Week in Review: Flattening Eyesores
Also this week, Pepperidge Farm opens in Cinnaminson, the mayor answers your Cinnaminson wish list and more.
Cinnaminson will be free of a major blighted property soon when an old gas station gets torn down.
Speaking of knocking down eyesores, Barone’s is a thing of the past. Check out the photos.
A new community center, a farmer's market and an updated township website are among the issues talked about. Find out what Mayor Ben Young has to say.
There’s still time to get good deals for the big game. Here are some local options.
A longtime Cinnaminson resident shares her memories of the township’s old days.
Field usage is a top priority for the parks and recreation department this year… but some commenters want to see an adult playground instead.
John Melchiorre, hairstylist and businessman, has been washing, cutting and styling the locals for decades.
Goldfish! Need we say more?
Two homes were hit in as many days. In a town with not many burglaries, Riverton Police are asking the public if they saw anything amiss.
Sabol, a late Moorestonian, founded NFL Films and has drawn praise from NFL’s commissioner and state politicians alike.
Philly loses out on another championship as the Wing Bowl crown goes to a New Englander.
The accused twisted a 7-Eleven clerk's wrist after trying to steal the bank deposit, police said.
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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