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Hundreds at risk of water shutoffs in Camden’s semi-privatized water system

Jasmine Walker, 25, of Waterfront South and her two daughters had their water shutoff in July by American Water, the for-profit company that leases Camden's water system. Hundreds more are at risk of a shutoff.

There’s a $50,000 reward for capture of gunmen who shot Camden police officers

Investigators recover van believed to be used in the attack on Camden County police detectives.

Officer in fatal Deptford strip mall shooting is praised as a role model. He’s also accused of assaulting two women.

The Deptford police officer under investigation for fatally shooting a suspected shoplifter who allegedly tried to run him over to escape had been accused of roughing up two other women during previous encounters with one and reached a $20,000 settlement last year in a civil rights lawsuit against the veteran officer.

They deliver in snow, rain, heat, and gloom of night. But on this Camden street, fleas have chased away the mail carriers.

A flea infestation in Camden got so bad that even postal workers will not go down the block

Christine Horner, 56, North Philly crossing guard, caregiver, Phillies fan

Christine "Chris" Horner spent the last ten years of her life brightening the corner of Fourth and Champlost St. as a crossing guard and caring for her sick father, who now survives her.

After fatal strip mall shooting, lack of dashcams under scrutiny in Deptford

When a Deptford Police office shot an unarmed shoplifting suspect last month, the incident highlighted Deptford Township's lack of police in-car cameras and body-worn cameras. It's the only town in Gloucester County yet to adopt the technology.

Prosecutors: Man killed Vineland woman, dismembered her corpse and set it afire

The Vineland man charged with dismembering and burning the corpse of a woman was charged Monday morning with murder after investigators tied the man to the death.

In Camden, bike sharing rolls out of town early

China-based bike sharing company ofo launched in Camden just two months ago and they're already pulling out, cutting short a six-month commitment.

‘Thousands and thousands of little stinging cells.’ Dangerous Portuguese man-of-war spotted in Wildwood

A venomous Portuguese man-of-war was spotted on the shore in Wildwood on July 5.

‘Within this city … there is this beautiful river.’ South Jersey canoe program aims to expand horizons and change lives

Founded three years ago and staffed mainly by Camden high school students, RiverGuides takes Camden residents out of the concrete city and shows them the city from a new point of view: the Cooper River.