Archive for February 19th, 2015

Couple faces drug, corrupting minors charges

When authorities executed a search warrant in the 400 block of Line Road in Kennett Square on Friday, Feb. 13, officers found conditions so unsanitary that the residence – home to three children – had to be condemned, said New Garden Township Police. The search warrant followed an investigation into possible illegal activity in the home and led to the arrest of ...

 
 

YMCA announces new board members

The YMCA of Greater Brandywine, a cause-driven nonprofit committed to strengthening community through programs that support youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, has added the following new association board members, according to a press release. These new members will be part of an expanded, 32-person Association Board following the Jan. 1, ...

 

Passion, paint, proclivities: a Wyeth’s insight

Victoria Browning Wyeth enjoys serving as an ambassador for her famous artist relatives, especially her grandfather, Andrew Wyeth, and her uncle, Jamie Wyeth.

Just as the Jamie Wyeth retrospective is taking audiences by storm, the Brandywine River Museum has announced an appearance by another force of nature in the family: his high-energy niece. Victoria Browning Wyeth will lead a program on Friday, March 13, that promises “lively discussion” and “an intimate view” of renowned artist Jamie Wyeth in conjunction with the ...

 

Marian B. Lewis of Kennett Square

Marian B. Lewis, 92, of Kennett Square, died Monday, Feb. 16, at the Pocopson Home. She was the wife of the late Charles Hunter Lewis who died in 1956. Born in Kennett Square, she was the daughter of the late Franklin and Mamie Merritt Bernard. Marian served our country in the Army as a nurse during WWII. Her duties took her to England, Japan, and D Day in France. ...