20090610-LookingWest100px-ZlomekThese stories, which may be of interest to readers of The Limerick Post, appeared exclusively between July 5 (2009; Sunday) and July 11 (2009; Saturday) in its companion publications, The Sanatoga Post and The Pottstown Post:

Saturday, July 11

  • Keep Healthy This Week
    A weekly review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.
  • Lucky Dogs Fly Free From North Carolina To Pottstown
    It’s a 500-mile trip, one way, from Bladen County NC to Montgomery County PA. Seven furry passengers made it this week, en route to what is hoped are new homes.

Friday, July 10

Thursday, July 9

  • Road Repair Not As Simple As It Seems
    A Lower Pottsgrove legal notice lists what the township needs from interested bidders to fix some highways. It’s 12 items long.
  • Stuff To Do This Weekend
    Flour milling and ice cream making (yummy!). Bug exploring (yucky!) and guitar peddling (groovy!). Pie baking and poetry. Going batty (literally), and three different free musical concerts. Something for everyone.
  • Diener Candidacy Challenge Postponed
    A hearing on whether the Lower Pottsgrove constable should remain in office was delayed until later this summer.

Wednesday, July 8

  • Signed Law Helps Prevent THP-Like Problems
    A bill that takes effect in 60 days won’t help current problems with escrow money tied up in the purchase of TH Properties’ homes, but it may help future buyers avoid some heartache.
  • Big Win Not A Quick Financial Fix, Study Shows
    New research announced Tuesday indicates many people who won more than $10,000 in a lottery game couldn’t handle the money well. About 5 percent of those studied filed for bankruptcy within 5 years.

Tuesday, July 7

  • Details Are In That Pesky Paperwork
    Lower Pottsgrove commissioners officially recognize PennDOT paid for, and didn’t just take, rights to a property it will use while rebuilding the East High Street bridge.

Monday, July 6

  • Temporary PennDOT Easement On Agenda
    Lower Pottsgrove’s Board of Commissioners holds the first of its two monthly meetings tonight.
  • What They Sold For
    A weekly review of top prices paid for homes in Lower Pottsgrove and surrounding municipalities.
  • Pottsgrove’s Schurr Crowned Homecoming Queen
    High school grad Gabby Schurr raised the most money to benefit Pottstown’s Fourth of July activities, and was crowned the Independence Day homecoming queen Friday night.
  • Keep Healthy This Week
    A review of free or low-cost local seminars, support groups, screenings, tests and clinics to help you stay healthy and fit, sponsored or conducted by community health care organizations.

Sunday, July 5

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