Deep layoffs began in Camden Tuesday. Up to one-fourth of the city government’s workforce is expected to lose their jobs.
Exactly how many jobs are eliminated depends partly on whether public workers’ unions make last-minute concessions.
Camden County plans to take over the Ferry Avenue Branch. The main branch downtown could be closed and replaced with a space carved out of Rutgers University’s Robeson Library.
Camden’s City Council approved the plan unanimously on Thursday despite pleas from workers and residents to find a way to save the jobs.
St. Louis overtook Camden, N.J. as the nation’s most dangerous city in 2009, according to a national study released Sunday.
Two Camden men have received state prison terms for their roles in a 2007 double slaying in the southern New Jersey city.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A Camden man who admitted his role in a conspiracy to kill another member of a New Jersey street gang has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. Twenty-nine-year-old Dionicio Adams […]
A blind man who was hit by a car while he was crossing a busy street blocks away from a crosswalk has died.
A man shot his three teenage sons, fatally wounding two and critically injuring the third, and set their southern New Jersey home on fire before police killed him.
The medical examiner said Jenna Lord’s body sustained significant decay while exposed to the elements.
Rutgers University is teeming with a record number of freshmen, up 3 percent from last year.
Five more Roman Catholic churches in the Camden Diocese will soon be consolidated into new parishes that will serve about 5,500 families.