Alleged ‘Bully’ Teacher, Psychedelic Drug Lab Top Regional News
Also this week in South Jersey, the Phillie Phanatic pays a visit, an accused bank robber is arrested, Haddon Township residents claim victory in an affordable housing plan and more.
These stories topped the news this week on our South Jersey Patch sites—Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Collingswood, Gloucester Township, Haddonfield-Haddon Township, Moorestown and West Deptford.
An English teacher’s allegedly racially inappropriate comments, discrimination and bullying led a group of a half-dozen Cherry Hill East parents to take their case before the school board.
Checking her messages at work on Wednesday afternoon, Elizabeth Delaney was greeted by the familiar voice of her 13-year-old son. It was what he said that stunned her.
Gloucester Township police raid a suspected Blackwood drug lab, which they say produced psychedelic drugs.
Slightly more than 24 hours after cameras apparently caught him passing a note to a teller at the Bank of America in West Deptford, Michael J. Rowan, 24, of Deptford, was in police custody.
They say reading is its own reward—but it certainly doesn’t hurt when the Phillie Phanatic is cheering you on.
A Merchantville favorite makes plans to pack up its toys and move to Collingswood.
A Moorestown Boy Scout spearheads efforts to create the town’s first dog park—sparking anticipation and debate.
A fundraiser to help the 4-year-old Somerdale boy, who suffers from a rare disease, will be held next month at Memorial Park. Click above to find out how you can help.
State corrections officer Juan R. Stevens is accused of compelling prostitutes into providing free sexual encounters by posing as a police officer in Burlington County.
Haddon Township's mayor tells neighbors a plan to turn a parcel on the Black Horse Pike into a bloc of affordable housing is off.
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