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Latest Kennett Square vendor brings restaurant cooking to the home

By Nina Malone TheTownDish.com |

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  • Food

    Latest Kennett Square vendor brings restaurant cooking to the home

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Takeout has just taken a step up thanks to chef Raymond Maxwell’s upscale, casual cuisine. His Chef-a-Topia in the borough joins Market at Liberty Place’s other food, beverage and grocery purveyors.

    By Nina Malone TheTownDish.com |

  • Opinion

    Unionville clarifies its stance with teachers

    Editor’s Note: The folowing was issued as a follow-up to negotiations between the Unionville-Chadds Ford school board of directors and the teachers’ union. This statement is also posted on the district’s web site:

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  • Crime

    Police Reports

    State Police Avondale DUI >> Melissa Murphy Ludwig of Cochranville was arrested for DUI following a crash at Ewing Road east of Barnsgate in Londonderry Township on April 2 at 7:35 p.m., police said.

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  • News

    Kennett teacher is Citadel finalist

    Michael Kelly is the finalist for the Kennett Consolidated School District in Citadel’s Heart of Learning Program. He was given his finalist award at the Kennett High School faculty meeting on Monday, April 6, by representatives from the Oxford Branch of the Citadel Federal Credit Union. Citadel in conjunction with the Chester County Intermediate Unit sponsors the award program that seeks to honor the area’s most outstanding teachers.

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  • Our say

    Kennett Square officials must manage growth responsibly

    In case you haven’t noticed, Kennett Square is in the midst of an economic boom.

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  • News

    Kennett antique store like stepping back in time

    Look to your right, for instance, and you can’t help noticing there’s a dressmaker’s dummy there, with a formal dress on it and ropes of pearls.

    By Matt Freeman for 21st centurymedia.com When you first walk in the door at 735 W. Cypress, you might be forgiven if you were a bit confused for a m|

  • Crime

    Police seek two in early-morning armed robbery

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Police are looking for two men who robbed a store at gunpoint early Saturday morning.

    Fran Maye
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  • News

    Construction of new Route 926 bridge in Pocopson delayed

    POCOPSON>>Construction to replace the deteriorated bridge on Route 926 near Pocopson Road that spans the Brandywine Creek which was supposed to take place later this year has been delayed until March of 2016.

    Fran Maye
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  • News

    Plan calls for 175 luxury apartments in downtown Kennett Square

    KENNETT SQUARE>>Borough officials are considering a plan that would bring 175 luxury apartments and a pub restaurant to the western section of town.

    Fran Maye
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  • Kennett Paper

    Little Black Dress a girls’ night out to support a great cause

    Tick Tock Early Learning Center’s fifth annual Little Black Dress event is on Saturday, April 18 in Kennett Square. Several fun and exciting new vendors and artisans will bring the latest designs in fashion jewelry and many other accessories for women of all ages. Wear black and go home wearing your new bling!

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