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.
Last week seemed so quiet and this week, wham, we are back. West Chester Police Department wants body cameras, changes to the tree ordinance (if you have a big tree, pay attention.) The fully functioning window trend is catching on with downtown bars. Plus, good deeds, warnings, and we say goodbye to a West Chester fixture. Grab some caffeine and let’s get going.
Break out the welcome mat. Governor Wolf makes a visit and weighs in on West Chester’s plastic ban while, downtown gets ready to host its pinnacle summer event. Plus, the street tree fund is out of money and a list of road closures for Saturday. Grab one of those bike race beers and let’s get started.
Hot, hot, heated week. West Chester passed a plastic ban to mixed emotions and possible legal action, Teva-expands its West Chester presence and a big win for affordable housing. Plus, the Turk’s Head Music festival. Ready? Let’s get started.
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.
This week we get an update on the Mosteller project and the repaving of Gay St. Plus, property taxes are increasing, the borough’s new pet-centric event and what to do about all those late-night fireworks? Summer is here. Grab a lemonade, it’s time to get started.
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.