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Chester County Press Sept. 23 edition

09/23/2015 08:16AM ● By J. Chambless
In this week's Chester County Press, we delve into the the DRBC ruling to put a the Broad Run Well pumping on hold, we take you to Hosanna Church at Lincoln University for the unveiling of a "Bench by the Road," we follow a Welsh poet as he tours the world of Andrew Wyeth after being inspired by the artist for decades, we bring you local high-school football action, and review two Oxford art exhibits ... All this, and Uncle Irvin, too, in this week's Chester County Press.
Opponents win for now DRBC puts Artesian decision on hold - 09222015 0140PM

Opponents win, for now: DRBC puts Artesian decision on hold

The DRBC board also decided at their Sept. 16 meeting to extend the deadline for public comment on the Artesian well to Sept. 30. Read More » 


U-CF board member raises objection to tuition reimbursements - 09222015 1011AM

U-CF board member raises objection to tuition reimbursements

'A shadow industry has emerged to game the system. This industry offers a number of three-credit courses that add little to teaching effectiveness,' said board member Keith Knauss Read More » 



The newest Bench by the Road was dedicated by representatives of the Toni Morrison Society Lincoln staff members and descendants of Hinsonville families

A place of rest and reflection at Hosanna Church

Historic site at The Lincoln University dedicates a 'Bench by the Road' Read More » 


Plans for library task force move forward

Kennett Square Mayor Matthew Fetick believes the task force will lead to a positive outcome for library Read More » 


Welsh poet Tony Curtis with Roasted Chestnuts by Andrew Wyeth at the Brandywine River Museum of Art

A poet gets face-to-face with Andrew Wyeth's world

Welsh author Tony Curtis has written about Wyeth's works, and spent the day in the heart of Wyeth country Read More » 


Koins by Bryan Cohen

Oxford Arts Alliance shines with National Juried Exhibition

The exhibit is well balanced between sculpture, ceramics, paintings and photography, and the talent level is quite impressive throughout. Read More » 


New Shoes

Vivid colors and interesting faces at Bookplace

'Eye to I' solo show continues through Oct. 10 Read More » 


The Unionville Indians improved to 2-1 with the win at home over Avon Grove

Special teams plays propel Unionville to a 27-17 win

Boon runs for 2 TDs and returns a kickoff for another score Read More » 


Uncle Irvin: Money, yes; grants, no

New Garden Township should cooperate with E&H Conveyor to obtain grants to purchase an incinerator to turn mushroom substrate into renewable fuel. Read More » 


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