Camden Flow Archive: April, 2012

New library for Camden's youngest

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What was a plain second-floor lab and study room for Rutgers-Camden early childhood development students has been transformed into a library... Read more

Could Camden's biz curfew prevented most recent homicide?

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A 36-year-old Camden man, who police say was a bystander, was shot and killed early Friday inside the Crown Fried Chicken restaurant on the... Read more

Education Law Center files suit against state for lag in fixing Camden schools

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Six weeks after threatening to sue the state Department of Education, the Education Law Center, which advocates for New Jersey's poor school... Read more

Camden school board balks at first step in Renaissance Schools project

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The Camden school board, which thought it would have a role shaping new kinds of schools coming to the city, balked last night at the first... Read more

Camden City tax assessor quits

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Good thing tax appeal season is over. Camden tax assessor Frank Librizzi abruptly resigned Apr. 14 (though since that’s a Saturday,... Read more

Camden Mayor appoints three school board members

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Camden Mayor Dana L. Redd appointed two new members to the Board of Education last week and reappointed Barbara Coscarello. The newcomers... Read more

MIA status

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Our media company is transitioning to a new software system, Saxotech, and I have been in training all week. My apologies for not keeping up... Read more

New Camden School Board members sought

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Camden Mayor Dana L. Redd, who has been very critical of the school district in recent months, will soon have more control of the district’s... Read more