The Gloucester County Wetlands Board approved two shoreline improvement applications following public hearings Sept. 8 in the colonial courthouse.
The Gloucester County Board of Zoning Appeals will hold two public hearings beginning at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the colonial courthouse.
Marvin Crane will be honored as grand marshal of the Guinea Jubilee this weekend.
The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors and the Gloucester County School Board will discuss lump sum vs. categorical funding of the school system during a joint work session Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Gloucester Main Library Community Room.
Two candidates for county supervisors’ seats in November 2011 announced they were going to run during the Gloucester County Republican Committee meeting last Thursday evening in the colonial courthouse.
Gloucester County is establishing an Urban Development Area Steering Committee to work with county staff and consultants to oversee the planning process to designate and plan for an Urban Development Area (UDA) for the Gloucester Point area.
Diane M. Rebertus, Gloucester’s new director of library services, wants the library to become more of a “community place.”
Michael A. Early, 20, of Gloucester, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Tuesday for involuntary vehicular manslaughter.
The Gloucester Sheriff’s Office is investigating the apparent murder/suicide of a husband and wife.
The Gloucester County School Board will get its chance to sit down with the board of supervisors before the governing body makes a decision on whether to change the school division’s funding method.
After lengthy discussion following a public hearing Thursday night, the Gloucester County Planning Commission tabled action until October on proposed changes to sign regulations in the zoning ordinance.
Annual unveiling festivities for the 31st Guinea Jubilee will take place Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m., at the Abingdon Ruritan Club, Bena.
Attorneys for four of the 12 individuals subpoenaed in million dollar lawsuits against Gloucester Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert D. “Bob” Hicks, have filed a motion to quash the latest attempts by plaintiffs’ lawyers to produce images of their computer hard drives.