Archive for September 5th, 2012

Birmingham looking for Bush’s replacement

Birmingham Township supervisors have begun their search for a replacement for Supervisor Al Bush who died Aug. 28. Bush’s term ends at the end of 2013. Supervisors’ Chairman John Conklin said the best case would be a volunteer who would be willing to fill the unexpired term and stand for the primary election in May of 2013. The supervisors will canvas the homeowner ...

 
 

Concord Township news in brief

• A tentative date of Oct. 23 was set for a zoning amendment hearing in Concord Township for the Loop Road Overlay involving Hineman family property and the possible Wegman’s development. • Supervisors accepted as final a land development plan for a Citadel Federal Credit Union building planned for the intersection of Route 1 and Evergreen Drive, the site that had ...

 

Police log Sept. 6

• A Delaware man, suspected of robbing the DNB Bank on Oakland Road in Chadds Ford Township on Aug. 24, was taken into custody after he allegedly robbed a Susquehanna Bank in West Whiteland Township on Aug. 31. The suspect was identified as Kord Johnson, 46, of Wilmington. Police made the connection based on physical descriptions provided by witnesses and ...

 

Around Town Sept. 6

• Vietnam and Iraq war veterans last week met with Dave Kelleher, of David Dodge on Route 202 in Chadds Ford Township, to thank him for his desire to help pay for moving the Vietnam Veterans’ monument that currently sits just off the parking lot of the former Sovereign Bank, also on Route 202. “We’re going to get this done,” Kelleher told them. The veterans presented ...

 

Adopt-a-Pet Sept. 6

Peebles is a super sweet and laidback lap cat who loves people and lives with other cats. Peebles had a bit of a rough start to life. After being out in the elements over the winter, Peebles was brought to CCSPCA in early spring and was treated for an upper respiratory infection that was hard to shake.  It took some time and medical attention, but Peebles is finally ...

 

Photo of the Week Sept. 6

High Flier

 

Get Real: Floor the competition

When people enter your home they usually look down before up, so that first step is vital for attracting a homebuyer and making a great first impression. This is one reason why more people are installing hardwood floors in their homes. Hardwood flooring enhances the look of any room and can create a classic ambiance that will beautify the interior design of your ...

 

Random-Lee: Ode Osso Buco

So we had some old friends over to visit for a few days last week and at one point Wife says to me, “You’re so lucky…” Now I hate anything that starts with “You’re so lucky…” because it usually ends up with me saying, “Yes, and the harder I work, the luckier I get.”  But that’s not what she meant.  What Wife actually said was, “You’re so lucky that you have a husband ...

 

Mind Matters: Hope springs?

Given that the title of this movie is “Hope Springs”—not “Hope Springs Eternal”—we already wonder if perhaps there is a question mark about how much hope there will be here. Several clients recommended that I see this film not only because there was a psychotherapist in it, Dr. Bernie Feld (played by Steve Carell), but because it touched them emotionally. Meryl ...

 

Kennett Symphony begins 72nd Season with Opening Night Concert

The Kennett Symphony of Chester County begins its 72nd season with Opening Night Concert, under the direction of Maestra Mary Woodmansee Green, featuring pianist Igor Resnianski. The concert will be presented at West Chester University’s Madeleine Wing Adler Theatre on Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 8:00 pm.   The opening concert includes two youthful works: ...