Browsing: Parkesburg Politics

Election Results – Parkesburg Mayor


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Election Results – Octorara School Board, Zone 3


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Vote Today!

November 5, 2013 Municipal Election Info Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Chester County Look up information about all contests and candidates on your ballot and where you vote. Street Address: Zip Code:  


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Stolzfus and Jones For School Board

In our second of two 2013 General Election endorsement of candidates Parkesburg Today endorses Nelson Stoltzfus and David Jones for School Director representing Parkesburg’s south precinct, Highland Township and Londonderry Township. Stoltsfus is a 16 year


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Judge Nancy Gill For District Justice

In a first, Parkesburg Today endorses Judge Nancy Gill for District Court Justice. Judge Gill makes no bones about loving her job as Parkesburg’s District Court Justice. She appreciates her unique role, a role that has


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Jones Hosts Beale Manor Reception

Parkesburg native and school board write-in candidate David Jones is hosting a reception at Beale Manor Saturday afternoon (today!) from 3 to 5 PM. Jones will discuss why he’s running as a write-in candidate and why


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The Pitts Report

Today starts a new series on Parkesburg Today we’re respectfully calling “The Pitts Report” in honor of our esteemed Congressman, Mr. Joe Pitts. In an effort to shine more light on what our representatives in Washington


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Jones Announces Write-in School Board Campaign

Saying he wants to see Octorara schools get better and that the quickest path to change was by building a coalition and consensus, David Jones of Parkesburg declared he is a write-in candidate to represent residents


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Enough Said

“Once its working really well I guarantee you they won’t call it Obamacare.” – President Barack H. Obama –


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Borough Council Interrupts Carol Seawell

At last week’s Borough Council meeting, Carol Seawell’s comments were cut off after three minutes without warning. Parkesburg Today spoke to Seawell about the situation. What happened? “I went to the Borough Council Meeting to speak


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