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Court deals huge blow to Inn at Whitewing Farm in E. Marlborough

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  • News

    Facility for homeless in Kennett Square in dire need of financial assistance

    KENNETT SQUARE >> There are some days Tina Butcher just isn’t sure she can put enough food on the table to feed the homeless people at the shelter she operates on Birch Street with her sisters. And there are other days, in the colder weather, she worries if there is enough money to pay the heating bill.

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  • News

    Acupuncture business opens in Kennett Square

    Acupuncture At Kennett Square, LLC, opened its doors July 6th. Janine Wrzesniewski, M.Ac., Dipl.Ac., L.Ac., NTP, sole-proprietor of healthcare services for 26 years, with previous practices in Maryland and Hawai`i, is now seeing clients at: 312 West State Street, Suite 201, in Kennett Square.

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  • Letters

    Library official urges support at council meeting

    Editor: The Board of Trustees for the Kennett Public Library would like to thank the many members of our community who have come out in overwhelming positive support for the Library and our staff and who are surprised and dismayed by Kennett Borough Mayor Matt Fetick’s recent statement urging Borough Council to vote to withhold funding from the Library at their upcoming July 20th 7 pm meeting due to “his lack of faith in the current Board to lead the Library into the...

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  • Crime

    Police Reports

    State Police Avondale Barracks Theft from vehicle >> Overnight on June 28, someone forced entry into a locked SUV in the 300 block of Mill House Road in New London Township and took a laptop sachel, police said.

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  • News

    Kennett Square mayor calls for witholding of library funds; cites lack of transparency, lack of representation

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Mayor Matt Fetick Monday night called for the formation of a task force and withholding of donations to the Kennett Public Library until the library’s board of directors appoints a representative from the borough to its board.

    Fran Maye
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  • Our say

    New initiative will help local Latinos

    The population of Hispanics in Chester County is growing by unprecedented numbers. In Chester County, nearly 7 percent are Hispanic, and that number grows by the day.

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  • News

    Local man walking 8,992 miles for disabled veterans

    KENNETT SQUARE>> Every night for the past 8 years, Michael Roberts dreams that a 14-year-old boy is taunting him to shoot him in the head. It’s a nightmare, and for Roberts, it’s unavoidable. The dream comes back night after night.

    Fran Maye
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  • News

    Governor signs new law to help protect volunteers

    State Senator Andy Dinniman and the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee t passed House Bill 1276, legislation that addresses the concerns raised by volunteers who work with children regarding increased background checks under the new Child Protective Services Law. It was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Tom Wolf.

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  • News

    Seniors watch flag-raising program in Kennett Square

    KENNETT SQUARE>>Flags don’t last forever, and when it came time for the American Flag to be replaced at the Friends Home in Kennett Square, it was decided it should be done close to Independence Day.

    Fran Maye
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  • News

    New initiative will help local Hispanics

    KENNETT SQUARE>>Chester County Commissioner Terrance Farrell was in Kennett Square Tuesday night to announce a new initiative aimed to help the county’s 34,000 Hispanics.

    Fran Maye
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