Elisabeth R. Chance

Elisabeth R. Chance, 99, was born to Mary and John Reese in Lansford, Pa., on Oct. 21, 1920, and died on July 4, 2020, at Kendall at Longwood. She grew up with her sister Mary in Drexel Hill, graduated from Upper Darby High School, and then went on to Drexel University. Upon graduation, she went to work at United Engineers & Constructors in Philadelphia.  It…

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Arthur “Jr.” L. Thompson Jr. of Oxford

Arthur “Jr.” L. Thompson Jr, 68, of Oxford, died Saturday, July 4, at his residence. Born in West Chester, he was the son of Mary Hess Thompson of Avondale, and the late Arthur L. Thompson Sr. He worked in the warehouse for Christian Salsven Frozen Foods in Malvern, PA for 11 years retiring in 1993. Mr. Thompson enjoyed boxing, football, Harley Davidson motorcycles, and being…

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Round # 2 of Delco Strong Grants available

Delaware County Council unanimously voted to authorize the use of CARES Act funds to further assist Delaware County businesses and non-profit organizations that have suffered loss from business interruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Modeled after the popular Delco Strong grant program offered in May, “Delco Strong 2” will also allow non-profit organizations to apply for a grant. Recognizing the critical need to provide additional…

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Art Live: Art and Fashion

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Art in the Park - Self Portrait by David Ferron

When you head out for a walk in the park on first Saturday of the month, nourish your body and your soul by taking it in Unionville Community Park. Be inspired by unexpected art displayed along the paths. This plein-air gallery walk is the brainchild of David Ferron, the CEO and Creative Director of David Ferron Unionville Saddle, a fashion atelier in town. What began…

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