Week in Review: Bombshell from Colombi, Referendum Draws Near
Haddonfield's mayor won't seek another term, sign thieves hit Haddonfield, Haddon Township gets a new superintendent and more.
Near three decades into her tenure as a commissioner, Tish Colombi will pass the gavel. Get the scoop on her reasons for not seeking re-election.
The referendum is on Tuesday—which side gets your vote?
Shenanigans ahead of the referendum vote sees several signs disappear from front yards. Let’s use our words instead, people.
Commissioners butt heads with each other and the police chief during a normally quiet work session.
Nancy Ward will make the transition from Runnemede to Haddon Township as the new superintendent. She starts in the spring.
John A. Dramesi wrestling for Haddonfield in the program’s first year in 1948. He returned to the borough this weekend to share how lessons he learned on the mat kept him alive during six years as a Vietnam POW.
Does the cold weather make you crave comfort food? There’s a local Restaurant Week that’ll scratch that itch.
Maybe Chip Kelly wants to talk to the local Haddon Township tween?
Her late father molded basketball players into standup athletes on and off the court. Morgan Lenahan is carrying on the family tradition at Haddon Township.
These are just a few of the many stories we brought you this week. Scroll through our news archive for all of this week’s stories.
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