Lorraine Irene Dilley Settle of Harrington

Lorraine Irene Dilley Settle, 81, of Harrington, Del., died Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Milford Memorial Hospital in Milford, Del. She was the wife of Harvey C. Settle, with whom she shared 18 years of marriage. Her first husband, Cecil E. Dilley Sr, died in 1982, and with whom she shared 29 years of marriage. Born in Kennett Square, she was the daughter of the…

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Crozer-Keystone runs for cancer cures

Crozer-Keystone at Brinton Lake is continuing its goal of running to cure cancer. The Crozer Cancer Project team held its third annual Care 2 Cure on Saturday, Oct. 24. More than a dozen runners and a handful of walkers — doing a one-mile walk — took part. Dr. Raymond Vivacqua, the head of Crozer Brinton Lake’s Cancer Center, said this year’s 5K run and a…

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Coffee with candidates

Republican Party candidates for Region C of the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board, Carolyn Daniels, John Murphy and Lorraine Rammunno, are having a coffee and hope the public will attend. The session is Wednesday, Oct. 28 at The Mushroom Café, 880 Baltimore Pike, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Region C comprises Pennsbury and Chadds Ford townships.

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Op/ed: Barbone disappointed over endorsement

I was disappointed in Save the Valley’s decision to endorse Alan Horowitz for the supervisor’s election in Chadds Ford considering they have never spoken to me and seem to have ignored my work on behalf of Chadds Ford. Their endorsement refers to some unspecified “questions” that my opponent answered to their liking; what seems peculiar is that they never asked me any questions. They seemed…

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