Archive for February 15th, 2015

Deja vu forecast: Cold, wind, snow, repeat

The polar plunge continues as Sunday, Feb. 15, is expected to be the coldest night this season and could break records, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The lows on Monday morning, Feb. 16, will likely dip below zero north and west of Interstate 95. A wind chill advisory continues for Chester and Delaware Counties until 11 a.m. on Monday with wind ...

 
 

Longwood offers relief from cold on OrKid Day

Orchid Extravaganza is running through March 29 at Longwood Gardens.

As temperatures hover in single digits, warmth awaits in Longwood Gardens’ four-acre conservatory, which is currently featuring Orchid Extravaganza. Take advantage of a day off and bring the children to OrKid Day, on Monday, Feb. 16, an opportunity to take advantage of special activities. They include Very Vanilla Discovery Station, Who Lives in the Rainforest ...

 

Hundreds pay respects to slain girl’s family

Photos and flowers were plentiful at the funeral for Karlie Hall, 18, of Chadds Ford.

An 18-year-old college freshman was remembered on Saturday, Feb. 14, for her radiant smile, impish sense of humor, and peace-making talents at Willowdale Chapel in Kennett Square. Hundreds of people lined up during a two-hour visitation to express condolences to the family of Karlie Hall of Chadds Ford, a 2014 Unionville High graduate who had been majoring in ...

 

Katie Dolores Bussler Kozak of West Grove

Katie Dolores Bussler Kozak, 84, of West Grove, formerly of St. Mary’s County, Md., died of congestive heart failure on Thursday, Feb. 12, at her home in West Grov . Born on July 23, 1930, in Compton, Md., she was the daughter of the late Violet Ching Abell Bussler and George Edward Bussler, and was named after her paternal grandmother. Katie was married June 4, ...