Latest on COVID-19 including: the first week of online learning, a new batch of tests for Chester Hospital – calling it a “game changer” – and WCU extends its closure of in-person classes through the summer. Plus, how to give back and Levante gives us a reason to celebrate. It’s not all cloudy (or cumbersome.) Let’s get started.
West Chester Area School District’s plan to save $2.3 million a year – and all they have to do is write a letter. Plus, new parking restrictions, the Borough Summer Program is finally(!) complete, and a local institution gets a second chance 10-months after it was forced to closed. Ready? Let’s get started.
West Chester State Senator Andy Dinniman announces he will not seek re-election. Plus, the latest on the Borough summer camp program, Toll Brothers have a new proposal for Crebilly Farms and is the West Chester Bike Race moving to September? It’s Valentine’s Day. Grab a candy heart and let’s get started.
We get our first look at the school redistricting plan. In all over 1000 West Chester Area School District students will be affected. Plus, West Chester’s path to 100 percent renewable energy and the list of West Chester priests “credibly accused” of sexual assault. You may want to sit down for this one.
The latest updates on the Borough Summer Camp program including when to register and the former home of Steak-Umm, steak slices, has a new owner. Plus, Super Bowl Sunday. Grab your wings and let’s get started.
We get our first look at Everhart’s new playground and answer the burning question, will it have a zipline? Plus, Chester County Hospital’s new patient tower opens Monday, a change to the Library’s regularly scheduled hours, pretty snow pics and the best burger in West Chester. Pull up a seat and let’s get started.
How would you fix High Street? West Chester wants to know. Plus, West Chester Area School District’s plan to save millions, downtown celebrates a first, and West Chester’s best bars, for real this time. Grab a drink and let’s get going.
We have our first look at the fountain at 44 West, and let’s just say it doesn’t disappoint. Plus, first look at the Melton Center project, two more downtown businesses say goodbye and County Health Reports are out for December. Holiday is over, people. Let’s get to it.
West Chester borough receives plans for a new hotel, the school district gets into the life skills business, and we say goodbye to a pub that just couldn’t hold on for the new year. Plus, Everhart Park wants your thoughts on their new playground. The 2020s are here. Grab that leftover champagne and let’s dive in.
Armed robbery caught on camera, a new homeless hotline, and West Chester says goodbye to two dedicated civil servants. Plus, Everhart Park’s playground plans move ahead. Who’s ready? We’ll keep it light this week.