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Chester County Press Sept. 11 edition

09/12/2019 01:34PM ● By J. Chambless
The crowd showed up early and filled streets for the entire weekend Photo by Chris Barber

Thousands show up for the Mushroom Festival

Great weather draws huge crowds each day to annual event Read More » 

 

 

Officers honored at Kennett Township meeting

Officers honored at Kennett Township meeting

'Both incidents have changed the course of people's lives' Read More » 

 

Car enthusiasts find plenty to like at Downtown Oxford Car Show

Car enthusiasts find plenty to like at Downtown Oxford Car Show

Cars, trucks, and bikes from all eras were on display Read More » 

 

Meeting offers little clarity about the future of the Oxford Area Sewer Authority

DELCORA has extended the discussion period with Aqua to Oct. 1 Read More » 

 

Kennett School Board enlists Bernardon Architects for two major projects planned for 2020

The school district is looking to restore the stairs that lead to the beautiful Kennett High School building Read More » 

 

Township hires law firm to help recoup possible losses in suspicious transactions

Hiring the Philadelphia law firm of Blank Rome as special counsel to pursue any civil liability associated with the investigation Read More » 

 

Owen J Roberts holds off Avon Grove for a 14-13 win

Owen J. Roberts holds off Avon Grove for a 14-13 win

The Wildcats improve to 3-0 on the season Read More » 

 

Kennett Square Borough Council opts to scuttle a resolution condemning hate speech

Elected officials and residents were both divided on the resolution Read More » 

 

Obituaries for the week of Sept 9

Obituaries for the week of Sept. 9

Obituaries for: Johnson, Eldreth, Joshua and Mason Holcombe, Ortiz, Fitzcharles, LeChette Read More » 

 

In the house of Tuk Local musician releases new CD

In the house of Tuk: Local musician releases new CD

Bryan Tuk and his 13-member ensemble play the Kennett Flash on Sept. 14 Read More » 

 

Coil by Tyler Allen

Pastels by an artist skilled beyond his years

Tyler Allen, 18, has solo show at Oxford Arts Alliance Read More » 

 

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