Reality TV in South Jersey, Alleged Teacher Flasher Top Regional News
Also this week in South Jersey, horses go for a ride on the Atlantic City Expressway, a front-end loader plows through a diner wall, a suitor gets creative with his prom invitation 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.
The scaffolding set up around DiBartolo Bakery in Collingswood wasn’t just for construction—the Food Network filmed a hush-hush reality show there this week.
Cherry Hill East Spanish teacher Jules Gross is suspended with pay during the investigation into allegations he exposed himself to a child.
It’s not every day a front-end loader comes barreling through a restaurant, but that's exactly what Piston Diner's owner encountered at 1 a.m. Thursday at his Westville business.
"It's a tradition in Haddon Township for a young man to ask his potential date to the prom in a very unique way," Bruce Nelson said when he shared a very special story with Haddon Patch this week.
If all you know of Irish music is drinking songs like "Wild Rover" and "Whiskey in the Jar" played in the background of loud pubs on St. Patrick's Day, John Byrne and his band have quite a show for you.
The portion of the Atlantic City Expressway in Winslow, Camden County looked a little like the Wild West on Monday evening.
Does Cinnaminson need a school resource officer again? The school board is considering a plan, and it might not cost taxpayers.
This mom means business.
The garden, Haddon Township’s first, will be at the former Champion School on Collings Avenue.
"A $1.4 million deficit is not acceptable ... Everyone agrees a 9 percent increase is not going to happen,” the deputy mayor says as Moorestown faces a likely tax hike.
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