Conshohocken’s Biggest Parade – It Happened 100 Years Ago by Jack Coll

    CONSHOHOCKEN’S BIGGEST PARADE IT HAPPENED 100 YEARS AGO By Jack Coll 11-10-18   November 11, 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice at Complegne, France. The agreement brought the First World War to an end at 11 a.m., November 11, 1918. Each year ...

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Goodbye Josie Lesinski

Goodbye Josie Lesinski 11/10/2018 by Brian Coll     A good friend to our family called yesterday to tell me she had some bad news. My heart raced for that few seconds while waiting to hear what it was. I was shocked and saddened to hear the news that Josie Lesinski passed away.   ...

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Casualties of a World War – The Way is Was in Conshohocken a Century Ago – by Jack Coll

        CASUALTIES OF A WORLD WAR The Way It Was In Conshohocken A Century Ago By Jack Coll   By 1918 Conshohocken was a long-time established borough having been incorporated in the spring of 1850. This small town cut out along the banks of the Schuylkill River quickly ...

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Rest in Peace Mr. Frank “Ricky” Morgan

Rest in Peace Mr. Frank “Ricky” Morgan 11/7/2018 by Brian Coll     While Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders might be the most well known two sport starts out there, Mr. Frank “Ricky” Morgan was a two way star on the streets of Conshohocken. By day he worked with the ...

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Say It Ain’t So – Lenny’s is CLOSING!

    Say It Ain’t So – Lenny’s is CLOSING 11/7/2018 by Brian Coll                    We heard a rumor that Lenny’s might be closing, and we really didn’t want to believe it. So, we talked about it, we didn’t want to post a rumor. ...

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Saint Philip Neri – You Did It Again, Came Up Big! Fill a Bus was a HUGE Success!

Saint Philip Neri – You Did it Again, You Came up Big! Fill a Bus was a HUGE Success! 11/6/2018 by Brian Coll           You know, being hungry doesn’t take a day off when you simply don’t have food. Hunger doesn’t care that it’s windy, ...

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Abolition Hall – Update

Abolition Hall – Update 11/5/2018 by Brian Coll                            It feels like years ago when we started talking about the possible development of the area at Butler pikes and Germantown Pike and it seems like it is getting ...

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Barz – New Local App Just Launched

  Barz – New Local App Just Launched 10/27/2018 by Brian Coll   Our old friend Craig Borzelleca is at it again. We wrote about Craig not too long ago when he published his debut novel, you might remember him. So, now he has been working on a cool app with some friends and ...

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El Limon – Moving (Soonish)

El Limon – Moving (Soonish) 10/25/2018 by Brian Coll       The sign went in the window the other day. The new address is the old Ted’s Pizza Place like we reported months ago.   They hope to open in the new location in the early part of 2019.   We will have ...

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Odd Ozzie – A Children’s Book by Local Author Lisa Cione

Odd Ozzie – A Children’s Book by Local Author Lisa Cione 10/25/2018 by Brian Coll     October is Bullying Prevention Month and I thought we could spotlight a local author Lisa Cione who wrote, and illustrated this great book called Odd Ozzie. Odd Ozzie is about an ostrich ...

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