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Chester County Press July 13 edition

07/13/2016 08:28AM ● By J. Chambless
In this edition of the Chester County Press, we visit East Marlborough Township as supervisors appoint Laurie Prysock as the new Township Manager ... We visit Kennett Square, to report on the swearing-in of Jacob Andress as the newest member of the Kennett Square Police Department ... We take our readers to London Grove Township, where two separate issues raised by residents led to a discussion about the need for more policing in the township ... From a place of healing in Unionville to student news to Uncle Irvin, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press

Tri-M founder W. Thomas Musser passes away at 81

'A leader for many associations in our community, he gave of both time and treasure. He was a trusted friend and mentor to many.' Read More » 

 

From left Bob Weer Jane Laslo Christine Kimmel newly appointed Township Manager Laurie Prysock John Sarro and Richard Hannum Jr

East Marlborough supervisors appoint new Township Manager

Laurie Prysock will assume duties on Sept. 12 Read More » 

 Kennett Township police to take part in National Night Out event

Honored for strengthening relationship between local law enforcement and area neighborhoods Read More » 

 Kennett Square Borough Council approves three ordinance amendments

They are aimed at streamlining or improving the land-development process Read More » 

 

Kennett Square swears in a new police officer - 07122016 1135AM

Kennett Square swears in a new police officer

Jacob Andress joins the department as a full-time officer Read More » 

 KCSD approves Legacy Field property easement

Kennett Township is working on a sidewalk project and needs the easement Read More » 

 

Resident issues raise need for more policing in township - 07122016 0135PM

Resident issues raise need for more policing in township

'It is an issue that is bigger than parking on the street. It's an enforcement issue, which adds fuel to the fire of why we need policing.' Read More » 

 

Victory Brewing sidewalk OK to stay after council decision

Mayor Matthew Fetick breaks the tie to approve the motion, 4-3 Read More » 

The cast rehearses the opening song of Seussical Jr

A new world of theater for people with special needs

'Seussical, Jr.' is coming to Willowdale Chapel July 28 to 30 Read More » 

 

Anna Dorwart of the Yoga Barn Photo by Amy Kramer

Seven laws of the OmGirl:

A spiritual center takes shape in Unionville Read More » 

 

Bill Larson suffered with chronic pain for years before he created a lotion made of all natural ingredients

From a life of pain to a new business

Bill Larson is at the helm of a company that hopes to offer relief to everyone Read More » 

 

Editorial: In the face of despair, we are still standing

Local police efforts are defying common misconceptions about law enforcement Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: The 'Old One' got the wrong judge

'MacElree is old school, and threw the book at Lemus' Read More » 

 

Police Blotter for the week of July 11 - 07122016 0932AM

Police Blotter for the week of July 11

Burglaries in Nottingham, Oxford man stabbed, thefts from cars, and more. Read More » 

 

Obituaries for the week of July 11 - 07122016 0931AM

Obituaries for the week of July 11

Obituaries for: Holcomb-Burgos, Kuzo, Walton, Weeks, Day, McCoury, Orose Read More » 

 

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