NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Police-Social Worker Embeds, Haddon Twp. Master Plan

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Plus: a look inside King’s Road Brewing in Haddonfield, part four of our Local Controls series, and police look for help identifying suspects in a pair of gas station robberies.

December 23, 2019 

Camden County Pilot Project Embeds Social Workers into Pine Hill Police Department

Stormwater Management, Land Use Regs Top Haddon Township Master Plan Update

Bigger is Better at New King’s Road Brewing Company in Downtown Haddonfield

Local Controls: Part IV — Radical Change Starts with Incremental Change

Heads up, folks: authorities are trying to ID these men, whom they say are suspects in a couple of gas station robberies.

Posted by NJ Pen on Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Ashland Station upgrades in effect, more to follow…

Posted by NJ Pen on Tuesday, December 17, 2019

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