Archive for October 18th, 2018

More room at Pumpkin Carve

  Visitors to this year’s fall classic in Chadds Ford, The Great Pumpkin Carve at the Chadds Ford Historical Society, have more room to walk around without constantly bumping into other people. The society rearranged the layout this year, moving the carving area from directly behind the Barn Visitors’ Center to the larger space that was previously used only ...

 
 

Mixed Media: This week

This week's column starts on a somber note. Fred Carspecken, co-founder and owner of Carspecken-Scott Gallery in Wilmington, passed suddenly in his home last week after struggling with an illness over the last few years. Carspecken held a reputation as a successful art dealer - expanding on his early talents and marketing art to the professional community in ...

 

Sandra M. Hamilton Urban, formerly of Chadd Ford

The family and friends of Sandy Urban, nee Hamilton, regretfully and sadly announce her passing on Monday, Oct. 15 at the age of 56. She was born March 19, 1962, to James & Geraldine Hamilton (Remington), both predeceased. Sandy was raised in Prospect Park and Chadds Ford. She graduated from Interboro High School 1980, previously worked for the Franklin Mint and ...

 

Tow-away planned for Pennsbury

Motorists visiting friends in Pennsbury Township are advised to take care where they park their vehicles. An updated parking ordinance will now authorize vehicles to be towed if parked illegally. Township supervisors passed the update during their Oct. 17 meeting. The newly amended parking code is aimed at drivers who park on streets where such parking is already ...

 

Around Town Oct. 18

• Unionville High School is hosting a marching band competition, “March on the Brandywine,” this Saturday, Oct. 20 from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students and seniors, free for ages 5 and under. Food, including our famous hand-cut, fresh – never frozen – band fries will be available for purchase, along with programs and music-related items. • ...