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  • Obituaries

    Robert Scott Neville

    Robert Scott Neville passed away on Aug. 11, 2014, at home after a year-long battle with cancer at the age of 60. He is survived by his beloved wife, Linda Fitz Charles Neville, and their daughter Laura Neville Bryant, with whom he shared his life and his home, most recently in Pearl River, Louisiana.

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  • Obituaries

    Stephanie Gulden Jackson

    Stefanie Gulden Jackson, beloved sister, mother, grandmother and friend, passed away on Friday, August 8, 2014, in Corte Madera, California, after a courageous two-and-a-half year battle with cancer. She was 75.

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  • General news

    Corn harvest begins for Chester County Food Bank

    HIGHLAND >> It’s a little late this year, but corn is now on the menu for participants in the services of the Chester County Food Bank.

    Chris Barber
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    Local woman helps pass anti-ivory legislation

    Landenberg >> Jen Samuel said when she was growing up in Landenberg she loved animals — especially dolphins and butterflies. Then in college she learned about elephants — an endangered species with so many unique and impressive qualities that she decided to do something to ensure their survival.

    Chris Barber
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  • General news

    Guests search history at Primitive Hall

    Visitors explore local history at Primitive Hall

    Chris Barber
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  • General news

    Oxford Council hears speeding complaints

    OXFORD >> In July, residents came to borough council complaining about speeding on Mt. Vernon Street. Their complaints were heard again this month, along with other residents who have concerns about speeding on North Third Street and overall throughout the borough.

    By MARCELLA PEYRE-FERRY For 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    New scouting option starts to take shape

    I received the following information from Victoria Grimme, a mom in Oxford. She is the parent who is starting the new Baden-Powell Service Association troop here in southern Chester county. For more information on Baden-Powell, visit BPSA-US.org.

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    Kennett Symphony Delivers Glorious Program

    The Kennett Symphony of Chester County had an absolutely marvelous evening of music last weekend. The weather was perfect, and a big crowd came -- so many, in fact, the line waiting to get in to the theatre extended up the hill toward the Peirce house. Guest Conductor Markland Thakar, current music director of Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and co-director of graduate conducting at the Peabody Conservatory, also has a worldwide resume that exceeds impressive. He is a charming man who speaks...

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  • General news

    Here’s Credit 101 for Your College Freshman

    To parents with a freshman entering college this fall: You’re probably expecting to shell out major bucks for tuition, room and board and a million other necessities over the next few years. But before you send your kid off, make sure you share one gift likely to steer him or her along the road to financial security – a sound understanding of how credit works.

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  • General news

    Evelyn Swenssen tells of ‘Life with Music’

    We are all on a journey, and composer/ musician/performer Evelyn Swensson, formerly of Chadds Ford, known for her involvement in the music world, has created a road map of her incredible journey and success.

    By Caryl Huffaker For 21st Century Media |

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