Riding Kennett’s roads for 40 years

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Roger Lysle, shown with his family, celebrates 40 years working for Kennett Township.

In his 40 years on the job, Roger Lysle has traveled every road in Kennett Township in his unofficial capacity as part of the eyes and ears of the township. Those 73 miles of roads lead Kennett’s public works director and his crew to identify and solve problems with areas like roadways and bridges and maintain open spaces, that impact those who live and work…

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Board considers extending outdoor dining

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While residents sit socially distanced apart, Chadds Ford Board of Supervisors' Chairman Frank Murphy takes part in the June 30 workshop via Zoom. There were audio problems.

The first in-person Chadds Ford supervisors’ meeting in almost a year and a half had more technical problems than substance. Only Supervisor Noelle Barbone was in physical attendance. Chairman Frank Murphy and Vice-Chair Samantha Reiner took part via Zoom. For the most part, Murphy and Reiner were barely audible because of low volume, and frequent reverberation made that worse. Those factors made clear communication difficult.…

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Around Town July 1

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Photographers can shoot at the Kuerner Farm on Wednesday night, July 7.

• Photographers can get special evening access to Kuerner Farm, a National Historic Landmark, where Andrew Wyeth found intriguing subjects for hundreds of tempera paintings, watercolors, and drawings for more than 70 years. Photographers are invited to explore the property where they can photograph the iconic setting. One of Brandywine's knowledgeable interpreters will be available throughout the event to answer questions and provide insight into…

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