Shirley L. Stoneback of Nottingham

Shirley L. Stoneback, 85, of Nottingham, died Saturday, March 11, at her daughter’s residence. Born in Ashe County, N.C., she was the daughter of the late Charlie Smiley and the late Nora Davis Smiley. Shirley worked at the MGA CO-OP for 25 years retiring in 1999. She enjoyed flower gardening, trips to Longwood Gardens, traveling, and being with her family and friends. Shirley is survived…

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New spaces for workspaces

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Local co-working spaces are now available in three Chester County towns.

Phoenixville now joins Kennett Square and Downingtown for Work2gether options. The traditional work model has been transformed post-pandemic, and Phoenixville is now at the forefront of that change. Local coworking spaces offer an economical option to work, hold meetings, and host events close to home. After a year-long transformation of the building located at 21 Gay Street, Nick Winkler, owner of Work2gether, has announced Chester…

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Concordville Inn to be demolished

Concord Township Council last week issued a certificate of appropriateness for the demolition of the Concordville Inn. The property is being sold and the intent is for a new structure for Encompass Health to be used as a medical facility. That new facility would be two stories and be used as a 50-bed, in-patient rehabilitation center. A total of seven conditions are connected with the…

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Adopt-a-Pet March 13

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The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Acorn Acorn is a sweet and smart gentleman who adores people as well as playing in our play yards. He's a really nice dog and a favorite of volunteers and staff. He has good manners and knows basic commands, loves treats, and is easy to train. He enjoys car…

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