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Kennett Brewing Co. opens in Kennett Square |Jun 21, 2015

For It’s a Thursday afternoon, Kennett Square’s newest brew pub is days from opening, and Mark Osborne, the self-confessed obsessive who’s a big part of the driving force behind the Kennett Brewing Company, is everywhere at once during the final scramble to get everything ready.

Kennett Square dentist has the cure for migraine sufferers |Jun 26, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> The last straw for Amy Lewis, 36, (not her last name) came after she was forced to stay in bed all day long with an icepack on her head, unable to play with her two-year-old son or go out with her husband.

Police Reports |Jun 11, 2015

Correction Car crash >> In the May 28 issue of the police reports in The Kennett Paper and Avon Grove Sun, it was mistakenly reported that Kathleen DeCamillo of Cochranville rear-ended another car and fled.

Kennett Square man arrested for alleged bank robbery spree |Jun 8, 2015

COURTHOUSE >> A Chester County man is being held in Montgomery County jail for allegedly committing a spree of bank robberies in Montgomery, Westmoreland and Lancaster counties.

Local school districts, churches, even scouts fear new law will deter volunteerism |Jun 22, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> Officials at many non-profit organizations are worried that a new law that takes effect July 1 will discourage volunteers so much that it may jeopardize continued operation. And school officials, who already have in place strict security measures, fear school trips and after prom programs may get scrapped because of a lack of volunteers.

Unionville students told bigger and better things are ahead |Jun 9, 2015

NEWARK, DE.>>Four years of high school was merely a “stepping stone” to bigger and better things, and it did more than merely prepare students for life in the real world.

Kennett parents tell officials not to shortchange art, music, gym and Spanish classes |Jun 12, 2015

A parent and former teacher insistently asked the Kennett Consolidated School District board members to reconsider the amount of time kindergarten students are taught art, music, gym and other special subjects.

Homeowners in East Marlborough won’t be mandated to install sidewalks |Jun 2, 2015

By Matt Freeman The weather outside the crowded meeting room was stormy, and the atmosphere inside was at least threatening a storm, when Cuyler Walker stood up to speak.

New program aims to alleviate family homelessness in area |Jun 19, 2015

WEST GROVE>>An initiative to end family homelessness in Southern Chester County that involves 23 local churches will begin this fall.

Kennett Public Library House Tour set this Saturday |Jun 1, 2015

The annual Home and Garden Day Tour to benefit the Kennett library is always so well planned it is definitely one of my favorite local events. This year it is even more accessible, as the houses are all in the southeastern quadrant of Chester County.

Another new development on the fast track in Kennett Square |Jun 25, 2015

A developer’s plan that involves construction of a new complex near Victory Brewing Co. now involves a dog park and a walking trail, and preliminary plans will be submitted this week.

There are more Del Bittle’s in our community than we realize |Jun 5, 2015

A few weeks ago, East Marlborough supervisors received a request, at a public meeting, to pay $240 for the meals of 20 first responders at the Third Annual Thank You Party, scheduled for later this year.

Eat ice cream, free a child from slavery |Jun 4, 2015

You just can’t beat this: eat delicious soft serve, secure a child’s freedom, and have a chance to win a free summer pool membership to the Kennett YMCA!

Hillendale student running to help kids with vision problems |Jun 8, 2015

Twelve-year-old Nikolas Toocheck, a student at Hillendale Elementary School, is running a marathon in each of the 50 U.S. states to raise money for the Seva Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides critical vision care to people in need around the world.

Kennett Middle celebrates being named to Schools to Watch |Jun 1, 2015

For the second time since 2012, Kennett Middle School has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Don Eichhorn Schools: Schools to Watch program. On Friday, local lawmakers, law enforcement officials, municipal leaders, school administrators and staff attended a celebration marking the school’s academic excellence.

So much history in a small town in France |Jun 18, 2015

And I’m sitting by the Seine… It’s a pleasure to be soakin’ in

Kennett students told to cure cancer and change lives |Jun 12, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE >> Dream big, take nothing for granted, live life to the fullest and change lives.

Despite high winds, Chester County Balloon Festival flies high |Jun 21, 2015

NEW GARDEN>>Tens of thousands of people attended the Chester County Hot Air Balloon Festival at the New Garden Flying Field over the weekend.

Bancroft, Greenwood students learn about water safety |Jun 12, 2015

Students at Greenwood and Bancroft elementary schools got a head start on learning to swim by participating in a unique SPLASH program at the Kennett Area YMCA Friday.

New law could discourage volunteers |Jun 23, 2015

On April 20, 1999, 15 students and one teacher were killed at Columbine High School by two deranged students with a gun. On Oct. 2, 2006, five girls, aged 6 to 13, were killed in an Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster County by a 32-year-old milk truck driver.

Popular program that helps Kennett area seniors on the chopping block |Jun 22, 2015

KENNETT SQUARE>>A popular program that helps senior citizens in southern Chester County will be eliminated June 30 unless emergency funding is obtained.

Newlin girl competing for Miss Pre-Teen USA |Jun 25, 2015

Sophia McLaughlin, who resides in Newlin Township, will be travelling to Washington D.C. the weekend of July 4 to participate in the National Miss United States pageant for the title of Miss Pre-Teen United States 2015.

Police Reports |Jun 26, 2015

State Police Avondale Barracks Pizza shop >> Dana Richard Gill, 50, of cochranville allegedly stole a wallet from Pasquale’s Pizz Shop in the 3000 block of Limestone Road in West Fallowfield township on June 6 at 11:35 a.

Program for special needs children thriving in Pocopson |Jun 26, 2015

POCOPSON>>It was about this time last year that the Barn at Spring Book Farm, a facility that provides a barn-type educational setting for special needs children, announced it would be closing.