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Kennett Beautification Committee Plant Sale Returns—In a New Location and in Time for Mother’s Day

One of the well-loved events that plant-loving locals missed in 2020 was the annual Kennett Beautification Committee Plant Sale. Organizers have announced that the plant sale is back this year, better than ever, in a two-day format and in a new location. Pratt's...

Creamery Poised to Reopen; Star & Lantern Coming Soon

“. . . an unfurling of neighborly connection . . .” By Luke Zubrod As green buds begin to assure that a long winter is behind us and with vaccines now broadly available, Square Roots Collective is abuzz with anticipation as we prepare for two upcoming launches on...

How did we get here from here? Part 1

A view of the 100 block of South Union Street, with gas lamps, sometime between 1882 (when the First Baptist church at the corner was built) and 1893, when homes were beginning to be wired for electricity. (Photo credit: Joe Lordi/KHC) Drawing the Square: The Power...

Kennett Is Only Beginning to Bloom: Three Professional Horticulturalists Will Beautify Kennett Square as Part of Historic Kennett Square’s “Kennett Blooms” Project

The spring planters installed last weekend by the Kennett Beautification Committee in partnership with the Four Seasons and Spade and Trowel garden clubs, Bill Reynolds of Pratts’ Greenhouse, and the Borough’s Department of Public Works, are giving Kennett residents a...

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