Archive for July 28th, 2015

Art Watch: ‘Kennett Square has a soul’

“The first time I walked through Kennett Square, I knew I found the place for my gallery." The owner Mala Galleria in Kennett Square is featured in this week’s Art Watch. Having moved half way across the world, Zvezdana Stojanovic Scott found a new home in Kennett Square that reminds her of a charming European town. Mala Galleria in Kennett Square is a wonderful ...

 
 

Victoria Wyeth a hit at The Hickman

Victoria Browning Wyeth, the art dynasty’s premier ambassador, recently visited The Hickman Friends Senior Community of West Chester, where she spoke to a packed house of residents and guests about her family’s rich legacy. Two Wyeth paintings are on display at The Hickman: Andrew Wyeth’s painting “Cushing Window,” a gift from Andrew and Betsy Wyeth to the residence ...

 

D.A.: Pocopson Home nurse stole drugs

In 2015, administrators at the Pocopson Home, a county-run nursing home on Route 52 in Pocopson Township, began noticing the disappearance of morphine and other controlled substances, prosecutors said. On Tuesday, July 28, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced the arrest of a licensed practical nurse who had worked at the facility. Carolyn A. Howett, ...

 

Barnard House project prompts ethics review

The historic Barnard House, once an Underground Railroad refuge, continued to spark spirited debate in Pocopson Township, dominating the agenda at Monday night’s supervisors’ meeting. Amid some impassioned and sometimes rancorous rhetoric, Supervisors’ Chairman Barney Leonard and Supervisor Ricki Stumpo made some key decisions about the project, which involves ...