Fifty years ago, it was 1973. You would have probably been reading this in the newspaper while wearing a pair of bell bottoms – and you may have started worrying about the loss of our natural habitats to development. Such was the case with WCU students Bradley Gottfried and Dave Fluri.
Can I say a record number? I don’t know but a whole lot of new restaurants are coming to the Borough over the next few months. We take a look at them all. (Yum.) Plus, the Borough approves preliminary plans for a new 185-unit apartment complex, Bert's Ice Cream opens and West Chester University’s Gordon Nature Area celebrates 50 years. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
It’s a warm Wednesday morning and the northwest entrance of Marshall Square Park is dotted with little patrons and their gardians. I watch as cars whiz down E. Marshall Street, and it is not hard to imagine what parent feedback might be. Earlier this month the Friends of Marshall Square Park got approval to make some entrance upgrades. This week a look at the plan and when it will go into effect.
The Domestic Violence Center of Chester County has been in operation since 1976. Since that time they have been on the frontlines of domestic violence in the county. Next week they are hosting a powerful talk with domestic abuse survivor and new West Chester resident Alisa Mathewson.
The return of a routine and responsibilities can be stressful for some kids. “Every child will internalize the first day of school differently,” said Joe Rodia, Head of School at Chesterbrook Academy. Here are his tips to ensure the start of school is a success.
In the most shocking health inspection report I’ve seen to date, Split Rail Tavern is closed for cleaning. Plus, a 2018 parking study is serving as a guidebook for changes a look at residents think, WCU welcomes its largest freshman class ever, and the Look Around Festival returns! Who's ready? Let's catch up.