Developers speak for the first time about their plans for the Burger King property. Parking, traffic, and a bizarre duel sidewalk have residents worried. Plus, charges for the Westtown officer involved in the death of a biker, and Spring events start with a vengeance this weekend - and no, they are not just for kids. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 24, 2023
ChatGPT has lowered its age of access to 13 with parental consent. What is the West Chester school district shares doing to prepare? Plus, what to expect at Tuesday's Planning Commission meeting and finally, (finally) answers to a favorite question - what’s happening with Laurentos on Gay Street? Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 17, 2023
Happy St. Patty’s Day! This week West Chester fights to preserve neighborhood charm against the intruding sameness of modern construction. Plus, after two unique performances, Uptown calls it quits on producing its own plays. And discussion topic: is La Scala’s Fire finally going to open at 44 West? Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 3, 2023
Residents near the old Burger King on High Street were notified last month plans are proceeding for the property. What’s happening and how to be the first to get all the details. Plus, Restaurant Inspection violations spike in February, and Mayday is open! I get a first look at West Chester’s newest coffee shop.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Feb. 24, 2023
After years of back and forth and broken promises, another compost collection service is ready to take on the Borough - but can they really handle us? I get all the details. Plus, Restaurant Week starts Sunday and wow, these menus, Rustin’s taking home all the bragging rights and a new vintage clothing store opens downtown. Only this time it’s Ts and sports apparel. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Summer Swim Guide 2023
We are about to embark on a new pool adventure. After years as members of the YMCA outdoor pool, we have decided to break off and try something new, or rather, something old. Goodbye waterpark. It’s back to basics. A pool, some grills, and a basketball hoop, but I am hoping the opportunity to run around with friends (and the peace that comes from fully-entertained kids) will more than make up for it. Need a place to dip your toes this summer? Here are your options.