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GHS Lions 5 - 0 GCHS Rams 0 - 8 Records

Pictures Lions Steven Burkhardt against Palmyra The local Lions are currently 5 - 0 after defeating the opposition by a combined total score 225 to 47. The Lions are led my Senior running back Steven Burkhardt. Burkhardt is one of the League leaders who entered Fridays game against Pitman with 798 yards rushing and 15 TD's. Currently Burkhardt is #1 in West Jersey Football League with a total points with 107 and 17 touchdowns Across town the Rams are 0 - 8 being outscored 281 to 42 along with being shutout in 5 games. The Rams offense has generated 6... Read more →


A NJ Lottery Player Wins $1000 a Week for Life

TRENTON (May 16, 2022) – One New Jersey Lottery CASH4LIFE ticket matched the five white balls drawn for the Sunday, May 15, drawing winning the $1,000 a week for life second-tier prize. The winning ticket was sold at Jackpocket, 355 Warwick Turnpike, Hewitt in Passaic County. The winning numbers for the Sunday, May 15, drawing were: 12, 18, 22, 32 and 47. The Cash Ball was: 03. Moreover, 8,811 players won $34,606 in cash prizes ranging from $2 to $500 with 2,357 of those tickets doubling their prize with DOUBLER. CASH4LIFE offers two jackpot prizes for the $2.00 ticket price.... Read more →


WILDWOOD SUMMER NEWS: Kick Back Tiki Cruises

KICK BACK TIKI CRUISES LAUNCH IN WILDWOOD WITH PRIVATE CHARTERED BYO CRUISES WILDWOOD, NJ --(CNBNewsnet) Two shore locals have teamed up to bring their passion project to the waves of the Jersey Shore this summer. Vineland native Captain Tim Merighi and Ocean City business partner Matt Sawyer announce the launch of Kick Back Tiki Cruises out of Wildwood, New Jersey. Their new tiki boat and floating bar will offer private chartered BYO cruises departing several times a day from their dock at 626 W. 26th Avenue. Cruise options will include Rise N Shine, Mid-Day, Afternoon, Happy Hour, Sunset and Wildwood... Read more →


Philadelphia Eagles Release 2022 Schedule

2022 Philadelphia Eagles Schedule Preseason Week 1: Friday, August 12 vs. New York Jets at 7:30 PM Week 2: Sunday, August 21 at Cleveland Browns at 1 PM Week 3: Saturday, August 27 at Miami Dolphins at 7 PM *All preseason games will air on both NBC10 and SportsRadio 94WIP. Regular Season Week 1: Sunday, September 11 at Detroit Lions at 1 PM Week 2: Monday, September 19 vs. Minnesota Vikings at 8:30 PM Week 3: Sunday, September 25 at Washington Commanders at 1 PM Week 4: Sunday, October 2 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars at 1 PM Week 5: Sunday, October... Read more →


Guest Opinion: Community Pride Begins At Home

by Robert S. Bevan GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 16, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Seventy percent of our life will be spent in our home, neighborhood, and community. The quality of life that we will experience will depend on how our life is affected y conditions in our own gloucestercitynews.net graphic file hometown. If we see litter on our streets, then we think we live in a dirty run-down town. If we see street people and druggies occupying our main streets, we see a depressed community. If we see new neighbors move on our block who take no pride in their property and feel they... Read more →


Suzanne Britton, 81, of Gloucester City

Suzanne, 81, passed away following a heroic 22-year fight against cancer. Loving mother of Kimberly Keyack (Alison). Grandmother of Reid and Brady Mendl and her four-legged favorite, Ollie Keyack. Beloved sister of Rosemary Joyce and the late Happy DiCondina. Cherished aunt of William DiCondina (Melinda), Anthony DiCondina (Christine), Tom DiCondina (Maria) and Michael DiCondina (Shelly). Predeceased by her parents, William Knodel and Frances Long Knodel and husband Charles Britton. Suzanne was an avid dog lover and animal lover, and loyal supporter of the Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge in Medford. She loved to go flower shopping and having her friends over... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Albright College's Class of 2022 Earn Degrees

