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Questlove Sends Instagram Love to Bullied MontCo Youth

Yesterday afternoon, after being bullied at school for months for being too short, 10-year-old Hatfield youth Dominic Zaffino decided to take to Instagram to respond […]

City Life

Suspect in Custody in Montco Firehouse Hostage Situation

Reports of a hostage standoff in Montgomery County started coming in a little before 11 this morning. #breaking Armed Hostage Situation- Cheltenham Twp, Montco. Lamott […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Move to Narberth If You’re Tired of Rising Property Taxes

Next time you hear someone complaining about a property tax hike, point them to Narberth. The Main Line Times’ Cheryl Allison reports the Montgomery County […]

Property

House of the Week: Lynnewood Hall

Do you remember this elephantine property? We indirectly wrote about it this past summer when neighboring Sylvan Edge was also put on the market. Then, Lynnewood’s owner was […]

Property

Rydal Home Near Bradley Cooper

Alright, let me preface this by saying I’m not trying to get Mr. Cooper stalked or anyone in trouble. BUT, it seems pointless to profile […]

Property

Spotted: Poker Area Inside Montco Home

Where to begin with this woodwork-dominated home? Although falling a few beams short of this splendiferous property in Brandywine, it makes a strong case for […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Delinquent Properties Rake In Over $2.1 Million In Montco

Property owners who had been delinquent for two years had their homes auctioned off in a Thursday sale, earning Montgomery County $2,121,021.20 (including transfer tax). The […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Montco Has Built More Apartments Than Single-Family Dwellings In Last Year

It seems Wynnewood and Conshohocken aren’t the only areas in Montgomery County aiming to reel in those looking for smaller housing. According to recent data by the Norristown […]

Property

For Sale: Historic Jenkintown Property That Belonged to Founder’s Family

Jenkintown may have only been incorporated in the last two centuries, but the Montgomery County borough was actually settled in 1697 by Welshman William Jenkins. […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Conshohocken Development Aimed At Younger Residents?

Modern office spaces continue to pop up here and there throughout the city, enticing young professionals who favor shared, open areas at work. However, as Jon […]

Property

Ryan Howard’s Blue Bell Home Is Pending Sale

Ryan Howard’s custom-made home in Montgomery County, placed on the market in June, is now pending sale. The deal is expected to close sometime in August, according […]

Property

Midday Headlines: Montco Considers Spending Millions on Norristown HQ

The Inquirer’s Jessica Parks reports that Montgomery County, after selling off much of its property over the last year, is reconsidering what to do with […]

Property

Montco Bank Barn Turned Loft Home Designed by Terence Woods

Converted barns are always fun to look at to see how owners decide to use all that space (here’s one resembling a resort). This Erdenheim, […]

City Life

Gay Couples Denied Marriage Licenses in Philadelphia [Updated]

Update: Though city officials said they were sympathetic, the request was denied. The AP reports:

City Life

Montco Commissioner May Run for Congress

Now that 6th District U.S. Congressman Jim Gerlach ain’t running for re-electing (woe be you if you’re a moderate Republican these days, amirite Jon Runyan?), […]