Originally from the Courier Post Fire companies that serve Pleasantville and Collingswood will receive $328,149 in federal grant money. Advertisements
Originally from the Courier Post COLLINGSWOOD — Camden County has turned to chemical warfare in its battle to clean up Newton Lake.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf COLLINGSWOOD — Talk about a sidewalk sale: Drivers are getting a break from parking fees in the Haddon Avenue business district in Collingswood.
Originally from the Courier Post article pdf COLLINGSWOOD – From Philadelphia to the Great Wall of China, Camden native Kimberly Camp has led a culturally rich life, and she is going to share it with the public. Camp was at the epicenter of the controversial move that brought the Barnes Foundation to Philadelphia
Originally from the Courier Post COLLINGSWOOD – Plans to continue the Newton Lake cleanup have been suspended, says Camden County spokesman Dan Keashen. This suggestion comes from Princeton Hydro, the company in charge of removing the algae from the lake. The company began the operation last month.
Originally from the Courier Post Article pdf COLLINGSWOOD – A sprawling park between Cuthbert Boulevard and the White Horse Pike includes two playgrounds, three picnic areas, more than two miles of bike paths, a boat ramp, fishing piers, a matrimony garden, and of course, a lake. But Newton Lake Park also has a less attractive feature: … More Newton Lake plans include algae removal