New Equity Health Center and Website provide better access to healthcare in Coatesville

L to R: PA State Rep. Dan Williams; Kevin Ressler, President and CEO of The Alliance for Health Equity; Moira Gassenmeyer, Equity Health Center Coordinator; Linda Lavender-Norris, President of Coatesville City Council; Susan Harris, President and CEO of ChesPenn Health Services Community members from the Greater Coatesville area got a first-hand look at the Equity Health Center (EHC) and met representatives...

Coatesville gets $959K grant to implement Ash Park Master Plan

Ash Park. Courtesy, City of Coatesville. The City of Coatesville will receive a grant of $959,752 to implement the Ash Park Master Plan Phases I and II. The 9.3-acre park is situated between Walnut and Kersey Streets and serves residents over a three-mile radius. Senator Casey, partnering with Representative Chrissy Houlahan, successfully funded 14 Community Project Funding priorities through the House...

Coatesville City Council moves to centralize fire equipment

Washington Hose Company. Courtesy, Coatesville Fire Department. COATESVILLE — In a four-to-one vote on Monday, members of the City Council passed a motion for the first reading of an ordinance authorizing an amendment to a lease agreement between the City and Washington Hose Company—in order to centralize all fire personnel and equipment at the Washington Hose Company. Effective April 1, the four...

Coatesville launches new, improved Website

Vincent Miles, City of Coatesville’s Government and Public Affairs Representative with Coatesville’s Dwane Hallanger of Rubi Digital, that provided design and implementation of the new site The City of Coatesville unveiled its new website, which is now live, to the public during the December 11 City Council meeting. The improved design provides more accessible interaction, intuitive navigation...

Coatesville to reenact Selma march to honor MLK Jr.

In a citywide tribute on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, January 15, the City of Coatesville will host a day of public events, headlined by a peaceful reenactment of the historic Selma to Montgomery March (March 7, 1965). The public is invited to participate in the march, assembling at 8:30 a.m. at the corner of 1st and Lincoln Highway (the “Flats”). Coatesville City Council President Linda...

Coatesville announces slate of holiday events

Coatesville plans a number of events this month to celebrate the holidays. The City of Coatesville continues its season-long Christmas in Coatesville festivities with the 5th Annual Pavilion of Trees and City of Coatesville Tree Lighting ceremony at Gateway Park, 22 Lincoln Highway in Coatesville, on Saturday, December 9, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., with the tree lighting at 6:30 p.m. Visit ChristmasInCoatesville.com...

Coatesville invests in roadwat infrastructure and repairs

Among other projects, Coatesville has replaced 27 sidewalk ADA ramps. On the heels of the Rt. 82/Lincoln Highway intersection realignment, the City of Coatesville has addressed six additional areas, in four out of the five City Wards, that have been in need of attention. The culmination of seven months of work and approximately $600,000 of investment generated from two sources of funding—Liquid Fuel...

Local store ‘Our Dot Art’ invites artists and art lovers to its Grand Opening on October 7

Our Dot Art owner Shane Cloyd Amidst the creative pulse of our community, an exciting venture is about to launch. Our Dot Art 156 — located at Lincoln Hwy E, Coatesville, PA 19320 — is unveiling a fresh platform for art that promises to be the talk of the town. Mark your calendars! On Saturday, October 7, Our Dot Art will open its doors to the public from noon to 7pm. Conveniently, this artistic...

Thousands flock to Coatesville for 7th Annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix

William Richter of Pitman, New Jersey, who drove a 1970 AMC AMX accepts The Best in Show – Vintage Automobile trophy from Duke Wilford, Chief Steward from Brandywine Motorsport Club, and Anthony Wilson from Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group.Photo Credit Lisa Thomas, Brand Farm, LLC The City of Coatesville rolled out the red carpet for a record-breaking 80 drivers of vintage cars and motorcycles and over...

Coatesville native Seese is lighting it up in NBA2K League as a professional

By Kenny McGann, Staff Writer, The Times Jeremy “Seese” Seese From a hardcore basketball city — one that produced many great players including Richard “Rip” Hamilton — a new breed of players are making their mark, not on the hardwood, but in a more virtual sense: eSports. Coatesville’s Jeremy “Seese” Seese has been making a name for himself in the NBA2K League. Drafted in 2021 by...