Week in Review: High-Stakes Crime in Haddon Twp.
Also this week, the Bancroft referendum draws near, and we look at the last public forum and who bankrolls pro-referendum efforts. Plus, the West Park Ave. bridge project hits a big bump and more.
Police say Gregory Gawrysiak had illegal guns and was a threat. Neighbors in Haddon Township say he was an eccentric with an independent streak and a threat to nobody.
The videos range from vulgar to loopy, including a profanity-laced point-of-view motorcycle ride through Cherry Hill and Haddon Township.
Police raid Gregory Gawrysiak’s Haddon Township home, charging him with several counts of gun violations. Authorities say Gawrysiak, who reportedly previously threatened to kill law enforcement officers, has ties to an anti-government group.
Three arrests for late-night car incidents.
Stanley Rosenzweig pays big for allegedly using investors’ money for a new Audi, jewelry and other personal expenses.
In the last public forum before the Bancroft referendum, strict rules—including an attempt to stop reporters from taking notes—rankle some in the crowd.
State records show Bancroft was the largest financial supporter so far of a pro-referendum group’s efforts.
Detours will remain in place in Haddon Township after a contractor’s faulty concrete halts the bridge project.
Reynolds shared his thoughts on the Internet chat room Haddonfield Talks.
It was a nail biter between Haddonfield wrestling and old foe West Deptford—and came down to an obscure tiebreaker.
The Hawks swimmer masters a stroke most people find impossible—and looks good doing it, his coach says.
Camden diocese has a new bishop, but not everyone is pleased with the choice.
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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