Week in Review: Remembering a Man Who Changed Lives

Also this week, Collingswood Police uncovered a reported stash of "wet," the mayor saw the borough through preschoolers' eyes and more.

“Wet” has been linked to violent murders in Camden. The Camden man arrested reportedly had 11 jars of it.

Sharp Preschoolers Show Maley 'Our Town'

See Collingswood through the eyes of preschoolers (hint, the Candy Jar is featured prominently).

Collingswood Remembers Dan Trainer

Old students, friends and a legion of grateful Collingswooders turned out to honor the man who shaped so many youth in athletes.

Panthers' Valentine Moving Forward

Sophomore Jeffrey Valentine scored 15 points in his first game since switching from guard to forward, and plans to make the most of his opportunity.

Collingswood Police Collar Camden Man Wanted in Five Towns

A traffic stop turned up a man wanted in several towns on warrants.

Inauguration Inspires Marriage Equality Statement from Collingswood Business

After President Obama became the first president to address gay rights in an inaugural address, Collingswood entrepreneurs decided to mark the occasion with some ready-to-wear selections.

In the Mix: Dave Downham

A recording engineer at the Haddon Heights-based Gradwell House, Downham talks about what it's like managing artist expectations and finding his niche within the booth.

Diving in the Geek End

Geeks unite—and create a calendar like you won’t see anywhere else.

Alleged Doctor Kickbacks Cost Cooper $12.6M

A Haddonfield doctor touched off an investigation into alleged kickbacks at Cooper. The hospital settled the matter in a financial deal that went public this week.

Little League Registration Open Until Feb. 2

Mark your calendar if you want your slugger up at bat on opening day.

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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