NJ Pen Weekly Recap: PATCO Assailant, House Fire in Heights, Tri-Town Taco Crawl


Plus: Haddonfield Mayor Neal Rochford walks us through the year ahead in his town, a Pennsauken man is charged in a shooting in Brooklawn, Le Cafe Creperie pushes the borders of French cuisine, and our roundup of Super Bowl snack recipes from local restaurants.

PSEG gas installations in Haddon Township will close Cuthbert Boulevard between West Park and MacArthur Boulevards from…

Posted by NJ Pen on Friday, February 1, 2019

This May, NJ Pen will complete its fifth trip around the sun. In those five years, we've grown to reach 350,000 people…

Posted by NJ Pen on Sunday, February 3, 2019
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