February Crossword Puzzle

CLUES ACROSS 1. Take by theft 7. Cash machine 10. Removed from attendance 12. Old World buffalo 13. Spread by dividing 14. Herd of unsheared sheep 15. Main arterial vessel 16. Carbamide 17. In the style of 18. Leafstalk angle 19. Physiques 21. Command right 22. Gratuitous 27. Printed display 28. Dexter inspector 33. “Hammer […]

February Crossword Answers

SOLUTIONS ACROSS 1. Thieve 7. ATM 10. Absented 12. Anoa 13. Branched 14. Teggs 15. Aorta 16. Urea 17. A la 18. Axil 19. Bods 21. Gee 22. Unearned 27. Ad 28. Endeavor morse 33. MC 34. Abashing 36. Tor 37. Oath 38. Pave 39. MEQ 40. Aare 41. Admen 44. Tubes 45. Hairiest 48. […]

Beauty Or The Beast

THE SNOW STORM and frigid weather in January brought beastly traveling conditions to many but brought some fun and beauty for others. During the snow storm on Jan. 21, Route 322 in Woolwich Township was slow going because of poor visibility, road conditions,  and a jack knifed tractor trailer near the turnpike entrance (below). Businesses […]

Woolwich Discusses Behavioral Group Homes Located In Township

By Robert Holt and Karen E. Viereck WOOLWICH TWP. — At their meeting on Jan. 27, the Woolwich Township Committee discussed concerns brought up by a group of approximately 35 township residents about area community group homes, known as AdvoServ of New Jersey. AdvoServ offers behavioral treatment programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. […]

Gas Pipeline Given New Route Through Logan and Woolwich

WOOLWICH TWP. – Columbia Pipeline Group has announced that it is changing its originally proposed route through Logan and Woolwich Township. The new route will have the pipeline go down Center Square Road through Logan Township for approximately 2 miles, then head west on Pedricktown Road for half mile. The route would then turn south […]

County Doesn’t Press Charges Against Grant, But to Investigate East Greenwich Finances

by Robert Holt MICKLETON — During the East Greenwich Township Committee meeting of Jan. 28, Mayor Dale Archer announced that Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton has found insufficient evidence to file criminal charges against former Township Mayor Fred Grant. The Prosecutor’s Office had been investigating Grant for alleged misallocation of funds. Archer stated that Grant […]

This group of witches is doing a lot of good for East Greenwich community

By Jeff Wolfe Megan Heyer didn’t have any big ideas when she first rowed in the International Dragon Boat Festival on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. But the East Greenwich resident is now the leader of a large group of local women who not only participate in the race, but have turned their fun into […]

New Multi-Media Learning Space at GCLS Coming This Summer

MULLICA HILL — The Gloucester County Library System has received an award of $12,500 to fund the creation of a “Makerspace” at the Mullica Hill Branch. The MakerStudio@GCLS will be a collaborative learning space that will offer exposure to new technologies and provide library users a chance to bring their creative ideas to life. The MakerStudio@GCLS […]


CLARKSBORO — Zion Community Church, will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. at their church located at 242 Kings Highway in Clarksboro. Dinner includes meatballs, bread, salad, beverage and dessert. Please join us in the Fellowship Hall for this Church Outreach Fundraiser. The cost is $8 per […]


CLAYTON – The 2014 Gloucester County Pageant is accepting application from girls age 4-16 that are county residents. Contestants will be judged on interview, modeling a dress or gown, casual wear, and talent. Talent is optional for age 4-6. Winners will be crowned Tiny Miss age 4-6, Little Miss age 7-9, Pre-teen Miss age 10-12, […]