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RUST BELT RESURGENCE: Camden, N.J.

RUST BELT RESURGENCE: Camden, N.J.

Jose "Bolo" Gonzalez poses in front of his house in the North Camden neighborhood of Camden, N.J. After getting out of prison, Gonzalez built a gym in his living room that he keeps open to the neighborhood 24 hours a day. He does not charge any fees and views the gym as his way to give back …

August 03, 2012 7:48 pm
Camden

Camden

Cooper University Hospital is one of the city's largest employers in Camden, N.J., and is behind some of the largest investments ongoing in the city. The $139 million Cooper Medical School of Rowan University held a grand opening in July and its 50 new medical recruits will begin their progr…

August 03, 2012 7:47 pm
IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

Pat Kelly, the widow of donor Bill Kelly, of Munster, gets a hug from an International Human Cadaver Prosection Program student Thursday during a ceremony honoring current and past donors at the IU School of Medicine Northwest in Gary.

August 03, 2012 12:00 am
IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

International Human Cadaver Prosection Program students honor current and past donors during Thursday's ceremony at the IU School of Medicine Northwest in Gary. On the left is Pat Kelly, the widow of donor Bill Kelly, of Munster.

August 03, 2012 12:00 am
IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

Donor Bill Kelly died at the age of 87 on Au. 7, 2011.

August 03, 2012 12:00 am
IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

IUN ceremony honors human cadaver donors

Amber Bishop, a member of a Human Cadaver Prosection team and IUN nursing school student, places a rose Thursday on a memorial honoring current and past donors during a ceremony at the IU School of Medicine Northwest in Gary.

August 03, 2012 12:00 am
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Lexi plays in the water at Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago last week.

August 01, 2012 9:46 pm
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

John Wojcik, pretreatment assistant for the East Chicago Wastewater Division, takes a water sample at Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago.

August 01, 2012 9:46 pm
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

A water quality advisory is posted at Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago.

August 01, 2012 9:47 pm
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Water samples are taken last week at Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago.

August 01, 2012 9:46 pm
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Ruth DeJong, left, and Corinne Fleming, both of Lansing, wade in the water at Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago last week. Fleming said she swims at the beach about once a week and never has gotten sick. She also never puts her head under water.

August 01, 2012 9:47 pm
Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

Officials working to solve Jeorse Park Beach E. coli mystery

The Jeorse Park Beach in East Chicago is empty last week. Halfway through this year's 97-day beach season, Jeorse Park Beach I was closed to swimmers 31 times, more than any other local beach. The adjacent Jeorse Park Beach II was closed 20 times, making it the second most closed beach.

August 01, 2012 9:47 pm
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