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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

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Trial starting for man accused of killing 3-year-old son

Memorial to Brendon Creato removed from tree, so jurors in father's murder, child endangerment trial won't be influenced Investigators accused David Creato of killing son Brendon, 3, because he was an impediment to his relationship with a teenage girlfriend. Opening statements are set to start in David Creato Jr.'s murder and child endangerment trial.

Every N.J. gun death reported in 2015 on a single map

A new project, the Gun Violence Archive, tracked media reports on gun violence in 2015 to find detailed information on when, where and how the 252 gun-related deaths in New Jersey occurred. The data for 2015 shows how certain areas -- particularly low-income, disadvantaged neighborhoods -- can become hotbeds for gun violence.

Volunteers needed for Comcast Cares Days

A Vote For Equality, 128 Hooten Road in Mount Laurel. Volunteer Capacity: 35. Saturday, April 22, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Comcast Dares Day, volunteers will work at this registered historic site doing landscaping, planting and painting tasks.

Rally against gun violence held in one of nation's most dangerous cities

CAMDEN -- A midday rally against gun violence Tuesday in one of America's most dangerous cities drew a crowd of close to 200 who joined a procession through one of Camden's most dangerous neighborhoods . The march snaked along Mount Ephraim Avenue in the Liberty Park section of the city under a hot midday sun.

Twice, cops make arrests after owners spot stolen cars

EWING -- Police say that twice this week, owners of stolen cars spotted their vehicles in town, leading to the arrests of one adult and four juveniles. On Sunday, a woman reported that her 2009 Toyota Corolla was stolen overnight from her driveway on Downing Road, police said.

Secret recording sends ex-Atlantic City councilman to prison

In this July 23, 2008, file photo, Atlantic City, N.J., City Councilman John Schultz participates in a council meeting in Atlantic City, N.J. Schultz was sentenced Monday, April 17, 2017, to six months in prison, followed by six months of house arrest, for conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service of nearly $120,000 over a three-year period. less FILE - In this July 23, 2008, file photo, Atlantic City, N.J., City Councilman John Schultz participates in a council meeting in Atlantic City, N.J. Schultz was sentenced Monday, April 17, 2017, to six months ... more CAMDEN, N.J. - John Schultz once avoided prison in a sex blackmail case that involved a secretly recorded video, a Baptist minister and a hooker in a motel room.

Body washes up near aquarium in Camden, report says

CAMDEN -- Authorities are continuing to investigate the discovery of a dead body found floating Sunday night near the banks of the Delaware River here. It was discovered just before 10 p.m. by two people walking near the Adventure Aquarium on the city's waterfront, 6ABC reports.

New data shows how many kids missed too much school in every N.J. town

TRENTON -- Some of New Jersey's urban high schools had more than half of their students chronically absent last school year, according to new data released by the state. Students are considered chronically absent -- a statistic that's about to become especially important for schools -- if they miss at least 10 percent of the school year, about 18 school days for students who attend the same school all year.

Mr. Frank Delano, Jr.

Mr. Delano was born November 4, 1942 in Camden, New Jersey to the late Frank Anthony Delano, Sr. and Eva Alice Kuckinsky Delano. He was a Christian by faith.

Emergency trainees take on retired battleship in New Jersey

In this Thursday, April 13, 2017 photo, firefighters repel from an upper deck of the Battleship New Jersey as they take part in NSR Solutions LLC and Med-Tech's Confined Space Training classes aboard the battleship at the Battleship New Jersey Memorial and Museum, in Camden, N.J. CAMDEN, N.J. - On main! On belay! The commands came from a trainer standing on the retired Battleship New Jersey, more than 100 feet above its deck. On those verbal signals, the trainee then hooked a pulley to a main rope hanging over the starboard side of the towering radar platform and a belay hook on the safety harness to the pulley and then began a controlled slide down the rope.

Man killed, second seriously wounded in Camden shooting

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office and police chief report police responded to reports of shots fired near 6th Street at about 11:35pm Friday. They say officers found one victim -- Walter Chatman, 49 of Camden -- suffering from gunshot wounds near Viola Street.

Creating the future

At times, writing about the American healthcare system can feel a bit like pulling the fire alarm in a burning building. Many still cling to notions of American exceptionalism-unwavering in their belief that the American healthcare system in the best is the world.

Working together has saved Camden's schools | Opinion

After an election, the conversation often focuses on the future of education in our country. Perhaps now more so than ever the debate remains stunted along the same tired and caustic ideological battle lines that have defined the national discourse for the past decade.

Camden reportedly pays $20K to settle police excessive force suit

CAMDEN -- The city will reportedly pay $20,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging that an officer used excessive force in arresting a teenager at his family's bodega in 2012. The lawsuit filed against the city, the former City of Camden Police Department, and former officer Tya Miles was settled in federal court last summer.

Camden County cops changing the culture | Editorial

There are 1.5 million videos on YouTube depicting aberrant police behavior, with an alarming percentage showing the use of deadly force against unarmed men of color. Most cops react to them the same way we all do -- with revulsion -- yet little seems to change in the street: They may acknowledge an atrocity, or put a guy on trial, or mandate a new training course.

Crews Battle Brush Fire Along Route 30 in Camden

All lanes of traffic are closed along Route 30 in Camden after a brush fire broke out underneath a bridge. Fire crews responded to the fire on Admiral Wilson Boulevard underneath the Flanders Avenue Bridge around 6:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

Piranhas, parrots and more await at N.J. aquarium's incredible new Amazon experience

CAMDEN -- In Adventure Aquarium 's newest exhibit, the sound of water cascading over two towering waterfalls, walls of fresh, flowering foliage, and a school of more than 120 red-bellied piranha swimming as one transports visitors from Camden straight to the Amazon rainforest. Piranha Falls: an Amazon Experience, opens to guests on Friday, and promises to thrill guests when -- at 15-minute intervals throughout the day -- an authentic rainforest rainstorm engulfs the exhibit in soothing showers, brilliant lightning, and rolling thunder.

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