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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

Chester County Press July 27 edition

By J. Chambless, 07/27/2016, Categories: In Print

Sewer rate hike due in Oxford, two area men are on the USA Eventing Team in Rio, New Garden mulls sewer sale, After-The-Bell help is needed, and more.

Sewage rates to rise 30 percent in Oxford area

By Steven Hoffman, 07/26/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News

Local municipalities may also need to make up the difference on the Oxford Area Sewer Authority's debt-service payments as a result of significant revenue shortfalls

Limelife Planners

By Steven Hoffman, 07/26/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Business

Oxford business helps customers stay organized with beautiful, customized planners

'Karate has helped me in more ways than I expected'

By Steven Hoffman, 07/26/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Sports

Martial arts students of all ages learn valuable lessons at McCormick Karate Academy

Chester County Press July 20 edition

By J. Chambless, 07/20/2016, Categories: In Print

New borough manager named in Oxford, regional police force takes a step forward, Good Neighbors serves the community, a Landenberg woman will compete at the Rio Olympics, and more.

Oxford Borough hires a new borough manager

By Steven Hoffman, 07/19/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News

Brian Hoover comes to Oxford from Glenolden, where he served as borough manager for 13 years

Falgowski named to the U.S. Olympic field hockey team

By Steven Hoffman, 07/19/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, Sports

The Landenberg native was a standout for St. Mark's High School, and is going to her third Olympics

The community remembers Jerome Rodio

By Steven Hoffman, 07/15/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News

‘Oxford is not going to be the same without him’

Chester County Press July 13 edition

By J. Chambless, 07/13/2016, Categories: In Print

East Marlborough Township names new Township Manager, a need for more policing seen in Kennett Square, a local teen starts a theater group for people with special needs, and more.

Kennett Square swears in a new police officer

By Steven Hoffman, 07/12/2016, Categories: In Print, Today, News

Jacob Andress joins the department as a full-time officer

Chester County High School Sports