West Chester Planning Commission approved preliminary concepts for a 128-unit apartment complex on S. High St. Design concessions have been made but many are still not thrilled with the plans.
A proposal for a 128-unit apartment complex at the site of the former Burger King received preliminary approval from the Planning Commission this week. The design has changed, yet it all still looks the same. The School District’s swift dismissal of Henderson’s long-time Track and Cross Country Coach - and running community icon - has left parents and athletes with a lot of questions. Plus, Restaurant Inspection reports and City Bun’s buns come back tomorrow - what you need to know to make sure you get one.
Most weekdays around noon, Safe Harbor opens its doors and begins distributing brown bag lunches to anyone in the community who wants one. The program unites volunteers, Safer Habor residents, and the local community and seems to epitomize the role new Executive Director Jessica Chappell would like to see the shelter play.
Ever wonder how your tax dollars are being spent? Well, wonder no more. We look at some of the two dozen projects the borough deemed worthy of your money. Plus, Rose’s Little Donuts opened this morning on N. Darlington St. I have a sneak peek of their decadent offerings. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
In August, Split Rail Tavern management brought to light a big pest problem in a neighboring apartment building. Now nearly two months later, the restaurant is out of business and the building has been condemned by the West Chester Housing Department.
West Chester is known for a lot of things - but home to a go-to destination? Not really. A couple of entrepreneurs are looking to change that with high-end features and exclusive experiences. Plus, two West Chester apartment buildings are condemned by the Borough - sadly, two months too late to save Split Rail and - ugh, our favorite sushi place is closed by the Health Department. All kinds of scary things going on this week - I have a list. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.