I didn’t even know this was a possibility until a year ago, and now I’m obsessed with the idea.
The rain has stopped (for now), you are 92% less likely to suffer an avoidable death in Chester County and a collaboration to make everyone cheer. Plus, primaries are on Tuesday. Ready to get started? I have a good feeling about this one.
Isn’t this a cool looking map of the borough? I was digging through the borough website the other day when I came across the “Official Borough Of West Chester map.”
Let’s just call this the spring cleaning edition. Clean ups scheduled downtown and at both major parks this weekend. Plus, another potential tax hike and the West Chester’s Film Festival comes to town. Grab the popcorn. It’s going to be a fun one.
Spring is here and so are taxes. The school district gets ready to talk school start times, while downtown gets ready to host a film festival. Plus, more bad news for Sunoco. Let’s see what’s happening this week.
This week we are talking student mental health – the figures are a bit shocking. West Chester has a new promo video. Teca has a new neighbor. Plus, a story or two to make you smile. Let’s get started.
Just when I thought we got through flu-season, mumps diagnosed at WCU. Plus, West Chester moves closer to a second hotel, the borough plans for a big beautification project – and where to get free cheesesteak breakfast sandwiches (yum). Let’s get started.
Sometimes when researching stories for the Weekly Round Up, I come across an interesting local story. Not really news, but helpful in giving you a fuller picture of what’s going on.
Pipelines, newsworthy demolition, the great social media outage of 2019 and the latest list of road closures. It’s been a busy week but first, how about that weather? Here’s what has people talking this week.
It’s Friday, March 1. The snow is back and schools are closed (again). Speaking of schools, WCASD recently joined a lawsuit against Sunoco and its pipeline. Plus, how much the flu is affecting West Chester and an enjoyable way to spend a day in town.