The Limerick Post scanned available newsfeeds during the past 24 hours and found these stories of local interest.

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Not guilty plea entered in Spring-Ford luring case (Times-Herald, Norristown PA)
One of three men accused of using beer to try to lure three teenage girls into a car on Spring Ford School District property has pleaded not guilty to child luring charges.

Rofo: We need support for skate park to become reality (
Royersford Borough held a meeting last week to gauge interest in having a skate park in the borough. The meeting, however, attracted only seven people, and six of those were either with the press or working with or for the borough. If the next meeting seeking out volunteers has a similar turnout, Councilman Bruce Burns doesn’t see how the project can continue.

Field house issue tabled at Spring-Ford (
At Monday night’s Spring-Ford School Board meeting, several board members who really didn’t want to talk about a potential $1.4 million field house ended up talking about, well, a potential $1.4 million field house.

MCCC and WCU enter dual admissions agreement (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA
For students who wish to pursue their post-secondary education beyond a two-year degree, a new partnership between West Chester University and Montgomery County Community College may facilitate a smoother transition.