LCH announces opening of Pia Center in 2023

Back Left to Right: LCH CEO, Ronan Gannon; LCH Medical Director, Joseph A. Greco; Michael Pia; LCH CFO, Phil DeColli Front Left to Right: LCH Executive Assistant, Mariel Whitney; Medical Assistant, Uvel Rodriguez; Nancy Pia; LCH Director of Development, Kate Wickersham; LCH Patient Services Representative, Monica Mata-Lopez; LCH Director of Human Resources, Margarita Garay-Zarco. Thanks to the...

Longwood Gardens acquires former DuPont estate in Delaware

  Granogue Reserve Longwood Gardens and The Conservation Fund have entered into a binding agreement with Granogue Reserve, LTD., LLC (GRLLC) for Longwood to acquire and operate Granogue, the 505-acre estate and long-time residence of the late Mr. and Mrs. Irénée du Pont, Jr. located in New Castle County, Delaware. The agreement is based on a plan that was worked on jointly between Longwood...

What To Do: Winter blues? Wine and chocolate might help

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times  Chaddsford Winery February can be a cruel month. It’s the dead of winter with bare trees, grey weather and cold winds. But there are ways to fight off the depression that mid-winter can cause – especially chocolate and wine. A recent review by Belgium researchers assessed the current research on the complex relationship between chocolate and...

DASD proud to celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is observed annually in February and Downingtown Area School District announced it is proud to join this year’s celebration. Black History Month is the recognition and celebration of the successes and contributions of African-Americans in the United States and abroad. The individual credited for the creation of the month of celebration is Carter G. Woodson. Black History Month...

UHS Book sale, scheduled for Feb. 26

EAST MARLBOROUGH — Unionville High School is hosting the annual Unionville High School PTO Used Book Sale, starting on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 8 am-4pm. The sale continues Sunday, Feb 26 from 8vam-4 pm, with a $10 bag sale from 2-4pm.  Bags will be provided; please do not bring your own.  Tens of thousands of used books are for sale, across 30+ different genres with a large Children’s/Young...

What To Do: Banksy exhibition extended

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times  “Banksy Was Here” was close to being “Banksy Is Gone.” For those who wanted to see the exhibition but were dragging their feet, it was almost a case of “if you snooze, you lose.” “Banksy Was Here” was scheduled to run until January 31 at a location in Fashion District Philadelphia (901 Market Street, Philadelphia, banksyexpo.com/philadelphia/). Fortunately,...

SCCCC recognizes outstanding service at 2023 Annual Meeting Breakfast

. Cheryl B. Kuhn, President & CEO, SCCCC ; 2020 Chairman of the Board, James E. Turner, Chester Water Authority ; 2015 Chairman of the Board Anthony J. Poluch, Jr., UNIVEST; 2018 & 2023 Chairman of the Board, Doug Doerfler, SPHR, WSFS Bank ; 2022 Chairman of the Board, Tim Moore, Constellation Energy ; 2019 Chairman of the Board Erik Gudmundson, Pegasus Technologies, LLC The Southern Chester...

Rafferty elected chair of LCH Board

(l to r) Gawthrop Greenwood litigator John Rafferty is congratulated by LCH Health and Community Services CEO Ronan W. Gannon on Rafferty’s election to Chair of the Board of Directors of LCH Health and Community Services. Gawthrop Greenwood litigator John Rafferty has been elected Chair of LCH Health and Community Services, an organization that offers bilingual healthcare to individuals of all...

Avon Grove E-Sports team wins PA State Rocket League championship

Avon Grove esports team members and their coach (left to right): Liam Breslin, Dan Ciccone, Charles Nattress and Coach Pizzini, accepting first-place honors at the PA Rocket League Championships. The Avon Grove Red Devil’s esports team recently won the 2022 PA State Championship for Rocket League, surpassing more than 140 teams and going undefeated for the entire 2022 season. Avon Grove team...

What To Do: ‘Wonder’ at Longwood, Chinese New Year at Penn Museum

By Denny Dyroff, Entertainment Editor, The Times Longwood Gardens This weekend, Longwood Gardens (Route 1, Kennett Square, 610-388-1000, www.longwoodgardens.org) starts its new year with one of its annual special events – “Winter Wonder.” “Winter Wonder,” which runs from January 21-March 26, celebrates the beauty of winter. It’s all about outdoor spacious, indoor oasis, and the power...