Week in Review: Bomb Threat at School, Township Crime Data Revealed
Also this week, Cinnaminson's mayor turns an eye toward flooding in town, a high school alum brings back her affordable prom dress sale and more.
A bomb threat emptied Palmyra High School Thursday, and students were sent home early.
The state's uniform crime report shows burglaries are up in Cinnaminson but other major crime data shows a decrease in the township.
Cinnaminson officials will turn town the lesser-seen areas of town for industrial complex redevelopment—and tax dollars.
Residents whose homes flood regularly—costing thousands of dollars in insurance premiums—should take note of this push by Cinnaminson’s new mayor.
Speaking of the new mayor, Ben Young took control of the gavel this week. What do you want him to focus on in the coming year?
Your government in action—check out photos from Cinnaminson’s reorg meeting.
Prom doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. A Cinnaminson High School alumna is bringing back her discount prom dress sale soon.
Your Christmas castoffs could go toward a good cause. Get the details.
Gov. Chris Christie’s State of the State focuses on the Jersey comeback, post-Sandy.
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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