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Ceramics passion brings clean water to developing nations

By Monica Thompson Fragale For Digital First Media |

While teacher waits for a heart transplant, community rallies to help

Early last December – in her early 40s and happily employed as a history teacher at Valley Forge Military Academy – Linda Jara began doctoring for a sinus infection before “being blindsided” by a heart failure diagnosis two...

By M. English 21st Century Media Services |

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    LCH embracing technology with latest renovation

    NEW GARDEN>>Since it was established 40 years ago, La Comunidad Hispana has been helping low-income residents obtain quality health care and social services. By the end of the month, they will begin to help themselves.

    Fran Maye
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    Inside Mala Galleria: Moving to the other side of the world

    Lots of local art abounds in the streets of Chester County this week, but Art Watch this week will be spending some quality time getting to know the fascinating and inspiring gallery owner of Mala Galleria in Kennett Square.

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    Garage students use their talent to make Anson Nixon Park more appealing

    KENNETT SQUARE>>When Kennett Square officials moved its maintenance facility from Anson B. Nixon Park to a facility off West South Street near Center street, large concrete pillars were left behind.

    Fran Maye
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    Kennett Township officials say no secrecy involved in McCarthy deal

    The Kennett Township supervisors strove to answer what questions they could Wednesday night in a meeting called to address the sudden and controversial emergence of a retirement agreement with the township’s former chief of police Albert McCarthy.

    By Matt Freeman |

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    Genesis marks its 30th anniversary with big bash

    KENNETT SQUARE>>Thirty years ago, Mike Walker felt that if he could find caring, passionate and dedicated workers, he could build a health care company that would one day become one of the best in the nation.

    Fran Maye
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    Science in the summer

    West Grove >> Science in the Summer is a whole different animal from what students get in the schools. For one thing, kids don’t have to take it if they don’t want to. And second, there’s no homework or tests. But it’s all a lot of fun.

    Chris Barber
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    New Garden Growers Market thrives on summer Saturdays

    New Garden >> Thinking about eating and living healthy? To get a good start, stop by the New Garden Growers Market any Saturday morning at the site of the public works building, May through late September to get some inspiration.

    Chris Barber
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    Ferris wheel for the Mushroom Festival

    Kennett Square >> It’s just over a month until the annual Mushroomn Festival returns to State Street in Kennett Square — this year for the 30th time.

    Chris Barber
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  • Crime

    Police reports

    State Police Avondale Barracks Criminal mischief >> Someone damaged the windshield of a vehicle at a parking lot in the 800 block of East Baltinore Pike in East Marlborough Township on July 16 at 10 p.m., police said.

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    Kennett ‘base ball’ team celebrates 140 years

    WEST MARLBOROUGH >> If you build it, the living historians and athletes will come.

    Candice Monhollan
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