Toppled Crane, Tween Teen Crier, Turf Field Money Top Local News
Also this week, the Partnership for Haddonfield ponies up money for downtown cleanup and the Haddon Twp. girls' basketball team gets some good news.
A worker suffered a fractured leg after a bucket truck toppled in the 500 block of Woodland Avenue during a tree removal Thursday.
"I came to the door and saw this truck on its side," a neighbor near the crane accident said. "I thought 'That's not supposed to be like that.'"
The Haddonfield Board of Commissioners on Monday agreed to include the cost of installing artificial turf on an athletic field adjacent to the high school campus in its annual capital improvement bond issue.
A fifth-grader from Central School will be shaking the bell and informing the fine citizens of Haddonfield about the news of the day.
Haddon Township will be at home for as long as its tournament runs lasts. The Hawks are the No. 1 seed in Group 1 and appear to have a clear path through to the semifinals.
A lock at the rear door of the home was pried open and jewelry was stolen from the master bedroom. The thief used a pillow case from the home for the loot.
In a scene that could have been straight out the cult golf movie classic, Caddyshack, an official of an exclusive club this week cried foul about some nuisance rodents ruining his golf course.
Sweet Caramel deLites, Girl Scout Cookies are back again. While cookie season never seems long enough, the Girls Scouts recently kicked off sales of their famous cookies and will continue until late February.
Key officials admit its not nearly enough to ensure that trash blowing around the streets is regularly or weeds in sidewalks will be quickly pulled, but they hope it's a start.
Your beloved food columnist is packing up his keyboard and hitting the road, onto bigger and brighter things. OK, that’s out of his system. You can stop rolling your eyes now.
Tom Gamble, the son of former Eagles President Harry Gamble, is the director of player development for the 49ers and a 1981 Haddonfield Memorial High School graduate. His 49ers lost, but you’ll still love reading about the local connection.
Calling the six-days-per-week mail delivery business model “no longer sustainable,” the U.S. Postal Service Wednesday morning announced it will eliminate Saturday delivery of mail by Aug. 1.
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