Thanksgiving To-Go

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Whole Foods Festive Feast features all the traditional trimmings.

Adapting to the changes for the 2020 holiday season, many customers are turning to the area restaurants and caterers for an easy, stress-free feast. "This is our tenth year offering Thanksgiving takeaway meals," said Sandra Morris, co-owner of Portabellos of Kennett Square. Their price fixe three-course dinner includes salad and dessert with main course choices of the traditional turkey and sides, as well as beef,…

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Road report for Nov. 21 to Nov. 27

PennDOT has announced the following road projects, which are weather-dependent and could affect drivers in the greater Chadds Ford area during the week of Nov. 21 to Nov. 27. Motorists are urged to allow extra time if they are traveling through one of the construction zones. Work schedules are subject to change. • From Nov. 23 to 25, road restoration will cause daytime lane closures…

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No millage increase in Kennett

Kennett Township supervisors will not raise real estate taxes in their proposed 2021 budget, which will be advertised for approval next month following a unanimous vote at Wednesday’s meeting. The proposed budget, which will be voted on at the Dec. 16 supervisors’ meeting, does contain a local services tax (LST) of $52 for every person making over $12,000 who works in Kennett Township. The supervisors…

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Business Briefs Nov. 20

• Members of the Chadds Ford Business Association got their second lesson on how to “Grow with Google” during a Wednesday morning webinar. The hour-long session, hosted by former Delaware County resident Randi Penfil, dealt with the importance of businesses setting up Google Business accounts. Joe Lafferty, president of the Chadds Ford Business Association, commented at the end that business owners should definitely consider establishing…

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