NJ Pen Weekly Recap: $20M Newton Creek Dredge, Ohio-Camden Gun Ring Bust-Up

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Plus, Gov. Phil Murphy talks gun laws in Cherry Hill, and a look ahead at priorities for 2018 in Haddon Township.

$20M Newton Creek Cleanup Could Resolve Longstanding Community Environmental Issues

Seven Charged in Ohio-to-Camden Gun Ring

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Murphy Stumps for Tougher NJ Gun Laws in Cherry Hill Visit

Agenda 2018: Haddon Twp. Looks Ahead to Target, More Pop-Up Events

A porch fire of as-yet-undetermined origin on Lecato Avenue in Audubon tonight drew an all-hands call. Nobody seems to…

Posted by NJ Pen on Sunday, February 11, 2018

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