Archive for July 6th, 2022

Bringing painters back to Painter’s Folly

Note: This is the first part of a series that will follow as Painter’s Folly in Chadds Ford is restored, updated, and converted into a space celebrating both the past and future of art in the Brandywine Valley. Each article will explore a different aspect of the location and the renovation process, from its history to its use as artistic inspiration to its new ...

 
 

Debt-free pre-apprenticeship program approved

Update below The Chester County Intermediate Unit was recently approved for the first-ever state-certified pre-apprenticeship program. Build Your Trade will be offered at the CCIU's three Technical College High Schools beginning in September 2022. The program will focus on meeting the demand for workers in the construction trade industry and will as provide students ...

 

Suicide task force holds ‘Carnation Day’

Volunteers distributed hundreds of carnations and thank-you notes to Chester County Hospital employees on June 29 as part of “Carnation Day.” The event was an effort of the Care Team, part of Chester County’s Suicide Prevention Task Force. It’s an outreach project created with the simple idea that even brief interventions and acts of kindness can be effective tools ...

 

Police Log July 6: Public drunkenness, DUI

Pennsylvania State Police Media Barracks Police said they arrested Robert Sinclair, 33, of Newark, on public drunkenness charges. A report said police were called to the Brandywine River Museum of Art a little before 6 p.m. for a verbal domestic dispute between Sinclair and his wife. The report continued, saying Sinclair was yelling and being uncooperative in the ...