So, how about this weather? While this week broke no records, last month came awfully close to being the warmest January on record. Any guesses on how far back I had to go to find a warmer one? Plus, the Borough is headed to the Supreme Court. And every college student’s favorite pizza joint is coming back! Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
The Freakin’ Weekend: Super Bowl Sunday Edition
I am not doing a full Roundup this week but there is so much good stuff going on with the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day it seems a miss to stay completely silent. Who's ready? It's time to plan your weekend.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Feb. 2, 2023
Real-life Monopoly. Analysis of county data shows developers have been quietly buying up blocks of the Borough at a time. How this consolidation could change the look of downtown. Plus, Restaurant Health Inspection reports and happy news! Jess from Two Birds Cafe shares what it feels like to be among the best-loved in the nation, our friend Oliver gets a kidney, and some amazing events to get excited about. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Jan. 27, 2023
Perhaps you’ve noticed - double parking downtown has become a bit of a problem. This week the Borough’s plan for discouraging the practice and what's the big picture vision for downtown? Plus, Uptown’s new play, a West Chester teen goes missing again and where to watch the Eagles game. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Jan. 20, 2023
This week we catch up with John O’Brien, BID Executive Director. I pose all your burning downtown questions like, what new businesses are opening? How do we attract a diversity of retailers? And can we keep the Christmas lights? He answers them all. Plus, a new Asian-inspired bakery opens on Gay Street and Borough fee increases - if you park in a lot they may affect you. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Jan. 13, 2023
It's been a rough start to 2023 for the Borough. First, it learned its long-time Parking Director has been stealing - for potentially decades. Then it lost its legal battle against West Chester University over who pays the Stream Protection fee. Don't worry, you still do. And there was a prostitution bust on Church Street. When it rains, it pours. But I have the deets on the new Caribbean restaurant. Who's ready? Let's catch up.