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Audubon Volunteer Firemen and Supporting Fire Depts. Keep Fast Moving Fire From Spreading

photos courtesy of The Audubon Fire Department AUDUBON, NJ (May 28, 2023)(CNBNews)--Quick action by Audubon firemen and supporting town fire departments kept a backyard fire on Friday from getting out of control. According to The NJPen, the fire of indeterminate origin ripped through sheds and fences on adjoining properties in Audubon on Friday afternoon, climbing up a utility pole to a pine tree, where it smoldered until fire companies from seven local communities put it... Read more →

Ujamaa Cafe Coming To The Abramson Cancer Center

(CNBNews)--This June 13th, 2023, the Coalition for Food and Health Equity in partnership with Penn Presbyterian Medical Center's (PPMC) Abramson Cancer Center and the University of Pennsylvania's School on Social Policy and Practice and with the generous support of the American Cancer Society, Coalition Equity is excited to launch Ujamaa Cafe™ at the Abramson Cancer Center. The Ujamaa Cafe™ at PPMC's Abramson Cancer Center provides free access to fresh, healthy, premade breakfast, lunch, snack, and... Read more →

Eleanor A. Kain, Gloucester City; Founder of the Ponytail League, Board of Health President

Gloucester City - On May 23, 2023. Age 85. (nee Morlachetta). Surrounded and in the loving care of her children, Jack (Bernadette) Kain, Lillian (Mike) Kain-Beese, Paul (Maggie) Kain and the late Patricia A. “Tricia” Kain-Sauter (surviving husband Jim) all of “The Holy City.” Predeceased by her loving and devoted husband of 59 years, John “Jack” V. Kain; her parents, Paul and Helen Morlachetta and her brother, George Morlachetta. Cherished grandmother of Michael, Keirstin, Nicholas,... Read more →

Shawn M. Miller, 39, of Gloucester City

On May 15, 2023. Age 39. Of Gloucester City. Predeceased by his parents, George E. Miller, Sr. and Eileen Miller (nee Burns). Survived by his children, Zachary Miller, Hayley Rose Miller and Riley Eileen Miller; his siblings, George Miller (Krista), Michael Miller (Christine) and Melissa Adamski as well as many loving nieces and nephews. Shawn was a graduate of Gloucester City High School class of 2001. He worked many years for Midlantic Fire in Cinnaminson.... Read more →


UPDATED photo credit Marianne Clark photo credit CBS Philadelphia GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 25, 2023)(CNBNews)--There was a two-alarm fire in the 300-unit block of Ridgeway Street Wednesday night, around 11 PM. Neighbors said the fire started in the basement and quickly spread to multiple row homes. Three families were displaced and a fireman was injured properties. The fire is under investigation. RELATED: MULTIPLE FIRE ALARM ON BURDSALL AVENUE, TWO DWELLINGS WERE DAMAGED; NO ONE INJURED Read more →


JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER! SEWELL, NJ (CNBNEWS)--In keepng with our Community Caretaking mission, the Washington Township Police Department is proud to announce our newest tool to reach even more members of our community, our Bomb Pop Patrol Ice Cream Truck. The Washington Township Police Department continues to be at the forefront of Community Caretaking by actively seeking new and innovative ideas to engage and create positive experiences between the Washington Township Police Department and... Read more →

CNBNews Traffic Alert: Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound Detour

Closed and detoured Thursday night Overnight closures necessary to repair guiderail and attenuators (Trenton) - The Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound is schedule to be closed and detoured Thursday night for guiderail and attenuator repairs as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. Beginning at 10 p.m. Thursday, May 25 until 5 a.m. Friday, May 26 the Route 42 northbound Exit 1B to I-295 northbound will be closed and detoured... Read more →