CNBNews graphic file READING, PA (05/13/2022)-- Albright College's class of 2022 graduates will celebrate the 162nd Commencement Ceremony at Santander Arena on Sunday, May 15, 2022. The event will be livestreamed on Albright's Commencement website. Gasperio Joseph Alessi of Marlton, N.J., (08053) is earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. A graduate of Cherokee High School, Alessi majored in Sociology: Criminology as a member of the class of 2022 at Albright College. Gabrielle Marie Boggs of Linwood, N.J., (08221) is earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. A graduate of Mainland Regional High School, Boggs majored in Sociology: Family Studies, Early Childhood... Read more →


James A. Rutherford, 96, of Wenonah

On May 12, 2022. Age 96. Of Wenonah. Formerly of South Philadelphia. Loving and devoted husband of 72 years to the late Angelina M. Rutherford (nee Pinto). Survived by his children, Margaret Rutherford, James Rutherford, Adeline Viggiano (Michael) and Ann Angarola (James), as well as many loving grandchildren and great grandchildren and sisters, Constance Pinto and Joan Smith. James proudly served our country in the U.S. Navy during World War II and the Korean War. At James’ request, services will be private. Condolences and Memories may be shared at www.mccannhealey.com under the obituary of James A. Rutherford. Funeral Arrangements and... Read more →


Camden County Raising Awareness on Veterans Suicide

Join Us for an Important Discussion and Resource Fair for Veterans and their Families Join us on Saturday, May 21st as we bring awareness to veteran suicide with a panel discussion, resource fair and walk. Event begins at 9 AM, panel discussion begins at 9:30 AM . Following the panel discussion attendees will be invited to walk the island to remember and bring awareness to veteran suicide. To learn more, Click Here. space donated as a public service Panel includes: Marine Captain, Mark Bodrog Army Veteran and Attempted Suicide Survivor, Will Betts Rhonda Hart, Behavioral Health at Crescenz VA Medical... Read more →


HSI Philadelphia Probe Nets Former Liberian Rebel General of Mays Landing NJ

- for immigration fraud PHILADELPHIA – An investigation headed by the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Philadelphia field office led to the arrest of a former Liberian rebel general on May 5. Agents from HSI Philadelphia arrested Laye Sekou Camara, a/k/a “K-1,” a/k/a “Dragon Master,” 43, of Mays Landing, NJ, who has been indicted on the charge of use of an immigration document obtained by fraud. The Indictment alleges that in June 2011, Camara submitted an application for a non-immigrant visa to the United States. In that application Camara falsely contended, among other things, that he: 1) was not a member... Read more →


SHOW ME YOUR FRIENDS OUR SHOW YOU YOUR FUTURE

RELATED: SO WHO IS GEORGE MERRYFIELD? (Camden, NJ) – The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to dramatically alter our day-to-day activities. From small adjustments like mandatory mask wearing, to life-changing events like lost loved ones or prolonged unemployment, the pandemic can be a serious strain on mental health. For some, managing comes easy, but for those struggling to cope, support is available. “From the beginning of this pandemic, we have been fighting a war on multiple fronts. While much of our collective attention has been paid to protecting physical health, we need everyone to make sure they are closely monitoring... Read more →


Ocean County Student Recognized in PDFNJ’s Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest

Pt. PLEASANT BEACH, NJ — Young people are using their artistic talents to encourage their peers to live a healthy substance-free lifestyle as part of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest. Nearly 3,000 fourth grade students from all 21 counties in New Jersey entered the contest, but only 33 earned recognition at the program’s virtual award ceremony held on Tuesday, May 3. Allison Leinen of G. Harold Antrum Elementary School in Point Pleasant Beach was selected as a finalist in the competition. The virtual awards ceremony honored each of the finalists, allowing... Read more →


Two Shot in Camden City, One 18-Year-Old Man Dead

Camden CITY, N.J. (MAY 15, 2022) – Detectives are investigating a shooting that killed one man and injured another in Camden this morning, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. On Saturday, May 14, 2022, at approximately 10:19 a.m., officers from the Camden County Police Department responded to the area of the 1000 block of Lakeshore Drive in Camden in reference to multiple 911 calls regarding a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located the victim, Yahmir Catoe, 18, of Camden, lying on the ground in a nearby park suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.... Read more →


Camden County Board of Commissioners Town Hall Meeting, Submit Your Questions Today

Save the Date for the Next Town Hall Meeting on May 24th RSVP and Submit Questions for the Next Meeting U.S. Congressmen Donald Norcross, Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli, Jr., Assemblywoman Pam Lampitt and Cherry Hill Mayor Susan Shin Angulo welcome you to the next in-person town hall meeting Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 at 6:30 PM at the Carman Tilelli Community Center at 820 Mercer Street in Cherry Hill. Join us for an evening with your elected officials from federal, state, and local levels to discuss topics that are important to you. A service fair and light refreshments will be served.... Read more →


