8 hrs ago
Public urination ignites Chesco pol feud
A festering political feud in Chester County was stoked anew this week with the most unlikely fuel - a ticket for public urination.
15 hrs ago
What To Do: New Garden Festival of Flight takes to local skies
Kennett Square's legendary Matt Chapman is just one of the many stars of this weekend's New Garden Festival of Flight.
21 hrs ago
The Sanatoga Post
Tri-County Police Benefit From Military Surplus Offer
An unspecified number of law enforcement agencies in Montgomery County, which benefited from a federal program that distributes military surplus hardware free to state and local governments, have at least 12 assault rifles, one mine-resistant vehicle, and one other armored vehicle in their equipment arsenals, The New York Times has reported.
Fate of fine wine in Arthur Goldman's case is uncertain
Police want to destroy the 2,426 bottles they seized in January from Arthur Goldman's Malvern home, the typical fate for bootleg booze.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Jay Ansill and Christopher Colucci to Perform at People's Light, 8/28
People's Light & Theatre presents a free one-night only classical concert on Thursday, August 28 at 7:30 pm on the Steinbright Stage.
Esherick Museum is a woodworking mecca
Esherick designed his house to fit in with the barns of Chester County. He developed a method of coloring and spraying concrete in order to give the silo a tie-dyed look.
PennDOT to Set Beams on New U.S. 11/15 Bridge in West Fairview Aug. 27-28
PennDOT District 8 today announced that Aug. 27-28, weather permitting, construction crews will erect two 500-ton cranes and restrict traffic on U.S. 11/15 in order to set seven bridge beams on the new structure over the Norfolk Southern tracks in the Village of West Fairview in East Pennsboro Township, Cumberland County.This work is part of an ... (more)
Chesco arts programs receive grants
WEST CHESTER The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts will give 12 arts organizations and programs in Chester County $84,516 in grants to help with costs, State Sen. Andy Dinniman announced Tuesday.
Potters ready to use rebuilt Chesco kiln
These emotions run through Heidi Brett each time she puts her clay art pieces into a wood kiln.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Denton Hollow residents get update on traffic
What has the township done on Denton Hollow Road recently? That was the questiona and residents living along the roadway who packed Monday night's Board of Supervisors' meeting wanted to hear answers.
High-end Chester County farms growing food for poor
At the farm at Camphill Village Kimberton Hills in Chester County, the stalks on the chard are a startling fire-truck red.
Smaller suburbs like Honey Brook work to revitalize
Honey Brook Borough has been busy installing decorative sidewalks and curbs, period-style lighting fixtures, and plants in its downtown for more than a year.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Merger will make Genesis publicly traded once more
Genesis HealthCare Corp.'s proposed merger with Skilled Healthcare Group Inc., if completed as expected early next year, will mark the Kennett Square firm's return to the ranks of publicly traded companies after a seven-year absence.
District Court Allows ERISA Section 510 Retaliation Claim to Proceed
A federal district court in Pennsylvania concluded that Irene Najmola, a former employee of Chester County Hospital, sufficiently pled a retaliation claim under ERISA section 510 by alleging that her employment was terminated shortly after returning from short-term disability leave.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Letter: Thanks for support of Freedom Fest
This year's Freedom Fest was one of the most exciting and successful ever, thanks to the many individuals and agencies that contributed to both planning and running the event at Nottingham County Park.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Repaving Project on Rt. 202 Set to Begin
The closures are part of a $4.4 million project to improve the pavement on Route 202 and Route 422 where the two expressways connect.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Pa. governor hopefuls target tax talk at middle class
Pennsylvania's middle class is getting a lot of attention from the gubernatorial candidates, especially on the subject of taxes, but the TV campaign messages are typically vague and sometimes just plain wrong.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
#IceBucketChallenge: Bucks challenges Philly tourism leaders
Mark Zuckerberg pours ice water on his head as part of the Ice Bucket Challenge, to raise cash and awareness for ALS.
Suspect sought after bank robbery in Kennett Sq.
Authorities are seeking a man thought to have robbed a borough bank Friday morning, escaping on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.
Local Artist To Create Icon Of The Holy Family For World Meeting Of Families
Preparations are underway for an "expected" visit from Pope Francis, during the World Meeting of Families next year.