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Camden, CWGExpress forecastForecast in detailToday’s windiness dies down tonight into tomorrow, with rain chances going up slightly by Saturday night into Sunday.D.C.-area forecast: A chilly wind today, then slowly warmer into next week|A. Camden Walker|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
He put me in charge of the Camden label, the economy line subsidiary, because it was supposed to fold.
She supervised recordings by the Living Strings, an ad hoc studio orchestra that did symphonic and chamber renditions of standards and pop songs and ran the record company’s Camden budget line.
“What goes on outside of the school day for that student is going to impact their success,” said Megan Lepore, director of development and sustainability at the Center for Family Services, which administers Camden’s Promise Neighborhood grant.As Harlem Children’s Zone moves to export its model nationwide, other city programs offer cautionary tales|Amadou Diallo|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
WNYC reported on how a company in Camden, New Jersey, provided a false answer on an application for tax breaks, leading the state to freeze the tax break pending further investigation.ProPublica Selects Six Public Broadcasting Projects for Local Reporting Network|by ProPublica|August 21, 2020|ProPublica
It does not sound like the sort of thing we would want in Camden.
“It sounds horrible,” Camden Green Party Councillor Sian Berry told The Mirror.
It would come through to Camden Station, Baltimore, without stop, and we could have our circulation hustlers waiting for it there.The Stacks: H.L. Mencken on the 1904 Baltimore Fire|H.L. Mencken|October 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The ceremony was led by the mayor of Camden, Jonathan Simpson.
It's not like I came up on the mean streets of Camden, or come from a long line of dockworkers.
The antiquarian Camden, were he to revisit Yarmouth, would not be a little astonished at what he would see.
Besides, as Camden remarks, the fact was a confirmation of what the common people of his time remarked.
He treated Grafton with extreme coldness, and Camden, who had sneered at him in his absence, at once followed his lead.
The aged Camden, however, spoke strongly in its favour, and it was carried in spite of the chancellor's opposition.
Never was debut so successful, as Chloe's first appearance in Camden Place.The Widow's Dog|Mary Russell Mitford