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Chester County Press June 3 edition

06/02/2015 03:52PM ● Published by J. Chambless

This Week in the Chester County Press, we celebrate the life of Oxford resident and philanthropist John H. Ware IV, who passed away recently … We share emerging facts in the two-car accident involving former Kennett Township Police Chief Albert McCarthy on April 13 … We bring you to the East Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors meeting, where a capacity audience voiced their opinions about a proposed sidewalk ordinance … You'll read all of these stories and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's Chester County Press!

Sidewalk ordinance draws big crowd in East Marlborough - 06022015 1249PM

Sidewalk ordinance draws big crowd in East Marlborough

Board of Supervisors chairman tells residents, 'This board is not considering anything that would require universal sidewalks to be constructed by property owners around the township.' Read More » 

 

Oxford loses A wonderful caring and giving human being - 06022015 0232PM

Oxford loses 'A wonderful, caring, and giving human being'

John H. Ware IV passes away at the age of 73 Read More » 

 

More details emerge in McCarthys vehicular accident - 06022015 0237PM

More details emerge in McCarthy's vehicular accident 

the Chester County Press has obtained additional information that tells a more complete version of what happened on East Hillendale Road on April 13 Read More » 

 

Kennett Middle School celebrates its designation as a School to Watch - 06022015 0231PM

Kennett Middle School celebrates its designation as a 'School to Watch' 

For the second time since 2012, Kennett Middle School was recognized by the Pennsylvania Schools to Watch program for its efforts in excelling in all facets of the criteria for the recogn... Read More » 

 

United Way of Southern Chester County looks to finish another strong campaign - 06022015 0225PM

United Way of Southern Chester County looks to finish another strong campaign

The United Way is closing in on its $1.25 million fundraising goal for the current fiscal year Read More » 

 

Art patrons flocked last Saturday to Abstractions a show featuring the works of nine local artists held at the Scarlett Thicket Farm in Kennett Square

Gallery show draws local artists and barn swallows

Scarlett Thicket Farm in Kennett Square is the unconventional setting for an art opening Read More » 

 

Scheduling changes for AGIS students concern parents

District officials want to increase the classroom time that students spend on core subjects like English and math Read More » 

 

Susan Melrath with a work in progress has opened a working studio space in Oxford the town where she grew up

An Oxford storefront showcases exciting new art 

Susan Melrath has been attracting attention in her new studio Read More » 

 

The Tri-State Marker is the centerpiece of a new trail system

Hikers will celebrate the opening of the Tri-State Marker Trail

June 6 event coincides with National Trails Day Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: Kennett Library Board lacks financial muscle

The Kennett Library Board of Directors has always been dysfunctional and leaderless, and just plain weak. Read More » 

 


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