Week in Review: Dealing with Horrific Tragedy
These stories topped Collingswood news this week. Make sure you read them all.
Collingswood Patch sports writer Eric Schwartz talks about his mother-in-law Mary Sherlach, who was gunned down in Newtown, CT.
As incomprehensible as this week’s massacre in Connecticut is, children will probably have questions. Here’s how to answer them.
Online reviews can make or break a small business and some entrepreneurs aren’t taking bad reviews laying down.
An alert neighbor helps shut down a robbery in progress.
Haddon Ave. was lit to the hilt Friday for the annual parade of lights. Add your pictures to our gallery!
A special investigator looking into claims of racism in Collingswood schools has gone through more than half of the allotted money, but there is no timeline for conclusions.
Once she steps onto the hardwoods, she’s coach, not mom—that’s not always easy for Collingswood girls’ basketball coach Nancy O’Neill, mom to three players.
He draws suspect sketches (that sometimes look nothing like the perp), he builds impossibly large sets, he sings and dances—is there anything police officer Chuck Jackson can’t do?
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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