Capt. Chris Good fought blazes on the job – and as volunteer
The late Capt. Christopher M. “Goody” Good of Good Will Fire Company, who also worked as a career firefighter for ArcelorMittal in Coatesville, was the honoree at the annual Chester County Heroes Breakfast on Wednesday.
Sponsored by the American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania, the event [...]
Police said he routinely exposed himself to females near University of Delaware
For nearly two years, an Avondale man who made a habit of exposing himself to women ranging in age from 16 to 59 near the University of Delaware campus managed to elude authorities, according to Newark, De. police.
On Saturday, police from Newark and the [...]
Eight alleged to have been dealing deadly drug in southern Chester County
By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times
Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan announced Monday a series of 10 arrests this month of alleged heroin dealers, as the result of three separate investigations a year or more in the works by state, county and local law [...]
D.A. wishes every high school would present similar program
By Kathleen Brady, Managing Editor, The Times
The two blood-splattered Bayard Rustin High student drivers managed to crawl from the wreckage of their two-car crash behind the school, but several passengers were trapped; later, two of the teens would leave in body bags and another in handcuffs.
Fortunately, the carnage [...]
Art show, plant sale, fitness activities among Saturday’s offerings
Kennett Square welcomes the return of Art on the Square on Saturday, with a juried outdoor display that brings art, vintage pieces, and fine crafts along the sidewalks of downtown Kennett Square from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Also on Saturday, April 27th is the Kennett Beautification Committee will [...]
Dove video demonstrates difference between how we see ourselves and how others do
By Kelly Hockenberry, Columnist, The Times
This video stopped me in my tracks.
I am ashamed to admit that I am guilty of having a very self-critical attitude about my looks.
I would like to blame the society that we live in, but that’s a cop [...]
Erin S. Dallago will serve as vice president of development
La Comunidad Hispana (LCH) in Kennett Square announced Thursday that it has a new vice president of development, Erin S. Dallago.
“LCH is a growing and expanding organization, and we’re going to need Erin’s expertise,” said Margarita Queralt Mirkil, president and chief executive officer of LCH. “Erin [...]
Educational concerns sometimes aren’t the only factors to weigh
By Bronwyn X. Martin, Columnist, The Times
It’s the time of year when high school seniors across the country are making their final decisions about where they will attend college. Selecting the right college has always been a complex process, but in challenging economic times, the decision can [...]
Traveling meetings an effort to accommodate attendees in variety of locales
If your work schedule has hampered your insight into the inner workings of county government by precluding your attendance at late-morning meetings, the Chester County commissioners are offering a solution: night meetings at a variety of venues.
On Thursday, the commissioners will convene at the Herr’s [...]
Amerikids to perform free concert on Saturday
If you’re in the mood for a burst of youthful patriotism, the Amerikids will likely offer a welcome opportunity.
The patriotic show choir is performing its 27thCelebration Concert on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Stetson Middle School. Under the direction of Nicole O’Rourke, a former music teacher in the West [...]