Musing: What gives at UHS?

Reporters can be a suspicious lot. And we should be, especially when it comes to politicians and government entities. And make no mistake, public schools are government entities. School board members are politicians, they hold elected office and levy taxes. A school district superintendent is appointed by those politicians and is, therefore, a political appointee. So, when a superintendent sends out an email on a…

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Longwood announces summer fireworks

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Longwood Gardens fireworks

Fireworks & Fountains illuminate the night sky at Longwood Gardens this summer with six new awe-inspiring shows. Featuring jets that propel water as high as 175 feet, stunning lighting that can create an infinite number of color combinations, stirring music, and elaborate fountain choreography, each show is a spectacle to remember. To Philly, With Love—May 26 at 9:15 pm Come Rock Around the Clock, do…

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Charles Evan Law of West Grove

Charles Evan Law, 78, of West Grove, died Saturday, April 6, at his residence. Born in West Grove, he was the son of the late George Law Sr. and the late Catherine Russ. Charles worked for Kennett Crouse for 30 years, retiring in 1991. He enjoyed watching nature and being with his family and friends. Charles is survived by one brother, George Law Jr. and his…

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Adopt-a-Pet April 8

The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Lala Lala is a gorgeous 2-year-old who is a star runner with our Dogger volunteer jogging program. One look at her soulful eyes, and you’ll be hooked. Lala would make a good family dog and would like to meet any potential canine family. She can be adopted for a…

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