Hot, hot, heated week. West Chester passed a plastic ban to mixed emotions and possible legal action, Teva-expands its West Chester presence and a big win for affordable housing. Plus, the Turk’s Head Music festival. Ready? Let’s get started.
When it comes to coffee shops I have a test. Can they make a cappuccino. Just a plain, regular ol’ cappuccino. Shot of espresso, steamed milk, maybe a dash of cocoa powder, or cinnamon. Bonus points if you can make one of those little pictures in the foam.
Welcome to the weekend. Rain is gone for now. Development updates this week on the Daily Local site, the Agway site and a first look at what’s planned for Rubenstein’s. Also, what to do if you see a spotted latternfly and borough officials give up the bottled water. Grab your stainless steel reusable water bottle and let’s get started.
We recently got back from a week down at the beach and one of the things I noticed, other than the pre-fourth crowds were blessedly light, was all our drinks came with paper straws. Which got me wondering, what’s happening with West Chester’s single-use plastic ban? Turns out quite a bit.
Even when it seems every last person is out of town, there is still a lot going on. This week we recap the crazy storm, see what’s happening with West Chester’s plastic bag ban, and reveal more scary health code violations, including our favorite sushi place. [Insert sad face.] Grab the last of the red, white and blue M&Ms and let’s get started.
Rain, rain go away, come again mid-July. This week we’re talking flooding, movie making and superstars to be. Read while sampling your 2 oz. of beer.
I’ve recently learned, that I have missed out on what sounded like some seriously good restaurants. I’m not going to make that mistake again.
School’s out for summer. You know what that means? No more getting stuck behind a bus in the morning! Plus, the Borough commits to stopping mosquitos, the district bids farewell to a lot of educators and how safe is High Street? Let’s find out.
Graduation is in the books, a busy week for West Chester firefighters, the beer economy and West Chester’s street artist gets caught. Ready? Let’s go.
I didn’t even know this was a possibility until a year ago, and now I’m obsessed with the idea.