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GLOUCESTER COUNTY NEWS

LATEST NEWS

BoroBucks Program Offers Stimulus Aide For Local Businesses

Officials have announced a Gift Card Stimulus Program in order to invest in local small businesses severely impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Social Media Campaign #Seniors4Seniors2020 Connects Generations

Residents of the Jefferson Health Care Center -- a long-term care facility in Gloucester County -- are showing support to the graduating Class of 2020 by launching a social media campaign called #Seniors4Seniors2020 to send congratulations to area graduates whose final semester of school was disrupted by COVID-19.

Best Of Gloucester County Voting Deadline Extended

Gloucester County residents have received a little more time to show just how much they appreciate their favorite local businesses with the voting deadline extended.

GloCo Division of Disability Services Offers Online Resources For Those In Recovery

The Gloucester County Division of Human and Disability Services are launching the Recovery Library, an online destination for people navigating their own recovery and people supporting others in their recovery journey.

Rowan University Online Student Film Festival Running From May 8 – 10

While COVID-19 has had a negative effect on the academic year as well as the film and television industry, students in Rowan University documentary film classes have managed to produce several works.

ExxonMobile Donates Hundreds Of Gallons Of Sanitizer For Local Use

ExxonMobil has donated 480 gallons of medical grade sanitizer to Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management and Rowan University recently.

Gloucester County Parks And Rec Launches Online Programs For Kids

The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Department of Parks and Recreation have launched Nature Tots and History Tots online lesson plans, the county announced recently.

Local Food Banks And Pantries In Need Of Donations

As a result of current food shortages, food banks and pantries are struggling to keep their shelves stocked due to the increase in demand for food. The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders wants to encourage our residents to donate to pantries across the county.

Gloucester County Offers Residents Online Dashboard To Search For Updates On Local Businesses

The Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders in collaboration with the Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management and Department of Economic Development have launched Gloucester County is Open for Business.

What’s Good – Kings Things

Now Kings Things is relying on donations to continue their mission of helping the needy. Some people have been kind enough to use Amazon to ship food to them so they can hand it out -- and one seven-year-old boy used his birthday to raise over $1,000 for the Kings Things food pantry.