Archive for October 25th, 2014

Trail grant brings tears of joy

When Deb Reardon heard the news, tears came to her eyes. Reardon chairs the Chadds Ford Open Space Committee, and the news was that the group had finally been awarded a grant for a footbridge to be installed over wetlands as part of the long-sought-after Harvey Run Trail. “We’ve been trying to get this going on four years,” Reardon said. She had been hoping and ...

 
 

Chesco commissioners propose no tax hike

The Chester County Commissioners unveiled the preliminary 2015 county budget that holds the line on taxes. Presenting the preliminary budget to the commissioners at their Sunshine meeting, Chester County Chief Operating Officer Mark Rupsis said the budget represents a successful effort to “produce results while also reducing the size of government,” a county news ...

 

‘Downton Abbey’ to play role at antiques show

Gain an intimate perspective on "Downton Abbey" at Winterthur's 51st Annual Delaware Antiques Show, Nov. 7- 9 p.m.,  at the Chase Center on the Riverfront, as honorary chair and keynote speaker Jessica Fellowes discusses the blockbuster PBS series and her new book A Year in the Life of Downton Abbey. An author, historian, and niece of "Downton Abbey" creator Julian ...

 

New owner aims to serve club’s patrons well

Jamie Sulzman, who first picked up a tennis racquet at the age of 4 or 5, has never put one down for long. He played No. 1 singles and doubles at West Chester University, where he received a teaching degree and a minor in business. He said he knew then that he wanted sports to be a part of his career. So when a position opened at Frog Hollow Racquet Club in Blue Bell ...