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Chester County Press May 27 edition

05/27/2015 08:32AM ● 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.

Oxford School Board approves new pact with teachers - 05262015 0214PM

Oxford School Board approves new pact with teachers

The deal is retroactive to July 1, 2014 and extends through June 30, 2018 Read More » 

 

Former Kennett Township Police Chief Albert J McCarthy addressed an appreciative audience at his retirement ceremonies held May 20 at the Kennett Township Building

McCarthy recognized for his 42 years of service

Police chief receives retirement send-off from township Read More » 

 

Roadmap to revitalization - 05262015 0223PM

Roadmap to revitalization

Oxford Borough officials optimistic that updated revitalization plan is a guidepost to bright future Read More » 

 

Erin and Brett Lelko in their Oxford home

El Salvador mission gives hope 

An Oxford couple will work with youth for a month this summer Read More » 

 

Nicholas Place of the Brandywine Polo Club pursues a goal

Brandywine Polo Club kicks off 2015 season

Picture-perfect weather draws a crowd to polo grounds Read More » 

 

Oxford moves forward with plans for special needs playground equipment - 05262015 0228PM

Oxford moves forward with plans for special needs playground equipment

Officials believe Oxford Memorial Park would be the only one in the area with playground equipment designed for youngsters with special needs Read More » 

 

Seavey defeats Morley in primary voting for Magisterial District Judge - 05202015 1215PM

Seavey defeats Morley in primary voting for Magisterial District Judge

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 » 

 

The Pennsbury Mill sits just off Fairville Road in Chadds Ford

Making electricity the old-fashioned way

At Pennsbury Mill, 1918 technology is still going strong Read More » 

 

Yarn It - 05262015 0208PM

Yarn It! 

Penn London Elementary students learn a new way to express themselves creatively from an artist-in-residence Read More » 

 

The puppies that found a home - 05252015 0114PM

The puppies that found a home

Landenberg author writing children’s book series Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: State Police bosses are mum on McCarthy cover-up

Questions are circling around retired Police Chief Albert McCarthy 

Read More » 

 

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