ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot from OpenAI, was already everywhere including in West Chester classrooms. Now new licensing requirements have lowered the age of access to 13 making the need for rules governing its use all the more urgent.
What’s the Planning Commission do? Going to a meeting? Here’s what to expect.
Before any new development can begin in West Chester, developers must first make a stop before West Chester's Planning Commission. To understand why exactly, I reached out to Planning Commission Chair Jason Birl.
Dates set for West Chester’s 2023 Gay Street Closure
Now that Gay Street is officially under Borough control, officials will not have to seek approval from PennDOT. This gives officials the flexibility to start earlier and end later – which they will take advantage of in 2023.
What’s in a Number: A Look at the Borough’s New $700,000 Roof
This week West Chester Borough Council agreed to replace the Borough Hall roof which began leaking sometime last fall. This is the first project bid under the new responsible contractor ordinance.
In-house Theater Production Short-lived at Uptown
ICYMI (I did), Uptown Theater did a little soul-searching (and house-cleaning) in February parting ways with both Executive Director April Evans and Artistic Director Carmen Kahn. They also hit stop on the idea of creating professional-level plays in-house.
Preserving West Chester’s Neighborhood “Charm”
This week the Borough Council made it clear they are done with out-of-place new builds pushing back against a modern-looking condominium planned for S. Matlack Street.