Category Archives: Local News

Mayor’s Race Heats Up in Conshohocken

February 16, 2017

Mayor Bob Frost (pictured right) confirmed to MoreThanTheCurve.com last evening that he is running for another term as Conshohocken’s Mayor. Frost has served two consecutive four-year terms, winning in 2009 by one vote. Prior to these two terms, Frost was Mayor of Conshohocken between 1998 and 2005. Frost is a Republican. Yesterday we saw on social media that Yaniv Aronson (pictured […]

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Conshohocken’s Borough Council Recognizes Flocco’s 90th Anniversary

February 16, 2017

Flocco’s was recognized for its 90th anniversary during last night’s meeting of Conshohocken’s Borough Council. Mayor Bob Frost read a proclamation in front of Council and representatives of the Flocco family. Watch the video below:

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Concerns Over Cell Phone Tower in Lafayette Hill

February 14, 2017

A mobile phone company, Verizon Wireless, is seeking to construct a 100′ high cell phone tower on the property of the Barren Hill Fire Company in Lafayette Hill. To do so, the company is seeking zoning relief (variances)  from the Zoning Hearing Board in Whitemarsh Township. The hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, March 1st at 7:00 p.m. at the Whitemarsh […]

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Rotary Club Sponsors Panel Discussion on Opiate Epidemic on February 21st

February 13, 2017

The Conshohocken Plymouth Whitemarsh Rotary Club is sponsoring a panel discussion to address the current opiate epidemic affecting the nation, and in Montgomery County, specifically. The event will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 21st at the Montgomery County Human Services Center Community Room, located at 1430 DeKalb Street in Norristown. As the Norristown Patch reported in November, overdoses […]

Plymouth Meeting Man Claims Samsung Galaxy S7 Burned Him and Sofa

February 9, 2017

6ABC Action News reports that a Plymouth Meeting man, Jason Smith, claim that he was burned by his mobile phone, a Samsung Galaxy S7, while sleeping. Smith also states that the phone burned a whole into his couch. Watch the video below for the whole story:

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Update on the Hazmat Situation Yesterday in West Conshohocken

February 9, 2017

Yesterday we reported on what was referred to a “hazardous materials incident” the turnpike overpass near Balligomingo Road in West Conshohocken. 6ABC Action News has a report that provides an update on the incident and its current status. Watch the video below:

School Canceled in Colonial, Upper Merion, Etc

February 9, 2017

Schools are closed due to the snow. Enjoy.

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Snow Notices from Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships

February 8, 2017

Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships have issued notices about the impending snow storm that is predicted to bring six inches or more to the area tomorrow. Below are the notices. From Plymouth Township: Snow Preparation Reminders Use off-street parking when snow is predicted. When you park your car in the driveway there’s less snow to shovel. On-street parking, where no off-street […]

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Snow Emergencies in Place for Conshohocken and West Conshohocken

February 8, 2017

Both Conshohocken and West Conshohocken have declared snow emergencies due to the forecast for what could end up being more than six inches of snow. Here are the announcements: From Mayor Bob Frost of Conshohocken: The Mayor, in his discretion, has declared a snow emergency to exist within the Borough effective February 9, 2017 beginning at midnight and continuing through […]

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Conshohocken Elementary School Recognized as a Title I Distinguished School

February 8, 2017

Conshohocken Elementary School has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Division of Federal Programs as a Title I Distinguished School for the 2016-2017 school year. From the Colonial District’s website: “To have Conshohocken Elementary recognized as a Distinguished Title I School reinforces our philosophy that having a rigorous and engaging curriculum throughout the District makes our schools strong and […]