Crews Working To Get Car Out Of NJ LakeRescue units are at the scene of the Cooper River Lake in Pennsauken where a vehicle is submerged underwater.
Cooper River Open Again, But Dredging Work Is IncompleteDredging work on the Cooper River has been put on hold to allow for rowers and boaters to resume using it.
Camden County Promises Cooper River Dredging To Be Finished On TimeThe dredging operation began last August.
Two Rescued After Car Plunges Into River In South JerseyPolice say two people were trapped inside the car after it drove into the Cooper River early Saturday morning.
Cooper River Dredging To Begin Next JulyThe Cooper River will be dredged beginning next July and that means the rowing community is going to have to look for other venues for 2014.
To Drivers' Relief, Camden's Baird Blvd. Bridge Set To Reopen"It looks like the bridge will be open by the end of this week, or at the latest probably Saturday," says Camden County freeholder Ian Leonard.
Camden's State Street Bridge Will Be Both New and Old When It Reopens Next MonthAfter a year and a half of construction, the State Street Bridge, spanning the Cooper River, is expected to reopen by August 1st, as two bridges.
Cooper River Park Concert Cancelled Due To Tornado WatchCamden County officials have announced that Thursday night’s Cooper River concert has been cancelled.
Water Management Paying Dividends at Cooper River Park in South JerseyWith all the rain we’ve had around here this week, some wonder why there hasn’t been a lot more flooding. The answer, in some cases, is water management.
Annual Walk For Lung Cancer Awareness is Saturday Morning in Pennsauken, NJRegistration is at 9am. The walk starts at 10am, at Jack Curtis Stadium in Pennsauken.
Boil Water Alert Canceled For Camden Neighborhoods West Of Cooper RiverAn advisory issued earlier in the week for all Camden neighborhoods west of the Cooper River to boil their water before usage has been rescinded.
Camden Water Emergency Throws Rutgers Into TurmoilCamden’s advisory to boil tap water for consumption by residents west of the Cooper River remains in effect, along with a ban on non-essential use, despite improvements in water pressure levels after Thursday's dangerous drop.