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A milkman returns



  • Sports

    Football: Lincoln shaded late by ECSU

    LOWER OXFORD >> It wasn’t have been the prettiest game of football when Lincoln hosted Elizabeth City State for homecoming Saturday. Both teams tended to hurt themselves with mistakes. But in the end, the only thing that really matters is who has the most points on the scoreboard.

    By Bill Rudick |

  • General news

    Council waives road fees for library

    OXFORD >> Oxford Borough Council voted to waive the road opening fees for the Oxford Public Library expansion project and took a small step toward putting a crosswalk in front of the location.

    By Marcella Peyre-Ferry For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Football: Oxford flies past Avon Grove

    OXFORD >> On Friday night, the Oxford offense put on a show for the home fans, defeating Avon Grove 38-28 in a non-league contest.

    By Kieran McCauley @k_mac_14 on Twitter |

  • General news

    Unionville continues to fight against bullying

    KENNETT SQUARE >> It may have been some time since the Unionville-Chadds Ford school board has made mention of bullying, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t continued to work on it.

    Candice Monhollan

  • General news

    Pitts, Houghton spar in Lancaster debate for Congress

    LANCASTER >> U.S. Rep. Joseph Pitts said he represents his constituents in the halls of government.

    By Jim Callahan JimCallahan2 on Twitter |

  • General news

    Kennett Township may take ownership of Chandler Mill bridge

    The fate of the Chandler Mill bridge remains a controversy, but a definitive step toward a final resolution is set for the near future.

    By Matt Freeman For 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    It’s official: Ross will be on ballot

    HARRISBURG>> Republican State Rep. Chris Ross will stay on the ballot for the 158th state House race in November after Commonwealth Court rejected an appeal that objected to Ross replacing former candidate Cuyler Walker.

    By Kristina Scala @Scala_Kris on Twitter |

  • General news

    Kennett area man survives Alaska train derailment

    NEW GARDEN >> A township man has recovered from his injuries and says he’s lucky to be alive after the train he was riding on earlier this year in southeast Alaska derailed, sending him into the icy waters of a huge lake.

    Fran Maye

  • Opinion

    From the Ground Up: Mulching: It’s not just for springtime

    When I was out walking Tuesday morning, I stopped to chat with one of my neighbors, who was applying mulch to a newly-weeded and watered perennial bed. I was impressed by her efforts (I’m behind in my garden chores, as is usual just lately). I was also impressed that she had purchased the load of mulch from our township yard for half the springtime price — a late-season benefit.


  • Our say

    Take the time to honor firefighters this week

    When local firefighters stage activities for National Fire Prevention Week this week, they are following a tradition that began with commemorating one of the worst fire disasters of all time.


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