West Chester is proposing major changes to its popular summer camp program. Many of which are deal breakers for most parents. So why are members of the community just finding out about it now? I talked to a member of the Parks and Rec Commission and got the details on what going on.
Parking problems get real when residents weigh in with their concerns, another downtown building is sold for office space and the Park Department presents its list of 2020 improvements. See who is getting what. Plus, the great Chili Cook-off is this weekend. Grab a spoon and let’s get going.
Two more armed robberies and a super-sketchy Uber-ride reported in the borough. Should I be concerned? Plus, Melton Center’s affordable housing project gets more money, the results of the School District’s school start time survey and a new playground for Everhart Park. This week’s got some good, some bad and definitely some ugly. Let’s get started.
This is the park you’ll go to, to cheer on your favorite ball player or because your office entered a team into West Chester’s Kickball league (yes, it does exist). Welcome to Green Field park
First, let me apologize to the residents of Washington Street for sharing but once you figure out how to get here, this just may become your new favorite park.
This park named for civil rights leader Bayard Rustin is the perfect park to visit for Black History Month or really any other month of the year.
As the last of the Mosteller Building is being hauled away from its home on Church and Gay Streets. We explore a park on the far catty-corner end of the Borough that still bears the retailer’s name.
Easily accessible from downtown Fugett Park is a convenient option for renters looking for some green space.
If the mall Santa is not your thing you will have plenty of opportunities to find the jolly old elf hanging out around town. Get your camera ready. Here is your day-by-day Santa guide.
Modeled after Washington Square Park in Washington, D.C., West Chester’s Marshall Square Park is a place to enjoy the nature, history and local art while taking a break from busy lives.