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Patch Expands in South Jersey

Today we launched two new Patch sites nearby—find out which towns are now Patch communities.

Today is a big day for our network of South Jersey Patch sites. We’re welcoming two new towns—Cherry Hill and Haddon Township—into the Patch fold.

We’ll cover the towns in slightly different ways. Cherry Hill Patch launched today as its own site, while Haddonfield Patch transformed into Haddon Patch. That site will now cover both Haddonfield and Haddon Township.

Both sites are now live at cherryhill.patch.com and haddon.patch.com. Even if you don’t live in those towns, we hope the sites will be helpful if you shop, dine, worship or even just pass through Cherry Hill or Haddon Township. We’ll cover what makes those towns tick, and you never know—you might discover a hidden gem, find a favorite new restaurant or learn something about a nearby community.

Two familiar faces helm the new sites. Bryan Littel, who previously ran West Deptford Patch, is the new local editor for Cherry Hill Patch. Bill Duhart, who has led Haddonfield Patch since its founding, will continue as the editor for Haddon Patch. Littel and Duhart are armed with years of community journalism experience, the passion to dig deep into issues and the know-how to bring readers robust coverage of their towns.

Littel and Duhart each posted welcome letters to their readers today.

Cherry Hill and Haddon Township readers can expect the same Patch product you’ve come to know—comprehensive, meaningful stories about what’s happening in town, plus a place for the community to gather to talk about local issues, share events and announcements, debate the town government’s latest moves and much more.

With this expansion, our Patch network now reaches eight towns across the tri-county region: Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Haddonfield, Moorestown and West Deptford. More than 100 New Jersey towns have a Patch and we have nearly 900 sites nationwide.

We’re excited to bring Patch to more communities and continue our mission: to make life ridiculously easy for you and your neighbors.

Have a news tip? Want to blog? Want to advertise? Your local editor’s email address is at the top of every page. Drop us a line anytime. 

Ross Chatham September 27, 2012 at 07:10 PM
Now lets get one in Marlton please!

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