Camden County Freeholders

(Photo by John McDevitt)

Event in Camden County Offers Opportunities and Image Tips for Job Seekers

Thousands showed up today at a job fair at the Collingswood Ballroom, hosted by the Camden County Freeholders.

KYW Newsradio 1060–04/22/2015

(File photo by KYW's John Ostapkovich)

Camden County Musters Some Work-Release Prisoners To Shovel Sidewalks of Eldery and Infirm

“They are all nonviolent, which I really want to stress,” notes county freeholder Michelle Gentek, who oversees the program.

KYW Newsradio 1060–03/05/2015

(Artist's rendering of the townhouses planned for the redevelopment site.  Image provided)

30 Acres Along White Horse Pike Getting Townhomes, Shopping

Developer Michael Fink says the townhouses will start at $170,000.


(John Sheridan, in file photo.  Credit: Cooper Health)

Preliminary Findings Pending on Fire Death of Cooper Health CEO and Wife

A spokesman for the Somerset County prosecutor’s office says they’ll have more to share when the state medical examiner releases preliminary findings on the deaths, expected Tuesday.


(Snow created problems for drivers on February 3, 2014 in Camden, NJ.  Photo by Tony Hanson)

South Jersey Struggling With Another Round of Snow Preparations

South Jersey is preparing as well as it can for whatever Mother Nature has in store, with a nor’easter on the way.


(Location of proposed outlet mall in Gloucester Township, NJ.  US Census Bureau map)

New Outlet Mall Planned For Gloucester Township, NJ

Plans for the Gloucester Premium Outlets call for 90 designer and name-brand stores. It would be built on vacant land near the Black Horse Pike and Route 42.


(The clubhouse of Woodcrest Country Club, in file photo.)

Camden County Freeholders To Bid On Bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club

Woodcrest Country Club once admitted members only, but it could become public land. Camden County plans to bid on the property in a bankruptcy auction on May 20th.


(File photo)

Police Chiefs In Camden County Pull Back From Countywide Consolidation Plan

The chiefs are worried that the county is moving too quickly towards consolidation and that their input isn’t being considered.


(A portion of the Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University will make way for a new public library branch in the same building.  Photo by Karin Phillips)

Rutgers Library in Camden Makes Room For A Public Library Branch Within

Camden, NJ has a new library opening this fall on the campus of Rutgers University, thanks to a unique partnership.


(Cherry Hill mayor Bernie Platt.  File photo)

Cherry Hill Mayor Bernie Platt Won’t Run For Re-election

At age 77, Cherry Hill mayor Bernie Platt wanted to run for another term, but decided not to after consulting with his family.