Street Talk: New Apartments, Bomb Scares and Not-so-Homeless Students

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

How to Be an Eco-Warrior in West Chester

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 ddidomenico@west-chester.com.  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

Street Talk: Where to Pay Your Parking Tickets & Parade Gripes

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

Street talk: The Whole Foods’ bar; Elections Tuesday

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