Allison Steele writes about Camden’s schools, government and businesses. Most importantly, she writes about the city’s residents. She is a former crime reporter who covered the Camden and Philadelphia police departments for the Inquirer. A Philly native, she has been with the Inquirer since 2008.
0 CommentsIn case you missed it, Joseph D. Carruth - unemployed for nearly six years since the Camden City school board terminated him as principal of... Read more
0 CommentsA meeting for people interested in opening a Renaissance School (here is my most recent story that has some background) in... Read more
0 CommentsAt Tuesday night's Camden City School Board meeting, board president Kathryn Blackshear appointed board members Martha Wilson, Sara Davis,... Read more
0 CommentsAlmost a year and a half after being laid-off, the last round of unemployed Camden firefighters will be back to work in the next few weeks... Read more
0 CommentsSt. Joseph’s Carpenter Society in Camden will administer the fourth phase of the Camden Home Improvement Program, which will provide... Read more
0 CommentsIn case you missed it, my story Sunday talked about the new Camden City school board’s task of sorting through proposals for new Renaissance... Read more