Camden Local Business

Camden Local Business

Local business in Camden, NJ

  • Tuesday Apr 25 | via SFGate 

    Officer who found boy's body testifies at dad's murd...

    DRPA Officer Connie Nicholson, the officer who, along with a K9 named Kauen, found the body of three-year-old Brendan Creato, testifies during the trial of David "D.J." Creato Jr. at the Camden County Courthouse, Tuesday, April 25, 2017, in Camden, N.J. Creato is charged with killing his son Brendan. less DRPA Officer Connie Nicholson, the officer who, along with a K9 named Kauen, found the body of three-year-old Brendan Creato, testifies during the trial of David "D.J." Creato Jr. at the Camden County ... more David "D.J." Creato Jr., center, appears at his trial at the Camden County Courthouse, Tuesday, April 25, 2017, in Camden, N.J. Creato is charged with killing his 3-year-old son in October 2015.

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  • Sunday Apr 23 | via Lowell Sun 

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    Saige Brennan, a senior from Ayer, will represent Nashoba Valley Technical High School at the DECA International Career Development Conference. Saige, a student Banking/Marketing/Retail program, earned a spot at the conference, to be held April 26-29 in Anaheim, Calif., through her work on her senior project on Nashoba Tech's school store, The Viking Village Mall.

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  • Thursday Apr 20 | via WWBN-FM Burton 

    Zakk Sabbath Announce 'Live in Detroit' LP, Reveal '...

    Hells to the yeah! The Zakk Wylde -led all-star cover band Zakk Sabbath have announced plans to release a limited edition Live in Detroit LP via Southern Lord Recordings. The concert-based set will arrive on June 16 and finds Wylde, bassist Blasko and drummer Joey Castillo rocking out covers of "War Pigs," "Supernaut" and "Fairies Wear Boots."

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  • Tuesday Apr 18 | via New Canaan News-Review 

    Campbell Soup heiress, philanthropist Dorrance Hamil...

    In this Oct. 16, 2006 photo, Campbell Soup heiress Dorrance Hill Hamilton, right, arrives to testify for the prosecution in the Pier 34 trial at the Criminal Justice Center in Center City Philadelphia. Hamilton, a philanthropist who gave away millions of dollars to Philadelphia educational and cultural institutions, died Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at her home in Grande, Fla.

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  • Friday Apr 14 | via NJ.com 

    N.J. just made a huge deal to sell 2 two public tele...

    TRENTON -- New Jersey has sold off two regional public broadcasting television licenses for $332 million in a nationwide auction of broadcast television spectrum for wireless network providers. New Jersey cleaned up in the auction, with the country's top and fourth-highest-grossing non-commercial licenses sold.

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    Related Topix: Trenton, NJ, Wireless, Emerging Technology, Montclair, NJ, New Brunswick, NJ, Camden, NJ