Archive for June 11th, 2018

Jim “Max” Maxwell Beaver of West Grove

Jim "Max" Maxwell Beaver, of West Grove, died Wednesday, June 6, in hospice at Jenner's Pond, Jennersville. Born in Sunbury, he was the son of Marjorie Lorraine (Spitler) Beaver and the late Jim C. Beaver. In addition to his mother, he is survived by one sister, Andrea L. Tidlow and her husband John of Abingdon, Va., and his nephew Graham Tidlow and niece Jillian ...

 
 

A taste of things to come

It’s C-O-M-I-N-G. One of Chester County’s favorite neighborhood parties, Twisted Vintner®, returns bigger and better for the eighth year this Thursday, June 14, starting at 6 p.m. at the Concordville Towne Center. To kick off this year’s event, the Concordville-Chadds Ford Rotary Club sponsors held a members’ homemade wine tasting at Pescatore’s Italian Restaurant ...

 

W. John Hughes of West Grove

W. John Hughes, 72, of West Grove, Sunday, June 10,  at the VA Medical Center, Hospice, Coatesville. He was the husband of Edna Briggs Hughes, who passed away in 1998, and with whom he shared 30 years of marriage. Born in West Grove, he was the son of the late William J. Hughes and the late F. Miriam Pierce Hughes. Mr. Hughes was a heavy equipment operator for Page ...

 

Letter: Petition to save Stoneleigh

When we began our fight to Save Stoneleigh, we said that we would pursue every option to protect the soaring trees, the grand Olmsted landscapes, and the serenity and magic that is Stoneleigh. We asked you to help and you responded with remarkable force. The Save Stoneleigh petition has 27,000 signatures, the School District’s inbox has been flooded with hundreds of ...

 

Avoiding food prep injuries

Even chefs with world-class knife skills sometimes slice and dice a finger instead of the vegetable they meant to chop. If you’re a home cook, amateur baker, or backyard barbecue connoisseur, the dangers lurking around the kitchen are just as real for you. Cook a delicious meal without the trip to the emergency room. “Lacerations from knives make up the majority of ...