Boys HS golf: Kennett beats Unionville

The Unionville boys varsity golf team played Kennett today.  The match result was: Unionville 206      Kennett 194 Unionville’s record for the year finishes at 8 – 2 in the CM-American league. UHS Win Thomas 43 Alex Moore 45 Rex Opdahl 41 Johan Tuerff 43 Grady Benfer 43 Jack Coleman 39 Stephen Starnes 42 Ryan Megill 41 Kennett Kasin Narinesingh-Smith 36 Griffin Gaughn 42 Ben Gehrt...

Boys HS Golf: Unionville edges Kennett

The Unionville boys varsity golf team played Kennett Friday.  The match result was: Unionville 186 Kennett 188 Win Thomas led the way for the Longhorns with a score of 34 and Danny Donnelly chipped in with a 35.  Medalist of the day was Kennett’s Kasim Narinesingh-Smith with his best round of the year, a two under par score of 33. Unionville’s record goes to 7-1 in the CM-American league. Unionville’s...

Mixed Media: Focus on arts for Kennett students

By Caroline Roosevelt, Columnist, The Times This month, Kennett hosts a few events focused around our local K-12 student artists. First, Kudos to a new program put together by Chester County Art Association  and Mary D. Lang Elementary Center (part of the Kennett Consolidated School District) to provide free art activities for children in families who are learning English as a second language.

Unionville holds off Kennett 10-7 in nail-biter

Kennett’s Sam Forte fires the ball over Unionville’s Declan Boyle, Friday night. By Al Tustin, Sports Editor, The Times EAST MARLBOROUGH — Since 2005, when Kennett High School revived its football team, the annual matchup with arch rival Unionville has been a one-sided affair, with the Indians winning every game. But while that streak did not end Friday night, the Blue Demons served...

What To Do: Mushrooms and more to kick off fall events

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times The Mushroom Festival After three decades, anniversaries begin to take on a special significance. This weekend marks the 33rd anniversary of the annual Mushroom Festival in downtown Kennett Square (http://mushroomfestival.org). The Mushroom Festival supports the old southern Chester County axiom “There’s a fungus among us.”

What To Do: A mysterious First Friday in Kennett

By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times Friday is August 3 and that means it is August’s first Friday. The first Friday of the month is a good time to spend an evening in Kennett Square, West Chester or Lancaster – a time to enjoy special First Friday activities. Kennett Square will celebrate First Friday with its Art Stroll (downtown Kennett Square, http://historickennettsquare.com) from...

Mushroom Farmers award scholarships to area students

Community Awareness Committee Member Keith Silfee, Joseph Davidson, Natalie Savaiko and David Alonzo. Fourteen college-bound high school seniors from four area high schools were awarded scholarships from the Mushroom Farmers of Pennsylvania’s Community Awareness Committee (CAC), the group announced today. Thirteen received the Sara Manning Scholarship ($1,000) and one received the Rob Ferranto...

PennDOT shuts Rt. 82 Bridge in Kennett due to ‘serious deterioration’

The area in Kennett Township impacted by the bridge closure. Image Courtesy PennDOT. The bridge carrying Route 82 (Creek Road) over East Branch of Red Clay Creek in Kennett Township, is closed indefinitely due to serious deterioration of the beams, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today. Route 82 (Creek Road) will be closed near the intersection of Old Kennett Road...

Iacocca hopes to keep serving community as District Justice

By Mike McGann, Editor, The Times Al Iacocca If you know Unionville or Kennett well, you’ve probably bumped into Al Iacocca. Maybe more than once. The local attorney and fixture with various local civil groups is hoping to continue his service to the community as its next District Justice, which he sees as a logical extension of his current work with kids and the community throughout the Unionville...

Unionville holds off Kennett, 50-36, in wild one

Unionville’s Connor Schilling led a potent Indian run attack as they held off a tough Kennett team, Friday night. By Al Tustin, Staff Writer, The Times KENNETT SQUARE – In the aftermath of a wild, high scoring contest between neighboring rivals, both Unionville and Kennett find themselves with more questions than answers after the Indians’ 50-36, Friday night, in Ches Mont American action. For...