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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Brandolini’s Providence Town Center slows its pace (Business Journal, Philadelphia PA)
Brandolini Cos., developer of a $200 million lifestyle center off routes 422 and 29 in Collegeville, has revamped its original plans for the project in response to the tough economic climate.

In the fight against cancer, a 17-year-old makes her mark (TMCnet.com)
A 17-year-old Philadelphia School District student who has already published an important paper on cancer research displays her work today (April 1, 2009) in competition at the Delaware Valley Science Fairs, at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, in Oaks, Montgomery County.

Aztec planning move to York (York Daily Record, York PA)
Aztec Solar Power, a solar applications manufacturer based in King of Prussia PA, is planning to open a plant in York PA, a company official said Monday (March 30, 2009).

New Wegmans store attracts loads of applicants (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA)
When the salon where she styled hair closed this month, Leslie Kriebel, who also drives a school bus and prepares meals as a personal chef, decided the time had come to do something different. So she applied for work at Wegmans, the premium supermarket chain, which has 550 job openings at a store it will open in Collegeville in October.

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