding ninth inning, as they lost, 9-8. Rutgers-Camden stands at 17-11 overall and 11-3 in the NJAC, while NJCU is 12-16 and 4-10. Rutgers-Camden plays a 3:30 p.m. non-conference home game Sunday against Stevens Institute of Technology. NJCU 9, Rutgers-Camden... Read more →

CNB Crime: NJ University Theater Department Manager Pleads Guilty to Embezzling $88,000

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that the former production manager for the Music, Dance and Theater Department at New Jersey City University pleaded guilty today to embezzling $87,587 in box office receipts from university performances. Kathleen Peet, 37, of Rochelle Park (formerly Kathleen Sarmiento), pleaded guilty today to a charge of second-degree theft by unlawful taking before Superior Court Judge Mitzy Galis-Menendez in Hudson County. In pleading guilty, Peet admitted that she stole a total of $87,857 from 2004 through 2013, while employed as the production manager for the Music, Dance and Theater Department. Under the plea agreement, the state will recommend that Peet be sentenced to three years in state prison. She will be permanently barred from public employment and... Read more →

NJ News Commons: WHO'S BACK?

Monday, November 24, 2014 WHO'S BACK? CHRISTIE, OF COURSE My oh my, the man does enjoy his life, and lap band surgery hasn't diminished his appetite for nachos either. Chris Christie was the lead of The New York Times Magazineagain this weekend. The cover art shows him holding a nervous baby in one hand, and taking a selfie with the other. The Mark Liebovich story that it illustrates is like an extended YouTube video, showing the guv in scene after scene of self-congratulation and high dudgeon. Will you learn anything of any substance? Probably not, but it's a fun ride and will give you plenty to talk about when your out-of-state relatives show up at Thanksgiving looking for some good Christie material. KEAN UNIVERSITY'S $219,000... Read more →

Shaquille O'Neal and Others to Speak at New Jersey City University

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Sept. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of celebration of the 350 th anniversary of the founding of New Jersey, New Jersey City University (NJCU) is launching a lecture series that will bring some of the world's most renowned individuals to Jersey City. Drawing on the NJ350 themes of Liberty, Innovation and Diversity, the NJCU President's Speaker Series will present Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin, acclaimed physicist and best-selling author Dr. Michio Kaku, and basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal during this academic year. All events will be open to the public. For more information about the NJCU Presidential Speakers Series, call 201-200-3352 or visit the NJCU website at www.njcu.edu. To purchase tickets visit http://www.njcu.cc/nj350/njcu-presidents-speaker-series/. "What better way to celebrate New Jersey's 350... Read more →


TRENTON, N.J. – The developer of three Trenton affordable housing projects admitted today that he made false statements to a financial institution to divert project money for personal and other unauthorized purposes, and to conducting a transaction with the proceeds of this crime, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. Robert Kahan, 68, of Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Peter G. Sheridan in Trenton federal court to two counts of an indictment charging him with making false statements in a loan application (Count 8) and to transacting in criminal proceeds that resulted from those false statements (Count 12). According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court: Between 2006 and 2009, Kahan was a developer of three affordable... Read more →

CNBNEWS TIPS AND SNIPPETS: Brooklawn & Audubon Residents Irate! Next Door Neighbor

UPDATED JULY 18, 2014 at 4:37 PM BY William E. Cleary Sr. RESIDENTS OUTRAGED!--A mistake by Robert Delengowski, the Brooklawn School District Business Administrator, increased residents taxes in the borough by several hundred dollars. According to Ryan Giles, Brooklawn Borough Clerk, taxes on the average borough home assessed at $137,000 rose by $312. Giles said the school tax increase on the budget was 81 percent while the municipal tax increased by 18 percent. “There was no increase in the county tax this year,” said Giles Residents in Brooklawn learned of the mistake this week when they received their annual tax bills in the mail. Included with their bill was a letter from the school district explaining what happened. An excerpt from the letter, This increase... Read more →