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Friends of the Library: Helping However They Can

In Collingswood: Friends of the Library (FOL) is truly in the library’s corner and beyond. After speaking with FOL President Anita Schoeffling, FOL Treasurer Anne Woodcock and the director of Collingswood library, Carissa Schanely,...

Collingswood Pride Night celebrates love and family

On June 16, Collingswood is going all out for its first Pride night on the lawn of the Scottish Rite Auditorium, 315 White Horse Pike. An evening packed with speakers, advocacy groups, activities and...

Collingswood Farmers’ Market brings local variety to the table

Opening May 1, the market continues its efforts to support local farmers and small businesses by getting their goods into the hands of locals.

Finding focus during the pandemic

Local residents turned to new hobbies – or expanded on old ones – over the past year

Building connections: Borough Administrator Cass Duffey looks back at her 15 years with Collingswood

During the string of snow and ice storms in February, Cass Duffey walked to work. Truly, she enjoys her job as the Borough Administrator of Collingswood so much that Mother Nature can’t keep her away. That,...

Photos: What I Love About Collingswood

For our spring issue, our roving photographer, Jamie Giambrone, asked, "What do you love most about Collingswood?" The answers came easily and there seemed to be one overarching theme: It's hard to choose just...

Woof Love: Rescuing unwanted pups, building families

Nine years ago, Rose Hamilton was walking her son, Jadon, to Zane North Elementary School on a chilly February morning with her 2 ½-year-old daughter, Kyleigh, in tow. Suddenly, she stopped in her tracks. Another...

Photos: Spring in Collingswood

Every season is a good season to be in Collingswood, and spring is no exception. With trees and flowers bursting to life, the borough is filled with color – and smiles – as warm...

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