Kennedy Health System president Joe Devine says this is the first phase of a project that will cost $200 million overall.
A La Salle junior is helping her classmates beat the stress of finals week by stretching their bodies and calming their minds.
The new Berenstain Bears book was unveiled Wednesday morning.
This process began about 16 years ago for the Pale family, from the Phillippines.
More than 50 food trucks lined up in Lot K and thousands of people turned out for food and fun in the sun, including Nadine from Mount Royal, New Jersey.
Camden County police chief Scott Thomson said the arrests will help cut overall crime.
Executives and businesspeople gathered today in a conference room at Campbell’s Soup Co. to talk about the steps necessary for revitalizing Camden.
La Salle political science professor Mary Ellen Balchunis feels Hillary Clinton has learned from the mistakes she made during her 2008 run for president.
Officials say the gigantic, 1.2-mile, 25th Street Viaduct is in good shape structurally, but it’s not pretty. There are also concerns about public safety from crumbling concrete.
It happened around 2 p.m. Saturday at the Christy Recreation Center on the 700 block of South 55th Street.
The Camden Riversharks were being sued because the team owed more than $4-million in back rent, but the bank backed off this week and approved a deal to sell the ballpark to the county.
The basement at the Leap Academy building, on Cooper Street, is now a full-service health clinic, run by the school of nursing of Rutgers-Camden.
The students, who are being hosted by Collingswood High School and were in Camden today, will be flying back home on Tuesday.
The Monkey and The Elephant, at 29th Street and Girard Avenue, employs young people who are aging out of the foster care system.
A Philadelphia taxi co-op has taken a major step forward in the six-year battle to become the first recognized and approved by the Philadelphia Parking Authority.