Heading to the polls on Tuesday? Here’s a list of precautions in place to keep you safe including what to do if someone shows up with a gun. Plus, troubles at the Y, Halloween options and one bizarre arrest story. Pour yourself a pumpkin beer and let’s get started.
Up on the side of the building at 119 East Market Street lines are drawn. Large angular shapes are now visible. Vote is sketched loud and proud. Soon color will be added. Downtown West Chester’s first mural, in who knows how long, is coming together.
It’s getting hot in here. As Governor Wolf restricts indoor dining, we get an update on West Chester’s plan to close Gay Street, West Chester Area School District dashes hopes for a full fall return, and Borough Council confronts a new student housing development. Ready? Let’s get started.
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.
Two more armed robberies and a super-sketchy Uber-ride reported in the borough. Should I be concerned? Plus, Melton Center’s affordable housing project gets more money, the results of the School District’s school start time survey and a new playground for Everhart Park. This week’s got some good, some bad and definitely some ugly. Let’s get started.
Graduation is in the books, a busy week for West Chester firefighters, the beer economy and West Chester’s street artist gets caught. Ready? Let’s go.
This week we get an update on the Mosteller project and the repaving of Gay St. Plus, property taxes are increasing, the borough’s new pet-centric event and what to do about all those late-night fireworks? Summer is here. Grab a lemonade, it’s time to get started.
Isn’t this a cool looking map of the borough? I was digging through the borough website the other day when I came across the “Official Borough Of West Chester map.”
Hello, West Chester, welcome to May and another big hole. Plus, WCASD gets a grant for safety, Borough-University relations take a tumble and a conversation begins on school start times. You worked hard last week. Grab a margarita. Sit back, relax, and catch up.
What are you reading? I was scanning news items, when I came across this profile of an anonymous West Chester street artist. It didn’t fit in Roundup but it was too good not to share. Turns out it wasn’t the only one.