Eateries Opening and Closing, Gunpoint Robbery Top Local News
Also this week in Collingswood, support pours out for the Haddon Heights explosion victims, Collingswood's school budget takes clearer shape and firefighters aren't amused by false alarms.
The FBI and Camden County Prosecutor’s Office are searching for a pair of bank robbers, one dressed rather creatively, who held up at gunpoint the Sovereign Bank in Woodlynne on Feb. 27.
Local efforts to help those hurt and displaced by the Feb. 23 Haddon Heights apartment explosion continue to take shape.
Little Louie's BBQ snuffed its smokers and closed its Haddon Avenue restaurant in Collingswood.
After a hot discussion last week, we circle back on the idea of light trespass in Collingswood to see whether some cooler heads can sift through the issues at work.
With the addition of Clay Oven Palace, Collingswood now boasts three Indian restaurants, each with their own flavors and ambiance.
In what the Christie administration calls “the largest appropriation of K-12 education dollars in the state’s history,” Collingswood got a modest bump in its state aid to schools.
In a possible breath of fresh air for weary taxpayers, Collingswood school district is heading toward a flat budget for the coming year, with the goal to collect the exact same as it did this year.
'Stop at the sign or pay a fine' is coming for you, drivers who ignore pedestrian safety laws.
The Collingswood girls basketball team bowed out of the playoffs, while a trio of wrestlers found success in the opening round of regions.
A combination of bartering and volunteerism, Time Banking is a concept for which Collingswood is well suited, says Kim Fusco.
Borough authorities report the fire alarm system in the building has been maliciously and falsely triggered at least four times since the beginning of the year.
John Elliott argues that the issues of mental health raised in Matthew Quick's novel and its silver-screen adaptation extend beyond the borders of South Jersey.
Twenty-five people—including four from Camden County—were arrested in a statewide child pornography sting, New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced Wednesday morning.
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