Week in Review: Guilty Plea in Sex Assault, Unraveling Pizzeria's Future
These stories topped the news in Cinnaminson this week. Did you read them all?
On the day his trial was to start, a township man instead pleads guilty to sexually assaulting a 14-year-old he first met online.
The popular pizza joint’s owners are splitting up, but does that mean the end of Brother’s? Allow us to explain.
There’s little debate Cinnaminson has aging school facilities. But it’s unclear if the township can get its hands on state funds to help revamp schools.
Cinnaminson students spike the ball for Superstorm Sandy relief. Check out our photo gallery.
If you’re reading this before 3 p.m. Sunday, you still have time to walk in a winter wonderland in Cinnaminson.
The anticipation is killing us here at Cinnaminson Patch, too.
Here’s a surefire way of getting invited back for more spiked eggnog—bring a hostess gift.
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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