Archive for July 22nd, 2010

Independence of thought and action

There was positive feedback from our July Fourth editorial, in both written and verbal comments. Apparently there are readers who share our belief that July 4 and the Declaration of Independence have profound significance to this day. But independence from Great Britain was just one example of the overall human need for independence from an overbearing government. ...

 
 

Police log for July 22

• Police are looking for two men who brandished a shotgun during a robbery at Jake’s Hamburgers on Route 202. A police report said the two took an undisclosed amount of cash from the business and also took cash and personal items from employees. The robbery happened about 9:30 p.m. on July 16. Both suspects are black, the report said. One is described as 6 feet 6 ...

 

Pennsbury burglaries under investigation

Pennsylvania State Police from Troop J, Avondale, are investigating a series of burglaries in Pennsbury Township. Some of the incidents are three months old. Press releases on the burglaries were not issued. ChaddsFordLive.com learned of the incidents from residents, one of which said her home had been burglarized. Tpr. Corey Monthei, the community services officer ...

 

Bits & Pieces for July 22

• Texas Roadhouse, on Route 1 in Concord Township, is scheduled to open for business Aug.2. • Birmingham Township will hold a public hearing for a temporary sign ordinance next month. The hearing is scheduled for 7:15 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 7, just before the regularly scheduled supervisors’ meeting. • The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce is holding a workshop on ...

 

Bark park considered for Pennsbury

Pennsbury Township supervisors will, in August, be considering a proposal for a dog park to be put in the township park. If approved, it could be ready in September. The bark park would be a place where residents can take their dogs and have them off leash to socialize with other dogs, according to Kendal Reynolds of the township Park Committee. She said the initial ...

 

Adopt-a-Pet

Maggie is 10-year-old spayed female English setter that is available for adoption through the Chester County SPCA. She came to the shelter because her owner felt they were not home enough and she was spending too much time in her crate. Do not let Maggie’s age fool you she is full of energy and love and would like to share it with you. She is housebroken and gets a ...