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Chester County Press Aug. 28 edition

08/28/2019 10:58AM ● By J. Chambless
Supervisors name new Kennett Township manager

Supervisors name new Kennett Township manager

Eden Ratliff will begin his new position on Sept. 23 Read More » 


Stevens faces tough questions during investigation update

Residents want to know how much township money may have been involved, and whether the township is still financially stable Read More » 


The HUB is a brand-new lunch option

‘Lunch and Learn’ initiative starts at UHS

All 1,400 students will have an expanded one-hour lunch block with several choices Read More » 


Photo by Richard L Gaw          Bernadette and Knute Mellon of the  Twelves Grill  Caf in West Grove are two of the forces behind the start of the Blondes  Brewnettes Brewing Company which will begin to serve its handcrafted beers at the restaurant this October

Brewing company opening in West Grove this fall

Blondes & Brewnettes' beer will be served at Twelves Grille & Cafe, which also serves as its first home Read More » 


Father Chris Rogers competes with 10-year-old Ryan Andrews of Middletown to fill up plastic cups with bouncing ping-pong balls Photo by Chris Barber

A festive day for St. Patrick families

The afternoon of games includes 'Beat the Padre' championship Read More » 


‘Water is the one thing you can’t live without’

Oxford Borough Council joins the growing number of municipalities opposing the sale of the Chester Water Authority Read More » 


Making a difference in childrens lives

Making a difference in children’s lives

For the last 24 years, Camp Dreamcatcher’s therapeutic and educational programs have been a positive force in the lives of youngsters who have been impacted by HIV or AIDS Read More » 


East Nottingham supervisor says he could see Oxford Area Sewer Authority continuing as separate entity

The potential sale of the Oxford Area Sewer Authority was recently put on hold Read More » 


Kennett begins season with impressive win over Oxford

Kennett begins season with impressive win over Oxford

Sam Forte tossed three touchdowns in the second quarter alone Read More » 


Say goodbye to summer with a weekend of cool jazz

Say goodbye to summer with a weekend of cool jazz

Chaddsford Winery hosts three days of music and wines Read More » 


Telford Jack Hill enjoyed putting together all the available scraps of information about a long-vanished rail line for his new book

Tracing the history of the Pomeroy and Newark Railroad

Facts and anecdotes assembled by local author


2019 Kennett Square Mushroom Festival special section

Chester County Press Aug. 28 edition

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