Archive for May 3rd, 2017

Point-To-Point to honor Weymouth with carriage parade

The late George A. "Frolic" Weymouth (shown) founded the Winterthur Point-to-Point Antique Carriage Parade in Cap: 1978. Leadership passes to a new chairman, John Frazier Hunt, this year for the first time in its history. (Courtesy photo.)

With a nod to his longtime friend, the late George A. “Frolic” Weymouth of Chadds Ford, John Frazier Hunt of Spring City will lead more than two dozen regal, horse-drawn antique carriages through Winterthur’s 39th annual Point-to-Point racecourse on Sunday, May 7, continuing the grand procession now bearing its founder’s name, the George A. “Frolic” Weymouth Carriage ...

 
 

Royal Farms decision delayed

It will now be June before Concord Township Council releases its decision on the Royal Farms conditional use hearing. The decision was expected last night, but the township and applicant agreed to an extension. Concord held the hearing April 18, and state law requires a decision within 45 calendar days after the close of the hearing. That 45-day period would end June ...

 

Raise The Steaks: A magical meal for mom

In less than two weeks, we celebrate a very special day. The day to show appreciation for mom and everything she has done for you. It is a day that she should not only be exonerated from her duties but be pampered and doted on. Mom runs around farther and quicker than most anyone else in your life, whether she’s working a 9-5 day job, getting the kids to and from ...

 

Police Log May 3: Careless driving; harassment

• State police charged Martin Hineman, 46, of Glen Mills, following an accident on the Conchester Highway on April 27, a report said. According to police, Hineman was driving west in the single westbound lane east of Cambridge Drive at 1:45 a.m., when his Ford F150 went off the road and crossed over the shoulder into a grassy area. The truck then hit a utility pole ...