For weeks and months, area high school football teams have labored through conditioning drills, weight-lifting and seven-on-seven scrimmages. However, Monday at Chester County High School, and schools all across the state, "real" practice began in helmets and pads. CCHS will open the regular season Aug. 19, hosting Adamsville, just one week after the jamborees.
Henderson Board of Mayor and Aldermen met on Thursday, July 14, for their regular monthly meeting. Board members discussed purchasing monuments and repairing broken headstones at Henderson City Cemetery.
Chester County Commission met in regular session on Monday, July 25. Reports for Chester County Schools, the Highway Department, County Trustee, County General, Solid Waste and the library were all approved.
Hello from Enville! I hope everyone had a wonderful week. Our ball season has ended; our little 5/6 year old Chester County Sweetees team took home the second place trophy in the State Championship games in Lyles. We are very proud of them!
Hello from Enville! I hope everyone had a good week, some folks got rain last Friday, but all we got here in Enville was wind; also some had showers on Sunday, but we just got thunder. Maybe rain will come soon.
Stephen W. Phillips, 39, a native of Henderson, has a keen interest in theme parks and attractions. He credits it to his mother and grandmother who were always eager to expose him to anything exciting and thrilling.
Dual-enrollment courses are growing in popularity and importance at Chester County High School and schools around the nation. These courses, once considered a leg up for the traditional college-bound path, are more vital and significant than ever.
Sometimes, as we begin our journey with grief, it has nothing to do with a death. I was speaking to a mother of seven adopted children recently who reminded us all that grief may occur from many different sources.