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    Avon Grove plans room configuration change

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    Cruz cleared in brutality case

    By MICHAEL P. RELLAHAN mrellahan@dailylocal.com

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    What is unconditional love?

    This Sunday Christians around the world will celebrate Easter Sunday, aka Resurrection Sunday, the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead, three days after being crucified by the Romans. This is the most important day on the Christian calendar. One important aspect of Jesus’ teaching was loving unconditionally. In other words, forgiving the faults and sins of others in spite of what they may truly deserve. This is why Christ went to the cross, died, and rose again for all mankind so that our...

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    Serving up squash from the garden

    About a month ago, I invited readers to share favorite recipes that make use of the fresh produce from their gardens. In response, Judith Cousins, of West Chester, wrote, “One vegetable I always grow is Neck Pumpkin, which tastes like butternut squash, but has more usable flesh and seems more resistant to squash bugs and borers.”

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    Agreement reached between KCSD board and education association

    A resounding round of applause from each school board member erupted after the ratification of the contract agreement between the Kennett Consolidated School District board and the Kennett Education Association was unanimously approved at the April meeting.

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    Unionville-Chadds Ford ranked best school district in state

    By FRAN MAYE fmaye@21st-centurymedia.com

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    Hundreds come out in support of Run For Our Sons

    Now in its fifth year, the annual Unionville Run for Our Sons has grown into a bigger event than Joanna Johnson could have ever imagined, with the latest run on April 5.

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    Crowds turn out for the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point

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    Get ready for the Winterthur ceramics conference

    For those who love anything ceramic Winterthur will hold its ceramics conference April 24 and 25. Called “Image Is Everything! Ceramics and the People Who Owned Them,” the program involves joining with Winterthur’s staff and visiting international scholars as they study both Chinese and Western ceramics. For information and registration call 899-448-3883.

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