The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development has officially granted the state-appointed receiver for Chester permission to file for bankruptcy on behalf of the city.
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Berks, Chester and Montgomery counties approve the creation of the Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority
Berks, Chester and Montgomery counites. with the help of Amtrak, hope to restore passenger train service connecting Reading, Phoenixville, Pottstown, and Philadelphia.
Weeks after the West Chester Area School District’s board voted to keep “Gender Queer: A Memoir” in high school libraries, an anonymous flyer campaign is now targeting the rest of the district’s book collection that features LGBTQ themes.
Crozer Health quietly threatening to shut off paramedic services for municipalities — unless they pay up
Crozer Health, the four-hospital system in Delaware County, has been quietly reaching out to municipalities, threatening to shut off emergency medical services unless they pay up.
The FarmerJawn & Friends Foundation Fund is looking to serve as an educational platform with a focus on school programming and workforce development.
West Chester University police officers trained with a controversial group on social media surveillance
West Chester University’s small police force last October hosted a training on social media surveillance that showcased techniques like creating fake accounts with the potential to catfish students and others.
A monthslong dispute over masks in a Chester County school district culminated Tuesday in a judge ordering all five Democrats on the school board to be immediately removed from office.
People in the West Chester Area School District are worried about students’ privacy after one person’s request for information on LGBTQ children in the West Chester Area School District.
The city of Chester is on the verge of bankruptcy the state-appointed receiver entrusted to save the cash-strapped city from collapse has said the mayor and council has interfered with his efforts.
This week, the West Goshen Township Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of an urgent request from Chester County Hospital for a waiver of land development to construct a new modular building that will add to its emergency department capacity.