Sally L. Capozzi of Glen Mills

Sally L. Capozzi (nee Capozzoli), 92, of Glen Mills, died Monday, July 31. Born in Philadelphia in 1924, she was the daughter of the late Pasquale and Loisella (nee D'Alessandro). Sally enjoyed cooking, sewing, traveling within the United States, and being a member of the Maris Grove Blanket Club. She loved to spend time with her family, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Sally was the…

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Concord Township in brief

• Concord Township Council Tuesday night took care of some housekeeping issues by voting to revise the conditional use agreement with Royal Farms. Royal Farms wants to build a convenience store, with gasoline service, in the split on Route 202 north of Smithbridge Road. According to Council President Dominic Pileggi, two technical issues related to compliance with engineering and Historical Commission comments were inadvertently left…

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Police Log Aug. 2: Lock your car doors

• State police are reminding people to remove valuables and lock their vehicles when leaving them unattended. They also want people to park in well-lit areas and to report all suspicious activities in their neighborhoods, including suspicious vehicles and people. • State police from the Media barracks said they arrested Marquita Sharee Moore, 27, of Philadelphia, on drug possession charges following a traffic stop on…

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Raising the Steaks: Reasoning for uncommon seasoning

Cooking with seasonings is not only commonplace but in some cases necessary for a truly flavorful, delicious meal. Black pepper, kosher salt, oregano, basil, garlic and onion powders, you’ve undoubtedly heard of and/or cooked with these. They are safe, flavorful, and versatile in almost all dishes. There are hundreds upon hundreds of uncommon or lesser-known seasonings; such are grains of paradise, sumac, nigella seeds, and…

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