Updated JEER-Gloucester City promised Barnard Avenue residents that their street was going to be repaved. They are still waiting. The city did hire a contractor but he never finished the job. In fact, the street is actually worst than before. WE would be better off with a dirt road. CHEER — Crystal Johnson (GHS Class of 2021 alum) became a College All American Soccer player at Rowan University in her freshman year. In March this... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic's Cafe Cabaret June 9

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 24, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Catholic's Performing Arts program will be transforming the school's cafeteria into a 1920s Cabaret on Friday, June 9th. Performances, thematic snacks, and an entertaining night. Read more →

Fire At Gloucester Iron and Metal; Residents Said They Heard A Loud Explosion

UPDATED Photo credit Tyler Smith GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (MAY 23, 2023)(CNBNews)—Today, around 2:30 PM, there was a multiple-alarm fire at the Gloucester Iron and Metal, a junkyard located on 10th Street and South Broadway. Nearby residents said they heard a loud explosion and saw a large plume of black smoke coming from the facility. One woman said the explosion knocked her out of her chair. The fire was isolated to one section of the junkyard.... Read more →

Doris M. Souder, age 85 of Haddon Heights

Doris M. Souder (nee Hansen), age 85 of Haddon Heights, formerly of Audubon, passed away on Sunday, May 21, 2023, at Virtua Hospital, Voorhees. Doris is the widow of her late husband Robert Souder, Sr., and is survived by her children Bob & his wife Carol (nee DiGiacomo) Souder and Kim & her husband John Grohowski. Mrs. Souder is the proud grandmother of Nicky & his wife Alexis, Amy, Tyler, and great-grandmother of Sofia and... Read more →


The Camden County Board of Commissioners is excited to announce the return of the Summer Parks Concert Series for 2023. The concert series will enliven and amplify the green spaces throughout the 2,700 acres of parkland in the county and provide something for everyone. All shows Mondays at 8:00 PM Arrested Development – June 12 Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning group that changed hip hop with their defiant lyrics of hope Celisse – June 26 Prodigiously talented... Read more →


Route 130 overnight lane closures this week for bridge repairs in Camden County Daytime closures on bridges over Route 130 in Mercer County (Trenton) – Varying lanes on Route 130 are scheduled to be closed overnight this week on the Route 130 Bridge over the South Branch of Newton Creek in Gloucester City and Haddon, Camden County and on the Route 130 Bridge over Little Timber Creek in Brooklawn and Gloucester City, Camden County. In... Read more →

Attention Gloucester Heights Residents!!!

Traffic on Nicholson Road is limited to one lane due to the work on the Nicholson Road I-76 underpass. This is the second time within a week that water had to be shut off in Gloucester Heights because of the ongoing construction. ~CNBNews photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 22, 2023)(CNBNews)--Gloucester Heights residents will have no water on Tuesday May 23 beginning around 8:30 AM. The action is being taken because of the ongoing work at... Read more →

Accepting Cheers And Jeers Suggestions

CNBNews is preparing a Cheer and Jeer column also known as The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. If you have anyone/anything that you feel deserves a Cheer or a Jeer now is the time to speak up. CNBNews graphic file Send your remarks to [email protected] Everyone can participate. You need not be from Gloucester City. Residents from neighboring communities are also welcome. Thank You for your help. William E. Cleary Sr Editor Read more →

"Lefty" Gaines, of Wildwood, Family Man, Sports Fan, Truck Driver and a Awesome Pool Player

On May 13, 2023, in Sicklerville, NJ, due to failing health, Edward E. Gaines, well known as “Lefty” closed his eyes and went to sleep. Born in Philadelphia, PA. he was the son of the late, William “Sonny” and Lillian Rebecca (Anderson) Gaines. In the 1950’s, Lefty and his parents moved to Wildwood, NJ, where he married his childhood sweetheart, Roberta E. Hamilton. The couple were blessed with 10 children. Lefty is survived by his... Read more →

Immaculate Baseball Coach Josh Copskey, a GCHS Alum, All-Region Coach of the Year

