Pair Of Camden County Programs Celebrates Funding From AT&TWhile the kids will benefit the most from the more than $33,000 in funding given by AT&T, the stars of Thursday's show were the water robots children from the Boys and Girls Club built.
Source: Aunt Of Brendan Creato Met With Grand Jury MembersThere are new details in the investigation into the mysterious death of Haddon Township toddler Brendan Creato. A source tells Eyewitness News the boy's aunt met with members of a Camden County grand jury this week.
Camden County Opens Tool LibraryYou've got to live in the county and sign up. Just like a library card.
Newly Expanded Animal Shelter Opens In CamcoThe move means the shelter can house an additional 30 dogs and 50 cats.
Camden County Wants Towns To Pay Up For Luring Their Cops AwayThe Camden County police department is going after a number of municipalities across New Jersey, seeking reimbursements for training officers who leave in short order to take jobs closer to home.
Camden County Drug Program Looks To Go Beyond NarcanCamden County officials have unveiled a new program targeting drug addicts saved from overdoses on the street.
Cleanup Plan For Camden County Superfund SiteA Camden County, New Jersey superfund site is about to get a $14-million cleanup.
Camden County To Stop The Sale Of Puppy Mill DogsFreeholders will vote next week on a plan that puts the onus on pet stores to demonstrate where their puppies and kittens come from.
Rabid Skunk Captured In Camden CountyOfficials say on July 24, the skunk entered the yard and made contact with the family dog.
Four Friends Rescue A Camden County Man Lost In The WoodsChristina Urlich, Christopher Buete, Nicholas Redrow and Brittany Scott volunteered to help find 61-year-old James Wharton after Winslow Twp. Police reported him missing on Tuesday morning.
Camden County's First Case Of West Nile Virus For 2015 ConfirmedOfficials say a 60-year-old Bellmawr resident has been confirmed as Camden County’s first case of West Nile Virus this year.
Camden County Doctor Loses License After Being Deemed An 'Easy Mark' For Drug Seeking PatientsDr. Adam C. Gilliss has had his medical license revoked by the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners.