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Chester County PRESS April 8 Edition

04/08/2015 02:56PM ● Published by Kevin

In this week's Chester County Press, we bring you the stories of some of our neighbors, whose lives have been transformed through their association with Canine Partners for Life, now in its 25th year...We take you to Easter Sunday events at Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point...We bring you to the new architecture exhibit at the Oxford Arts Alliance, and introduce you to Concertmaster David Kim, who will be performing a benefit concert at Kennett High School on April 17...Township news, high school baseball, arts and entertainment, school announcements, and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's Chester County Press

Canine Partners for Life 25 years of changing lives - 04072015 1244PM

Canine Partners for Life: 25 years of changing lives

“The dogs amaze us every day, but I think we’ve just started finding out what they are capable of,” Darlene Sullivan said. Read More » 

 

Board hears complaints about construction delays in development - 04072015 0103PM

Board hears complaints about construction delays in development

Lamborn Hunt residents critical of builder's tardiness in completing projects Read More » 

 

Annual barn market antiques fair finds a new home - 04072015 1239PM

Annual barn market antiques fair finds a new home

Fifty vendors expected at Chadds Ford Historical Society for Massive Barn Antique Show on April 18 Read More » 

Penn Township seeks good news on intersection funding

Efforts are underway to improve the township's busiest intersection Read More » 

  

 

Editorial The broad vision of designing need - 04072015 1253PM

Editorial: The broad vision of designing need

When it comes to state-of-the-art home design for the vast majority of Baby Boomers, it's often the extreme ends of the spectrum and little in between Read More » 

 

Violinist to perform benefit concert for youth centers - 04072015 1245PM

Violinist to perform benefit concert for youth centers

Concertmaster David Kim to appear at Kennett High School on April 17 Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: Setting the record straight at U-CF

"The teachers' demands are totally 'off the wall' and the school board is right for warning taxpayers of the unconscionable union demands" Read More » 

 

Oxford baseball team looks to improve during 2015 season - 04072015 1228PM

Oxford baseball team looks to improve during 2015 season

The future looks bright for a young team Read More » 

 

Forever Sweet bakery opens in Oxford - 04072015 1154AM

Forever Sweet bakery opens in Oxford

Oxford's newest business features baked goods that are made from scratch Read More » 

 

Chester County PRESS April 8 Edition

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