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3 hrs ago | DFW Catholic
POSITION SUMMARY The Office of Hispanic Ministry, Diocese of Camden, is seeking a full-time executive secretary.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
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6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
GLOUCESTER TWP. - More than 100 cadets from 10 law enforcement agencies will graduate Friday from the 62nd class of the Camden County Police Academy.
10 hrs ago | RollingStone
You watch the explosively entertaining, dramatically gripping American Hustle on a cinematic high.
For more than 50 years, the iconic figure of Nipper the dog and the record player that amused him graced windows on all four sides of the RCA tower in Camden.
Camden, N.J. is right across the Ben Franklin Bridge from tourist-friendly Philadelphia, Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi notes, but it's nothing like its relatively shiny neighbor city.
Any list of America's most dangerous cities puts Camden, New Jersey near or at the top.
Rutgers forum looks at social justice CAMDEN - Rutgers-Camden will host a free forum for local religious leaders to discuss their approaches for fostering a more just society in Camden and beyond.
Instead of shaking hands, people here are always lifting hats, sleeves, pant legs and shirttails to show you wounds or scars, then pointing in the direction of where the bad thing just happened.
Bare Exposure, an Atlantic Cituy strip club, claims the agencies that operate the Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway infringed on its First Amendment rights and hurt its business by removing its brochure from rest stops.
Brandon A. Dickerson, 22, of the 1100 block of Mechanic Street allegedly robbed four banks in Burlington County.
A Camden man pleaded guilty to his role in a scheme to steal business checks from the U.S. Mail in Camden and Burlington counties in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware and altering them in order to cash them using a series of conspirators, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced on Wednesday.
While changes in the health care system are providing more people with access to health services for some underserved populations, such as homeless individuals, access to health care remains difficult.
Today's snow has prompted a number of cancellations. We will post them here as they are announced.
GLASSBORO - Rowan University will be securing one of southern New Jersey's most historic pieces of art as the university's Radio Corporation of America Hertiage Program Museum welcomes in its newest piece.