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Chester County Press Aug. 23 edition

08/23/2017 08:27AM ● By J. Chambless
In this week's edition of the Chester County Press, we cover the viewing of the latest solar eclipse, which drew more than 250 to Kennett Square ... We follow the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board as it prepares for the new school year ... We report on a planned arts and musical festival in Oxford, and we profile a Members Show at the Oxford Arts Alliance .. .From flying festivals to Uncle Irvin, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press.
In awe Kennett Square park draws more than 250 to eclipse viewing  - 08222017 0129PM

In awe: Kennett Square park draws more than 250 to eclipse viewing

Kennett Library provides protective eyewear to more than 100 viewers Read More » 


U-CF School Board prepares for new school year 

Students return to school on Aug. 28


A new local location for National Night Out next year?

Kennett Township being considered to host annual event next year Read More » 


Pa. students will spend less time taking standardized tests

Oxford School Board receives a report about the changes Read More » 


New Garden says 'No' to gerrymandering

Joins more than one dozen other Chester municipalities in passing a resolution Read More » 


5K run honors everyday heroes like Jerome Rodio

The first annual event took place on Aug. 19 at Nottingham Park Read More » 


Franklin Supervisors celebrate stop sign approval

A four-way stop is coming to Appleton Road and Strickersville Road Read More » 



Obituaries for the week of Aug 21 - 08222017 1015AM

Obituaries for the week of Aug. 21 

Obituaries for: Cloud, Talamonti, Mattson, Keeth, Edwards, Jordan, Ruggiero, Strehlau, Ambrose Read More » 


Editorial The cake-eating resistance - 08222017 0121PM

Editorial: The cake-eating resistance

'What we as individuals -- and as a nation -- choose to do in response to this assault on our country will ultimately decide the course and future of hate groups' Read More » 


Uncle Irvin: Oxford Borough takes the booby prize

'The biggest reason for the disparity between boroughs and townships is the disproportionately high cost that boroughs face of maintaining a 24/7 police force' Read More » 


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