Category Archives: Local News

Mid-County E-ZPass Express Lanes to Close for Three Weeks

March 9, 2017

NBC10 reports that the E-ZPass express lanes at the Mid County toll booth plaza in Plymouth Meeting will be closing the night of Friday, March 17th for approximately three weeks. The closure is to allow the installation of upgraded features. Watch the report below:

News in Conshohocken

Going to be Just Below Freezing for Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday

March 9, 2017

Plan to bundle up if you are going to line Fayette Street for the annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Conshohocken on Saturday, March 11th. According to, the high is going to be 29° Fahrenheit. The wind is going to be 10 to 15 miles per hour. Over the past several years the parade has been held in weather ranging […]

Major Parties Have Announced Candidates for Conshohocken’s Borough Council, Mayor, Etc.

March 8, 2017

The Democratic and Republican Parties have revealed their slate of candidates for Conshohocken’s Borough Council, Mayor and Tax Collector.  They are: Ward 2 Ike Griffin (D, incumbent) vs. Carol Furtak (R) Ward 4 Anita Barton (D, incumbent) vs. Robert Moore (R) Ward 5 (special election) Jane Flanagan (D, Incumbent) vs. Paul Horning (R) Ward 6 Robert Stokley (R, Incumbent) vs. […]

News in Conshohocken

Statement from PECO on Power Outage and Work Being Done at Ridge Pike Intersection

March 7, 2017

On Monday just over 40% of Conshohocken lost power, along with approximately 150 accounts in Whitemarsh Township. The outage last less than hour and was isolated to the eastern side of Conshohocken. At the same time there was an incident in the intersection of Ridge Pike, North Lane and Chemical Road. A reader, who was at the light at this […]

News in Conshohocken

Update on Power Outage in Conshohocken

March 6, 2017

Based on the comments on’s Facebook page, power is returning on the east side of Conshohocken. 41% of accounts were out earlier this morning. The issue was described as a “equipment problem” on PECO’s website. The map also shows that PECO crews are moving through the area between Wells and Jones. When we first looked, the map showed the issue […]

News in Conshohocken

41% of Conshohocken Without Power This Morning

March 6, 2017

PECO is reporting that 41% of Conshohocken is without power this morning. 41% represents 2,129 accounts. Whitemarsh has 218 accounts without power. Anyone know what is the cause? We are still trying to find out.

Saint Mary Church Moving Towards Relegation

March 5, 2017

The Saint Mary Polish American Society posted the below update on its Facebook page this evening. The update states that Saint Matthew Parish has informed the society that it plans to move forward with relegating Saint Mary Church. Near the end of the post, the Society seems to be stating that it is going to offer some behind-the-scenes information in […]

Mitchell Eason on Good Day Philadelphia on FOX29

March 5, 2017 recently shared with you the story of two Conshohocken brothers, Eddie and Mitchell Eason, who have found success in the world of modeling and other activities. Mitchell, who walked the runway at this past New York Fashion Week and recently obtained his real estate license, was interviewed last week by FOX29’s Jennaphr Frederick live from one of his classes […]

News in Lafayette Hill

Lafayette Hill Resident Attended President Trump’s Address to Congress as Guest of Senator Casey

March 3, 2017

NBC10’s Lauren Mayk reported the week from Washington, D.C. on President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress. In her report she interviewed Lafayette Hill resident Joe McGrath, a veteran who is concerned about potential cuts to Medicaid. McGrath is attending the address as the guest of Senator Bob Casey (D). Watch the interview below:

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Get the Winter Jacket Back Out. Code Blue Declared for Weekeend

March 2, 2017

We hope you didn’t put away the winter jackets yet. Montgomery County has declared a “Code Blue” weather emergency starting on Friday, March 3rd at 7:00 p.m. Here is the notice: The Montgomery County Commissioners, on the advice of the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, have declared a Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency for Montgomery County based on a […]