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Chester County Press Feb. 18 edition

02/18/2015 12:38PM ● By J. Chambless
In this week's Chester County Press, we bring you an update on the highly-anticipated arrival of Victory at Magnolia in Kennett Square, as well as progress on its neighbor, Magnolia Place...We invite you to the new Smithson Center for Arts and Recreation at the Jennersville YMCA...We review a new gallery exhibit at the Oxford Arts Alliance...We report on the new name for the Bayard Taylor Memorial Library in Kennett Square...We introduce the winners of our Valentine's Day Extravaganza sweepstakes...You'll read all of these stories and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's edition of the Chester County Press...

Below, find a list of our digital articles, and scroll to the bottom for the full issue, as well as our Winter Destination Delaware Special Section this week.

Top Stories

Halfway complete Magnolia Place has already become part of the community - 02172015 0221PM

Halfway complete, Magnolia Place has already become part of the community 

After delays, Victory at Magnolia to open this spring Read More » 


West Grove man charged with attempted luring of 13-year-old girl - 02162015 1216PM

West Grove man charged with attempted luring of 13-year-old girl

Undercover investigation reveals sexually explicit texts and photos Read More » 


Library in Kennett Square gets new name - 02172015 0220PM

Library in Kennett Square gets new name

The Bayard Taylor Memorial Library is changing to the Kennett Public Library Read More » 


The buildings on the site of the new wastewater treatment plant were designed to fit in with the rural character of the area

Infrastructure projects, planning have prepared Oxford for future

The Oxford area is prepared for the residential and commercial growth that will come in the next 20 years -- maybe longer Read More » 


A painting of a henna tattoo and elaborate dress by Navanjali Kelsey

New exhibit explores how the body is adorned

Oxford Arts Alliance looks at tattoos and other decorations Read More » 

Our Valentines Day Extravaganza winners are named - 02172015 0237PM

Our Valentine's Day Extravaganza winners are named!

From 433 entries, three winners were named last week in the Chester County Press' Valentine's Day Extravaganza Read More » 


Also Featured

Left to right Chester County Detective Sergeant Robert J Dougherty Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan and Jeremiah A Daley Executive Director of Philadelphia-Camden HIDTA

Drug Strike Force wins national award

DA Hogan: 'This is a proud moment for Chester County' Read More » 

Noah Lewis is a living history re-enactor who portrays Ned Hector a black Revolutionary War hero

A Revolutionary War hero lives again

Noah Lewis, a re-enactor of living history, brings a black hero to life for modern audiences Read More » 


Upland welcomes exchange students from Beijing - 02182015 1028AM

Upland welcomes exchange students from Beijing

Upland was selected as one of the schools to host the students in the Pennsylvania area. Read More » 


Uncle Irvin: East Marlborough's Keystone Cops

Police department is "a disorganized band of basically part-timers and an aging chief" Read More » 


Police Blotter for the week of Feb. 16

Drug arrests in New Garden Township and Kennett Square Read More » 


Obituaries for the week of Feb. 16

Obituaries for: Hall, Burruss, DiProspero, Taylor, Kozak, Allman, Powers Read More » 


Feb. 18 Chester County Press

Winter Destination Delaware Special Section

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