Archive for February 12th, 2015

Gov. issues warning as mercury plummets

With wind chill advisories and wind chill warnings from the National Weather Service throughout much of Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf and the departments of Human Services and Health are urging Pennsylvanians to take steps to reduce the risk of health hazards. “I encourage all Pennsylvanians to be safe and stay aware over the next few days of extreme cold,” said Gov. ...

 
 

Kennett Square teen faces drug, gun charges

A steady stream of visitors at all hours of the day and night got the attention of neighbors in the 500 block of Center Street, Kennett Square Police said. Tips about the suspicious activity led to a 4½-month investigation that culminated in the arrest on Thursday, Feb. 12, of a 17-year-old on drug-trafficking and weapon charges, police said. The juvenile, whose name ...

 

Jerome Burruss of West Grove

Jerome Burruss, 79, of West Grove, died Monday, Feb. 9, at Twin Pines Health Care in West Grove. Born in West Chester, he was the son of the late Richard and Anita Davis Burruss. He was a self-employed belt maker. Jerome enjoyed playing his guitar, listening to Country & Western music, NASCAR, and being with people. He played his guitar with many small bands in ...

 

Tyler hopes residents will flip over fundraiser

Bundle up and enjoy this annual celebration of the maple tree’s sweet offerings by attending Tyler Arboretum’s annual Pancake Breakfast and Maple Sugaring Celebration fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28. Visitors are encouraged to visit the various discovery stations hosted by Tyler educators to learn how sap is turned into maple syrup, and then ...