Archive for May 14th, 2020

Op/Ed: ChesCo staying closed

Before I became a Chester County commissioner, I was a small business owner.  My businesses ranged from retail to trucking, truck service to cosmetics, the import and export of mobile kiosks, to developing real estate.  I am very passionate about economic development, about the important contributions that small businesses make to our economy, and am privileged to ...

 
 

Robert “Buddy” Sturdivant of West Grove

Robert “Buddy” Sturdivant, 81, of West Grove, died Tuesday, May 13, at Twin Pines Health Care Center. Born in Pulaski, Va., he was the son of the late Robert Sturdivant and the late Maggie Miller Sturdivant. Buddy worked for many years as a janitor at the Pulaski Hospital, Pulaski. He was a member of the Full Gospel Apostolic Church of Kennett Square. Buddy enjoyed ...

 

John Jacob (Jake) Kessler Jr. of Milton, Del.

John Jacob (Jake) Kessler Jr., 85, of Milton, Del., died Sunday, May 10, in Milford. Born in Pottstown on April 26, 1935, he was the son of the late Pearl (Scheffey) and John J. Kessler Sr. He was a graduate of The Hill School and Bucknell University and was employed for 18 years at Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Company (now Wells Fargo Bank) and for 20 years at ...

 

Around Town May 14

• Chester County Government announced the extension of the county’s essential services-only operation to help slow the spread of coronavirus. The extended period runs to Thursday, June 4. • PennDOT announced that it would use existing photos on file for customers who renew their driver's license and identification card. "Using a customer's existing photo will help ...