January Art Roundup

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Unabashed, Theresa Groff at the Chester County Art Association

Ring in 2023 by celebrating art in all its forms! Galleries are gearing up for fantastic exhibitions all year long. We can’t wait to see what this year brings for art in the Brandywine Valley! Cool off at the Oxford Arts Alliance at the Opening Reception for Floating Blue from artist Thomas Pickarski on Friday, January 6th from 5 to 8 pm. The evening will…

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Traffic cameras in CF?

Chadds Ford Township supervisors are trying to decide whether to partner with Concord Township for a license plate reading camera system at the intersections of Routes 1 and 202. A least, that was their understanding as of a Jan. 3 request. Shawn Petty of Platelogiq gave a brief presentation to the board during Tuesday night’s reorganization and regular monthly meeting. It was the same type…

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Kennett Twp. sets priorities

Strategic regionalization and a review of township committees are two of the priorities of the new chairman of the Kennett Township Board of Supervisors. Geoffrey Gamble became the chairman at the annual reorganization meeting Tuesday, and Richard Leff the vice chairman in 2023. Supervisor Scudder Stevens was absent due to a recent surgery. In a statement he read at the meeting, held at the Red…

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Police Log Jan. 4: Explicit photos, thefts

Pennsylvania State Police UPDATE: State police from the Media barracks have that a suspected rape at Maris Grove, reported on Dec. 28, was unfounded. End of UPDATE. Avondale Barracks • Police are calling it theft by deception but a 63-year-old man from West Marlborough Township is out $3,100 after he sent the money to someone to whom he also sent explicit photos of himself. The…

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