Ballot questions make a primary for all

The spring primary this year is next Tuesday, May 18 and this one is not just for voters registered as Democrats or Republicans. All who are registered will be able to vote because of several ballot questions that would affect the state Constitution. Among the questions are two that evolved from Gov. Tom Wolf’s unilateral emergency declarations and extensions of the declarations. One question asks…

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At-home vaccinations available

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Kerri Barrett, Good Fellowship Ambulance Paramedic, administers the COVID-19 vaccine to an at-home individual. Any Chester County resident in need of an at-home vaccine appointment should call the Chester County Health Department at 610-344-6225.

As part of its effort to ensure every eligible Chester County resident who chooses to have a COVID-19 vaccine is able to receive one, the Chester County Health Department has partnered with local emergency medical services agencies to schedule at-home vaccine appointments for those who are unable to attend a vaccine clinic. Through the partnership, advanced emergency medical technicians and paramedics are deployed to administer…

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Adopt-a-Pet May 10

The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Yellow This long-legged handsome fella is Yellow. Like the sun, Yellow is a jovial and exuberant guy who loves toys and very much enjoys going for walks. He comes into the play yard ready to party and would appreciate a home that has pups that match his playful energy…

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