Archive for May 31st, 2018

Academic Achievement

• Thomas Jackson, of Chadds Ford, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from Lycoming College. • Patrick Bova, a 2014 graduate of Unionville High School, graduated Summa Cum Laude from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. He was the student chosen to receive the Richard J. Koppenaal Award for Distinguished ...

 
 

Pettinaro, Concord to discuss construction plans

Pettinaro Construction Co., Concord Township and PennDOT are scheduled to have a pre-construction meeting Monday, June 4 to discuss some of the details involved with the planned shopping center on Ridge Road at Route 202. Chadds Ford Township engineer Mike Schneider and Township Manager Matt DiFilippo will be attending. The shopping center has been a point of concern ...

 

Around Town May 31

• On Friday, June 1, West Chester University will conduct a test on components of the external Emergency Alert System. During this time, the mass notification system will be audibly tested. Residents in the vicinity of the University are likely to hear the audio alert. As a reminder, this is just a test of the system. In an actual emergency, the University will ...

 

Police Log May 31: ID theft, abuse, DUI

• Police said a 60-year-old Pennsbury man became a victim of identity theft when someone opened a fraudulent bank account in his name earlier in May. No other details were released. • Cameron Richard Farmer, 24, is accused of violating a protection from abuse order, according to a police report. Police said Farmer continuously sent text messages from multiple phone ...