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Chester County Press May 23 edition

05/23/2018 10:36AM ● By J. Chambless
The Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board

School vandalism issue dominates U-CF School Board meeting

A student tells the board, 'I've never seen students root against their own school, and against their own administration. The student attitude is frightening.' Read More » 


Despite rain Kennett Run draws 600 competitors  - 05222018 0159PM

Despite rain, Kennett Run draws 600 competitors 

'Like children at a mud puddle, runners emerged from protective tents at Anson B. Nixon Park, lined up at the start of the 5K and 10K, and proceeded to frolic along...' Read More » 




Oxford School Board adopts budget with no tax increase

The $69.2 million spending plan was unanimously approved this month Read More » 


Franklin Supervisors vote to support agricultural easement of dairy farm

A dairy farm at Strickersville and Appleton roads will be preserved as agricultural land by the resolution Read More » 


Local drug epidemic likely to get worse DA tells Chamber audience - 05222018 0139PM

Local drug epidemic likely to get worse, DA tells Chamber audience

'It's happening here,' Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan says Read More » 


In Lower Oxford Township, two major projects moving through land-development process 

A retirement community and a convenience store are planned for the township Read More » 


The Friday evening Preview Party is a chance to get a first look at the dealer booths

Fine antiques on the Brandywine this weekend 

The Brandywine River Museum of Art’s 47th Antiques Show is being held from May 26 to 28 Read More » 


Antje Arnold has written a memoir of her childhood days in East Germany in The Girl Behind the Wall

New memoir brings color to Communist East Germany

Oxford woman writes about her life on the other side of the Berlin Wall Read More » 


Editorial: The drummer's left foot 

'...the Kennett Flash, tucked down an alley off of State Street, is among the greatest gifts ever given to the legions of locals who feel that the best way to enjoy music is to see it live' Read More » 


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