Beaver Valley Pike [Rt. 222] will be closed early next month so contractors can install girders over the roadway.
The road will close at about 7 p.m. on Friday, October 6. It is scheduled to reopen Saturday afternoon, October 7. According to PennDOT records, that section of Rt. 222 carries an average of 11,334 vehicles every 24 hours.
Quarryville Library patrons will be able to choose a book sight unseen this week.
The books are all wrapped in plain paper that cover the titles.
All are suitable for adults and teens. Each has a one-sentence description of the story line. There is also a bar code on each cover so the books can be checked out.
Working in her favorite medium, Linda White drew the old Eldora store for the March page of the 2018 Solanco Historical Society calendar.
"Professionally, I mostly do oil landscapes, but I love working in pencil," she said.
Improvements in printing technology allow use of pencil drawings for reproduction. In the past, pencil drawings would have had to be traced in pen to allow them to be printed.
Late Monday afternoon, August 28, the first new Hometown Hero banners went up on utility poles in Quarryville.
Shortly after 3 p.m., Scott Peiffer and Dick Lefever began removing the original banners and replacing them with the new ones. By the time they quit working that evening, 27 banners had been put up. They hope to have all 130 of the new banners up by the end of this week.
A few members of each congregation knows which one collected the most food for the Solanco Food Bank.
They won't say if the members of Mt. Eden Evangelical Lutheran Church or the congregation of Zion United Church of Christ provided the most food during the annual competition between the two churches.