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Get ready for some fishing on Saturday

By Chris Barber|

County chips in $200,000 toward new Kennett Township park

The Kennett Township board of supervisors had some good news to offer Wednesday night about the new township park. ...

By Matt Freeman |


  • News

    Montgomery County prosecutors call AG Kane’s claim of vindictive prosecution ‘frivolous’

    NORRISTOWN >> Montgomery County prosecutors maintain embattled Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane’s claim that she is the victim of “selective and vindictive prosecution” is frivolous and not a basis on which to dismiss the alleged perjury charges she’s facing.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter |

  • Entertainment

    Center City Jazz Festival features six hours of live music April 30

    International Jazz Day is April 30, so it’s fitting that musicians with various jazz styles will be performing 1 to 7 p.m. April 30 for the Center City Jazz Festival in Philadelphia.

    By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter |

  • News

    New, revolutionary CT scanner unveiled at New Bolton Center

    EAST MARLBOROUGH >> Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center this week unveiled a new, revolutionary robotics-controlled imaging system that could benefit both animals and humans.

    Fran Maye

  • News

    Kennett, Unionville students to perform at Carnegie Hall

    A select group of Chester County students from the Music School of Delaware’s Suzuki Academy will be performing onstage at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The sold-out concert will take place as part of The Academy—a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute in partnership with the New York City Department of Education. They’ll be performing in the Isaac Stern Auditorium on May 3, 2016 at 7 pm.

    Staff Report |

  • News

    Roe is apparent winner in 158th write-in contest

    West Goshen >> Eric Roe, the first-time candidate who jumped into the race for the Republican nomination in the troubled 158th Legislative District just weeks ago, has apparently captured that write-in Primary Election win.

    By Michael P. Rellahan @ChescoCourtNews on Twitter |

  • News

    Kennett Demon Robotics team completes impressive season

    Staff Report Kennett High School Demon Robotics completed its fifth season with an impressive finish at the district competition held in Bethlehem, PA, from April 14 to 16.


  • News

    New LCH medical director provides pediatric care to underserved in Kennett area

    This spring, southern Chester County has a new local, year-round resource to help keep our kids healthy: La Comunidad Hispana (LCH). Thanks to LCH Medical Director Cindy D. Schmeltz, DNP, FNP-C, CRNP, the longstanding nonprofit community health center now provides pediatric care to uninsured and underinsured infants and children.


  • News

    Kennett High FBLA team heads for Nationals in Atlanta

    Kennett High School’s FBLA E-Business Team and individual competitors in Business Law, Securities and Investments, and Impromptu Speaking advanced out of state competition to the Future Business Leaders of America National Conference and Competition to be held in Atlanta, June 29 through July 2. According to the FBLA website, “competitive events at the National Leadership Conference . . . prepare students for successful careers in business by providing opportunities to apply...


  • Our say

    OUR VIEW: Let the beer flow in Kennett Square!

    So, the mayor of Kennett Square has gone on record publicly saying he doesn’t mind if people refer to Kennett Square as a beer town.


  • Opinion

    Tom Brady Deflategate suspension upheld by appeals court

    On April 25, 2016, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reversed the decision of the lower court and reinstated the four game suspension of New England Patriot quarterback Tom Brady arising out of the Deflategate scandal. Absent further appeal or a settlement between Brady and the NFL, Brady will be sitting out the first quarter of next season. Although as an Eagles fan I might be a bit biased, I believe justice was served.


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