Deneen “Neenie” Bewley of West Grove

Deneen “Neenie” Bewley, 57, of West Grove, died Friday, Nov. 11, at her residence. She was the wife of Don Bewley, with whom she shared 23 years of marriage. Born in Boone, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Rose Osborne Miller. She was a homemaker. Neenie enjoyed fishing, the outdoors, gardening, and being with her family and friends. In addition to…

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Historical holiday events in Chadds Ford

The Chadds Ford Historical Society is hosting two big holiday events in 2016. The first event offers a non-traditional start to the  shopping season, and the second is the traditional Candlelight Christmas Tour. On Saturday, November 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. our museum store is open to holiday shoppers as part of the nationwide Small Business Saturday promotion. We’ll help kick off the…

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Life-saving efforts lead to first-ever award

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Ethan Healey is shown with the first-ever President’s Award for Meritorious Service from the Chester County Association of Township Officials.

A 20-year-old West Chester University student has defied the belief that a single person can make a difference: Ninety-one people’s lives were saved in Chester County in less than two years because of his efforts. Ethan Healey of West Chester would be the first to insist that he received assistance from many others; however, it was his initiative and passion that led the Chester County…

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Mind Matters: Thresholds, between past and future

Some talk of thresholds as being sacred, a liminal space between worlds: a time of transition where you’re neither here nor there. Certainly in the past month or two, I have been ironically feeling homeless and caught between worlds not really having landed anywhere yet. This is absurdly ironic because we are dealing, at present, with two houses with mortgages, the one we’re leaving in…

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