A library returning to downtown Camden

    A public library is returning to downtown Camden.

    The city’s library system closed in February amid budget problems.

    The county library system took over the one remaining neighborhood branch, but the downtown branch was closed.

    Now, a portion of the Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University’s campus in the city’s downtown is going to be reconfigured for use as another county library branch.

    Officials plan to announce the timeline for the opening and other details today–we’ll get you the latest after the announcement.

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