Historic Railway Depot Re-dedicated

(Chronicle-Independent) Katrina Moses - Staff Writer

The city of Camden re-dedicated the Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot at Camden’s Amtrak Station, Seaboard Air Line Railway Depot located on DeKalb Street in Camden. Speakers included Camden...

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Temporary Road Closure - Springdale Road

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) announces a temporary road closure and detour in Camden. Springdale Road from Knights Hill Road to Liberty Hill Road will be closed and detoured beginning Friday, Nov. 11, 2016 at 6:30 p.m....

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City of Camden Recommends Voluntary Water Conservation

The Catawba-Wateree Drought Management Advisory Group (CW-DMAG) announced continued dry weather conditions and above-average temperatures have placed the Catawba-Wateree River Basin in Drought Stage 1.

Stage 1 is the second of five drought stages...

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City To Hire Full-time Main Street Program Manager

The City of Camden, SC is now accepting applications for a full-time Main Street SC Program Manager responsible for coordinating marketing, communications, promotional and collaboration initiatives in a cooperative effort between the City,...

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City of Camden Accepted Into Main Street SC Program

Main Street South Carolina, a program of the Municipal Association, is a comprehensive revitalization approach that promotes the historic and economic redevelopment of traditional business districts in South Carolina. Established in 1984, Main...

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Pull! Joe Cantey and Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports

Pull! is a great article on Joe Cantey, owner of Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports, in the latest Columbia Metro Magazine.

Discover Camden

October is Fire Prevention Month

With cooler weather setting in, the days getting shorter and the leaves beginning to turn. You know that summer is coming to an end and winter is near. What do you get excited about at this time of the year? Football games and sitting around a...

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Hurricane Matthew Update

The City of Camden is experiencing power outages, lines down, and trees in the roadway.  For your safety, we ask for everyone to stay off the roadways unless you have to be on the road.  Due to the wind, we are still having trees falling on...

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Preparation for Hurricane Matthew

As Hurricane Matthew starts moving towards South Carolina, the City of Camden is expected to have rain and winds beginning late Friday evening into Saturday.  

Due to the Hurricane, there is a possibility of power outages and other damage to the...

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New Addition to the Camden Police Department

The Camden Police Department won a SECOND 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Networks (SCLEN)





A drawing took place in Florence the week of September 19th at the SCHP Troop 5 Office.  Only two...

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We All Live Downstream

Water sustains all life and that water is recycled and cleaned via ground infiltration, evaporation and various forms of precipitation (snow, sleet and rain). Rain, our most common form of precipitation, provides essential moisture for all living...

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Citizens Planning College: Historic Preservation Accepting Applications

The City of Camden is proud to present Citizens Planning College, a program that will teach the “ins and outs” of city planning in Camden. Each class in the program is devoted to topics taught by the Planning Staff and/or a special guest...

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Bloomsbury Inn Wins Accolades From Discover South Carolina

Once again Bloomsbury Inn is in the news for excellence. 

Discover South Carolina has a great article on the scrumptious breakfasts served at five very special Bed and Breakfast Inns in South Carolina.  No surprise that Katherine and Bruce...

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New Pedestrian Kiosks

The City of Camden is working to make it easier for visitors -- and locals -- to find their way around town. From gateway, destination, directional and parking signage, Camden’s Wayfinding Signage Program is smoothly unfolding throughout the...

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