Spring is here and so are taxes. The school district gets ready to talk school start times, while downtown gets ready to host a film festival. Plus, more bad news for Sunoco. Let’s see what’s happening this week.
There was a lot of really good this week and one pretty bad. Plus, the meaning behind those blue ribbons, are we ruining sports for our kids? And want to spend 24-hours a day in a house with your neighbor? Big Brother casting agents are in town. There’s a lot to discuss. Let’s get started.
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.
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.
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.
It’s Friday, February 22. PA is celebrating highway safety week, maybe a good time to make sure what you’re driving on is actually a road? I’m looking at you, Amazon. Plus, crime is down in the borough, way down. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
While the number of plugin electric vehicles (PEVs) is still small, only around ten were registered in the West Chester borough at the end of 2017, the numbers are expected to rise. Will the borough be ready?
It’s Friday, December 15, just ten shopping days left until Christmas. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday, November 30, the day of the 39th annual West Chester Christmas Parade. Here’s what people are talking about this week.
Round up of new development in West Chester New condos, townhouses and apartment buildings: Carriage homes on Dean Street. The future five luxury carriage homes that will live behind the Claude Raines Manor on Dean and Church Streets are being framed and marketed. Coming soon, their Zillow listing says, at a price tag of $659,900 Daily Local … Continue reading Here We Grow Again