NJ Pen Weekly Recap: CamCo Coronavirus Case, Boathouse Embezzlement Charges, Short Hills Towne Center Fire


Plus: an Oxford House recovery home burns in Audubon and neighbors rally for its residents, charges for two Cherry Hill teens in the Tiktok ‘skullbreaker challenge’ case, a fatal hit-and-run in Pennsauken, a Camden man convicted of attempted murder, and a mulch fire at La Scala’s Birra at Cooper River Park.

First Presumptive Case of Coronavirus in Camden County, Officials Say Public Risk Low

Six Cherry Hill Businesses Burn in Short Hills Towne Center Fire

Camden County Boathouse Rowing Director Allegedly Stole $114K Intended for Cooper River Events

Police Seek Driver in Fatal Pennsauken Hit-and-Run

No Injuries Reported in Audubon Group Home Fire

Neighbors Respond After Vassar Ave Oxford House Fire

Camden Man Convicted of Attempted Murder in 2018 Cherry Hill Shooting

Two Cherry Hill Middle-Schoolers Charged in ‘Skull Breaker Challenge’ Prank

One Evacuated After Mulch Fire at La Scala’s Birra Cooper River Park



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