NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Student Walk-Outs, School Bond Votes, Child Porn Charges

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Plus: Donald Norcross kicks off his reelection campaign in Collingswood, Brigandi’s Barbering Co. opens in Audubon, and a Collingswood man is sentenced to 32 years for sexually assaulting a teenager.

National School Walkout Lifts Student Voices, Calls for Unity

Pennsauken Approves $36M School Bond, Collingswood Shoots Down $14M Project

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Posted by NJ Pen on Thursday, March 15, 2018

Election Tuesday: Collingswood, Pennsauken to Vote on School Bond Projects

Norcross Kicks Off U.S. Congressional Re-Election Bid in Collingswood

Student assembly at Haddon Township High School 3-14-18

Students at Haddon Township High School hold an assembly in support of victims of school violence. They filled 17 minutes with remarks from student council leaders, a choir performance, and moments of silence. Do you have a memory or photo from the #NationalSchoolWalkout? PM us to be included in our coverage. Full story here: https://www.njpen.com/national-school-walkout-lifts-student-voices-calls-for-unity/

Posted by NJ Pen on Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Brigandi’s Brings Back Barbering to Audubon

Oaklyn Man Arrested for Child Porn Possession, Distribution

Collingswood Man Sentenced to 32 Years for Sexual Assault of 13-Year-Old Boy

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