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Camden County Police Dept. Looking for Missing 26-Year-Old From Camden

Taequan Green, 26, was last seen on Friday, July 29, at 1 a.m. at his residence­ on the 1300 block of South Merrimac Road in Camden.

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Proposed For Camden’s Former Ferry Plaza: A 3-Story Building With Virtua Medical Facility & 47 Senior Affordable Rental Units; Demo Approval Also Sought

The Applicant seeks approval to demolish the existing building along with approval to construct a three-story building with a Virtua Medical facility on the first floor and senior affordable rental units on the second and third floors.

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Camden Vicinage Drug Court to Celebrate 25th Anniversary Oct. 26

The vicinage’s drug court program, which began in 1996, has 614 participants and has graduated 809 participants.

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Camden City Announces Ad Hoc Cannabis Committee To Explore & Ensure Community Representation & Equity in Cannabis Industry

The Cannabis Ad Hoc Committee comprises some of Camden’s most prominent business, economic development, community, education and social justice advocates to ensure Camden takes a “Camden First” community approach to the state’s emerging cannabis industry.

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Mayor Frank Moran Steps Aside As Camden’s Top Official

City Council President Curtis Jenkins prepares to take on new role as of May 1, 2021.

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Bloomberg Philanthropies Announces City of Camden Will Receive $1 Million for Public Art Project Transforming Illegal Dumping Sites into Art Spaces

Bloomberg Philanthropies has announced that Camden, New Jersey has been named a Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Public Art Challenge winner. Routes along New Jersey’s public transportation network will feature public art works. Camden is the fifth and final winning city of the Public Art Challenge.

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EPA & Camden Tackle Illegal Dumping

The EPA has announced that the Center for Family Services, Inc. in Camden was selected to receive $120,000 in funding through the 2018 Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving (EJCPS) Cooperative Agreement Program.

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Camden Celebrates Groundbreaking of 11 Cooper

11 Cooper is a $48 million residential development that will bring 156 new rental homes to the Camden waterfront in an environmentally conscious, amenity-rich mid-rise building.

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New Action to Save MLK’s Former Camden Home

(Camden, N.J.) Today, Rep. Donald Norcross (NJ-01) announced that Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, a non-profit corporation, has offered to become custodian of a Camden City property that was once home to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., while King studied at the former Crozer Theological Seminary in Upland, Pennsylvania in the 1950s. The action comes three weeks after Rep. Norcross […]