CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) -- Can computer coding help turn this impoverished city around? One nonprofit group thinks so, and is bringing together youths and professional programmers for Camden's first "hackathon" this weekend.
A handful of southern New Jersey and Philadelphia businesses are planning to move into office space on Camden's formerly industrial waterfront in the latest development in a citywide revitalization effort driven by tax incentives.
New Jersey's top court ruled Tuesday that the public should have had a chance to vote on an ordinance that would have derailed the police department reboot in Camden, one of the nation's most crime-ridden places.
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