Whether you’re a Sunday regular or here for the holidays, there’s nothing worse than scrambling last minute for the holiday service schedule. So we’ve pulled it together for you: Baptist: The Journey 200 S Church St, West Chester, PA 19382 Christmas Services: Christmas Eve, December 24, 10-11:30 a.m. Baptist Church-West Chester 221 S High St, … Continue reading Where to Attend Christmas Services
What we’re talking about this week: Apartments planned for the old Daily Local property. Property developer, Toll Brothers is proposing a new seven-story, 325-unit apartment building on the roughly five acre lot on the corner of Bradford Ave. and Strausburg Rd. While, the project is technically in East Bradford, the project has a lot of … Continue reading Street Talk: New Apartments, Bomb Scares and Not-so-Homeless Students
Editor’s note, December 2018 update: The Sustainability Advisory Committee is seeking two new members starting in 2019. If you are interested in joining please contact Dana DiDomenico at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Sustainability Advisory Committee sees a green future for the Borough If regulation rollbacks and climate deniers have you in a state of eco-frustration, there is … Continue reading How to Be an Eco-Warrior in West Chester
Five things that have West Chester borough residents talking this week: Borough administration is moving. Need to pay a parking ticket or request a building permit? You need to pay attention. All borough services will be relocated to the Spellman Building beginning December 20. Borough Hall and the police department are scheduled to undergo a … Continue reading Street Talk: Where to Pay Your Parking Tickets & Parade Gripes
From the Christmas parade (one of the greatest welcomings of Santa in the country) to the holiday home tour plus a bar-sponsored Resolution run, a six-course Eagles-themed tailgate, a Christmas tree train and 20 things more, there’s a little something for everyone this year.
Hello, West Chester, Have any plans this weekend? My husband is taking the boys over to Highland Orchard for their Fall Food and Craft Beerfest while, I use the opportunity to peruse the growers market in peace. Should be a nice one – here are some topics to talk about over leaf piles or pumpkin … Continue reading Street talk: The Whole Foods’ bar; Elections Tuesday
Horace Pippen Park Vibe: This modest park is located a block away from Everhart Park. Perhaps due to its proximity to its larger and better funded neighbor, Horace Pippen has the feel of a lonely park whose children have all grown up and moved away. Fun fact: This park is named for noted West … Continue reading Horace Pippen: The Forgotten Park
Did you know West Chester’s had 12 parks? Yes, twelve?! Me neither. To help raise awareness and use, we are featuring all eleven so you’ll always have an answer to the question – what should we do on this beautiful day? First up, Kathy McBratnie Park, on the corner of Nields and New Streets right … Continue reading Kathy McBratnie Park: The Park Director’s Park