CNB TRAVEL ALERT: Route 42 northbound lanes and Exit 1B to be closed and detoured Monday night

Overnight closure necessary to repair attenuators (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the overnight closure on Monday of Route 42 northbound lanes and Exit 1B to I-295 northbound as the Direct Connect project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Route 42 northbound closure TRAVEL ALERT NJDOT’s contractor, South State, Inc., will close the two right lanes on Route 42 northbound from 10 p.m. Monday, May 16 until 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 17 just past Exit 14/Leaf Avenue, and Exit 1B to I-295 northbound will be closed and detoured to repair the attenuator at the exit and... Read more →


ROWAN'S NCAA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT RUN COMES TO AN END

MEDFORD, MA -- #17 Rowan had its run through the NCAA Regional Tournament come to an end as Tufts used a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth to knock the Profs out of the postseason in a 3-2 defeat in the championship series on Sunday. Rowan needed a win to force a winner-take-all second game to decide who advances to the super regional round. Emily August, Cat Thomas, and McKenzie Melvin were selected to the all-regional tournament team. August labored through 7.1 innings, scattering three runs (one earned) on seven hits with four walks (two intentional) and... Read more →


Arrest Made in Burlington City Fatal Shooting 

CITY OF BURLINGTON – Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and City of Burlington Police Chief John Fine announced that a 35-year-old city resident has been charged with killing a Willingboro man as he was sitting in a parked car on Linden Avenue earlier this week. Bryant Williams, of the first block of East Federal Street, was charged with Murder (First Degree), Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (Second Degree) and Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Second Degree). Williams was apprehended last night just before 8 p.m. by City of Burlington patrol officers who observed him walking in the... Read more →


National Police Week and National Peace Officers Memorial Day

A Message From Chief David Harkins: "The Gloucester Township Police Department joins the community to celebrate the sacrifices and commitment of law enforcement throughout our great nation. National Police Week is celebrated May 15-21 this year, with a special somber remembrance on National Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15. Our commitment to community policing has never been stronger. As we transition back from the pandemic, we are pleased to get back to normal. We are glad to have 24 graduates complete the Gloucester Township Police Department Citizens Police Academy. We are holding our Bike Rodeo and Neighborhood Watch Dog... Read more →


Camden County Memorial Day Event May 29 at 11AM

Save the Date for Memorial Day Event on May 29th Honoring the Memories of All Who Have Made the Ultimate Sacrifice Join us for the Camden County Memorial Day Ceremony on Sunday, May 29th at 11 AM on Veterans Island at Cooper River Park. Memorial Day honors the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. Join us for the Camden County Memorial Day Ceremony on Sunday, May 29th at 11 AM on Veterans Island at Cooper River Park. Memorial Day honors the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service... Read more →


THE STORY BEHIND THE STORY:

What the Hell is Happening NOW?

Dorothy Philbin | CNBNewsnet Google Advertisement ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RECEIVE GOLD STAR BENEFITS-Families in the United States are struggling to find a formula for their babies. And, when they do find it the prices are astronomical. In 2015 The Obama administration passed a law pertaining to illegal immigrant minors. They have to be read their rights (a minor immigrant understands his rights?) The law goes on to detail their rights as food, clothing, shelter, and a ton of other rights the average citizen doesn't have. Last year, 2021, The Biden Administration updated the law. Read the next sentence very carefully! The... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Wesleyan University, McDaniel College

Eric Burns Earns Spring Semester Dean's List Recognition at Ohio Wesleyan University DELAWARE, OH (05/13/2022)-- Eric Burns of Pine Hill, NJ, has been named to the 2022 spring semester Dean's List at Ohio Wesleyan University. To earn Dean's List recognition, Ohio Wesleyan students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale in all applicable classes. Founded in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan University is one of the nation's premier liberal arts universities. Located in Delaware, Ohio, the private university offers more than 70 undergraduate majors and competes in 24 NCAA Division III varsity sports. Through its... Read more →


