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No injuries were reported and Tatem is scheduled to open Monday.
The past comes alive in pictures.
Also in the news, Ed Borden vows no more runs for public office after defeat in commissioners race and a borough youth admits to pointing a laser at an aircraft in flight.
The Class of 2013 graduated under a giant tent Saturday at the Blackwood campus.
The mission was accomplished just after noon on Saturday.
Tips phoned in Thursday to Haddonfiled helped lead Philadelphia police to Caleb Lawrence McGillvary.
Borden lost a bid for a third term for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.
The trio, who finished on top of a field of six candidates, represent a mix of experience as municipal officials.
Ballots in Haddonfield's District 1 have the wrong voting place.
The incident happened at 10:21 p.m. Sunday. A helicopter roared in sky for nearly an hour over the scene.
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