Week in Review: Burglar Gets a Scare, New Businesses Finally Open
These stories topped Cinnaminson news this week. Make sure you read them all.
A Devon Road homeowner got, and gave, a scare this week.
Our thoughts are with South Jersey Patch sports writer Eric Schwartz, his wife and their family as they cope with losing Mary Sherlach to the Newtown, CT, shootings.
Barbara Hunter was the owner and founder of the beloved Hunter’s Farm Market.
Head out any time past 6 p.m. to the Proctor house for an amazing Christmas spectacular.
If you didn’t read this story the day it came out, you missed the big opening news. Get caught up now.
A Cinnaminson family, including two high school students, makes it out of their home in time, but they’re displaced for now.
Voting is open in the NJ101.5 concert until Monday morning—let’s help send the Music Makers to victory.
Check out who’s hitting the books at CHS.
Middle school students got a peek into the White House and other national treasures during a trip to Washington, DC.
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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