Archive for November 12th, 2015

U-CF talks school safety, security

Intense public interest in three incidents at Unionville-Chadds Ford School District Schools earlier this academic year led to a community conversation on school security and the safety of students and employees. Those incidents included a parent who left a loaded pistol in the door of an unoccupied, unlocked car while the engine was running, high school students who ...

 
 

Issuing alert on overt – and covert – sexting

The app on a teen’s cellphone may look like a calculator or clock, but naked photos of classmates can lurk beneath the innocent-looking icon, images that require a passcode to access, said Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan. The frequency with which children as young as 9 or 10 are exchanging and hiding racy photos – part of a growing trend called sexting – ...

 

Art Watch: Live in and wear your art!

Bodywork by Ellen Durkan

In Kennett Square, The Episcopal Church of the Advent is hosting their second annual Artisan Fair on Saturday, November 14.  It’s being held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the church’s Parish Hall, 401 North Union Street, in Kennett Square.  Many local popular artists will be participating, including Sarah Dinsel with her lovely hand- painted furniture, Patsy Keller's ...

 

Elizabeth “Betty” Staller Whittle of Kennett Square

Elizabeth “Betty” Staller Whittle, 95, of Kennett Square, died Sunday, Nov. 8, at Kendal Community in Kennett Square. She was the wife of the late Wilson H. Whittle who died in 2003 and with whom she shared 60 years of marriage. Born in Mount Carmel, she was the daughter of the late Howard W. and the late Grace Owens Staller. Betty studied dental hygiene at Penn and ...