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Latest Kennett Square vendor brings restaurant cooking to the home

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  • News

    Police Log

    New Garden: Traffic Stop >> On March 18, 2015 at 12:50 a.m., police observed a vehicle with an equipment violation at Baltimore Pike and Newark Road. A traffic stop was conducted in the 1300 block of Newark Road. Police contacted the driver, Joshua Hineman, 22, from Oxford. During the stop, police observed the driver to exhibit signs of impairment. Police administered standard field sobriety tests which further confirmed Hineman’s impairment. Hineman was taken into...

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  • News

    Longwood executive director receives a top garden tourism award

    East Marlborough >> Longwood Gardens Executive Director Paul B. Redman is the recipient of the 2015 Person of the Year award from the International Garden Tourism Network.

    By Sarah E. Moran For 21st Century Media |

  • News

    Penn Township roads deemed in good shape

    Penn >> Before the township solicits bids for road work for the year, Supervisor William Finnen wants the board to get together and take a look at the entire township

    By Marcella Peyre-Ferry for 21st Century Media |

  • News

    Charges dismissed in Tick Tock science kit, donation case

    New Garden >> The Chester County District Attorney’s Office has dismissed charges against former Tick Tock Early Learning Center Director Jackie Maas.

    Chris Barber
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  • Subject

    Crowds turn out to catch the early fish

    In the spirit of that sneaky Easter Bunny who hides eggy treasures to be tracked down by eager children on those traditional Easter Egg hunts, so does the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stock trouty treasures that await equally eager anglers on opening day. That opening day tradition took place in our corner of the commonwealth yesterday (Saturday, April 4) and Chester County trout fishermen took full advantage of the opportunity.

    By Tom Tatum For 21st Century Media |

  • News

    Kennett student left on bus for 5 hours; probe begins

    KENNETT SQUARE>>Police and school officials are working to determine how a seven-year-old student was left on a bus for more than five hours unattended.

    Fran Maye
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  • Features/People

    Hillendale Elementary gets UCFEF’s largest grant; will fund running trail

    Hillendale Awarded UCF Education Foundation’s Largest Grant in 2015!

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  • News

    Clarke named police chief in East Marlborough

    Robert Clarke—until Monday night the lieutenant and officer in charge of the East Marlborough Township police department—can now simply be called “chief”.

    By Matt Freeman For 21st centurymedia.com |

  • Crime

    Police Log

    New Garden: Traffic Stop >> On March 18, 2015 at 12:50 a.m., police observed a vehicle with an equipment violation at Baltimore Pike and Newark Road. A traffic stop was conducted in the 1300 block of Newark Road. Police contacted the driver, Joshua Hineman, 22, from Oxford. During the stop, police observed the driver to exhibit signs of impairment. Police administered standard field sobriety tests which further confirmed Hineman’s impairment. Hineman was taken into...

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  • News

    Lawmakers applaud Lincoln attempts to hold down costs

    Lower Oxford >> Members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly applauded Lincoln University’s efforts to keep tuition affordable and limit college debt. These statements were made by representatives of both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees during the budget hearings in Harrisburg on Tuesday. Acting President Valerie I. Harrison advocated for additional funding for Lincoln.

    Lincoln University press reelase |

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