Last month West Chester University presented the results of its first-ever Sustainability Census. The goal of which was to measure sustainable knowledge and behaviors to help guide the work of West Chester’s Sustainability Council. So what did they learn? Among the key takeaways was action does not match stated desire.
These Roads are Atrocious – West Chester’s Spring Paving Plan
Perhaps you’ve noticed, the streets of West Chester are in shambles. A combination of winter grind and infrastructure projects have left the roads a mess. Well, don't worry, West Chester Public Works Department has a plan.
What’s Next for Mitch’s Gym? Spoiler: It’s More Apartments
Last week, Developers Eli Kahn and Gary Toll held a community meeting and broke the news - another apartment complex is coming to West Chester. A look at plans and where that puts the latest count of planned apartments.
2023 West Chester Primary Candidate Guide
This year’s Pennsylvania primary election will be held on May 16. While there are no high-profile national races this time around there are a number of important local elections you should be paying attention to. Not caught up yet? Lucky you. Here's your candidate guide.
West Chester’s Tree Canopy is in Danger
Happy Earth Day! West Chester’s tree canopy is less than half of where it should be. Trees are disappearing at an alarming rate but how do we make it stop? I talk with the Chair of West Chester's Tree Commission.
Developers Share Their Plans for the Burger King Property
This week lawyers, developers, engineers, and architects from well-connected firms, stood before West Chester’s Planning Commission with seemingly two goals – one, to introduce their new mixed-use project planned for 410 S. High and calm the fears of the residents.