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Crowds line the parade route in Kennett Square

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    Crowds line the parade route in Kennett Square

    KENNETT SQUARE >> Friends of parade Chairman Bill Taylor know that as soon as one Memorial Day is over, he starts getting ready for the next one. Even as the leaves turn in autumn and the snows fly in January, Taylor has a list going and has already lined up a heavy percentage of the marchers.

    Chris Barber
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  • Avon Grove Sun

    My Two Cents

    It’s too early to endorse any candidates for President, but I’ve finally found a conservative Republican who gets it, at least on one issue that is important to most Baby Boomers. Former Arkansas Governor, former Fox News TV host, and Bass player with his “Little Rockers” Rock Band, Mike Huckabee does get it. Let me explain.

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  • Avon Grove Sun

    Library House and Garden Tour Looks Like a Fascinating Group of Homes

    The Library House & Garden Tour this year on Saturday, June 6, has six authentic historic houses dating from 1690 to 1838 and two homes that are built in the 20th century but look as though they have been here for hundreds of years.

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    West Grove marks Memorial Day with ceremony and parade

    As he does every year, host Col. Hank Detering, USMC (retired) reminded the spectators and participants at the 17th annual Avon Grove Memorial Day Parade that the holiday was more than the first day of summer or the time to bring out the barbecue set.

    Chris Barber
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    Webb earns honor for service to EMS

    Kennett Square >> Steve Webb, who retired after 32 years of serving the county’s emergency services providers in a variety of positions, earned its highest honor at the 11th annual EMS awards Ceremony on Thursday.

    Chris Barber
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    New Kennett Square borough manager plans to lead Kennett Square to greater prosperity

    KENNETT SQUARE>>The borough’s newest manager was born and raised in Kennett Square, doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty, and has plans to make the town even more vibrant.

    Fran Maye
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    Chester County Open Studio Tour of Artists an Eye Opener

    The 2015 Open Studio Tour of Chester County Artists was impressive. How delighted I was with the tour. There were 47 studios with works by 100 artists. The artists were ready for the visitors. I have never seen so many studios swept so clean. The signage to all the studios was excellent and hard to miss.

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    wARNING! WATCH OUT FOR BLINKING BUS LIGHTS!

    Last Thursday morning a 10-year-old boy was hit by a car as he approached the school bus along 3rd Street in Oxford.

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    Jennersville Hospital hosts Memorial Ride

    Penn >> Jennersville Hospital played host on Thursday to a caravan of bicycle riders traveling in honor of fallen EMS colleagues.

    Chris Barber
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    Albert McCarthy honored for 42 years of police service

    For 21st-centurymedia.com Friends, family, coworkers, local officials, and other well-wishers formed an overflow crowd at Kennett Township’s headquarters on Wednesday night to thank Albert McCarthy for his 42 years of service to the area as a police officer and longtime chief.

    By Matt Freeman |

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