Supporters celebrate a hard-fought battle for the fields.
Friday, May 17, 2013
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Kasko explains why he is running for reelection to the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners.
Commissioner Jeff Kasko, 48, a state department of health official and father of five boys, is a one-term incumbent. The election on May 14 features six candidates, including Kasko, running for three, four-year terms as commissioner. The three-member Board of Commissioners are the highest, elected officials in the borough. Kasko and Ed Borden the two incumbents, will be featured on Monday. The four other candidates, Lee Anne Albright, Ken Kouba, John Moscatelli and Neal Rochford will also briefly explain their candidacies in Patch video clips this week. Albright and Kouba will be featured on Tuesday; Moscatelli and Rochford will be posted on Wednesday.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Iconic scenes from the 1800s and beyond. The past comes alive in pictures.
Evan's Pond was created when a dam was built near the Croft and Munn farms and a flour and gristmill was constructed in 1819. These pictures are from the archives of the Historical Society of Haddonfield. They were submitted by the society's Cliff Brunker, who also provided the captions.
Friday, May 3, 2013
Nicholas Paul Ratti cited as a Leader of Tomorrow.
Nicholas Paul Ratti of Haddonfield was recently honored by the Clemson University College of Business and Behavioral Science at its annual awards ceremony, according to a news release. Ratti, who is a senior majoring in economics and finance, received the Finalist for the ScanSource Leader of Tomorrow Award. He is the son of Robert and Barbara Ratti of Haddonfield. Clemson celebrated its Honors and Awards Ceremony last month with more than 300 family and friends attending. News of the award was announced this week. The school's College of Business and Behavioral Science is the only one in the nation to join disciplines of behavioral science and business, which range from understanding human motivations and reactions to strengthening …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The center for individuals with intellectual disabilities performed a program with clients and staff.
In celebration of Autism Awareness month, the Bancroft Continuous Quality Improvement Department recently presented Autism Awareness, Celebrating Our Successes: One World, Many Stories. The afternoon event featured unique successes, personal stories and special moments presented by adults and children with autism and other intellectual disabilities.
Friday, April 19, 2013
Also a two-story Colonial with six bedrooms and four full baths.
Each week Haddon Patch brings you a listing of homes for sale or rent in the area. Here's this week's list, all submitted by Lenny, Vermaat & Leonard Realtors. HADDONFIELD 110 Chews Landing Road, $739,000 This two-story Colonial boasts up to six bedrooms and four full baths. The sprawling first floor features an inviting foyer, a newer upscale designer eat-in kitchen and a huge sunlit family room that has a cathedral ceiling with exposed beams, six skylights and is surround by windows. There are hardwood floors throughout most of the rooms in addition to ceramic tiled floors, two fireplaces, a finished basement with a wet bar and a two-car detached garage. This home sits on .46 +/- acre lot and is close to town and the PATCO Hi-Speedline…
Friday, April 12, 2013
These pictures never get old.
Monday, April 8, 2013
We've got pictures of the majestic bird.
A resident on Peyton Avenue in Haddonfield snapped these pictures recently of a bald eagle near their property.
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Haddonfield's annual salute to veterans.
Remember Thor's drug store? We do.
"During the 20th century, there were usually several drug stores in town at any given time. About a hundred years ago, Druggist C. S. Braddock Jr. operated a store at the corner of Kings Highway and Haddon Avenue where the Happy Hippo is now located," according to Cliff Brunker of the Historical Society of Haddonfield. "In the 1940s, Thor's was on the corner of Kings Highway and Tanner Street followed by Sunray in the '50s and '60s." Don't miss any Haddonfield or Haddon Township news. Sign up for Patch's free daily newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.