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Chester County Press April 27 edition

04/27/2016 09:33AM ● By J. Chambless
In the April 27 edition of the Chester County Press, we take you to the campus of West Chester University, where more than 500 protesters gathered to publicly object to an April 26  visit by presidential hopeful Donald Trump ... We take you a recent Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting, where broadcaster Pat Ciarrocchi gave an inspirational message to area business leaders ... We take you to Oxford, where a program called Project Lead the Way is challenging young minds ... From local news to Uncle Irvin, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press.
Protesters supporters turn out for Trump rally at WCU - 04262016 1214PM

Protesters, supporters turn out for Trump rally at WCU

Non-violent rally draws more than 500 protestors, who opposed Republican presidential candidate's appearance at university Read More » 


Oxford Area High School senior ready to soar - 04262016 1258PM

Oxford Area High School senior ready to soar

Grant Talley doesn't remember a time when he didn't want to be a pilot. His love of aviation has enabled him to earn a private pilot's license before he even graduates from high school... Read More » 


Students look for specimens of stream insects in water

Lessons about keeping water clean at Hillendale Elementary

The Red Streams Blue program is part of an emphasis on environmental stewardship at the school Read More » 


Brandywine Conservancy founder George Frolic Weymouth dies - 04252016 0837AM

Brandywine Conservancy founder George 'Frolic' Weymouth dies

Weymouth was a visionary conservationist, philanthropist, a highly-talented artist and accomplished sportsman Read More » 


Pat Ciarrocchi addressed the audience at Wednesdays breakfast

Sharing inspiration and a strong faith, Ciarrocchi speaks at Chamber event

Longtime newscaster Pat Ciarrocchi is keynote speaker at Inspirational Breakfast Read More » 


Regional policing will stabilize coverage costs safety - 04262016 1202PM

Regional policing will stabilize coverage, costs, safety

As the merger of the New Garden Township and West Grove Borough police units moves forward, a recent presentation spelled out the details Read More » 


Franklin Township changes zoning regulations in favor of Gourmet's Delight expansion

The revision caps 13 years of arguments between the local mushroom company and the township Read More » 


The people of the Kennett Run JJ Simon - 04262016 1206PM

The people of the Kennett Run: J.J. Simon

New race director talks about the Party in the Park, and activities for the entire community at annual May 14 event in Kennett Square Read More » 


Students challenged engaged by Oxfords Project Lead The Way curriculum - 04262016 0112PM

Students challenged, engaged by Oxford's Project Lead The Way curriculum

Oxford Area High School is in its second year of offering Project Lead The Way courses that emphasize science, technology, engineering and math Read More » 


Video produced by Oxford students wins award

Why is manufacturing cool? A group of Oxford Area High School students explored the topic and won an award for their efforts Read More » 


Obituaries for the week of April 25 - 04262016 0940AM

Obituaries for the week of April 25

Obituaries for: Moore, Smith, DePippo


Editorial: Good night, Frolic

The footprint left by George A. "Frolic" Weymouth on Chester County will be felt for many generations to come Read More » 

 Uncle Irvin: Tin cup town

' seems everyone in Oxford is looking for somebody else to pick up the green rather than the traditional American way of the community pitching in...' Read More » 


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