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Chester County Press Nov. 18 edition

11/18/2015 08:00AM ● By J. Chambless

In this week's edition, we take you to New Garden Township, where a panel of experts on Lyme disease met with more than 100 residents to discuss progress in diagnosis and treatment … We take you to the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, where 100 community members voiced their opinions on safety concerns at district schools … We bring you to Oxford, where area officials discussed funding for local fire and ambulance services … From art and a benefit concert, to high school football and Uncle Irvin, too, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press.

Community members met in small groups to discuss issues with Unionville-Chadds Ford administrators

The community gets a voice regarding student safety in Unionville-Chadds Ford

'As parents, me included, we have to have those uncomfortable conversations with our children. The problem is at all of our doorsteps.' -- Charles Gaza, District Attorney's Office Read More » 



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Medical leaders draw criticism at Lyme disease symposium

Dinniman: 'Public health has failed this population'


Penn Township chairman frustrated over intersection

The dominance that the discussion of the Jennersville Road and Baltimore Pike intersection holds at the board meetings month after month is a testament to how critical this intersection i... Read More » 


U-CF board votes down adding Hillendale teacher, says goodbye to one member and appoints another 

Class sizes won't change at Hillendale, Elise Anderson joins board as Kathleen Do departs Read More » 


Oxford area officials discuss fire and ambulance funding - 11172015 0126PM

Oxford area officials discuss fire and ambulance funding

Union Fire Company No. 1 is seeking about $80,000 in additional funding for the ambulance division in response to an increase in demand for those services. Read More » 


Business owner declares candidacy for State Senate - 11172015 0120PM

Business owner declares candidacy for State Senate

Jack London will face off against State Sen. Andrew Dinniman next November 



Ladley resigns from East Nottingham Twp. board

The board now has 30 days to fill the vacancy Read More » 


North Penn ends Unionvilles season with a 48-7 win  - 11172015 0105PM

North Penn ends Unionville's season with a 48-7 win

Indians finish with 8-3 record and Ches-Mont crown Read More » 


Photo by Jie Lan       The Rose Project will be among the three acts who will perform at the Nov 25 benefit concert

Benefit concert promises to be 'Wild with Intentions'

sale of tickets, as well as the sale of raffle items, will be given to Kennett Area Community Services and The Kennett Flash Read More » 


Night Listening Hawk

A world of 'Small Creatures' at Bookplace

Dan Miller's woodcuts have a warm, handmade quality that makes the exhibit a welcoming destination. Read More » 


Wooded Path by featured artist Margaret Matuszewski

40th Annual Unionville Art Gala offers one-stop art shopping

Fundraiser for PTO opens on Nov. 20 at Unionville High School Read More » 


Small problems that point to global concerns

A public meeting about safety at Unionville-Chadds Ford schools points to the madness in Paris. Read More » 


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