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State troopers at Avondale begin wearing body cameras

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New athletic fields, renovations, parking areas planned at Unionville High, Patton Middle

EAST MARLBOROUGH >> A multi-million-dollar project to renovate and add athletic fields at Unionville High School and Patton Middle School, add more parking and improve traffic circulation, is part of a 10-year master facilities plan being consid...

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    Kennett’s Class of 2018 graduates al fresco

    KENNETT SQUARE >> When Pierre DuPont founded Kennett Consolidated School (now the high school), it’s almost as if he envisioned a regal commencement ceremony in which the graduates proceeded down wide steps to greet their audience. And so, on Friday, as in years past, the senior class, having met the requirements for graduation, descended arm-in-arm with partners and flowers out the front door, down that impressive stone stairway and onto the green out front. The familiar...

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    Charter graduates advised to follow their own paths

    LOWER OXFORD >> Avon Grove Charter School’s message of creativity and ingenuity was not lost on the graduation speakers Thursday evening.

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    Stephanie Williams remembered as loving mother, friend

    WEST CHESTER >> Stephanie Williams, 50, died of gunshot wounds to the chest and head, the Chester County Coroner’s Office ruled yesterday, and her husband, Charles died of a gunshot wound to the head.

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    Kennett officials look at possibility of expanding role of indoor farming

    Kennett Township >> The Southern Chester County region has officially been found to be an ideal location for a center of excellence for indoor agriculture.

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    Free bicycle helmets offered at Kennett Square ribbon-cutting ceremony; beer live music on tap

    Kennett Square >> Bike Kennett, the Kennett Library, and Anchor life + fitness, will host “Bike the Borough,” two ribbon cutting ceremonies on Third Thursday in Kennett Square on June 21. The event will be a celebration of the new bicycle parking racks in the borough and Kennett Township and the bicycle tool tower that was installed at Anchor Life and Fitness. These amenities proceed the bicycling trails and lanes that will be installed in the years to come and signals...

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    Po-Mar-Lin firefighter honored for 50 years of service

    EAST MARLBOROUGH >> A Kennett area man was honored Tuesday dedicating 50 years of his life as a volunteer firefighter for Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company.

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    Local officials train for hazardous materials catastrophe

    Jennersville >> The Chester County Department of Emergency Services conducted a training exercise for a simulated local hazardous materials release recently. Months of planning and coordination were required to prepare for the evening-long simulation held at Lincoln University’s Ivory V. Nelson Center for the Sciences.

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    Unionville seniors told to remember to say thank you

    NEWARK, DE >> Unionville seniors were reminded Tuesday that it’s important to remember to say thank you.

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    East Marlborough officials debate controversial development plan

    East Marlborough >> The East Marlborough supervisors came close to burning the midnight oil Monday as they wrestled with the difficulties of a controversial Toll Brothers development.

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    Three local scholar-athletes honored with Yoder awards

    WEST CHESTER >> Avon Grove athletes Olivia Paoletti and Bryce De Muth along with Downingtown East’s Bryce Lauletta received the second annual Richard B. Yoder High School Scholar-Athlete Awards at the West Chester County Club on Saturday.

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