NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Missing Collingswood Child Recovered, Florida Man Faces Federal Charges


Plus, a former owner of The Irish Mile will reincarnate the business in Runnemede, Haddonfield caterers open a donut shop, and New Jersey’s U.S. legislators visit Camden to talk education reform.

UPDATE: Florida Man Facing Federal Charges After Meeting up with Collingswood Girl

UPDATE: Collingswood 12-Year-Old Recovered in Philadelphia, Florida Man Detained for Questioning


Booker Stumps for Norcross, Highlights Federal Teacher Bill in Camden Visit

Irish Mile, Haddonfield RunningCo Owners to Revive Antoinetta’s Bistro as ‘The Mile’

Haddonfield Donut Company to Deliver Gourmet Treats to Tanner Street


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