Road Work Projects in Camden County

Stay informed on major roadwork and infrastructure projects near you. For questions about Public Works projects, call (856) 566-2980. Click Here for project updates. Roadway Improvements Along Almonesson Road START DATE: On or about Monday, May 16th (Weather Permitting) TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS: $1,650,797 Roadway Improvements along Sherman Avenue START DATE: On or about Monday, May 16th (Weather Permitting) TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS: $910,451.58 In order to keep Camden County residents informed on major roadwork and infrastructure projects, the Camden County Board of Commissioners is posting the County’s Department of Public Works progress reports, with photos. Through these reports from our engineers... Read more →


Alexei Saab, of Morristown NJ, Guilty of Receiving Military-Type Training from Hizballah and Other Charges

Alexei Saab Was Trained by Hizballah’s External Terrorist Operations Component in the Use of Firearms and Bomb-Making and Gathered Intelligence in New York City and Elsewhere in Support of Attack-Planning Efforts Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that ALEXEI SAAB, a/k/a “Ali Hassan Saab,” a/k/a “Alex Saab,” a/k/a “Rachid,” was convicted today of receiving military-type training from a designated foreign terrorist organization, Hizballah, marriage fraud conspiracy, and making false statements, following a two-week trial before the Honorable Paul G. Gardephe. U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said: “A unanimous jury found today that Alexei... Read more →


South Jersey Polls in District 2 “Not Surprising At All” To Most Residents

With only a month to New Jersey’s primary elections, the latest polls are unsurprising to many residents of New Jersey’s Congressional District 2. Three of the latest polls are what many residents will be keeping an eye on over the course of this election. The first poll asked how you feel about Republican Jeff Van Drew’s performance since 2020. An overwhelming 67% of respondents reflected negative results towards Van Drew. With 28% being “upset”, and 39% being “concerned”. Only 12% indicated positive responses. 9% were “happy”, and 3% said they were “extremely happy” with Van Drew’s performance. The remaining 20%... Read more →


Flora May Siddons, of Collingswood, formerly of Camden City

On May 7, 2022. Age 94. Of Collingswood, Formerly of Audubon, NJ Born in Camden, NJ, she was the daughter of the late George and Hazel (Oliphant) Siddons. She is survived by her cousin, June Haines of FL and several great nieces and nephews as well as her church family and friends. Flora worked for several area banks as an Executive Secretary for many years with the PNC Bank before her retirement in 1990. Flora was long time member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Cherry Hill, where she was very active in the Relief... Read more →


CNBNews Spotlight on College Students: Muhlenberg, Albright, Lebanon Valley, Cumberlands

Gabriella Oteri of Somerdale Inducted into Muhlenberg College's Tri-Alpha Honor Society ALLENTOWN, PA (05/13/2022)-- A Community of Pathfinders By: Kristine Yahna Todaro Gabriella Oteri of Somerdale (08083) is one of 19 students recently inducted into Tri-Alpha, an honor society for first-generation college students, at Muhlenberg College. "Being a first-generation college student means that we have the privilege of multidisciplinary learning at an undergraduate institution, which generations before us did not have," said Sofia Herrera '22, a speaker at the 2022 Tri-Alpha Honor Society Induction Ceremony. "And we can open doors for others to have the same opportunity." Herrera, a neuroscience... Read more →


Camden County Students Recognized in PDFNJ’s Statewide Fourth Grade Folder Contest

CAMDEN COUNTY, NJ — Young people are using their artistic talents to encourage their peers to live a healthy substance-free lifestyle as part of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey’s (PDFNJ) Design a Fourth Grade Folder contest. Nearly 3,000 fourth grade students from all 21 counties in New Jersey entered the contest, but only 33 earned recognition at the program’s virtual award ceremony held on Tuesday, May 3. Dannielle Moreno and Bomi Ogunsanwo of Our Lady Mt. Carmel School in Berlin were selected as finalists in the competition. The virtual awards ceremony honored each of the finalists, allowing them... Read more →


23 Fugitives Involved in Human Rights Violations Arrested by ICE

WASHINGTON — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrested 23 fugitives sought for their roles in known or suspected human rights violations during a nationwide operation which concluded on April 1. ICE’s National Fugitive Operations Program, in coordination with the ICE Human Rights Violators and War Crimes Center (HRVWCC) and the ICE Office of the Principal Legal Advisor, worked with ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington field offices to arrest these known or suspected human rights violators. CNBNews graphic file All foreign nationals arrested... Read more →


