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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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Towns/Cities near camden, new jersey : Audubon Oaklyn Collingswood Merchantville Pennsauken

Camden News
N.J. dials up 3-day stretch of dry, sunny weather

The last week of June gets going in New Jersey with dry, sunny conditions in New Jersey and temperatures a few degrees below normal. It's the first of a three-day stretch where heat shouldn't be much of a factor, forecasters say.

Dead & Company returning to town - listen to interviews with John Mayer and Bob Weir

John Mayer Photo by: Frank Ockenfells, Courtesy of the artist / Bob Weir Photo by: Jay Blakesberg/Courtesy of the artist Dead & Company return to the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey this Sunday, June 25th. Grateful Dead members Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir will be joined once again by John Mayer .

Mir Fontane Tells Compelling Story of 'Camden'; New Project Out Now

The 12-track mixtape originally appeared on Mass Appeal yesterday with the outlet pointing out Fontane's efforts to tell disturbing, yet cohesive stories about his hometown of Camden, NJ, stating, "True stories like this punctuate the tape, although they're anonymized and blended together to keep them relatable and also so nobody could be implicated. It's not glorification, it's just fact."

Camden celebrates opening of park's new Sprayground

Children from Heaven's Little Angels Learning Center in Camden joined Meishka L. Mitchell, Vice President of Community Initiatives, Cooper's Ferry Partnership; Robert MacLean, Senior Vice President, Eastern Division, American Water and President, New Jersey American Water; Councilperson Luis A. Lopez, Ph.D., City of Camden; and Freeholder William F. Moen, Jr., Camden County Freeholder Board, for the opening of the new Von Nieda Park Sprayground in Camden's Cramer Hill neighborhood.

Fugitive Gloucester County sex offender caught in Camden

WOODBURY -- A registered sex offender who was sought by authorities after failing to register a change of address was arrested this week in Camden, Gloucester County officials reported. Bruce E. Kane, 59, whose last known address was in Williamstown, is listed on the state sex offender database as a Tier 2, Repetitive Compulsive, offender.

A No. 1 Husky: Markelle Fultz is top pick in 2017 NBA draft

Philadelphia takes the guard, who becomes the first No. 1 pick in Husky basketball history and gives Washington the top pick in the NBA and WNBA drafts, a first for any school.

Lacking Treatment Options, Opioid Addicts Turn to Black Market

The intersection of Princess and Wildwood avenues in Camden, N.J., is known to police as hosting a black market for Suboxone, a controlled medication. CAMDEN, N.J.-Stuck on a waiting list for a prescription drug to help wean her off heroin, Diana Sherwood turned to the black market, buying the medication on the street for $20.

Camden's sustainability efforts spotlighted at summit

Pictured, from left, Jessica Franzini, moderator of the Voices of Camden's Aspiring Green Leaders panel; NJ American Water Director of Communications and External Affairs Denise Venuti Free; Camden City Council President and Parks Director Francisco Moran; Paige Prado of American Water's Contract Services Group and PowerCorps Alum; Dimitrius Eliza and Marion Roberts, seniors at LEAP Academy University Charter School; Robert Gibbs of the Camden County MUA and PowerCorps Alum; former NJ Gov. James Florio; Camden Mayor Dana L. Redd; and Caroline Gray of Cooper's Ferry Partnership.

Bon Jovi honored for putting 'his money where his mouth is'

WASHINGTON -- Musician Jon Bon Jovi , the Sayreville native who has used his fame and wealth to help needy communities in his home state, has received the broadcasting industry's highest public service honor. Bon Jovi on Tuesday night received the annual Service to America Leadership Award from the education foundation of the National Association of Broadcasters , the Washington-based trade association representing the nation's radio and television stations.

John Legend adds new dates to 'Darkness and Light' tour

The 38-year-old musician announced he had cancelled a string of dates for his upcoming concert due to a mystery illness on Tuesday , but the 'Ordinary People' hitmaker has rescheduled three gigs to make up for postponing his planned performances at Columbia, Maryland, Foxwoods and Camden, New Jersey next week. The dark-haired hunk shared the news of the new slots with a picture detailing the new information on his Instagram account, which he captioned: "Once again, my apologies for postponing this week's shows.

17-year-old charged in fatal shooting of high school senior

CAMDEN -- A 17-year-old Camden City boy was charged Friday with the daylight fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man here, the Camden County prosecutor said. Shapaul Johnson, 18, also of Camden, was found fatally shot in the area of the 1000 block of Thurman Street on the evening of May 18. Camden County Police responded at 7:27 p.m. after a ShotSpotter activation and 9-1-1 calls, the prosecutor said.

Why being historic probably won't save Camden High from the wrecking ball

CAMDEN -- A group of residents and Camden High School alumni have pledged to fight to the end to save the building nicknamed "The Castle on the Hill" from demolition. But their efforts may be coming up against a firm deadline soon; the state School Development Authority put the demolition project out to bid last week.

This high school has an unlikely cure for senioritis

CAMDEN -- Educators all over the state are doing their best to get seniors ready for college, but leaders at one Camden City school are doing one better: They're changing students' senior year into their first year of college. For the first time this September, seniors at LEAP Academy University Charter School will take only college courses for their final year of high school.

Friday Hack Chat: Electronics Design And Naming A Puppy

For one reason or another, Hackaday has an extended family of ridiculously capable contributors. One of the most illustrious is [Bil Herd], Commodore refugee, electronic engineer, medic, and all-around awesome guy.

New program merges drug abuse, mental health treatments at county level

CAMDEN -- Camden County officials said they have seen "a definite uptick" in referrals for a new combined service for people seeking help with both drug abuse or mental health emergencies in just under a month of operation. "We have received a steady flow of calls each day from individuals seeking referrals for mental health services who were appreciative to now have this valuable resource at their disposal," said Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Camden County Health Department.

Cowardly leakers put nation at risk; How much can N.J. afford to lift Camden?: Feedback

Comedian Hassan Minhaj, at the White House Correspondents Dinner in April, said: "We're here to talk about the truth . It is 2017 and we are living in the golden age of lying.

Salem County man shot dead in Camden, authorities say

Zachary Gaunt, of Pilesgrove, was pronounced dead at 6:56 a.m., minutes after Camden County police received a report of a dead man in the 300 block of Royden Street, according to a press release from the Camden County prosecutor's office. Authorities said he had multiple gunshot wounds.

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