Archive for July 29th, 2015

Proposed home draws controversy

Birmingham Township supervisors are less than a week away from voting on whether or not to issue a recommended Certificate of Appropriateness for a proposed new home at 1236 Birmingham Road. Supervisor Bill Kirkpatrick thinks the board will vote on the matter during its Aug. 3 meeting. Most such recommendations, which are made by the township’s Historical and ...

 
 

Photo of the Week: Out of the Woodwork

Irregularities in the bark appear as strange, macabre creatures crawling out of the wood.

 

Police Log July 30: Pedestrian killed on Route 202

• Pennsylvania State Police from Troop K, Media barracks, have reported a fatal accident on Route 202 in Chadds Ford Township. The report said an as yet unidentified black female was crossing Route 202 on foot when she was struck and killed at 10 p.m. on July 28. The victim was crossing 202 in the vicinity of Carrabbas restaurant. Medical personnel pronounced the ...

 

Around Town July 30

• Harvest time in the Ford.  Webb Road residents Dennis Decola and Chadds Ford Township Supervisor Samantha Reiner enjoy the bounty of Decola’s farm in Nottingham. Reiner called her neighbor “an incredible farmer. His stuff was SO much bigger than what I'm growing. I was jealous.” (See courtesy photo above.) • Registration for Fall 2015 Youth Sports leagues and ...