Art Watch: Look and listen

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Gallery talk at Church Street Gallery

Update: Opening at Gallery 222 has been changed to Friday February 10 because of weather. Art discussions, reviews and demonstrations are all the rage now at most of the local art galleries and museums. They are a great chance to hear artists talk about their work and to enter into lively discussions about art, materials, and any other art related questions or comments that may…

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Concord Township tax bills

Concord Township is reminding property owners on how to pay their property tax bills. In a township-wide email, property owners are reminded of the five ways to make a payments: Mail your check and tax bill to the TD Bank address indicated on your bill. Checks sent to TD Bank without a tax bill will be rejected and delays in posting will be encountered. Hand…

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Kathryn H. Sjolander of Kennett Square

Kathryn H. Sjolander, 97, of Kennett Square, died Friday, Feb. 3, at Kendal at Longwood. She was the wife of the late Newell O. Sjolander, who died in 1994. Born in Newark, N.J., she was the daughter of the late Charles and Louise Dohme Holton. Mrs. Sjolander was a homemaker. She enjoyed nature, the outdoors, art, painting, birding, music, traveling and her books. She is…

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Birmingham ready for bridge closure

Birmingham Township police are prepped and ready for the upcoming closure of the Route 926 bridge between Birmingham and Pocopson. Work to replace the bridge is scheduled to begin next Monday, Feb. 13 at 7 a.m., and Police Chief Thomas Nelling told Birmingham supervisors during their Feb. 6 meeting that his department plans extra patrols in the area, especially near Country Club Road. He said…

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