NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Body in Newton Lake Park, Narcan Bulk Buys

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Plus: suspects are charged in bank robberies in Collingswood and Camden, Merchantville Police bring on a new chief, and Espressit Coffee House in Westmont is looking for a new owner.

UPDATE: Body of Cherry Hill Man Recovered in Newton Lake Park Sunday

CamCo Health Systems Team up to Buy Narcan in Bulk

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Cherry Hill Man Charged in Collingswood Bank of America Robbery

Pennsauken Man Charged in Camden Bank Robbery

Changeover at Merchantville PD: Bauer Retires, Grassia Promoted to Chief

Espressit Coffee House Owner to Sell

BUT WHERE'S ALL THE SNOW? Relax, it's coming. US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly predicts eight to 12…

Posted by NJ Pen on Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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Dinner time at Newton Lake

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