Archive for March 2nd, 2021

Gail Chase of West Grove

Gail Chase, 59, of West Grove, died at her home as she wished, on Thursday, Feb. 18. Born in Jennersville, Gail was the daughter of late Lovell T. Chase and Edna Kirk Chase. She was the beloved mother of Brian Shepard; sister of Linda C. Brown, Thomas K. Chase, Michael K. Chase. and (Elizabeth) Faye White.  Gail is also survived by her mother Edna Kirk Chase. A ...

 
 

Lost Internet interrupts supervisors’ meeting

In a meeting interrupted by a wind-blown loss of Internet connection at the municipal building, Birmingham Township supervisors approved one request and tabled several other items. During the March 1 session conducted via Zoom, the board did hear and approve a request for a new sign at Birmingham Friends Meeting. The HARB had recommended granting the certificate ...

 

Kennett to talk about greenway

More than 800 people responded to a survey about the future of the Kennett Greenway, the results of which will be discussed at Wednesday’s meeting of the Kennett Township supervisors. “There’s a groundswell of enthusiasm from the community,” Kennett Township Manager Eden Ratliff said in a recent interview. “We’re excited by the significant response by the community.” ...

 

Art Live: Focus on fiber

Jenkintown artist, Teresa Shields has always pushed boundaries with her fiber works, but the pandemic helped nudge her into an exciting new direction. Fans of her fine, detailed embroidered fruits and vegetables, as seen recently at The Art Trust, may see her new work as a departure but it really fits nicely into Shields oeuvre. Her solo exhibition “Appendages” at ...

 

Photo of the Week: A Chilling Dip

Some swimmers like cold water.