A couple of weeks ago PhillyBite put out their list of best bars in West Chester, and it raised the question, “have they ever been here?” So our friends at Drunks of West Chester came up with their own list. These are in order.
Perhaps the best (and sometimes the worst) thing about the West Chester restaurant and retail scene is it is ever changing. Exciting new establishments open all the time, but to make room sometimes we have to say goodbye to old favorites. So in this last post of the year, let’s take a moment to reflect on all those we have lost
For several years, we hit up a tree stand just north on 202. Then last year we tried the Christmas Tree Train. Which was great, but is already sold out. So where to now? Conveniently this very same question was posed on social. Whether you’re in need of an actual tree or just the motivation to get going, these helpful responses will get you in the holiday spirit!
West Chester is proposing major changes to its popular summer camp program. Many of which are deal breakers for most parents. So why are members of the community just finding out about it now? I talked to a member of the Parks and Rec Commission and got the details on what going on.
There are entirely too many dogs going missing in this area lately and it’s upsetting me. So I want to spread some helpful information about microchips that many people don’t seem to know.
Now that the sugar rush has subsided and the kids have moved onto the next holiday — what do you do with all that candy? Give it to a good cause. Several West Chester locations are collecting candy to send to the troops.
It’s Halloween night – where do you go? Stay in the borough or head to one of the neighboring sub-divisions? Location is key when it comes to a successful Halloween night. Find out what it takes to be the best.
Trash and appearance seem to be on the mind of Borough officials lately. First there was the Mayor’s Gay Street cleanup. Then there was the purchase of a gum removal device now. Now there is an updated trash policy. Here is a look at what has changed.
This is the time of year lawns fill with signs featuring names (and offices) I have never heard before. Here’s a recap of the Chester County elections and candidates you will find on the ballot this November.
5 Projects Set to Change the West Chester Landscape: Some projects like 44 West, are well underway, others have yet to break ground, but all have major implications for the borough and its residents. From accommodating a diverse population to supporting our students, each project promises to evolve the landscape we know.