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It’s in the stars: Local planetarium offering public showings

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    It’s in the stars: Local planetarium offering public showings

    The planetarium on the campus of West Chester University is offering live shows are held once a month during the regular academic year. These presentations are given by a PhD astronomer and consist of an overview of what is currently visible in the night sky. In addition, each show focuses on a specific aspect of astronomy, the topic of which changes each month. The shows are appropriate for all ages, however, the content and duration of the show may be more appealing to older children and...

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  • Sports

    Performance Golf: Turn and burn

    As I watch the snow fall in what may turn out to be quite a storm, I realize that many of you are not about to go out and hit golf balls this week, so let’s add to our list of exercises that you can do to improve your golf swing. These two exercises will help you in several ways. They will increase your flexibility, your ability to move your upper body separately from your lower body, help you activate your core, help you with stability and dynamic balance and teach you to accelerate...

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    Historic Chandler Mill Bridge in Kennett Township saved

    KENNETT TOWNSHIP >> Supervisors this week passed a resolution opening the historic Chandler Mill Bridge to pedestrians, bicyclists and emergency vehicles. The action ends years of controversy over the county-owned bridge, which has been closed to vehicular traffic since May of 2011.

    Fran Maye
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  • Entertainment

    ‘Comedy of Errors’ pantomime is a delight

    The Kennett High School auditorium was almost sold out for the first performance of this year’s pantomime in the English tradition, “Comedy of Errors and Pirates.” It didn’t make a lot of sense, and that is how it ought to be.

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    Former director of Tick Tock Early Learning Center arrested

    NEW GARDEN >> The woman who led the Tick Tock Early Learning Center in Toughkenamon for eight years has been charged by police with theft and receiving stolen property.

    Chris Barber
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  • Sports

    Ice Hockey: Landry stars as Radnor ties Unionville

    WEST GOSHEN >> It was hard to tell if Radnor was playing goaltender Tessa Landry or if, somehow, NHL legend Patrick Roy had taken her spot in net.

    Candice Monhollan
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  • Crime

    Kennett man arrested after responding to online ads for underage sex

    AURORA, ILL.>> A Kennett Square man was one of eight men arrested in west suburban Aurora, Illinois during a series of stings targeting people who allegedly sought underage sex through online advertisements.

    Fran Maye
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  • News

    Kennett merchants: A big reason for Kennett’s Square’s success

    Kennett Square, just one square mile with about 5,000 residents, has become the most successful borough in Chester County.

    Fran Maye
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  • Crime

    Police Reports Jan. 29

    State Police Avondale Stolen clubs >> Someone stole golf clubs and bag from Innescrone Golf Club in the 700 block of East Avondale Road in London Grove Township on Dec. 16 at 11:09 a.m., police said.

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  • News

    Unionville School District resignations, new hires

    Resignations Margaret Buck >> Teacher, Pocopson Elementary.

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