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05/17/2020
WE MUST ADHERE TO THE PROCESS. “However, after it was revealed that formal interviews were not conducted, one resident q...
05/15/2020
Camden Council Appoints New Members to Planning Board, Redevelopment Agency

WE MUST ADHERE TO THE PROCESS.
“However, after it was revealed that formal interviews were not conducted, one resident questioned the process”

CAMDEN, NJ — The Camden City Council on Tuesday appointed Derek Davis to a five-year term as a commissioner to the Camden Redevelopment Agency and Steven Lee to a four-year term as a member of the...

Pastors and Leaders. Join us today, May 13 from 12 noon to 12:30 PM as we pray for Camden, administrators, residents, an...
05/13/2020
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Pastors and Leaders. Join us today, May 13 from 12 noon to 12:30 PM as we pray for Camden, administrators, residents, and God‘s protection and blessing over the city. Mark your calendar, we gather on this zoom prayer call every Wednesday from 12 to 12:30 PM. Spread the word and invite your pastor.

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05/13/2020
05/12/2020
Over a third of all new cases in Camden County are from Camden. (See full report). Observe social distancing and stay ho...
05/12/2020
New COVID-19 Cases Announced in Camden County | Camden County, NJ

Over a third of all new cases in Camden County are from Camden. (See full report). Observe social distancing and stay home.

(Gloucester Township, NJ) – The Camden County Department of Health is announcing 93 additional confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This brings the aggregate number of confirmed positive cases to 4,272 in Camden County today and 218 total fatalities. “We are encouraged to see t....

Phil Murphy’s Department of Education Wants Drive-by Parades Stopped; Warns of “Negative Consequences” | News Break
05/08/2020
Phil Murphy’s Department of Education Wants Drive-by Parades Stopped; Warns of “Negative Consequences” | News Break

Phil Murphy’s Department of Education Wants Drive-by Parades Stopped; Warns of “Negative Consequences” | News Break

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – Governor Phil Murphy has said his piece on drive-by graduation parades. The practice has become the one glimmer of hope for those children locked indoors during their birthday or unable to celebrate other big occasions, like college and high school graduations. “I don’t belie...

Thank you Gidien Jen and Laura, our Morestown connection, for an additional 5 brand new Dell laptops to be given to coll...
05/08/2020

Thank you Gidien Jen and Laura, our Morestown connection, for an additional 5 brand new Dell laptops to be given to college students in Camden. Thank you, thank you, thank you on behalf of the recipients. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️

Thank you Gidien Jen and Laura, our Morestown connection, for an additional 5 brand new Dell laptops to be given to coll...
05/08/2020

Thank you Gidien Jen and Laura, our Morestown connection, for an additional 5 brand new Dell laptops to be given to college students in Camden. Thank you, thank you, thank you on behalf of the recipients. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️

Anthony "Chico" Brown2/2/1973 - 5/4/2020Another strong comrade just died within East Jersey State Prison system. As the ...
05/06/2020

Anthony "Chico" Brown
2/2/1973 - 5/4/2020
Another strong comrade just died within East Jersey State Prison system. As the Coronavirus takes another life. Gone but never forgotten. The inhumane treatment of many other prisoners continues behind closed doors.

05/06/2020

People all over the world falling to their knees, crying out to Jesus.

HEART BREAKER. N.J. inmate was set to be released this month, family says. Last week, they heard he died of coronavirus....
05/06/2020

HEART BREAKER.
N.J. inmate was set to be released this month, family says. Last week, they heard he died of coronavirus.

Rory Price died of COVID-19 while incarcerated. He was set to be released later this month, his mother, Bernice Ferguson (left), said.
By Joe Atmonavage | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
The last time Bernice Ferguson spoke to her son was on his birthday. It was March 21.
She sang “Happy Birthday” to him over the phone, with the hope that next year they would celebrate together since her son was set to be released from a South Jersey halfway house this month.
When he last spoke to his mother, Rory Price told his mother that people at the halfway house were sick and coughing and he was worried. The coronavirus had already infected thousands throughout the state.

