Archive for July 1st, 2015

Chadds Ford honors Delany

Chadds Ford Township honored the late Bill Delany during the July 1 Board of Supervisors’ meeting. Delany died April 1. Friend, Civic Association and Planning Commission member Tom Kerwin read a proclamation on behalf of the supervisors praising Delany for his volunteer efforts as president of the Civic Association and as the head of the Citizens Emergency ...

 
 

Academic Achievement July 2

• Michael Leff, of Chadds Ford, graduated from Lafayette College on May 23. Leff earned a bachelor of science degree in neuroscience. • Ryan Carter, of Chadds Ford, a graduate of Unionville High School, has been accepted at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pa.  

 

Photo of the Week: The Morning After

The Brandywine Creek runs hard with muddy water under a sunny sky the morning after a big rain.

 

Police Log July 2: DUIs, accidents, theft

• A woman from Atlanta was charged with DUI on June 28. The incident happened at 12:29 a.m. Police said Christine D. Morrison, 38, was stopped for a vehicle violation on Route 202 at Stateline Road. Troopers determined her to be driving under the influence. • State police said a 29-year-old woman from New Castle had her purse stolen while shopping at the Marshalls ...

 

Around Town July 2

• Nightscape opens to the public tonight at Longwood Gardens. The music and light creation was previewed by Garden members this week in two sold-out showings. Nightscape “transforms our Gardens into a living canvas where light dances with shadow, music fills the air, and your imagination soars.” The show is open Wednesday through Sunday evenings now through October ...

 

Applied Belief: Trans-cending freedom

The word transcend as a verb means to “go beyond the limits of.” This past week, we as a nation officially transcended our Judeo Christian principles which have been the bedrock of America for more than 239 years. I am one who believes that America has never been truly a “Christian” nation. What is true is that the vast majority of our laws had been based on biblical ...