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It's not often a recent high school graduate like Denota-Hoffman, a Deptford resident who earned her diploma from Gloucester County Institute of Technology last month, looks forward to a day full of unpaid manual labor in the middle of the summer, but it's also not often students have access to the School-Based Youth Services Program which brought ... (more)
The crash occurred at 12:47 p.m. According to the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office, the 82-year-old driver of a Nissan Maxima was making an illegal U-turn on Delsea Drive when he collided with a Deptford municipal dump truck that had been driving behind him.
Gloucester County Institute of Technology junior Anthony Neithamer, 16, of Logan Township, right, looks over at classmate Tommy McMonagle, 16, of Swedesboro, as he carries bags to the boxing area volunteering at the Food Bank of South Jersey in Pennsauken as part of GCIT's School Based Youth Services program, Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
Children in Washington Township might have a new resource for emotional and intellectual development as a steering committee looks into bringing a new Boys & Girls Club to the township.
Rene Ostek from the Stardust Ballroom dance with "Dancing with the Gloucester County Stars" contestant CarolAnn Jeronimo of Swedesboro during the first round of competition at Auletto's Ballroom in Deptford, Tuesday, July 29, 2014.
The New Jersey State Board of Agriculture installed three new members on July 23 during its reorganization meeting held in Ewing - Steven B. Wagner of Franklinville representing the horticulture industry, Mitchell Jones of Harmony Township, representing the hay and grain industry, and Roger Kumpel of Southampton, filling an unexpired term.
Failures at every level, from both Conrail and first responders, contributed to a dangerous situation during the Paulsboro train derailment and chemical spill in 2012, but the probable cause of the accident was a train being allowed to proceed past a red signal that morning, the National Transportation Safety Board determined Tuesday.
Imagine if they built a $2.5 billion mega-casino in a gambling resort that was rapidly losing players year after year, and opened it just as the decline grew steeper.
Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno at the Quick Chek NJ Festival of Ballooning on Friday, July 25, 2014.
WESTVILLE - The borough has filed a lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia , seeking more than $140,000 for damages to a fire boat it says the city caused during a blaze off the Delaware River in 2010.
VINELAND - City police pursued a suspected drunk driver who fled an accident scene on July 25, according to reports, only to find that the driver had her 10-year-old son was in the car with her at the time.
Authorities last week arrested three people who failed to show for drug court - a rehabilitation program to which they'd been admitted after pleading guilty to crimes including robbery, burglary and theft.
The Gloucester County 4-H Fair came to a close Sunday afternoon with its trademark combination of animal shows, competitions and exhibits.
Salem Police Department Special Officer Sharron Vanaman walks through the crosswalk on Market Street as a car yields to her during a pedestrian safety crossing detail.
Authorities identify two women killed in Stafford crash Two women were killed and six others injured - including four children - in the crash.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 07:52 am
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