Chadds Ford BOS address storm damage, appoint new fire marshall & honor community leader

By Kris Firey-Poling, Correspondent, The Times   CHADDS FORD – At Wednesday’s meeting of the Chadds Ford Towsnhip Board of Supervisors meeting, storm damage, emergency services and honoring a community leader topped the agenda.    Send article as PDF   

Chadds Ford honors Klaver for service

Webb Road development OK’d, but property must be checked for historical artifacts By Kris Firey-Poling, Correspondent, The Times Chadds Ford honored long-time township volunteer and former supervisor Keith Klaver Wednesday night, during the Board of Supervisors meeting. From left are Frank Murphy, Samantha Reiner, Keith Klaver, Steve Barrar, Ed Miles, Colleen Morrone and George Thorpe. CHADDS...

What To Do: Patriot’s Day in Chadds Ford

And….Santa comes to Kennett, rides helicopters and trains to kick off holiday season By Denny Dyroff, Staff Writer, The Times The annual “Patriot’s Day” celebration will be held Saturdayat the Brandywine Battlefield in Chads Ford. On November 29, it will be time to celebrate “Patriot’s Day” which is not to be confused with “Patriot Day” or “Patriots’ Day” or a day to...

Battlefield Night at P.J. Whelihan’s, Oct. 23

CHADDS FORD — The Board of Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates is inviting folks to night of food and fun at P.J. Whelihan’s Pub and Restaurant,in the Dilworthtown Crossing Shopping center on US-202 on Thursday Oct. 23, 2014 from 5-9 p.m. in an event to benefit historic Brandywine Battlefield Park. As local historic sites around the country are feeling the effects of budget cuts, it is...

Brandywine Battlefield Task Force talks more regional approach

Bike paths, hiking trails and linking sites from Kennett to Chadds Ford seen in plans By P.J. D’Annunzio, Staff Writer, UnionvilleTimes.com Local proponents of the Brandywine Battlefield area showed off plans for regional preservation and bike and trail links connecting areas of the battlefield area. On this map, presented Thursday night, potential bike paths connecting the areas are shown in...

Historic scavenger hunts for kids start June 3

CHADDS FORD — The Kennett Square and Chadds Ford region has been blessed with a rich heritage- from the Battle of the Brandywine on September 11th, 1777 to the local “village historian” Chris Sanderson and the Wyeth family of artists who’ve depicted both the history and beauty of the region in their paintings over the last 100 years. This heritage is on display at several local venues,...

Brandywine Battlefield Task Force seeks more local engagement

Reorganization meeting reaches out to 15 local towns that saw armies in action in 1777 battle By Mike McGann, Editor, UnionvilleTimes.com "Nation Makers" by Howard Pyle, the legendary local artist, part of the collection at the Brandywine River Museum. This is Pyle's imagined vision of Gen. George Washington leading troops in battle — some say at Brandywine, although in reality,...