The donation will allow for the construction of Rowan University's new osteopathic medicine facility, which will be located at RCSJ's Gloucester County campus and provide spaces for student instruction and medical care for community members.
Cape May County will utilize $552,513 in grant money from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC)-Enhancing Detection to expand testing capabilities for COVID-19 over six months.
Operation Take Back, a program that provides Gloucester County residents an opportunity to safely dispose of prescription drugs in an effort to prevent substance abuse and overdose, will take place on Saturday, October 24, at the Deptford Township Municipal Building, 1101 Cooper Street, Deptford from 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many warnings regarding the safety of Trick-or-Treating this Halloween. While we all need to be mindful to protect ourselves and our neighbors from the spread of COVID-19, we also need to understand that the loss of a holiday can amplify the feelings of isolation, anxiety, helplessness, and depression that are already being experienced because of the pandemic.
Long gone are the days of students carrying heavy textbooks and roaming the hallways, and in are the days of Zoom meetings in pajamas. Since online classes have begun at Gateway Regional High School, both students and teachers have had to adapt to the world of virtual learning.
"Michelle's Law," named in memory of 38-year-old Hopewell Township resident Michelle Devita, would make it mandatory for private health insurers to cover the cost of mammograms for patients of all ages.
Science kits, art kits, introduction to Kindergarten kits, all were developed and packaged up for delivery. These have been unique offerings we were able to provide our students to offer a hands-on specialized learning experience.
Proper masking guidelines have proven essential to our safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finding the right fit, however, can be challenging. Here are some tips to make the process easier – and effective.
Renters are at risk of losing their homes or facing an eviction threat due to lost employment or income caused by the COVID-19 pandemic can take advantage of a program launched by the Camden County Freeholder Board.
The Cumberland County Women's Suffrage Centennial March and Rally will begin at 2 p.m. on Monday, September 28 at the Bridgeton Zoo and end at the Pavilion in Morningside Park approximately 45 minutes later.
While many people are understandably hesitant to travel far during the COVID-19 pandemic, for sun-seekers, there are destinations available with a focus on keeping travelers safe, while offering a hearty dose of fun.
The Camden County Library System is beginning to reopen to the public, starting with limited services and hours at their larger branches. This week marked the first time indoor, in-person services have been available to library patrons since our facilities were ordered to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic in March.
“The support of these well-named CARES grants has been nothing short of critical. We have to show people that the work we do is valued by others who have a bigger stake in its survival even than we do."
The Route 54/40 Community Shuttle is a free and convenient mode of transport that connects Atlantic County residents with job opportunities and essential services. It serves the community by giving transit-dependent individuals and families access to their weekly and daily needs.
With COVID-19 infections on the rise among teenagers and young adults, the Camden County Freeholder Board has unveiled a new public health campaign today urging younger residents to “protect your circle.”