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Letters pressure PennDOT for remedy at intersection used by Amish families

By J. Chambless, 07/12/2017, Categories: Top Stories

Rep. John Lawrence and Sen. Andy Dinniman request special consideration for the trouble spot

Obituaries for the week of July 10

By J. Chambless, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories

Obituaries for: Fuller, Rowe, Stabler, Hall

Uncle Irvin: Loan for current expenses is a cowardly act

By Richard Gaw, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Top Stories

'The Governor and General Assembly don't care if they do financially stupid things as long as they can tell their constituents that they didn't raise taxes'

CrimeWatch network gives public direct access to crime information

By Richard Gaw, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Landenberg Life, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

Kennett Township Police Department and the Southern Chester County Regional Police Department recently included a link to the CrimeWatch Network

Kennett Township launches small business seminar series

By Richard Gaw, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

Morning series to run through September at The Creamery

Intersection improvement project to close lanes on Route 41

By Richard Gaw, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Landenberg Life, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

The project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2018

Police Blotter for the week of July 10

By J. Chambless, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories

Sobriety checkpoint results in seven DUI arrests, liquor stolen in London Grove Township, DUI and warrant arrests, and more

Marijuana facility denied by East Marlborough supervisors

By J. Chambless, 07/11/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories

Board does approve a regional EMS commission

Kennett Square Borough not facing pressing need for new administration building or police station

By Steven Hoffman, 07/10/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories

If the proposed project with the Kennett Library is set aside, the borough won't need to move on constructing a new borough building or police station right away

Local student qualifies to compete at world's largest rodeo

By Steven Hoffman, 07/10/2017, Categories: Today, Top Stories

Brittany Coldiron, a resident of Oxford, is heading to the National High School Finals Rodeo in Gillette, Wyoming.



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