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Chester County Press March 21 edition

03/21/2018 08:18AM ● By J. Chambless
In this week's issue of the Chester County Press, we report on the decision by the New Garden Township Supervisors to use money from the township's open space fund to help pay for the acquisition of St. Anthony in the Hills ... We report on controversy surrounding the Indian mascot for Unionville High School ... We bring you to the latest meeting in the continuing discussion of a parking garage in Oxford Borough, and we say 'Goodbye' to Thomas Macaluso, the longtime owner of his famed Kennett Square bookstore, who died on March 15 at the age of 85 ... From history to art to school news, it's all here in this week's Chester County Press.
U-CF mascot question dominates meeting as controversy expands - 03202018 1156AM

U-CF mascot question dominates meeting as controversy expands 

Fox News reports on contentious school board meeting Read More » 

 

Therapist seeks to work with KCSD on school safety initiatives - 03202018 0122PM

Therapist seeks to work with KCSD on school safety initiatives

Ideas are layering a 'continuing conversation' that the Kennett Consolidated School District is having with its students, staff, teachers, counselors, parents and the community Read More » 

 

Thomas Macaluso the owner of a beloved bookstore passes away at the age of 85 - 03192018 0513PM

Thomas Macaluso, the owner of a beloved bookstore, passes away at the age of 85 

'Tom was a good friend, a kindred spirit and he is dearly missed' Read More » 

 

Project CURE surpasses yearly distribution goal - 03202018 0116PM

Project C.U.R.E. surpasses yearly distribution goal

As of its seventh distribution, the center had delivered $2.1 million worth of medical supplies in the current fiscal year Read More » 

 

 

And So It Happened To Be The Book of Her Part 1 by Katee Boyle

An ambitious exhibit that explores words and images 

'Imaginari' delves deep at the Oxford Arts Alliance Read More » 

 

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