• 13 Women honored at Women of Achievement Award Ceremony
    News Image(Woodbury, NJ) The 2018 Women of Achievement event took place on Oct. 11 recognized thirteen local women for their contributions to their professional fields, their communities, humanitarianism, and volunteerism.
  • Bonesaw Brewing Co. celebrates official grand opening
    News Image(Glassboro, NJ) The Bonesaw Brewing Co. in Glassboro had their official opening on Saturday, Oct. 13 with a celebratory ribbon cutting.
  • David B. DeVault recognized for outstanding volunteerism at senior luncheon
    News Image(Deptford, NJ) – The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders recognized David B. DeVault of Paulsboro as the 2018 Outstanding Senior Volunteer during the annual volunteer luncheon held on Oct. 10 at Auletto Catering.  Over 100 seniors, many of whom were recognized for their volunteerism throughout the county, attended the luncheon.
  • Real Men Read at Bowe School in Glassboro
    News Image(Glassboro, NJ) – The Thomas Bowe School Real Men Read program held its annual kick-off breakfast on Oct. 12, 2018 to set a new year of goals for the readers in the program. For the last four years Freeholder Jim Jefferson has participated, along with other community mentors, to help serve as mentors to the boys.
  • October is ‘National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month’
    News Image(Clayton, NJ) – Adopt a dog at the Gloucester County Animal Shelter (GCAS) during National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month.  Get pre-approved for your pet adoption and visit the GCAS during the month of October where there are plenty of animals to choose from.
  • DREAM Park hosts Rowan University’s Border Battle
    News Image(Logan Township, NJ) For four years the Rowan University Border Battle has given east coast cross country teams the opportunity to compete against teams from other regions to help get key victories and the ability to compete in the NCAA Cross Country Championship and the NCAA Cross Country Regionals. This year, the Gloucester County DREAM Park will by hosting the over 1,200 attending competitors on their own home turf.