Archive for December 6th, 2017

M. Bernice Edmondson Little of Landenberg

M. Bernice Edmondson Little, 94, of Landenberg, died Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Ware Presbyterian Village in Oxford. She was the wife of the late Kirby Lane Little, who died in 1999, and with whom she shared 58 years of marriage. Born in Mount Hope, W.Va., she was the eldest daughter of the late Charles Blaine and the late Retha (Stansberry) Edmondson. She attended school ...

 
 

Concord: Wine yes, casinos no

Concord Township Council voted last night to amend previously granted conditional use approval so the Wawa on Naamans Creek Road can sell wine. But the council voted to prohibit mini-casinos in the township. The votes were 5-0. Council members also adopted a budget with a slight tax increase for fire protection. Concord granted conditional use approval to Wawa for ...

 

KACS wins award as exemplary nonprofit

The Barra Foundation has announced that Kennett Area Community Service is a recipient of a 2018-2019 Barra Award. KACS joins 43 nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region that will each receive $50,000 in grant funding. Barra awardees are nominated by their peers in the social sector and are then invited to submit an application to the foundation. The ...

 

Loretta T. Camaratta of Glen Mills

Loretta T. Camaratta (nee Taylor), 92, of Glen Mills, formerly of Newtown Square, died Thursday, Nov. 30.  Born in Chester, she was the daughter of the late Bayard C. and Agnes (nee Carberry) Taylor. Loretta was employed as a telephone operator supervisor for SmithKline in Philadelphia.  Loretta was predeceased by her husbands, Rudolph A. Camaratta and Ignatius John ...

 

Erwin Aldinger of Glen Mills

Erwin Aldinger, 76, of Glen Mills, died Friday, Dec. 1. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Lower Moreland, in high school, he met his future wife Barbara. Together they forged close friendships with Lower Moreland classmates, meeting frequently with them, even to today. Erv graduated from Lehigh University, with a degree in business administration, where he made ...

 

Police Log Dec 6: Driving with eyes closed, weapon’s charges

• Janet Holliday-Stephens was charged with excessive speed after an accident on Baltimore Pike at Independence Way in Pennsbury Township on Nov. 15, according to state police. Police said Holliday-Stephens told them she had closed her eyes as she approached the intersection and, while her eyes were closed, she struck another vehicle from behind. Police said she ...