The Immaculata baseball team earned one major award and two First Team selections as released its Region 5 All-Region teams. Head coach Josh Copskey was named All-Region Coach of the Year following a historic first year with the program. In his first year as a Mighty Mac, Copskey led the team to a program-best 29-win season to secure the program's first Atlantic East Conference championship. The Macs did not stop there, however, as the... Read more →

Memorial Day Ceremony at Battleship New Jersey

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (MAY 19, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--The Camden County Board of Commissioners is proud to present the annual Memorial Day Ceremony in partnership with the Battleship NJ and Knights of Columbus. The ceremony starts at 10 am on the Battleship NJ to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Read more →

Margaret A. "Peggy" Kee, age 86

Voorhees, formerly of Waterford Works, NJ. On February 23, 2023. Age 86. Peggy is survived by her son, Jon S. Kee of Waterford Works, NJ; grandson, Stephan Kee of Marlton, NJ; her caregivers and friends will miss her at the Complete Care at Voorhees, where she lived for several years. Peggy worked for many years as a hostess with the Franklin Diner in Philadelphia, PA. Honoring her wish, there will be no visitation or viewing.... Read more →


CORRECTION GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (MAY 19, 2023)(CNBNews)There was a multiple-alarm fire on South Burdsall Avenue early Friday morning. Neighbors nearby said a lithium battery exploded and that started the fire. But the fire is still under investigation and CNBNews hasn’t been able to confirm that information. Those neighbors also said in one of the homes a couple just moved into the house two months ago. According to information released by the Westville Fire Department, the... Read more →

Camden City Police Continue Investigation on January 2021 Homicide

Camden City NJ-(CNBNEWS)--The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office remains actively investigating the unsolved January 2021 homicide of 28-year-old Santino Thomas, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay. Thomas of Sicklerville was shot and killed while walking down the 1300 block of Browning Street in the Whitman Park section of Camden City on January 28, 2021. Thomas suffered multiple gunshot wounds and died from his injuries. Thomas’ unsolved homicide was featured on this CBS 3 Mysteries news... Read more →


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May 18-20, 2023 PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 17, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Kelly Drive will be detoured on Thursday, May 18, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. until Saturday, May 20, 2023, 8:00 P.M for the Stotesbury Regatta. The Drive will be detoured from the Strawberry Mansion Bridge to Fountain Green Drive. DETOURS Southbound Kelly Drive traffic will be detoured up the Strawberry Mansion ramp to Fountain Green Drive, via Reservoir Drive. Northbound Kelly Drive traffic will be detoured up Fountain... Read more →


James A. Schmidt, age 56. Of Westville. Formerly of Cherry Hill. Beloved son of the late Charles G. Schmidt, Sr. and Sherry Ann Schmidt (nee DelRocini). Beloved brother of Robert Schmidt, Sherry Schmidt and Gloria Borrell (Ray). Beloved uncle of many nieces and nephews and also survived by Michael, Devon and his Godson, Craig Abbott. In addition to his parents, James was predeceased by his brother, Charles G. Schmidt. Jim was a passionate fan of... Read more →


DOROTHY PHILBIN | CNBNews Everyone, even the size 2s, put on weight during the pandemic. The problem is that once we were released from the prison of own homes and got back to normal, the pounds didn't come off. What to do? image courtesy of The size 2s can probably survive with a few extra pounds but how about the former size 18s who are now size 22? The pounds just seem to stick... Read more →


PHILADELPHIA PA(May 9, 2023)(CNBNews) – United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that brothers Zumar Dubose, age 34, of Atlantic City, NJ; Abdush Dubose, age 36, of Boynton Beach, FL; and Kariem Dubose, age 42, of Philadelphia, PA, were convicted today at trial of mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering conspiracy charges arising from their scheme to defraud and obtain money from the United States Postal Service, UPS and Citizens Bank. CNBNews... Read more →

