Boleslaw E. Brzoska of West Grove

Boleslaw E. Brzoska, 77, of West Grove, died Tuesday, Dec. 12, surrounded by his loving family at ChristianaCareHospital. He was the spouse of Alicja (Dziegielewska) Brzoska, with whom he shared 55 years of marriage. Born in Peczerzyno, Poland, he was the son of the late Edward and Bronislawa  (Grabowska) Brzoska. He was predeceased by his sister and brother-in-law, Lucja (Miroslaw) Zaionc. In his youth, Boleslaw attended Gdansk…

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Dr. Joseph Allen Kobeski of Kennett Square

Dr. Joseph Allen Kobeski, 53, of Kennett Square, died suddenly of an apparent heart attack, doing what he loved best, hunting on his farm with friends, on Saturday morning Dec. 9. He was the beloved husband of Jena Elise (Iannuzzelli) Kobeski, with whom he shared 14 years of marriage. Born in Chicago, Ill., he was a son of the late Walter Dan Kobeski and Virginia…

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Trains & cheer at Winterthur

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Chief Conductor Kirk Lindvig

The classic Twelve Days of Christmas may include lords a-leaping, ladies dancing, and a few too many birds, but Yuletide at Winterthur styles the holiday a bit differently this year. Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library has added a variety of new displays, including “Twelve Days of Christmas,” a fantastical toy train display that presents antique favorites for children both young and young at heart. “I…

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