Gov. Chris Christie went to Camden to herald a reboot of the police department patrolling the state's most crime-ridden city and said Tuesday he expects to soon announce progress on economic development there.
The schools superintendent in Camden plans to open a residential public school for homeless and other high-risk children as part of his plan to improve education in a city that ranks among the nation's poorest.
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