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Dangerous Carjacker, Light Pollution Debate Top Local News

Also this week in Collingswood, the LumberYard makes more strides toward completion, Blue Moon opens a tasting room, Old Glory flies again and police report unusual thefts.

Knife-Wielding Carjacker Draws Police from Three Towns [UPDATED]

Collingswood Police now believe the man who carjacked two women at knifepoint Feb. 20 is the same person wanted in the Feb. 15 stabbing and robbery of a Gulf gas station attendant on Route 130.

Collingswood Resident Wants to Dim Light Pollution

When she goes outside at night, Collingswood resident Suzanne Cloud looks up at the sky and is disappointed.

House Explosion Rocks Haddon Heights [UPDATE]

In his decades-long firefighting career, Haddon Heights Mayor Edward S. Forte Jr. said the home that exploded Saturday afternoon is among the biggest incidents he can recall.

Ingerman Breaks Ground on Re-Branded LumberYard

It’s a far cry from his current headquarters near the “prominent Cherry Hill location of The Inn of the Dove,” said real estate developer Brad Ingerman, but when it’s completed—sometime in the next year or so—the new digs in Collingswood should do just fine.

Unusual Thefts Reported in Collingswood

One Collingswood resident was caught redecorating her neighbor's garden, while another reported the loss of something you'd never expect to go missing.

Blue Moon Opens Tasting Parlor Saturday Night [VIDEO]

Take a virtual tour of the staging area in which owner Bobby McVicker says he's going to hold weekly samplings with recipe tryouts, wine pairings and more.

Collingswood Takeout—It's More Than Just Pizza

Quite a few of our town's premiere dining establishments offer takeout options; some may even surprise you!

Three Panthers Earn No. 1 Seeds in District 28 Wrestling Tournament

The team portion of the wrestling season saw great success for the Collingswood High School wrestling program. Now it is time for the individuals to shine.

The former Duke basketball star shutters his Haddonfield bakery six months after opening it.

Radio Upgrade Planned for Collingswood Fire Department

It's the difference between talking to someone outside the building and talking to someone across the county, Collingswood Fire Chief Keith Davis said.

4 Towns 4 Art Unearths Vibrant Local Arts Scene

The one-day event invites the public to tour 18 artists' home studios and workshops in Collingswood, Haddonfield, Haddon Township and Oaklyn.

Old Glory Flying Again Over Collingswood [VIDEO]

It was out of commission for a few months, but the massive American flag that greets drivers on their way in and out of the borough of Collingswood was once again raised Friday.

Love and Civil Unions

If you think same-sex marriage isn't worth fighting for, you've likely never had to face stonewalling and discrimination while your loved one is in the hospital, our blogger writes.

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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