Archive for March 1st, 2017

Road restriction in Newlin Township 

PennDOT announced today that Brandywine Creek Road will be closed between Green Valley Road and Powell Road in Newlin Township March 2, from 7 a.m. to 3p.m., for the installation of concrete barrier to close this section of the road to westbound traffic. During the operation, Brandywine Creek Road through traffic will be detoured over Strasburg Road and Mortonville ...

 
 

DCCC gets $100K grant from Sunoco Logistics

Delaware County Community College announced a $100,000 grant from Sunoco Logistics that will help fund training and education of Delaware and Chester County students for careers in process control technology. This investment in the College’s process control technology program empowers students with the skills and knowledge to seek employment in automated ...

 

Letter: Dear Mr. Semon

Dear Mr. Semon, You may recall a short phone conversation with me back in November, when you took the liberty of returning my call to your office.  I greatly appreciated your time on my behalf.  From our brief conversation, I learned that you are capable of being patient and listening.  I learned you have a sense of humor.  I learned you possess good qualities.  And, ...

 

Verner H. Condon Jr. West Grove

Verner H. Condon Jr., 90, West Grove, formerly of New Vernon, N.J., died Friday Feb. 24, at the Jennersville Regional Hospital. He was the husband of Alice Godfrey Waters Condon with whom he shared 13 years of marriage, and the late Ann Garman Condon who died in 2002 and with whom he shared 53 years of marriage. Born in Bloomington, Ill., he was the son of the late ...

 

Police Log March 1: Accidents, DUI, aggravated assault

• State police from the Avondale barracks said Margaret McIntosh, 61, of Reading, was cited following an accident on Doe Run Road in West Marlborough Township on Feb. 17. According to a report, she was stopped at a stop sign at Doe Run and Apple Grove Road, but failed to yield the right of way and pulled out in front of an approaching car. Police said he other driver ...

 

Raise the Steaks: Major in meat, Part II

In Part I, we covered aspects of picking the best steaks; the cuts that are the most tender, the most flavorful, even the cuts best for sharing. I also covered the differences in USDA grading (which grades to stay away from, and which grades are top of the class), as well as the different aging methods and the results of those methods. Now that the foundation for ...