NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Camden Slave Trade Historical Marker, Heights to Add Brewery

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Plus: a Cherry Hill entrepreneur opens a sneaker boutique in Haddonfield, police seek suspects in the burglary of the North Camden Little League snack stand, and year three of the Haddon Twp. Summer Solstice.

Camden Historical Marker Acknowledges City’s Role in Colonial Slave Trade

Haddon Heights Planning Board Greenlights Downtown Brewery

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Haddonfield Welcomes Sneaker Boutique Bellani x Margari

Police Looking for Leads in North Camden Little League Snack Stand Burglary

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Here Comes the Sun: Haddon Township Summer Solstice Returns for Year Three

Recapping the 2019 Haddon Township Summer Solstice.

Posted by NJ Pen on Sunday, June 23, 2019

Time-lapse video of flooding and clean-up at the PATCO Woodcrest station yesterday.

Posted by NJ Pen on Friday, June 21, 2019

Here's a heads-up for members of Crystal Lake Pool – with storm damage to the property, you can catch your laps at Roberts Pool in Collingswood until things are set to rights.

Posted by NJ Pen on Thursday, June 20, 2019

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