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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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Camden News
Red Cross installing free smoke alarms in NJ homes

The American Red Cross is asking everyone to be a part of its nationwide effort to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries from home fires. So on Saturday, April 28, and Sunday, April 29, the Red Cross New Jersey region will be holding Sound the Alarm home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events in Trenton, Jersey City and Camden.

Man who had enough fentanyl for 5M to fatally overdose gets prison

Through shipments mailed from China, Yahmire Boardley accumulated enough fentanyl to kill more than half the population of New Jersey. When authorities seized Boardley's supply of the opioid from the caches he kept around Camden last year, they found a total of 31 pounds of the drug.

It will take guts for mayors to revitalize our cities

When World War II ended, Washington, D.C.'s population was about 900,000; today it's about 700,000.

No jail for police officer who had child with 15-year-old

Rafael Martinez Jr., the now-former Camden County cop who had a sexual relationship and fathered a child with a girl when she was 15, was quiet at his sentencing Friday. Judge Edward McBride accepted a negotiated plea to sentence Martinez to five years probation.

Women's Rowing Heads Back To Cooper Invite

The Marist women's rowing team will compete for the second time at the Cooper Invite in Camden, New Jersey on Saturday April 22nd. The Women's team placed a host of boats in the top times the last time out at the Cooper Invite.

Donald Norcross sees effects of opioid crisis in rural America

The opioid crisis is hitting families across the nation regardless of income, race or gender. Lawmakers are no exception.

A mayor's most important job

"When World War II ended, Washington, D.C.'s population was about 900,000; today it's about 700,000. In 1950, Baltimore's population was almost 950,000; today it's around 614,000.

No charges for cop who pummeled man 12 times in the head

The police officer caught on camera punching a man 12 times in the head after stopping him on the street Feb. 22 will not be charged with a crime, authorities said. Camden County Police Chief J. Scott Thomson has called the video "disturbing," but the county Prosecutor's Office announced Thursday that a review of video evidence showed Edward Minguela was pulling his arms away from Officer Nicholas Romantino as he tried to arrest him, and thus the blows were justified.

A married couple left church a " and witnessed a murder on their way home, records show

A married couple was heading home from church on a Sunday when they saw the horror unfold - a man was viciously attacking a woman in a Camden, New Jersey street, according to court records. Their 911 call was the second to be made that afternoon, NJ.com reported.

N.J. trooper indicted for repeatedly pulling over women to ask them out

A New Jersey State Police trooper accused of improperly pulling over women repeatedly to ask them out was indicted Thursday on a half dozen charges, including official misconduct, the state attorney general's office announced. An internal investigation found that in November and December 2016, Eric Richardson , 32, of Camden pulled over female drivers and threatened to arrest them or offered to let them off if they didn't hand over their phone numbers.

This N.J.-based company just got named most reputable in U.S.

A New Jersey company has been named the most reputable in the United States , according to a firm that tracks reputation management. Camden-based Campbell's Soup Company topped the list of firms while six other businesses with U.S. or world headquarters in New Jersey also landed on the top 100 list compiled by the Reputation Institute.

Teen wants to buy shoes for school's entire first grade

"After that, I just wanted to find a way to get involved and volunteer here because I was very touched by the great big smiles on their face." Camden Grant crouched in the hallway of Booker T. Washington Elementary School Tuesday afternoon with an ambitious look in her eyes.

A Mayor's Most Important Job

When World War II ended, Washington, D.C.'s population was about 900,000; today it's about 700,000. In 1950, Baltimore's population was almost 950,000; today it's around 614,000.

Family 'broken' by death of 5-year-old girl struck by car while playing

The family of a 5-year-old girl struck and killed by a car Friday afternoon in Camden is "broken" by the tragedy, a local pastor said. Pastor Amir Khan said the parents of Siryah Perez were too distraught to speak at a candlelight vigil held Saturday night in the city.

I thought he'd kill me, woman says of ex charged with slaying new girlfriend

Watia Goldston says that with the benefit of hindsight, she can't help but wonder if she should have done more to make sure her abusive ex-boyfriend couldn't hurt anyone else after she left him. But the 27-year-old still feared him when she broke it off last year, and his new girlfriend, Elaine Jimenez, was older and seemed like she could take care of herself.

I had breakfast with George Norcross and here's what he told me

I'd been invited-slash-summoned to appear before the man whose influence over the city, county, region, state, and beyond is formidable or, as some would say, concerning. "Here's the point I'd like to make," said Norcross, whom I've never known to be without an agenda.

Man, 24, gunned down in Camden

Man, 24, gunned down in Camden Police found Laron Hornsby suffering from a gunshot wound and lying on a sidewalk in Camden on Friday afternoon Check out this story on courierpostonline.com: https://www.courierpostonline.com/story/news/crime/2018/04/14/laron-hornsby-homicide-camden-new-jersey/517352002/ Camden County police responded at 1:49 p.m. to 911 calls and an alert from the city's gunshot-detection system near Norris and Everett streets. They found Laron Hornsby, suffering from a gunshot wound and lying on a sidewalk on the 1200 block of Everett Street, according to the county prosecutor's office.

Police: Death of girl, 5, hit by car seems 'tragic accident'

Authorities say the death of a 5-year-old girl hit by a car while crossing a New Jersey street appears to have been a "tragic accident." NJ.com reports that the girl was hit about 3 p.m. Friday in Camden.

Man who killed girlfriend in front of daughter gets life Source: AP

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To Fix Struggling Schools, Ed. Leaders Must Be Bold

For more than three decades, the Walton Family Foundation, where we work, has supported the creation and growth of thousands of schools to seed educational innovation. To date, the overwhelming majority of schools launched with foundation resources have been public charter schools - our investments of more than $420 million have helped start more than 2,200 charters.

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