12 hrs ago
Pocopson wants representation on library board
Taxation without representation may have started the American Revolution, but it seems to be also behind a simmering conflict between township officials and a local library.
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21 hrs ago
Signs of spring: ice cream, more outdoor tables
Armando Bernal takes an order as Daniel Castaneda puts toppings on a fresh fish taco that Martha Rodriguez has just prepared at Michoacana Grill.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Women of the House
Joanie Maddden's home was filled with music while growing up as the daughter of Irish immigrants in New York City.
The Daily Journal
Talented CCC faculty making impact in region
I recently received a thank-you letter from one of the most renowned academic veterinary clinics in the world about the research contributions made by a visiting Cumberland County College professor.
Chesco workshop offers directions to expunge records
KENNETT SQUARE A community nonprofit is teaching people with misdemeanor offenses how to get their criminal records expunged to improve their job prospects, at a free workshop on Thursday.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Two area engineering firms merge
The merger of these two engineering firms brings together two different lines of HVAC equipment businesses that serve distinct markets.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The News Journal
Entrepreneur course planned
An upcoming eight-week course is designed to provide good advice for Latino entrepreneurs.
D.A. announces addition to child-abuse unit
New Chester County Detective Kristin Lund is congratulated by Lt. Kevin Dykes , Chief Detective James Vito, and District Attorney Tom Hogan.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Art Watch: Shake off winter by taking in some art
With all the snow and ice of the past weeks, it will be nice to start visiting the local galleries again, going to events and warming up to great food, wine and local art.
Network that aids small businesses struggling with budget cuts
Glenn McAllister, left, Director of the Small Business Development Center at Widener University, meets with Geoff Broome, right, who along with his wife Amy Broome, is considering purchasing a dance studio in Kennett Square.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Your week: Fun things to do, see and hear Feb. 28-March 6
How did these two grand traditions not hook up until now? Never mind. Moving forward, there's a new Mummers event in town, a six-hour Mardi Gras party featuring dem golden slippers, adult beverages, food trucks and a whole lot more.
The Dirt: What To Get At The Farmera s Market This Weekend
We're in the home stretch, people. March and April are some of the toughest months for seasonal eating, because we're winding down on the storage crops , but the spring favorites that make it clear that a new season is beginning are still several weeks away.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Now streaming: my little in vitro pony
An eleven-year-old thoroughbred named My Special Girl is expecting to deliver her foal mid-March at the New Bolton Center Campus in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Advocacy groups to hold free expungement session
Past brushes with the law don't necessarily have to cloud a person's future: La Comunidad Hispana's Legal Assistance Program is offering a free workshop on policies and procedures that will help qualified people expunge minor criminal records, a LCH news release said.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Roberta Fessenbecker, owned art studio
Roberta Hazel Fessenbecker, 84 of Lewes, passed away Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014, at Delaware Hospice Center, Milford, with her son and beloved pet Millie by her side.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Lowell psychiatric facility to close
A Lowell psychiatric facility owned by Genesis HealthCare, based in Kennett Square, Penn., will close by March 20. A total of 86 workers at the 101-bed Glenwood Center will lose their jobs.
State police: 2 area residents arrested for drunken-driving
Michelle Ann Dell, 37, of Chadds Ford, was arrested for driving under the influence on Sunday, Feb. 16, in Kennett Township, said state police from the Avondale barracks.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Corbett moves to reappoint Powelson to PUC
Gov. Tom Corbett moved Tuesday to reappoint Robert F. Powelson of Kennett Square to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, or PUC.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
UHS used book sale kicks off Friday
One of the largest sales of its kind in the northeast is set to return to the Unionville High School gymnasium on Friday evening, Feb. 21, when the doors open to the annual Unionville High School PTO Used Book Sale.
Burgeoning regional brewery notches another Victory
Victory Brewing Co. co-founders Ron Barchet and Bill Covaleski accept the 2014 Sustainable Agriculture Business Leadership Award from the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture earlier this month.