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Chester County Press July 4 edition

07/04/2018 10:14AM ● By J. Chambless
Andrew Miller right with Alejandro Escovedo Hes a performer a storyteller and surrounds himself with some of the best musicians in the world Miller says

A message of inclusion 

Booking Alejandro Escovedo for the Mushroom Festival is a coup for local promoter Read More » 

 

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Bringing Landenberg back to the dinner table

New proprietor and chef Mark Spena is about to reopen the Landenberg Store Read More » 

 

The small bridge carrying Route 82 over a creek will be closed indefinitely due to deterioration of its beams

Bridge on Route 82 closed due to deterioration 

The bridge near the intersection of Old Kennett Road will be closed until engineers can develop a plan to rehabilitate the structure Read More » 

 

Township's sewer sale date extended to 760 days

Oral argument to hear appeal scheduled for Commonwealth Court in September Read More » 

 

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Seconds on Third

Oxford's neighborhood thrift store features everything from clothing and jewelry to furniture and housewares. Proceeds benefit the Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center Read More » 

 

Turks Head Festival celebrates 36 years on July 15 - 07032018 1230PM

Turks Head Festival celebrates 36 years on July 15

West Chester residents have come to claim the annual event as 'their concert' Read More » 

 

Vintage goods will be sold by The Mid Century Sisters

A new reason to visit Kennett Square

Flea and Artisan Market will be held July 6 Read More » 

 

Solicitation restriction discussed by Franklin Township supervisors

The board has previously discussed passing an ordinance against solicitation, but the township would lack ability to enforce any ordinance of that kind. Read More » 

 

How to help neighbors in need

There are many different organizations in the area that help the most vulnerable in the community Read More » 

 

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