Steve Budischak of Kennett Square

Steve Budischak, 98, of Kennett Square, formerly of Wilmington, Valley Stream, N.Y., and Wheeling, W.Va., died Friday, April 14, at Paoli General Hospital. He was the husband of Martha Budischak, with whom he shared 70 years of marriage. Martha predeceased Steve in 2016. Steve was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Steve was a 21-year Navy veteran, serving in WWII and visiting ports of…

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Royal Farms hearing concludes

The waiting has begun on whether Royal Farms will receive conditional use approval for a convenience store in Concord Township. Township Council concluded last night the evidentiary portion of a conditional use hearing on the proposal and now has 45 days to decide. Royal Farms wants to put the store — with gasoline service — on a 1.4-acre lot in the split on Route 202…

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Mary Ann Campanella of West Chester

Mary Ann Campanella (nee Sherry), 70, of West Chester, died peacefully Saturday, April 15. Born in Philadelphia, in 1947, Mary Ann was the beloved wife of Sebastian "Sonny" Campanella with whom she shared 22 years of marriage; the dedicated daughter of Margaret Mary (nee Keating) Sherry and the late Vincent B. Sherry; loving mother of Meg Taft (David), Duke Gleeson, and Ann Gleeson; step-mother of…

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Art Watch: Art on Earth Day

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Photograph by Kathleen Magner Rios at the Oxford Arts Alliance

Friday April 21 The Oxford Arts Alliance celebrates Earth Day with an exhibition that is a delight to the senses "Living Art." The opening reception is from 5 to 8 p.m. and the show continues through May 12th. Also celebrating Earth Day this week is Street Road Artist's Space, at 725 Street Road in Cochranville, with interesting discussions and artistic explorations planned all weekend long. …

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Police Log April 19: Identity theft; retail theft; DUI

Pennsylvania State Police • Pennsylvania State Police from the Media barracks are investigating a case of identity theft involving a 28-year-old Chadds Ford woman. Police said the victim discovered on April 6 that several credit inquiries had been made in her name as well as several bogus accounts had been opened. • Jerry Lee Dixon, 28, of Utah, was arrested for DUI in Concord Township…

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