LAST CALL for Garden State Wine Growers 2023 Passport Contest

SUBMISSIONS DUE MAY 20 -Enter to win New Jersey VIP Experience for Two Haddonfield, NJ (May 16, 2023) – The Garden State Wine Growers Association is announcing the final call for submissions for their 2023 Passport to New Jersey Wine Country Contest. This year, wine enthusiasts have until May 20th to enter to win the next New Jersey VIP Experience! FOOD AND DRINK What is the Passport Program: The Passport Program is designed to show... Read more →

Justice Department Charges Russian National with Ransomware Attacks in New Jersey and DC

Two U.S. Indictments Charge Defendant with Attacks Against Law Enforcement Agencies in New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and Other Victims Worldwide; U.S. State Department Offers $10 Million Reward NEWARK, N.J. (May 16, 2023)(CNBNews) – The Justice Department today unsealed two indictments charging a Russian national and resident with using three different ransomware variants to attack numerous victims throughout the United States, including law enforcement agencies in New Jersey and Washington, D.C., as well as victims in... Read more →

Runnemede's GFWC Woman's Club Supports Emmanuel Cancer Foundation

Runnemede Club News: The New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs has selected the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation for its special state project until April of 2024. For more than 30 years, the Emmanuel Cancer Foundation has provided assistance in the form of counseling, support, donations, and more to New Jersey families faced with the challenges of pediatric cancer. The Emmanuel Cancer Foundation also works around the clock advocating for its clients with insurance companies, medical... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic's Pitcher Joseph Vaccarella, the Catholic Star Herald 's Top Athlete for April

Baseball Joseph Vaccarella Joseph Vaccarella has made one of the best pitching rotations in the state even stronger. Following up on a fantastic freshman year, the sophomore hurler’s shining moment came April 23 as the Rams defeated Saint Augustine Prep 2-0, in a battle of two of the top programs in New Jersey. Vaccarella threw five shutout innings, allowing just two hits while striking out seven. Through April, he carried a 3.00 ERA and 20... Read more →


Emergency Water Shut Off Wednesday

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 15, 2023)(CNBNews)--The City of Gloucester City Public Utilities Department announced on Monday, May 15, that Gloucester Heights residents will have no water on Wednesday, May 17 beginning around 8:30 AM. The action is being taken because of the ongoing work at the NJ DOT project on the nearby Nicholson Road 1-76 underpass. Once the contractor makes repairs to the water line, it will be turned on. At that time some people... Read more →

Gloucester City ORDINANCE Establishes Cannabis Businesses Area in South Port (2nd Reading)

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 15, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Mayor and Council is expected to pass on second reading at the caucus meeting tonight an ordinance allowing six marijuana businesses to be established in the South Port Riverfront Development area. RELATED: OPINION: Gloucester City to Become 'The Place' for POT Growers The six "Pot" types of establishments allowed include: marijuana cultivator marijuana delivery service marijuana distributor marijuana manufacturer marijuana retailer marijuana wholesaler Those types of businesses... Read more →


Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews Several American cities, a few years ago, named themselves "sanctuary cities," never having any idea what was to come. They thought that they would get a few illegal immigrants here and a few there. Little did they expect floods of illegals, so many that the border states (Texas, Arizona, and Florida) would have to "outsource." This flood of immigrants was supposed to be someone else's problem. Earlier this year 54/57 illegals... Read more →

Memorial for Officer Shisler Continues to Grow; Funeral Services are Scheduled for May 18

A memorial in honor of Officer Shisler sits in front of the Deptford Township Police Station at 1101 Cooper Street photos and video credit ( DEPTFORD, NJ (May 13, 2023)( Township Police Officer Robert Shisler succumbed to complications of the gunshot wound on Sunday, May 7th, 2023, without having ever been released from the hospital. The fallen officer's body was escorted back to New Jersey on Tuesday, May 9 by multiple police departments collaborating to... Read more →

