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Eagle Scout project to improve Pennsbury Park

Discussion continues with Springdale Farm buyer By Kris Firey-Poling, Correspondent, The Times PENNSBURY — Have you ever visited the township’s 54-acre park? At Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, resident and… Read more »


Proposed UCF budget would boost taxes beyond Act 1 limits

Keystone Exams face growing opposition; health care eligibility audit discussed By Karen Cresta, Correspondent, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH – Taxes for the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District would increase beyond the… Read more »


UHS students urged not to drive impaired or distracted

Students come face to face with consequences of impaired driving during a Cruisin’ Smart™ assembly By Karen Cresta, Correspondent, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH – Unionville High School (UHS) students received… Read more »


926 bridge project delayed, but shortened

Construction now expected to start March, 2016; Rt. 52 traffic light confirmed By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times For those of you dreading the start of construction of the Route… Read more »


Clarke named to head E. Marlborough PD

Veteran officer to replace retiring Gerald Davis By Karen Cresta, Correspondent, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH – Robert Clarke, former township police lieutenant and officer, was appointed as the township’s new… Read more »


PennDOT hit over Birmingham potholes

Supervisors say they complain to no avail to state agency By Kris Firey-Poling, Correspondent, The Times BIRMINGHAM — There’s nothing like potholes to get everyone talking, as demonstrated at Monday… Read more »


7 year-old student left on Krapf’s bus for 5+ hours

KCSD statement: district ‘dismayed and disgusted’ By Kim Chiomento, News Editor, The Times KENNETT SQUARE – The Kennett Consolidated School District and other authorities are investigating exactly how a seven-year-old student… Read more »


Pratolas, Hopkins named Grand Marshall for Memorial Day Parade

KENNETT — World War II veterans Michael B. Pratola, Jr., Fred Patrola, Sr., and Robert Hopkins, Sr. were selected as this year’s Grand Marshals for the Kennett Square Memorial Day… Read more »


Chadds Ford supervisors take up busy agenda

Senior townhouse project, changes to Wegman’s plan weighed By Kris Firey-Poling, Correspondent, The Times CHADDS FORD — Creating ordinances and granting requests is tough work, as demonstrated by the Board… Read more »


LCH’s Bixby selected as advanced practice nurse

KENNETT — Rebecca Bixby, medical director of La Comunidad Hispana, has been selected as one of 30 advanced practice nurses in the country as a fellow for the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse… Read more »