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The rich history of Quaker communities spotlighted in driving tour this weekend

By ACL, 07/16/2014, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment, News

Three hundred years of Quaker history will be open to everyone this weekend.

Troops will clash during Revolutionary War event

By ACL, 05/14/2014, Categories: In Print

The Battle of the Brandywine re-enactment will be held on May 17 and 18.

Fretz recounts the history of the Peoples Bank of Oxford

By ACL, 04/16/2014, Categories: In Print

The Peoples Bank of Oxford made it possible for Dave Eldreth to start his business.

Founding faith:

By ACL, 04/02/2014, Categories: In Print

The Quaker meetinghouses of Chester County

The wisdom of George Washington

By ACL, 02/25/2014, Categories: In Print, News

“They all saw that Washington had true wisdom. Part of that wisdom is that he lived a God-centered life. He practiced Christianity. He was humble. He was everything you want as a leader.” ~ Carl Closs, living biographer of George Washington

Historic preservation or not?

By ACL, 02/04/2014, Categories: In Print, Opinion

Historic preservation or not?

Oxford Area Historical Association

By ACL, 01/29/2014, Categories: In Print

Fretz Remembers People's Bank 100th Anniversary

Fretz to talk about the Peoples Bank of Oxford

By ACL, 01/28/2014, Categories: In Print

Fetz presents the program, “One Hundred Years: Peoples Bank of Oxford Helped Build a Community".

Unionville: A quiet town with a storied past

By ACL, 01/15/2014, Categories: In Print

Unionville as told by Gene Pisasale.

Chesco Pops concerts focus on immigrant experiences

By ACL, 01/15/2014, Categories: In Print, Arts+Entertainment

'Dream of America' comes to Unionville High School Jan. 26