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Free Flu Clinics for Residents – Get Your Flu Shot Early in the Season

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WOODBURY — Robert Damminger and Freeholder Lyman Barnes have a clear message for residents.  Get your shot. Gloucester County Freeholders have again scheduled 36 open influenza clinics to keep residents healthy this flu season.  The county-run clinics begin on Oct. 2. Clinics are scheduled in every community, with 11 held […]

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WINDOW & SHOE RALLY, OCT. 5

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SWEDESBORO – A Windows and Shoe Rally will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 beginning at 1 p.m. at St. Paul U.A.M.E. Church. Sermonette will be given by Dr. Almeda M. Johnson. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served. Windows cleaned at your home will be $2 each; shoes $1 […]

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East Greenwich Library Public Q&A Session

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MICKLETON – The final public Question and Answer Session, hosted by the East Greenwich Library Association will be held on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the East Greenwich Municipal Building. This will give residents the opportunity to ask questions about the library referendum that will be on the […]

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Swedesboro Renews Call For Stricter Vehicle Law Enforcement

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Swedesboro Renews Call For Stricter Vehicle Law Enforcement

by Robert Holt SWEDESBORO — Swedesboro Mayor Tom Fromm acknowledged that he’s had the conversation before, but at the community’s Council meeting on Sept. 16, he again asked local police for tighter enforcement of motor vehicle laws throughout the community. “There’s an unbelievable issue in our town that we can’t […]

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East Greenwich Tables Decision on Amherst Farms Basin Fence

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East Greenwich Tables Decision on Amherst Farms Basin Fence

by Robert Holt MICKLETON- At their meeting on Sept. 24, the East Greenwich Township Committee tabled a decision regarding fencing at Amherst Farms for a basin that could pose a safety risk to children. A six-foot wet basin lies below a hill between Amherst Farms on Quaker Road and Amherst […]

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SWEDESBORO PRESENTS CBD REVITALIZATION STUDY RESULTS

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SWEDESBORO PRESENTS CBD REVITALIZATION STUDY RESULTS

SWEDESBORO — Wondering what might help activate Swedesboro’s Central Business District (CBD)?  The answer to that question and more will be the topic of a special public presentation on Oct. 9 at Tavro 13 beginning at 7 p.m. The Swedesboro Economic Development Committee invites and encourages all residents and business owners to attend this important presentation by […]

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Logan Township Council Honors Schmidt, Duffield

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Logan Township Council Honors Schmidt, Duffield

by Robert Holt BRIDGEPORT — The Logan Township Council honored two of its own at their meeting on Sept. 17. First, Mayor Frank Minor acknowledged the induction of Township Solicitor Brian Duffield into the Gloucester County College Hall of Fame. Then as part of the evening’s police report, Officer Andrew […]

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Swedesboro’s Annual Christmas Parade, Nov. 24

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Swedesboro’s Annual Christmas Parade, Nov. 24

SWEDESBORO — Kings Highway will be alive with Christmas cheer as Swedesboro celebrates the start of the holiday season with its annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Nov. 30 at 1 p.m. The parade will begin at Walter Hill School and will continue all the way through the downtown where it […]

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Oct. 5th HEALTH, WELLNESS & SAFETY FAIR

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Oct. 5th HEALTH, WELLNESS & SAFETY FAIR

WOOLWICH TWP. — Don’t miss the DAY of WELLNESS scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5. Begin the morning with a 9 a.m. run from Kingsway High School (registration 8 a.m.) or a 9:30 a.m. walk from the Walter Hill School (registration 8:30 a.m). The walk/run will finish at the Harker School […]

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Historic Swedesboro hosts 7th Annual Jazzfest, Oct. 19

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Historic Swedesboro hosts 7th Annual Jazzfest, Oct. 19

SWEDESBORO —  Historic Swedesboro will host the 7th Annual Olde Kings’ Jazzfest on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 4 p.m. to midnight, featuring 13 bands with an eclectic mix of genres, in seven inspiring venues. Not a jazz buff? Don’t worry, not all the bands are jazz. There will be a […]

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