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Dr. Joseph Eckman, Sr.
Dr. Joseph Frederick Eckman, Sr., age 70, of Kennett Square left his earthly body behind on November 29, 2013 and moved on to eternal life with his Savior in Heaven, just five months after his diagnosis of melanoma.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Longwood lights up season
This year, A Longwood Christmas features trees adorned with fruit, a floating tree display and a 12-foot light fountain.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Is murder-suicide a material defect in a home sale?
Can a "psychological defect," such as a murder-suicide occurring in a home, be considered a material defect that needs to be disclosed before a real estate transaction? According to plaintiffs attorney Timothy Rayne of MacElree Harvey in Kennett Square, the issue should at least be put to a jury.
Red Cross makes it easy to thank military
Visitors to Longwood Gardens on Monday night will be able to sign cards for the military, courtesy of the American Red Cross.
The Jersey Journal
Report: Drunken man who urinated on building, fell on his face while running from...
MORRISTOWN - A 22-year-old Pennsylvania man injured himself when he ran from officers who were trying to arrest him after he urinated on the side of a skating rink near Dumont Place, according to a Morristown Police report.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Galer Estate likes two of its blends for its 'leftover' Trio for the Table
A glimpse at Galer Estate's two ice wines, something worth considering to pair with meals this weekend and beyond.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Daily Journal
Students decorate Longwood Gardens tree
Students in Cynthia Wilson's fourth-grade class at Cumberland Christian School were excited when they received notification that their proposal for decorating a tree for the Children's Christmas Trees display at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa., was accepted.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Bountiful birthday wishes for beloved centenarian
On Sunday, people celebrated from as far away as Italy - jubilantly singing birthday wishes on the computer.
State police probing bike theft in Newlin Township
On Nov. 18 between 8:20 and 8:50 p.m., someone stole a dark blue Ventana single-speed bicycle from an unlocked garage in the 600 block of Harveys Bridge Road in Newlin Township, said state police from the Embreeville barracks.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
New home decor shop on W. State St. in Kennett Square
"Furniture and home decor have always been a love of mine," replied Terri Oxenford, owner of Home DA©cor by Terri at 404 W. State Street, when asked what attracted her to the retail home furnishings and gifts trade.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
New organic food market opens in Kennett Square
Take a stroll through the historic downtown area and you will find shops and restaurants galore.
New Garden Police release sketch of robbery suspect
New Garden Township Police have released a composite sketch of a man wanted for a pre-dawn armed robbery in the parking lot of the New Garden Shopping Center on Friday, Nov. 15. Authorities said they hope the drawing, which was prepared by a Chester County detective, will lead to the apprehension of the suspect, who brandished a black, ... (more)
Progress seen in plan to end homelessness
For nearly 10 years, 77-year-old Pedro lived in the Kennett Square shadows: hidden in a ramshackle, makeshift structure he called home.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Political news and notes: 2014 legislative races kicking off
The political news cycle never seems to end these days, on the heels of the final write-in election results being posted Friday, we have a batch of new candidate announcements or pending announcements in 2014 state legislative races - and even, it seems - an early hint about a 2016 race.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
D.A.: Collaboration needed to end heroin threat
Andy Rumford, a grieving father who founded Kacie's Cause in memory of his daughter, urges an audience in New Garden Township not to ignore the warning signs of heroin abuse.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Town's Giant Mushroom To Be Star of Its New Year's Eve Fete
While thousands will celebrate the annual ball drop in New York City's Time Square New Year's Eve, the town of Kennett Square, Pa., will celebrate by way of a giant mushroom, according to the Christian Science Monitor.
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Town Giant Mushroom to be Displayed on New Year's Eve
Kennett Square lies in the vicinity of Philadelphia. While it does not appear to be extraordinary at first sight, in actuality there is a lot more to the place than meets the eye.
Mushroom to fall at midnight in Kennett Square
KENNETT SQUARE Kennett Square has likely never been mistaken for Times Square. But on New Year's Eve, the two will have one thing in common: a ball drop.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Pa. town to ring in New Year with giant mushroom
The 700-pound, stainless steel toadstool will be lowered from a crane Dec. 31 as residents of Kennett Square count down to the New Year.