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Unionville Community Fair in jeopardy of ending after 91 years |Feb 4, 2016

EAST MARLBOROUGH >> Unless two key positions are filled by Feb. 29, the Unionville Community Fair will come to an end after 91 years.

Development of old NVF site in Kennett could begin soon |Feb 4, 2016

KENNETT SQUARE >> Development of the old NVF property, a 26-acre site located not too far from Victory Brewing Co., could begin as early as next year.

Candy store move begat artisan outlet |Feb 7, 2016

New London >> When the popular Candy For All Occasions store moved from a tiny crossroads to the Jennersville Shopping Center more than a year ago, it left empty a quaint, historic little building filled with nooks and crannies all over the first floor.

Former Kennett football star avoids jail time for soliciting sex from teen girl |Feb 4, 2016

west chester >> The former star football player for Kennett High School who was charged with soliciting sex from a teenage girl he met through his job at the Kennett Area YMCA was sentenced to probation in Common Pleas Court Thursday.

Dave Haradon to be named chamber’s Outstanding Citizen of Year |Feb 5, 2016

Dave Haradon, who has been instrumental in starting a local homeless initiative and has volunteered for many non-profits, will be honored by the Southern Chester Chamber of Commerce as its Outstanding Citizen of the Year.

Police reports |Feb 8, 2016

Kennett Square DUI >> On Dec. 18 at 6:50 p.m. Kennett Square Police Department arrested Armando VegA-ParraL, 35, OF Cochranville, for DUI following a traffic accident in the 100 block East South Street.

Shannon White gets ‘experience of lifetime’ at fair queen competition |Feb 8, 2016

EAST MARLBOROUGH >> Shannon White, the Unionville Community Fair queen, didn’t win the state fair queen title at the 30th Annual State Fair Queen competition recently, but she said she walked with experience that will stay with her for a lifetime.

New London has big plans for a park |Feb 8, 2016

New London >> Township Secretary-Tresaurer Trish Fagan got an exciting phone call last week.

Pennsylvania AG Kathleen Kane has August trial date for alleged perjury charge |Feb 5, 2016

NORRISTOWN >> Embattled Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s trial on perjury-related charges will get under way with jury selection on Aug. 8, a judge ruled on Friday.

Students go hand-on with science in Oxford |Feb 8, 2016

Oxford >> First and second grade students at Elk Ridge Elementary School took a break from sitting at their desks and did some hands-on science study at a mobile science lab last week.

Philadelphia region under Winter Storm Warning starting at midnight |Feb 8, 2016

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm warning for the Philadelphia region starting at midnight Tuesday until 6 a.

Schools schedule early dismissal due to snow |Feb 9, 2016

Due to upcoming snowstorm, the following school districts are dismissing students early:

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget plan has tax hikes to plug budget deficit |Feb 10, 2016

NORRISTOWN >> Gov. Tom Wolf’s fiscal 2016 budget proposal aggressively proposes tax increases to address structural budget shortfalls caused by the failure of Wolf and the Legislature to reach an agreement on the fiscal 2015 budget.