Week in Review: Celebrating the Holidays Locally
These stories topped the news in Collingswood this week. Make sure you read them all.
What do you mean you aren’t finished your shopping? Well, no need to leave town, check out our local gift guide.
Staying local for the holiday? Then eat local, too. Find out what’s open on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
The borough paused this week to remember the innocent people massacred in Newtown, CT.
On the first day of school after the Sandy Hook shootings, Collingswood parents and teachers come together to help students (and the adults) cope.
The newest Collingswood restaurant gives Patch an exclusive first look inside.
The money is earmarked for taxpayer relief.
It’s becoming a familiar occurrence for Heights of Collingswood residents—a nighttime kitchen fire.
Read up on this scheme so you don’t become a victim yourself.
There’s a new way to reach emergency personnel, and Camden County will help lead the way.
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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