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Camden is located in southwestern New Jersey, across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. The city's waterfront is one of its most popular attractions. It features the USS New Jersey, the Susquehanna Bank Center, Campbell's Field, and the Adventure Aquarium. The USS New Jersey was a BB-62 US Navy Battleship used in the Korean War, Vietnam War and World War II. The Susquehanna Bank Center is an open-air amphitheater that seats over 25,000 people. Campbell's Field is home to the Camden Riversharks. Notable residents have included game show host and television personality Jim Perry and essayist, journalist and poet Walk Whitman.

Population: 79904
Local Newspapers: Courier Post
Local Sports Teams: Camden Riversharks MetroStars New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
Local Colleges: Rowan University—Camden Rutgers University

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Newark, Camden claim lower school violence rates than many Sussex County schools

If the state Department of Education's violence and vandalism report released Monday is to be believed, Sussex County schools last year were, on average, equally or more violent than a number of large urban districts located smack dab in the middle of cities with some of the highest violent crime rates in the nation. A plain reading of last week's report, when adjusted for student population, would give rise to numerous disparities that could be perceived as alarming or questionable, or both.

'This ain't no place to live:' Gunfire leaves Camden worried

CAMDEN -- While a Camden County Police Department SUV did laps around the block, neighbors near 8th and Pine streets milled about early Saturday morning to talk about word of a shooting. A 26-year-old city man who lost his friend three years ago under similar circumstances was among those waiting to learn the victim's identity.

Celebrating love and closing another business | Cheers and Jeers

Every Saturday on its editorial page, the South Jersey Times cheers those who make our area a better place in which to live and jeers those whose actions merit derision. CHEERS: To the celebration of love.

Presidents Day weekend weather to give taste of spring in N.J.

There's also no serious threat of precipitation of any kind in the next few days, the National Weather Service says. Temperatures are expected to be about 5 degrees warmer than Thursday this afternoon -- 38 in Newark, 44 in Camden and Trenton.

Victims of VFW hall shooting identified as police probe gunfire

William Matthews Jr., 56, and Edgar Mark Peterson, 67, were working as security guards Thursday during a private event when shots rang out along Creekview Road. According to Willingboro police, the two men were removing another person from the event shortly before 11:30 p.m. Thursday when gunfire erupted.

Christina Grimmie's legacy single, summer concerts galore - The NJ Breakroom

It's a bittersweet moment, as the late Christina Grimmie has had a dream realized with her new song. Republic Records has released Grimmie's single, "Invisible" along with a lyric video below: The Burlington County native was shot and killed after performing in Florida last summer.

Camden methadone clinic reportedly moving 1 mile away

CAMDEN -- A methadone clinic in downtown Camden that treats up to 1,000 patients a day is moving to another part of the city to make room for an expansion of Rutgers-Camden, according to a report from Philly.com. The clinic, across from Camden City Hall on Market Street, has operated there for the past decade , according to the report.

Trump's Israel envoy to apologize for calling liberal Jews 'kapos'

Donald Trump and attorney David Friedman exit the Federal Building, following an appearance in US Bankruptcy Court on February 25, 2010, in Camden, New Jersey. US President Donald Trump's pick for ambassador to Israel is set to apologize for derogatory comments about liberal Jews made last year during the presidential campaign.

Parents, daughter agree to drop college payment-tuition case

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Camden methadone clinic leaving downtown location

Photo of the methadone clinic located on the corner of 5th St. and Market St. in Camden NJ. The clinic is right across Camden's City Hall.

Putting PARCC in reverse, NJ lawmakers look to block graduation requirement

New Jersey lawmakers took a first step toward blocking the state Department of Education from requiring high-school students to pass the PARCC test in order to earn a diploma. The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers is currently among an array of graduation requirements, but qualifying scores on alternative exams such as the SAT or ACT are being phased out.

Camden plans to develop waterfront park

Cooper's Ferry Partnership, the nonprofit organizing the project, tells the Courier-Post that the city will transform a parking lot on the RCA Pier into a park. The 2.2-acre park will cost an estimated $6 million.

Beloved Camden pastor J.A. Jones, 81, says farewell

Rev. J.A. Jones, left, who is stepping down from the pulpit at Nazarene Baptist Chirch in Camden, NJ, gets a hug at the begining of the service from Rev. Gerrod Norman, right, on Sunday morning.

Camden police searching for missing 13-year-old

Jajuan Flores was reported missing from his home on Patton Street Sunday morning. He is described as 5-feet 2-inches tall and approximately 165 pounds.

Hail N.J. project to reduce infant deaths | Editorial

Hipsters might see a welcome recent development for new South Jersey parents as an outgrowth of the "tiny house" movement, but the purpose is a lot more serious than chic derived from low-square-footage residency. Newborns are now going home from Cooper University Hospital in Camden in sturdy, laminated cardboard boxes, no bigger than 27 by 17 inches.

Erring on the side of caution and commenting clowns | Cheers and Jeers

Every Saturday on its editorial page, the South Jersey Times cheers those who make our area a better place in which to live and jeers those whose actions merit derision. JEERS: So much for 11-day outlooks, double-Dutch doppler radar and ceaseless "most accurate forecast" claims.

Fascinating images reveal the glory days of drive-ins

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