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    Ken Goddu named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by SCCCC

    KENNETT SQUARE – It became pretty clear early on in the speech given by Matthew Tucker who was going to be named the 2013 Outstanding Citizen of the Year during the 47th annual dinner hosted by the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce March 28.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • General news

    Ken Goddu named Outstanding Citizen of the Year by SCCCC

    KENNETT SQUARE – It became pretty clear early on in the speech given by Matthew Tucker who was going to be named the 2013 Outstanding Citizen of the Year during the 47th annual dinner hosted by the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce March 28.

    Candice Monhollan
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    POLICE LOG

    KENNETT SQUARE Kennett Square PD cited a 13-year-old Male, Kennett Square, PA, for Curfew violation on Sun. 3/9/14 @ 4:05am in the 100 block North Broad Street. The juvenile was released at his residence.

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

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    William Richard Walker, Sr., age 83, of Perryville, Md., died Sunday March 23, 2014 at the Franciscan Care Center in Hockessin, Del. Born in Chester, he was a son of the late Philip and the late Margaret (Killen) Walker. His life celebration was Saturday, March 29. at Kuzo & Grieco in Kennett Square.

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    Southern Chester County journalists win awards

    Avon Grove Sun Editor Chris Barber captured the Keystone Press Award for editorial writing, according to an announcement from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. The three editorials took a look at the dangers of overtraining young athletes, why PSSA testing should be eliminated and how a veteran’s jacket in Parkesburg told many stories.

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    Maye, Monhollan win 4 Keystone awards for Kennett Paper

    The Kennett Paper journalists captured four professional Keystone Press Awards this week.

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    Seniors fueling wave of entrepreneurship

    Two years ago, at age 55, Karen Eichman decided to go into business for herself after working 28 years at Kaolin mushroom farm in Kennett Square in accounting and human resources.

    Fran Maye
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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    CALENDAR

    Thursday, April 3 Charles F. Patton Middle School is proud to present, “The Wizard of Oz”, with performances on April 3, 4 and 5. The cast and crew of over 90 talented students in grades 6-8 will bring the musical to life for Patton and the community in this the 75th Anniversary of the musical. Share in the magic and save the date for three fabulous performances on April 3 at 7 p.m., April 4 at 8 p.m. and April 5 at 2 p.m.. Show tickets are only $5 and can reserved in advance online at...

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    Lawrence seeks reports on electric power in the snow

    JENNESRVILLE – A public meeting will be held on Monday, April 7, during which residents can testify directly to Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) officials about the lengthy loss of electric power Southern Chester County experienced in February due to one of the worst ice and snow storms in decades, Rep. John Lawrence (R-Chester) said today.

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  • Avon Grove Sun Local

    This is why 95 percent voted ‘yes’

    A USA Today article explains why 95 percent of Crimean’s voted to be annexed by Russia. The Russian government promised to boost pensions and rebuild the infrastructure on this dilapidated Black Sea peninsula. Sevastopol, once was a favored resort of the former USSR’s elite, but since becoming part of the Ukraine has fallen on hard times. The Crimean’s get about half the pension of Russian citizens, and this formerly beautiful resort is a crumbling city that doesn’t have running water at...

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