Camden, NJ Seeking Teens And Adults To Help Run Its Summer Recreational ProgramsCamden Mayor Dana Redd is actively seeking teenagers and adults to fill positions in food service, and as site aides, supervisors and life guards.
President, CEO Of Cooper Health And Wife Killed In House Fire Cooper University Health System has announced the death of president and CEO John Sheridan and his wife, Joyce, Sunday.
Firm To Get $260M In Aid To Build Plant In CamdenNew Jersey officials on Thursday approved tax incentives worth $260 million over 10 years for a company to bring 395 jobs — many of them in manufacturing — to Camden
Business Curfew Set To Take Effect In CamdenCamden’s controversial business curfew law -- on the books for more than a year -- will start being enforced in mid-September.
Camden Officers' Jobs Threatened By New County-Run Police ForceWith a little help from police throughout the state, cops in Camden are fighting to keep their jobs while city and county officials work toward implementing a county-wide department that would force more than half of Camden’s police out of a job.
Camden Mayor's Decision To Dismantle City's Police Force Stirs Up ControversyCamden is known as one of the most dangerous cities in America. This year is on track to be one of the worst with the city recording 39 homicides so far, which surpasses the statistic from this time last year.
In The Wake Of Violence, NJ State Police Deployed To Assist In CamdenNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has announced plans to send state troopers into Camden to help suppress a growing murder rate.
Mayor Redd Announces Safe, Fun-Filled Family Activities For The Halloween WeekendMayor Dana L. Redd of Camden announced on Friday a host of wonderful family-oriented activities that will take place on Halloween. The events are meant to make sure children in Camden are able to enjoy a fun and safe Halloween this year.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd Urges Residents To Stay Home This WeekendIn preparation of Hurricane Irene, Mayor Dana Redd and emergency management crews on Thursday urged residents to stay home this weekend and refrain from making any unnecessary traveling arrangements in preparation of Hurricane Irene.
Anti-Truancy Program At Camden HS Pays Students For Not Skipping ClassIt's called ICE-T, which stands for "I Can End Truancy," and it's being funded by a state grant. If students attend most of the classes, they will receive $100 on September 30th.
New Director Named For Camden, NJ's Police DepartmentCamden police chief J. Scott Thomson has been doing double-duty for the past year, handling the police operations and making decisions on personnel and finance matters. Now, retired state police major Lanuel Ferguson will be the civilian director of police.
Camden, NJ Braces For Worse Times After Gov. Christie Slashes Urban AidLast week’s budget cuts from Trenton could leave financially distressed urban areas like Camden in serious trouble.