This was the week of things that weren’t. And a few very big things that were. Like could West Chester actually be close to securing Federal funding for its return to rail project? It’s not exactly the project we were promised, but could it be close enough? Plus, a New York Times write up for one local artisan, West Chester gets a YouTube channel and goodbye Krapf, hello SEPTA. What a week. Grab something icy and let’s get started.
It’s Friday the 13th and the virus rages on. West Chester schools talk of a return to virtual, the Borough plans for a final vote on the property tax increase and downtown gets ready to welcome another four (!) new restaurants. Can we handle it? Who’s ready? Let’s get catch up.
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.