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Sixers Spat With Wells Fargo Could Prelude a Move to Camden

I don’t really know what to think of the Wells Fargo Center. For example, the original first sentence of this story was, “The Wells Fargo […]

Business

Company Gets $164M to Relocate to Camden

New Jersey is set to deploy even more funding to grow the Camden waterfront. American Water Works is the latest company that could cash in, getting approval […]

City Life

5 Dos and Don’ts for Flying Your Confederate Flag

Confederate flags outside #WXTU festival in #Camden called 'message of hate' http://t.co/FYaH9206Bl via @RprtrDan pic.twitter.com/aXw14AxUy5 — MetroPhilly (@MetroPhilly) June 1, 2015 The WXTU 31st anniversary […]

Foobooz

Bourdain Eats a Cheesesteak

When Anthony Bourdain finally came to Philadelphia to film one of his TV shows, he steered clear of the city’s iconic cheesesteak. But he recently came […]

City Life

Report: Two-Alarm Fire in Camden Mostly Under Control

According to several news outlets across Philadelphia, including CBS3 and Fox29, a two-alarm fire broke out on Kaighn Avenue in Camden early this morning. Pennsauken and […]

City Life

Obama Visits Camden to Talk Policing

President Barack Obama is visiting Camden today, taking a close look at the policing operations of a city that appears to be becoming safer. “The […]

City Life

Camden Police Chief Wants Officers to Use Violence Less Often

The chief of Camden County Police has always had a mission of reducing violence in the community, but now he’s choosing a novel way to […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Camden’s Long Delayed Radio Lofts Project Still … Delayed

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: the condo project has Radio Lofts in Camden is (still) stalled. It’s been around a decade since […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Camden’s ‘Waterfront Abyss’ Wins Parking Tournament

Camden has been making strides to change its image over the past few years. The state has offered huge incentives to companies willing to relocate […]

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City Life

Here’s How Camden Reduced Gunfire by Nearly 50 Percent

Yesterday Camden County released data from ShotSpotter, a gunshot detection tool that allows cities to track gunfire and develop proactive policing strategies as a result. […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Another Eminent Domain Case Leaves Owner in a Lurch

Yet another eminent domain case has popped up in the area, this time across the river in Camden. According to the Inquirer’s Jonathan Lai, real estate investor […]

City Life

Is Camden Really America’s Most Dangerous City?

Another year, another list ranking Camden as America’s most dangerous city. We’re used to it by now, right? Maybe not. Camden officials are ready to […]

City Life

Camden to Begin Demolition of Blighted Buildings

Sometimes you’ve got to tear down before you can build. That’s partly the idea behind Camden’s demolition program — starting today — that aims to […]

Things to Do

Dave Matthews Band to Play Two Dates in Camden

It’s going to be one of the hottest tickets around: The Dave Matthews Band just announced their Summer 2015 tour dates, and we in the Philly […]

Property

Another Camden Building Sold for Big Bucks

Camden’s L3 Communications Building, located at 100 Market Street near the waterfront, recently sold to commercial landlord Howard Needleman out of Cherry Hill in a […]