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Chester County Press March 4 edition

03/04/2015 08:51AM ● Published by J. Chambless
In our March 4 edition, we bring you to a meeting of the East Marlborough Board of Supervisors, who heard from angry Belrose residents about defects in the development's storm water basins ... We bring you front and center to the annual Winterfest in Kennett Square, where hundreds of beer lovers sampled the work of more than 60 breweries ... We share news from the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, which recently addressed the controversy surrounding measles vaccinations ... We also introduce you to a Pocopson Township author who is publishing his debut novel. All of this and gallery shows, education news and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's Chester County Press.


A capacity crowd of residents of Belrose turned out to address the East Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors on March 2

East Marlborough supervisors hear from angry Belrose residents

Homeowners say storm eater basin problems are not being addressed Read More » 

 

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Hundreds cheer on beer at Winterfest

A sold-out crowd and more than 60 vendors pack Kennett Square for annual fundraiser Read More » 

 

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Unvaccinated children in area schools are topic of letter sent to community

About 97 percent in district have vaccinations, but that leaves many at risk Read More » 

 

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‘Food brings people together'

With four menus that are always evolving, Ware Presbyterian Village is raising the bar for dining services that are offered at senior living facilities Read More » 

 

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Pocopson Township author releases debut novel

Bryan Reardon's novel, "Finding Jake," is being published this week by HarperCollins Read More » 

 

Search for new borough manager continues in Kennett Square

Borough council also approves conditional-use application for Cannery Row project Read More » 

 Other Stories

View From Harts Chapel

Exploring the Chesapeake with artist Carole Huber

Landscapes capture local scenes at Bookplace in Oxford Read More » 

 

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A gift to Kennett Square and to herself

Photographer's journey becomes new gallery exhibit Read More » 

 

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Upland graduate nominated for National Collegiate Humanitarian Award

Kelsie Fralick, has been nominated for the BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey National Humanitarian Award Read More » 

 

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Oxford Rotary Club honors February Seniors of the Month

Oxford Area High School students Braise Alexander and Rebecca Portugal recognized Read More » 

 

Editorial: The 178-acre conflict of interest

At the New Garden Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 23, the votes of two board members were publicly brought into question Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: The Smithson family's generosity

Family joins the Herr and Ware families as fine examples of those who give back to their communities Read More » 

 

Police Blotter for the week of March 2

Second arrest in Kennett Square robbery, man charged with soliciting sex with underage girl, phone scams reported Read More » 

 

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Obituaries for the week of March 2

Obituaries for: Taylor, DiPietro, Mahaffey, Wollaston, Leombrone, Mathias, Comer, DeFrees, McDade Read More » 

 

March 4, 2015 Edition exactly as you would see in print.

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