Video Tour of HOW Group Office at the former Conshohocken police station

Video Tour of How Group Office at the former Conshohocken police station 1/23/2019 by Brian Coll We took a tour of the former police station (now home to the HOW Group offices) before it was the police station it was home to the John Elwood Lee stables outback of his mansion at 8th and ...

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Colonial School District is Helping Families. Are you a Government Employee?

Colonial School District is Helping Families. Are you a Government Employee? 1/22/2019 by Brian Coll Let’s make this simple. If you are a government employee and don’t see an end to the shutdown, you can sign up for help at your child’s school. ...

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Want to Operate Your Own Business in Conshohocken? The Outbound Station Closed

Want to Operate Your Own Business in Conshohocken? The Outbound Station Closed 1/16/2019 By Brian Coll The Outbound Station recently closed and is now available for rent. Personally, I have an idea or two for the location. I love Scoops but hate it has to close every winter, if Anthony from ...

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Lenny’s Is Coming Back Bigger and Better!

Lenny’s Is Coming Back Bigger and Better! by Brian Coll 1/14/2019 I looked in the window at the old Lenny’s over the weekend and was sad to see things moved around, some stuff gone completely. Today I peeked in and saw Lenny chatting with a few people. I wasn’t sure what was ...

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The Justice Bell in Conshohocken – by Holly Holst

The Justice Bell in Conshohocken – by Holly Holst Conshohocken’s Crossroads to Woman Suffrage By Holly Holst 1-5-2019 by Holly Holst This is an article by guest author Holly Holst. Next year, we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ...

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Washies Old Firehouse

1/5/2019 by Brian and Jack Coll Big changes are coming to lower Fayette Street. Of course we can all watch the building at 1st and Fayette come down piece by piece, but the cooler story might be what’s going to happen inside the old Washington Fire Company building. Here are some pictures ...

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Goodbye Lenny’s

Goodbye Lenny’s 1/8/2019 By Brian Coll I had to go and buy that famous pork one last time, a sandwich wouldn’t do….. I had to get the quart and a small part of me thought, I’ll freeze some for a cold winter day when that pork would really hit the spot. Yeah, that ...

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HOW Group – A Video Tour of old Borough Hall

HOW Group – A Video Tour of old Borough Hall by Brian Coll 1/7/2019 We have been very lucky to walk through old borough hall or Leeland during the renovations. The HOW Group has been very courteous in allowing us to take photos and video or just walk through while they were renovating the ...

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People of Conshohocken – Caitlin Albany

People of Conshohocken – Caitlin Albany 12/27/2018 by Brian Coll This is part of our People of Conshohocken series… We have close to 10,000 people in our borough, add in the residents of West Conshohocken, Plymouth, Whitemarsh and Lafayette Hill and we have a large community. Some of the ...

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A Conshohocken Christmas – 1968

50 years ago 1968—THERE WAS A WAR, ASSASSINATIONS, A SONG CALLED “IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA” “GREEN ACRES” AND “BEWITCHED” WERE ON TELEVISION AND CONSHOHOCKEN WAS CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS By Jack Coll      Are you old enough to remember 1968, perhaps some of us were too young ...

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