Big Homeless Enclave In Camden, NJ Is Evacuated, Then LeveledCamden County spokesman Dan Keashen says 45 homeless people have been moved to shelters and to addiction treatment.
Admiral Wilson Boulevard Reopens Following CrashThe crash was reported around 5:30 p.m. at Admiral Wilson Boulevard and Airport Circle.
Driver Strikes Pedestrian, Is Then Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In PennsaukenTwo people were hit by cars in Pennsauken Sunday. One of them died, and police are looking for the driver who drove away.
Super-Strong Heroin Causing Wave of Overdoses in Camden, Police SayCamden County police chief Scott Thomson says there have been 15 overdose calls -- none fatal -- in the last 24 hours.
VIDEO: Two Suspects Rob Gas Station Attendant At Gunpoint In CamdenCamden County Police are on the hunt for two masked men who robbed a gas station on Admiral Wilson Boulevard early Saturday morning.
Site of Future Camden Supermarket Gets City Council BlessingAmid concerns about its location, plans for a new ShopRite supermarket on Admiral Wilson Boulevard are moving ahead.
Demolition Begins on Iconic Sears Retail Store on Admiral Wilson Blvd. in CamdenCampbell's Soup Co. owns the property now, and company spokesman Anthony Sanzio says the building is being razed over the next eight weeks to make way for an office park.
Police Investigate Crash In Camden CountyThe incident occurred around 3:15 p.m. Saturday on Baird and Admiral Wilson Boulevards in Camden, New Jersey.
A Supermarket For Camden, NJ, At Long LastThe planned Shop Rite store, on the Admiral Wilson Boulevard, will be 75,000 square feet and will anchor a retail strip of stores in the East Camden neighborhood that Mayor Dana Redd believes is long overdue.
Overnight Shootings In Camden Under InvestigationPolice are investigating a pair of shootings that happened in Camden overnight.
Former South Jersey Woman Commissions Billboard To Boost Camden, NJ's ImageIt's the work of Jennifer Barton, now a New York public relations agent but still a self-described "Jersey girl" from Moorestown.
Former Sears Store In Camden, New Jersey Loses Its Sign As Demolition NearsPart of a Camden, NJ landmark is gone from view, but it's being saved for a future memorial.