Browsing: Chester County

Chester County Offers Landlord Forum

Chester County’s fourth annual Landlord Forum, Wednesday, October 2 from 8 a.m. to noon, offers a series of interactive workshops and discussions on a number of topics at the Chester County Public Safety Training Campus, 137


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Chester County Commissioners Give Proclamation

On September 25, Chester County‘s commissioners will give a proclamation to support Mental Illness Awareness Week. A free wellness event aimed to enhance mental and emotional wellbeing will be on October 7 from 10 a.m. to


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Chester County Observes National Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) has been recognized the first full week of October for two plus decades, offering the opportunity to learn more about a topic that affects a quarter of the US population. Chester


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Chester County is updating the Hazard Mitigation Plan, written in 2011, and seeks your input on concerns regarding natural hazards. “Chester County is faced with numerous natural hazard risks, from drought and extreme heat to blizzards


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Job Opening in Education

Courtesy of Terry Stewart, supervisor of the Chester County Intermediate Unit: Chester County Intermediate Unit 24 Early Care and Education Center Director/Teacher (934) Posting ID 934 A vacancy for an Early Care and Education Center Director/Teacher


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Chester County Receives Budget Award

Chester County is the first county in Pennsylvania to start a strategic planning process and the only county in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region to receive the Government Finance Officers Association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the


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Horse Trials and County Fair

Check out the sixth annual three-day Plantation Field International Horse Trials and Country Fair, at 387 Green Valley Road, in Unionville, with a Downtown Abbey theme. Competitions run from 9 am to 4 pm, featuring a new 180


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Greater Chester County faith communities can learn how to address needs of their congregations and communities from a holistic health perspective at a free workshop from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 24, at First Presbyterian


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Farming Facts 2


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One of the several emergency management briefing sessions held Saturday morning at the Octorara Middle School By Jack Mariano But, what is a P.O.D.? You’re sitting in your favorite chair and watching your televisions and then


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