Earlier this fall we shared the exciting news, Everhart Park is getting a new playground! Now it’s time to share your ideas on how to make this the best playground in West Chester and beyond. I’m looking at you East Goshen.
Well, fans of Everhart Park, it is finally our turn. The Friends of Everhart Park and the Borough of West Chester are coming together to bring you that playground you have been waiting for and this time they are welcoming, encouraging even, your feedback.
Sometimes when researching news for the Weekly Round Up, I come across an interesting local story that looks deeper at a topic. These stories are helpful in giving a fuller picture of what’s going on in town and in the world in general. Here are a few I particularly liked. (Hitting all the hot button issues in this one.) Enjoy.
Sometimes we get busy, and we miss things. Sometimes we get busy, and don’t have time to write things (cough, cough). And sometimes we just want to zone out and fall down the internet rabbit hole. This is for those times.
The week that started with snow, is ending near 60 degrees. In other unexpected news, West Chester Borough is reporting a significant budget surplus for 2018. Plus, school’s new official end date and changes to the parking code. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
Hello, West Chester, it’s Friday, January 31. This week has been filled with warnings, robberies and heart-breaking reports. I’m hoping for some better news next week. Let’s get started.
It’s Friday, December 7, the fifth day of Hanukkah. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
The landscape of West Chester seems to be ever changing. Here is your roundup of the latest developments in the works in and around the borough.
If the mall Santa is not your thing you will have plenty of opportunities to find the jolly old elf hanging out around town. Get your camera ready. Here is your day-by-day Santa guide.
Completely unverified incidents happening around town Multiple deer spotted in Everhart park near dark. One viewer spotted eight to ten, another three furry faces in the field facing Minor Street. The deer reportedly migrate down from Price Street and have been doing so for the last couple of years. Either way seems like a lot … Continue reading Scene and Heard