April 15, 2019

CAMDEN — A school facility study that Camden officials hope will shed light on the need to build a new school has a green light to start now that the Camden Board of Education has agreed to pay half the study’s cost.

April 07, 2019

CAMDEN — Camden County has a new finance officer.


April 04, 2019

CAMDEN — Even though no one knows precisely how much a new high school in Camden would cost — or even if county officials will move forward with building one — new information about a possible price tag appears encouraging.

At a joint meeting last week of the Camden boards of…

March 23, 2019

CAMDEN — The Camden County Board of Education last week approved a two-year extension of Superintendent Joe Ferrell’s contract and a $300-a-month raise that is retroactive to the start of this fiscal year.


March 13, 2019

CAMDEN — Camden Commissioner Randy Krainiak recently listed and paid overdue taxes on business and personal property following a review by the county tax office.


March 07, 2019

CAMDEN — The Camden Sheriff’s Office is seeking funding in next year’s county budget to purchase a police dog that officials say could be used not only to search for drugs and missing persons but also investigate a range of crimes.

February 11, 2019

CAMDEN — The Camden Board of Commissioners voted unanimously last week to adopt a revised planning document that seeks to strike a balance between development and open space, set standards for commercial development, and encourage residential development in existing “village” areas such as the Courthouse district.

February 08, 2019

CAMDEN — Camden commissioners voted unanimously this week to award the county’s first-ever small business incentive grant to help Chesapeake Regional Healthcare locate a primary care clinic in the county.

The $13,460 Small Business Economic Development Grant will be reimbursed over…

January 27, 2019

CAMDEN — It will be at least a couple more months before Camden County officials are prepared to back a plan for a new high school.


January 25, 2019

CAMDEN — Officials in Camden County — home to a significant number of Coast Guard families — are encouraging Coast Guard personnel who currently are not being paid because of the partial shutdown of the federal government to apply for food stamps and other benefits.

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