There’s news that’s local, and news that’s just not local enough.

News that’s local – having to do with or in Limerick (PA) Township – is regularly reported here. News that’s just not local enough may happen nearby, and may be of interest to readers, but is not something on which The Limerick Post would normally report. Because The Post doesn’t want you to miss out, though, good stuff that’s just not local enough is nonetheless listed below.

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Revolutionary War forum scheduled (Marine Corps Times)
The lives and times of soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War will be the subject of a forum scheduled for the last weekend in March. The two-day symposium, titled “Lock, Stock and Barrel,” will take place in King of Prussia PA on March 27-29 (2009).

Andrew Aquilante to Race Phoenix Performance Z51 Corvette in World Challenge GT at Sebring (The Auto Channel)
Phoenix Performance Inc. of Phoenixville PA and driver Andrew Aquilante will debut a 2008 C6 Z51 Corvette in the SCCA Pro Racing SPEED World Challenge GT race at Sebring FL International Raceway on March 20 (2009; Friday).

PA delegation brings home the bacon (
The pork-hating public may be squealing about all the federal spending bills, but who could argue Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation isn’t bringing home its share of the bacon? Here’s what lawmakers secured for projects in the Philadelphia area, including Montgomery County (PA) under the $410 billion FY 2009 omnibus appropriations bill signed by President Obama.

Montco firm accused of shorting benefits (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA)
A Montgomery County employee-benefits firm has been sued by the U.S. Labor Department for allegedly failing to pay full death benefits to families whose loved ones died and were participants in benefit plans.

Property owner plots solar farm (Daily News, Lebanon PA)
A King of Prussia PA firm is working with a South Annville (PA) Township resident to build a three-megawatt solar farm on his 70-acre property.