Archive for October 16th, 2017

 UHS Art Gala celebrates 42 years

The Unionville High School Art Gala is Nov. 17 and 18.

The Unionville High School Arts Gala is 42 years old this year. This annual event showcases local celebrated working artists, UHS alumni, and current UHS Students along with live music and great food. This year it runs Nov. 17 from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Unionville High School Art Center. Friday evening includes delicious appetizers ...

 
 

Jerold “Jerry” S. Panati of West Chester

Jerold “Jerry” S. Panati, 81, of West Chester, died Monday, Oct. 9, at the Chester County Hospital. Jerry was the husband of Nancy Ramey Panati, with whom he shared 53 years of marriage. Born in Philadelphia, and growing up in Ardmore, Jerry was the son of the late Jerry and late Alta (Mitchell) Panati. Jerry was “Penn State Proud,” earning a bachelor’s of science ...

 

Op/ed: Preserve Chester County land

Most of us living in and near West Chester have learned of the pending sale and development of the iconic land in Westtown Township called Crebilly Farm.  Born and raised in West Chester, I rode my horse on the property as a young girl.  I cannot imagine West Chester without Crebilly Farm and took for granted that it would always be there.  Crebilly Farm is part of ...

 

Letter: Donze is best choice

Two candidates are in the race for magisterial district judge, Jane Donze and Al Iacocca. In all elected positions the voters are the employers, the candidates are applying for the job, the paycheck is non-negotiable, and the term is fixed. So the judge we hire, friendships and politics aside, needs to hit the ground running with the understanding and experience of ...

 

At festival, glasses raised to crush cancer

The 26th Annual Wine Festival at the Dilworthtown Inn borrowed lyrics from the musical “Annie” – with a slight revision: “The sun will come out … in an hour.” At least that’s what forecasters repeatedly insisted. But on Sunday, Oct. 15, Mother Nature defied predictions that the clouds would soon subside. They never did, but people were having too much fun to care. ...

 

What really causes stomach bugs?

It’s likely you’ve had a stomach bug at some point in your life or know someone who has. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are on average 19 to 21 million cases of stomach viruses annually in the U.S. While you can get a stomach virus from contaminated food, this is not always the case. “Anyone can get a stomach bug—either from ...