Camden Flow Archive: February, 2013

Camden business curfew trial ends

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After more than two weeks of testimony from business owners and crime experts, the Camden business curfew trial concluded Wednesday. A decision... Read more

Camden's LEAP Academy and food service company issue statements on chef's $95k salary

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Following my story Monday on LEAP Academy University Charter School’s executive chef receiving a $24,000 raise, the school put out a... Read more

Fighting Camden poverty through youth empowerment

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As my Sunday story on Camden’s poverty showed, many people and groups trying to make a difference in the city. Father Jud Weiksnar,... Read more

One of the ones fighting the good fight in Camden

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Despite the bleak Camden statistics mentioned in my Sunday article on the city’s spiraling poverty, some city residents continue to work... Read more

Lack of affordable housing outside of Camden to blame for poverty, experts say

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Charley Shambry, one of the many city residents featured in my "Inquirer Special Report" on Camden's poverty, can't walk with his 2-year-old... Read more

Camden day of healing to be held Saturday

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The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and a group of Camden clergy will be hosting a day of healing Saturday for the families of last... Read more

Camden business curfew trial begins

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Will the third time be a charm for Camden in its quest to shut down businesses early for the sake of public safety? Camden County Superior... Read more

Lawsuit is another blow to Camden's LEAP Academy

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In addition to LEAP Academy University Charter School’s financial woes, the school has been hit was a lawsuit alleging misappropriation... Read more