Camden officials were celebrating another sign of the city’s revitalization with a ribbon-cutting for a new café run by a local social service agency.
Cathedral Kitchen helps low-income people who are at risk due to a lack of marketable job skills.
Campbell’s chefs and culinary students were designing day-after-Thanksgiving meals at the company’s test kitchens.
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.
Students and Campbell’s employees were wielding shovels and rakes on Tuesday, working side-by-side to plant young trees along the perimeter of the Harry C. Sharp Elementary School in Camden.
A few dozen people were the stars of the video. One was Jonathan Jernigan, Cathedral Kitchen’s executive chef and culinary instructor.
This was Cathedral Kitchen’s tenth — and largest — graduating class.
Gov. Chris Christie said New Jersey’s 15-year-old drug court program will be expanded as part of a plan to ease inmates’ transitions back to broader society and to get help for addicts who are involved in many crimes.