Pa to lift mitigation except for masks

Mask mandates will be staying in place, but all other COVID mitigation restriction s will be lifted in Pennsylvania on Memorial Day, May 31. Mask mandates will be lifted when 70 percent of the population has been vaccinated. That’s the word out of Harrisburg today. In response to that announcement from the Health Department, state House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff said in a press release:…

Read MorePa to lift mitigation except for masks

Audit shows status of Kennett finanaces

The 2019 audit of Kennett Township painted a clearer picture of the financial mess that supervisors and township staff found themselves in following the early 2019 discovery of suspicious financial transactions and the dismissal and subsequent criminal investigation of the former township manager. It also showed just how far township staff have come in fixing issues that were discovered. Christopher Herr, a CPA with Maillie…

Read MoreAudit shows status of Kennett finanaces

Birmingham sells sewer plant

Birmingham Township supervisors Monday night unanimously approved the sale of the township’s wastewater treatment plant and facilities to the Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority. The board also voted to pay off a sewer loan and an open space loan. Supervisors’ Chairman Scott Boorse said the township has been negotiating the sale for several months. The Bucks County authority approved the deal in its meeting…

Read MoreBirmingham sells sewer plant

Art Live: CCAA re-opening

Read more about the article Art Live: CCAA re-opening
Gregory Blue Studio

Exciting news about Chester County Art Association’s (CCAA) re-opening was announced in March, and now the time is near. CCAA will open its doors just in time for Mother’s Day with an exhibition titled “VIEW” featuring the artists of the Chesco Studio Tour. County Studio Tour (CST) has partnered with CCAA to connect with all the patrons of Chester County before the tour. The opening…

Read MoreArt Live: CCAA re-opening