Archive for July 18th, 2017

Anti-gerrymandering argument continues

New Garden’s Board of Supervisors will consider a resolution next month in support of legislative efforts to create an independent redistricting reform commission in Pennsylvania It’s part of an effort by Fair Districts PA, a nonpartisan statewide citizens group whose goal is to end gerrymandering – a term used to describe when voting districts are redrawn to benefit ...

 
 

10,000 Maniacs to play Mushroom Festival

One of the most critically acclaimed bands of the past three and a half decades, the 10,000 Maniacs, will play the 2017 Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square, on Saturday, Sept. 9, at the special events tent. The concert will be presented by The Kennett Flash and will serve as a benefit for the non-profit performing arts center and music venue, which is also located in ...

 

Lawrence J. Giancola of Kennett Square

Lawrence J. Giancola, 88, of Kennett Square, died Sunday, July 16, at his home surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Rosalind Everley Giancola, with whom he shared 59 years of marriage. Born in Kennett Square, he was a son of the late Richard and the late Antoinette (Bendistis) Giancola. Mr. Giancola served our country during peacetime in the Army. He was ...

 

Clare May of Oxford

Clare May, 84, of Oxford, died Monday, July 17, at the Jennersville Regional Hospital. She was the wife of Ralph G. May, who died in 1994, and with whom she shared 41 years of marriage. Born in Mountain City, Tenn., she was the daughter of the late Ferd and Maggie Warren Morefield. Clare was the gatekeeper at the Avon Lake Sportsmen Club for many years. She enjoyed ...