Chester County PRESS Jan. 21, 2015 Edition
To commemorate the national holiday, we saw southern Chester County put its hands to work on Jan. 19, as hundreds of volunteers gave their time and energy to the Martin Luther King, Jr. CommUNITY Day of Sharing and food drive. We stopped by the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford to welcome Jamie Wyeth to a 60-year retrospective of his work that runs through April. We heard public outcry over the Lower Oxford Board of Supervisors' decision to greenlight the construction of an electronic billboard on Route 1. We also continued our coverage of the Save Our Water Committee's fight to prevent Artesian Water Pennsylvania, Inc. from being given the authority to activate a well in Landenberg. Read these stories and more in your Jan. 21 edition of the Chester County PRESS!
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Kids, parents, teachers and administrators turn area schools into donation centers Read More »
Address highlights 14th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. CommUNITY of Greater Kennett Area breakfast Read More »
Approximately 663 people signed a petition on change.org urging the supervisors to abandon the proposed changes. Read More »
The 2015 inductees are now among the 264 local players who have earned a permanent place in the Kennett Old Timers Baseball Association Hall of Fame Read More »
Event serves as a benefit for Neighborhood Services and the Oxford Arts Alliance Read More »
Companies interested in locating here should receive financial incentives Read More »
Indian girls' hoops now at 10-4 overall on the season Read More »
The next round of the Flyers Youth Hockey Shootout is set for March 25 Read More »
Jeffrey Mathew Ball fled the area in October Read More »
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