Camden Flow Archive: June, 2012

Responses to government records requests in NJ can be random, odd

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As the Camden City reporter, I file requests for government records almost as a weekly routine. Government officials here aren’t the... Read more

VOA to add residences in North Camden for homeless and low-income vets

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Volunteers of America Delaware Valley received a $60,000 grant from the Home Depot Foundation last week to renovate a North Camden community... Read more

ICYMI: Cooper Foundation looking to build Renaissance School by using existing Lanning Square School plans

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In case you missed it, my story Saturday talked about some of the behind-the-scenes of the Renaissance School (Urban Hope Act) project proposals... Read more

Young Urban Leaders to kick off networking series

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The Young Urban Leaders, founded by Camden School Board member Sean Brown, will be hosting a networking event Friday. As a young city activist... Read more

Camden tax sale attracts dozens of investors

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One man’s trash is another’s treasure, they say. And lien investors from all over the state and New York were banking on... Read more

Camden students recognized with national public service award

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Several Camden middle school students recently proved that improving a community isn't limited to adults. On Monday, St. Anthony of Padua's... Read more

Three plans in the works for Camden schools

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Putting a plan in place to address the significant problems plaguing the Camden City School District is proving to be a challenge. Or maybe... Read more

Camden School Board to hire 100 students for the summer

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The Camden School Board is looking to hire 100 district students for summer jobs. Students ages 14 to 19 are eligible for the program that... Read more