Letter: Should taxpayers fund Williams’ ambitions?

The Pennsylvania legislature’s motivation to remove Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner over policy and dissatisfaction with his election has been circling the drain. Undeterred by the lack of appetite from colleagues, and with no hope of actually removing Krasner from office, GOP House impeachment manager Rep. Craig Williams is seeking an appeal of January's Commonwealth Court ruling that found the legislature’s effort to impeach Krasner…

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March Arts

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Panda, Connie Wagner, Howard Pyle Studio

Anyone else seeing some flowers getting an early start on brightening up the Brandywine Valley? Where are those six more weeks of winter, Phil? While we wait to see what the season holds, there are plenty of events, exhibitions, and art to tide us over. Get out there this month and see what you can find! Artists show off their skill, artistry, and resourcefulness with…

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Chadds Ford in Brief

Chadds Ford Township supervisors Wednesday announced that North American Land Trust is looking for volunteers to plant trees at the Brinton Run Preserve on May 6. The planting is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with s rain date set for May 13. If interested, send an email to brintonrunpreserve@nalt.org. A HARB meeting previously scheduled to hear the Brandywine Conservancy’s application to demolish four…

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Around Town March 2

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Rhythm Of The Dance takes the stage at West Chester University on Tuesday, March 14.

• The worldwide Irish Music and Dance spectacular, Rhythm Of The Dance will take the stage at West Chester University on Tuesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. Tickets are now on sale to the public here or at 610-436-2266. The event takes place in the Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall, Philips Memorial Building, 700 S. High Street, West Chester. • The Chadds Ford Historical Society’s…

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