• Reduced cost animal adoptions now through July 31
    News Image(Clayton, NJ) –Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Dan Christy announced that the Gloucester County Animal Shelter will reduce adoption fees for cats and dogs beginning today until the end of July.
  • Free NARCAN training session held in Gibbstown, next scheduled for Logan
    News Image(Gibbstown, NJ) -- The Gloucester County Addictions Task Force hosted their second NARCAN Training session on July 11 at the Gibbstown Public Library to a full house. These training sessions are part of the county's continued effort to save lives while battling the opioid epidemic within the community.
  • Rooster rescued from storm drain
    News Image(Woolwich Twp., NJ) – The answer to the age-old question of why the chicken crossed the road was answered on July 11, 2018 by the Gloucester County Department of Public Works.  "To get away from a dog," said Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger about why a chicken was stuck in a storm inlet on Sharptown Road in Woolwich.
  • New tuition free EMS EMT Training Academy to provide residents a chance to pursue a career in EMS
    News Image(Clayton, NJ) – The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders is excited to announce the creation of the Gloucester County EMS EMT Training Academy, a tuition free program in exchange for a three-year paid service agreement with GCEMS.  The first EMT certification-level training course will begin in September.
  • Educational activities teach residents importance of butterflies at the first Butterfly Festival
    News Image(National Park, NJ) Residents and visitors are invited to celebrate butterflies and their important place in our natural world at Gloucester County's first ever Butterfly Festival sponsored by the Gloucester County Certified Gardeners. The celebration will be held at Red Bank Battlefield in National Park on July 14, 2018, from noon until 4 p.m.
  • US Marshals Service and Sheriff’s Office provided training to law enforcement agencies
    News Image(Deptford, NJ) – The United States Marshals Service and the Gloucester County Sheriff's Office sponsored Introduction to Fugitive Investigations, a two-day training seminar that took place at Adelphia’s Conference Center.