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Chester County Press July 24 edition

07/24/2019 07:40AM ● By J. Chambless

Supervisors interviewed in fraud investigation

Kennett Township is working with the Chester County District Attorney's Office and a forensic auditor hired by the township Read More » 

 

From left Brady Sophie Ella and Maddox probe the chambers of the sheep heart with chopsticks Photo by Chris Barber

Science in the Summer delights and challenges young minds

Libraries throughout the area host the popular program for elementary students Read More » 

 

The Kemblesville United Methodist Church is facing closure and several uses for the large property are being considered

Kemblesville UMC, facing financial crisis, is looking for options

Representatives say the church has had a 75 percent drop in membership and cannot pay its debts Read More » 

 

Parking garage in Oxford starts to take shape

Parking garage in Oxford starts to take shape

The construction work is really starting to pick up on the project Read More » 

 

U-CF board approves facilities use fees for outside groups

A committee will be formed this year to ensure rates charged for facilities are competitive for this area Read More » 

 

Oxford Borough Council discusses regulations regarding commercial use of sidewalks

While the ordinances are being revised, enforcement of existing regulations will be temporarily stopped Read More » 

 

 

Obituaries for the week of July 22

Obituaries for the week of July 22

Obituaries for: Guzman, Caldwell, Webster, Healy, Mills, Shepherd, Platz, Miller Read More » 

 

Mid-summer musings

Here are a few random musings on a summer day…. Read More » 

 

Marty one of the newest employees at the Giant Food Store in Jennersville Photo by Richard L Gaw

Spill in aisle 3:

'Marty' the robot joins the staff at local Giant Food Stores Read More » 

 

Participants gather clues as they meet suspects at locations around Kennett Square

Find out whodunit in Kennett Square

Participants look for clues throughout downtown on Aug. 2 Read More » 

 



Chester County Press July 24 edition

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