NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Community Grieves Shamrock Deli Owner as Case Proceeds, DRPA Toll Freeze

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Plus: Collingswood breaks ground on its new public safety building, Pennsauken mourns the loss of longtime public servant Rick Taylor, Audubon holds park-naming contest for schoolchildren.

By Matt Skoufalos | January 13, 2020

‘I Felt a Collective Strength’: Shamrock Deli Family Thanks Neighbors at Vigil

‘This is Just Unacceptable’: Audubon Deli Staff Mourn Owner as Sympathies Pour in

Accused Shamrock Deli Killer Held Awaiting Trial, Detectives Located Suspect from Job Application

DRPA Freezes Bridge Tolls Through 2022, PATCO Ridership Highest in 25 Years

Collingswood Breaks Ground on $10M Joint Police & Fire Building

Pennsauken Mourns Former Mayor Rick Taylor

Audubon Asks Resident Kids to Help Name New Park

Squall-o-vision. Thanks US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly for the vid.

Posted by NJ Pen on Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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