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Chester County Press Oct. 26 edition

10/25/2016 11:28AM ● By J. Chambless
In this edition of the Chester County Press, we profile Susan Rzucidlo and Eric Roe, who are vying to fill a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 158th District ... We visit the Oxford School Board's latest meeting ... We visit the opening of a new park in Kennett Township, and review an exhibit at the Oxford Arts Alliance about the history of Oxford ... From high school football to Uncle Irvin, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press...
I want to see Pennsylvania flourish - 10252016 1242PM

'I want to see Pennsylvania flourish'

Eric Roe, the Republican candidate in the 158th District race, wants the state to be the most family-friendly, business-friendly state in the U.S. Read More » 

 

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'I am looking to change Pennsylvania for the better'

Now in her fourth campaign to win 158th District seat in the State House, Susan Rzucidlo wants to restore ethics and bi-partisanship in Harrisburg Read More » 

 

Oxford School Board's agenda includes honoring top students, reports on legislative actions, and more

Four students at the high school earned Commended status in the National Merit Scholarship Program Read More » 

 

Is significant funding for parking garage on the way for Oxford Borough?

The status of a grant from the county could be decided this week Read More » 

 

Kennett Township Police promotes three officers - 10252016 1209PM

Kennett Township Police promotes three officers

Wenrich, Call and Gordon to take on new roles Read More » 

 

A large crowd filled a meeting room at Hartefeld National Golf Club last week to hear about the future of energy production

Chamber luncheon focuses on the future of energy production

Ron DeGregorio, the senior vice president of Exelon Generation and president of Exelon Power, speaks to large crowd of business leaders Read More » 

 

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Kennett Run Charities distributes $50K to local groups, schools

Now in its 27th year, Kennett Run Charities has distributed over $1 million in gift and in-kind donations to local groups, schools and organizations Read More » 

 

Franklin Supervisors hear resident concerns about hay storage and truck traffic

Gourmet’s Delight Preliminary Plan approved, with waivers and conditions Read More » 

 

A crowd lines up for a showing at one of Oxfords three movie theaters

Walk through Oxford's history at the Arts Alliance

The Oxford Area Historical Association is spotlighting pieces of the town's past – photos, news clippings, and fun objects – to create a trip back through time Read More » 

 

Pretty Perfect

Fleeting moments and emotions, captured in paint 

'Painting With Bravado,' a solo show by Sherrill Cooper, is at Bookplace from Oct. 30 to Nov. 19 Read More » 

 

A project worthy of the community's support

An effort has been underway to raise approximately $155,000 to install inclusive playground equipment that is designed specifically to allow children with special needs to play alongside ... Read More » 

 

Uncle Irvin: Connors has one more year!

London Grove supervisor responsible for Inniscrone conflicts Read More » 

 

Obituaries for the week of Oct 24 - 10252016 1125AM

Obituaries for the week of Oct. 24

Obituaries for: Kendig, Matonti, Di Fabio, Thompson, Pierno, Rowe, Vergos, Ward Read More » 

 

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