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Weekly Roundup: New sculpture and residents sue borough top this week’s stories

Catch up on the biggest stories in Haddonfield this week.

A new heart-shaped sculpture installed in Haddonfield and the borough was served last week. Catch up on everything from the past week in the Weekly Roundup.

Coach Laura Schwartz showing passion on the field

There’s a new coach stepping up to bat to help Haddonfield Memorial High School’s softball team round the bases. The team is positioned to hit a home run with their new coach, Laura Schwartz, who is bringing passion to the field this season. Schwartz’s journey to become head coach has been interesting.

Residents sue borough over Bancroft site amendments

The borough was served last week by Haddonfield Encouraging Responsible Development, consisting of eight plaintiffs and more than 80 residents financially supporting the group, according to lead plaintiff and former mayor Jack Tarditi. The group is suing the borough to invalidate recent amendments made to the redevelopment at the Bancroft site. This suit was filed on March 30.

Hearts are open to a new sculpture in Haddonfield

Those who say love is blind may not have seen the new sculpture installed in Haddonfield. A new heart-shaped sculpture, “Low-Poly Open Heart,” was installed off Kings Highway a few weeks ago. The Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust installed the statue in preparation for Valentine’s Day, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the installation was delayed, according to Stuart Harting, chair of the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust.

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