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January 24, 2023

CAMDEN, NJ – Want a say on using public transit in the city? Two public information sessions will be held on January 30 by New Jersey Transit on the planned Walter Rand Transportation Center, which will undergo a $250-million modernization. The transit agency calls its project "customer ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – For nearly 100 years, the building and its yard full of electrical equipment powered Camden homes and businesses. Sitting near the Delaware River waterfront, it has seen massive change in the city since 1927, including the rise – and fall – of the Riverfront State Prison, which was ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – When Ablett Village was constructed, World War II had just begun, and housing was needed for defense workers and their families as wartime production accelerated across the nation. Eighty years later, those aging, squat brick buildings once intended to help the war effort house more ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – A warehouse complex proposed for Admiral Wilson Boulevard would have 122 loading docks and 72 tractor-trailer parking spaces when all stages of the project are complete, according to plans filed with the city Planning Board. The development by applicant Matrix Admiral Wilson ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – While the main role of the planned light-rail line between the city and Rowan University would be to move people, the 18-mile route also would grow the economies of communities along the way, including Camden, according to its proponents. The Glassboro-Camden Line (GCL), with its ...

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CAMDEN, NJ – Although it will take nearly four years to complete, a pedestrian/bicyclist bridge under the Ben Franklin Bridge connecting Camden's waterfront to Cooper's Poynt Park will be designed beginning in January. The bridge, estimated to cost $5.2 million in design and construction, would ...

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CAMDEN, NJ—On the corner of Copewood and Davis streets, hidden behind overgrown bushes and weeds, lies the abandoned Camden Laboratories site. It sits caddy-corner to one of the city’s high schools, Brimm Medical Arts Academy, and is near the baseball fields, football fields and playgrounds of ...

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