PARCC scores in Camden are up -- is the state takeover the reason?
When our founders coined the term the Garden State, they likely didn’t envision trays of plants and artificial light. But these have become the symbols of an alternative farming movement that’s on ...
The ZAC Foundation started over a decade ago after a couple lost their 6 year old son, Zachary, in an accident in their pool.
American Water unveiled a nearly $1 million investment in the Cramer Hill section of Camden. But critics cite a recent lawsuit against the private water company for not adequately notifying residents ...
At a federally-funded health care clinic in Camden, Democrats voiced dire warnings about the impact Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee could ultimately have on people’s access to medical ...
For these folks the long wait is over, and the nation’s birthday will forever be connected to their U.S. citizenship.
Gracious Smiles educates students in the classroom about the importance of brushing their teeth, flossing, tooth sealants and nutritional food choices.
The Center for Family Services expects to see 300 children pass through their facilities within the next year.
Camden residents are taking matters into their own hands to improve their city.
After nearly a decade, the Camden City School District will reintroduce its gifted and talented program. In the fall, the district will begin a pilot program for 130 students.
It’s been five years since Chief Scott Thomson took the oath to lead a newly regionalized Camden County police force. Do the statistics match the resident's perception of crime in Camden?
Bitterness lingers, and after two-plus generations under state control, kids struggle. PARCC test scores remain low, but graduation rates have nearly doubled since 2009.
Camden launched its bike-share program, partnering with the city, county and local nonprofits.
It’s take your child to work day every day at the Campbell Soup Company, which celebrated the grand opening of their new child care facility at its world headquarters in Camden.
Subaru of America is the latest major company to choose the City of Camden as its home.