Camden, NJ Agrees to Pay $3.5 Million to 87 Plaintiffs Over Wrongful Arrest ClaimsAn out-of-court settlement has been reached with plaintiffs suing the City of Camden over the actions of a band of corrupt former cops.
NJ Judge Says No Camden Vote Necessary to Regionalize The Police DepartmentThe "show cause" hearing before Judge Daustino Fernandez-Vina pitted opponents of the regionalized police force against those in favor of it, including Camden mayor Dana Redd.
Camden, NJ Opens Applications For 250 Summer JobsA variety of positions are available, with pay ranges between $7.25 and $15.00 an hour.
Camden Police Officer Convicted of Corruption, Another AcquittedRobert Bayard was cleared, but Antonio Figueroa was convicted on three of the five counts against him.
Camden, NJ Heralds Coming of Replacement Street LightingFour blocks of State Street in North Camden and several blocks along Park Boulevard in the Parkside neighborhood are getting about 50 new streetlamps, to replace those vandalized in recent years.
Camden, NJ Agrees To Return $290,000 in Unused Funds To FedsThe federal Department of Housing and Urban Development wants the financially strapped city of Camden, NJ to fork over hundreds of thousands of dollars for long-term projects that were never completed, and the city says it will comply.