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All aboard The Moe Train

By Richard Gaw, 08/23/2016, Categories: Home+Garden, Arts+Entertainment, Today, News, Business

Kennett Square's Monty Wiradilaga is bringing the energy and enthusiasm of his alter ego to this year's Mushroom Festival

Editorial: What happens when residents work with their townships

By Richard Gaw, 08/23/2016, Categories: News, Opinion, Business

'In the trenches and foxholes of our townships and municipalities, the outline of our future is being done by our citizen militia'

Soil ordinance recommendation for township reaches compromise

By Richard Gaw, 08/23/2016, Categories: Today, News, Business

Resident's proposal leads to action

The imperfect perfect Amendment

By Richard Gaw, 08/16/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

The Second Amendment is a garbled mess of outdated and confusing terms, but to repeal it would potentially set a precedent that could dismantle our entire Bill of Rights

Plans highlight good things to come at new township park

By Richard Gaw, 08/16/2016, Categories: Home+Garden, Today, News, Business

Phase I to be completed in September

Target Shooting Solutions opens in Avondale

By Richard Gaw, 08/16/2016, Categories: Today, News, Business

'We are promoting and doing everything in our power to promote the ethical and safe use of firearms as a sporting hobby'

It's official: New Garden to sell its sewer system

By Richard Gaw, 08/16/2016, Categories: News, Business

$29.5 million pricetag expected to be designated toward several township improvement projects

Uncle Irvin: Oxford Sewer Authority flawed from day one

By Richard Gaw, 08/09/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

'The Oxford area and the borough are a mess due to generations of mismanagement'

Community and police celebrate National Night Out in Kennett Square

By Richard Gaw, 08/09/2016, Categories: Today, News, Business, Schools

Event praises positive relations between the residents of East Linden community and local police

Oxford Borough continues to seek funding for parking garage

By Steven Hoffman, 08/02/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business

A decision on one grant application could be coming soon

Chester County High School Sports