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Deptford Student graduates twice in one summer: Is off to Med School

    With her high school graduation days away, Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) student, Krisha Darji, is as excited as any graduating senior but...

High-school kiosks offer students options and free time

Washington Township High School has welcomed Cruising Cafe kiosks to its lunch periods as a way to serve food while providing students with more...

Monroe schools offer vaccines to students ages 12 to 15

Monroe Township Public Schools teamed with Inspira Health to administer over 100 vaccines to students ages 12 through 15 at Williamstown High School on...

Gloucester County Senior Services distributes vouchers to local seniors

The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners and the county senior services department are offering vouchers this month to income-qualified seniors so they can purchase...

Fasola Park will host Gloucester County’s annual Juneteenth celebration

A long-standing tradition for African Americans, Juneteenth commemorates the date in 1865 when slavery in America officially ended, and it is widely celebrated by...

Walking club welcomes township seniors outdoors

Washington Township’s office of community affairs has formed a free walking club for seniors that meets every Tuesday at Washington Lake Park.  With the senior...

Wrestling company plans for an epic comeback

Local wrestling company Inter Species Wrestling is planning an epic comeback event in Williamstown after last year’s following was nearly wiped out by COVID....

Rotary hosts 12th annual comedy night

The Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Club will host its 12th annual Comedy Night on Friday, June 18, at The Estates at Monroe. The Rotary has hosted...

Bunker Hill Middle School yearbook club earns bronze award

The Bunker Hill Middle School yearbook club has received the Jostens 2021 national excellence award for its “Harry Potter”-themed yearbook. The program of excellence honor...

Women’s club starts project to promote young readers

The Gloucester County Women’s Club will promote young readership with a new project this summer called Look 4 a Book   The program offers books for...
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