Can Youths In Camden 'Hackathon' Help Struggling City Help Itself?Can computer coding help turn this impoverished city around? One nonprofit group thinks so.
Camden Waterfront Targeted For Billion Dollar MakeoverConstruction is expected to begin about this time next year, once permits are approved and the project gets the green light from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. The work is scheduled to take some three years to complete.
Protesters In Camden Against State Control Of Public School District And Expansion Of Renaissance SchoolsCamden parents and activists joined their counterparts from Newark to confront policymakers in downtown Camden who support school choice.
Sales Of Camden Waterfront Parking For Papal Visit Off To Sluggish StartCamden officials announced that 8,500 parking spaces formerly reserved for tour buses were available for the private cars of papal pilgrims at $44 apiece. So far, 200 of them have sold.
Camden To Sell Parking Spaces Along Waterfront During Papal VisitThe city is selling parking spaces along the waterfront for $43.78.
Advocate For Homeless Accused Of Running Camden Drug MarketA man well known in Camden for working with the city's homeless population has been arrested and charged with running a drug market that sold heroin and crack cocaine.
Camden Native Hopes For Chance To Be Sign Language Interpreter For Pope's VisitA Camden-native is preparing for the likelihood that he will be one of a small group that will interpret the words of the Holy Father to the deaf and hearing impaired.
Camden Neighborhood Cleanup Designed To Drive Out LowlifesPolice and other city agencies joined forces to clean up a neighborhood that has become a magnet for criminal activity.
Sixers Host Three Day Basketball Clinic In CamdenThe Kroc Community Center will play host to some 300 kids a day ages 10 to 14.
Police Searching For Suspect Who Killed Twins In CamdenThe Camden County Prosecutor and Camden Police are asking for the public's help in tracking down the killer of Markice and Maurice Harper.
Hundreds Of Kids In Camden Take Part In Water Safety ProgramA water safety program in Camden is helping more than 200 kids stay stay afloat this summer.
Federal Government Invests $1.9M In Job Training Program For Youth In CamdenUnited States Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez stopped through Camden, New Jersey on Thursday to tour a job training facility that works with youth in low-income communities.