Bernard “Bo” J. Radecki Jr. of Avondale

Bernard “Bo” J. Radecki Jr., 56, of Avondale, died suddenly Tuesday, Jan. 12, at his home in Avondale. Born in Kingston, Pa., he was a son of Bernard and Frances (Henicheck) Radecki Sr. of Avondale. Bo graduated from Wilkes University with a bachelor of science degree in accounting and Goldey Beacom College with a bachelor of science degree in Information Technology. Bo was general manager…

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Roadwork for week of Jan. 16

PennDOT has announced the following road projects, which are weather-dependent and could affect residents in the greater Chadds Ford area during the week of Jan. 16 through Jan. 23. Motorists are urged to allow extra time if they are traveling through one of the construction zones. Route 1 in Concord Township will be the site of lane restrictions between Powell and Stoney Bank roads from…

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Police: Missing 64-year-old woman found safe

State police from the Avondale barracks said a missing, endangered 64-year-old woman from Lower Oxford Township has been safely returned to her family. In a press release, state police from the Avondale barracks said Mary Jane Poe, who was reported missing on Wednesday, Jan. 6, was located in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Police on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Police said Poe's last known location was in Philadelphia in…

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Agency to increase support for abuse victims

With domestic and sexual violence affecting one in every four women in the U.S., a national nonprofit has named La Comunidad Hispana (LCH) as one of six recipients of funding to expand support systems for victims. Futures Without Violence identified the Kennett Square nonprofit for assistance to promote the safety and health of people seeking services. LCH will work with the Domestic Violence Center of…

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