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Photo of the Week: Saturday Mist

A steady mist falls onto the swamp along Route 1 in Chadds Ford Township Saturday.


Photo of the Week: Grazing in Sunshine

It may have been chilly Sunday morning, but horses still enjoy their morning graze under blue skies.


CFES art show draws crowd

The 74th Chadds Ford Elementary School Art Show and Sale got off to a strong start with people lined up outside waiting for the doors to open. Once inside, they got to see the art of 67 artists, including 10 who had never shown at the event before. Among the newbies was Matt King who came the farthest to participate. King, originally from Oxford, Pa., has been living ...


Parking on Constitution still an issue

There’s still no resolution to the parking issue on Constitution Drive in Chadds Ford Knoll in Pennsbury Township, but Supervisors’ Chairman Aaron McIntyre said he expects one next month. Parking restrictions on the street went into effect in January because of safety and traffic flow issues caused by on-street parking. McIntyre said during the February meeting that ...


Gambling site on dreams

A gambling website,, has been doing some research into dreams and found that dreaming about speaking a foreign language has increased in Pennsylvania. A press release said there was a 53 percent increase in such dreams from 2021 to 2022. There was also an increase in dreams about being trapped in an old house, seeing spiders, flying, and aliens ...


Brush fire easily extinguished

Firefighters from Concord Fire Co. made short work of putting out a brush fire on Route 1 in Chadds Ford Township Wednesday afternoon. According to Rob King of Chadds Ford Tree Service, the fire apparently started when some bamboo on his northern property line hit an electrical line and sparked. There were no injuries.


Photo of the Week: Behind Bars

The miniature horse said he was railroaded and unjustly convicted.


Concordville Inn to be demolished

Concord Township Council last week issued a certificate of appropriateness for the demolition of the Concordville Inn. The property is being sold and the intent is for a new structure for Encompass Health to be used as a medical facility. That new facility would be two stories and be used as a 50-bed, in-patient rehabilitation center. A total of seven conditions are ...


Stroud to celebrate World Water Day

Stroud Water Research Center and several municipalities, including Birmingham Township, will celebrate World Water Day on March 22. Birmingham Township supervisors announced participation during the board’s March 6 meeting. This is a free community event, held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. but people are asked to register so Stroud knows how many people to expect. People can ...


Photo of the Week: Plump

A goose shows off its svelte figure standing next to a fat rock.


Henderson seeks support for housing, loop road

The Henderson Group is continuing its effort to gain support from the community for an age-restricted community so it can complete the loop road project around Routes 1 and 202. To that end, Brian Coyle, the president, and CEO of Henderson held an informational meeting in the Chadds Ford Business Campus Friday to explain options and goals. About two-dozen area ...