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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Next Month With The Homeschoolers (The Sanatoga Post, Sanatoga PA)
Time to clean out supply closets and bookshelves. Anything no longer being used by one home-schooler may be valuable to another during their April meeting.

10th Basket Party For Y’s 100th Year (The Sanatoga Post, Sanatoga PA)
The non-profit organization that teaches adults to read at classrooms in Sanatoga (and sponsors other family services as well) observes its 100th year with an increasingly successful fundraiser.

More Tax Delinquency Now, State Says (The Sanatoga Post, Sanatoga PA)
Thirteen Montgomery County businesses, some of them familiar to customers and clients here, are among 225 firms the state claims haven’t paid what they owe.

FAA: Upland Square may obstruct flight path (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
The developers of the massive Upland Square Shopping Center, in West Pottsgrove (PA) Township off Route 100, are contesting a finding by the Federal Aviation Administration that two of the buildings planned for the 700,000-square-foot project could interfere with the aerial approach to Pottstown Municipal Airport.

College helps recycled dresses meet prom goers (The Mercury, Pottstown PA)
For high school senior girls, shopping for prom dresses can be the highlight of the year. But it can also be time-consuming and expensive. Montgomery County Community College’s fourth annual prom dress drive will help area girls get through the prom without a financial worry, by giving away gently used prom dresses on Monday and Wednesday.

Graterford Prison Plans Unveiled (Daily Local News, West Chester PA)
State officials have unveiled plans for two new prisons to replace Graterford State Prison in Skippack, the largest maximum-security prison in Pennsylvania.

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