We have our first look at the fountain at 44 West, and let’s just say it doesn’t disappoint. Plus, first look at the Melton Center project, two more downtown businesses say goodbye and County Health Reports are out for December. Holiday is over, people. Let’s get to it.
West Chester borough receives plans for a new hotel, the school district gets into the life skills business, and we say goodbye to a pub that just couldn’t hold on for the new year. Plus, Everhart Park wants your thoughts on their new playground. The 2020s are here. Grab that leftover champagne and let’s dive in.
Armed robbery caught on camera, a new homeless hotline, and West Chester says goodbye to two dedicated civil servants. Plus, Everhart Park’s playground plans move ahead. Who’s ready? We’ll keep it light this week.
New, frankly startling, details on the financial implications to changing school start times, mouse droppings found in a school cafeteria, and West Chester’s plans to address climate change. Plus, the latest on 44 West and the holiday window decorating contest is back! It’s December. Grab some eggnog and let’s get started.
Consider this your Thanksgiving of roundups, it is stuffed! I have the latest on the West Chester summer camp program, redistricting and all your holiday activities. Plus, WCU’s program of inclusion is getting some big-time support and is Perch making a comeback? Pull on your comfy pants, it’s time to get started!
Major changes to West Chester’s Summer Camp program, Barre3 finally opens, Dia Doce heads to the KoP mall and is it the end of free EV charging? Plus, new details on what exactly a delayed high school start time might look like. Borough’s been busy this week. Let’s get started.
The police department responds after an arrest video goes viral, West Chester Area School District comes to an agreement with support staff, and the Health Inspector has harsh words for one local restaurant. Plus, downtown welcomes a new boutique and where to get your borough flag. Grab some apple cider (spiked if you’re on WCPD) and let’s get started.
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.
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.
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.