Camden City Council heard an update on the status of the city's ongoing projects during its Dec. 13 work session. These 19 projects vary in scope, purpose and progression but they are all part and parcel of the city's efforts to accomplish a number of goals, including infrastructure improvement, beautification, and economic/tourism development.
The Camden Writers will hold a book launch and signing for their new book, What I Wish I Could Tell You, tonday at Books On Broad, a local independent bookstore located at 944 Broad Street in Camden. What I Wish I Could Tell You, an anthology of stories, poetry and recipes, shares its title with a poem included in the book, which reflects the common theme that echos the sense of longing expressed in those words. The aim of this book is to use the voices and stories to say what – and who – we remember, what has brought laughter, joy ...
The city of Camden will kick off the holiday season with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in front of Camden City Hall. The public is invited to attend the lighting at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Enjoy hot chocolate and holiday music featuring a small ensemble of the Camden Community Concert Band and the Camden Community Concert Choir. The city's street and electric department crews have been working hard placing decorations throughout Camden in preparation for the festivities. Come help new Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford, kick off the holiday season and "throw the switch" at the tree lighting. There ...
Camden City Council held second reading and gave final approval to the city's first applicant for special property tax assessment under the city's new Bailey Bill ordinance during its meeting Tuesday at City Hall.
Tuesday, Nov. 8, Alfred Mae Drakeford was unofficially announced as the new mayor of Camden, but on Friday, Nov. 11 there was a recount of votes for the election -- and then there was a recount of the recount.
November 15, 2016|
C-I Staff Writer