Nearly 800 volunteer to clean up Red Creek Valley area

Nearly 800 local volunteers gathered for a clean up along the Red Clay Creek, March 30. Early on Saturday morning, March 30, almost 800 volunteers assembled to help with the Annual Red Clay Valley Clean Up. At 8 AM volunteers lined up at the Ashland Nature Center in Delaware, Kennett Square’s Anson B. Nixon Park and the Kennett YMCA Outdoor Pool to receive clean up supplies, route assignments and...

Scenic byways proposed in New Garden

Red Clay Valley Association asks New Garden for consideration of scenic designation for area roads By P.J. D’Annunzio, Staff Writer, UnionvilleTimes.com The proposed Red Clay Scenic Byway includes roadways in Delaware and in the Kennett and Unionville areas. NEW GARDEN — Red Clay Valley Association (RCVA) Executive Director James Jordan approached the New Garden Township Board of Supervisors Monday...

Pocopson joins BVA effort to manage watershed sediment

Plan calls for towns to work together to meet complicated EPA mandates By Mike McGann, Editor, UnionvilleTimes.com The watershed in the Unionville area is a complex maze of creeks and streams feeding the local acquifer, as well as for communities to the south. POCOPSON — Unlike Las Vegas, what happens in Honey Brook apparently doesn’t stay in Honey Brook — at least when it comes to storm water...