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CAMDEN COUNTY NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Construction of New Voorhees Animal Orphanage Underway

The construction of the new Voorhees Animal Orphanage (VAO) facility is now underway.

Emergency Response Team Training Teaches Disaster Preparedness

As the number and severity of storms seem to be increasing due to climate change, the need to protect people and property becomes more and more urgent every year.

Gaming Provides Student Learning At Tech Expo

The Camden’s Charter School Network (CCSN) held their second annual Tech Expo on Saturday, May 4 at their Camden Academy Charter High School campus.

Camden Students Celebrate National College Signing Day

Seniors from Camden Academy Charter High School (CACHS), celebrated National College Signing Day on Monday, May 6th by being recognized by their classmates and teachers as well as serving as role models and examples to elementary and middle school students.

Earning College Credits in High School Gives Camden Students a Head Start

When Camden Academy Charter High School (CACHS) students cross the stage at graduation this year, many will not only have a diploma in their hands, but also a number of college credits in their back pockets.

Norcross Announces Grant Totaling Over $725,000 for AmeriCorps

Congressman Donald Norcross announced on Thursday, April 25th that AmeriCorps’ will receive over $700,000 in grant money.

Water Purification Company Announces Headquarters Relocation to Camden

The company plans to employ 265 workers after opening a $1.38.8 million, solar-powered building in the summer of 2020 and aims to employ over 400 people when the building aches peak capacity.

Hopeworks Spring Hackathon Brings Tech Skills to Camden Youth

High school students from throughout the city of Camden will have an opportunity to learn industry level technology skills at Hopeworks’ Spring Hackathon being held on Saturday, May 4th.

Jefferson Health Volunteers in New Jersey Recognized for Hours of Dedication and Service

Nearly 75 Jefferson Health volunteers, based at New Jersey locations, were honored for their many years and hours of service at a special luncheon, held at Lucien’s Manor on April 16th.

Camden, The Michaels Organization Celebrate Groundbreaking for Cooper Plaza Townhomes Preservation

Camden officials, community leaders, and residents gathered on Friday, April 26th, at the Cooper Plaza Townhomes to celebrate the official groundbreaking for a major renovation by The Michaels Organization.