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June 29, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ — That most New Jersey businesses, including retail and food, are resuming under coronavirus regulations is a welcome sign but some - like William Can - are keeping things in perspective. Can, 38, who frequents Camden for work and lives...

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June 25, 2020

Camden County and Cooper’s Ferry Partnership hosted a stakeholder meeting on June 25 regarding the Federal and Market Streets Concept Development Study, funded by a $10 million NJDOT grant to Camden County.  Please See more on the study and t...

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June 18, 2020

Camden spends $4 million each year cleaning up trash left by illegal dumpers. A New View and Power Corps show you how we work with city officials to keep trash off the streets. Watch to learn more about how YOU can keep Camden clean and bring ...

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June 11, 2020

CAMDEN, NJ — Thirty seniors in the city of Camden were awarded $75,000 in scholarships, the Camden School Foundation (CSF) announced Wednesday.  “Camden City School District is grateful for its partnership with the Camden School Foundatio...

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June 11, 2020

UNITED FOR JUSTICE   BLACK LIVES MATTER Thursday, June 11, 2020 (Camden, NJ) – “This past Tuesday, we saw the tremendous outpouring of pain, suffering, love, and firm resolve as Mr. George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston, Texas. His murd...

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June 8, 2020

WHYY, Nicholas Pugliese Once an industrial giant, supplying the world with condensed soup and building ships for the U.S. military, Camden is rekindling that past with the expected opening later this month of a plant bringing jobs back from China....

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June 8, 2020

CAMDEN, New Jersey (WPVI) -- As police departments in this country are coming under closer scrutiny than ever, the law enforcement model in Camden County, New Jersey is proving that reform is possible. "What's important to note is that we engaged ...

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June 8, 2020

NPR, James Doubek -- Activists across the country are calling for radical reforms to policing in the U.S., including abolishing the police entirely. Camden, N.J., took its own big step in 2013. The city was in a public safety crisis, with murder r...

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June 7, 2020

NBC News’ Morgan Radford explains how Camden, New Jersey, moved away from its police department and how the city once described as the “most dangerous city” in the country achieved all-time low crime rate with community based policing. VIEW HERE...

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June 4, 2020

Across the U.S., protesters have taken to the streets to express rage after the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin. The demonstrations themselves have led to more police shows of force. In Brooklyn, two cops rammed...

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