Week in Review: McD’s vs. Car, Housing Project vs. Neighbors

Also this week, the Flacco family from Haddon Twp. heads to the Super Bowl, Haddonfield has its own ice skating rink and more.

Runaway Car Crashes Into Haddon Twp. McDonald's

An out-of-control car driven by an Audubon woman crashed through a brick wall before reversing into McDonald’s. The driver was charged with intoxicated driving ('Runaway Car' Driver Charged with DWI in McDonald's Crash)

Mayor Gets an Earful About West Collingswood Affordable Housing Plan

West Collingswood extension residents don’t want a possible bloc of affordable housing in their neighborhood and they let Haddon Township Mayor Randy Teague know in no uncertain terms.

4 Principals in 4 Years Raises Some Eyebrows at Central School

The administrative turnover at Central School isn’t winning over some parents.

Haddonfield Police Focus on Burglaries

“The police department’s No.1 priority this year was the rash of residential burglaries,” Commissioner Ed Borden says during his state of the borough report.

“Moving forward in 2013, we have several budget challenges to face,” Commissioner Jeff Kasko warns in his own state of the borough report.

Warming Hearts with a Sheet of Ice

You don’t have to leave Kings Highway to find an ice skating rink in Haddonfield.

The British Chip Shop: Keep Calm and Chow Down

From the Britpop atmospherics to the bangers n' mash, the Haddonfield restaurant is an Anglophile's dream, our food columnists say.

SJ's Joe Flacco Flying Family to New Orleans

Audubon native Joe Flacco flew his nearest and dearest—including standout Haddon Township athlete and cousin Kim Flacco—to New Orleans to cheer him on in the Super Bowl.

Haddonfield Athletes Announce College Commitments

Bulldawgs plan their next moves ahead of National Signing Day this month.

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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