20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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Blessed Teresa secures sewer capacity (WhatsThe422.com)
Blessed Teresa Calcutta Church & School recently purchased sewer capacity from Limerick Township. The school opened this past September at Swamp Pike and Neiffer Road.

Stop sign coming to Sunset & Heffner roads (WhatsThe422.com)
The Limerick of Supervisors unanimously approved a new three-way stop sign at Sunset and Heffner roads during Thursday’s meeting.

LCB cites Lakeside Inn for failure to pay $50,000 in taxes (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)
Less than a week after investigators announced no criminal charges will be filed against the owner of the Lakeside Inn, the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement announced the establishment is being cited for failure to pay more than $50,000 in taxes.

Spring City man waives hearing on homicide charges (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)
A 25-year-old Spring City man must answer to charges in Montgomery County Court that he was drunk and speeding when he crashed a van into a tree in Upper Providence, killing his friend, who was a passenger in the vehicle.

Spring-Ford excel past state requirements for PSSA testing (The Phoenix, Phoenixville PA)
Spring-Ford Area School District students scored well above the state’s requirements for reading and math proficiency on the 2008-09 Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA), and in many grade levels reached extremely high levels of achievement on the standardized test that students are required to take each year.

KI pills protect the thyroid in a nuclear incident (WHYY-FM, Philadelphia PA)
If you live near a Pennsylvania nuclear power plant, you should get your pills. The anti-radiation pills the Health Department distributed in 2002 have expired.

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