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Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity announces new President of the Board

Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity is pleased to announce the appointment of the new President of the Board, Ronda Abbruzzese of Nexus Properties. “Gloucester County...

Township native becomes astronaut scholar

Washington Township native Grace Robertson has been named an astronaut scholar at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida. “I always ask why and I will never...

A tribute to ‘mum’

The Williamstown Badgers Triathlon Club held its first ‘Mum’orial Swim/Run Classic on June 27, a nod to the late triathlete Kathy Mellor. “The race went...

Operation Safe Haven gets generous donation from GCIT students

  Twenty-five students at the Gloucester County Institute of Technology and the SkillsUSA Chapter recently built two horse-mounting blocks for Operation Safe Haven that will...

Local animal rescue in need of donations and fosters

  The West Jersey Volunteers for Animal Rescue is looking for foster families and donations to help the organization get back on its feet after...

Heatwave Assistance now available for Gloucester County Residents

With the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsiding and businesses beginning to open, our service providers have offered an update on options available for those seeking...

Gloucester County Realtors named in America’s Best Real Estate Professionals list

  Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (BHHS) Fox & Roach, REALTORS congratulates Gloucester County sales associates on being named to the America’s Best Real Estate Professionals list....

Monroe library kicks off virtual summer reading

The Free Public Library of Monroe Township has kicked-off their summer reading program on Monday, June 21 with the theme of Tails and Tales....

Preschool program overwhelmed with applications

The Monroe Township preschool program has received 300 applications for just 44 spots, and the school district is now seeking a grant that will...

As their center remains closed, township seniors gather in person

Unable to gather for more than 18 months, members of the township’s senior center were welcomed with a picnic at Washington Lake Park on...
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