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  • Sports

    Performance Golf: Justin Martinson on The Big Break

    I’m looking at the ice that has grown on my windows and wondering if golf season will ever get here … Luckily, my lovely wife has reminded me that I have neglected to let you all know about “The Big Break” — Golf Channel’s reality based show about golf competition. Otherwise, I might just go back to bed and pull the covers up over my head.

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  • Sports

    Girls Swimming: Locals off and running at districts

    Philadelphia >> Many local swimmers shined during the first day of the District 1 Swimming Championships at La Salle University on Thursday.

    By Kieran McCauley kmccauley@dailylocal.com @k_mac_14 on Twitter |

  • Opinion

    It’s on the House: Be sure to test your home for dangerous levels of radon

    Last month we explored the five tips to prepare for a pre-listing home inspection: be honest and upfront, clean your gutters, clear access to attics and crawlspaces, check lightbulbs and have your appliances in working order.

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  • Opinion

    Great Outdoors: The countdown to spring is on

    It may not feel like it, but many great things are just around the corner. We are just about two weeks away from daylight savings time and then our evenings will be longer and brighter. Another two weeks after that it will officially be spring.

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  • Our say

    Are holidays losing their meaning?

    It wasn’t heresy, and there was surely no malice intended. But the announcement that two local churches were engaged in delivering what they called “drive thru ashes” last week was definitely in bad taste and demeaned the spirit of the day known as Ash Wednesday.

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  • Opinion

    From the Ground Up: And the award goes to. ...

    Had enough of bitterly cold temperatures and the threat of snow, sleet and black ice? Happily, the Philadelphia Flower Show is scheduled to burst into bloom in just over a week. Without getting on a plane, you’ll be able to transport yourself to a place full of color and light and the heady aromas of fresh-turned soil and flowers in bloom.

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  • News

    Still not contract

    OXFORD >> “OAEA Still United, Still No Contract.” That was the slogan on the buttons worn by teachers at the Oxford Area School Board meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 17.

    By Marcella Peyre-Ferry For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Women’s Basketball: Lincoln women clinch, despite loss

    LOWER OXFORD >> No one knows better than Lincoln University women’s basketball senior Courtney Lucas how far the Lions have come since she and coach Jessica Kern arrived on campus for the 2011-12 season. Coming off a year that saw the Lions struggling with the transition to Division II basketball with just four wins, they nearly doubled that total.

    By Bill Rudick brudick55@gmail.com |

  • News

    Law enforcement seeks vandal who spray painted at Lincoln

    LOWER OXFORD >> The Lincoln University officials are working with the Chester County District Attorney’s office to determine who spray-painted a racial slur on an entrance sign at the school. To that end, a $1,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible.

    Chris Barber
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  • Sports

    Ice Hockey: Oxford closes door on Hodgson in playoff opener

    NEWARK, Del. >> The coaching staff only expected their team to go .500 on the season. All they wanted was to be able to be happy with how the first year went.

    Candice Monhollan
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