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Morning Headlines: More Apartments? Conshohocken Just Keeps on Growing

Since last reporting on Conshohocken’s growth spurt (of which millennials appeared to be the underlying driving force), the Montco borough has gone ahead and planned more developments. The […]

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Morning Headlines: Mixed-Use Development Planned Near King of Prussia Mall

King of Prussia Malls’s planned addition isn’t the only thing coming to the area: the Inquirer’s Jason Laughlin reports that the former Valley Forge Golf Course, […]

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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 […]

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Morning Headlines: Residents to Protest Dranoff Development

Carl Dranoff’s mixed-use tower on Cricket Avenue in Ardmore has been in the works for a very long time, but it still doesn’t sit well with […]

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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 […]

City Life

Adorable Dog Joins Montgomery County DA’s Office

See the above doggy? He’s now a member of Montgomery County District Attorney’s office. Aww! Who’s a good law enforcement dog! Yes you are! K9 […]

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Morning Headlines: Historic William Penn Inn Turns 300 Years Old

A slew of celebrations (including a $10,000 wedding reception giveaway) have marked this week’s special birthday: the William Penn Inn in Montgomery County celebrates its 300th […]

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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 […]

City Life

Montco DA: Mom Injected 15-Year-Old Daughter With Heroin

On Wednesday afternoon at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Ferman and Lower Salford Police Chief Thomas Medwid announced the arrest of […]

City Life

New Settlement May Recognize Marriages Performed in MontCo Last Year

Twenty-seven Pennsylvania couples who married in Montgomery County last year are awaiting word on a settlement with the state that would recognize their unions performed […]

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 […]

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Where We’re Eating: Forno Antico

’BURBS Suburban restaurants are often doomed by the difficulties they have to overcome: lack of foot traffic, low customer counts, competition with the big-box chains […]

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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 […]

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“Bar Rescue” Converts Glenside Bar to Osteria Calabria

Last week Jon Taffer broke Lickety Split into two concepts for his “Bar Rescue” show. Downstairs is now Alleged Pizza and upstairs is 2nd State Lounge. […]

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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. […]