NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Newton Lake Dredge, Camden Cop Shooters Sought


Plus: Collingswood residents escape a fire, a corrections officer is accused of smuggling opioids into the county jail, Q&A with Haddonfield’s superintendent of schools, and remembering Aretha Franklin.

UPDATE: Suspect Arrested, Two More at Large in Camden Cop Shooting

$25M Newton Creek Dredge to Begin in October


M.E. Rules Parkview Drowning ‘Shallow Water Blackout’

Residents Transported from Collingswood Parkview Apartments Fire

Corrections Officer Charged with Smuggling Opioids into Camden County Jail

NJ Pen Q&A: Haddonfield Superintendent of Schools Larry Mussoline

Words of Angehr: Reflections on the Queen of Soul



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