Sunday Sep 14
Movies: Grimmer, stranger, true-life offerings for fall
What do striking miners in Margaret Thatcher-era Britain, persecuted journalists in Iran and Nicaragua, a brilliant code-breaker exposed as a homosexual, a brilliant physicist debilitated by Lou Gehrig's disease, a Newtown Square multimillionaire turned killer, a British romantic landscape artist in his sunset years, a reformed addict on a 1,100-mile trek, an Olympic-track-star prisoner of war, and a pair of 1950s kitschmongers with a penchant for saucer-eyed waifs have in common? They're all coming to theaters this fall: true-life tales of prejudice, cruelty, creativity, murder, marital disharmony, and survival against the odds.
Brandywine Health Foundation adds new board members
The Brandywine Health Foundation announced the addition of two new members - Dr. Linda Thompson Adams of Newtown Square and Fred C.Travaglini of Exton - to its volunteer Board of Directors, Wednesday. Since its inception in May 2001, the Coatesville-based public foundation has distributed more than $13 million in grants to non-profits improving health in the greater Coatesville area.
DCCC Promotes Faculty Members, Counselor
Pictured from left to right in the front row are: Carol Hanna ; Michael Marziano ; Joseph Nocella ; Louis Casciato Jr. ; Thomas Anderson ; Ernest Riesenfeld ; James Duttera ; James McWilliams ; and George Marencin . Pictured from left to right in the back row are: Stacy Everly ; Ruth Morganto ; Vittoria Baker ; Sandra Wu ; Karen Gibson ; Beatrice Agar ; Valerie Denny ; Marilynn Harper ; and Deborah Metz .
Parade Sunday To Honor Broomall-Newtown Babe Ruth Champs
We want to say congratulations this morning to Broomall-Newtown Baseball, which won the Babe Ruth World Series on Thursday night in the 15-year-old age group.
Last Chance to Shop Newtown Book Sale
The sale normally runs Tuesday through Saturday, but was changed this year to Monday through Friday, the Friends of the Library said.
The Citizens' Voice
Misericordia holds Speech-Language Pathology Career Exploration Camp
Alyson Barlok, Hannah Pellegrino, Katherine Horn, Katrina Gereda, Christina Aurilla, Kelly Brogan, Jamie Atherton, Bridget Connelly, Alexandra Fischer middle row: Annette Ritzko, Taylor Hirneisen, Leah Persing, Kathryn Corso, Megan Harding, Elizabeth Heinmiller, Lauren Ranier, Erica Howard, Katelyn McGuire last row: Natale Dock, Kiersten Davis, ... (more)
Gretchen S. Vare, 60, admissions director
Gretchen S. Vare, 60, of Wayne, whose love of children led her to become admissions director at a Quaker school in Delaware County, died Monday, Aug. 18, of cancer at Lankenau Hospital.