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Kendal-Crosslands celebrates ‘The Best Of Chester County’

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Kennett High ceramics sale supports program

Nearly fifty pieces, including beautiful wheel-thrown mugs, bowls, and vases, will be available for purchase at this year’s Ceramics Sale at Kennett High School. All works were crafted by students in teacher Jodi Davidson’s Advanced Cera...

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    Woman sentenced to prison for 27-year-old friend’s death in DUI crash in Kennett Square

    WEST CHESTER >> Even though her death came almost three years ago, the raw emotions surrounding Kelly L. Smith Parker’s passing — on display at the sentencing hearing Friday for the woman responsible — remain undiminished.

    By Michael P. Rellahan mrellahan@21st-centurymedia.com @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter|

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    Stretch your way to safer, more comfortable travel

    As summer unfolds many of us will hop into a car or board an airplane to head for enjoyable destinations. Although reasons for vacation travel are pleasant, the trip can mean sitting in a cramped position for long periods. You arrive ready to relax, only to find that you are stiff, sore, and fatigued.

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    Police reports

    State Police Avondale Barracks Storage unit >> A resident of Pocopson Township reported that she had items worth $700 taken from her new home in the 1500 block of Washington Lane in Pocopson on Oct. 6 after they had been in storage, police said.

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    Good news! No tax increase in Kennett Square

    KENNETT SQUARE >> There will be no tax increase for borough residents next year, and there will be no increase in water, sewer or solid waste fees, according to a preliminary $13 million budget set to be adopted Monday, Dec. 5.

    Fran Maye
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    Kennett High Model UN club attends competition at Temple

    Recently, Model UN club members attended OwlMUN, a Model UN conference sponsored by Temple University. Kennett students participated in a variety of activities as they debated world issues and crises. Victoria Gonzalez took home the Distinguished Delegate Gavel for her work on Indonesia’s Food Administrative Organization. Honorable Mention went to Kennett delegates Kevin Fiss, Henry Shattuck, Mantra Yang, James Hanby, Karma Yang, and Sebastian Kley.

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    Kennett Middle School represented at national conference

    In early October, Kennett Middle School science teacher Mrs. Joy Rosser traveled to Austin, Texas, to present at the 43rd Annual Conference for Middle Level Education.

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    New $10 million complex in Kennett Square could house library, police and borough offices

    KENNETT SQUARE >> If all goes as planned, a huge community facility housing the Kennett Library, the borough’s police station and borough offices will be built on a lot just east of the current library building, opening sometime in 2019.

    Fran Maye
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    It’s official: Beaver Valley saved from developers

    CONCORD >> On a perfect day for a walk in the woods, Delaware County Council and the township supervisors Monday announced the preservation of 240 pristine acres.

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    LCH 5K, Family Walk and Kid’s Dash in Kennett a success

    La Comunidad Hispana (LCH) held its first annual “Let’s Choose Health” 5K Run and Family Fun Walk in Anson B. Nixon Park on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016. The run followed trails through and around the park, and the one-mile walk included fun family health and educational activity stations. After the run and walk concluded, the event presented live music by Mariachi Flores.

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    Lawsuit against Hillendale PTO, Steve Dissinger, dismissed

    EAST MARLBOROUGH >> A civil lawsuit filed by a parent at Hillendale Elementary School against its principal alleging improprieties with a recent PTO election has been dismissed.

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