Barnard House put on temporary hold again

For the second meeting in a row, concerns about the interior of the Barnard House surfaced during the Pocopson Township supervisors’ nearly two-hour meeting on Monday, April 27. And, for the second time, the supervisors tabled a vote on a “scope of work” bid package from Melton Architects, despite assurances from Dennis Melton that all the remaining questions and details could be resolved as work…

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Cinco de Mayo set to brighten borough

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Cinco de Mayo will enliven the streets of downtown Kennett Square on Sunday.

From pinatas to paintings, Cinco de Mayo, a multicultural, family-oriented street festival, will take place in downtown Kennett Square on Sunday, May 4. Presented by Casa Guanajuato, the festival highlights Hispanic arts, music and food. A diverse selection of regional financial, health, and educational organizations will also participate. The festival will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will necessitate some detours for area…

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Charles L. Malin of Kennett Square

Charles L. Malin, 73, of Kennett Square, died Monday, April 27, at the Pocopson Home. Born in West Chester, he was the son of the late Hazel Malin Pugh. He was a life long resident of Kennett Square, and he attended Kennett High School. He was a machine operator at the NVF Company, where he worked along side his mother and cousin Greta, retiring after…

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