NJ Assemblyman Don Guardian to Participate in German Transatlantic Exchange

Focusing on Climate and Renewable Energy Policy ATLANTIC CITY ⁠— Assemblyman Don Guardian (photo) today announced that he has been selected as one of seven state legislators in America to participate in the Aspen Institute Germany’s transatlantic exchange program, the Laboratories of Democracy Initiative. The program, which is meant to foster stronger ties between the US and Germany at the subnational level, includes a bipartisan delegation of state legislators from Florida, Massachusetts, California, Washington, and West Virginia. The group will depart on Monday and spend a week in the German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern learning about their innovative approach to climate... Read more →


*CASSIDY’S MEMORIAL DAY Baseball Clinic May 30th

Location: Brooklawn, NJ Address: Pershing Rd , Brooklawn, NJ 08030 Phone: 8563044632 Dates: 05/30/22 - 05/30/22 Ages: U8 U9 U10 U11 U12 Contact: Joshua M Cassidy - Please do not contact (spam) Joshua M Cassidy for reasons other than the purpose of the listing. Cassidy’s Baseball clinic is designed to teach the skills, techniques, fundamentals, and knowledge of baseball under the guidance of an experienced coaching staff. This 4-hour clinic offers an opportunity for all athletes, regardless of ability level, to participate in an exciting clinic of baseball training and game simulation. Age and skill levels will be separated into... Read more →


New Jersey Catholic Bishops Outraged with Gov. Murphy’s Proposal to Expand Abortions in NJ

Catholic Church in New Jersey Stands Ready to Help Moms and Mothers-to-Be in Need A joint statement from the New Jersey Catholic bishops on Governor Murphy’s proposal that all health insurers in New Jersey provide coverage for abortion services: The Catholic Bishops of New Jersey join to express our disappointment and outrage over Governor Murphy’s announcement regarding proposed legislation to expand access to abortion in New Jersey, an act that by its very nature terminates human life. If enacted, this legislation would mandate health insurance coverage for abortions, codify regulations that permit non-physicians to perform abortions; and create a public... Read more →


CNB Travel Maryland: Leave The Fawns Alone

DNR Advises Keeping Fawns and Other Wildlife Safe in the Wild April 28, 2022 Anyone Encountering a Fawn Should Leave it Alone Photo by April Price, submitted to the 2014 Maryland DNR Photo Contest. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) cautions anyone who encounters a fawn to avoid disturbing it and resist the urge to feed or handle it. Removing deer from the wild and keeping them in captivity is dangerous, harmful to the animal, and against the law. Deer are born with specialized adaptations, including a lack of odor that prevents predators from locating them; remarkable camouflage that... Read more →


Not Too Late to Register for the 27th Delaware River Sojourn Set For June 17-25

WEST TRENTON, N.J. (May 12) – Interested paddlers are reminded that it is not too late to register for the 27th Delaware River Sojourn taking place June 17-25. The Delaware River Sojourn combines guided paddling excursions, interpretive programs and camping. Participants may sign up for the entire trip or for the day(s) of their choice; all skill levels are welcome. “The sojourn is a family-friendly paddling and learning adventure, a wonderful way to discover the Delaware River,” said Mark Zakutansky, Director of Conservation Policy Engagement for the Appalachian Mountain Club and Chair of the Sojourn Steering Committee. “Our theme this... Read more →


Racehorse Veterinarian And Standardbred Trainer from New York Plead Guilty Doping Horses

Veterinarian Louis Grasso and Racehorse Trainer Richard Banca Used Their Positions to Acquire, Distribute and Administer Prohibited Performance Enhancing Drugs NEW YORK, NY--Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that defendants LOUIS GRASSO and RICHARD BANCA pled guilty to their respective roles in the distribution of adulterated and misbranded drugs with the intent to defraud and mislead, in connection with the charges filed in United States v. Grasso et al., 20 Cr. 163 (OKC). Both GRASSO and BANCA pled guilty before U.S. District Judge P. Kevin Castel. GRASSO and BANCA will each be... Read more →


Why Use a Sound Bar in a Meeting Room?

