NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Audubon School Security Town Hall, Phidelity Records Comes to Westmont


Plus, friends and family of the late Danielle Allen of Collingswood revisit the scene of the accident that claimed her life to hold a memorial service.

Anxiety, Rumor Flood Audubon Town Hall on School Safety

Friends, Family, Fiancee Mourn Collingswood Woman on Anniversary of Fatal Crash


Haddon Township Welcomes Phidelity Records

Water main repairs on West Clinton Avenue

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#NJMakersDay at the Haddon Township Maker Lab

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Straw poll for Borough of Collingswood residents only. How will you be voting in Tuesday's school bond referendum?DO…

Posted by NJ Pen on Thursday, March 8, 2018


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