Antarctic Marathons, Quiet Zones, and More West Chester Week in Review
We've curated some of West Chester Patch's most interesting stories from the past week.
What a seven day run. From children running marathons (in Antarctica!) to sausage recalls, and forward thinking teachers to new "quiet zones" around West Chester University, the penultimate week of February was unusually active around here. But in case you missed them, below are some of the biggest stories from the past seven days. As always, thanks for reading.
Council wants to make sure All's Quiet on the West Chester Front
Smithfield packaging is recalling sausage the Food Safety and Inspection Service says may contain small pieces of gloves.
The extraordinary Nikolas Toocheck is 'excited to meet a penguin.'
Using the stability balls in place of chairs, experts say, increases blood flow and helps kids focus.
Eight different types of bread are being recalled due to a faulty screen.
The zones would be set up in neighborhoods around the college. Violators will be fined $250.
The following obituaries are from the third week of February.