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Camden is located in southwestern New Jersey, across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. The city's waterfront is one of its most popular attractions. It features the USS New Jersey, the Susquehanna Bank Center, Campbell's Field, and the Adventure Aquarium. The USS New Jersey was a BB-62 US Navy Battleship used in the Korean War, Vietnam War and World War II. The Susquehanna Bank Center is an open-air amphitheater that seats over 25,000 people. Campbell's Field is home to the Camden Riversharks. Notable residents have included game show host and television personality Jim Perry and essayist, journalist and poet Walk Whitman.

Population: 79904
Local Newspapers: Courier Post
Local Sports Teams: Camden Riversharks MetroStars New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
Local Colleges: Rowan University—Camden Rutgers University

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Feds: Ex-police chief lied about hate crime assault

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Pearl Harbor survivors remember those killed 76 years ago

Bugler Nan LaCorte play taps during a ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the Dec. 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on board The Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial in Camden, N.J., Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017.

Foreigner and Whitesnake team up for tour

BACK ON THE ROAD: Bruce Watson, left, and Jeff Pilson of the band Foreigner perform in concert during their "40th Anniversary Tour" at the BB&T Pavilion on Thursday, July 13, in Camden, N.J. "I'm excited to join forces with my fellow U.K. countrymen, David Coverdale and Jason Bonham, for what's sure to be a rockin' summer tour in the States," Foreigner founder Mick Jones says in a news release. "Opening a show like that was very special to me, so when Mick asked if I'd do it again in 2018, I said yes without hesitation," he says.

Jerry Foss

Jerry Foss was born in Camden, NJ on July 11, 1948 and died November 10, 2017. He was a proud veteran of the Vietnam War and a great patriot.

Man wounded in shootout with police faces weapons charges

A man who was wounded during an exchange of gunfire with Camden County police officers over the weekend has been charged with multiple weapons offenses, authorities said. Shlawrence Unique Ross, 37, of Camden, faces several weapons charges, including unlawful possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of a weapon by certain persons, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office said Monday.

Dana McCloskey, Matthew Premus

Dr. Dana Janine McCloskey and Matthew Joseph Premus were married Dec. 2 at the Church of Christ the King in New Vernon, N.J. The Rev. Brian Sullivan, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony.

Campbell Is Testing Online Soup Delivery

Campbell Soup Co. is testing an online service that will deliver soups to customers' homes, part of an effort by the 148-year-old food giant to shake off a sales slump and update its business model.

Man fatally shot in Camden, authorities say

The shooting took place around 7:20 p.m. on the 1100 block of Atlantic Avenue, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office. When officers arrived, they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds, and had both transported to Cooper University Hospital.

Paterson gun seizures doubled over past 5 years

Gun seizures in Paterson climbed from 106 in 2011 to 282 last year, according to data compiled by the federal justice department. Guns to be melted into metal reinforcing bars for use in construction are stacked in a pile, in this file photo.

'Markdowns' at The Gap, Banana Republic were on hiked-up prices, lawsuit claims

This Feb. 10, 2017 file photo shows the sign on a Gap store in the Shadyside shopping district of Pittsburgh.( A woman has filed a class action suit on behalf of New Jersey customers who shopped at The Gap and Banana Republic outlet stores, claiming the stores advertised higher original prices and made deceiving markdowns. The suit, filed in federal court in Camden, alleges that the discount factory stores operated by the retailers inflated the original prices on merchandise, leading customers to think they were getting better deals off the markdowns than they actually were.

Remembering Camden's ties to slavery with new historical markers

More than 250 years ago, a ship carrying what historians believe were Camden's first African slaves arrived at one of the city's most highly trafficked docks and auction blocks, Cooper Street Ferry. On Monday, yards from Camden's first documented slave auction in 1727, outside what is now a library in Johnson Park, the city unveiled a new historical marker - a move county and state officials said will counter a rewriting of history seen in today's politics and the current debate over Confederate monuments.

Historical signs now mark site where slaves were sold in Camden

Three markers were unveiled Monday in Camden to commemorate locations at which slaves were sold here in the 1700s and 1800s. U.S. Sen. Cory Booker and U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross were among nearly two dozen speakers at a gathering in a historic site near the Camden waterfront , across the Delaware River from Philadelphia.

The Oak Ridge Boys bring 'Elvira' and more seasonal fare to Mayo

Oak Ridge, the one that lends its name to legendary country/gospel group the Oak Ridge Boys , is in Tennessee. But one of the band's most distinctive voices -- that low bass that gives 1981's "Elvira" its memorable "Oom papa mow mow" -- is New Jersey native Richard Sterban .

Bank robbers led cops on high-speed chase, authorities say

Cas Miller, 24, Emanuel Almodovar, 32, and Cecelia Lopez, 46, all of Camden, face robbery charges, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office announced Wednesday. Authorities said one of the suspects entered the TD Bank on College Drive in Blackwood around 9:45 a.m. and passed a note to the teller demanding money.

Oak Ridge Boys bring Christmas show to Morristown

Richard Sterban, the band's bass singer, opens up about his New Jersey roots and 45 years on the road with the gospel-country quartet. Richard Sterban, the band's bass singer, opens up about his New Jersey roots and 45 years on the road with the gospel-country quartet.

Subaru readies special editions to mark 50 years in U.S.

Subaru of America's vehicle lineup will have a major role in celebrating the company's 50th anniversary in the United States. The special editions will feature a new, common color and a distinct badge that reads "Subaru in America since 1968."

Campbell Soup hurt by high carrot costs, falling soup sales

NEW YORK>> Campbell Soup reported disappointing first-quarter earnings and revenue today, hurt by the higher cost of carrots and sinking sales of its broth and canned soup. Campbell Soup, which sells fresh carrots through its Bolthouse Farms brand, said weather issues in California affected the carrot crop and caused costs to rise.

Joe Giudice, Real Housewives' husband, transfers from New Jersey prison

He's going to a federal prison in Allenwood, Pa., where he hopes he'll qualify for an alcohol rehab program. "Real Housewives of New Jersey" cast member Teresa Giudice has been recently dropping hints that she might be spitting with her husband of 18 years, Joe Giudice.

Home invader kills NJ mom 2 days after his release from jail, cops say

A South Jersey man has been accused of returning to a home he once lived in as a foster child and killing a woman who was housesitting for her friend. The 26-year-old mother from Camden was in the Woodbury home with two children when Wilson showed up to try to rob or burglarize it, authorities said.

'Justice League' has super connection to New Jersey

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Jason Momoa, from left, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher in a scene from "Justice League."

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