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A new rectory for Assumption and St. Rocco |Feb 12, 2018

WEST GROVE >> Assumption BVM Pastor Father Scott Brockson has announced the sale of the old Blessed Virgin Mary Church complex that sits along Evergreen Avenue in the borough. In all it includes the church, the rectory and the convent, and it occupies 1.

Christianna Hannum wins Winnie award for documentary on Nancy Penn Smith Hannum |Feb 14, 2018

Unionville >> Goodnight Ladies, a 37-minute documentary film about the world’s most famous Master of Fox Hounds, Nancy Penn Smith Hannum, has won a Winnie award at the Equus Film Festival for best of Equestrian History.

Primo’s to open its 52nd Pa. store in Kennett on Tuesday; first 100 to get free hoagie |Feb 11, 2018

Staff Report Kennett Square >> On Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 the Primo Hoagies organization will welcome their newest franchise to the Philadelphia market at 1278 Baltimore Pike, Toughenamon, PA.

Hundreds enjoy Chocolate Lovers Festival; winners announced |Feb 11, 2018

Kennett Square >> Hundreds of people attended the annual Chocolate Lovers Festival in Kennett Square Sunday, despite downpours at times.

Kennett school officials plan 2.2 percent real estate tax hike |Feb 13, 2018

Kennett Square >> Residents of the Kennett school district might see their real-estate taxes go up by 2.27 percent under a proposed preliminary budget.

Kennett area household bombarded with six large take-out orders it never placed |Feb 14, 2018

KENNETT SQUARE >> A Kennett area home was deluged with food delivery orders over the weekend, orders they never placed.

Mainstreet Inc. aims to boost the town |Feb 15, 2018

OXFORD >> Brian Wenzka became the new executive director at Oxford Mainstreet, Inc., (OMI) in September but some residents may not know him yet.

No injuries in crash at Route 1 intersection in Concord during funeral procession |Feb 13, 2018

Concord Township >> No one was injured in a three-vehicle crash Feb. 3 when a car traveled through a green light and collided with a car in a funeral procession at the intersection of Route 1 and Cheney Road in Concord Township, police said.

LETTER: Unionville Indian mascot must be preserved |Feb 13, 2018

The Unionville-Chadds Ford students who are advocating the removal of our Indian Mascot are showing their historic ignorance and possibly their bigotry. The Lenape Indians lived in our region long before European immigrants arrived and slowly, mainly peacefully, push their Indian neighbors to the west.

Dane Decor in Downingtown up for sale |Feb 14, 2018

Downingtown >> The owners of Dane Décor will be selling their iconic property at 216 and 222 East Lancaster Ave, in Downingtown. The business will remain open while the property is listed.

At age 104, woman runs out of money; fundraiser established |Feb 16, 2018

MEDIA >> It’s the problem most people fear when they get older – outliving their money.

Kennett High School’s Mini-Thon set for Feb. 23-24 |Feb 12, 2018

Kennett Square >> A dedicated and enthusiastic group of over two hundred KHS students will remain on their feet from 8 p.m. Friday, February 23, to 6 a.m. on Saturday morning for Mini-THON, an event to raise money for the Four Diamonds Fund to benefit pediatric cancer research and families whose children are battling the disease.

West Chester boy, 11, gets jury summons after county changes vendors |Feb 16, 2018

WEST CHESTER >> Luke Fox has a really good reason to bail out of jury duty.

Scanlon: West Chester schools taking a number of security precautions |Feb 15, 2018

West Chester >> In wake of the school shooting at a Florida High School Wednesday, Jim Scanlon, superintendent of the West Chester Area School District, is reminding parents that the district has set in place a number of security provisions to keep students safe.

Two killed in West Goshen crash |Feb 11, 2018

WEST GOSHEN>>Two West Chester residents were killed in a head on crash when a northbound 2018 Volvo S90 crossed into the southbound lane, just before midnight Saturday night, at 1000 Pottstown Pike.

Summer 2018 driving season may be most expensive since 2014 |Feb 15, 2018

PHILADELPHIA >> Like the stock market in recent weeks, gasoline prices across the region have been up and down over the last several months. And while prices may have dipped a bit in the last few days, AAA is forecasting a rise in prices — just in time for the summer driving season.

New Commissioner in New Garden |Feb 16, 2018

New Garden’s newest Commissioner, Michael A. Ranieri. is sworn in by Judge Matthew Seavey on Feb. 15 at the Public Safety Commissioners meeting. He is replacing Commissioner Randy Geouque whose term has ended.