Two cups of coffee ended life on the run for an Internet sensation known as Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker.
Investigators say a homeless man, who became an internet celebrity, was arrested in Philadelphia and charged with a northern New Jersey murder Thursday night.
An 11-year-old Haddonfield boy is working his dream job as town crier for the historical Indian King Tavern.
Sixty-nine-year-old Barbara Messerschmidt was arrested for the incident, which happened on Saturday evening on the 700 block of North Haddon Avenue.
A tree trimmer broke his leg in a freak crane accident in Camden County Thursday morning.
USA Today’s Best of Philadelphia recently named Haddonfield’s “Haddy” the dinosaur a hidden gem in its “Best of South Jersey” section.
Little news fans turned out at First Night Haddonfield on New Year’s Eve on Monday, Dec. 31st, 2012.
An effort to support local business took place Saturday all throughout the city.
For the third year in a row, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, coined Small Business Saturday by American Express, is dedicated to the mom and pop businesses in the area and across the country.
The Haddonfield School District has discovered that a plan to expand its student tuition program has become a lucrative source of funding.
The borough has announced plans to purchase the 19-acre property along Kings Highway for just over $12 million. The school had originally sought $20 million.
Chris talks to Derek Mihalecsko, who saved his choking friend using the heimlich maneuvre. He discusses Bill O’Reilly’s appearance last night on David Letterman, the Democrat’s conflicting ideas on attacking private equity firms, replacing Joe Biden as Vice-President, and the Sixers win last night against the Celtics.
Folks who visit the historic Indian King Tavern in Haddonfield, New Jersey on Saturday will get something that hasn’t been served there for more than 139 years.
In December of 1963, Deborah danced as a teenager on Dick Clark’s American bandstand. The couple met there in 1962. He watched the bands and she liked to dance.
A South Jersey non-profit is offering a series of hands-on workshops over the next few months to highlight assistive technology.
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- Gas Prices Expected To Drop As Summer Travel Season Nears
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- Port Richmond Breast Cancer Walk Raises Big Bucks For Research At Local Hospitals
- Coast Guard Finds, Rescues Stranded Boater