• Statement from Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger
    On behalf of the entire Board of Chosen Freeholders I want to assure each and every resident that hate of any type will not be tolerated or accepted in Gloucester County.
  • Resurfacing project in Washington Township will begin this Friday night
    News Image(Washington Twp. NJ) – Freeholder Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Heather Simmons announced that Gloucester County will be resurfacing Ganttown Road / Chapel Heights Road (CR 639) from Egg Harbor Road (CR 630) to Thies Road in Washington Township this Friday night, Aug. 18, 2017.
  • Guided tours of the Garden@GCLS available
    News Image(Mullica Hill, NJ) – Freeholder Lyman Barnes, Liaison to the Gloucester County Library System (GCLS) invited residents to tour the Garden@GCLS in Mullica Hill, a 600 square foot plot of land that was converted from an unproductive stretch of lawn to a luscious garden teeming with pollinators. The area consists of five 4'x 8' raised beds
  • Investors Bank Scholarships presented
    News Image(Woodbury, NJ) – Freeholder Heather Simmons, President of the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC), presented $500 scholarships to Gianna Prudente and Nadja Hayes who were the 2017 Gloucester County recipients of the Investors Bank Scholarship Program.       
  • Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office Nabs #6 off of Sheriff Morina’s Top 10 Most Wanted list
    News Image(Woodbury, NJ) – Gloucester County Sheriff Carmel Morina announced today that Donald Getsinger, of Blackwood, #6 on the Sheriff's Top Ten Most Wanted List, was located and arrested on Friday. The Sheriff’s Fugitive Unit arrested Getsinger at Cooper Medical in Washington Township. He was wanted for Violation of probation, and his original charge was assault by auto. He was taken into custody and lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility.
  • County Kicks off ‘Shop, Dine, Go Local’ 2017 Campaign
    News ImageGloucester County Freeholders, Chamber of Commerce members and a local business owner joined at The Harrison House Diner today to announce the county's 2017 Shop, Dine, Go Local campaign that is designed to encourage spending money within the local community to help the county thrive.