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Uncle Irvin: Oxford Borough takes the booby prize

By Richard Gaw, 08/22/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Top Stories

'The biggest reason for the disparity between boroughs and townships is the disproportionately high cost that boroughs face of maintaining a 24/7 police force'

Editorial: The cake-eating resistance

By Richard Gaw, 08/22/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

'What we as individuals -- and as a nation -- choose to do in response to this assault on our country will ultimately decide the course and future of hate groups'

Uncle Irvin: On paying school taxes at age 81

By Richard Gaw, 08/15/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Schools, Top Stories

Columnist says, 'If you want high taxes and an increased population, the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District is the place to go'

Editorial: Protect the Pearl

By Richard Gaw, 08/15/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Eat+Drink+Shop, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

'Building a hotel of this kind in downtown Kennett Square is like building a hotel adjacent to the Italian Water Garden at Longwood Gardens'

A grand reopening in Oxford

By Steven Hoffman, 08/08/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion

The Neighborhood Thrift Store is remodeled and ready for customers

Uncle Irvin: East Marlborough supervisors out of line

By Richard Gaw, 08/01/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, Top Stories

'Horseman Richard Hannum, Jr., and his cohorts on the Board of Supervisors had no real reason to turn this project down'

Editorial: An open letter to all high school football coaches

By Richard Gaw, 08/01/2017, Categories: Health+Wellness, Today, Sports, Opinion, Schools, Top Stories

Coaches mold young players' minds. Now is their chance to save them, as well

Uncle Irvin: Limbo library

By Richard Gaw, 07/25/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, West Chester & Chadds Ford Life, Landenberg Life, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

Kennett Library in a bind over plea for Weinstein lot in Kennett Square as site for new library

Editorial: The labyrinth of connectivity

By Richard Gaw, 07/25/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion, West Chester & Chadds Ford Life, Landenberg Life, Top Stories, Kennett Square Life

New Garden, Kennett Borough and Kennett Township collaborating on grant application to fund a series of new trails that would link all three municipalities

Unbalanced

By Steven Hoffman, 07/17/2017, Categories: Today, Opinion

The proposed revenues and expenditures in Pennsylvania’s state budget for the 2017-2018 fiscal year remain unbalanced—and so is the process that state lawmakers use to develop a spending plan each year.

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    08/26/2017
    09:00AM — 11:00AM

    Newlin Grist Mill and Wild Birds Unlimited-Concordville are teaming up to explore the wonderful w...


  • Pop-Up Naturalist: "Water, Water Everywhere"

    08/26/2017
    01:00PM — 05:00PM

    Join Newlin's staff naturalist for an afternoon of exciting environmental activities. Look for th...


  • Seed Saving Workshop

    08/27/2017
    10:00AM — 12:00PM

    Experience a human tradition as old as civilization! This workshop led by NSO Greenhouse Manager,...


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    08/27/2017
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