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NJ Residents Killed In Line Of Duty Honored Memorial Day WeekendThe Camden County Freeholder Board hosts their annual ceremony Saturday morning at the Veterans Cemetery to honor Camden County residents.
Attack In Camden County Park Prompts Warning For WomenA warning is being issued for women after a frightening attack that took place in a Camden County park.
David Creato To Stand Trial For Murder Of 3-Year-Old SonA judge in Camden County has ruled that 22-year-old David Creato Jr. should face murder charges in the death of his 3-year-old son.
Camden County Police Help Kids Treat Their Moms To Mr. SofteeCamden County police officers are helping kids treat their moms to ice cream free of charge on Sunday evening to help make their Mother’s Day special.
Shoplifting Crackdown Pays Off In South Jersey TownGloucester Township has a specifically assigned retail theft detective who's been working with store owners to help curb the problem.
Camden County Middle School Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault Of StudentThe Camden County Prosecutor's Office announced that a Gloucester Township teacher has been charged with sexual assault.
Camden County Police Celebrate 'Take Your Child To Work Day'It was take your child to work day at the Camden County Police Department on Thursday, where a first-ever specially organized day was set up for the children of employees.
NJ Police Look For Package BanditPackages have been disappearing from several homes in Camden County.
Volunteers From Sixers And Virtua Clean Up Boys And Girls Club Of Camden CountyAbout 200 Sixers and Virtua employee volunteers gathered for a day of service at the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County.
Camden County Woman Tests Positive For Zika VirusThe New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services says a Camden County woman has tested positive for the Zika virus.
Kindergartner Cops: NJ Officers Help Foster A Love Of ReadingCamden County police are going back to school for a good cause.
Cooper River Open Again, But Dredging Work Is IncompleteDredging work on the Cooper River has been put on hold to allow for rowers and boaters to resume using it.

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