NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Haddon Point Apts, Linhart Sworn in, Most Welcoming Space

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Plus: Cherry Hill police pursue a robbery suspect, and remembering the life of Marvel Comics’ Stan Lee.

Pennsauken Cuts Ribbon on Haddon Point Apartments at Former Mart Site

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Ryan Linhart Sworn in as Newest Haddon Twp. Commissioner

NJ Pen Townie Awards: the Most Welcoming Space

Cherry Hill Police Investigating Armed Robberies at Rite Aid, Clothing Boutique

Remembering Stan Lee

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