The Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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Ursinus honors longtime supporter of college’s art heritage (The Inquirer, Philadelphia PA)
Ursinus College will grant Bucks County artist George Anthonisen an honorary degree for sculpting artistic history at the school.

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Mini-Relay involves students in fight for cancer cure (Reporter-Item)
Students at Blessed Teresa of Calcutta school in Limerick gathered May 29, on the eve of the main Relay for Life of Pottstown event, to hold their own miniature version of the event and to celebrate raising more than $2,000 toward the Relay for Life’s goal of $1.1 million in 2009.

Store near Spring-Ford schools raided for drug items (Reporter-Item)
Drinks and snacks weren’t the only things being sold out of a Royersford convenience store, according to authorities who also uncovered convenience to drug paraphernalia.

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