Gay Street closure moves to the planning phase, the new Zukin hotel gets the green light to begin construction, Wrong Crowd Brewery is coming to Hannum Ave and we are all going to yellow! It’s been a while, my friends, grab your cocktail to go, we’ve got a lot to talk about.
New details emerge about the plan to close Gay Street, including a map of street closures and how to handle an emergency. We also get a redistricting update and West Chester’s plan to limit single-use plastic takes a hit. It’s supposed to be gorgeous this weekend. Grab your phone and let’s catch up outside.
Who else has really been into this idea of a victory garden? Grow your own produce. Avoid the grocery store. I recently came across this hilarious (and informative) Instagram series, “Courtney’s Victory Garden How-To Series” by WCU nutrition major Courtney Bodle. In it Courtney covers all your gardening basics in a very relatable way. Get ready to plant!
Borough financials take another hit, West Chester Area School District finally gets some good news (and some money) and the town pulls together to do some serious fundraising for local food banks. While, coronavirus deaths in the Borough increase five fold, reminding us all we are still very much in this.
At the beginning of 2019, the West Chester Area Council of Governments came together to take a stand on climate change. They hired a consulting firm to study the area’s energy mix and make a recommendation on how to move the area toward renewable energy. We now have our first look at that report.
We get our first look at the school redistricting plan. In all over 1000 West Chester Area School District students will be affected. Plus, West Chester’s path to 100 percent renewable energy and the list of West Chester priests “credibly accused” of sexual assault. You may want to sit down for this one.
How would you fix High Street? West Chester wants to know. Plus, West Chester Area School District’s plan to save millions, downtown celebrates a first, and West Chester’s best bars, for real this time. Grab a drink and let’s get going.
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.
Power outages, police chases, holiday drama – it’s been quite a week. Plus, West Chester says goodbye to a local legend and the results are in on the Chester County Historical Society’s campaign for a new roof. Ready? Let’s go.
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.