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The SS City of Chester was a steamship built in 1875 that sank after a collision with RMS Oceanic at the Golden Gate in San Francisco Bay on August 22, 1888.

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Chester is a city in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. With a population of 33,972 at the 2010 census it is the largest city in Delaware County.

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The City of Chester, PA is seeking assistance from qualified professional planning and design consultants to prepare a municipal-wide parks, trails, and open ...

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City of Chester News and Information, Chester, PA. 4.1K likes. Official Constituent Services Facebook Page for the City of Chester.

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Penn renamed the settlement, then the province's most populous town, after the English city of Chester. Chester served as the county seat for Chester County, ...

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The Chester Economic Development Authority (CEDA) is a municipal authority charged with a mandate by the City of Chester to develop economic strategy, ...

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