Archive for June 23rd, 2015

Op/Ed: State pols can restore faith in government

This year’s Pennsylvania primary election affirmed the fact that most of our citizens have lost faith in government and the political process. More than 80 percent of our commonwealth’s registered voters failed to show up to vote. It’s no wonder. People have seen increasing partisanship deadlock cripple any chance of progress in both Harrisburg and Washington. They ...

 
 

Barnard House project on forefront of light meeting

Pocopson Township supervisors passed a resolution authorizing the grant contract closeout for the Pocopson Township Trail Related Support Facilities Project. The vote was 3-0. The grant involved phase 1 of the Barnard House project, according to Supervisors’ Chairman Barney Leonard. He said the township applied for the $250,000 grant in July 2013 for the development ...

 

Police seeking IDs on alleged van, tool thieves

West Goshen Township Police are seeking the public’s help to identify whoever stole a van and multiple tools from a flooring company on Thursday, June 18, at 11:15 p.m. Police said someone entered multiple vans at Mansueto Hardwood Flooring Ltd., which is located in the unit block of Hagerty Boulevard in West Chester, managed to “punch the ignition” (a procedure ...

 

Magic, mysticism await at arboretum’s festival

Open your storybooks, put on your wings, and get ready for a magical adventure as the annual Fairy and Wizard Festival returns to the Tyler Arboretum on Sunday, June 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Participants will have an opportunity to become a dragon, make a fairy wand, plant a magic bean, and enjoy lots more imaginative play. Listen to enchanted tales from around ...