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Land preservationist to be honored by Coatesville museum
Molly K. Morrison, 60, a lifelong Chester County resident, is president and CEO of the Natural Lands Trust in Media.
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Sun Mar 16, 2014
Art Watch: Painting on collage combines old and new
Painter Jasmine Alleger will be exhibiting this Thursday March 20th at Galer Estate Winery for a Pop up show from 5-9pm.
Chesco conference pitches science careers to girls
PHOENIXVILLE The pilot was explaining how the big Sikorsky S-76 helicopter sitting outside Phoenixville Middle School worked when someone asked why pilots wear flight suits.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
The Morning Call
State still not satisfied with conditions at care home
The state put Trexler Park Manor in South Whitehall Township on a provisional license for a series of issues that started with a bedbug infestation.
Rock Hill Herald
Dashcam Video: Chester County firefighters and sheriff's deputies scuffle at accident scenes
This dash camera footage shows the Feb. 14 incident between Chester County firefighters and Sheriff Alex Underwood and his deputies.
State schools' goals crucial
Pennsylvania's 14-university State System of Higher Education is among the largest in the nation, and it has been largely effective in its mission - making higher education accessible to as many Pennsylvania students as possible.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Legislation could shake up state system
Legislation proposed this week by two Pennsylvania lawmakers could shake up how the state's system of colleges operates.
19th-century female trailblazer to come alive
Laurie Rofini, director of Chester County Archives and Records Services, will lead a "History on Tap" program on Ann Preston, a 19th-century pioneer, on March 18. A 19th-century pioneer of women's rights and female medical education will come to life at a West Chester restaurant on Tuesday, March 18, at 6:30 p.m., courtesy of the Chester County ... (more)
Thu Mar 13, 2014
3rd suspect ID'd in Exton Square Mall jewelry store theft
Police have identified a third man wanted in a December jewelry store theft at the Exton Square Mall in West Whiteland Township, Chester County.
The Lebanon Daily News
Family uses corn crops for home heating
Farmers seeking an alternative fuel to heat their homes might save a few dollars by burning feed corn, according to Ronald C. Fetterman, Union Township.
D.A. releases chilling statistics on heroin deaths
Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan discusses the launch of a Narcotics Overdose Prevention and Education chapter in Chester County.
Orphans' Court seeking extra 'eyes and ears'
Diane P. Mulhearn , the Volunteer Guardianship Program coordinator, and Nancy Breuer, Assistant Orphans' Court Administrator, review files for the program.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Chester County Women's Commission bestows awards
Chester County Commissioner Terence Farrell introduces Empowered Young Woman award-winner Christine Luczka .
West Chester man indicted for alleged FBI threats
A 32-year-old West Chester man whose Twitter moniker is "espionage hacking" has been indicted by federal authorities for allegedly threatening to kill FBI agents and members of law enforcement, a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office said on Thursday, March 12. Justin M. Credico stands accused of two counts of threatening federal law ... (more)
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Best Line Equipment Holds Grand Opening in West Chester
Exhibitor booths staffed by representatives of manufacturers Best Line Equipment carries provided guests with plenty of equipment options to discuss.
Homeless man's death offers somber reminder
The sign doesn't deter the homeless from setting up encampments in areas that are difficult to access but offer some protection from the elements.
Lund become first Chesco female detective in 33 years
WEST CHESTER When Kristin Lund was sworn in as a Chester County detective last week, she became the first woman hired into the position in 33 years.
3 people hit by car inside Chester Co. Famous Footwear, DUI suspected
Three people were struck when a man, suspected of driving under the influence, crashed into a Famous Footwear store in Tredyffrin Township, Chester County.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Police: 3 hurt when vehicle slams into shoe store
Police say a man suspected of being under the influence injured three people when he drove a late model Cadillac into a shoe store in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Lehigh Valley Health Network boss discriminated against workers over 40, lawsuit says
A lawsuit alleges a supervisor at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Salisbury Township discriminated against employees older than 40. A supervisor at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Salisbury Township kept a list of employees she wanted to get rid of because they were over 40, according to a federal lawsuit.