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Union Township to approve SALDO changes

By Denise Larive For Digital First Media |

Genesius Theatre to present ‘In The Heights’ musical comedy

Genesius Theatre presents “In The Heights” — the light, sweet & hot, hot, hot Latin & hip-hop musical comedy — which runs August 5 thru 14 at the 10th and Walnut theater. Step into the super hot Tony Award-Winning ...

Genesius Theatre |


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    State Police: Honey Brook burglary under investigation

    On July 3 at approximately 10:15 a.m., State Police responded to Rock Road in Honey Brook Township for the report of an attempted burglary.


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    Big Shot sponsored by Petersheim Bros. Inc.: Local Garden Club members serve as judges for PHS Gardening Contest

    Twin Valleys Garden Club recently served as judges for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) Gardening and Greening Contest, in which backyard and community gardeners in Philadelphia and surrounding counties competed for coveted blue ribbons. Carol Heilner noted that this contest encourages a commitment to green spaces. “As judges we were excited to see gardeners creatively using available space from large plots to a strip of land along a driveway,” she said. Judging in...


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    Chester County Recorder of Deeds launches Operation Fraud Guard

    Chester County Recorder of Deeds Rick Loughery is introducing a new service to his office called Operation Fraud Guard. Operation Fraud Guard initiates an enhanced review of real estate transactions to protect the elderly and disabled persons from property fraud.

    Chester County |

  • Columns

    PERSON TO PERSON - IMPACT: If only we could be kids again!

    No, forget it. I will not accept the Nobel Peace Prize. However, I will let you in on a BIG secret. I have figured out why there is such hatred and violence in our world today. We adults grew up! In other words, we just didn’t stay like innocent kids. Over the years, we develop prejudices from the older members of our families, friends and throughout the world. We hear stories about other people and just lose our trust in the goodness of people. Do Black Lives Matter? Do White Lives...

    By Jeff Hall Columnist |

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    Local students earn degrees, honors from Cabrini

    The following local students were awarded degrees from Cabrini College, now Cabrini University, at its 56th Commencement on Sunday, May 22. Cabrini officially became a University on July 1, making the Class of 2016 the last graduates of the College. Graduates are:

    Cabrini University |

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    Satoyama Homestead offers tips for raising backyard chickens

    Whether you are looking for fresh eggs or meat (or both), chickens are an excellent way to begin producing your own food on your own terms. Like other livestock, chickens need appropriate shelter, nutrition, clean water and care. Chickens are also social animals and will be happiest in a flock, so consider raising two or more birds together.

    Satoyama Homestead |

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    CVC’s Carol Intintoli receives PCCD Victim Services Award

    Amidst accolades such as “a gifted ally for young people in the community,” “a dedicated victim advocate and educator,” “a constant pillar of support for the agency” and “a treasured mentor and friend,” a stunned Carol Intintoli received the 2016 Governor’s Victim Service Pathways’ Individual Prevention/Education and Outreach Award from the PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD). Intintoli, the longest serving staff...

    The Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Inc. |

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    Just Friends and Potter’s Clay to perform Music in the Grove

    St. John Center Lutheran Church again welcomes Just Friends and Potter’s Clay to Music in the Grove on Sunday evening, Aug. 7 at 6 p.m. Just Friends is a local group that plays old time country and gospel music. The members of Just Friends are Vera Kochel, Leon Gehman, Raymond Weidman and Theresa King. Just Friends will perform the first part of the program, followed by Potter’s Clay playing all gospel music for the second segment.

    St. John Center Lutheran Church |

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    Ask Esther: How can we improve our home to get the best and quickest sale?

    Dear Esther: We are thinking of selling in a year or two. We want to do all we can to improve our home so it sells for the most money and quickly. What advice can you give to guide us in this?

    By Esther Prosser Columnist |

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    Chester County ranked in top 10 most innovative digital counties in nation

    Chester County took its place among the digital elite this week, when it was presented with a Digital Counties Survey award that recognizes the most innovative digital counties in the nation. Chester County ranks 10th among America’s 3,000-plus counties.

    Chester County |

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