Archive for March 25th, 2020

Using humor to get by

It’s 8:25 a.m. on a Wednesday and the intersection of Routes 1 and 202 is quiet with sparse traffic, less traffic than is typical for even a Sunday morning. Further down Route 1, in the Village of Chadds Ford, Hank’s Place remains closed due to the governor’s order and there are no cars getting gas at Leader’s Sunoco. It’s been a week since Gov. Tom Wolf ordered ...

 
 

 COVID-19 guidance for pet owners

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania recognizes that pets are a significant part of our families and communities; plans should be in place at an individual and community level, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The PA Department of Agriculture has sourced the following guidelines to help pet owners protect both themselves and their pets during the COVID-19 mitigation ...

 

ChesCo extends essential services-only operations

The Chester County Commissioners announced late Tuesday the extension of the county’s essential services-only operation to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19. The extended period runs to Monday morning, April 13. The commissioners’ decision fully supports the “Stay at Home” order issued by Gov. Wolf this week and helps to protect the health and safety ...

 

Police Log March 25: Crashes, thefts

Pennsylvania State Police Media Barracks • A motorcyclist from Havertown was injured in a two-vehicle crash in Chadds Ford on March 14. He was also cited for his involvement in the accident that happened 12:16 p.m. on Route 202 at Marshall Road. Police said Wesley J. McMullen, 63, rode the Harley Davidson Springer he was operating into an Infinity Q40 while moving ...