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Chester County businesses hit hard by pandemic receive state funding – Daily Local

Governor Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that 5,860 companies – including hundreds in Chester County – have received financial support this year under the COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Relief Program, helping to protect and preserve this vital industry by Pennsylvania. “We developed the CHIRP program to bring immediate relief to restaurants and …

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Warner Hamilton obituary (2021) – Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

Warner Jackson Hamilton Jr. – also known as Jack or Jackie, 61, from Kennett Square PA died peacefully in Chester County Hospital due to complications from COVID 19. After 19 days of fighting, he has lost the battle. He was the loving husband of Maria Louise Dibartolomeo Hamilton, with whom …

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player with local ties continues to shine for Duquesne | News, Sports, Jobs

Nathan Dragisich, a graduate of West Allegheny High School with local ties, continues to shine in Division 1 Men’s College Soccer at Duquesne University. He recently finished his junior season at Duquesne and received the Atlantic-10, 2nd All-Conference Team honors. Duquesne qualified for the A-10 final for the first time …

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West Chester officials consider barring mayors from holding two posts – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — Borough council will likely consider changing the way it fills vacant council positions and also preventing office holders from holding two elected positions simultaneously at the December meeting. City Councilor Nick Allen pitched the ideas at the November meeting. With a straw poll, council unofficially asked the …

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Daily Bread Begins to Prepare for Biggest Thanksgiving Yet | Local News

Kitchen manager Ansley Bean cuts up a turkey at Lynchburg Daily Bread on Tuesday. A bowl full of fresh cut sweet potatoes at Lynchburg Daily Bread on Tuesday. On Tuesday, Tim Tyree of Gerdy Construction works on the kitchen expansion at Lynchburg Daily Bread. The Lynchburg Daily Bread predicts Thanksgiving …

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Winning against the Saints could turn out to be a bit costly – Daily Local

PHILADELPHIA – It was a costly win for the Eagles on Sunday as regulars Darius Slay, Jordan Howard, Davion Taylor and Shaun Bradley were unable to complete a 40-29 win over the New Orleans Saints due to injuries . Slay is in concussion protocol, a cruel twist considering how his …

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When you give thanks, don’t forget your local newspaper

As Thanksgiving approaches, I usually take some time to reflect on who and what I’m grateful for and express my gratitude. That seems to be the point, after all. This year, for various reasons, my thoughts and appreciation are with journalists, newspapers and other news media. Sometimes the people and …

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More aid available for winter heating and utility bills | News, Sports, Jobs

By Josh Boak Associated press The Biden administration is taking action to help distribute billions of dollars in aid for winter heating and utility bills, an unprecedented amount that comes largely from its 1 coronavirus relief program. , $ 9 trillion. The program provided an additional $ 4.5 billion to …

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Chamber works to save Jennersville hospital

PENN TOWNSHIP – Fearing that the closure of the Jennersville Hospital will not only hurt the economy of southern Chester County, but put hardship on thousands of people who need quality medical care close to their homes, an effort is made to call on its owners to keep it open. …

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Phoenixville Green Power Project is one of two to win a national award

PHOENIXVILLE – The borough is one of only two municipalities nationwide to be selected for a $ 250,000 “Water Resource Recovery Award” from the US Department of Energy for its efforts to convert wastewater into energy. The other award-winning project is in Washington state. The Borough of Phoenixville has partnered …

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