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  • Opinion

    Great Outdoors: New Years resolutions and more

    And there we have it, another year in the books.

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  • News

    Wyeth painting dedicated to Downingtown school

    DOWNINGTOWN >> An Andrew Wyeth painting was dedicated Monday to East Ward Elementary School in honor of a student who died earlier this year from cancer.

    By Ginger Rae Dunbar gdunbar@dailylocal.com @GingerDunbar on Twitter |

  • Our say

    Reason for Kennett Square’s success lies in the people

    “We’re a booming town and we’re getting bigger and bigger. We’re a happening town now.”

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  • Lifestyle

    Noted preservationist Nancy Mohr created recipe for old-fashioned family dinners

    By Fran Maye fmaye@21st-centurymedia.com @kennettpaper on Twitter

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  • News

    The many Quaker Meetinghouses of Chester County

    Religious persecution historically has caused millions of people around the world to seek a better, friendlier place to live. In the 17th century, there were many dissenters in Great Britain who disagreed with the policies of the Church of England. After having a vision in which he claimed to have experienced the presence of Jesus Christ, George Fox began preaching a direct involvement of each person with the deity, without the use of ordained clergy. His actions were viewed as highly...

    By Gene Pisasale For 21st-centurymedia.com |

  • News

    Chester County’s first baby of 2015 is “an angel of the goddesses”

    PAOLI >> Chester County’s first baby of 2015 came into the world while people were still popping their champagne corks for the new year.

    Chris Barber
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  • Opinion

    My Two Cents: What happened to human innovation

    An article in Aeon magazine asked the question: “Why has human progress ground to a halt? Yes we still are inventing things, but most are simply improvements of things already developed. For new technology, it is not at the pace of what they referred to as the golden era from 1945-1971. Those years just happen to be the New Deal years that FDR set in motion in 1932.”

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  • Sports

    College Basketball: Pendelton’s career night paces Lincoln

    LOWER OXFORD >> In the past, Lincoln women’s basketball team had stretches where they would build up momentum, only to find it snapped by a holiday hiatus.

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  • Opinion

    From the Ground Up: Reflections on the gifts of every season

    When I was a child, one of the things I looked forward to at the holidays was my father’s annual reading of the story, “Christmas Every Day.” Written in 1892 by William Dean Howell, the story tells of a young girl who asks her papa to tell her a story. In compliance, her father weaves a tale of a girl about his daughter’s age who petitions the Christmas fairy to let it be Christmas every day. The fairy grants the request for a year, and then the girl can decide if...

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  • Opinion

    Smart Money: The ins and outs of 529 college savings plans

    For many people, their biggest expenses in life are funding retirement, buying a home and paying for their children’s college education — or a portion of it, anyway. Setting aside money for these and other financial goals is difficult, especially when you’re trying to save for them all simultaneously and from a young age.

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