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Kennett Public Library Board of Trustees responds to concerns

By Steven Hoffman, 03/03/2015, Categories: In Print, Opinion, News

Talks about the reasons for name change

Uncle Irvin: The Smithson family's generosity

By Richard Gaw, 03/03/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

Family joins the Herr and Ware families as fine examples of those who give back to their communities

Editorial: The 178-acre conflict of interest

By Richard Gaw, 03/03/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

At the New Garden Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 23, the votes of two board members were publicly brought into question

Editorial: Kudos to supervisors for plan to improve intersection

By Richard Gaw, 02/24/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

Penn Township Board of Supervisors are working with engineers on a plan for major improvements that will ease congestion and improve safety at corner of Baltimore Pike and Route 796

Uncle Irvin: Parking garages are now in vogue

By Richard Gaw, 02/24/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

"Consumers -- given the choice of free parking at nearby malls and restaurants or paying for a parking space in the boroughs -- will not spend a lot of time making that choice"

Uncle Irvin: East Marlborough's Keystone Cops

By Richard Gaw, 02/17/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

Police department is "a disorganized band of basically part-timers and an aging chief"

Editorial: Wolf's moratorium, our self-exploration

By Richard Gaw, 02/17/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

New governor's bold, swift move seeks answers, change on death penalty laws in Pennsylvania

Uncle Irvin: Much ado about a police chief

By Richard Gaw, 02/10/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

McCarthy's crash may have cost Kennett Township $400,000

Clarifying points about VISTA 2025

By Steven Hoffman, 02/09/2015, Categories: In Print, Opinion, Today

There are some shortcomings that should be addressed

Editorial: An honor for one, in collaboration with many

By Richard Gaw, 02/03/2015, Categories: Opinion, Today

New Garden Township Chief of Police Gerald Simpson generous to share accolades with law enforcement colleagues

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  • The Heart of Poverty

    03/07/2015
    08:15am — 12:30pm

    What is poverty? What does it look like in the U.S.? In Chester County? Join us for this free sem...


  • Brandywine Zoo Spring Opening!

    03/07/2015
    10:00am — 03:45pm

    Visit the zoo as the environment is getting ready to burst to life for the spring season! Join u...


  • Bug

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm

    Set in a seedy Oklahoma City motel room, the play centers on the meeting between Agnes, a divorce...


  • Newark Symphony Orchestra Concert

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm — 05:00pm

    THE NEWARK SYMPHONY PRESENTS “STURM AND DELIGHT!” Simeone Tartaglione, Music Director James Al...


  • Share in this fun concert designed for the whole family, providing a unique opportunity to get up...


  • Cheerleading Open House!

    03/08/2015
    03:00pm — 06:00pm

    Hydro Force is an All Star cheer company offering a fresh, competitive cheerleading experience ...


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  • SPAGHETTI DINNER BUFFET

    03/14/2015
    04:00pm — 07:00pm

    The Oxford Lion's Club is focused on serving the community and support many local organizations. ...


 

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