Archive for January 26th, 2011

State Supreme Court ruling makes Pennsbury a ‘benchmark’

It’s been nothing but a litigious, back and forth decade for a planned multi-use development in Pennsbury Township. Now the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has chimed in, reversing a lower court decision involving Pennsbury Village and a lawsuit that was filed after a settlement agreement between the developer and several residents. One of those residents is current ...

 
 

Police log Jan. 27

• Someone kicked in the side door of a residence on Hillendale Road on Jan. 24 and stole a jewelry box belonging to the resident, a state police report said. Police from the Avondale barracks said the break-in occurred sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 6:07 p.m. This residence was also broken into last summer. • Pennsylvania State Police from the Avondale barracks are ...

 

Bits & Pieces Jan.27

• Read-Aloud tours for children begin Thursday, Feb. 3 at the Brandywine River Museum, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. The program runs through March 17. There will be a different program each week. Children may participate in one or all of these tours, designed for children ages 3 to 6 accompanied by an adult.Reservations are requested. Workshops are free for members and ...

 

Adopt-a-Pet Jan. 27

Baby and Demi are two young adult female rabbits that are currently available for adoption at the Chester County SPCA. They came to the shelter on Jan. 11 because their owner’s child was allergic to them. Baby and Demi are very sweet and social rabbits who would like to find a home together. They are use to being handled; they are litter-box trained and get a long ...

 

It’s the people as much as the politicians

The Constitution requires the president to make an annual State of the Union address. One wonders if the framers new it would turn into a political pep rally, lathering up partisan party politics as well as populist fervor. There’s likely no way they would have known that presidents would almost follow a script for 40 years. Richard Nixon said the end of U.S. ...

 

The Doctor is In: Snoring, Sleep Apnea, and Other Causes of Sleepless Nights

One of the questions I ask my patients during routine office visits is how they are sleeping at night or if they are feeling unusually sleepy during the day. By getting the seven to eight hours of sleep per day recommended for adults, you can help your mind and body stay strong, and possibly even keep yourself from getting sick or having a serious accident.According ...

 

Free Your Space: Begin at the beginning

Throughout the professional organizing community, January is being celebrated as “GO (Get Organized) Month”. Chapters of the National Association of Professional Organizers are holding GO events in locations all around the U.S. Following a recent presentation, an attendee approached me to ask if I ever work with children. He expressed regret for not being taught some ...

 

Kuerner student holds first solo exhibition at Darlington

Darlington Arts Center in Concord Township is pleased to present local artist, Tim Corey, in his first solo exhibition entitled “Drawing After Dark: Interpretations in Charcoal, Pencil and Pastel.” Meet the artist to discuss his inspirations and techniques while enjoying refreshments at the free opening reception at Darlington Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 5, 3 to 5 ...