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CAMDEN COUNTY NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Camden County College and Rowan College Of South Jersey Move To Online Classes

Camden County College (CCC) and Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ) are the latest colleges to suspend classes to help staff transition to online learning.

Camden County COVID-19 Information: Division Of Weights And Measures Checks Price Gouging, Freeholder Cappelli Updates On Confirmed Case

The Camden County Division of Weights and Measures is currently conducting additional inspections for price gouging on items such as hand sanitizer, disinfectants, toiletries, bottled water, and more throughout Camden County, according to a press release.

Third Coronavirus Case in NJ as Patient Tests Presumptive Positive in Camden County

New Jersey now has a third possible case of coronavirus now that the test results for a patient in Camden County have come back as presumptive positive.

Memorial To Honor Overdose Victims To Be Built In Timber Creek Park

A new memorial to honor victims of overdose and addiction will be built in Timber Creek Park in Gloucester Township. The Camden County Freeholder Board passed a resolution this month approving the plan.

What’s Good – Temple University Football Visits Camden’s Charter Schools

Players from Temple Univesity's football program visit students from some of Camden's Charter schools every Friday to promote positive life goals and to help mentor the children.

Camden County Freeholders Approve Fentanyl Strip Pilot Program

The Camden County Freeholder Board has approved a potentially life-saving pilot program designed to implement and study the use of Fentanyl testing strips (FTS) by individuals suffering from substance use disorder.

Seasonal Flu More Of A Risk Than Coronavirus Say Camden County Health Officials

While Coronavirus (COVID-19) is in the headlines and a major topic of discussion on social media and with medical professionals alike, the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services says it currently poses little risk to residents in the United States.

Pennsauken Library to Host Census 2020 Job Fair on Feb. 14

On Friday, Feb. 14 at 2 p.m., Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) will host a job fair at the Pennsauken Library that will provide New Jersey workers with opportunities related to the 2020 Census.

Camden County To Sponsor Food Waste Recycling Pilot Program

A pilot program approved by the Camden County Freeholder Board will change the way food waste is being disposed of in cafeterias and kitchens in county buildings.

Camden County College Offers Children Free Dental Clinic

As part of the Give-Kids-a-Smile Day, a national event that has been held on the first Friday in February for more than 15 years, Camden County College’s dental hygiene and dental assisting students and staff – joined by area dentists – provided free cleanings, other preventive care and oral health education to area children aged 12 and younger recently.