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Letter: In support of paycheck protection

To The Editor: Pennsylvania needs Paycheck Protection laws. It’s not fair that public sector unions have special privilege.  It is not the responsibility of government entities to collect union dues.  … Read more »


Letter: Healthcare contributions to Pitts are unethical

To The Editor:  Candidates for public office filed their fundraising reports this week and I was shocked by the report submitted by Congressman Joe Pitts. Mr. Pitts is the Chair… Read more »

Travel restrictions scheduled for U.S. 202

PennDOT says work is part of project to widen highway to six lanes KING OF PRUSSIA – Weather permitting, two overnight travel restrictions are scheduled on U.S. 202 in Chester… Read more »


Ways Lane: Kennett will fix potholes to improve access

Longer term: Twp. will propose rehab options for private road By Rick Marts, Staff Writer, Kennett Times KENNETT —The township’s Board of Supervisors, the board’s engineer and solicitor, and less… Read more »

Residents urged to ‘Race Against Violence’

19th annual event supports Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County Another sure sign of spring: Preregistration is underway for the Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Inc.’s 19th Annual Chester County Race… Read more »

Threatening letter dooms bid for more freedom

Chester County judge rules that killer’s language ‘raises concerns’ By Kathleen Brady Shea, Managing Editor, The Times A threatening letter written recently by a former county resident acquitted of heinous crimes… Read more »


Downingtown’s Klim brings new music home

Buoyed by new love, new album, artist performs at Burlap and Bean, April 25 By Denny Dyroff, Correspondent, The Times Burlap and Bean Coffee in Newtown Square has built a reputation… Read more »

Conservation-conscious companies being sought

County soliciting nominations for Green Business awards After a brutal winter, it’s time to celebrate green. The county is seeking nominations for environmentally-conscious businesses that deserve recognition. Retail, manufacturing, small… Read more »

Trees destined for east branch of Brandywine

Pennsbury Township also on list for reforestation On Saturday, April 19, a formidable planting posse will converge at the southeast corner of Rt. 282 and Dowlin Forge Road in East Brandywine… Read more »


Community Conversation on youth center postponed

Foundation wants time to answer questions about The Barn on Doe Run  EAST MARLBOROUGH — The Unionville-Chadds Ford Education Foundation has asked for and received a postponement of the planned… Read more »

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