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Chester County Press Feb. 17 edition

02/17/2016 10:43AM ● By J. Chambless

In the Feb. 17 edition of the Chester County Press, we take you to Kennett Square, to hear the first of three results of a study that explores the economic development forecast for the community ... We introduce you to the good work of the Constellation Network and The Lighthouse ... We meet a Kennett Square resident whose love of chocolate, shared on her blog, is gaining worldwide attention ... We get ready for the Kennett Winterfest by introducing Chaddsford Hard Cider, one of the more than 50 entries in the event ... From high school sports to our calendar of events to Uncle Irvin, too, it's all here in this week's edition of the Chester County Press.

Estelle Tracy The Chocolate Connoisseur - 02162016 0208PM

Estelle Tracy: The Chocolate Connoisseur

Blogger is read by thousands worldwide Read More » 

 

William Anthony Brown

DA's Office issues details of Nottingham attacks

Assault and stabbing linked to domestic abuse Read More » 

 

Kennett area leaders turn out for economic development study meeting - 02162016 0205PM

Kennett area leaders turn out for economic development study meeting

While it will take several more months for the study to be completed, the presentation of some of the early findings attracted a large crowd of more than 100 community leaders. Read More » 

 

Constellation Network unites local churches in service - 02162016 1151AM

Constellation Network unites local churches in service

The group aims to do acts of restorative good, regardless of the faith backgrounds of those they serve. Read More » 

 

Three Oxford soccer standouts sign to play at the collegiate level - 02152016 1202PM

Three Oxford soccer standouts sign to play at the collegiate level

The talented trio—Rachel Rogevich, Tayler Kidder, and Erin Oechsle—helped turn around Oxford girls’ soccer program Read More » 

 

With Phase 1 of new youth center complete the Lighthouse looks to the future - 02152016 1229PM

With Phase 1 of new youth center complete, the Lighthouse looks to the future

Since the new facility opened, the number of children who regularly attend activities has increased from 227 to 401. More than 14,000 meals have been served to youngsters. Seventy student... Read More » 

 

Chaddsford to feature its hard cider at Kennett Winterfest - 02162016 0238PM

Chaddsford to feature its hard cider at Kennett Winterfest

Fourth annual event takes place on Feb. 27 Read More » 

 

Valentines Day Extravaganza winners announced  - 02162016 0223PM

Valentine's Day Extravaganza winners announced 

Joanne Fryer, a resident of of Valley Township, was selected as the grand prize winner in this year's Valentine's Day Extravaganza contest, sponsored by the Chester County Press, Locable ... Read More » 

 

West Nottingham Academy welcomes artist-in-residence Mitch Martinez

Mitch Martinez will debut Naturalia at his upcoming artist’s reception at the Joseph R. and Paul W. Gates Gallery on Monday, Feb. 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., a free event open to the ... Read More » 

 Area's best school jazz bands unite for big show on Feb. 18

The 18th annual festival will be held in the massive Unionville High School auditorium, and features the best ensembles from the region playing classic jazz tunes. Read More » 

 

The importance of organ donations - 02152016 1214PM

The importance of organ donations

A Southern Chester County resident is encouraging others to consider being an organ donor Read More » 

 

Police Blotter for the week of Feb 15 - 02152016 0100PM

Police Blotter for the week of Feb. 15

Two women arrested on drug charges in New Garden Township, fire set at PECO pole, DUI arrests and more Read More » 

 

Obituaries for the week of Feb 15 - 02152016 1158AM

Obituaries for the week of Feb. 15

Obituaries for: Foley, Beddall, Kelly, Bradham, Gatti, Diehl, Myers, Farkas, Rickards, Brinn, Pennington, Davies, Hopkins, Miranda Read More » 

 

The faces of a thousand words

Yet, are we right to suggest that Artesian looked around, and concluded that the price of their intentions was not worth the weight of these faces they saw, each of which told a thousand ... Read More » 

 

Borough needs to study limits

It's great that Kennett Borough is growing and prospering, but it's high time to find out what the growth limitations are. Read More » 

 

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