West Chester Weekly News Roundup: April 29, 2022

The West Chester Christmas Parade is back. Its lead sponsor is not. QVC's departure is leading to a lot of suspected format changes. Also, Blazin' J's is nearly here. After months of coming soon signs, downtown West Chester gets ready to open its first new restaurant in a while - and what exactly has everyone so crazy for this chicken? Plus, residents may soon be able to walk to a grocery store. It's the little wins. Who's ready? Let's catch up.

West Chester Weekly News Roundup: April 22, 2022

The borough finally decides to close Gay Street. It's not exactly the will of the people but it will have to do for now and wait, did we almost lose the West Chester Christmas Parade forever? A compromise should bring it back, but it won't be the same. A list of the changes. Plus, the West Chester Film Festival, the great Borough Cleanup, WCU's farewell to 150 and La Baguette Magique is open again. What a week. Grab a croissant and let's catch up!

Signature Events: The West Chester Film Festival

Every year on the fourth weekend of April, West Chester hosts its very own international film festival. Started nearly two decades ago by enthusiasts grabbing space and setting up projectors in empty downtown storefronts. Today the West Chester Film Festival has a permanent set up at the Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center but the experience is no less dynamic - if anything, it’s more so. 

West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 25, 2022

While we were lamenting the closing of Jane Chalfant and the passing of Sal Inzone, Sr., downtown took another hit losing yet another feature that made West Chester, West Chester. Plus, the West Chester Area School district lays out its plan to remain one of the state's top districts, Faunbrook B&B is for sale and a Henderson grad needs your help. It’s never dull around here. Who's ready? Let's catch up.