Cleary's Family History: HAPPY MOTHERS DAY MOM

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews EDITOR'S NOTE: We first published this article in 2008. Because it is such a great story, we bring it out from our archives each year on Mother's Day to share it with you again. The author is unknown. I was looking for a photo to use with it, and I thought, why not use a picture of our mother, Mazie (Tucker) Cleary who passed away in 1995. The first... Read more →

Camden County Mental Health Awareness Walk

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (May 14, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Camden County Mental Health Awareness Walk is set for Saturday, May 20 at Wiggins Waterfront Park from 10 AM TO 12 NOON. Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder treatment providers will be present to offer assistance and link Camden County youth and adults to local services. Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder treatment providers will be present to offer assistance edcuat and link Camden County youth and adults to... Read more →

Frank J. Vitkow, age 71, of Runnemede

Frank J. Vitkow, 71 of Runnemede was called home to be with the Lord on Monday, May 8th. He was born in Philadelphia on Sept 24th, 1951 to Frank and Elizabeth. He grew up with his five brothers and sisters at their family home on Union Ave in Bellmawr. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Denise (nee Cannon), his daughters Nichelle and Nicole, his grandchildren Samantha, Alyssa, Deanna, Brett, Sophia, Emilia as... Read more →

Katherine M. Parker, of Cherry Hill and Cinnaminson

On May 12, 2023. Age 66. Of Cherry Hill, NJ. Formerly of Cinnaminson. Survived by her sister, Maureen Heffeman, and brother, Michael Heffeman. Predeceased by her mother: Margaret Heffeman. The interment will be announced at a later date. Anyone with family contact information please call our funeral home. Funeral Arrangements and Inquires through McCANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Gloucester City Ph:856-456-1142 Read more →

Rudolph "Rudy" R. Riti, 97, of West Collingswood; U.S. Navy Korean War Veteran

On May 11, 2023, of West Collingswood, NJ. Age 92 years. Beloved husband of 69 years to Nancy L. Riti (nee Gingrich). Dear father of the late Ralph (Lisa) Riti, Amy (Gary) Barker, Rebecca Riti and Thomas (Mary Beth) Riti. Loving grandfather of 8 and great grandfather of 3. Devoted brother of Evelyn Brancato. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Rudy was a 1947 graduate of Girard College and a 1952 graduate... Read more →

Funeral Services for Deptford Police Officer Bobby Schisler to be Held at Rowan University

( photo credit)...Memorial in honor of Deptford Police Officer Shisler has been growiing in front of the Deptford Township Police Station, on Cooper Road and Delsea Drive intersection. (DEPTFORD Township, NJ)(May 12, 2023)(CNBNews)-- Funeral services for Deptford Policer Officer Robert J. Shisler, who passed away May 7, 2023, will be held May 17 at Rowan University, Glassboro. Beloved son of Robert H. Shisler of Deptford and Tracy (nee Hawkins) of Deptford. Loving brother of Ashley... Read more →


ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.(May 12, 2023)(CNBNews) — Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City is scheduled to celebrate 25 years of operations during an anniversary run and ceremony Friday at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center in Egg Harbor Township. Since its creation in 1998, Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City helicopter crews have rescued or assisted 1,310 people. The aircrews have flown on more than 7,000 search and rescue cases, dedicating more than 11,000 flight... Read more →

Camden County Commissioners Welcome Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta to Cooper River

PENNSAUKEN NJ (MAY 11, 2023)(CNBNEWS)--On Friday morning, the Commissioners will join state and local officials including representatives from the rowing community to ring the opening bell for the 84th Annual Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta. For the first time in the event’s history, the regatta will be moving from its typical venue at the Schuylkill River National Racecourse in Philadelphia to the renowned Cooper River Park rowing venue, which is home to many CNBNews graphic file... Read more →

