January 21, 2009 - SCC receives $1.7 million energy technology grant - CARNEYS POINT TWP. - Salem Community College has been awarded a $1.7 million federal grant to provide workforce development in the area of nuclear energy technology and sustainable energy technology.
January 14, 2009 - R.O.P.E. aims to curb gang violence - Volunteers from the Calvary Community Development Corporation (CCDC) are again reaching out to provide a specific kind of service designed for young men.
July 20, 2007 - CARNEYS POINT TWP. -- When most people hear or see the word EMMY they think of the awards ceremony held every year for television productions, but for a group of middle schoolers all throughout Salem County it stands for Empowering and Mentoring Minority Youth. Throughout the past week, Calvary Community Development Corporation (CCDC) held a pilot run of the EMMY Program on the Salem Community College campus in Carneys Point Township. The closing ceremony was held on Friday from noon to 2 p.m. The program, which provides minority youth with educational and leadership experiences, is geared toward sixth graders who are going into seventh grade in Salem County.
March 21,2007 - City council OKs resolutions to back work at apartments - SALEM A step forward was taken for the rights of Whispering Waters tenants Monday night when Salem City Council approved several resolutions to allow Independence Realty Group to move forward with a plan to improve living conditions at the deteriorating apartment complex.
December 27,2006 - Group has plans for ailing apartments - "SALEM A private group has announced plans to improve conditions at the crime-plagued Whispering Waters Apartment Complex in conjunction with the current owners of the Salem facility"
February 27, 2006 - "Leaders honored at CCDC banquet" - PENNS GROVE -- The Calvary Community Development Corporation held its annual awards banquet here Saturday evening, honoring five individuals and one group dedicated to service in their community and for their country.
February 25, 2006 - "Learning From our Past, Celebrating the Present, Anticipating the Future!" - In the winter of 1999, under the leadership and guidance of Pastor Dr. Edward W. Dorn, key members of the Second Baptist Church congregation embarked upon a journey to fulfill the vision given to its pastoral leader.
February 01, 2006 - Achievement gap in schools focus of county group - The Calvary Community Development Corporation is making improving the scholastic performance of minority students a priority in the county. On Saturday, a group of more than 30 men comprised of elected officials, educators, community leaders and fathers met at Salem Community College in an effort to formulate ideas to bridge the gap in student achievement between minority students and their counterparts.
August 28, 2005 - It takes a community to bridge an achievement gap - The achievement gap between black students and their peers won't be closed in one day or by one teacher. Rather, it will take a community working together to bridge the gap, the theme of a conference held Saturday at Salem Community College in Carneys Point Township.