March 2, I was sweeping the restaurant floors of a tea room in Delaware County after all the customers had left, when I heard the landline ring at the front desk and rushed to answer it.
“A lovely young woman showed up at our door one day,” said Rosemary Fuller, a resident of Middletown Township, Delaware County, who lives on Valley Road. “We invited her in and she told us that Sunoco was interested in purchasing an easement of the first few feet of our property. My husband Gordon and I told her that we would need to think about it.”
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night or early in the morning from a vivid dream? Did you wonder if the dream meant anything?
In late 2019 a new coronavirus broke out in the Hubei Providence of China. The epicenter of the outbreak would eventually become the city of Wuhan. The virus spread throughout the world, taking its toll on countries such as China, South Korea, Italy, Spain, and the United States.
Aparna Padsalgikar, a citizen of India and former badminton champion living in Chester County, recently shared her journey towards a career as a social worker in the United States, where she has been residing for the past nine years due to her husband, Ajay’s, occupation.
I don’t like going to stores. Even several months ago when the world was “normal,” I avoided them like the plague. But now, despite America being on lockdown, I found myself inside the Acme in Havertown’s Manoa Shopping Center.
Since DCCC’s remote learning is going to continue through the summer, The New Media Lab student organization is “trying to help create a sense of community and togetherness” despite the state-ordered social distancing, according to Maria Boyd, assistant professor of communication studies.