Harvest Diner Updates, New Cinnaminson Website Top Local News
Also this week, Lutheran Social Ministries goes after big money to complete the Cinnaminson Home project, a Route 130 eyesore is closer to coming down and more.
Who are the new owners? What will it be called? What month is it expected to (re)open? We have your answers.
The long-abandoned gas station at Route 130 and Willow Drive is still standing while the owners continue to prep the site for demolition.
Lutheran Social Ministries is seeking funding for the senior housing complex, including one source that could cover roughly 70 percent of the cost, says a spokesman.
Does Cinnaminson's website need some work done? The township administrator thinks so.
Check out our list of drink and dinner specials at area bars and restaurants this weekend—and tell us what we missed.
Our series about a local boy fighting a horrible disease shows the amazing fight of this 7-year-old and his family’s struggle to find larger meaning in his death. Part 2: 'Tremendous Fighter, Little Angel' Defies Odds Against Rare Disease Part 3: 'Sean's Love is Living on in Everybody'
Township administrator Frank Locantore says he's trying to get information out to residents who have sustained flood damage in recent years.
Looking for household items for bargain prices? Check out the revamped ReStore in Cinnaminson, the retail arm of Burlington County Habitat for Humanity.
Have you checked out Patch’s new car column yet?
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