Archive for April 27th, 2011

Police Log April 28

Pennsylvania State Police from Troop K, Media barracks, are looking for a white or Asian male, 5 feet 2 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall with a thin build, in connection with a robbery at the TD Bank at Route 202 and Beaver Valley Road. The robbery happened shortly before 5 p.m. on April 25. The suspect was wearing a black jacket, tan pants, black shoes, a black hat ...

 
 

Bits & Pieces April 28

  • Brandywine Valley Quilters' Guild monthly meeting will be Tuesday, May 10 at the Rachel Kohl Community Library, 687 Smithbridge Road, Glen Mills, PA at 7:00 pm. The speaker will be Nancy Bills from Fayetteville, PA and will be sparking about "My Quilting Journey" that includes more than 50 quilts some old and some new and some rescued. Guests are welcomed. ...

 

National Pretzel Day

The world's oldest snack was created in 610 AD according to company spokesperson.  The pretzel was introduced to America by German and Swiss German immigrants. Lisa dips raw dough in a special solution that makes them brown as they bake.  It takes only 5 minutes to bake a pretzel.  She was serving them hot from the oven last Tuesday as people came for ...

 

Chadds Ford student prepares baseball gear for shipment abroad

Michael Walter-Dillon knows how to help others and has a mound of baseball equipment in his kitchen to prove it. Walter-Dillon plays for the KAU Little League and the Unionville Recreation Association and is in the third grade at Chadds Ford Elementary School. The equipment has been collected for the Oriole Advocate program called Cardboard to Leather. ...

 

Art and Garden Celebration – Pocopson Elementary

The ninth annual Pocopson Elementary PTO celebration features unique craft fair creations by Pocopson Elementary students, families & local artisans. There will be a Silent Auction and raffle again this year featuring items donated by local merchants, artists and students’ classroom projects. The 15 page catalog can be viewed online. Auction items include gift ...

 

The Budget Mess: A crisis in legitimacy

Reality has finally caught up with the ruling elite, and its members inside and outside government are in a panic. They have freely spent the taxpayers’ money for generations building a corporatist warfare-welfare state, and when that wasn’t enough to finance their projects, they borrowed just as freely. For a long while it paid off handsomely in power and wealth, ...