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GLOUCESTER COUNTY NEWS

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New Inspira Mullica Hill Hospital Receives First Patients

Inspira Health Network officially opened its doors at its brand-new, state-of-the-art Inspira Medical Center Mullica Hill as about 60 patients were transferred from Inspira’s Woodbury campus on December 15.

Gray Fox Animal Hospital Donates Bullet Proof Vest For K-9

Gray Fox Animal Hospital, which is led by the husband and wife team of Drs. Lee and Bernadette Spector, presented K-9 unit members Tim Mitchell and Canine Officer Recon of the Woodbury City Police Department a K-9 bullet proof vest recently.

Annual Holiday Feast For Seniors Draws Thousands

The Gloucester County Division of Senior Services hosted its annual Holiday Feast at Auletto Caterers, providing over 2,000 area seniors with the opportunity to welcome the holiday season together.

What’s Good – ‘Rowan University Prayer Walk’

Video and reporting by: Isaiah Showell https://youtu.be/RWdXpj0Wge4 GLASSBORO, N.J. -- According to Rowan University's...

What’s Good – ‘Fruiggie Juice Anniversary’

Fruiggie Juice and Bowls recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of their Turnersville store, where they serve healthy smoothies and prepared bowls made from fresh fruit and vegetables to their customers.

Animal Shelter Sets Deadline For Holiday Animal Adoptions

For families looking to adopt from the Gloucester County Animal Shelter this holiday season will have until Friday, December 20, which will be the last day of release for animals. According to the animal shelter, the time cutoff is due to newly adopted animals requiring time to become acclimated to their new home before the rush of the holiday. The animal shelter will resume the release of animals again on Wednesday, December 26 at noon.

New Solid Waste Disposal Contract Yields Long-Term Savings for Gloucester County

Gloucester County has re-procured a ten-year contract for trash disposal rates saving taxpayers at least $24 million over the next ten years.

South Jersey Singer-Songwriter Series: Dawn Hiatt — Melodic Ideas In Indie Folk

Dawn Hiatt’s music can at times sound eclectic, most with an indie folk and alternative country foundation, but every now and then a funky bassline finds its way in along with an occasional smattering of vibes and strings. She says finds it hard to pin down exactly what other musical artists have had an impact on her work. She says any influence is quite broad.

South Jersey Singer-Songwriter Series: Jason Ager — “Funky, Nerd-Folk”

It doesn’t take a Ph.D. in German Language and Literature to write clever, wry, and observant songs with titles such as “Google Jawn,” “Tony From Tycony,” “Fake News,” and his holiday offering, “Santapause,” but in singer-songwriter Jason Ager’s case, it can’t hurt.

Local Author Creates New Worlds With Inspiration From Her Real One

Author Christa Conklin's new young adult novel, Tranquility, explores real world issues in new world places.