Archive for October 8th, 2016

Letter: Vote for Eric Roe for 158th

Eric Roe will make an outstanding state representative for us in the 158th Legislative District. He’s one of the hardest working men I know, and he’ll work tirelessly for the residents of the 158th in Harrisburg. He’s got the work ethic, the skill lsets, the private sector experience and the professional acumen to be an effective advocate for families and seniors. He ...

 
 

Delco officials welcome Italian counterparts

Delaware County District Attorney Jack Whelan and Delaware County Council Chairman Mario Civera, along with various police chiefs and  departments from across Delaware County, welcomed 14 police and delegates from Ariano, Italy, to the county seat in Media on Saturday, Oct. 8. Officials held the gathering to demonstrate the shared partnership and unity among law ...

 

Museum putting avant-garde art in spotlight

“Rural Modern: American Art Beyond the City,” a major new exhibition opening at the Brandywine River Museum of Art, will provide an innovative view of avant-garde art from the 1920s through the 1940s, exploring the surprising contribution of artists working outside major urban centers in the expansion and acceptance of modernist styles in the U.S. Modernism spread ...

 

Newlin Grist Mill digging into archaeology

The Newlin Grist Mill is offering an appropriate way to dig into history on Saturday, Oct. 15, as it celebrates International Archaeology Day as well as the mill’s final 2016 public archeology excavation. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the public is invited to participate in this convergence of events by assisting professional archaeologists with excavations. Current ...

 

Longwood Gardens working to stay on top

With a 75 percent increase in attendance during the past decade, Longwood Gardens is now “the most visited public garden in North America right now,” said its executive director, who fervently wants to keep it that way. Addressing the Chadds Ford Business Association, Paul B. Redman said that attendance figures for the year ending Sept. 30 came in at 1.34 million ...