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Uncle Irvin: Hotel restoration good for Oxford

By Richard Gaw, 09/20/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

Bravo to those who are restoring the Octoraro Hotel

Editorial: No time for bullies

By Richard Gaw, 09/20/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion

Jack London, the Republican candidate for State Senate in Pennsylvania’s 19th District, wants an honest debate with his opponent, Sen. Andy Dinniman

Uncle Irvin: Sewer implosion trumps parking problems

By Richard Gaw, 09/13/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

Oxford Borough needs to put parking garage on hold!

An event that tested a nation

By J. Chambless, 09/06/2016, Categories: Today, Opinion

The Freedom Tower that now rises from the site of the World Trade Center glistens in the sunlight of a new day, reminding us that our democracy is still strong.

Uncle Irvin: Pipelines a boon to prosperity

By J. Chambless, 09/06/2016, Categories: Opinion

Franklin Township is having a pipeline loop installed to supply more natural gas to Delaware.

Event shines a spotlight on town

By Steven Hoffman, 09/05/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Opinion

After just three years, the Oxford Car Show has grown into one of the area's most popular events

Uncle Irvin: 15 years late!

By Richard Gaw, 08/30/2016, Categories: Today, News, Opinion, Business

Newly-formed Kennett Area Regional Library Task Force should have been organized years ago

Camp Dreamcatcher makes a major impact on young lives

By Steven Hoffman, 08/30/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Opinion

The Kennett Square organization serves children whose lives have been affected by HIV or AIDS

The 31st Annual Mushroom Festival: There's a little bit of new mixed with some old favorites

By Randy, 08/29/2016, Categories: In Print, Home+Garden, Arts+Entertainment, Today, News, Sports, Opinion, Business, Schools

The Mushroom Festival gained a national reputation as one of the best food festivals in the U.S.

Editorial: What happens when residents work with their townships

By Richard Gaw, 08/23/2016, Categories: News, Opinion, Business

'In the trenches and foxholes of our townships and municipalities, the outline of our future is being done by our citizen militia'

Chester County High School Sports