A couple weeks ago, I got a recommendation from a friend to join the Facebook group Buy Nothing West Chester – and to be honest, I was hesitant. Did I really need to belong to another Facebook group? I had my doubts but turns out, the answer was yes.
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.
First, let me apologize to the residents of Washington Street for sharing but once you figure out how to get here, this just may become your new favorite park.
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.
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.
It’s Friday, March 8, the unofficial start of WCU spring break, so enjoy those quiet streets. The Mayor’s town halls have wrapped up, Kildare’s had a rough week and will PECO be digging on your street? Here’s what people are talking about this week.
Hillsdale elementary school is launching a library modernization project that is expected to be replicated at schools throughout the West Chester Area School District.
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.