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The Benjamin Franklin Bridge, which carries PATCO trains over the Delaware River.  (Credit: Syma Chowdhry)

DRPA May Bring Back EZ Pass Commuter Discounts

DRPA board vice chair Jeffrey Nash suggests the agency can now afford to restore the discounts after tightening its belt elsewhere.

06/05/2014

(Gov. Chris Christie speaks outside Camden City Hall as a new class of police academy graduates prepares to join the county-run force.  Photo by Steve Tawa)

Gov. Christie Visits Camden To Celebrate Remade Police Department

The governor noted it’s been 13 months since the city and county took a bold step to, in his words, “repair and expand a broken system of law enforcement in a city that deserves better.”

06/03/2014

(Photo by David Madden)

To Delight of North Camden Neighbors, Pyne Poynt Park Gets An Overhaul

Over the years, this 15-acre park declined into a haven for drug dealing. Not anymore.

05/29/2014

file photo of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge (Getty Images)

Rough Summer Ahead For Commuters Between Philadelphia And New Jersey

Starting next week, the pain of the ongoing PATCO track rehab project will spread to drivers who use the Ben Franklin Bridge.

05/27/2014

A Camden County police car.  (credit: Mike DeNardo)

Police ID Victim In Fatal Camden Hit-And-Run

A hit-and-run in Camden left one man dead on Memorial Day,

05/26/2014

The Benjamin Franklin Bridge, which carries PATCO trains over the Delaware River.  (Credit: Syma Chowdhry)

Commuters Between Philadelphia And New Jersey Face Rough Summer

Commuters between southern New Jersey and Philadelphia are in for a rough summer this year.

05/25/2014

(A DRPA board meeting.  Photo by Mike DeNardo)

DRPA Takes Up, Gingerly, Thoughts of Having Septa Run Patco Line

The idea of Septa running Patco is a concept that’s closer to the “floating the idea” stage than anything definitive.

05/22/2014

(Judge Stuart Rabner, center, thanks Gov. Christie, left, and state senate president Steve Sweeney, right, for his reappointment nomination.  Image from State of NJ TV)

Ending Impasse, Gov. Christie Tightens Imprint on NJ Supreme Court

New Jersey governor Chris Christie has renominated state Supreme Court chief justice Stuart Rabner, and has nominated a Camden County judge to fill a vacancy on the high court.

05/21/2014

(Credit:  Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Camden Diocese Consolidating More Churches

The latest mergers, which take effect June 30, involve several churches in Camden County.

05/10/2014

Susan Rose, right, president of the Lauren Rose Albert Foundation, gives a gift bag to Ginelli for her mother, who is standing behind her.   Photo by John McDevitt)

South Jersey Organization Marks 14th Year of Support For Mothers

At Cooper Hospital in Camden, a local organization distributed gift bags for Mother’s Day.

05/09/2014

(US attorney Paul Fishman speaks to reporters in Camden, NJ.  Photo by David Madden)

Alleged South Jersey Drug Ring Smashed; More Suspects Sought

According to authorities, two gangs teamed up to turn several blocks of Sheridan Street in Camden into an open-air drug market, specializing in crack cocaine and heroin.

05/07/2014

(File photo. Credit: Thinkstock)

NJ Inmate Sentenced For Attacking Guard Over Haircut

A South New Jersey jail inmate who attacked a corrections officer who wouldn’t let him get a haircut has been sentenced to three years in prison.

05/03/2014

A "tent city" in Camden, New Jersey. (Credit: Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Homeless People In Camden Tent City Wonder If ‘Spring Cleaning’ Includes Them

Debate has begun, again, on how to handle residents of a homeless tent city in Camden.

04/11/2014

(Jonathan Jernigan, right, and his sous chefs at Cathedral Kitchen dance for the cameras.  Photo by Tim Jimenez)

Amateur Artistes at Camden Nonprofits Contribute to a Promotional Video For Their City

A few dozen people were the stars of the video. One was Jonathan Jernigan, Cathedral Kitchen’s executive chef and culinary instructor.

04/03/2014

Student Thomas O'Donnell (left) and Coriell CEO Michael Christman (right) at the science fair organized by the Coriell Institute for medical research. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)

Brilliant Young Minds Compete In NJ Science Fair

More than 250 students in grades 6 to 12 from several New Jersey counties competed in a science fair Saturday.

03/22/2014

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