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Chester County Press November 26, 2014 Edition

11/26/2014 04:28PM ● Published by Brian O

Read the Issue from November 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving to all of our readers.

This week's top stories include a deadline extension on public comment for Artesian Water plans in New Garden; two Octorara students die from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning; and Lincoln University president Robert Jennings resigns after controversial remarks.

Click here to read our e-edition for Nov. 26, 2014, or see below for the digital articles.

Lincoln University president resigns after controversial remarks - 11252014 1117AM

Lincoln University president resigns after controversial remarks

Remarks about sexual assaults were thought by some to blame women Read More » 

Image courtesy of Franklin Township

Franklin supervisors approve preliminary budget

Budget gets unanimous vote and no public comment Read More » 

Photo courtesy of New Garden Township

Township adopts preliminary budget for 2015

Plans to repair troublesome intersection nixed Read More » 

The Chalfant House was damaged by fire on Wednesday afternoon

Historic Kennett Square building damaged in Nov. 19 fire

Emergency relief fund has already raised more than $4,000 for home's residents Read More » 

The stores loft space is now Leshers studio

Blending art and home furnishings in Kennett Square

Artist Carol Lesher finds studio space at Holly Peters Oriental Rugs and Home Read More » 

Avon Grove schools make gains - 11252014 0414PM

Avon Grove schools make gains - 11/25/2014 04:14PM

Three of the district's schools edge closer to 'distinguished' score on School Performance Profile Read More » 


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