Week in Review: Collingswooders Crowd 1st National Night Out
This week in Collingswood news, petitioners come out against the last LumberYard phase, the borough celebrates National Night Out and Zeppoli gets another pat on the back.
“Why are we going to build, in a down real estate market, something we didn’t want in the first place?” a petitioner support asks. But the mayor says “the horse has left the barn.”
The borough’s first National Night Out was packed with fun. Did you go? Add your pictures to our gallery.
The Italian eatery continues to pull in accolades.
The pilot program should “make our good teachers great and [make] some who aren’t where they quite need to be into solid teachers,” Superintendent Scott Oswald says.
Kids as young as 5 are strapping on pads and learning what it means to have fun on the gridiron.
Harold Elliot is sentenced for killing his sister’s boyfriend after a booze-fueled Thanksgiving that ended in a shooting.
Still have some back to school shopping to do? Some of these details are still in place.