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Nottingham Resident Captures Photos of Bald Eagle

12/31/2014 ● By Kevin

Randi Lyn Renfroe, Nottingham resident since 1993, shares her experiences photographing nature.

Chester County PRESS Dec. 31, 2014 Edition

12/31/2014 ● By Kevin

The clock may be ticking down on 2014, but the wheels of news in southern Chester County are forever in spin, and covered every day by the Chester County PRESS. In our last issue of the year, we go to Oxford, where Maya Angelou's memoir “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” is the subject of controversy in Oxford schools, and more.

Scott Honda makes donation to Unite for HER

12/31/2014 ● By Richard Gaw

Six months ago, Scott Honda employee Douglas Parisano received a clean bill of health after being diagnosed with Leukemia three-and-a-half years ago.

Land conservancy group looks forward to another busy year

12/31/2014 ● By Richard Gaw

With the Chandler Mill Bridge now on its way toward historic preservation, the Land Conservancy for Southern Chester County looks to achieve more goals in 2015.

Jamie Wyeth retrospective will look back at 60 years

12/31/2014 ● By J. Chambless

Show opens on Jan. 15 at Brandywine River Museum of Art.

Chesco Homes Report: For Sale & Sold, Dec. 26, 2014

12/26/2014 ● By Kevin

Monthly real estate report for Nottingham, Oxford, Lewisville, Kemblesville, and Landenberg.

Despite Mistake, Chester County Boy Will Get His Wish

12/24/2014 ● By Kevin

After writing a letter to the wrong Chester County Sheriff's Office, 9-year-old Alex Collins will still get his wish thanks to the hard work of some good people.

Unionville defeats Kennett, 52-49

12/24/2014 ● By Randy

Hoop rivals go down to the wire

Chester County PRESS Dec. 24, 2014 Edition

12/24/2014 ● By Kevin

This week, read about the announcement by the Unionville­-Chadds Ford School District that it will not be redistricting its schools to ease crowded conditions at the Pocopson Elementary School, and more.

Admire the mushroom in Kennett Square as the clock strikes 12

12/23/2014 ● By Steven Hoffman

Festivities start at 9 p.m. on Dec. 31 and end at 12:30 a.m. on Jan. 1.

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