Have you ever felt so strongly about something that waiting, seems like a mistake? That is what Gillian Alicea was feeling this summer when she decided to launch a write-in campaign for the Borough Council’s 6th Ward.
It’s Halloween night – where do you go? Stay in the borough or head to one of the neighboring sub-divisions? Location is key when it comes to a successful Halloween night. Find out what it takes to be the best.
Is that tap water you’re drinking? A new report questions the quality of our drinking water. Plus, the preliminary 2020 Borough budget (no new taxes), parking fee changes become a reality, and speaking of parking, West Chester University homecoming is this weekend. Grab your favorite light beer and let’s get started.
Trash and appearance seem to be on the mind of Borough officials lately. First there was the Mayor’s Gay Street cleanup. Then there was the purchase of a gum removal device now. Now there is an updated trash policy. Here is a look at what has changed.
The School District breaks the news – redistricting is coming. Plus, West Chester’s new, stricter, trash policy (see what’s changed), the future for the High Street corridor, WCU football, and the winner of last Sunday’s chili cook off. This is what fall weekends are made of. Let’s get started.
This is the time of year lawns fill with signs featuring names (and offices) I have never heard before. Here’s a recap of the Chester County elections and candidates you will find on the ballot this November.
Parking problems get real when residents weigh in with their concerns, another downtown building is sold for office space and the Park Department presents its list of 2020 improvements. See who is getting what. Plus, the great Chili Cook-off is this weekend. Grab a spoon and let’s get going.
Happy October. Fall activities are everywhere. West Chester Co-op is presented an opportunity for a grocery that just may be too good to pass up. Plus, West Chester’s new signage program, the latest area crime data, and seven school cafeterias were visited by the health inspector last month. See how they fared.
5 Projects Set to Change the West Chester Landscape: Some projects like 44 West, are well underway, others have yet to break ground, but all have major implications for the borough and its residents. From accommodating a diverse population to supporting our students, each project promises to evolve the landscape we know.
It’s official. It’s fall. Big announcements from the school district and Iron Hill this week. Plus, (tear) we say goodbye to three West Chester favorites. Grab your favorite pumpkin ale and let’s get going.