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In recent years, public schools have been disciplining students for the trouble they get into away from campus. Many schools suspend or expel students who are involved in any kind of violence. And some districts have expanded their involvement to
Police say a bank was robbed in a South Jersey town just minutes after four of its five public schools received bomb threats. Police say the bomb threats were called in to the schools one after another starting at 9:42 a.m. The schools were
The show, dedicated to poking fun at reality TV, celebrities and the talk show circuit, has had a long line of successful hosts, going back to Greg Kinnear, when it was called "Talk Soup." Mr. McHale is a natural comic who honed his skills with a
Share and Enjoy: The Haddonfield Sun Reverend Marc Anthony Rassmann of the Greater Mt. Pisgah Church knew his work was finally over several weeks ago. He knew his – and members’ of his congregation – years of hard work to bring the historic church
Share and Enjoy: The Haddonfield Sun One of the most influential and beloved figures in the Haddonfield sports scene and community passed away two weeks ago...Spicer, whose name graces the current varsity baseball field at Radnor Avenue, coached
Share and Enjoy: The Haddonfield Sun The district is facing a very difficult budget for the upcoming school year, according to board of education representatives. Rising state costs, including pensions, are complicating the 2010-2011 budget.
The cost of the breakfast is $7, and can be paid at the door on the day of the event. The Mayor’s Breakfast is a popular community event and also includes presentation of the Citizen of the Year award. A list of those who have previously received
Share and Enjoy: The Markeim Arts Center is going to be holding a photo lecture on Jan. 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. Stephen Johnson, a digital photography pioneer, will be speaking on 12 Things to Improve Your Digital Photography. This lecture is part of
Atlantic City's casinos posted their worst financial returns since 1997. The resorts' gambling business won $3.9 billion in 2009, down 13.2 percent from the previous year, according to data released Monday by the state Casino Control Commission.
Robert Poole, a 6-foot-5 junior guard at Paul VI High School in Haddonfield, N.J., gave an oral commitment to Siena over offers from Minnesota and La Salle, among others, his high school coach said Wednesday. Poole, a junior, is the first of what