Rutgers University at Camden County College is the result of this new agreement. Officials with both schools along with CCC alum and State Senator Donald Norcross say this expands opportunities. “Now to think, not only can you do your first two years here but seamlessly transfer right in to Rutgers in Camden,” he said.
Chris discussed the ongoing negotiations to fund Philadelphia’s public schools with a cigarette tax and the decision to bring patients suffering with ebola back to the United States. He also talked to Congressional candidate Garry Cobb at 8:00.
By Dom Giordano PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dom Giordano talked with Garry Cobb, who is running for the Congressional seat in New Jersey’s first district against State Senator Donald Norcross. The former Eagles linebacker stated he […]
Rain this morning forced the commencement exercises indoors at Rowan University, and may have also squelched any planned protests aimed at the guest speaker.
Gov. Chris Christie will deliver the keynote address to Rowan University graduates next month.
Cobb threw his football helmet in the ring for the First District seat that had been Rob Andrews’ since 1990.
Logan Township Mayor Frank Minor is expected to announce his candidacy for the open seat. He’s been in office 11 years and also works as a top official at the Delaware River and Bay Authority.
Representative Rob Andrews (D-NJ), South Jersey’s senior member of Congress, will step down from his position later this month to accept a job at a law firm.
New Jersey Senate Democrats have come up with an alternative to the Christie Administration’s plan to merge Rutgers-Camden with Rowan University.
Students, faculty and members of the Camden community gathered in a lecture hall on the Rutgers campus Tuesday night to discuss the impact of the proposed merger of Rutgers-Camden and Rowan University.
Amid all the debate over the proposed takeover of Rutgers University’s Camden campus by Rowan University comes what could be a serious difference of opinion within one of South Jersey’s most powerful political families.
A pair of South Jersey legislators are preparing to introduce a bill next month, aimed at overhauling ethics laws that would cover everyone from the Governor on down.