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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Quarry Owner Develops Near Lebanon (The Sanatoga Post, Sanatoga PA)
H&K Group, the Skippack PA-based family of construction, mining and development companies, wants to build a 643-unit residential community and combination hotel and water park resort in Cornwall PA, about 6 miles south of Lebanon.

Club Revive Dance Cancelled, Or Just Moved? (The Sanatoga Post, Sanatoga PA)
There are questions today (Friday, March 20, 2009) over whether the Club Revive dances popular with those under age 21 and, until this week, held at Sanatoga PA’s Sunnybrook Ballroom, have been temporarily canceled or simply relocated.

Pa. Babe Ruth moves site of state tourney for 13-year-olds (The Sentinel, Lewistown PA)
The 2009 state tournament for 13-year-olds in Pennsylvania’s Babe Ruth Baseball League, orginally scheduled to be held in Hazleton PA, has been moved to Phoenixville PA, the league president announced Thursday.

City Panel Turns to Murals (The Times Observer, Warren PA)
The Warren (PA) City Planning Commission continued to work this week on tweaking its current signage ordinance, in part by examining sign ordinances used in Pottstown PA and Coudersport PA.

AETA Announces Host Hotel for August 2009 trade fair (The Equestrian Magazine)
The American Equestrian Trade Association, which will hold its annual trade fair Aug. 15–17 (2009) at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks PA, announced it had selected the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge, located in King of Prussia PA, as its host hotel.

PSEG Nuclear to seek license extensions for three plants (Today’s Sunbeam, Salem County NJ)
A special team from Exelon Corp. will help PSEG Nuclear through the process of applying to add an additional 20 years to the operating licenses of PSEG’s three nuclear power plants in southern New Jersey.

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