Archive for April 6th, 2011

Will attitudes change in Pennsbury?

As reported in this week’s update of ChaddsFordLive, Pennsbury Township supervisors—in a 2-0 vote with one abstention—agreed to stipulations with Pennsbury Village Associates that will eliminate several lawsuits and, some hope, clear the way for a decade-long controversy to come to a peaceful end. Will it? One can only hope so. This is, after all, a township where ...

 
 

Police log April 7

• Pennsylvania State Police from the Media barracks apprehended a 19-year-old from Cheyney who was hiding in a garage in Concord Township during the early morning of April 3. According to a report, a homeowner found Michael John Baker hiding behind a refrigerator in a garage on Phoebe Lane. When confronted, the report said, Baker first said someone named John told ...

 

Concord gets safety reminder

Concord Township supervisors—and residents attending the April 5 board meeting—got a few reminders on personal safety from the state police. Tpr. Matthew Gibson, from Troop K, Media, gave the monthly police report saying that, all in all, Concord was faring well, though there were two reported residential burglaries and 20 reported collisions during March. Gibson ...