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Bites: Happenings in the southern NJ restaurant world
The Pop Shop , the popular Collingswood soda fountain with a penchant for inventive grilled cheese sandwiches and all-day breakfast, was recently featured on "Throwdown with Bobby Flay" on the Food Network.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Find Open Houses in Collingswood This Weekend
Patch is working with Zillow to bring you the latest in real estate news near you.
Footlighters to Perform Avenue Q May 2-17
The Burlington County Footlighters conclude the 2013-14 season with a performance of Avenue Q at The Playhouse in Cinnaminson May 2-17.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Jersey Journal
PATCO's Collingswood, Ferry Avenue stations to see parking lot construction
The parking lot construction at the Collingswood and Ferry Avenue PATCO stations is expected to last up to seven months.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Dining out: Nunzio's in Collingswood offers regional Italian fare with flair
Nunzio Ristorante Rustico opened its doors in 2003. One of the first restaurants to pop up in downtown Collingswood, today, several different eateries line Haddon Avenue.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
NJ Prosecutors Hand Out Victim Service Awards To Difference Makers
Prosecutors in four South Jersey counties, and their offices, filled the Collingswood Grand Ballroom Thursday to honor their own during National Crime Victims' Rights Week.
Former child star dishes on abuse in Hollywood
Feldman, 42, starred in a string of blockbusters and cult classics in the 1980s that Generation Xers and their siblings probably played over and over on VHS tapes until they broke.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
New Jersey man's petition urges friendlier skies
Portrait of Collingswood resident Vincent D'Adamo, general manager of Stella Rossa's restaurant in Philadelphia, April 4, 2014 in Philadelphia.
Did You See This? Wild Turkeys Spotted in Collingswood Wednesday Morning
Patch reader Linda Adams spotted four wild turkeys "taking a stroll down Virginia Avenue about a block away from Knight Park" in Collingswood just before 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The Record: Cost of transparency
IN AN incredible case coming out of southern New Jersey involving two news-gathering organizations and the Collingswood Board of Education, a ruling could come down soon that would have a devastating effect on those news groups and on any individual who believes in the spirit of open government.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Fitch Rates Collingswood Borough, New Jersey's GOs 'A+'; Outlook Stable
The bonds have a scheduled final maturity of Feb. 15, 2024. The bonds are secured by the borough's full faith and credit and the levy of ad valorem taxes upon all taxable real property in the borough without limitation as to rate or amount.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
For Sale on Patch: Clown Bust, Sailboat, Designer Sunglasses
Written by Christina Johnson Patch's busy Buy-Sell-Trade announcement board is a free online marketplace for local people to buy, sell and trade items online.
Asbury Park Press
Public records law not just for those with deep pockets
It is mentioned often by news media explaining how it got information, but it was designed for individual citizens, too.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Don't let them put open records on ice in NJ: Editorial
If you've lived through South Jersey's development booms, you may know what can happen when neighbors band together to oppose a housing tract or shopping center.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Carolyn Wynn Steele
Carolyn Wynn Steele left this sorry world for a much better one March 27, 2014, at Wiley Mission Retirement Community, Marlton, N.J. Carolyn was born to Clifton B. and Ruby Virginia Saxton Dec. 7, 1926, in Camden, N.J. having one brother, Clifton B. Saxton Jr. She grew up in Collingswood, N.J., graduating in the high school class of 1944.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
Art on the move: 8 Camden County towns host studio tour
Two dozen artisans from Camden County will open studio spaces on Saturday, April 5 to potential customers and those just curious about how items of ceramic, glass, canvas and leather are put together to create something you'll want to wear or display in your home.
Day care's closure could be 'devastating' to students
Gloucester County College is drawing criticism over the planned closing of a longtime day care facility on its Deptford campus.