12 hrs ago
Errichetti, former N.J. power broker, dies
Angelo J. Errichetti, 84, a former Camden mayor and state senator who was South Jersey's premier Democratic power broker in the decade leading to his 1981 bribery conviction in the Abscam scandal, has died.
16 hrs ago
Man critical after factory wall collapse
A man was critically injured Friday morning in Camden when a wall within the building he was working in collapsed and fell on him.
23 hrs ago
Kid Felix: Big Chance for Small-Town Band
Blink and you might miss Laurel Springs, a tiny Camden County borough of 1,900 people along the White Horse Pike.
Thu May 16, 2013
Winslow Township man shot, wounded at Regency House Apartments
WINSLOW TWP . - A 33-year-old township man was taken to an area hospital Thursday after being shot in a friend's apartment, authorities announced.
Brazil's largest cashew firm to set up $25m plant in Ghana
A Brazilian processing company, Usibra Ghana Limited, is to establish a $25 million cashew processing plant in Ghana.
Wed May 15, 2013
Cirque du Soleil Job Fair To Be Held For Camden Residents
According to the website, the job fair will be for multiple temporary positions for the Cirque du Soleil: Totem show that will be in Camden, New Jersey for the summer.
Child Shooting in Camden Was Apparent Accident
Authorities say an incident where an 11-year-old shot a 12-year-old boy in the face at a Camden apartment complex last week appears to have been accident.
Camden County Metro Division boasts $4.5 million in surveillance equipment and other technologies
Lt. Pasquale Giannini of the Camden County Police Department Metro Division monitors serveral computers at the new Real Time Tactical Information Center at the Camden Police Department, Tuesday, May 14, 2013.
Tue May 14, 2013
Layne Staley's mom suing Alice in Chains
"The mother of deceased Alice in Chains lead singer Layne Staley has sued her son's former bandmates, claiming they cut her out of royalties owed on the band's hits.
Vineland police: Man's suspicious death ruled a homicide
VINELAND - Police are trying to determine what caused the suspicious injuries that led to a city man's death last week, authorities said Monday.
Mon May 13, 2013
St. John's Jesuit Rowing Earns Bid to Nationals
The St. John's Jesuit Rowing team clinched two championships and one national championship bid at the 2013 Midwest Scholastic Rowing Association Championship Regatta last weekend in Zanesville, Ohio.
Sun May 12, 2013
7Days: Regional arts and entertainment, by Michael Harrington
So long, Peter After 34 seasons, the multifaceted Peter Nero leads his final Philly Pops concert as the ensemble's music director, conducting a program of Broadway hits from the piano at 3 p.m. at the Kimmel Center's Verizon Hall, 300 S. Broad St.
Camden Man Dead After Being Shot, Crashing Car Into Tree
Police in Camden are investigating the shooting death of a man found inside a vehicle that had smashed into a tree early Sunday morning.
The Jersey Journal
Camden chief: 'Suburban drug buyers' who overdosed on tainted heroin live outside the city
CAMDEN - Three more people were hospitalized last week for overdoses on a reportedly tainted batch of heroin purchased in Camden , bringing the total number of those exposed to the drug to six, according to officials.
After Camden police changeover, memories come out in force
Among the exhibits were a microphone from a two-way 1930s radio and snapshots of "potato sacks" - wool, below-the-knee police coats - and of green police wagons from the 1950s.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Washington Post
Walt Whitman's haversack to go on display at Library of Congress
In 1888, four years before he died, the aging poet Walt Whitman showed a friend an old leather shoulder bag hanging on the wall of his home in Camden, N.J. It had an adjustable strap with a decorative buckle and had seen hard use.
News Minute: Here is the latest New Jersey news from The Associated Press
Police say an armed man who took hostages yesterday afternoon remains barricaded in a home in Trenton this morning as authorities work to negotiate his surrender and his captives' safe release.
Fri May 10, 2013
Former Gov. Jim McGreevey praises drug court in Camden
Former Gov. Jim McGreevey, second from right, chats with Tom Hambrose, Mary Wiseman, and Frances Fina during Camden Vicinage Superior Court's Drug Court Awareness Day at Roosevelt Plaza Park in Camden, Friday, May 10, 2013.
The Gloucester County Times
Bicyclist injured in Monroe Township hit-and-run
MONROE TWP. - A bicyclist suffered internal injuries when he was hit by a pickup truck on the Black Horse Pike Thursday night.