Week in Review: Business Changes on Haddon Ave.
This week in Collingswood, one business prepared to close while another is enjoying early success, an alleged drunken driver goes berserk and more.
Haddon Avenue’s faith-based shop closes its doors after six years. “We’ve helped a lot of people on their faith journey,” the owner says.
The new hibachi brings a show, but also great food, to Collingswood, our food writer says.
It’s not often a drunk-driving suspect flags down a police officer, but that’s what Collingswood Police say this borough woman did—before allegedly delivering a crotch kick to an emergency responder.
Collingswood can’t pull itself out of an early hole as the Panthers fall to West Deptford in boys’ basketball.
Collingswood adds two shiny new cars to its police fleet. What do you think?
Check in with the winter sports teams as their seasons are in full swing.
Louis Cappelli Jr. outlines what’s going on and what’s to come in Camden County this year. Find out what he has to say on the county police force and more.
You’ve made your New Year’s resolution (and you’re sticking to it, right?) but we want to know what resolutions you’d make for Collingswood this year.
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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