Razed Buildings, Entrepreneurs Helping Each Other Top Local News
Also this week, Collingswood's mayor vlogs about the old Zane School sale, women learn moves to protect themselves, Collingswood searches for its top volunteers and more.
Look around your favorite Haddon Avenue shops these days, and you might be surprised at what’s in their inventories.
Although he knew the work was imminent, Verde Salon owner Kevin Gatto was taken aback when the kick-off to Phase III of the LumberYard construction began. At least he had a front-row seat to the show.
In his video blog, Collingswood Mayor James Maley gives a walking tour of the property and explains the borough perspective on its sale to Kitchen & Associates.
The Collingswood coffee shop manager is part barista, curator, and booking agent. She tells Patch about her new venture into jewelry-making.
The most recent subject 'I Am Collingswood' is a cribbage fan—not canasta, as initially reported—but our story helped him discover a relative in town.
The Collingswood High School wrestling team wanted to be at its best when it traveled to take on No. 1 Paulsboro on Thursday.
The statistics are overwhelming, says Andrew Faupel, sensei-owner of Kenkojuku Karate: women are far more likely than men to be the victims of violent crime.
The borough is taking nominations for the best of the best of your neighbors for National Volunteer Month in April. Get your submissions in now!
What could be better than getting up early on a Sunday morning and treating yourself to a hot breakfast at a local restaurant?
Jean Gaasch, 82, passed away at her Moorestown home last weekend. For 40 years, she helped build and strengthen the nonprofit Perkins Center for the Arts.
The Camden Diocese officially has a new bishop after Dennis Sullivan was installed Tuesday before a full church of supporters.
These are just a few of the many stories Collingswood Patch brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive to see everything we published.
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