You asked. I answered. I have the scoop on a new restaurant coming to downtown. They compare themselves to Terrain. I'm excited! Plus, get ready for the return of the Gay Street closure - there are some key changes you should be aware of, Police Cheif James Morehead warns crime is on the rise and it's going to be a hot one. Grab something cold and meet me at Porchfest.
I have some good news and I have some bad news. The good news is long-time West Chester coffee roasters Turk’s Head Roasters are planning to open their first shop in the borough. I have the scoop on where. The bad news? Downtown West Chester just lost a whole category of cuisine. Plus, did you notice? Plastic bags are out in West Goshen, Marshall Square has a new playground and it’s Mother’s Day weekend. Have a happy one, moms! Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
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!
As flooding gets worse around the borough, West Chester has money to spend - but does it have a master plan to fix the problem? A look at what is planned for this year. Plus, two fifth graders organize a rally for Ukraine's kids and it seems my concerns over West Chester's coffee shop shortage may soon be over. Wishing everyone a happy Easter but before we get there - let's catch up.
West Chester Area School Board members are back at the job, but for how long? A look at the case against masking that could upend the district. Plus, the property affectionately known as “Rancid Cheese Diaper Swamp” by neighbors may finally be sold and your favorite fundraising events are returning this spring. A bubble walk, anyone? Who's ready? Let's catch up.
Yay! Gay Street may soon officially be a West Chester street. What this means for the long-term vision for downtown. Plus, West Goshen gives the green light to an ALDI, West Chester wants your thoughts on electric vehicles, and local schools update their masking policies for students. It's February Madness around here. Who's ready? Let's catch up!