Archive for November 10th, 2015

Longwood’s summer kaleidoscope to return

Area residents lamenting the fact that they missed Longwood Gardens’ popular summer show, “Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience” –or those who saw it and already miss it – will have another opportunity. The kaleidoscopic mix of light, sound, imagery, and music by Philadelphia-based Klip Collective will return in 2016, Longwood announced in a press release on ...

 
 

Pocopson topics run gamut from trail to crime

When it comes to criminal activity, Pocopson Township qualifies as quiet and even experienced a decrease in total police calls during the past year. That number dropped from 110 to 100 in 2015, said Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Kelly Cruz during a brief presentation at Monday night’s Pocopson Township supervisors’ meeting. But that doesn’t mean the township should ...

 

Politics still a school board hot button

Recently re-elected Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board Director Gregg Lindner blasted fellow Director Jeff Hellrung and the Chadds Ford Republican Party for politicizing school board elections, at least in Region C. “School board elections in Region C are broken,” Lindner said during the Nov. 9 school board work session. Region C comprises Chadds Ford and Pennsbury ...

 

Supremely green municipalities being sought

Natural Lands Trust and the Chester County Association of Township Officials (CCATO) are calling for nominations for the Growing Greener Communities Award, which honors conservation-minded accomplishments by townships in Chester County. The Natural Lands Trust Growing Greener Communities Award was developed in 2013 to recognize municipalities that have engaged in ...