New Garden police talk gangs, drugs with public
In addition to talks and a question & answer session and some one-on-one face time for residents with many of the uniformed department members, the township police unveiled their new Website and offered demonstrations of the use of various pieces of police equipment.
American Legion Magazine
All I did was type
I think we all remember the day we raised our right hand and took our oath. After turning 18, I enlisted in the U.S. Army on Feb.
Lecture on Equine General Anesthesia Scheduled
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Firefighter's Funeral to be Held Saturday
Robert Miller will be laid to rest in Kennett Square Saturday following a funeral at the Good Will Fire Company fire station in West Chester.
Pa. lawmakers introduce non-discrimination bill
HARRISBURG, Pa.-Pennsylvania lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a bill that would ban anti-LGBT discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations in the commonwealth.
Going condo in Ardmore
A venture between Cornerstone Communities and Provco Group is looking to break ground early next year on a $20 million condominium complex that will replace the Main Line YMCA at the corner of Montgomery Avenue and St.
Brandywine Valley YMCA announces new board chairman
The YMCA of the Brandywine Valley, which has a branch in Kennett Square, announced a new board chairman on Monday, according to a news release.
Sunday Super Six is back
So, I'm pretty sure that my "monthly" installment of the Sunday Super Six inadvertently skipped April in its entirety.
Positively Philadelphia: Celebrating Our Region's Public Garden Heritage
This coming Friday, May 10th, is a very special day. It's National Public Gardens Day , and Philadelphia is home to more gardens than any other city in the country.
Visitors invited to enjoy Art Stroll on Friday
Put some spring in your step by celebrating the seasonal opening of the Kennett Square Farmers Market followed by the Art Stroll on Friday.
Sarro seeks new approach in E. Marlborough
John Sarro is, if you'll excuse the pun, seeing signs that the township needs a new supervisor who is better at bringing people together to work for long-term solutions.
Martha L Sampson, 90, of South Main Street, Russell, Pa., passed into the loving arms of her Heavenly Father on April 25, 2013.