West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Feb. 4, 2022

Last month the Chester County Health Inspector found seven West Chester establishments in serious violation of health codes including a Ratatouille reenactment in a local high school cafeteria. What is happening to our normally clean kitchens? Plus, the borough prepares for the spring home buying season with two new developments - one on each end of the pricing spectrum, live ice sculpting and a Henderson student makes us wonder, what have we done with our lives? Who's ready? Let's catch up.

West Chester Weekly News Roundup

The year may have just started, but we already have our first look at the future. Plus, police investigate a scary luring incident at Hoopes park, construction begins at the Melton Center and how much was collected in trash fines last year? More than I would have guessed. It's mid-January. Aren't we all supposed to be hibernating? Let's get started.

West Chester Weekly News Roundup

Just barely September and we are starting to lose it, people. What’s going on in the Borough? Let’s just call this the law and order issue. Plus, updates on a shaky start to the school year - including some pretty disturbing Zoom calls; a closer look at the Borough (over) budget and we say goodbye to a regular presence downtown. On the bright side, the year's almost half over. Grab some sustenance and let's get going.

West Chester Weekly News Roundup

This week we are talking people behaving badly. High Street Caffe is open again after actions by its owner led to a mass staff exodus earlier this summer. Also, drilling on the Mariner East 2 pipeline is halted as crews work to assess the damage of a fluid spill. Plus, Kooma's expanding, and where West Chester falls among the best places to live in PA. #1 in my book, not in theirs. Grab a late August lemonade - spiked if you're associated with High Street Caffe - and let's do this.