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Gloucester County monitors COVID as positive cases surge

Gloucester County officially moved its COVID test site last week from the county public works complex in Clayton to Swedesboro Public Works Bays. The new...

Deptford Theatrical Productions prepares for a busy 2022

Deptford Theatrical Productions is ready to take on the new year with a full calendar of shows, classes and other theater-related events. Formerly known as...

Mullica Hill author addresses mental-health issue in children’s book

As a registered medical assistant, Mullica Hill’s Dana Shickora knows the importance of addressing mental health. Now, she’s put her expertise to work on...

Scholarship competition for high school students is accepting applications

The Deptford Township mayor and Council and the League of Municipalities is proud to announce the Louis Bay 2nd Future Municipal Leaders Scholarship Competition...

Dates announced for 2022 free rabies clinics

The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners in collaboration with the Department of Health and Human Services and Gloucester County Animal Shelter (GCAS) have announced...

GCIT blood drive collected 65 pints for the Red Cross

Gloucester County Institute of Technology's (GCIT) annual blood drive, which occurred on Jan. 13, consisted of the American Red Cross and GCIT’s HOSA. Qualified...

Mullica Hill resident named to University of Alabama’s president’s list

Ashley Muscarella of Mullica Hill, N.J. was named to the University of Alabama president's list for the 2021 fall semester. A total of 11,979 students...

Mantua resident named to Emerson College’s dean’s list

Jonathan Nam of Mantua, N.J. is among the students named to Emerson College's dean's list for the fall 2021 semester. The requirement to make...

Arrests made in connection with Deptford Township burglary

On Jan. 6, at approximately 5 a.m. Deptford Township Police Department Patrol units were dispatched to Yogi's Quick Shop, located at 1212 Cooper St....

Calling all nature lovers: join Gloucester County for Nature at Night

Nature at Night is Gloucester County Parks and Recreation’s news program featuring presentations of beautiful images and real animals on display. “Parks and Recreation created...
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