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Also this week, Haddonfield proposed a massive, townwide dinner to celebrate its 300th birthday, Haddon Twp. hosts a St. Paddy's Day pub crawl, two borough teens are charged with robbery and more.
Two more candidates threw their hats into the ring Monday for the borough Board of Commissioners race, bring the total field to six—two incumbents and four challengers.
Haddon Township Mayor Randy Teague said he wants to "slow down" a proposal to establish a redevelopment zone near the Black Horse Pike and Walnut Avenue.
Haddonfield's Tricenennial Committee has pitched borough commissioners on a plan to hold a mass, public dinner on Kings Highway as part of the borough's 300th anniversary celebration this year.
The borough Board of Commissioners approved a $1.03 million capital bond this week that includes $397,000 to help pay for the installation of an artificial turf field.
Haddon Township is sponsoring a St. Paddy's pub crawl on Sunday between eight local bars and restaurants.
Mayor Tish Colombi honored 50 borough women on Tuesday for Women's History Month. For all the women honored, see Honor Roll: Women's History Month.
Boris Mihov allegedly was found hiding inside the vacant Baker Lanes by Cherry Hill police, and now faces burglary charges.
Haddonfield Police charge two 18-year-olds with a robbery in which the victim reported he was jumped.
The line for the longtime county fire marshal's viewing stretches down the White Horse Pike Friday evening.
A Haddonfield woman appears on a new box of Cheerios.
The gift shop is on the move—but not going too far.
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