Archive for March 9th, 2021

Back to class in UCF

It's not full-time yet, but the Unionville-Chadds Ford School Board voted Monday night to approve a new health and safety plan that gets more kids back into real classrooms. While virtual instruction will continue for those who want it, the new policy opens the doors for full five-day per week classes for all students beginning March 15. "The circumstances around us ...

 
 

PSP looking for endangered person

UPDATE: Police report she has been located. END UPDATE Pennsylvania State Police from the Media barracks is searching for Clarence Lucy “Bonnie” Macaleer. Macaleer is operating a 2017 silver Hyundai Tucson, bearing Pennsylvania registration DAZ-1957. Macaleer was last seen in the area of Gradyville Road, Edgmont Township on March 8, at 6 p.m. Macaleer may be ...

 

Art Live: Focus on women

A visit to Somerville Manning Gallery (SMG) in Greenville, DE, in its idyllic setting along Brandywine Creek, can be soothing for the soul. Gallery Director Rebecca Moore loves working in such a richly historic setting, “I look out my office windows and see nature every day. Sometimes we get jaded having so much history in this area. The Henry Clay village is filled ...

 

Photo of the Week: 38

Some people can’t wait. The air temperature at Ridley Creek State Park was 38 degrees.

 

Kennett withholds escrow release

What exactly is a “best effort,” and have the developers of The Flats at Kennett done that with regards to a township request to create a trail from the new apartment complex to Anson Nixon Park? That was the question that Kennett Township supervisors discussed at their March 3 meeting when trying to decide whether to approve a request for a $1.2 million escrow ...