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Karin Eckert-Carpenter named Gloucester County Counselor of the Year

After nearly 40 years of hard work and service in the field of education, Karin Eckert-Carpenter received the Gloucester County Counselor of the year...

Green Club pledges to save the ocean

Bells Elementary School Green Club is doing its part to save the endangered Humboldt Penguin through the school’s fourth annual Unless  Project. The project was...

Township PD plans drive-by mask give away for seniors

The Washington Township Police Department has partnered with Ford Motor Company to provide free masks to senior citizens across the township. “Back in February, we...

Township officer promoted at council meeting

  Washington Township Council took time during their meeting on Wednesday, March 25, to promote township police officer Justin Inman to a full-time position within...

Soap making fundraiser helps frontline workers

Bunker Hill Middle School sixth-grader Lily Caldiero has turned her hobby of soap making into a charitable cause benefitting frontline workers. “I know that because...

Bottom of the Ninth: South Jersey grads face uncertain future

After abbreviated 2020 season and news that 2021 would be the program's last, La Salle baseball players keep on fighting

Fab Five recognized at township police department

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Washington Township Police Department recognized the Fabulous Five female officers with whom they work  every day. A Facebook...

Williamstown Rotary group looks for new members

The Williamstown Sunrise Rotary Foundation wants new members to join its first in person meeting since the start of pandemic restrictions over a year...

Group seeks help to create positive change for women

Women's United is seeking members of the Gloucester County community to join its efforts in creating positive changes for women, children and families in...

South Jersey counties come together in sustainability efforts

  Teams across three counties have come together to help each other and their communities live a more sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle. “The Tri-County Sustainability...
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