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Habitat for Humanity is maximizing its impact

Building affordable housing, ADA compliant access ramps throughout region

Rowan University hosts basketball youth nights

Rowan University Athletics will be hosting Youth Nights at its season-opening men’s and women’s basketball games on November 11 and 12

NMG launches November food drive to aid local communities

In conjunction with the Food Bank of South Jersey, locals can leave donations at businesses in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties

Two Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service staff members nominated for New Jersey EMT of...

The winner will be announced Friday, Nov. 15 at the awards ceremony, a part of the 2019 National Conference on EMS in Atlantic City New Jersey.

Parents and trick-or-treaters warned to beware of marijuana candy and other drugs this Halloween

The Gloucester County Freeholders have issued a warning to parents and trick-or-treaters to beware of marijuana-infused candies and other drugs this Halloween.

Toys for Tots holiday campaign underway in Gloucester County

From Oct. 1 until the last few weeks before Christmas, the Gloucester County Toys for Tots campaign will be working hard to reach their goal of 150,000 toys.

County offers deer removal from county and municipal roadways

The County is reminding residents that they can contact the Gloucester County Highway Division to have deer carcasses removed from county and municipal roadways

RCSJ Women’s Volleyball wins first conference championship

Roadrunner Women’s Volleyball Team won 3-0 over visiting Brookdale Community College to clinch a share of the Garden State Athletic Conference championship

Gloucester County Nature Club to host Mad Hatter’s Tree Party in Wenonah

Families and people of all ages can share a whimsical adventure in a community forest, with music, light refreshments and tea with the Mad Hatter himself.

Final Household Special Waste Collection of 2019 scheduled for Saturday

On Oct. 19, Gloucester County residents can drop-off their special waste for recycling, reuse, and/or proper disposal at the Gloucester County Public Works Department located at 1200 N. Delsea Dr. in Clayton.
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