• Boys and Girls Club present annual Youth of the Year Award
    News Image(Glassboro, NJ) On Tuesday, March 19, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Gloucester County hosted the Youth of the Year Luncheon at LaScala's Fire in Glassboro, celebrating and recognizing young individuals for their leadership and contribution to the community.
  • Rabies Advisory – Franklin Twp.
    News Image(Franklinville, NJ) – Residents should be aware that a raccoon found in the vicinity of 304 Pear Tree Court, which is in close proximity to Mary F. Janvier Elementary School, on March 15, 2019 has tested positive for rabies.    

  • Students at the 18th annual S.U.R.E. Summit
    News Image(Glassboro, NJ) Today the 18th Annual Students United for Respect and Equality (S.U.R.E.) summit was held at the Rowan University Chamberlin Student Center.  Over 300 students and advisors attended workshops aimed at embracing tolerance and diversity, and ending stigma. A'Ric Jackson, a top Youth Speaker gave the keynote address.

  • Road improvements scheduled in Franklin, Elk and Glassboro next week
    News ImageStarting on Monday, March 25 construction will begin on the second grouping of roads to be milled and paved in accordance with the Gloucester County Highway Department's 2019 Highway Overlay Program projects.  Project timelines are dependent on weather.
  • Program for family caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease or Dementia
    (Deptford, NJ) The Gloucester County Senior Corps is sponsoring a Stress-Busting Program for Family Caregivers, beginning April 17 through June 12, for individuals who provide support to loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
  • Glassboro High School's "Bianca’s Closet" allows girls to donate and pick out used prom dresses
    News Image(Glassboro, NJ) During a visit to Glassboro High School, Freeholder Heather Simmons learned about "Bianca's Closet", a closet open to all students that offers donated prom gowns, shoes and accessories.