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Why Campbell Soup is Betting $125 Million on Startups

How does a 147-year-old food company reinvent itself in the face of a seismic shift in the way people eat? Partner with young, innovative startup companies […]

Business

Sixers Release Rendering, Photos of Camden Practice Facility

The Sixers have released a new rendering and a few construction photos for its new practice facility and corporate headquarters in Camden. The team also […]

Business

Court: No, Cooper Hospital Can’t Be Camden’s Sole Paramedic Provider

Cooper University Hospital and Virtua have been battling for months over a controversial new law allowing Cooper to effectively take over paramedic services in Camden County. But on […]

Subuaru - Camden HQ groundbreaking
Business

Will New Subaru HQ Really Revitalize Camden? Um, Maybe.

Subaru put on quite the dog-and-pony show today. Outside an enormous tent, the company set up a display of four Subarus from its history in the […]

Property

Here’s What Subaru’s New Camden HQ Will Look Like

Subaru held an elaborate groundbreaking today for its new Camden headquarters in the Gateway District, next to the Campbell’s Soup Company. Subaru’s headquarters is the […]

Property

Groundbreaking at Subaru’s New U.S. Headquarters in Camden set for Next Week

Subaru of America will break ground on its new U.S. corporate headquarters next week, as the company officially cements its move from nearby Cherry Hill […]

City

These Texts from Camden Corrections Officers Are Incredibly Racist

The Courier-Post made an open records request recently, asking for the text messages that got nine corrections officers dismissed at the Camden County Jail. After […]

Things to Do

Susquehanna Bank Center to Change Its Name … Again

If you’ve ordered tickets for an upcoming show at Susquehanna Bank Center, don’t be thrown for a loop when they arrive with the name BB&T Pavilion […]

Things to Do

WATCH: Video Captures Colorful Philly Sunset From Camden’s Waterfront

Camden. Our New Jersey neighbor may rarely cross our minds, but a new video from filmographer Cory J. Popp gives us just the reason to make […]

Business

Why Camden and Its $1 Billion in Tax Breaks Isn’t Growing at Philly’s Expense

Since September 2013, when Gov. Chris Christie signed into law New Jersey’s Economic Opportunity Act of 2013, the state has approved more than $2 billion in […]

Business

$253 Million to Relocate HQ to Camden

Can New Jersey revitalize Camden with tax credits? That remains to be seen, but the state sure is trying. New Jersey awarded one of its largest […]

Foobooz

Cooper River Whiskey Heads into the Wild

Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 1st, Cooper River Distillers is going to be distributing its Single Run Series Whiskey outside of the distillery for the first time. 22 bottles […]

Foobooz

Donkey’s Place Owner Passes Away

Robert A. Lucas, owner of Camden landmark, Donkey’s Place died Friday, at age 75. His Donkey’s Place was known for its unique cheesesteak, served under a mountain […]

Property

Renovation Plans Afoot for Vacant Warehouse Next to Ben Franklin Bridge

Hold your horses, Old City-ites. The warehouse in question is located on the other side of the Delaware River. But like several Old City properties, […]

Things to Do

Dave Grohl Will Perform in Camden Tonight From a Throne He Designed While He Was High

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is still recovering from a broken leg he suffered at a show in Sweden last month. The accident forced him […]