Camden Flow Archive: August, 2012

Camelot in for another year in Camden school district

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Camden’s most at-risk students will continue to be taught and guided by a private alternative-education provider this upcoming school... Read more

Camden mayor to impose business curfew Sep. 17

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After much delay, Camden Mayor Dana L. Redd is setting Sept. 17 as the first day the citywide business curfew will be implemented. The city... Read more

A third 7-Eleven moves to Camden despite the city's ban on its 24/7 model

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As promised, Rutgers-Camden’s newest residence hall, on Cooper Street, will house three businesses at street level — a 7-Eleven... Read more

Pa. principals to lead two of Camden's most challenging schools

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The Camden school district has recruited two educators from across the river to fill the principal spots at two of its most challenging schools... Read more

Hundreds come out to state their overwhelmingly negative opinions of the Camden County police force plan (or lack of a plan)

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Tonight’s Camden council meeting was wall-to-wall packed with city residents and dozens of police-union representatives from all over... Read more

Clock is ticking for placement of Camden principals

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With 2 1/2 weeks until school starts, at least five Camden district principals don’t yet know their placements. Under a state... Read more

Inconsistencies in Urban Hope Act process lead to changes in Camden RFP

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On Thursday, board members were surprised and angry to learn from state education official Michael Azzara, who monitors fiscal matters in the... Read more

Summer Chamber Concert Series starts Tuesday

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For those who work in Camden or close to the city, bring your lawn chair to work this week. Starting Tuesday, Symphony in C will be hosting... Read more