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Cries of immoral and unethical council put to rest in Kennett Square |Nov 19, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> Last month, Kennett Square councilors were poised to appoint two new people to council to fill seats vacated by two who resigned.

Kennett Township adopts strict curfew ordinace |Nov 19, 2015

If you’re a kid out at night, a loiterer, or a noisy animal, Kennett Township has a message for you: Knock it off.

Schoolyard turkeys |Nov 21, 2015

A trio of turkeys, apparently looking for food or a safe zone at Thanksgiving, have been visiting the grounds of the Penn London Elementatry School in Penn for several weeks. School offcials said the birds appear unfazed by people and vehicles passing by.

Unionville High grad, 22, going to prison in bicyclist’s death |Nov 24, 2015

WEST CHESTER >> A Unionville High School graduate will have a somber Thanksgiving weekend, as he prepares himself for a new challenge that will last more than three years: living in state prison.

Rally in Kennett Square raises awareness of homelessness |Nov 19, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> According to the latest census, Chester County is the fastest growing county in the state, and the largest concentration of that growth is in the Route 1 corridor in southern Chester County.

Cousteau granddaughter receives Stroud award |Nov 20, 2015

East Marlborough >> The granddaughter of famed French conservationist Jacques Cousteau received the Stroud Water Research Freshwater Excellence Award on Thursday night.

Kennett Square considers eliminating funding to non-profits |Nov 24, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> Officials are seriously considering eliminating all funding to non-profit organizations in order to stop the financial bleeding from the borough’s general fund.

Paying by credit card? Be prepared to pay more next year in Kennett Square |Nov 24, 2015

Kennett Square’s preliminary budget calls for a new “administrative” fee for people who use credit cards to pay for things like their sewer or trash bill. If the budget is adopted, the fee calls for a $3 fee on all transactions, or a 2.

Dear Santa, young Southern Chester County News readers share all they want for Christmas |Nov 23, 2015

We’re asking our littlest readers to share their hand-written (or drawn) letters to Santa and send them to us for delivery to the North Pole! The newspaper will quickly deliver your letter to the big man himself who will respond with a letter for your child.

Kennett Square police officers and Monk honored for saving lives |Nov 25, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> The only reason Thomas Krause is alive today is because of the quick action of two police officers.