NJ Pen Weekly Recap: NJ Primaries, CamCo Drops Library Fines, Ben Franklin Bike Ramp


Plus: a Pennsauken woman is missing and believed endangered, Oaklyn firefighters rescue a man stuck on a bridge over the Newton Creek, and the gluten-free Bleu Bear Bakery opens in Haddonfield.

By Matt Skoufalos | June 9, 2019

NJ Pen 2019 Primary Election Results: Incumbents Hold Off Challengers

Camden County Library System Eliminates Late Fees for Most Items


Oaklyn Fire Dept. Rescues Audubon Park Man from Black Horse Pike Bridge

Pennsauken Woman Missing, Feared Endangered


DRPA Opens Bike Access Ramp to Ben Franklin Bridge

Gluten-Free Bleu Bear Bakery Takes Over Former Posh Pop Spot in Downtown Haddonfield


NJ Pen Voter Guide to the 2019 New Jersey Primary Elections




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