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Public safety forums to kick off Oct. 11

By Richard Gaw, 09/27/2016, Categories: Today, News, Business, Schools

To be presented by the Kennett Township Police and the Kennett Square Police

Presentations spell out plans for township's economic and environmental future

By Richard Gaw, 09/27/2016, Categories: Today, News, Business

Kennett Township's Sustainable Development Office shares some innovative ideas

Massive Barn Market on Oct. 8 postponed

By Richard Gaw, 09/27/2016, Categories: Home+Garden, Arts+Entertainment, Today, News, Business

New location being pursued for Spring 2017 re-do

Oxford Borough Council receives an update about funding for proposed parking garage

By Steven Hoffman, 09/27/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business

The project, which is expected to cost $5.73 million, should help attract businesses to the downtown business district

Two tasty new options coming to Kennett Square

By J. Chambless, 09/26/2016, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, News, Business

Two new eateries celebrate grand openings on Oct. 1 and 2

Uncle Irvin: Hotel restoration good for Oxford

By Richard Gaw, 09/20/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

Bravo to those who are restoring the Octoraro Hotel

Tattooing you: Jen Anderson personalizes body art

By Richard Gaw, 09/20/2016, Categories: Arts+Entertainment, Today, Business

Landenberg artist creates personalized body art

Uncle Irvin: Sewer implosion trumps parking problems

By Richard Gaw, 09/13/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

Oxford Borough needs to put parking garage on hold!

Under one roof: worKS opens in Kennett Square

By Richard Gaw, 09/12/2016, Categories: Home+Garden, Arts+Entertainment, Today, News, Business

Showcasing inventory and art, it's a treat for the senses

‘Jobs that Pay’ tour makes stop at Herr Foods in Nottingham

By Steven Hoffman, 09/02/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business

Economic development and labor officials visit one of the region's largest businesses--and the county's leading employer

Chester County High School Sports