NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Tonewood Plans Second Brewery in Barrington, Haddon Heights to Add Brick Oven Eatery

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Plus: the chef behind The Boiling House designs a luxe location in Barclay Farms, Collingswood and Haddon Twp. seek input for a bike and pedestrian plan, a Camden man is charged with killing a Merchantville resident, and the Collingswood Cineman Society plans its eighth season of free films.

Tonewood Brewing Plans Expansion Into Barrington Lumberyard

Haddon Heights Business Owner Plans Brick Oven Restaurant for Station Ave.

Connect 2020: Collingswood, Haddon Twp. Solicit Input for Master Bike, Pedestrian Plan

Boiling House Chef Plans New Seafood Eatery for Barclay Farm Shopping Center

Camden Man Charged in Shooting Death of Merchantville Man

Collingswood Cinema Society Kicks off 2020 Season with “The Last Wave” (1977)

Great work on this multi-agency rescue on the River Line in Pennsauken last night.

Posted by NJ Pen on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

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