Gloucester City Police Stop Roadwork on Nicholson Road Underpass for Unsafe Conditions

CNBNews files GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 10, 2023)(CNBNews)--The Gloucester City Police released a statement at 4 PM today regarding the repair work on the Nicholson Road I-76 overpass bridge in Gloucester Heights. The police stated work on that project was stopped because of unsafe conditions. The police did not clarify what those unsafe conditions were. Last Friday, May 5, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) announced that the repair work on that site was... Read more →

Adventure Awaits You This Summer on the Delaware Riverfront

Delaware River Bridge, photo credit Fredy Martinez fredymartinez PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 9, 2023) – Summer on the Waterfront is finally here, and the 2023 season is packed with excitement. Independence Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest and Spruce Street Harbor Park both open on Friday, May 12. Perhaps the most highly anticipated announcements are the introduction of a few exciting additions to the food offerings at both parks: James Beard nominated Cantina La Martina will join Chickie’s... Read more →

Gloucester City Residents Awarded $830,000 Green Acres Grant; Money Headed to Johnson Blvd. Park

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ – The City of Gloucester City was recently awarded $830,000 from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Green Acres Program to make various improvements at Johnson Park, announced Mayor Dayl Baile today. “We are appreciative of the Green Acres award and very pleased that our application was favorably received,” said Baile. “This money will allow us to install a number of amenities that will make the park an even more... Read more →

JOHN BOKER age 58, of Audubon/Brooklawn, Volunteer Fireman, KofC Council 1994

When you believe in the good, give and care, in return, you will be happy, loved, and fulfilled. This is what the good does. They keep trying and never give up. John W. Boker was at his essence all that is good CNBNews graphic files and right. His boyish, affable charisma always reminded you to “stay outta trouble” and reached so many. Life isn't about having amazing experiences. It's about making everyday experiences look amazing.... Read more →

The Third Annual Tri-State DisAbility Art Show

Y.A.L.E. School Hosts Third Annual Tri-State DisAbility Art Show More than 475 Original Works by Students with Disabilities from Region Displayed Sebastian Barrila, a first grade student at Y.A.L.E. School NJ, stood proudly with his parents Sebastian and Danielle, after receiving “The Red Resist Award” at the Tri-State DisAbility Art Show. Cherry Hill, N.J. – Y.A.L.E. School NJ, serving students with disabilities, recently hosted the Third Annual Tri-State DisAbility Art Show, a chance for students... Read more →

Rt 295 Southbound Closed/Detour Monday and Thursday Nights

image courtesy of NJDOT (Trenton) - New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials today announced the I-295 southbound ramp to Route 42 southbound and I-295 southbound, also known as Al-Jo's Curve, is scheduled to be closed tonight and Thursday night for guide rail and attenuator repairs as the Direct Connection project advances in Bellmawr, Camden County. In addition, there will be lane closures on I-295 northbound on Wednesday and Route 42 northbound on Friday night... Read more →

Suspect Who Robbed Fulton Bank, Cherry Hill Arrested

Cherry Hill, N.J. (May 8, 2023)- A man has been arrested and charged for a bank robbery in Cherry Hill last week, reported Camden County Prosecutor Grace C. MacAulay and Cherry Hill Police Chief Robert Kempf. CNBNews graphic file On Friday, May 5, 2023, the Cherry Hill Police Department and the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office responded to the Fulton Bank at 514 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill, for a report of a bank robbery. The... Read more →

Gloucester City Mayor/Council Continue to Pummel Residents with Highest Taxes in NJ

GLOUCESTER CITY NO. 23: The City of Gloucester City is so poor it qualifies to be a UEZ Zone and an ABBOTT District !!! GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 8, 2023)(CNBNews)--People living in the state of New Jersey continue to pay the highest property taxes in the country, according to The average bill in 2022 rose to almost $10,000, or to be exact $9,490. A homeowner’s bill is determined by the rate a municipality charges... Read more →