For meeting rooms, high-quality audio is vital. According to the multisensory learning theory, individuals understand and remember information better when conveyed using more than one sense. It is disruptive, frustrating, and distracting to have poor quality audio during a video conferencing call. For this reason, many workplaces today use soundbars instead of regular PC speakers. Learn the reasons why you should use a soundbar in your meeting room: Advantages of soundbars Soundbars boost audio quality even in commercial settings. A study suggests that audio quality leaves more impact on the people during a meeting than video quality. The study also... Read more →


CNB Politics: Poll Reveals Van Drew Heading For Defeat In South Jersey District 2 Primary

With only a month to New Jersey’s Congressional District 2 primary election, a new poll by Eastern Strategies reveals voters may be turning on Republican incumbent, Jeff Van Drew. NEW JERSEY POLITICS One poll question was: “What is your overall feeling on how well Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey's District 2 has performed since becoming a Republican in 2020?” In this poll, 28% said they were upset, 39% were concerned, and 20% were satisfied. The remaining 12% had positive responses. 9% were happy, and 3% indicated they were extremely happy. "The negativity from this poll was no doubt a... Read more →


Woodlynne Suspect Arrested for August 2021 Homicide

Camden City, N.J. (May 13, 2022)(CNBNews)– Detectives have made an arrest in reference to a homicide that occurred in Camden last August, announced Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Camden County Police Chief Gabriel Rodriguez. CRIME Taquan Tingle, 28, of Woodlynne, was charged on May 12, 2022 with one count of first-degree Murder in connection to the homicide of Darnell Farrish, 19, of Woodlynne. Tingle was also charged with three second-degree counts: Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose, and Certain Persons Not to Possess Weapons. On August 28, 2021, at approximately 8:01... Read more →


Op-Ed: Mayor Tri Ta for Assembly To Shake Up Sacramento

Consistency Over Time & Actions, Not Shortcuts: By Marc Ang | CNBNews Contributor After years of community organizing, it’s rare I meet a candidate I can get excited about. After my documented support of political candidates in the past, I have become savvy on the internal dynamics and money-based decisions that have strayed far away from my common sense principles and community focus. But I have come out early to support the mayor of Westminster Tri Ta for his assembly run. Tri is a rare gem that deserves a deeper look and analysis. He is also the type of candidate... Read more →


Camden County's Best of Class Awards

Celebrating Students Accomplishments from Throughout the County After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Board of Commissioners joined high school seniors and their families to celebrate the Best of Class Awards. The Board of Commissioners “Best of Class” awards honor students in seven categories: most courageous, community service, leadership, performing arts, most improved, school spirit and best overall. The students will be presented with a Camden County Best of the Class Medal that they can proudly wear at their High School graduation ceremony to signify their achievement. The Commissioners will honor more than 200 senior students who attend... Read more →


The Battleship New Jersey America's Most Decorated

USS New Jersey (BB-62) – United States Navy Battleship The Battleship New Jersey Museum & Memorial regularly ranks as one of the best museums in NJ, one of the best things to do in Philadelphia, and serves as an entertaining attraction in New Jersey for families. Not only do you see exhibits of artifacts from the largest battleship’s past, but you are put into the exhibit as you go through the tour route. Sit in the chair from which Admiral Halsey commanded the biggest battleship and the 5th Fleet. Stretch out on the bunks where the sailors slept. Climb into... Read more →


Camden County Commissioners Reduce Taxes

By Linda Lindner CAMDEN CITY, NJ (MAY 13, 2022)(CNBNews)--The Camden County board of commissioners on Monday said that, in an effort to ensure Camden remains an affordable place to live, it recently passed a budget that reduced the county levy by $5 million this year and puts it more than $15 million under the state-imposed tax cap, according to a news release. GOOD NEWS The new 2022 budget represents an almost 8% decrease from 2021 on the average assessed household in the county, which means a house assessed at $200,000 will have reduced county taxes of $120 and a home... Read more →


ProPublica: Some Louisiana Katrina Survivors Who Received Grant Funds Are Being Sued by the Government

Katrina Survivors Were Told They Could Use Grant Money to Rebuild. Now They’re Being Sued for It. Debris 10 months after Hurricane Katrina hit Slidell, Louisiana./ Wikipedia image by Richard A. Webster, The Advocate | The Times-Picayune, and David Hammer, WWL-TV ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Celeste Matthews spent last summer’s 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in a panic at her cousin’s house in Uptown New Orleans as another monster storm, Hurricane Ida, roared through the city. With every gust, she was... Read more →


Rev. Samuel Rodriguez: People of God Must Step Up..

