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Parks in Conshohocken Likely to Become More Dog Friendly

March 15, 2017

Conshohocken’s Borough Council has a meeting on Wednesday, March 15th at 7:00 p.m. and on the agenda is a vote that will advertise an ordinance amendment to allow for more dog friendly parks. Currently, dogs are not allowed in parks, even on a leash, in Conshohocken’s parks. The dog park is the only exception. During a meeting of Borough Council […]

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Colonial School District Announces Two-Hour Delay for March 15th

March 14, 2017

The Colonial School District just sent out an email announcing that all schools will operate on a two hour delay schedule on Wednesday, March 15th.

Rare Ice Circle Spotted in Gulph Creek Off Balligomingo Road

March 14, 2017

Binnie and Bob Bianco sent us a photo and video of a rare ice circle that has formed in the Gulph Creek off Balligomingo Road. Ice circles, or discs, form in slow moving water during cold weather. You can read about the science behind this phenomena here.

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SEPTA Suspends Bus Service in Conshohocken

March 14, 2017

SEPTA has suspended the 95 and 97 buses until further notice due to the ice and snow. Other buses are suspend in the area, you can see the complete list on SEPTA’s website. SEPTA has also suspend the Norristown High Speed Line.

SEPTA Bus 97 Stuck in Ice and Snow in Conshohocken

March 14, 2017

Two readers sent in photos of SEPTA Bus 97 stuck in the ice and snow this morning. It happened near Spring Mill Avenue and Apple Street. One reader reports it has been stuck at least 25 minutes and is still stuck as of 9:00 a.m.

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Remember, No Savesies in Conshohocken

March 14, 2017

Remember that shoveling a spot on a public street does not equate you to Columbus declaring the New World for Spain. From the Borough of Conshohocken’s website: As a result of Tuesday, March 14th’s weather conditions, please be advised that no cones, lawn chairs or any other property or device are to be used to hold or reserve parking spaces […]

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Conditions on Fayette Street as of 6:00 a.m. From the Montco Department of Public Safety

March 14, 2017

The Montgomery County Department of Public Safety has a video of Fayette Street from approximately 6:00 a.m. this morning. Watch below:

It’s Gonna Snow

March 13, 2017

As we are sure you have heard, it is going to snow here in the Philadelphia region. School is canceled for the Colonial School District and Upper Merion School District in our coverage area. The local municipalities have also either declared a snow emergency or issued advisories on where and where you shouldn’t park, revised trash collection schedules, etc. Below […]

Video of Car Fire in West Conshohocken

March 10, 2017

A car in distress pulled off the highway today and parked near the intersection of Matsonford and Dehaven in West Conshohocken. The car was on fire and the George Clay Fire Company responded to put the fire out. Watch the video below: Video: Rob Dronitsky

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New Eagle Torrey Smith’s Wife Was a Track Star at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School

March 10, 2017

Yesterday the Philadelphia Eagles signed Torrey Smith to a three year contract and there is a local connection. Smith’s wife, Chanel Smith (formally Williams), is a Conshohocken native and graduate of Plymouth Whitemarsh High School. While at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School she was a star athlete on the Track & Field team. She was a high school All-American in the […]