Week in Review: Referendum Rejection, Repercussions
Also this week, a Haddonfield doctor set an investigation into Cooper Health System into motion, a Haddon Twp. girl gets the key to the town and more.
The air seemed to suck out of the room when it become clear that voters didn’t want a public purchase of the Bancroft property.
But the whole Bancroft issue may not be dead. Commissioner Ed Borden talks about possible next steps. His comments happened at the first school board issue after the referendum, where the board president said the district’s role in Bancroft plans is over. See: Haddonfield BOE Meets for First Time Since Bancroft Referendum Failed
A Haddonfield doctor blows the whistle on alleged doctor kickbacks at Cooper, which settled the case for a hefty payment.
Check in with how the Hawks are stacking up on the mats and hardwoods and in the pool.
Mrs. DiMedio lived in Haddonfield for six decades and was a well-known patron of the arts.
Madison Bradley’s win at a national sporting contest gets her the key to Haddon Township, and Madison Bradley Day at her school.
The Haddonfielder helped Obama’s campaign efforts and is rewarded with a ticket to the big show. Check out his pictures.
Anne Hartman has long-term plans—very long-term plans—for the Catholic school.
Haddonfield students make it a day on, not a day off, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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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