Camden's Field Of Dreams Withers, But Construction BloomsA baseball stadium that was once hailed as a sign of the bright future of the waterfront in the poverty-stricken city of Camden now sits mostly empty, but hundreds of millions in redevelopment projects are rising up around it.
Loans Forgiven While Camden Hopes For Baseball's ReturnA baseball stadium that was a linchpin to the redevelopment of the Camden waterfront will sit mostly empty this season after the Riversharks folded, leaving the public on the hook for millions more of the cost to build it.
Camden County Government Buying Cash-Strapped Campbell's FieldThe Camden Riversharks were being sued because the team owed more than $4-million in back rent, but the bank backed off this week and approved a deal to sell the ballpark to the county.
Thousands Take Part In Annual "Run The Bridge" EventIt's one of the largest 10k races in the tri-state area and it's all for a good cause.
2 Women Hospitalized After Shooting Near Delaware Riverfront In CamdenOfficials say two women have been hospitalized after a shooting near the Delaware River waterfront.
Community Garden At Camden Riversharks' Stadium Will Be Tended By Local TeensA new community garden just outside Campbell's Field will help teach some Camden, NJ teens about community service and entrepreneurship.
College Baseball: La Salle Closer Pat Christensen Dominating A-10The La Salle University baseball team is in a dogfight for one of the six spots in this year's Atlantic-10 Tournament, and one big reason for their success has been sophomore closer Pat Christensen.
Camden Riversharks Team Looking For New Owner-PartnersThe owners of minor league baseball's Camden Riversharks are looking to bring on local partners to help run the team.