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Bingo in the Barnyard is a hit

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AG budget raises taxes 3.1 percent

PENN >> Avon Grove School Board approved a proposed final budget at their Thurs., April 28 meeting, which would be supported by a tax increase of 3.1 percent. ...

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    The Beatles are coming to West Grove

    WEST GROVE >> The Avon Grove Library, a constant contributor to the culture of southern Chester County, is raising the bar even higher with a Beatles presentation on Friday night, April 8.

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    Woodward honored for service to After-the-Bell

    KENNETT >> Supporters and members of the unique After-the-Bell program gathered on Friday at the Mendenhall Inn to honor Sue Woodward, one of the group’s longtime leaders.

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    Anglers out early for trout

    NEW GARDEN >> It didn’t matter that it was rainy and chilly. The local anglers were out early on Saturday for the start of trout fishing season in Chester County.

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    PennDOT begins repaving in southern Chester County

    WEST CHESTER >> Construction is underway on a PennDOT project to repair deteriorated pavement on two state highways in southern Chester County, state Senator Andy Dinniman said.

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    Will history repeat itself?

    They say history repeats itself, or at least makes a sequel that seems to be much like an earlier time. One such sequel would be the ancient Roman world of the first century and the U.S. society of the 21st Century. They have some similarities, yet are different. An example, Ancient Rome was The World Power just as the United States is The World Power today. Much of the United States jurisprudence, laws, etc, have their roots in Ancient Roman law. Ancient Rome was a multicultural place where...

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    Pet food delivered with love

    SADSBURY >> It’s a sad fact of life that when some people get older or become housebound, they have to turn in or leave their pets.

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    Little bugs, big problems in New Garden

    NEW GARDEN >> A species of fly not much bigger than the head of a pin is wreaking havoc in a neighborhood in the southern section of the township.

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    Variety, creativity and inspiration dominate the Flower Show

    PHILADELPHIA >> There is much to love about this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show.

    Chris Barber
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    From prison to stage: Carrie is a star

    EAST NOTTINGHAM >> Carrie, a two-year-old yellow lab, couldn’t make it as a service dog because she was too sensitive to new people and situations. But she gained recent fame and public affection after her performance as “Sandy” in the Oxford High School musical’s “Annie,” which drew large crowds this past weekend. There she played her part and took bows at the conclusion to great applause from the audience.

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    A sick child at 40,000 feet?

    You probably have heard the news story about the Alvarado family’s experience where their son, Giovanni, had an allergic reaction to a service dog that was on the Allegiant flight from Bellingham, Washington, to Phoenix, Arizona. The flight was delayed for 90 minutes, not 30 minutes as some had reported. The crew followed their company’s procedure to get a doctor’s advice as to whether or not it would be safe for the child to stay on board for the flight.

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