Gov. Murphy Backs Small-Business Growth in Camden

By SNJ-Today-Staff/South-Jersey-Today/February-14-2018


Camden has landed support from Governor Phil Murphy's administration to help grow small businesses in the city.

Camden start-up looks to hire 100 local students by end of year

By Kevin-C-Shelly/Philly-Voice/February-1-2018


Camden’s past depended on making things through heavy manufacturing: metal foundries, shipbuilding, canned soup, early electronics.

The city’s future depends on a different kind of making: mental manufacturing, or the fashioning of creative ideas into businesses through technology.

And that depends on the city’s recruitment of tech-savvy millennials.

Khai Tran and Johnathan Grzybowski are counting on that paradigm shift.

Centerville Neighborhood Celebrates Grand Opening of New Affordable Apartment Community

Posted by Digital-Journal/January-17-2018

Camden, NJ - January 17, 2018 - ( 

​​​​​​With the snip of a red ribbon, the City of Camden today celebrated the latest milestone in the revitalization of the important and historic neighborhood of Centerville, at a grand opening ceremony for The Branches at Centerville. The new development brings 50 modern, energy efficient, high-quality affordable rental apartment homes to a site formerly occupied by obsolete public housing.

New Effort in Camden to Help Most Vulnerable Cardiovascular Patients

By Lilo-H-Stainton/NJ-Spotlight/January-18-2018


Initiative will focus on underlying factors, give extra clinical and social support, and attempt to drive down healthcare costs.

Camden-area patients struggling to avoid heart attack or stroke could benefit from a new suite of services that will be designed to help address the underlying factors associated with cardiovascular disease, thanks to an effort associated with Cooper University Hospital.


Education Progress Is One Key to Camden's Turnaround

By Kate-King/The-Wall-Street-Journal/January-17-2018

Gains in education have been critical to helping reduce violence in Camden, according to officials, residents and social service providers.


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