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Real (Estate) Talk – June

Realtors Brad Moore and Alison Maguire of Keller Williams Real Estate’s Moore Maguire Group take a look at the borough’s booming market. Residential or investment—which kind of home buyer are you? In the present market, investment buyers make up a bit less than 20% of buyers in West Chester. That doesn’t mean that investing in […]

June Social Media Winners

We selected the best photos who used our hashtag — #thewcpress throughout social media this month. 1. @eatdrinkomyogacafe 2. @dukeandkiko 3. @kalyclothing 4. @thehairstylish 5. @cpottsphotography 6. @abbottsphotoroom 7. @agpcollective And last but not least… @giabertonedesigns In addition to publishing your photos, we also decided to grant the best photo of them all a free […]

Bryn Mawr Running Co. celebrates the reopening of West Chester’s running store!

On June 15, join the party as Chester County Running Co. officially re-opens as Bryn Mawr Running Co. Bryn Mawr Running Company has recently taken over operations of West Chester’s long-standing Chester County Running Store, and they want to reintroduce area runners to the revamped business. Bryn Mawr Running Company has been serving the region […]

June Events

Kick off the summer with our list of one time events happening throughout the month of June. June 1 Up on the Roof Party Join the West Chester Downtown Foundation for an unforgettable night up on the roof of the Chestnut Street Garage for the 17th year in a row. From 7-11pm, take in the […]

Up on the Roof 2019

The West Chester Downtown Foundation is hosting a roof top party tomorrow night, and you won’t want to miss it. For the 17th year in a row, Chestnut Street Garage’s roof will transform into a gorgeous venue under the stars. From 7-11pm there will be live entertainment, delicious food, and complimentary drinks to enjoy. Appetizers […]

Real (Estate) Talk: May

Realtors Brad Moore and Alison Maguire of Keller Williams Real Estate’s Moore Maguire Group take a look at the borough’s booming market. The biggest misconception we encounter is from folks who think they need to save 20% before they can buy, but the reality is that there are many options that will allow you to […]

CCHS Exhibit Openings

The Chester County Historical Society is opening up two different exhibits on Wednesday, from 5-7pm. Nothing to See Here: Prohibition in Chester County. Learn about prohibition in Chester County on the 100th anniversary of the 18th amendment. The exhibit includes materials from the CCHS library, Chester County Archives and several documents donated by the public. […]

Social Media Photo Winners

We selected the best photos who used our hashtag — #thewcpress throughout social media this month. Here are the winners we chose to print in this month’s magazine: 1. @freckled_footage 2. @thebeermillwc 3. @hutchins_photo 4. @couturegrounds 5. @brickstonewc 6. @roots_cafe 7. @rightbalance_nutrition And last but certainly not least… In addition to publishing your photos, we […]

Bartender of the Month: Sam Amato

Samantha Amato from Side Bar & Restaurant shares the secrets of bartending success. What’s your favorite part about working at Side Bar? I’ve been here for such a long time now, and I would definitely say it’s the people I work with and the regulars who come in. I feel like they are part of […]

Student of the Month: Janis Bady

Student of the Month 13-year-old honor student Janis Bady shares her experience at Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School and beyond. How is PALCS different from other public schools? It’s an online, cyber school. I can pull up their website and log in under my username to take all my lessons online. My dashboard shows me my […]