Archive for April 3rd, 2016

Crash suspends Amtrak’s Phila. to Del. line

All Amtrak service has been suspended between Wilmington, Del., and Philadelphia, following a morning crash on Sunday, April 3. Amtrak made the announcement after Amtrak Train 89, operating from New York City to Savannah, Ga., struck a backhoe that was on the tracks and partially derailed the lead engine, south of Philadelphia in Chester. Approximately 341 passengers ...

 
 

Keeping borough trucks on track a tough task

On Tuesday, March 22, a trucker provided a dramatic reminder of why the Borough of Kennett Square has a truck route and why complaints about truck traffic surface periodically at Borough Council meetings: Big rigs can’t navigate some downtown intersections. A Sunbury Trucking driver headed into the borough on Route 82 from Route 1 clipped the northwest corner at ...

 

South American fusion coming to arts center

The Darlington Arts Center will welcome Cristian Perez and his ensemble for an evening of high energy South American fusion on Saturday, April 9. Perez’s performance is part of Darlington’s Coffee House Concert Series. The guitarist will be joined by flutist Yana Hristova and bassist Ethan Foote to present original works with a South American twist, according to a ...

 

‘Pay What You Wish’ an option at Winterthur

On two special “Winterthur After Hours” Wednesdays – April 20 and May 18 – Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library will offer “Pay What You Wish” entry beginning at 5 p.m., giving visitors the option of setting their own admission. “We are pleased to offer ‘Pay What You Wish’ evenings this spring. It excites us to make Winterthur’s gardens, exhibitions, collections, ...