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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.
Camden County Cops And Drug Abuse Advocates Hit Streets Of Camden With A MessageDon't be afraid to help someone overdosing on drugs. Just call 9-1-1.
Could Police Body Cameras Have Unintended Consequences?In Camden, watch is being kept not just overhead but at ground level.
Camden County Issues 'Code Blue'The Health Officer issued the Code Blue advisory for Camden County effective from 6 p.m. Thursday until 7 a.m. Friday.
Authorities: 17-Year-Old Girl Charged In Shooting Death Of Boy, 13, In CamdenProsecutors are charging a teen with murder in connection with the city of Camden's first homicide of the year -- that of a 13-year-old boy.
CamCo Prison Inmates Shovel Snow For Seniors And The DisabledSo you say you're having a hard time finding someone to dig you out from the blizzard? For the second straight year, seniors and the disabled in Camden County can turn to prison inmates.

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