Summer in West Chester is about outdoor concerts, movies by moonlight, and day-long music festivals. It’s about splash parks, face paint, and bumping into neighbors on Gay Street. So, who's ready for summer?
West Chester’s Tree Canopy is in Danger
Happy Earth Day! West Chester’s tree canopy is less than half of where it should be. Trees are disappearing at an alarming rate but how do we make it stop? I talk with the Chair of West Chester's Tree Commission.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Apr. 21, 2023
Tiiiimmmbberrr. Those perfectly healthy trees cut down on the Burger King property called attention to a pretty big problem. West Chester’s beloved trees are disappearing at an unsustainable rate. What we can do to stop it. Plus, Earth Day events and from motel rooms to dorm rooms, WCU's Schitt’s Creek scenario. Let’s catch up.
Mark Your Calendars: Spring Events Are Here!
If you are actively seeking excuses to be outside, West Chester has you covered with more than a dozen, mostly bunny-themed, adventures to keep you occupied. Here are some of the highlights.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 10, 2023
Construction galore is happening around the Borough and beyond. What exactly are they doing and where you should avoid. Plus, Price Street neighbors lobby for a stop sign, a Church Street history lesson, a big win for Rustin and new details emerge about the Burger King property, like how many apartments they’re going to try and squeeze on the lot. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Feb. 17, 2023
So, how about this weather? While this week broke no records, last month came awfully close to being the warmest January on record. Any guesses on how far back I had to go to find a warmer one? Plus, the Borough is headed to the Supreme Court. And every college student’s favorite pizza joint is coming back! Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.