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Living history weekend includes Civil War reenactments

Mullica Hill’s historic Civil War living history weekend took place on Oct. 9 and 10 for families to immerse themselves and learn more about...

Gloucester County Women’s Club gives to communities all year

As the holidays approach, many take the time to volunteer or donate to their communities as a gesture for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Mary Schneider,...

Fall festival brings family fun to Andaloro Farm

The annual Deptford fall festival on Oct. 9 boasted hay rides, gourmet food trucks and live music from Goodfella’s Band. The family event at Andaloro...

Mullica Hill leaf collection program begins Oct. 18

Harrison Township will conduct its annual Curbside Leaf Collection Program beginning the week of Oct. 18, through the week of Dec. 27. To keep...

Flowers and cards donated at Inspira Health’s Build-a-Bouquet event

Inspira Health hosted a Build-a-Bouquet experience at Duffield’s Farm Market in Sewell, N.J. on Oct. 2 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Over...

Officials release 911 recordings from fatal police shooting in Mantua

Mantua Township resident Charles Sharp III was killed in a police involved shooting outside his home last month after reporting that there were intruders...

Board of commissioners authorizes additions to 2021 budget

The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners held its regular monthly meeting on Oct. 6 and authorized insertion of special revenue items into the 2021...

RCSJ breaks ground on upcoming Rowan Medicine Center in Cumberland

Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ), together with Rowan University and the Cumberland County Board of County Commissioners celebrated the groundbreaking of a new...

Committee approves efforts for upcoming township fundraiser

The Harrison Township committee held a work session on Oct. 4, a meeting that was open to the public. The mayor and township committee first...

Deptford to ‘Paint the Town Pink’

Deptford Township Council met for a monthly session on Oct. 4 that began with a message from the mayor. “Municipal services become very visible this...
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