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(February 27, 2014) ArtPlace America today announced the 97 projects that have been selected as finalists for consideration for its 2014 grants to support creative placemaking.
Through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) project, students and faculty at Rutgers Law–Camden are working to address this issue for hundreds of New Jersey residents this tax season by preparing and filing tax returns at no charge.
The Camden Riversharks will be hosting a Job Fair on Saturday, March 22, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Campbell’s Field, and is open to the public.
By: Emily Bader
Congratulations to Camden-based Coriell Life Sciences for winning the global entrepreneur of the year honor and being distinguished as the world's top IBM-partner start up organization.
By: William Sokolic
Esther Mercado-Pitt moved to East Camden 15 years ago and couldn’t be happier.
“It’s beautiful and has a lot to offer,” she said at the community center at Baldwin’s Run, the spacious mix of single family and duplex homes where she lives.
This weekend the Creative Arts Jazz Band program made us so proud. Their success was made possible by the dedication of their talented director and their hard work last week, rehearsing late every night last week to perfect their performance.
Camden captured more than 3.1 million gallons of storm water each year between 2011 and 2013, thanks to the planting of 992 trees, placement of 120 rain barrels and more than two dozen green infrastructure projects.
The New Jersey Alliance for Action recently awarded Remington and Vernick Engineers the Distinguished Engineering Award for the firm's work with Cooper's Ferry Partnership.
Featuring Camden’s 2014 Sustainability Address & US EPA Funding Announcement
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