Letter carriers to pick up non-perishable foods Saturday as part of annual food drive

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The nation's 175,000 letter carriers will pick up non-perishable food left by mailboxes on Saturday, May 11, to deliver it to local food banks... Read more

Camden district's top administrators reappointed but likely not for long

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The news and chatter out of Tuesday’s Camden Board of Education meeting was who was laid off. But given the state’s intervention... Read more

NJ records council: Home addresses of school board members should be private

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Should the public have the right to know where public officials live? This is an argument I just lost with the New Jersey Government Records... Read more

Camden's Sophisticated Sisters shine on national television

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Camden's now-famous drill team Sophisticated Sisters performed on Good Morning America earlier today as part of it's You're Not Dreaming series... Read more

Would college graduates commit to living in Camden for two years in exchange for $7,000?

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The secret to revitalizing New Jersey’s urban areas might be indebted college graduates. A group of urban state legislators are proposing... Read more

LEAP Academy mute on recommendations for food service contract process

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After my series of stories on the great lengths that LEAP Academy University Charter School went through to give the school’s chef a... Read more

New Camden County Police is 'last hope' for city, residents say

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After more than a decade of only socializing indoors and behind safe doors, Nicole Rome basked in the afternoon spring sun Wednesday in Fairview... Read more

Rutgers-Camden recognizes alumni couple helping Camden youth

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Co-founders of Teen SHARP (Successful in High-Achieving and Reaching their Potential) Atnre and Tatiana Alleyne were awarded the Alumni Civic... Read more