• DREAM Park announces March events
    News Image(Logan Township, NJ) – Residents are invited to The Gloucester County DREAM Park to watch shows they will be hosting throughout March. With the last of the dog shows winding down for the season, the DREAM Park is excited for Horse show season to start picking back up as the weather warms up.
  • Applications for free adoptions due Friday, Feb. 23
    (Clayton, NJ) – The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders reminds residents that in order to participate in the free adoption event being held on World Spay/Neuter day (Feb. 27), applications for a free cat or dog from the Gloucester County Animal Shelter must be pre-approved by the end of the day on Friday, Feb. 23.
  • Tri-County Safe Return program hosts open house
    News Image(Washington Twp., NJ) – Freeholder Jim Jefferson attended an open house hosted by the Volunteers of America to highlight their Tri-County Safe Return Program. The program is an initiative that provides employment, housing, substance abuse counseling, and other assistance to individuals returning to Atlantic City, City of Trenton, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties from incarceration and is not under any criminal justice supervision.
  • Freeholder speaks at board meeting of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia
    News Image(Philadelphia, PA) - Freeholder Heather Simmons, liaison to the Department of Economic Development, attended the board meeting of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia at Hyatt at the Bellevue in Philadelphia on Feb. 15.
  • Kennedy Health and Wellness hosts ribbon cutting ceremony
    News Image(Mullica Hill, NJ) - Gloucester County welcomed Kennedy Health and Wellness, formerly known as Future Fitness in Mullica Hill, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Feb. 15.
  • National Stop the Bleed day on March 31
    News Image(Clayton, NJ) -- Gloucester County Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Deputy Director Giuseppe (Joe) Chila announced today that the Gloucester County Emergency Medical Service (GCEMS) will be hosting a free course to promote National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31.