Camden Fire Investigation Update

By Kate Megargee

Agents with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have joined Camden city and county fire investigators probing Sunday’s fire at an abandoned detergent factory. Read more of this post

Norcross Reacts to NJEA Ad

By Desiree Taylor

South Jersey power broker George Norcross said that the NJEA advertisement alleging he might benefit from proposed health care changes was inaccurate.  Read more of this post

Newark Public Schools Reform Plan Faces Union Opposition

By Marie DeNoia Aronsohn

The new plan to reform Newark public schools is being vigorously opposed by the city’s teachers union.  Read more of this post

Massive Fire at Abandoned Tire Factory in Camden

By Jerry Henry

Dozens of people were displaced in Camden following a massive fire at an abandoned tire factory.  Read more of this post

Camden Experiences Severe Water Shortage

By Jerry Henry 

In several Camden neighborhoods fire hydrants are being forced open and allowed to run almost full time wasting thousands of gallons of water.  Read more of this post

Mayor Redd Expected to Announce Update of Camden’s Abandoned Property List

By Kate Megargee

Cramer Hill community leaders, residents and children from St. Anthony of Padua school joined Mayor Dana Redd as she added 59 properties to the city’s abandoned properties list.  Read more of this post

Guardian Angels Protecting Camden Residents

By Jerry Henry

 After coming to Camden in January, residents have mixed reactions to the Guardian Angels presence in the crime ridden city.  Read more of this post

Federal Grants Awarded to Help Fight Crime

By Desiree Taylor

Several New Jersey cities have been awarded federal grants that will enable them to purchase a variety of crime fighting technologies, such as, eye in the sky closed-circuit TV cameras with gunshot detection capability or mobile data systems for patrol cars.  Read more of this post

John Adler, Former NJ Congressman and Senator, Dies at 51

By Jim Hooker

Former Congressman and longtime state Senator John Adler has died two weeks after entering a Philadelphia hospital for emergency heart surgery.  Read more of this post

Mayor Redd to Swear-in Rehired Camden Police and Fire Personnel

By Jerry Henry

After being off the job for two months, 31 firefighters and 55 police officers are back on the job and will hit the streets of Camden immediately.  Read more of this post