Week in Review: Water, Water Everywhere, and Residents Unhappy
Also this week, a new business opens and another announces plans to open, Cinnaminson kids need your help to get to Cooperstown and more.
Pennsauken Creek might be the state’s waterway, but the water doesn’t discriminate—it floods Fairfax Drive regardless.
The karate studio will chop and kick its way into town in a few months, occupying an empty Route 130 spot and bringing an array of classes to town.
The urgent care facility is open for business in the Mainline shopping center. Also see: Photos & Story: Med Express Opens Today
Pop over to the Cinnaminson Community Center Sunday afternoon and help these young boys get to Cooperstown.
The Moorestown Mall will be a little less preppy soon.
The impACT test could mean the difference between recovering from a concussion or facing long-term effects.
A local doctor touched off an investigation into alleged kickbacks to physicians. Cooper settled the allegations this week with a financial arrangement.
If you plan to race in the 2013 Broad Street Run, you’ll want to know this lottery info.
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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