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Chester County Press

Chester County Press Dec. 27 edition

12/27/2017 08:15AM ● By J. Chambless
Live music under the lighted mushroom will lead up to the countdown to 2018 in Kennett Square

Stroll Kennett Square as the mushroom drops to usher in 2018 

Plenty of food and music will draw visitors to the downtown area Read More » 


Through his volunteerism Gray makes the holidays brighter - 12222017 0149PM

Through his volunteerism, Gray makes the holidays brighter 

Harold Gray has been volunteering with the Salvation Army since 1965 Read More » 


New Garden easement deal expected to be reached on Dec. 28 

Supervisors vote in favor of township rescinding on deal, if negotiations are not finalized by the end of 2017 Read More » 


Sean Stitz helps unload turkeys for the food boxes

Hundreds of area families get some holiday cheer 

'Our families were simply delighted as they arrived and found a community of people that care.' Read More » 


Kennett Square Borough Council adopts a $4.6 million budget for 2018 

The spending plan will not require a tax increase Read More » 


Franklin supervisors approve 2018 budget 

Tax rates will remain unchanged in 2018


Oxford Borough balances budget with no tax increase

The borough's millage rate will remain at 12.25 mills for 2018 Read More » 


Obituaries for the week of Dec 25 - 12262017 0837AM

Obituaries for the week of Dec. 25 

Obituaries for: Shappell, Darnell, Arrell, Bedolla, Beach


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Looking ahead to a year of art at the Brandywine

Peter Hurd, George Weymouth and Winslow Homer will be spotlighted Read More » 


Editorial: Our best wishes 

We recognize the contributions made by many this year, and offer 'Good luck' to several incoming newsmakers Read More »