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Royersford Borough Council meets tonight (SpringFordOnline.com)
Royersford Borough Council meets the second and last Tuesday of every month.

Spring-Ford SNAP Committee meets tonight (SpringFordOnline.com)
The Spring-Ford Students Need an Alternate Party Committee meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Spring-Ford High School cafeteria. Enter through door 8.

Limerick drug deal sends man to prison (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
A Philadelphia man will serve jail time and community service for selecting Limerick, just off the Route 422 corridor, as a location to conduct a drug deal.

Runway safety improvements lag at busy airports (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
Eleven major airports, including Philadelphia’s, are struggling to meet federal requirements that runways be surrounded by safety areas that give runaway planes extra room to stop, according to a new report from the Transportation Department’s inspector general.

Conserve Energy’ is Spring-Ford’s new mantra (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
Turn the power off. That’s the new mantra in the Spring-Ford Area School District to conserve energy and lessen its impact on the environment.

PAC-10 to hold inaugural Senior Games (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
Although the league’s three remaining teams in the PIAA playoffs were bounced out of their respective drives for a state title last weekend, some of the best girls and boys from around the PAC-10 will be line up again for the inaugural Pioneer Athletic Conference Senior Games.

Grant could fund Royersford skate park (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
Councilman Bruce Burns said that at council s next regular meeting Tuesday he ll be asking for permission to apply for a grant that could help fund much of a proposed skate park.

County Bar Association earns honors at conference (The Reporter, Lansdale PA)
The Pennsylvania Bar Association presented three County Bar Recognition Awards to the Montgomery Bar Association during the 43rd Annual Seminar of the Conference of County Bar Leaders.

Children’s Internet safety is made top priority in Spring-Ford School District (Philly.com)
The Spring-Ford Area School District is planning several presentations for parents who want to learn more about Internet safety.

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