It’s Friday, December 7, the fifth day of Hanukkah. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday, November 30, the day of the 39th annual West Chester Christmas Parade. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday November 23 – Black Friday 2018. Here’s what’s been happening around West Chester.
For a while West Chester had a convenient low-cost way to get to New York City, unfortunately this is no longer the case.
It’s Friday November 16, the first day after the first snow of the year. Here’s what’s been going on around town.
In a letter to parents sent last week, Superintendent Jim Scanlon applauded the changes to the state’s graduation requirements.
I was walking downtown the other day when I noticed a little sign. WalkWorks, it said. “What does that mean?” I wondered. So I did some digging and learned about a county and state-wide initiative to get us to live a little healthier just by walking. As luck would have it, I ran into a … Continue reading Pushing the Power of Walk
After weeks of elevated mosquito levels and more confirmed West Nile Virus positives, the Chester County Health Department has scheduled a spray to take place on Thursday August 16 from 8 pm to 11:30 pm. For the latest on the current spray including maps – go here. The County considers spraying an action of last … Continue reading What Happens When the County Sprays for Mosquitoes?
In honor of the new Borough website, I’ve decided to test the functionality and ease of navigation by attempting to pay a parking ticket. (This is not an entirely altruistic endeavor.) Actually on first glance the new site looks much like the old site – the image is a little larger but traffic alerts are … Continue reading How to Pay a Parking Ticket on the New Borough Website
This article was originally published last year. Update: The 2018 mosquito season is proving to be the worst the County has seen since 2012. On July 31 the Borough announced the it had received West Nile positives in the areas of: Greenfield Park College Avenue Pump Station (700 block of College Ave.) Everhart Park Kathy … Continue reading Don’t Spray Me is Back