NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Woodcrest Redevelopment Plan, Bank Robbery Suspect, Rails with Trails


Plus: a Collingswood family preps a new barbecue joint for launch, changeover at Oaklyn’s Philly’s Phatties, Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust may reuse historic Bancroft building, and NJ Pen turns 5.

Cherry Hill Planning Board OK’s ‘Victory West’ Redevelopment, Visioning for ‘Victory East’ Continues

Collingswood Man Charged in Haddon Heights, Haddon Twp. Bank Robberies


Collingswood Family Flips Sweet Freedom into Macona BBQ

Philly’s Phatties Passes to New Owners


‘Rails With Trails’ Pop-Up Event Drums up Support for Atlantic Ave. Multi-Use Path

Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust Plans Residency Program at Bancroft Carriage House

NJ Pen Introduces Direct Dispatch Story and Tip Texting Service




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