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Thank you to all that came out and supported our monthly Hoagie Sale. See you again
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Our monthly Hoagie is back and coming again this weekend
You can Pre-Order your Hoagies at this link
Please keep in mind that all Pre-orders Must be picked up no later than 11:30 am. Or they will be sold.. Thank You ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight CBS 3 Ukee Washington and his crew came to the 25 House for an Interview with Mario & his Continued fight with Brain tumors ! Tune in to channel 3 on Thursday, June 13 during Alex’s Lemonade Telethon . ... See MoreSee Less
Proud of Station 25. Always there for the Community
Awesome, great photos
TORNADO WATCH JUST ISSUED
Here we go again, the Storm Prediction Center has issued a tornado watch for most of the region until 8pm.
THREATS: Scattered supercells & bowing line segments are possible later this aft./early eve. This may take on more of a linear dimension as things congeal in the early evening. In addition to a tornado, the threats also include 70mph straight line winds and large hail of 1" to as much as 2" (similar to last night. )
TIMING: 3:30pm to 9:30pm from northwest to southeast.
Philadelphia and the I-95 corridor: 6-7pm
FLASH FLOODING: This is concern as dewpoints are into the very muggy upper 60s to low 70s and the atmosphere is primed to dump heavy rain with any t'storm that passes through. A quick 1" to 2" could quickly flood low lying areas, underpasses and flashier creeks and streams. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey Swedesboro Residents. Ever wonder what that rumble is on a quiet summer night? It’s the Bridgeport Speedway and this Saturday they are letting Swedesboro residents in for FREE (with proper I.D) go check it out an watch some exciting dirt track racing! ... See MoreSee Less
Let's hope we miss the bad again!
Just a heads up!! Some possible severe storms moving into our area this evening. If they do arrive and you have an emergency please call 911 and report it. Police, Fire and EMS will be dispatched to your address or location to assist you.Here's the latest outlook on today's severe weather threat from the Storm Prediction Center. We continue to watch for the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado are all possible. Remain weather aware today! Have a way to receive warnings should they be issued! #NJwx #PAwx #DEwx #MDwx ... See MoreSee Less
Bell ringing ceremony for those that have gave their life for our freedom. ... See MoreSee Less
Kathy Slusar Hurff
The house! Miss you guys
The Officers and members would like to congratulate new member and probationary fire fighter TJ Short on his graduation from the fire academy this evening. TJ spent the last 5 months in the Salem County Fire Academy learning the aspects of the fire service and becoming a fire fighter. The next 6 months he will be partnering up with one of the senior members in the department during his probationary period and to take additional training to fine tune his skills learned at the academy. Please give him a warm welcome and congratulations in his new accomplishment in becoming a firemen for the Woolwich Fire Company. Congratulations Firefighter Tj Short, welcome to the 25 House Family. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations TJ !!
Congratulations job well done and now you will be running with one of the best fire departments..
Welcome to a team who is also your extended family. Congratulations and be safe
Congrats TJ - awesome job!
I am so proud of you TJ. Congrats!!
This is awesome! My grandfather was a firefighter for Woolwich.
So proud of you , be safe ! ❤️😘
welcome to the family brother
What a great thing to do! TJ, you are a terrific young man.
TJ, thank you for dedicating your life to public service!
Congratulations Tj Short!!
Way to go buddy
Where to go TJ!! 🎉👏🏻
Congratulation, to your new-bee🇱🇷💙
Hoagie Sale Today was a again a quick sell-out !!!! Thank You to all that came out and supported and to All Members that participated in the Sale ... See MoreSee Less
Hawks Corner Deli, Dawn Ney
Four nights of roadwork coming up in four municipalities
(Woolwich Twp., NJ) – Weather permitting, beginning Monday, May 6 to Thursday, May 9 the Gloucester County Highway Department will be working on four different road construction projects, each projected to take one night of work to complete.
On Monday, May 6, crews will be resurfacing Oldmans Creek Road (CR 602) in Woolwich Township from Auburn Road (CR 551) to the Turnpike Overpass, approximately 0.63 miles.
On Tuesday, May 7 crews will be on Auburn Road (CR 551) in the Borough of Swedesboro from Kings Highway (CR 605) to High Hill Road (CR 662), approximately 0.50 miles.
On Wednesday, May 8, crews will be working to resurface Parkville Station Road (CR 656) in West Deptford Township from State Route 45 to the Turnpike Overpass, approximately 0.61 miles.
On Thursday, May 9, crews will move to their last overnight project of the week, resurfacing Billingsport Road (CR 653) in Greenwich Township from North Delaware Street to the Railroad Overpass, approximately 0.75 miles.
The projects will consist of milling two inches of the existing asphalt and overlaying the roadway with two inches of a new asphalt surface course. Work will begin each night at 7 p.m. and end at 6 a.m. the following morning.
Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, "Working back-to-back on these projects at night gives us a chance to complete them without disrupting traffic flow."
Freeholder Heather Simmons, Liaison to Public Works, said "Repaving these roads allows the county to repair any deterioration while also addressing other issues such as any inlet grates not meeting NJDOT standards, inlet openings not meeting NJ Storm Water Management Guidelines, concrete sidewalk ramps that do not meet ADA standards, and the replacement of traffic striping when needed. We try to keep inconvenience to a minimum."
During construction, the roadways will be detoured but will allow traffic to flow in one direction throughout the length of the project. The detour will be posted by the contractor. Residents will have access to their driveways at all times.
For more information contact the Gloucester County Highway Department at (856) 307-6400.
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At 1742 hours on 04/28/19, Rescue 2518 was dispatched for a MVC at 2200 Oldmans Creek Road with a car that ran off the roadway and into a field. 2500 ( Valichka ) arrived on location and determined no fire services were needed.
As Rescue 2518 was leaving the station for the call Gloucester County Communications informed them of a brush fire in the area of 2015 Rte 322. Crews from 2518 redeployed to Engine 2513 and staged in the area. 2502 ( Slusar ) was in area investigating and was found to be farmer burning trash in field by roadway. The farm help extinguished the fire and Company went available. ... See MoreSee Less