Week in Review: Holiday Break-In, Trader Joe's, and the Best of 2012
Also: remembering Ralph Daugherty, meeting Linda Murphy of PFLAG and asking Collingswood its Christmas wish.
Did you miss any of these top news stories in the past week? We've got your week-in-review recap right here.
A stunning apartment burglary left a Collingswood woman without Christmas and birthday presents for her daughter, and heat and hot water for six days. The kicker? It coincided with an eviction notice from her landlord.
Mayor James Maley had been in negotiations to bring the offbeat grocery store to Collingswood years ago, and for a number of reasons, it just didn’t work out.
Customers expressed shock and sadness when told of the move, which comes on the heels of the imminent closing of the Superfresh market next door.
Yes, Virginia, an activist can be polite. Meet the mild-mannered Minnesota mom who is the president of Collingswood PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays).
Entertainment writer Jonathan Elliott takes a look back at the tops in pop culture of the past year. Does your list match his?
We asked a handful of folks around town if they had a wish for Collingswood this holiday season. Here's what they said.
The longtime Collingswood resident was a decorated veteran, Boy Scout leader, and led the charge to erect a monument to those lost in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.