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.
Is it too soon to get excited for summer? Changes to the West Chester Summer camp program take a positive turn, the Borough has free tulip bulbs and trouble at West Chester University. Plus, Greystone Elementary breaks ground, the Grinch is spotted in Hoopes Park and the 10 best bars in West Chester. Who’s ready to get started?
New, frankly startling, details on the financial implications to changing school start times, mouse droppings found in a school cafeteria, and West Chester’s plans to address climate change. Plus, the latest on 44 West and the holiday window decorating contest is back! It’s December. Grab some eggnog and let’s get started.
For several years, we hit up a tree stand just north on 202. Then last year we tried the Christmas Tree Train. Which was great, but is already sold out. So where to now? Conveniently this very same question was posed on social. Whether you’re in need of an actual tree or just the motivation to get going, these helpful responses will get you in the holiday spirit!
Consider this your Thanksgiving of roundups, it is stuffed! I have the latest on the West Chester summer camp program, redistricting and all your holiday activities. Plus, WCU’s program of inclusion is getting some big-time support and is Perch making a comeback? Pull on your comfy pants, it’s time to get started!
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.
Could it be happening? A new entertainment complex that tailors to both adults and kids? Plus, changes to garage fees, Borough Council looks to add a discrimination policy, and what’s planned for the old Yale Electric Lighting building. Ok, it’s time. Grab that pumpkin spice latte and let’s get going,
Action is heating up downtown with several exciting new businesses announcing their impending arrival, and dare I say it, construction coming to end on Gay Street. Plus, rideshare rules go into effect and why football Rustin is giving up its home games. It’s good to be back. Let’s get started.
I’m not going to lie, this week has been kind of ugly. There’s been armed-robberies and racial comments, resignations and more street closures. However, West Chester’s trees got some good news, more improvements are on their way to downtown and school starts Monday, so it’s not all bad. Let’s see what’s happened.