Chester County Press May 27 edition
By J. Chambless
In this week's edition of the Chester County Press, we bring you to a heated discussion between London Grove residents and township supervisors over whether or not to incorporate a regional police unit in the township…We introduce you to Erin and Brett Lelko of Oxford, who will return to El Salvador for a third time to work with townspeople in poverty-stricken villages…We take you to the retirement ceremony for Albert J. McCarthy, who recently retired after 42 years as a law enforcement official…We introduce you to the revitilization plan for Oxford Borough, which spells out a bright future for the town…There's a look at the historic Pennsbury Mill and a look into the work of a local author. All of this and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's edition.
The deal is retroactive to July 1, 2014 and extends through June 30, 2018 Read More »
Officials believe Oxford Memorial Park would be the only one in the area with playground equipment designed for youngsters with special needs Read More »
In race for Chester County Court of Common Pleas, Allison Bell Royer and Julia Malloy-Good defeated District Magisterial Judge Dan Maisano and Parkesburg attorney John Carnes Read More »
Questions are circling around retired Police Chief Albert McCarthy