Archive for October 11th, 2018

Mixed Media: Pumpkins and Pop Up

Fall is such a nostalgic, family oriented month, and my childhood memories are filled with the weekends my parents would take us to the pumpkin patch to pick out pumpkins to carve. Funny enough, I didn’t care for the actual carving, but I lovingly selected my pumpkin, and waited impatiently for the toasted seeds we’d eat while carving. If you’re a fall fan, like so ...

 
 

Barrar still eyes school funding change

How Pennsylvania funds public schools has been a problem that state Rep. Stephen Barrar is still looking to fix. He also still wants to see liquor stores privatized and wants changes in how fire and ambulance companies are funded. Barrar is the Republican representative for the 160th Legislative District. He has served 11 two-year terms and is seeking a 12th. He has ...

 

Possible new look for Chadds Ford Village

It’s only a sketch plan at this point and could take several years before it becomes a reality, if ever. But the face of Chadds Ford Village could become a lot different if it goes through. Attorney Michael Hochman, representing Pleasant Valley LLC, introduced the plan to the Chadds Ford Planning Commission during its Oct. 10 meeting. No action was taken since it’s ...

 

Around Town Oct. 11

• The Chadds Ford Civic Association will be hosting a Fall Roadside Clean Up at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. The group will meet at the township building, 10 Ring Road, and start with donuts and coffee. Trash bags and gloves will be provided. The rain date for the event will be Saturday, Oct. 20. • Concord Township Council is hosting its Recycling Day this Saturday, ...