Week in Review: Big Business News All Around
This week saw two longtime businesses close or prepare to close, plus the brave act of a Cinnaminson woman who encountered a house on fire in Moorestown and more.
The last order is up at Harvest Diner, and Michael Fisher offers this appreciation of his go-to diner. Read more about the closing at Harvest Diner Closing Sunday.
This town—well this across-the-street location—isn’t big enough for two party stores, so longtime Delran shop Party Land is closing up as Party City takes over its turf.
A Cinnaminson woman rushed into a burning house to help wake up two people who didn’t know their home was on fire.
It’s an expensive hobby, but tooting the tuba in a professional marching band is this Cinnaminson grad’s dream. You can help him continue with it.
Welcome to West Broad Street Luncheonette in Palmyra, where everybody knows your name.
When technology quickens our pace, columnist Janet Tumelty finds comfort in slowing down a bit with some old-fashioned pictures.
If you suffered Sandy damage, time is running out to apply for aid.
These are just a few of the many stories Cinnaminson Patch brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive for the full list.
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