Local gun safety organization taking aim at lawmakers

Previously published through Digital First Media for The Daily Local News West Chester >> A nonprofit volunteer organization is calling on residents to contact their local lawmakers to enact laws to reduce gun violence in Chester County. Gun Sense Chester County was established in 2017 but is not an entirely new group. It was previously …

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New biking trails leads to formation of clubs, activities for cyclists in Kennett Township, Kennett Square

Previously published through Digital First Media for The Daily Local News Kennett SQUARE >> Biking is a fantastic exercise and can be a fast and environmentally safe way to get around. However, this convenient mode of transportation can become inaccessible when townships do not prioritize community walking and biking trails. Biking on roads like Route …

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Stateline Woods Preserve to add 82-acres in Chester County

Previously published through Digital First Media for The Daily Local News Kennett Township>> At the 82-acre Stateline Woods Preserve, there are activities such as hiking trails, biking trails, horseback riding, bird watching and even cross-country skiing. And on Friday afternoon, June 23, there will be three more acres of land for nature lovers to enjoy. …

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Chester County’s most accomplished women honored for work at March of Dimes

Previously published through Digital First Media for The Daily Local News WEST CHESTER>> Four of Chester County’s most accomplished women were honored for their professional accomplishments, leadership and work in the community at The March of Dimes ‘Salute to Women of Achievement’ ceremony Thursday. The March of Dimes’ fifth Lifetime Achievement Award in 27 years …

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WCU grads told to adapt and overcome challenges

Previously published through Digital First Media for The Daily Local News WEST CHESTER >> A bit of rain couldn’t hold back the West Chester University 2017 graduates over the weekend as the university gave its good wishes and said goodbye to its largest class yet. More than 3,000 students – 2,590 undergraduates and 444 master’s …

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Border wall costs dropped from Budget Debates

Mr. Trump once again graced the world with a tweet Tuesday morning, “Don’t let the fake media tell you that I have changed my position on the WALL. It will get built and help stop drugs, human trafficking etc.” While he still firmly believes in enhancing the existing border wall between the United States and …

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Russian robot, destined for space, shows off gun slinging skills

Russian scientists have created a robot they call FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research). Videos of the machine screwing in lightbulbs and driving cars are impressive. But what is concerning for many across the globe is FEDOR's ability to wield guns. Fear, stemming from science fiction movies and books, is understandable as everyday the world …

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