January 11, 2013
Peco Energy Co. will spend $5.2 million in the coming months to prune trees around aerial power lines in Philadelphia and surrounding counties, part of its $33 million budgeted for vegetation management for 2013. In Bucks and Montgomery Counties, the utility will trim trees in Abington, Bensalem, Lower Moreland, Lower Southampton, Northampton, Upper Southampton and Bryn Athyn. In Chester County, arborists will take aim at Charlestown, East Caln, East Goshen, East Nantmeal, East Whiteland, Tredyffrin, Upper Uwchlan, Uwchlan, Wallace, West Goshen, West Pikeland, West Vincent, West Whiteland, Willistown and Malvern.
April 25, 2010
Pennsylvania 130 S. 18th St. unit 1504 , $3,050,000. 124 W. Chestnut Hill Ave. , $2,000,000. 227 S. Sixth St. , $1,535,000. 612 Addison St. , $1,500,000. 317 S. 18th St. , $1,320,000. 3815 Amberton Way, Buckingham , $945,000. 103 N. State St., Newtown Borough , $899,000. 1708 Grandview Dr., Lower Makefield , $790,000. 136 Parsons Lane, Wrightstown , $790,000. 1 Modesto Lane, Warrington , $725,000.
April 25, 2010
130 S. 18th Street Unit 1504 Philadelphia Settlement date Jan. 13 940 Lower Pine Creek Road West Pikeland Chester County Settlement date Dec. 10 124 W. Chestnut Hill Avenue Philadelphia Settlement date Jan. 8 516 Montgomery Lane Radnor Delaware County Settlement date not available 227 S. Sixth Street Philadelphia Settlement date Nov. 30 612 Addison Street Philadelphia ...
November 4, 2007 |
Singer Madeleine Peyroux, who works on the border between pop and jazz, will perform for an intimate crowd Saturday night to celebrate the grand opening of the West Pikeland Cultural Center in Chester Springs. The $150 ticket will include a pre-concert cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres, as well as a performance by country/blues guitarist Doug Wamble. Only 275 tickets will be sold, though the flexible space can hold up to 400 people, including standing room. By booking Peyroux as the opening performer, township Supervisor Bill Cracas said, the township hopes to establish the venue as a "viable arts center.
August 17, 2001 |
A Chester County Court judge yesterday barred followers of Shri Bangaru Adigalaar, a Hindu-inspired spiritual leader from India, from using a 25-acre farm off Route 401 for a religious festival tomorrow. Judge William Mahon issued a preliminary injunction saying that the group, known as AdhiParaSakthi Charitable, Medical, Educational, and Cultural Society of North America Inc. is "prohibited from using the property for purposes of the 2001 Aadipooram Festival or at any other time until the appropriate zoning relief is obtained.
September 4, 2000 |
It's not every day that a guru with millions of followers comes to this suburban township of a few thousand residents. But that's what happened yesterday on Conestoga Road when Bangaru Adigalaar, a Hindu-inspired spiritual leader from India, greeted hundreds of followers who waited barefoot in line to pray with him. Adigalaar, whose silvery, spiked hair reached toward the sky, sat on a throne as men, women and children hunched over his...
August 30, 2000 |
A spiritual group associated with the Hindu religion is planning to build a $2.5 million community and worship center in West Pikeland, members said. Followers of the AdhiParaSakthi group, which is based in India and claims to have followers worldwide, will build the center on a recently purchased 25-acre site at 1459 Conestoga Rd., pending township approval. The center, which would be paid for with donations, will be used as a place of worship and a site for people to gather for charitable and cultural events, said Muthu Chinnadurai, the group's secretary in the United States, who is leading the building drive.
July 27, 1999 |
A 25-year-old West Pikeland man charged with raping an elderly woman in her West Whiteland apartment and sneaking into other women's homes to watch them sleep was ordered yesterday to stand trial on all charges brought by the Chester County District Attorney's Office stemming from three incidents, which involved two women. Kevin Larkin remains in Chester County Prison on $150,000 cash bail. Larkin, who was charged with rape, criminal trespass, indecent exposure, theft, receiving stolen property, burglary, attempted aggravated indecent assault, indecent assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, sexual assault, and aggravated indecent assault, was held over for trial in Chester County Court after yesterday's preliminary hearing.