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Chester County Press March 29 edition

03/29/2017 12:19PM ● Published by J. Chambless

In this edition of the Chester County Press, we meet an immigration attorney who is helping the Hispanic community through some difficult times ... We take you to the latest news of the Oxford School Board and the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board, and we meet the state swimming and diving champions at Avon Grove High School ... From new gallery and museum shows to new books to Uncle Irvin, it's all here in the March 29 edition of the Chester County Press.

 

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Avon Grove celebrates the state champions

The Avon Grove girls' swimming and diving team captured the 2017 PIAA AAA state championship.... Read More » 

 

Resident questions whether East Nottingham supervisor complied with regulations

The supervisor was appointed to fill a vacancy in April of 2016 Read More » 

 

Oxford School Board sets 2017 graduation date

Oxford's Class of 2017 is set to graduate on June 2 Read More » 

 

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New book tells story of how Kennett Square works together to help future generations

"The Story of Kennett: Shaping Our Future One Child at a Time," was written by Joan Holliday and Bob George during 2016 and published earlier this month Read More » 

 

Public input sought on delayed school start time

Public presentations are scheduled March 23, as well as open community meetings on March 23 and 30 Read More » 

 

Perched on a Sycamore by Kathy Ruck

A diverse roundup of artists from the county and beyond

Chadds Ford Art Show has deep roots in the region's art world Read More » 

 

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DuPont donates art to local museums

Donations include major works by N.C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and Jamie Wyeth Read More » 

 

Obituaries for the week of March 27 - 03282017 0849AM

Obituaries for the week of March 27

Obituaries for: Seats, Maw, McCreary, Miller, Biscardi, Maxfield, Pratt, Crossan, Moore, Heher, Ciorrocco, Irwin, Porter, Reynolds, Witmer Read More » 

 

Editorial: The book that should be read in every town in America

Through personal essays, book details how Kennett Square became a successful network of caring and connection Read More » 

 

Thank you, John Ware!

He and his family are still giving back to southern Chester County. Read More » 

 

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