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A Rutgers University study released today has found that New Jersey has failed to properly keep tabs on contractors.
A teenager from Camden pleaded guilty to the murder of a Riverside man in 2012, Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk announced Thursday afternoon.
"Hope" is one of the photos featured in a Camden, N.J. Witnesses to Hunger exhibit held at a local gallery on Sept.
Anthony Siedlecki, 92, a longtime resident of Haddonfield who was a career lineman for New Jersey Bell Telephone Co.
Camden Schools Superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard talks about Camden City School District's new, comprehensive five-point safety plan during a press conference at Woodrow Wilson High School, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014.
Dirty snow and sludge line the cold streets of Philadelphia. But inside the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the Philadelphia Flower Show has shined on Camden Children's Garden this week.
Students raise their hand in math class at Visions Academy High School in Newark in this 2010 file photo.
One of New Jersey's most powerful Democrats is standing behind Gov. Chris Christie as the Republican's administration deals with scandal.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie visited Camden, NJ today to help officials break ground for a charter school on a site where a public school once stood.
A shooting in a South Jersey boarding house last night left one man dead and another at large.
A New Jersey attorney who admittedly inserted names of his law firm's clients into more than 100 actual asbestos cases filed in New York to generate defense fees has pleaded guilty in a federal wire fraud case.
"It's laid-back. It's less pop," says 5H's Ally Brooke Hernandez about the girl group's upcoming album.
A Camden woman has tested positive for meningococcal disease, according to the Camden County Health Department and New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services.
Poet, author, and political activist Ewuare Osayande will recite a selection of poems from the anthology "Stand Our Ground, Poems for Trayvon Martin and Marissa Alexander."
Canon faces additional discovery into claims that it relies on criminal-background checks without letting employees or job applicants dispute the findings, a federal judge ruled.