Kennett Copy & More and KACS stand strong

Nancy Tapia, Leah Reynolds, Julissa Gama, Rhonda Thorpe, Lori Amway. When you walk into Kennett Copy & More in Kennett Square, there is a good chance you are there to pick up office or art supplies, a copy or print job, or possibly even participate in one of the art classes they offer. Whatever brings you into the store owned and operated by Rhonda Thorpe and Lori Amway, you will be greeted...

Village Optical to open new location at Bradford Plaza

Village Optical will open a new location at Bradford Plaza in West Chester, announced Levin Management Corporation (LMC). The store at Bradford Plaza marks the fifth Pennsylvania location for this family-owned and operated vision care services provider. The 161,000-square-foot, grocery-anchored shopping center – located at 700 Downingtown Pike – is exclusively leased and managed...

MacElree Harvey to merge with Delaware law firm

Celebrating the merger of MacElree Harvey with Crossland, Heinle & Bryde: Back row left to right – Patrick J. Boyer, Daniel T. Crossland, Courtney D. Heinle, Sean M. Quinn, Marie I. Crossley, Tanya MurrayFront row left to right – Danielle Sawyer, Carolina R. Heinle, Tiffany M. Shrenk, Renae Pagano, Cara E. Williams MacElree Harvey, one of Pennsylvania and Delaware’s leading law...

Paradigm Financial Group, Elite Collegiate Planning move to bigger facility in Exton

EXTON — Due to remarkable growth, Paradigm Financial Group and Elite Collegiate Planning are excited to announce their move to a new, stand-alone office at 120 Arrandale Boulevard, in Exton. This spacious complex will be the new headquarters for both companies. “With the support of the community and those who’ve invested in our company we’re excited to be moving to this larger operation...

Unruh Turner Burke & Frees aids open space preservation effort

Bill Burke WEST CHESTER — Unruh Turner Burke & Frees, one of Chester County Pa.’s largest law firms, announced Tuesday that it represented and assisted Brandywine Conservancy in acquiring and preserving over 577 acres of land in Lower Oxford and West Nottingham Townships.  William Burke represented Brandywine which, with invaluable support from the Oxford Area Foundation and grant funding...

Coffey tapped as new GM at Downingtown Country Club

Jim Coffey DOWNINGTOWN — Downingtown Country Club, a Ron Jaworski Golf property, has named golf industry management professional Jim Coffey as its new General Manager. Coffey is a 20-year veteran of the golf industry, most recently having served as GM of Whitemarsh Valley Country Club, a private, member owned club in Lafayette Hill, PA. Prior to that, Coffey had been the Clubhouse Manager at...

Coffey tapped as new GM at Downingtown Country Club

Jim Coffey DOWNINGTOWN — Downingtown Country Club, a Ron Jaworski Golf property, has named golf industry management professional Jim Coffey as its new General Manager. Coffey is a 20-year veteran of the golf industry, most recently having served as GM of Whitemarsh Valley Country Club, a private, member owned club in Lafayette Hill, PA. Prior to that, Coffey had been the Clubhouse Manager at...

Joy joins Unruh Turner Burke & Frees

Margaret A. Joy WEST CHESTER — Unruh Turner Burke & Frees (UTBF) is pleased to announce that Margaret A. Joy has joined the firm as a partner in the firm’s business and real estate transactions practice group. Meg has over two decades of experience representing sophisticated investment advisors, asset managers, and real estate developers with respect to office, retail, residential and hotel...

Gawthrop Greenwood names youngest ever management committee chair

  Patrick McKenna Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, a full-service regional law firm with offices in West Chester, PA and Greater Wilmington, DE, is announcing that attorney and shareholder Patrick M. McKenna has been elected chair of the firm’s management committee. At 45 years old, McKenna is the youngest chair of the management committee in the firm’s 117-year history. Before heading the firm’s...

Coatesville Savings changes name to Prosper to better reflect wider community service

Chester County community leaders joined Prosper Bank to celebrate the bank’s name change from Coatesville Savings Bank to Prosper Bank. The transition reflects the bank’s growth and expanded footprint to serve a wider community throughout Chester, Lancaster, Lebanon, Dauphin and Cumberland counties. Attending the official ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday in Coatesville were:Front row (l to r)...