NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Anti-Semitic Graffiti in Audubon, Electric Cars in Collingswood, Verona Restaurant Opens in Haddonfield


Plus, a new Camden County program feeds zoo animals with greenhouse-grown crops, reactions to the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, and interviews with more Board of Education candidates.

November 5, 2018

‘Stupid Jews Die’ – Mischief Night Vandalism Reported in Audubon


Collingswood Commissioners Test-Drive Electric Cars in ZEV Promo Event

Verona Restaurant Brings Seasonal Italian to Kings Highway Nov. 1

Camden County Sustainability Program Grows Food for Philadelphia Zoo Animals


Meet the Candidates: Haddon Township School Board 2018

Meet the Candidates: Oaklyn School Board 2018

Meet the Candidates: Merchantville School Board 2018

Opinion: Squirrel Hill, Tree of Life, and the Choice to Feel







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