...proving they are comprehensively pro-life from the womb to the tomb. Press Release: The KAIROS Company for NHCLC SACRAMENTO — Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, released the following statement calling for comprehensive pro-life activism: “This long, dark night may soon end. The unconscionable injustice of extreme abortion policies — aligning the U.S. with countries like North Korea and China — may soon be over. Praise God. We must now put the same energy into demonstrating mercy and compassion as we have our activism. If what we have heard is true, people of God must... Read more →


CNB Hunting/Fishing News Maryland: Offshore Blind and Shoreline Licensing Open Until May 31

Applications Must Be Postmarked by May 31 Photo by Jake McPherson, Ducks Unlimited The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife and Heritage Service is now accepting offshore waterfowl blind and shoreline license applications for riparian (waterfront) property owners. Riparian property owners, or anyone who has been granted permission from the riparian property owner, may license their shoreline. A license will establish offshore stationary blinds or blind sites for hunting waterfowl, and/or will prevent others from licensing and hunting the shoreline at a later date. Applicants must submit paperwork and fees by mail, postmarked no later than May 31, 2022.... Read more →


Two New State Parks Open in Maryland

Maryland State Park Week, Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford joined the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to open two new state parks to the public: Bohemia River State Park in Cecil County, and Cypress Branch State Park in Kent County. “I want to thank the Maryland Park Service and the Department of Natural Resources for continuously searching for new opportunities of growth, access and preservation throughout our state parks,” said Lt. Governor Rutherford. “Bohemia River and Cypress Branch are two great examples of how our state parks provide not only great resources for outdoor recreation, but opportunities to learn... Read more →


WE CAN WALK TO REMEMBER JUNE 19

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (CNBNews)The annual We Can Foundation Walk to Remember will be held on June 19, at the Pine Grove Fire Hall, 9th and Jersey Avenue, Gloucester City. The organization helps people who are fighting addiction. The public is invited to attend. If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation send your check or money order to We Can Foundation, 573 Homewood Lane, Williamstown NJ 08094 RELATED: So Who is George Merryfield ? ##### SHOW ME YOUR FRIENDS AND I'LL SHOW YOU YOUR FUTURE Read more →


Rowan Wins First Round of NCAA Softball Regional Tournament

MEDFORD, MA -- #19 Rowan took down Cabrini, 8-1, in its NCAA Regional Tournament opener on Friday hosted by Tufts. Morgan Zane went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI's while starter Emily August fanned six while allowing one run on six hits. The Profs will move on to play the host Jumbos tomorrow at noon. Tufts defeated Muhlenberg, 4-1, in the day's first game. The Cavaliers and Mules will play in an elimination game at 2:30 p.m. Rowan reached base with a season-high nine walks. Payton MacNair walked three times and which was a career best and scored twice. Liz... Read more →


"Goody Bag" Pill Mill Doctor from Huntington Valley Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

PHILADELPHIA – Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams announced that Andrew Berkowitz, 62, of Huntington Valley, PA was sentenced to 20 years in prison, five years supervised release, and was ordered to pay a $40,000 fine and almost $4 million in restitution by United States District Judge Paul Diamond for running a prescription “pill mill” from his medical practice which he operated in Philadelphia under the name ‘A+ Pain Management.’ Judge Diamond also ordered that the defendant shall forfeit fraud proceeds of approximately $3.4 million and four real properties. In January 2020, Berkowitz pleaded guilty to 19 counts of... Read more →


*Fr. Sullivan's Alumni Golf Tournament June 20 Pitman Golf Club Seeks Sponsors

This golf tournament is named for Rev. John Sullivan who spent over 20 years of his life serving the Gloucester Catholic community. “Sully” was a friend to all who came in contact with him. We name the tournament in his honor to carry on the spirit of commitment that he gave to Gloucester Catholic. We are in need of sponsors for the event. If you own a business or know of someone who owns a business would you please consider a sponsorship opportunity? Click here to View Fr. Sullivan Golf Tourney Brochure with Sponsorship Opportunities! Types of Sponsorships: Presenting Sponsor... Read more →


Delaware Air Quality in the State Is Good

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control maintains a network of 11 permanent air monitoring sites throughout the state to track pollutants that impact Delaware’s air quality. ForNational Air Quality Awareness Week, DNREC Secretary Shawn M. Garvin today visited the air monitoring station at MLK Jr. Boulevard in Wilmington, the most comprehensive monitoring station in the state. “Part of DNREC’s mission is to ensure clean air for all Delawareans. Clean air is especially important for our most vulnerable populations: children, older people, and people living with health conditions,” said Secretary Garvin. “Our monitoring network data shows our air... Read more →