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RCSJ’s Clay College builds community connections with bricks

In an effort to connect people through the act of making art together, Rowan College of South Jersey's (RCSJ) Clay College is hosting “The...

Mantua resident sells handmade holiday bow sets for all ages

Mantua Township resident Amanda Aviles Etsy is open for the holidays. Her business, Homemade Amanda’s Way, sells hair bow sets for all ages, with current...

Seasonal coat drive benefits Gloucester County charities

During a season of giving, the mission of HFM Investment Advisors is to give back to the community, one coat at a time. HFM, an...

Be merry, but do not be scammed this holiday season

Christmas is a time for family, friends and gift giving, but sadly, there are scammers looking to ruin your holiday fun by trying to...

Gloucester County Boys and Girls Club welcome new board member

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Gloucester County is welcoming Joe Brigandi into its Board of Directors. The current Board of Directors approved his...

Redevelopment of former Ellis Manor public housing breaks ground

The Gloucester County Board of Commissioners, Pennrose, LLC, The Housing Authority of the Borough of Glassboro (GHA), and the Borough of Glassboro celebrated the...

RCSJ Season of Giving community project seeking donations

Rowan College of South Jersey’s (RCSJ) Student Government Association (SGA) and the Alpha Psi Pi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) honor society...

Gloucester County gets $1 million grant for its open-space plan

Gloucester County Commissioner Director Robert M. Damminger has announced a $1 million Green Acres matching grant from the state Department of Environmental Protection and...

Mantua OKs participation of West Deptford and National Park into joint court

The Mantua Township Committee held a meeting on Nov. 15, its only public session in November. An ordinance was adopted that amends the current township...

Gloucester County Division of Senior Services offers nutrition program

The Division of Senior Services and the Gloucester County Board of Commissioners continue to offer seniors hot, mid-day meals. “The Nutrition Program offers mid-day meals...
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