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Chester County Press enhances its online presence

09/18/2013 01:57PM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print, Business


The Chester County Press is taking the charm of the southern Chester County community and giving it a home online.

The familiar faces and places of our community are the foundations of treasured memories: The market you visit for a Sunday night supper's last-minute ingredients, the park where your youngster first learned to throw that famous curve ball, the coffee shop where you always meet a friend.  Now we're adding fresh ways to interact with local stories that color our community. Online, you can stay connected and go behind the scenes with us to get to know this area even better. You can comment on articles, enter and vote in contests, and help create a showcase of what makes us special.

Our Event Calendar makes it easy to discover and share local happenings and activities, so you'll never miss a town hall meeting or weekend concert again. You can even list your upcoming event for free.

Using our handy Directory, powered by Locable, you can find and share tips on where to experience the best of what our community has to offer. It's easy, and free, for business owners to be included in the Directory. We help you share what makes your business unique. With ongoing updates to our business identity solution tools, we make it simple to get the most out of the constantly changing online environment. Now you can spend more time doing what you love and less time worrying about how to put the web to work for your business.

Best of all, you'll be able to share anything with friends and neighbors through e-mail, Facebook, Twitter and more - plus, Google loves us. With so many good people and great stories to celebrate, check back with us often for the latest from around town. We're bringing the community together online and helping businesses join the conversation.

Welcome home. We're so glad you're here.



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