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Four Chesco highways scheduled for repairs

Several Chester County highways are scheduled for repairs. An over $2 million repair project is set to begin this week as announced by PennDOT. The project will span ten miles across four highways including Route 724, Baltimore Pike, Route 113 and Waterloo Road. The... read more

Bail reduced in WCU rape case

Bail has been lowered in the rape case against a former West Chester University student, although he still remains in prison. A former WCU student remains in Chester County Prison despite having his bail lowered on rape charges. The new bail for Austin Eaddy has been... read more

West Whiteland Twp Police to receive two DA commendation’s

The West Whiteland Township Police Department will receive a District Attorney’s Commendation this evening. Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan has announced that the West Whiteland Township Police Department will receive two District Attorney’s Commendations... read more

Brandywine Valley SPCA
WCHE is proud to partner with the Brandywine Valley SPCA to host our weekly Adopt-A-Pet segment. Tune in every Thursday morning at 9:50am during “The Morning Magazine” show as Doug Stirling and Bill Mason introduce you to pets that are in need of a loving home.