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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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Camden News
Teens Eating Detergent 'Pods': Latest Web Fad Brings Big Dangers

Prompted by internet dares, dozens of U.S. teenagers in recent weeks have popped liquid laundry detergent packets from a variety of manufacturers into their mouths just to see what happens, according to the American Association of Poison Control Centers . There have been 39 reported cases of teens intentionally ingesting laundry pods during the first 15 days of 2018, poison control center statistics show.

Chef sentenced to 20 years on child porn-related conviction

Forty-four-year-old Alexander Capasso pleaded guilty earlier in federal court to conspiring with a former girlfriend to engage in the sexual exploitation of children. Charges of production and distribution of child pornography were dismissed in exchange for the plea.

Camden schools handle 100+ kids from storm-ravaged Puerto Rico

As soon as Hurricane Maria barreled through Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm in September, city officials stepped into action to prepare for an influx of families. About a third of Camden's population is of Puerto Rican descent - many with ties to family or loved ones on the island that suffered tens of billions of dollars in damage in the storm.

Dave Matthews Band to launch tour in The Woodlands

In this June 28, 2013 file photo, Dave Matthews of The Dave Matthews Band performs on stage at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, N.J. Emily Kraus , one of Matthew's fans pulled over to give a stranded cyclist a ride and realized the hitchhiker was none other than Matthews. His bike had broken down Saturday, July 13, before a show in Hershey, Pa.

Activists hope to get Murphy's ear to save their century-old high school

Attempts by alumni and local organizers to save a century-old high school in Camden have thus far failed, and officials say a wrecking ball is destined to hit the structure. But some in the community are hoping that a final push, and a new governor, can change the fate of the iconic and beloved "Castle on the Hill."

Christie signs bill giving ex-Camden mayor, other N.J. politicians bigger pensions

On his final full day in office, Gov. Chris Christie on Monday signed a controversial bill into law that will increase the pensions of former Camden Mayor Dana Redd -- a Democratic ally -- and some other elected New Jersey officials. Christie made no statement on the measure, which was one of 150 he took action on before he's set to leave office Tuesday.

Editorial: Some Bright Hopes for New York's Schools

Students at the P.S./I.S. 218 Rafael Hernandez Dual Language Magnet School in the Bronx listened as the schools chancellor for New York City, Carmen FariA a, out of focus at top left in red, read to them in September 2016. FariA a recently announced her retirement; a successor has not yet been appointed.

Trio allegedly targeted business manager in payday robbery

Authorities say Tyriek J. Bullock, 26, of West Berlin, and Zaire Aumaitre, 28, of Camden, conspired with Alicia Allen, 21, of Sicklerville, to rob a man in Woodbury. A grand jury has indicted three people in connection with an armed robbery that began with the theft of a man's lunch.

Kellyanne Conway turns to pal Chris Cuomo over Trump book

Kellyanne Conway will appear live on Chris Cuomo's new CNN show at 9 p.m. where her part in helping author Michael Wolff gain White House access will likely come up. Before going on Cuomo's brand new CNN show "Prime Time," on Wednesday night, Conway told a media insider there's nowhere she'd rather "return fire" against Wolff, whose tome "Fire and Fury" paints the White House in a very negative light.

Marilyn Manson is back from a terrifyinga accident and ready to rock Oakland

In this Aug. 2, 2015 file photo, Marilyn Manson performs in concert during the "End Times Tour 2015" at the Susquehanna Bank Center, in Camden, N.J. Manson's representative said Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017, that the singer was injured in a mishap on stage during a New York City performance and taken to a hospital.

Police seek 2 females who may have witnessed Camden's first homicide of 201837 minutes ago

Joseph A. Gambardello is online breaking news editor. A former wire service foreign correspondent and New York City newspaper journalist, he joined the Inquirer in 1995 and has worked on the city, South Jersey, features, and online desks.

Woman filmed on toilet in holding cell sues Delaware River Port Authority

A woman who was filmed using the toilet while in police custody is suing the Delaware River Port Authority for invading her privacy, alleging that the practices used by the agency's police department are unconstitutional. The suit, filed Monday in federal court in Camden, states that a hidden surveillance camera in a holding cell captured footage of Lanese Gerachis, a Camden County woman, using the toilet.

Prosecutors: Teenage boy killed in Camden street shooting

But it's not yet known what sparked the shooting, which occurred around 1:20 p.m. Monday in the area of South 29th and Clinton streets. Officers responding to 911 calls about the shooting found the 17-year-old city resident lying in the street.

Camden's 2017 murder rate was the lowest in decades. Will the trend continue?

In a city that regularly has the highest violent crime rate in the state, any decline in homicides is good news. But local police say that the murder rate for 2017 has hit a 30-year low.

Camden police can crow about homicide total | Editorial

As 2018 begins, the finger-pointers in New Jersey can leave some of their excuses at home. Preliminary tallies show the number of such killings in the state declined 7 percent in 2017.

Plan to increase some N.J. politicians' pensions heads to Christie

A controversial bill that would enhance the pensions of well-connected former Camden Mayor Dana Redd and some other New Jersey elected officials is now in the hands of Gov. Chris Christie after being rushed through the state Legislature. The state Assembly voted 41-19, with three abstentions, at the Statehouse in Trenton on Monday to give final legislative approval to the Democratic-sponsored measure less than a month after it was introduced.

David Byrne, Sylvan Esso Added to XPoNential Music Fest

Another stellar night of live music will take place on Friday, July 27 as WXPN, the non-commercial, member-supported radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, has again teamed up with promoter Live Nation to present performances at BB&T Pavilion on the Camden, New Jersey waterfront as part of WXPN's annual XPoNential Music Festival presented by Subaru. Performing on Friday July 27, 2018 at the BB&T Pavilion will be David Byrne and Sylvan Esso.

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