“Can you please cover your mouth and your nose so you will not get sick?” his mother asked. “I want to see you when you come home.”
Last Friday, six weeks after the phone call, Ferguson heard from her son’s grandmother that Price had died at Inspira Medical Center Vineland. He was 39.
His death has angered the family, partially because they said they have been left in the dark by the Department of Corrections (DOC) and the hospital staff about how Price died. A medical examiner confirmed to the family Saturday that Price died of COVID-19, Ferguson said, but Price’s final days remain a mystery to the family.
“They told me absolutely nothing,” Ferguson said of the DOC and the hospital. “They gave me absolutely nothing. Me as a parent, I don’t think I should have to go through that.”
“I feel like my brother was not treated like a human being,” added his sister, Jaqueena Price. “He was treated like he was an animal. That’s how I feel. They just let him wither away and they never said anything.”
The hospital declined to comment, but a Inspira spokeswoman said “the Department of Corrections is responsible for the communications with families of hospitalized inmates.” The DOC did not return a request for comment.
At least 36 inmates incarcerated in New Jersey’s prison system have died of COVID-19 in the last month, the highest death rate of any prison system in the country. Several families have told NJ Advance Media they have received limited information from the DOC about how their loved ones died. The family of Ricky James, who died April 3 at Mid-State Correctional Facility, only learned of his death the following morning from inmates who witnessed James die. The DOC never called, they said.
Price’s family described a similar experience to NJ Advance Media.
The Camden native had been incarcerated since February 2017 on a charge of possessing a weapon while committing a drug offense. Price had been moved to one of the Kintock halfway houses in Bridgeton as the end of his sentence neared. His family said he was due to be released in May.
On April 21, the DOC contacted Price’s grandmother, his emergency contact, and told her that Price had been admitted to the Vineland hospital. The department provided no additional information until May 1 when they again called Price’s grandmother to tell her first grandson had died, the family said.
From the time he was admitted to the hospital until his death, Ferguson said her family lived through a “nightmare.” She and her daughter kept trying to get information from the hospital and to speak with Price, but they said they were rebuffed by hospital staff.
“We called all day long for days,” Ferguson said. “No one would give us any information. I said, ‘Listen, I am his mother. I gave him his name. I am his mother. Can you tell me what is going on with my son? Why was he sent to the hospital? What happened to my son?’”
The family eventually learned that Price was battling pneumonia and two days before his death, Jaqueena Price said the hospital told her that her brother was bed-ridden but was able to eat on his own. They said they felt somewhat optimistic, but Ferguson was distraught with the lack of information they were getting. She was desperate. She said she asked them at one point if hospital staff could at least relay a message to her son.
“Can you tell my son that I love him?” she asked.
Ferguson doesn’t know if that message got to him.
“We are all human,” she said. “People make mistakes. People do wrong things, but you know what, at the end of the day, they are our loved ones. Somebody loved them. Somebody cares about them.”
The family was beginning to plan a party for Price when he came home. He wasn’t married and didn’t have any children, but he was an uncle to seven nieces and nephews and they adored him, his sister said.
Now, they are left planning his burial.
“If you can be upfront with me, I could have prepared myself for my son not being here anymore,” Ferguson said of hospital and prison officials.

Great job 7-11. That’s what I call looking out for the neighborhood.
05/05/2020

Great job 7-11. That’s what I call looking out for the neighborhood.

05/03/2020

Thank God for a praying wife. My wife was unaware that I was recording her while she prayed for her 92-year-old mother at the nursing home through Zoom. This is not a show, it’s a lifestyle, I watch her pray like this every day. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Pray for me, she’s probably going to be mad that I posted this. 😂😂❤️❤️

CAMDEN WE MUST TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY. North and Central New Jersey are decreasing while we are INCREASING. 329 deaths sinc...
04/30/2020

CAMDEN WE MUST TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY.
North and Central New Jersey are decreasing while we are INCREASING. 329 deaths since yesterday. Stay home and continue to social distance.

This is why we must keep our medical personnel, front line workers and first responders in our prayers. They need the pr...
04/28/2020
Top E.R. Doctor Who Treated Virus Patients Dies by Suicide

This is why we must keep our medical personnel, front line workers and first responders in our prayers. They need the proper PPE, available counseling, and should get hazard pay and bonuses.
“Dr. Lorna M. Breen, the medical director of the emergency department at NewYork-Presbyterian Allen Hospital”

“She tried to do her job, and it killed her,” said the father of Dr. Lorna M. Breen, who worked at a Manhattan hospital hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak.

Camden will have 2 test sites for Covid-19 beginning this week. One on Mt Ephraim Avenue at the One Stop parking lot and...
04/28/2020

Camden will have 2 test sites for Covid-19 beginning this week. One on Mt Ephraim Avenue at the One Stop parking lot and the other at  Dudley Grange in East Camden. Thank you Camden County Freeholders for getting it done. We need it. #StayHome

This is such a heartbreak. Brilliant mind with such a bright future.Gone way too soon. Brimm Medical Arts alumni Abr...
04/27/2020

This is such a heartbreak. Brilliant mind with such a bright future.
Gone way too soon.
 Brimm Medical Arts alumni Abraham Tomo, whom I had the privilege of sitting on the advisory board with, passed away today. He was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer just last month. He graduated in 2009. Please pray for his family and the family at Brimm who he stayed in close contact with. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Karen Borrelli-Luke Linda Brimm
Corinne Macrina

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