Gloucester County

“Gloucester county is located in southwest New Jersey. Gloucester county has 322.00 square miles of land area and 15.17 square miles of water area. As of 2010, the total Gloucester county population is 288,288, which has grown 13.20% since 2000.” USA.com

Glassboro High School sophomore Jade Wesley owned the stage this October when she won the 12th annual Glassboro Idol competition. Sophomore Bethel Bichay came in second, with senior Kody Johnson placing third. Other contestants included seniors Katherine Amrhein and Henry Ottenthal, junior Hannah O’Brien, sophomore …

Washington Township High School forensic science students have scaled-back their analysis of crime scenes — literally, by creating crime scenes in a box. Students have spent the last several months conceiving, sketching and crafting shoe-boxed sized crime scenes that will be analyzed and potentially solved …

A Harrison Township Police Officer was injured in a motor vehicle crash on Thursday night after another vehicle collided with a deer, Harrison Township police said. On Thursday, around 6:50 p.m., Harrison Township Police officer Kenneth Rodger was heading eastbound on Mullica Hill Road in …

WOODBURY — Authorities have announced an arrest in the September killing of a Camden woman who was housesitting in Woodbury. Shawneeq M. Carter, 26, died of blunt force trauma and suffered what appeared to be knife wounds, investigators said. Shawneeq M. Carter The Gloucester County …

Glassboro High School crowned senior Givonna Boggans as its 2017 Homecoming Queen on Oct. 28. Givonna’s father, Gregory Boggans, escorted her on Homecoming Day. She rode in the Homecoming Parade in a 2000 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Ken Amrhein. Givonna serves as the class publicist …

Glassboro High School will perform “Dorothy Meets Alice or the Wizard of Wonderland” on Nov. 17 and 18 at Glassboro High School. In this delightful show, the characters from “Alice in Wonderland” and “The Wizard of Oz” collide in the Tulgey Woods after a young …

Glassboro families of teacher Lori Kaszupski’s kindergarteners recently gathered at J. Harvey Rodgers this October for fall fun. Students and their families decorated wooden scarecrow cutouts with paint and leaves. The final products made great puppets as well as decorations. A fall bingo table came …

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