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GALLERY: MLK Day brings volunteers to Hillendale

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    Get ready for the Winterthur ceramics conference

    For those who love anything ceramic Winterthur will hold its ceramics conference April 24 and 25. Called “Image Is Everything! Ceramics and the People Who Owned Them,” the program involves joining with Winterthur’s staff and visiting international scholars as they study both Chinese and Western ceramics. For information and registration call 899-448-3883.

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    Is the stock market a rigged game?

    60 Minutes on CBS did a piece about how the computerization of stock trades have given many large stock traders an advantage over the rest of us. It is an interesting story, worth the 14 minutes to view.

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    Honoring a beloved founder

    OXFORD -- Friends and admirers of the late Richard Beards gathered to honor his memory and accomplishments at a reception on Sunday.

    Chris Barber
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    Charts show achievement down with budget cutting

    By MARCELLA PEYRE-FERRY For 21st Century Media

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    Scores gather to bless the motorcycles

    KENNETT — Black leather and fellowship marked the fifth annual Power Place Church blessing of the motorcycles on Sunday.

    Chris Barber
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    Four-way stop for Penn Township

    By MARCELLA PEYRE-FERRY For 21st Century Media

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    POLICE REPORTS

    NEW GARDEN On March 28, 2014 at 12:58 a.m., a New Garden Township police officer observed a vehicle driving erratically in the 9100 block of Gap Newport Pike. The Toyota was observed to cross the center double yellow lines on multiple occasions and the white fog line twice. A traffic stop was conducted in the 8700 block of Gap Newport Pike and contact made with the driver, Newell Everett, 55, of New Holland. Everett openly stated he had been drinking and knew he had crossed the...

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    Foxy Loxy in Unionville aims to be community gathering spot

    By FRAN MAYE fmaye@21st-centurymedia.com

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    Ken Goddu named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by SCCCC

    KENNETT SQUARE – It became pretty clear early on in the speech given by Matthew Tucker who was going to be named the 2013 Outstanding Citizen of the Year during the 47th annual dinner hosted by the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce March 28.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • General news

    Ken Goddu named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by SCCCC

    KENNETT SQUARE – It became pretty clear early on in the speech given by Matthew Tucker who was going to be named the 2013 Outstanding Citizen of the Year during the 47th annual dinner hosted by the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce March 28.

    Candice Monhollan
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