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Pastor And Renown Community Activist Msgr. Michael Doyle To Retire After 46 Years In Camden

Longtime pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in South Camden and vocal advocate of social justice Monsignor Michael J. Doyle will retire effective July 15.

Travel Time: The Poconos Are Back In Business

With summer 2020 now upon us, the four-county region that makes up the Poconos is reopening, with a focus on safety. This means that all is not lost for those seeking a little R&R in the mountains.

Understanding The Warning Signs And Causes Of Alcohol Use Disorder

With stay-at-home orders currently in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are sitting home bored, and some are overindulging on food and alcohol.

Cumberland County Receives Addiction Recovery Grant

The New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (“DMHAS”) has awarded a grant to develop a regional Community Peer Recovery Center (“CPRC”), Cumberland County Department of Human Services announced recently.

Gloucester County To Cover Three Months Of Loans For Local Small Businesses

Local small businesses who have borrowed in the County’s Small Business Revolving Loan Fund will have the next three months of principle and interest covered through the Gloucester County COVID-19 Recovery Program (GCCRP), which will allow businesses to offset some of these extraordinary costs and bring employees back, according to the county.

Atlantic County Animal Shelter Finds Surprising Pandemic Benefit

A total of 81 cats and 91 dogs have been adopted during this time, in addition to 282 cats and 106 dogs that have been transferred to rescue agencies, according to the county.