Collingswood’s Reality TV Close-Up, Stabbing Charges Top Local News
Also this week in Collingswood, the town has a new deal with firefighters, a restaurant week is coming up, a 10-year-old extols the virtues of borough living and more.
The scaffolding set up around DiBartolo Bakery this week wasn’t just for construction—the Food Network also filmed a reality show there.
After the film crew left town, the bakery debuted its makeover, new logo and a new slogan.
Less than a year after he was released from prison, 34-year-old Zedrick T. Johnson could be headed back there soon, and for a long time.
As Raquel Nunn, who suffered severe injuries in the Haddon Heights apartment explosion, continues to recover, she had one piece of good news this week: Her cat Leo was found.
A Collingswood parent means business when she catches her son allegedly breaking into cars in the Heights of Collingswood.
What does 10-year-old Joseph Degenhart love about his hometown? 'We can always hear the bells ringing and we can always hear the train, even in our sleep.'
Like many labor negotiations of the day, new hires are going to find their salary and benefits reduced as the borough offsets the costs of salary increases within the 2 percent cap.
The annual celebration offers four-course prix fixe meals at independent restaurants throughout the tri-county area, and at many Collingswood eateries.
Timothy Polijczuk was charged Monday with leaving the scene of an accident that killed a 67-year-old Gloucester Township woman.
Joanna Mills writes there is 'no reason why Collingswood can’t be better academically than what it currently is.' Superintendent Scott Oswald offers his response as well.
Paul Hartstein, who retired in 2011 after 45 years of firefighting in Camden County, died March 6. He was 62.
Christopher McNabb has worked in poverty-stricken areas throughout the world, striving to combat human rights violations and more.
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