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On Stage: Riverfront Blues fest, theatre and more

Local musicals include Annie, Cline tribute and Book of Mormon By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times There is a big difference between “having the blues” and “hearing the blues.” If… Read more »


Letter: GOP protests costing tax dollars

To The Editor, As we move into this election season, it’s interesting to me to see what fear and panic produces as Gov. Tom Corbett, sinks to 20% below his… Read more »


Chesco All-Stars fall one win short of US title game

With a 1-2 record going in to the final day of Big League World Series pool play, the Eastern Regional Champions—an all-star team comprised of young men from District 28/Chester… Read more »


Op/Ed: Time to deliver justice

By Susan Rzucidlo, Candidate, State Representative, 158th District I am disappointed that the Republican House leadership in Harrisburg continues to fail to help victims of abuse. HB 832 and HB… Read more »


Oehler earns Girl Scout Gold Award

CHADDS FORD — Jessica Oehler, an Ambassador Girl Scout with Unionville High School Troop 41535, has earned her Gold Award, the highest award within Girl Scouts. For Oehler’s project, she… Read more »


Letter: DA’s back pre-K to fight crime

To The Editor, The passage of the 2014-15 state budget included an important funding increase for future crime prevention – a $10 million increase for PA Pre-K Counts. What does… Read more »


Art Watch: Jasmine Alleger

Painting & Collage combines words and images that Pop! plus what’s going on this week in art By Lele Galer, Columnist, The Times Painter Jasmine Alleger will be exhibiting this… Read more »


Supervisors give The Barn at Spring Brook extension

Deal means facility can remain open, while addressing township’s, neighbors’ concerns By Kelli Siehl, Staff Writer, The Times POCOPSON — No large crowd and no fanfare, just The Barn at… Read more »

Robin Martin

Patton teacher attends Discovery workshop

EAST MARLBOROUGH — Robin Martin, a teacher from Charles F. Patton Middle School in Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, joined 149 esteemed educators from across the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom… Read more »


TCHS health students compete at conference

JENNERSVILLE — Four students from the Technical College High School (TCHS) Pennock’s Bridge Campus recently competed in the Health Occupation Students of America’s (HOSA) National Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida…. Read more »

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