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Chester County Press Dec. 20 edition

12/20/2017 07:46AM ● By J. Chambless
In this edition of the Chester County Press, we introduce Brian Wenzka, the new executive director of Oxford Mainstreet, Inc. ... We report on the work of New Garden's historical commission to preserve a homestead on a parcel slated for development ... We spend time with a new minister who is finding a Christmas miracle, and pay tribute to a man who served as a longtime pillar of Oxford ... From Uncle Irvin to a profile of a local artist and more, it's all here in the Dec. 20 edition of the Chester County Press.
Minister Chuck Wyeth left and Larry Steiner work on the freshly poured concrete access ramp at the Kelton Church of Christ

A Christmas miracle 

A new minister sees God's hand in how his tiny church is coming back to life Read More » 


Revitalizing and re-imagining downtown Oxford - 12142017 0314PM

Revitalizing and re-imagining downtown Oxford 

New OMI Executive Director wants to build upon the progress that has been made Read More » 


Oxford Borough takes steps to acquire small parcels for parking garage site 

The borough may turn to taking the parcels through eminent domain Read More » 

Home is where the art is  and will be - 12192017 0102PM

Home is where the art is – and will be

Three artists look to repeat success of their first pop-up art tour Read More » 



April Heather Davulcu is producing illustrations and products aimed at sending a positive message about women Photo by Brae Howard

Enjoying light after the darkness 

April Heather's art celebrates the joy of being a woman Read More » 


Obituaries for the week of Dec 18 - 12192017 0836AM

Obituaries for the week of Dec. 18 

Obituaries for: Chamberlain, Ware, Richardson, Witmer, Lyle, Puoci, Rios, Devonshire, Brown, Chapman, Richardson, Connor, Doyne, Malchione, White, Shultis, Taylor Read More » 


Editorial The burden that need not be carried alone - 12192017 1250PM

Editorial: The burden that need not be carried alone 

'While the pain of losing a loved one to the viciousness of an addiction can not be measured, there is hope through healing, and it's being done locally' Read More » 


Uncle Irvin: Tribute to a quiet man

Joseph Chamberlain left his mark on the Oxford community Read More »