Week in Review: Ferocious Fire Leaves Four Homeless
These stories topped the news in Gloucester Township this past week. Make sure you read them all.
Four people are homeless after a fire rips through a home, leaving only the garage and fireplace in tact.
After the Newtown, CT, shootings, Gloucester Township takes an inward look at its own school security.
Two undercover stings lead to drug charges against two Gloucester Township men.
Michelle Wolfson reminds you of her top going green tips from 2012—start off 2013 with a favor or two toward the environment.
Just in time for Christmas, a church breathes new life into a historic township building.
Officers say the woman was wandering door-to-door in a senior citizens complex, raising suspicions.
The man possibly also robbed a Mount Laurel convenience store not long before the Gloucester Township crime.
These are just a few of the many stories Gloucester Township Patch brought you last week. Scroll through our news archives for the full list.
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