Fatal Hit-and-Run, Inventive Prom Invite Top Local News
Also this week, both Haddonfield and Haddon Townships school boards go for the max tax increase, Haddon Township gets its community garden and more.
Joyce Putmon died after being struck by a truck on the Black Horse Pike. Timothy Polijczuk was later charged: Mount Ephraim Man Charged in Fatal Haddon Twp. Hit-and-Run.
"It's a tradition in Haddon Township for a young man to ask his potential date to the prom in a very unique way," Bruce Nelson said when he shared a very special story with Haddon Patch.
Kathleen Cunningham helped lead a campaign to fight hunger at the Cherry Hill ShopRite.
School officials said they want to keep programs and staffing at current levels and not reduce them to balance the budget.
The school board favors a 2-percent budget increase—the maximum allowed under state law without voters getting a say at the polls.
The cancellation postponed the hearing on a controversial low-income housing project in the West Collingswood extension.
The garden will be at the former Champion School on Collings Avenue.
“Orchid” was the winning word—so which speller got it right?
Travel back to a time when horses transported everyone around, even the local undertaker.
Film crews are capturing the remodeling of DiBartolo Bakery, attracting curious onlookers. Owner Mike DiBartolo says the change will help him update his business.
After more than 45 years fighting and investigating fires through Camden County, Paul Hartstein passed away March 6. His fellow firefighters are paying tribute online.
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