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Program aims to help Spanish speakers get and understand health and social services
Yuliana Vazquez of Kennett Square was 25 with an 8-month-old baby girl when doctors found a lump in her breast.
September 11 2014
Teen killed in Kennett Square crash ID'd
Police have identified the 18-year-old girl killed in a crash in Chester County.
February 19 2013
Top Veterinary School Thanks Governor Corbett for Maintaining Funding, Investing in Animal Health a
KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Tom Corbett, joined by leaders of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, announced today that the proposed 2013-14 budget will maintain funding for the school's nationally renowned veterinary education and research.The proposed budget will provide level funding for the state's only veterinary institution ...
February 10 2013
Nursing home firm strengthens its rehab arm
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Genesis Healthcare, a nursing-home giant based in Kennett Square, is expanding its short-term rehabilitation business with a $30 million facility under construction in Voorhees.
August 04 2012
Genesis HealthCare Appoints New Chief Nursing Officer
KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Genesis HealthCare(SM), one of the nation's largest providers of skilled nursing and assisted living care, today announced that JoAnne Reifsnyder, PhD, ...
July 17 2012
Dr. Casey Sclar Appointed Executive Director for the American Public Gardens Association - KFDA
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., June 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Public ... JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon declared competent to stand trial U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson has declared JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon competent to stand trial on the charge ...
June 16 2012
Congressional subcommittee to hold hearing on health and welfare in racing industry
Kennett Square, pennsylvania
A subcommittee of the House of Representative’s Committee on Energy and Commerce has scheduled a hearing for April 30 to examine health and welfare issues surrounding the racing industry, according to a notice from the committee.
May 13 2012
POLICE LOG: March 23, 2012
Kennett Square, pennsylvania
Pedestrian killed A Kennett Square man was killed Saturday night March 17 crossing Baltimore Pike near Greenwood Road when he was hit by a motor vehicle, said state police.
April 14 2012
Top Boothwyn Remodeling Contractor Donald J. Clark Home Improvements Announces New Trends in Mother
Kennett Square, pennsylvania
Donald J. Clark Home Improvements, with 33 years experience specializing in room additions and kitchen remodels, sees rise in demand for in-law apartments.Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 13, 2012 The first waves of baby boomers have reached their golden years and are getting creative with long-term care solutions for their aging parents. A large number of American households last year included ...
March 22 2012
Pennsylvania's nursing homes are in crisis
Kennett Square, pennsylvania
Pennsylvania's nursing homes can no longer sustain themselves with the latest cuts to Medicaid, according to a health advocate for the elderly. Families who are likely to pick up the slack also are seeing their support threatened.
March 22 2012
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