Rain, rain go away, come again mid-July. This week we’re talking flooding, movie making and superstars to be. Read while sampling your 2 oz. of beer.
The summer job outlook, a new green initiative, and an awesome aerial video of the borough, plus the best place to get crabs for your Memorial Day cookout. Summer is unofficially here. Soak it all in perhaps, with a drink with an umbrella in it.
The rain has stopped (for now), you are 92% less likely to suffer an avoidable death in Chester County and a collaboration to make everyone cheer. Plus, primaries are on Tuesday. Ready to get started? I have a good feeling about this one.
Hello, West Chester, welcome to May and another big hole. Plus, WCASD gets a grant for safety, Borough-University relations take a tumble and a conversation begins on school start times. You worked hard last week. Grab a margarita. Sit back, relax, and catch up.
Let’s just call this the spring cleaning edition. Clean ups scheduled downtown and at both major parks this weekend. Plus, another potential tax hike and the West Chester’s Film Festival comes to town. Grab the popcorn. It’s going to be a fun one.
Spring is here and so are taxes. The school district gets ready to talk school start times, while downtown gets ready to host a film festival. Plus, more bad news for Sunoco. Let’s see what’s happening this week.
I know these temperature swings don’t necessarily mean we’re breaking the earth, but I can’t help but feel it can’t be good either. Deep breath. West Chester is working on a plan to make us all feel better.
It’s Friday, January 25, winter is back after a brief break, plus parking drama on Gay Street, the great graduation gown debate and where’s the best place in West Chester to eat? – Here’s what people are talking about this week.
It’s Friday, December 28. Holiday fatigue is beginning to set in, but the desire to be back at work is not yet there. Hope you are having a wonderful holiday time, here is what people are talking about this week.
While the number of plugin electric vehicles (PEVs) is still small, only around ten were registered in the West Chester borough at the end of 2017, the numbers are expected to rise. Will the borough be ready?