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  • Our say

    Win, lose or fun?

    Stop by any local high school this week and you’ll see the kids are back.

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    How you can end homelessness in our community

    Last year, there were 3.5 million homeless people in the nation. And in Chester County, there are about 650 homeless, according to the latest Point in Time poll.

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    Spring Brook Farm: How did it ever get this far?

    Iíve been a journalist for 35 years. Iíve been to more municipal meetings than I care to remember. In the late 1980s, I was at a Parkesburg council meeting when a riot erupted after a citizen -- angry at the vote on a tax increase -- rose from his chair and threw punches at a counselor. Others in the audience started yelling and charged at the officials. Four police departments, including state police, were called to restore peace. It was ugly.

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    Spring Brook Farm is too valuable a resource to lose

    Take a good look at the photo inserted into this editorial. It is a photo taken last year of a special needs child from the Child and Career Development Center at the Chester County Intermediate Unit visiting The Barn at Spring Brook in Pocopson Township.

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  • Columns

    Are energy drinks hazardous to your health?

    Energy drink consumption for teenagers and people in their twenties is the fastest growing group in the soft drink industry, with sales totaling a whopping nine billion dollars. In fact, they are quite popular on most college campuses, and among adults in the workplace. Many people feel that they perform better during physical and mental activities, can stay up longer to study, fight fatigue, and enhance athletic ability. The most alarming trend is that these drinks are commonly...

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    Anson B. Nixon Park is the best park around

    Outdoor enthusiast Lisa Lightner lives in Avondale.

    At least once a week, weather permitting, I take my boys to a park. Since Iíve now had this column for a few years, sometimes I am recognized when I|

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    Time for a change at Bayard Taylor Memorial Library

    The Greek philosopher Heraclitus famously said, ďNothing endures but change.Ē So it should be no surprise that changes are coming to the Bayard Taylor Memorial Library.

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