January 2, 1991 |
A decisive phase begins today in Cherry Hill's 15-year-long tussle over affordable housing, when the township proposes a specific number of units it should be responsible for providing and a plan to see that the homes are built. The township is to present the voluminous data for the proposal - complete with an inventory of each inch of vacant land in the township - this morning to Judge Anthony Gibson, who is supervising the township's compliance with state affordable housing laws.
October 10, 2002 |
An informed citizenry is the best assurance for good government. A current example of the wisdom of that philosophy is the condition in which Cherry Hill, Camden County's second-largest community, finds itself. Cherry Hill is considered a mature, upscale community. It has gained fewer than 1,000 residents since the mid-1980s, and enjoys an average household income greater than the national figure. Yet its present economic circumstance, brought about by various political calculations, is quite dire.
May 13, 1992 |
Cherry Hill Mayor Susan Bass Levin is expected to name a new police chief today to head the community's 125-member force. Capt. Bill Moffett, a 21-year veteran of the Cherry Hill police, is expected to be Levin's choice, according to two township officials who asked not to be identified. Moffett, a lifelong resident of Cherry Hill, would replace Chief Robert J. Tonczyczyn (pronounced ton-SES-sion), who retired this year after 32 years on the force. Levin said yesterday that she had made her decision and expected to make an announcement today, but offered no details on her choice.
June 10, 2012 |
Police say a group of masked teenagers carjacked a woman Thursday night in the Cherry Hill Mall parking lot. Around 10:15 p.m., a 41-year-old woman from Cherry Hill, and a 36-year-old woman from Mount Royal, were walking to their cars after having dinner at Season 52, when four young men in masks and dark clothing approached, said Detective Sgt. Joseph Vitarelli. One of suspects pointed a handgun at the women, demanding their car keys, cell phones and purses, police said.
June 17, 1999 |
The courtship is over. At its Tuesday night meeting, the Cherry Hill school board formally backed out of talks with the Merchantville school board on a plan to merge the two districts. In a unanimous vote, the board dissolved the committee formed in December to explore the move. Board member Cindy Trubin said the March passage of the $52.6 million bond issue to pay for district-wide school improvements in Cherry Hill, including 51 new elementary classrooms, rendered the merger unnecessary.
October 6, 1988 |
Philip Slipyan, 49, a Cherry Hill physician who was a staff member and teacher of obstetrics, gynecology and endocrinology at several area hospitals, died Tuesday at his home in Cherry Hill. Dr. Slipyan also was president of the Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill. He was on the staff of West Jersey Hospital-Marlton, Cooper Hospital- University Medical Center in Camden, Kennedy Memorial Hospitals/Stratford Division, Methodist Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and was a consulting staff physician for the West Jersey Hospital Association.
November 15, 2014 |
A handful of low-end motels, an abandoned bowling alley, and the site of a former synagogue are among several areas that Cherry Hill officials will soon target for redevelopment. The aging properties - the Hillside Inn, Feather Nest Inn, and Days Inn on Route 38; Baker Lanes and Inn of the Dove on Cuthbert Boulevard; America's Best Value Inn and the former Temple Emanuel synagogue on Route 70; and the former Saunders Publishing buildings on Hampton Road - have for years been considered some of the township's most underutilized real estate, officials said.
December 20, 1988 |
Cherry Hill School Superintendent Philip S. Esbrandt last night asked the school board to fire two maintenance workers at Cherry Hill High School East after their recent arrests on charges of stealing school property and personal items. Leonardo Rios, 46, of Marlton, and Thomas Locantore, 42, of Bellmawr, were suspended with pay by Esbrandt immediately after their arrests Friday on charges that they stole school and other property - primarily from offices and classrooms at the high school - while they worked on the 4 p.m. to midnight shift.
June 23, 2016
ISSUE | DEVELOPMENT Greener cities are happier cities As I sit in a conference room on the 11th floor of my building, I can get a pretty good view of the surrounding city. I can't help but notice the predominance of gray infrastructure - sidewalk after sidewalk, an occasional tree thrown into the mix, more sidewalk, and pavement. There are several different ways a city can incorporate more green infrastructure, including green roofs, which serve as natural air conditioners due to evapotranspiration, bioswales, and rain gardens, which decrease storm-water runoff and limit pollutants entering nearby bodies of water.
January 30, 2016
A 25-year-old woman died Thursday after firefighters found her unconscious in the second-floor bedroom of a Cherry Hill home. The fire was reported about 10 a.m. in the 400 block of Sheffield Road after the woman's mother came home, Chief Thomas Kolbe said. Firefighters reached the young woman about 10:20 a.m. She was pronounced dead at Kennedy University Hospital in Cherry Hill, the fire department said in a statement. It did not name her. The blaze started in the kitchen and appeared to be accidental, though its cause was still under investigation, officials said.