This week Hadas takes a look at a new Mexican restaurant in King of Prussia, a beer-and-bacon festival in Old City, and some help coming to a Camden organization that feeds the hungry.
The governor noted that crime is down a lot since the new Camden County Police Metro Division took over patrols, and there are two major economic development projects in the works.
What the Camden Sohisticated Sisters drill team didn’t know: there was a $10,000 donation provided by Queen Latifah. The segment airs today at 3pm on CBS-3.
The number of juvenile missing persons cases is on the rise in Camden, jumping more than 20-percent in the past year.
A car crashed into a fire truck then a New Jersey Transit Bus in Camden Saturday night.
Alexander Pagan was awakened from a sound sleep by Camden County sheriff’s deputies and promptly placed in handcuffs.
Sixty students who play string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments spent two intense weeks studying with professional musicians from Camden’s “Symphony in C.”
Federal prosecutors say a former police officer who worked at a southern New Jersey college has admitted selling prescription painkillers to an undercover federal agent.
DRPA board member Eugene DePasquale, the Pennsylvania auditor general, attended the two-hour session by phone. He thinks the lack of public notice was a mistake.
An inch of rain puts Von Nieda Park, in Cramer Hill, underwater for days. Nearby streets and homes are also inundated.
Camden County spokesman Dan Keashen says 45 homeless people have been moved to shelters and to addiction treatment.
A Camden man has received a lengthy state prison term for a string of rapes in southern New Jersey.
A man who stole a police car a during a two-state chase will have to serve more time in prison.
Standing in the Camden High School gym, surrounded by banners that showcased the school’s athletic achievements, the governor announced the state’s formal partnership with the Center for Family Services’ “Promise Neighborhoods” program.
DRPA board vice chair Jeffrey Nash suggests the agency can now afford to restore the discounts after tightening its belt elsewhere.