Archive for March 27th, 2020

Concord extends shut down to April 13

Concord Township has extended its office closures to visitors through April 10. A press release said the staff is prepared to return to their offices on April 13 but, until then, all non-essential township business will be handled while employees work remotely from home. Essential functions, such as sewer plant operations, will continue as normal.  Residents are ...

 
 

Arts trust extends prize deadline

The Decorative Arts Trust announced the extension of the nomination deadline for the Prize for Excellence and Innovation from March 31, 2020, to June 30. “We are sensitive to the demands on our friends in the field as they tackle essential efforts and address changes to institutional priorities,” explains Trust Executive Director Matthew A. Thurlow. “In this ...

 

Neumann offers online networking site

The Center for Leadership at Neumann University has launched a new Facebook group as a central location for small businesses and non-profits who offer essential services — such as restaurants, food providers, retail shops, etc — that are currently offering pick-up or delivery services. Our goal is to connect individuals with those businesses who remain open for ...

 

DelCo chamber launches restaurant guide

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the significant economic impact it is having on our regional economy, the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce has launched the “Delaware County Guide to Local Carry-Out Establishments” on their website. Developed as a resource for the public to utilize and as a vital marketing tool for these service industry businesses whose ...

 

Academic Achievement March 27

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines, initiated two Chadds Ford residents into the society. They are Zachary Hurst, who is studying at Widener University, and Ann Leon, who is studying at Pennsylvania State University. They are among approximately 30,000 students, faculty, ...